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Morton Kellas


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Chazy, NY, Zephyrhills, Fl USA 1
Post  Posted 22 Dec 2018 1:55 pm    
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Great condition Emmon's single coil pickup with 11" leads. This pickup shows 20.5 ohm's on my meter.

Sold
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David Higginbotham


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Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA
Post  Posted 22 Dec 2018 2:14 pm    
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Morton,
If no one else committed please consider it sold. Dr. Glassman is needing one in that range so if he still needs it then it’s his. If he doesn’t I will purchase and pay you for it. My intention obviously is to reserve it for him and make sure you have a sale.
Thanks,
Dave
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Tony Glassman


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The Great Northwest
Post  Posted 22 Dec 2018 3:20 pm    
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Thanks a bunch David. I appreciate you interceding on my behalf

Morton, I will take the pickup. Will PayPal work? If so send me your account info. If not, I can pay funds by whatever means you prefer.
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Tony Glassman


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The Great Northwest
Post  Posted 22 Dec 2018 3:23 pm    
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Oops....I just re-read the post. Morton, I can send you a money order, once you provide me with your address.
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