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Database TB3000 #15

Model:   TB3000
Type:   Wedge - Guitar
Body:   Finished Color
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #15
Date Purchased:   07/07/1977
Date Submitted:   05/31/2011
Last Modified:   05/31/2011

First Name:   Mark
Last Name:   N/A
Country:   United States

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Description

Description:   Black Wedge, with original Anvil Case. Played only a few months and has been in storage for 35 years. In perfect condition except finish issues. The foam in the case broke down and adhered itself to the finish. It costs $500 to refinish the guitar and $130 to have the case refoamed and plushed. This is an amazing instrument. It will undercut a Les Paul and Walk on top of a Strat. It's sound is the Cleanest and loudest with the widest Tonal range I have ever heard. It sustains like forever! It plays like the precision instrument it is. It has zero wear. It has a hot, modern, timeless classy look. I will sell. I would like to get a minimum of $10,000 for it.

Pot Codes:   19-7545 CM41472