Posted 2017-03-01 2:08 PM (#533013 - in reply to #532995) Subject: Re: Consolidation Sale
Joined: August 2002 Posts: 8299
Yeah, thanks Al. It took me at least a half a second to get my credit card out when you announced you scored these. It is a fabulous guitar in every respect, and I've priced it accordingly. I really hope no one buys it, but if someone HAS to have it, I'll sadly let it go.
Posted 2017-03-01 5:40 PM (#533019 - in reply to #532995) Subject: Re: Consolidation Sale
Joined: March 2005 Posts: 12647
Location: Boise, Idaho
Of all the guitars that StandingOvation had at the time I met him, the John Lennon was the most tempting. I'd be interested if I didn't have a Patriot. I like the JL better, but mainly because I'm not in love with the fife and drum decal.
Posted 2017-03-29 11:36 AM (#533442 - in reply to #532995) Subject: Re: Consolidation Sale
Joined: March 2002 Posts: 15269
Woodrow, I"ve spent some time with the 07. A really wonderful guitar. I remember when I first saw one at the factory and wasn't that impressed. Then I played one. Wow. And Bobbo's is a Wow's Wow.......
Posted 2017-04-08 4:55 PM (#533591 - in reply to #532995) Subject: Re: Consolidation Sale
Joined: September 2005 Posts: 3490
Location: GATLINBURG TENNESSEE :)
You're right on that '07... I had a really nice one, and it played and sounded GREAT!... Just had to part with it when I had to do the big "downsize-thing"
I AM coveting the idea of that 1547. JUST coveting... I have LOTS of medical bills to pay off and chemo scheduled for the next two years.(1.5 Million Dollars worth of Drugs they tell me) It WOULD be nice to see some pictures of these beauties though. (Just sayin'