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TreyDeschamp
post Jun 16 2014, 06:26 PM
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Hey guys,

So I randomly stumbled upon this amazing facebook group full of guitarists around the world that are buying, selling and trading guitars and guitar products. Not only that but I've found that often times very hard to come by instruments are there as well (Caparisons, Mayones, Daemoness, Blackmachine, Bernie Rico Jr., etc). A lot of them I've noticed are shipping internationally too.

Thought I'd share the link for any of you looking for a special axe or just looking to get rid of one.

You have to request to join if I'm not mistaken but check it out. It's definitely been worth it for me.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1384606591817152/


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Darius Wave
post Jun 17 2014, 10:09 AM
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Great share man smile.gif Yeah...World became smaller these days and shipping internationally is not a surprise now. Also...some expensive instruments are hard to sell in particular countires though...they go away quickly for international buyers smile.gif


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TreyDeschamp
post Jun 17 2014, 04:10 PM
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Great share man smile.gif Yeah...World became smaller these days and shipping internationally is not a surprise now. Also...some expensive instruments are hard to sell in particular countires though...they go away quickly for international buyers smile.gif


Yeah I know over on my end of the world it's hard to find a Caparison or a Mayonese guitar in your average shop so something like this is very useful.

I've also seen a lot of specialty and limited run guitars (the Ibanez puzzle-piece guitar from the 90s for example). It's pretty cool to see the things that pop up.


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