Cat 303 for sale


Cat 303 for sale.

I'm in Texas and I want to do this swap. I'm looking for a 303 or a similar one. I have a 300bls or a 325bls already.

Do you have a 303, please post your asking price. What you have yours for, if you have the 300bls or the 325bls and if you are local to me. I'm in south texas so I am near Houston.

I am in South Florida. There is a vintage shop in Coral Gables about 3 minutes from my house. It has a bunch of guitars that I have been looking at. I really like my '54 Gibson ES-125C and bought it recently.

It's worth noting that I'm not looking for much, I just want to swap heads and see what this one is like.

If you have a guitar avlable that you are willing to trade for mine, let me know and we can arrange the detls.

I have a V-34 that I'd be willing to swap. If you are interested, let me know what you have to offer. I also have a '56 Les Paul Junior to sell. I just can't let it go yet. I've been searching for a guitar just like it for over two years.

The guitar shop I was at had a guy sell a "50s reissue" strat that sounded great. Just curious...

Did the other person post an asking price? If so I think it would be a little hard to find a deal at the price they quoted... I like that guitar myself... I like the old '50s reissue' look myself.. I think it is a great guitar and I like the low action and the good feel of the guitar. I would be more than willing to pay more for it than what the person who was selling it would get for it.. Even though I am no expert at guitars I have looked at the V34's that I have in the past and I think they have some serious potential...

I think that the V-34 is a really good guitar in a vintage, high quality, and easy to play, shape. They just look very cool. I could see people falling in love with them, but they don't command the kind of prices that Gibson guitars command. My one in the "vintage shop" had an asking price of $4K and I know they were sold for $7-8K.

It's not impossible to find V-34s in good condition, so I think if you like the guitar, it might be worth a try. Just know that the "high-end" dealers do sometimes have to mark things up to get them sold.

Thanks. I did look through their web page and was surprised to see their prices in terms of 'original retl'. So, even though I was trying to sell it as a used guitar, their value on their site was so much more than what I thought it was worth. Their website didn't really say how to contact them though, so I figured I would ask you guys before I go calling them.

I've heard people say they do some good deals. My fear was that the guy who listed it might not be a good person to deal with, since he was so eager to get rid of the guitar that he didn't care if he got a good deal.

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If you like the V-34, you might try eBay, but be sure to check out the condition of the guitar as you do.

I did look through their web page and was surprised to see their prices in terms of 'original retl'. So, even though I was trying to sell it as a used guitar, their value on their site was so much more than what I thought it was worth. Their website didn't really say how to contact them though, so I figured I would ask you guys before I go calling them.

I've heard people say they do some good deals. My fear was that the guy who listed it might not be a good person to deal with, since he was so eager to get rid of the guitar that he didn't care if he got a good deal.

If you are lucky, he will ask if you can ship it to him if you can not pay for it. You may or may not have to pay for shipping, depending on how much work you want to do to it.

You will probably end up spending anywhere from $20 to $50 per shipping of the guitar. The shipping company you use should be able to send it to him for free.

I don't know if it is a new or old guitar, but it should be in good condition. It doesn't matter so much as to what condition it is in. You may want to save it for a few years so you can get a better deal on a new one.

So, let us know how it turns out. If you end up getting $100 out of it, then you will get some serious discounts if you decide to keep it around a year or two.

I have seen guitar websites for the last 8 years where they use old stock photos and put a list price of something that makes you wonder. These "used" listings on ebay are often a lot higher than you would expect. I'd be willing to bet this is your guitar. If you just want to have it for display purposes, then this could be the best deal. I got a good deal out of a guitar I was looking at in a shop when I was in college. I got to use the shop as my own personal guitar practice room.

As far as how to tell it's a new or old one, all the stuff he told you is how I would do it. This guitar is about 9 years old and the neck has been in a lot of wear and tear and it's a hard-tl, which is why it's only worth $65.00 now. But, I got a deal of $100 and I am keeping it for a long time. So I did not mind selling it for a lower price now. I would have been happy to keep it for $65 for the rest of my life, but now I get to have it and put it to good use.

So if the guy really wants to pay for shipping, why not sell it to him for $25 and see if he wants to pay for it

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