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jim flynn


From:
Salado,Texas
Post Posted 1 May 2017 9:23 am     Reply with quote

Selling this for customer, just to much guitar for him.
Very nice Day set up w/ E's on the left. 9 pedals 8 knees,2 are verticals. $3100.00 shipped conus only.





More pics to your email if requested.
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Glenn Suchan


From:
Austin, Texas
Post Posted 1 May 2017 10:36 am     Reply with quote

Jim, I had a Sierra S14 just like this one, except that it was 8p/7K. The tuners on this were the first version of Sierra's keyless design. Mine was built in 1983. I met Bill Stafford at the Texas Steel Convention some years back and he said it was likely that he built mine when he worked for Sierra. It's possible that he built your guitar, too. Anyway, mine was an excellent guitar with great tone and made for a great touring guitar, except for the weight.

Best wishes to both the buyer and the seller for a quick sale.

Keep on pickin'!
Glenn
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jim flynn


From:
Salado,Texas
Post Posted 1 May 2017 2:00 pm     thanks glen Reply with quote

Thanks for the info, It's quite a guitar.
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jim flynn


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Salado,Texas
Post Posted 13 May 2017 2:22 pm     to the top Reply with quote

TTT for a nice guitar.
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jim flynn


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Salado,Texas
Post Posted 18 May 2017 1:23 pm     ttt Reply with quote

bump for a great guitar.
For gosh sakes, you can remove 2 strings for an awesome U-12, or 4 strings for a killer E-9.
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Marty Broussard


From:
Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA
Post Posted 18 May 2017 3:03 pm     Reply with quote

Jim,
How many Raises/Lowers available on the changer?
Thks
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jim flynn


From:
Salado,Texas
Post Posted 19 May 2017 5:12 am     ??? Reply with quote

Looks like 3R and 2L ,
thanks, jim
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Will Cowell


From:
Cambridgeshire, UK
Post Posted 19 May 2017 6:07 am     Reply with quote

That is one beautiful steel, so nice to look at in white. My U14 keyless is blue, about the same vintage, also built by Bill Stafford. It's my long term project for when I get the courage to make the jump, but I will string it differently, remove the re-entrant feature and fit a variant of Zane King's E6/9 tuning.
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