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telecrater  
22 Mar 2008 09:57 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
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So, I just accepted a job offer about 1000 miles away, more money and better climate.

I have been toying with selling all my guitars and buying something different for some time. Since I'll be moving so far away I was thinking this would be a good opportunity to do that.

I wanted to know if anyone else has ever sold all there guitars for new, and if they ever had any regrets doing so?
Doz  
22 Mar 2008 10:20 | Quote
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I never have... but I've heard stories of people who sell stuff they like kicking themselves. But I guess that's when they buy really expensive of boutique instruments and sell them.

If you plan what you're going to get it shouldn't be a problem.
Guitarslinger124  
22 Mar 2008 18:26 | Quote
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i would never sell my guitars! i'm way too attached to them.
telecrater  
22 Mar 2008 19:54 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
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I'm going to keep my Acoustic(I have never found another guitar any price that sounds this good). This moving this is going to be rough. I start in 3 weeks but i also have a family who wants to finish up with school before moving, and a house to sell.
Doz  
22 Mar 2008 22:19 | Quote
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Good luck with everything, and let us know how things are going.
deefa  
23 Mar 2008 06:47 | Quote
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It's often a good idea to leave 'valuables' with relatives or close friends 'till you've completed the move. Insurance is no consolation when something you really love goes missing.
Good luck!
telecrater  
23 Mar 2008 10:45 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
United States
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My thing is I'm not all that attached to any of them anymore. They are all cheap under $300 guitars so they are also not too valuable.

I put every thing on craigslist last night and I've already gotten some interest.
goodtunes  
23 Mar 2008 21:13 | Quote
Joined: 09 Feb 2008
United States
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congrats on the new job telecrater. which city you end up in? and moving is gonna be rough that always sucks. but i think you might enjoy starting over from scratch on your collection.
telecrater  
24 Mar 2008 20:06 | Quote
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Thanks Goodtunes!!! I heading to San Antonio, I live in Des Moines Iowa now and till be trucking 1000 miles south. I'm pretty excited about this new adventure, and the substantial pay increase. :)
les_paul  
24 Mar 2008 20:09 | Quote
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I have an uncle in San Antonio.
goodtunes  
24 Mar 2008 20:11 | Quote
Joined: 09 Feb 2008
United States
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kewl i was thinking again about your move and i tell ya i moved awhile back but only into the next county just 20 miles and i made so many trips. i feel for ya cause you can only make one. and btw way dont let us texans mess with you too much. only for sure advice i can give you is to not pull an ozzy ozborne and piss on the almao. that didnt go over to well at all. he wasnt even allowed to play in texas for about 15 years!!!!!
Notim  
24 Mar 2008 20:21 | Quote
Joined: 08 Dec 2007
United States
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Tele Congrats on the job bro!They woundnt have gave it to you if you sucked!!! I know not subtle but real, You will Rock, Been there freind , My advice is to leave the long legged blondes behind and find new ones.........LMAO, If you need some let me know!!! I"ll send them to you.....Take care Bro..........Crazy


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