So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Tone Bender MKI replica circa 2007.

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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by devnulljp » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:55 pm

CitizenAudio wrote:1500 dollars via 2nd hand prices would be a very good deal for one.
If I could find one for $1500 I'd jump so fast if would warp spacetime.
tigerdriver wrote:It would be pretty sweet if David did a run of MKIs for Colorsound...
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Post by redeyeflight » Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:58 pm

I have yet to see even one 1965 come up for sale secondhand in the past year or so. When they were for sale they were eBay auctions and very, very expensve they did go....Unobtainum.
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Scott » Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:04 pm

just get one of those BOSS metal zone pedals. They sound about the same. :bong2: Or something made by digitech! sweeeet! :party: :bong2:
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Bluesburst » Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:22 pm

CitizenAudio wrote: The answer is no you cannot get one nor anyone at present time.

1500 dollars via 2nd hand prices would be a very good deal for one.
Ow!!!

Me thinks I'll have to lurk, contribute and wait for a new run to be announced :bangs head:
Why not go out on a limb?... that's where all the fruit is!!!
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Post by Philip » Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:54 pm

Buy a JMI and have Dave service it!? :marx: :smashed:
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Bluesburst » Wed Jan 06, 2010 4:14 am

tigerdriver wrote:It would be pretty sweet if David did a run of MKIs for Colorsound...
+1 :tu: in red :tu: with gold script :tu: and cream chickenheads :tu:
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Cado » Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:21 pm

Sweet LP Bluesburst! Does the original gold paint show through the red? I can't tell from your avatar pic.
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Bluesburst » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:29 pm

Cado wrote:Sweet LP Bluesburst! Does the original gold paint show through the red? I can't tell from your avatar pic.

Thanks Cado, yes, she's a 2009 build 56 re-issue with a clear red coat over the top of the gold. Along the neck to body join, you can see a thin gold line where the masking was slightly off. There are also a few gold flecks on the back. Here are some shots of "Ruby"

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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by muffin man » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:34 pm

That LP is a beeyewty :badlove:
+100000000000000000000000000000000000 on the colorsound MK1 reissue :crackjam:
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Re: So how does one get in line for custom 1965???

Post by Cado » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:46 pm

Absolutely stunning Martin! For the rest of the day, I'll be hearing Hendrix's "One Rainy Wish" in my head. "Golden rose the color of a dream I had."
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