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Old 2006-04-24, 02:53
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Charvel model 4

I'm thinking about selling my Charvel model 4 and another guitar of mine to get some money to upgrade. I'm kinda curious how much somebody out there would pay for a guitar like this. Granted this isn't an auction, but obviously to plan right to get a Jackon Sl1 soloist, i need to anticipate out of pocket costs.

Its probably late 80s early 90s. its black and I bought it from guitar center (used obviously). Its missing one of the nut locks on the top of the fret board, and is missing the screw that goes around teh middle switch. This has never bothered me what so ever, as it stays in place, doesn't move and doesn't effect anything really at all. Also i lack a tremolo bar.. STILL. But i've been meaning to pick one up.

Its got some mild blemishes.. obviously for being over 10 years old, but by no means nothing major what so ever.

This thing wails, and plays hella nice.
I play this more than my 2000+ gibson, so i definately need to upgrade the quality of this "kind" of guitar.

I'll try to get some pics of it sometime here soon. I have a few but its of it hanging on the wall in the background. if you're might be interested.
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