#1
I put both my Schecter C1 Classic, and my Schecter 007 Elite on Craigslist.
I got an email from someone with an '02 Gibson Les Paul Studio with Seymour Duncan blackouts.
He wants to trade the guitar for both of mine.
Is it a good trade or no?
For sale:
Schecter C1 Classic.
Schecter 007 Elite.
Randall G2 Head.
Crate 4x12 cab.
Line 6 POD XT.
Samson PG2200 power amp.
#2
No. Just no.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


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#4
I was leaning toward no, to be honest.
Any reason you say that?
For sale:
Schecter C1 Classic.
Schecter 007 Elite.
Randall G2 Head.
Crate 4x12 cab.
Line 6 POD XT.
Samson PG2200 power amp.
#5
LP studio guitars have notoriously spotty QC, and frankly, the guitar isn't as good as the C1 Classic, IMO.

If you look at it factually, you're giving him more than your getting strictly on a monetary basis, and this is without taking into account that the LP has years and years put onto it. If you were looking at a different LP model, it would be a different scenario, although still dependent on the condition of the LP.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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It's you
Last edited by strat0blaster at May 25, 2011,
#8
a used LP studio is like, $800 bucks tops. your two guitars are worth more than that

bad deal