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Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby jwl325 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:34 pm

If moving doesn't do anything else, it makes you re-look at stuff you've been hauling around for a while that you no longer need....

I've got some string sets, still in their cases, from when I had my 325 collection and was experimenting with strings.

1 set Pyramid Gold, 13-52

2 sets Thomastik-Infeld Jazz/Swing Flats, 12-.50

4 sets Thomastik-Infeld Vienna George Benson Jazz strings: 12-53.

My wuss fingers don't care for anything heavier than 11s, and I sold off the 325s, so I'd like these to go to someone who can enjoy them

PM me, first come, first serve, I don't mind splitting up the mailings. Include your mailing address in the PM.

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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby bassbob » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:05 pm

That's a very generous offering Bill. I don't do flats, but I think it's great of you to send these guys off to someone who will use them.
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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby jwl325 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:17 pm

De nada Bob, but thanks for the kind words. Sadly, I guess not many others like flats either....funny, I love the damn things, but I tend to use 10s and 11s in the guitars I currently own.

Maybe they help hide my playing sins, LOL....
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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby bassbob » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:42 pm

I guess I'm rather shocked none of those Ric players over on the other side are interested.
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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby bassbob » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:44 pm

By the way, all my guitars are set up with 11s or 12s. Just, not flats. :)
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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby jwl325 » Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:51 pm

I offered them here first Bob. Since there're no takers, I'll post them elsewhere I suppose.

Or I could use the fact that I own the strings to justify buying a 325... :lol: :lol:
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Re: Some strings, free to a good home!

Postby bassbob » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:58 am

Well, in my mind you have little choice but to buy another 325. :)

Very kind of you to offer them up here first Bill. I appreciate it and I'm sure all the other guys do too. ;)

Bet they don't last 10 minutes "Elsewhere". lol
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