#1
There is a second hand MIJ Tele '72 Custom Reissue for sale going for $850 AUD.
I've heard MIJ fenders are really good quality but since they're not available over here in Australia I have no idea what the going rate is. What do you guys reckon? is $850AUD a good price?
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#2
Since MIJ have become notorious for their quality and something of a collectible, prices have gone up in recent years. And for a model like a Tele Custom, it isn't that unreasonable.
#3
all i know is, MIJ teles are sweet, the only teles ive ever liked where 72 thinline reissues.
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#4
I've also got a choice of buying a MIA Strat 50th Anniversary model 2005 for $1000 AUD. But I'm leaning more towards the MIJ Tele. Plus the strat has a horrible colour scheme... chrome blue with rosewood neck. Looks like a bloody toy rather than an instrument of rock.
Quote by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


CIJ 72 RE Custom Tele
Laney AOR Pro tube 30W
#6
Okay so he says its CIJ instead of MIJ, is there a big difference?

The serial number is P042647 if anyone knows how to find out things.
Quote by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


CIJ 72 RE Custom Tele
Laney AOR Pro tube 30W
#7
I believe that MIJ is usually labeled for guitars that will leave the country, and CIJ are guitars that are meant to be sold only in the Japanese market. That's what I've heard, but also I've heard it has somethign to do with the date the guitar was made.


Or, I could be completely wrong?
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Last edited by ML_Guitar09 at Jul 17, 2009,