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Jim Hollingsworth


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Way out West
Post  Posted 1 May 2019 6:48 pm    
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ttt
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 8 May 2019 11:33 am    
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yet again..... TTT
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 14 May 2019 5:11 am    
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Trr
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Nicholas Scott


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Norfolk, VA USA
Post  Posted 14 May 2019 5:45 am    
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Shocked this hasn't sold Jim. If I could get rid of my Sierra S10 and my Excel D10, I'd snag it up. That Ritt is enough guitar that I wouldn't need those anymore. Good Luck! Beautiful Guitar!
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 18 May 2019 7:06 pm    
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Hi Nicholas, I am shocked as well. But my deadline is a few months out and I have to get the cash ready when Gary has my new Ritt Prestige done. I have dropped the price to $4k which is as low as I can go. If it doesn't sell I will have to cancel my order ....which I really don't want to do. And besides... this is a killer guitar at any price.

If any readers have questions feel free to contact me.


Jim
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 28 May 2019 7:19 pm    
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up
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 31 May 2019 6:01 pm    
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up up & away.....
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 8 Jun 2019 9:18 am    
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???
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Johnie King


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Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 8 Jun 2019 9:55 am    
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Someone’s missing out on a great steel.
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Way out West
Post  Posted 15 Jun 2019 6:13 am    
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Uppers
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Way out West
Post  Posted 27 Jun 2019 10:09 am    
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cheaper still......
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Jim Morris


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 12:32 pm    
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I may have missed it, but do you have the copedent posted anywhere?
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Jim Morris


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 12:34 pm    
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Oh I just saw, Paul's setup and I saw the copedent you posted.

Are rittenbwrrys hard to change the copedent on?
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 12:41 pm    
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Hi Jim,
Nope, they are like any other modern all pull guitar. Piece of cake.
Any particular changes you are concerned about?

Jim
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Jim Morris


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 12:51 pm    
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The raising 6 yo B has always baffled me, lol.... I'd have to change that one for sure and also I dont like lowering 6 with the 1&2 raise, I raise 7 there and lower 6 by itself on my vertical. Seems like your guitar has the dame lever and pedals mine did for E9th (4 pedals and 6 levers).

As far as C6 goes. I have no experience yet so as close to buddy's setup (Paul teccomends for beginners on C6th) or Paul's is good for me since I'm a student of the method.

The E9th setup is the only thing that concerns me and I'll tell you why; I'm not mechanically inclined. I tried to change something on my Justice and ended up sending it to Fred later on to get re setup and adjusted.... I've only been playing about 2 years.
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Jim Morris


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 12:52 pm    
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I'm very seriously pondering it brother.
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 28 Jun 2019 4:50 pm    
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Hi Jim,
The E9 is set up basically along the lines of Buddie E's set up except I added
Paul's B's to A lower. Aside from that it is pure Emmons. It'd be easy to set to LKV to Bb and take the LKL (inside) off until you come up with a plan for it.
The guitar is easy to work on. And if you don't want to use a change all you need to do is back off the nylon tuner to disengage. Or just pull any unused items off. My new Ritt Prestige will be the exact same setup except I may not add the pedal 9..... we shall see.


Jim
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Bill Edwards


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Centerton, AR
Post  Posted 29 Jun 2019 3:13 am    
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Just curious how old the guitar is thanks
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 29 Jun 2019 7:54 am    
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Late 2010
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Nicholas Scott


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Norfolk, VA USA
Post  Posted 1 Jul 2019 5:38 am    
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Hey Jim,

How much does this guitar weigh in the case?
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Way out West
Post  Posted 1 Jul 2019 1:21 pm    
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Hi Nicholas,
The Ritt in it's case weighs in at 66 lbs. The case itself is is very good condition - no tear or breaks whatsoever. And that weight is pretty light for a fully loaded guitar. My stripped down push pull (8 x4) weighs in at two pounds less.


Jim
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Post  Posted 10 Jul 2019 5:48 pm    
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Still hoping to find a home......
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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 11 Jul 2019 6:00 am    
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I am TOTALLY Baffled as to why you still have this beautiful guitar at a GREAT price.
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Jim Hollingsworth


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Way out West
Post  Posted 11 Jul 2019 7:55 pm    
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Sun spots? Smile

jim
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Jim Cooley


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The 'Ville, Texas, USA
Post  Posted 12 Jul 2019 10:57 am    
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The day(s) the earth stood still? There's no way this steel hasn't sold. Is there?
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