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July 01, 2011, 06:15:36 PM
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Edit January 5th 2013:

I have become desperate to sell my guitar. Somewhat sadly I do not wish to sell it, it was pretty much a lifelong dream for me to own a SG. Well there it is. I'm cutting the price from 100 bitcoins for the guitar and 110 for the amp to 80 for each. The Java boost too, will lower the price to 30 bitcoins.

Please buy my Guitar, it is in new condition.

OP below:

For Sale:

1x Gibson SG Standard (2008) -- As New condition (I didn't even peel off the plastic pickguard cover). Original case, etc. will be boxed and shipped by a major guitar store in the city over. You will get a tracking number and insurance. It's black (ebony). MSRP $1400, will sell for 100 bitcoins + shipping.

Also for sale: Hughes and Kettner Dual EL84 Statesman. MSRP $1600, will sell for 110 bitcoins + shipping. I'll throw in a new set of tubes too. Gold pin JJs or something.

I've been looking to sell these for a while now, the price I am asking for is pretty good considering this is top of the line gear, but I'm willing to accept a decent offer. So make one Smiley

p.s. I have an original handmade Keely Java Boost with serial number 4 & signed letter from robert keely talking about it. Will sell for 50 bitcoins + shipping OBO.
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July 02, 2011, 03:46:39 AM
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Is this THE Gibson? Wink

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November 19, 2012, 04:46:42 PM
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I'd really like to sell this stuff, as I need to sell it to pay off some bitcoin debts. Make an offer! It is top quality gear in excellent condition.

Photos, videos, etc. will be provided to any interested buyer.
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January 06, 2013, 11:14:33 AM
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January 5th 2013 update:

I have become even more desperate to sell my guitar. Somewhat sadly I do not wish to sell it, especially at this price, but I feel I must. It was pretty much a lifelong dream for me to own a SG. Well there it is. I'm cutting the price from 100 bitcoins for the guitar and 110 for the amp to 80 for each. The original first-run handwired Java boost too, I lower the price to 30 bitcoins.

Please buy my Guitar & Amp, it is in new condition. Ships from Asia in the original box.
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January 25, 2013, 06:55:06 PM
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"I'm lucky in that it does not take a lot of time to operate this fund. I'm already a silver stacker. I already have a safety deposit box at the bank with gold and silver in it."

Is this no doubt significant pile of bulion acquired from the proceeds of selling your guitar or from the advance against future pay at your place of virtual employment?

ouch

The guitar was put up for sale on July 1st, 2011 (see OP) and has nothing to do with SILVER.

Further, it was not 'sold' but placed as collateral in a private business transaction. Of course, this wasn't announced because it was a private business transaction. But for the record the guitar is no longer for sale. I don't blame you for not being aware of this because you didn't ask and it doesn't concern you. But since you asked, no, the guitar has nothing to do with SILVER. It's leaning against my wall right now.

Second, I'm not sure what you mean by the "advance against future pay at your place of virtual employment". There's too many assumptions here to enable an answer without exception. Could you please be more clear?
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