Prevent guitar theft

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Prevent guitar theft

Postby Smitty » Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:09 pm

Here's a way to protect your expensive investment =

http://tinyurl.com/2g6b9qv

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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby Vidar Lund » Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:18 am

Here are examples of less expensive investments, Chinese guitars. Get ten for the price of one.
http://www.tradetang.com/ppc/ppc_brand- ... 3godQRH1fw
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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby RonBloor » Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:47 pm

Vidar Lund wrote:Here are examples of less expensive investments, Chinese guitars. Get ten for the price of one.
http://www.tradetang.com/ppc/ppc_brand- ... 3godQRH1fw

Those TradeTang people must have paid a lot of money to have there ads popping up... I bet it is on half the screens that I hit while surfing the net.. I'm getting pretty sick of their ads for cheap (and illegal) copies of guitars. Just my humble opinion..
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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby tyguy » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:17 pm

That Chinese '59 LP looks good!Everybody should being taking off truss rod covers and check truss rod(it's an L wrench truss rod not Gibby brass nut).They're gettin' better every day with their forgeries(should not be allowed in country).These gits would fool a lot of people.My son just bought a real '60 VOS($$'s)and I'd like to see if I could fool him with a Chinese one but I won't 'cause we shouldn't allow them in country.As far as that lock,I can see someone yanking on the chain and ruining the neck on a good git.I'd rather it be stolen in good condition.If the instrument is not with you at all times there's no way to prevent theft and in the chain lock case major damage.It's not a bicycle. The best, Ty M.
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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby Vidar Lund » Wed Oct 27, 2010 3:38 pm

Talk about cheating. It says Setzer Nashville and has a White Falcon pickguard with GRETSCH on it, and it has a "real" Bigsby!
http://www.tradetang.com/for-sale/2010_ ... 68142.html
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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby tyguy » Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:29 pm

tyguy wrote:That Chinese '59 LP looks good!Everybody should being taking off truss rod covers and check truss rod(it's an L wrench truss rod not Gibby brass nut).They're gettin' better every day with their forgeries(should not be allowed in country).These gits would fool a lot of people.My son just bought a real '60 VOS($$'s)and I'd like to see if I could fool him with a Chinese one but I won't 'cause we shouldn't allow them in country.As far as that lock,I can see someone yanking on the chain and ruining the neck on a good git.I'd rather it be stolen in good condition.If the instrument is not with you at all times there's no way to prevent theft and in the chain lock case major damage.It's not a bicycle. The best, Ty M.

Even has the clear Gibson stickers on the pups and made in USA all over the place!
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Re: Prevent guitar theft

Postby Gary Smith » Fri Oct 29, 2010 3:45 pm

their ad shows the guitar attached to an amp, might as well steal the amp too.
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