#1
I'm looking for a 1970s stratocaster (aged or olympic white with a rosewood fretboard) or a 70s strat neck with a rosewood fretboard. I don't care about the year as long as it is from 1979 or earlier. I've got some awesome things to trade for it and I can add in some cash too if necessary...

Among other things, I have

1990 Jackson Fusion (MIJ Body, USA hardware and neck)

Jolana Diamant and Galaxis,

A really, really beat up Gibson Explorer from 1984 with dirty fingers pickups

new crunchlab/liquifier set

Rocktron Prophesy II owned and programmed by Rusty Cooley and a midi mate

Tele neck

Brand new Bell & Sons Bouchet minstrel banjo (top of the line model worth $900)

Three balalaikas, one new, one from the 1960s, and one from the 1890s-1910

Lots of hardshell cases

Class A Laney Cub

Message me if you're interested!
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#2
For the right guitar I'd trade my early 1972 sunburst strat, all original with graduated scalloped maple fretboard. She's light, very resonant, and a great player.
keep it [the bat] in a cage, and right before your next gig starts, and your on stage and everything, bite its head off. AMD MUNCH DEM TINGS DER DOWN!!