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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 9 Jun 2021 2:14 pm    
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I am looking to sell or trade my Jackson Maverick HD. It's a great player and I've had it just over a year. It's never been gigged and only set up for practice in my bedroom. It sounds and plays great. Stays in tune well and would make a fine first steel for someone, or something light to gig around with. It has a nice carpeted case with a leather leg bag. The only reason I'm looking to sell is for money toward a good D-10. I bought directly from the factory and am the only owner. Smoke free home. I'd like to get $1800 or a good trade offer plus some cash on my end, but am willing to negotiate on price. They start at $2400 new, and this guitar is as close to factory new that you can get from a private sale. Don't be afraid to offer up a trade or a money offer. The worst I can say is no. Thanks for looking!













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Steve Goodson

 

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South Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 10 Jun 2021 1:03 pm     Jackson Maverick
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Would you be interested in a Marlen D-10 8 & 5 built in 1980?
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Ben Erhart


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Post  Posted 10 Jun 2021 2:42 pm    
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I just bought one of these that was made last year a few months ago, and I just have to say, someone is going to get one hell of a steel at a great price. Don’t sleep on this one
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Nick Fryer


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Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 2:51 am    
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Email sent w question.
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Britt Newsome

 

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Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 4:28 am    
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Email sent with offer
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Britt Newsome

 

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Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 5:55 am    
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Britt Newsome wrote:
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Will hold off on this purchase. Sorry for the false start!
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 6:35 am     Re: Jackson Maverick
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Steve Goodson wrote:
Would you be interested in a Marlen D-10 8 & 5 built in 1980?
Very Possible. If you want to send me a PM with some pictures, that'd be great.
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 6:38 am    
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Britt Newsome wrote:
Britt Newsome wrote:
Email sent with offer


Will hold off on this purchase. Sorry for the false start!


That's OK man! Not a problem.
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 6:43 am     Re: Jackson Maverick
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Steve Goodson wrote:
Would you be interested in a Marlen D-10 8 & 5 built in 1980?


Yes I would. I sent you a PM
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 6:44 am    
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Ben Erhart wrote:
I just bought one of these that was made last year a few months ago, and I just have to say, someone is going to get one hell of a steel at a great price. Don’t sleep on this one


I was surprised with how great the quality was myself! They are sweet guitars. Thanks!
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Ricky Davis


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Buda, Texas USA
Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 7:34 am    
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WOW; look at the diameter of that Changer Axle?? I bet this sounds like a million bucks!!! and my good friend/sho-bud machinist, Michael Yahl made those keyheads and much more help for the Jackson Steels.....VERY NICE!!!
Ricky
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 2:26 pm    
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Ricky Davis wrote:
WOW; look at the diameter of that Changer Axle?? I bet this sounds like a million bucks!!! and my good friend/sho-bud machinist, Michael Yahl made those keyheads and much more help for the Jackson Steels.....VERY NICE!!!
Ricky


This is just an awesome machine, Ricky, and the tone is top of the line! If I had the money outright for a D-10, I'd never sell this one. I understand that Mr. Yahl is one of the most respected if not the most respected in the business with machining new and repro parts. I can definitely see why!
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Ricky Davis


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Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 5:47 pm    
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I understand that Mr. Yahl is one of the most respected if not the most respected in the business with machining new and repro parts. I can definitely see why!

Yes indeed he is Michael. He is all and only one I use for EVERYTHING Sho~bud; as I'm still restoring/refurbishing at least 25 a year; and Mr. Yahl always comes through with the most outstanding stuff far beyond all my machinists before him(Duane marrs; John coop; James Moorehead and may all of them RIP
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Danny Sherbon


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San Angelo, TX
Post  Posted 11 Jun 2021 7:18 pm     Trade
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Message sent
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Gordon Hartin

 

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Durham, NC
Post  Posted 12 Jun 2021 7:20 am    
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Hey Mike,

Where in NC are you, i'm in Durham.

gordon
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Mike DiAlesandro


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Kent, Ohio
Post  Posted 12 Jun 2021 9:01 am    
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Ricky Davis wrote:
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I understand that Mr. Yahl is one of the most respected if not the most respected in the business with machining new and repro parts. I can definitely see why!

Yes indeed he is Michael. He is all and only one I use for EVERYTHING Sho~bud; as I'm still restoring/refurbishing at least 25 a year; and Mr. Yahl always comes through with the most outstanding stuff far beyond all my machinists before him(Duane marrs; John coop; James Moorehead and may all of them RIP


Ricky,

Michael Yahl is a professional machinist, and his parts are A1, I agree. Gotta say, I stumbled across a Super Pro with Coop fingers on the E9th neck, and the tone difference from the stock changer is quite noticeable. I think all the machinists that you mentioned did some outstanding work as well, and for some, it wasn’t there life career.

Thanks for being the Sho~Bud guru, its nice to have an expert around!

Mike D
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Rod Acuff

 

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Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 12 Jun 2021 7:00 pm    
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Still for sale
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Michael Jackson


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Post  Posted 14 Jun 2021 11:24 pm    
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Please Close. Traded.
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