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Larry Hobson


From:
Valley Grande (Selma) Al USA
Post Posted 3 Sep 2017 3:58 pm     Reply with quote

Contemplating selling my orig 1970 blond telecaster.Orig with no mods.Maple neck ,little to no wear on finish . This guitar has been under the bed since 1974. Can up load pictures later ,also don't know the value of it yet,still researching. Just recently decided to sell and wondering if there is any interest. Serial number on Big F- 4 screw plate is 285789.
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David Graves


From:
Indiana, USA
Post Posted 3 Sep 2017 9:01 pm     Tele Reply with quote

Larry, if you would send me some more info and pictures, Id sure like to see it. I might be interested.
Thank you very much. Challengercws@gmail.com
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Larry Hobson


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Valley Grande (Selma) Al USA
Post Posted 4 Sep 2017 8:20 am     1970 Fender Telecaster Reply with quote

Plan to post pictures soon.
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Larry Hobson


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Valley Grande (Selma) Al USA
Post Posted 4 Sep 2017 10:41 am     1970 Fender Telecaster Reply with quote













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Larry Hobson


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Valley Grande (Selma) Al USA
Post Posted 4 Sep 2017 1:48 pm     1970 Fender Telecaster Reply with quote

Still researching price because I have no clue yet.
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Doug Beaumier


From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 4 Sep 2017 2:27 pm     Reply with quote

Larry, check your email.
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Bob Carlucci


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Candor, New York, USA
Post Posted 6 Sep 2017 3:25 am     Reply with quote

Larry, I have emailed you some information that might be helpful... bob
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Jeff Wamble


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Missouri, USA
Post Posted 10 Sep 2017 1:48 pm     fender tele Reply with quote

sent you a pm sir
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Jeff Wamble


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Missouri, USA
Post Posted 11 Sep 2017 12:23 pm     Fender tele Reply with quote

Pm sent
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Robert Mayo


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Georgia, USA
Post Posted 15 Sep 2017 7:41 am     Reply with quote

PM sent....
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steve takacs


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beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 6:24 pm     Reply with quote

Larry, I also emailed you some info that could help you determine a fair price to you and the buyer .

Steve t
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steve takacs


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beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 6:36 pm     I sent another PM Reply with quote

Larry,
Check your. PMs and email again. I found the site for you .that will help

Steve t
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Dave St-Pierre


From:
Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 27 Sep 2017 2:37 pm     Reply with quote

After 3 and a half weeks, have you decided on an asking price?
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Jim Sliff


From:
Lawndale California, USA
Post Posted 29 Sep 2017 5:39 pm     Reply with quote

Do you have a Vintage Guitar Price Guide? That's probably your best starting point/reference tool. Carefully analyze it for originality (critically important when it comes to figuring price), not all finish wear, checking (if any) etc and factor those in.

In the picture of the side there's some wear - seems like an awful lot for 4 years' use - and what looks like overspray and a rectangular masked area. Is that a weird reflection? And the control plate looks corroded - is that correct or is it a reflection?

Vintage guitar sales normally require fewer closeups - instead, full-size pictures of top, back, each side (and generally the same for the headstock and neck) that can be "zoomed" are much more important - and they need to be in better focus so the finish and condition can be seen clearly. A detailed description really helps as well.

If you don't sell it here Reverb.com seems to be the best site for private party sales, especially with mid-priced vintage pieces like that.
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Jay Yuskaitis


From:
Massachusetts, USA
Post Posted 1 Oct 2017 2:13 pm     Reply with quote

Not very good pictures, they are indicative of the value apparently. A 1970? Hmm.
Jay Y.
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Jeff Wamble


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Missouri, USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 6:17 pm     Reply with quote

I snatched this beauty up today and it was and is everything Larry claimed! Absolutely love love this awesome guitar, and had the pleasure of meeting Larry and his lovely wife! Thank you Larry, I will treasure this guitar!
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