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    I agree, that is really cool!! Id jam that thing!
    Never played a semi-hollow either so I share your curiousity on this one for sure!

    ....and look at you oogling over a black guitar!...hahahaha!!!
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    I'm actually considering this if they'd discount the price significantly. Plus, it has binding and gold hardware so it's not ALL black haha. Looks like an EC-1000 semi-hollow

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalchurch View Post
    ....and look at you oogling over a black guitar!...hahahaha!!!
    Haha! That's hilarious but also an excellent point! It shows how far lefty offerings have come in recent years!
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    Seems like a really solid price already, I've seen these ES at usually around 1200-1400-ish, but maybe they're different model numbers. I know there are some in red also.

    If they could drop the price any more I'd say definitely go for it.

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    Only issue, in my opinion, would be resale. I don't see this model as a hot commodity in case I don't fall in love with the hollow body design.*

    *not that anything is easy to sell these days

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    Like I told you yesterday, I think Im really wanting to get a black Gretsch Pro Jet. Idk why but for some reason it appeals to me. Of course ill swap out everything thats on it I’m sure, but it sure looks like a fun guitar that no one else has.
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    Black guitar? No, thanks!

    J/K. I would totally own the right black guitar, like a Teye or a Duesenberg

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