#1
Hey guys, saw this post today:

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-guitar/kingston-on/lefty-es-335-style-electric-guitar-genuine-bigsby-left-handed/1016741356?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

her is offering it for $299, is it worth it? My understanding is that upgrades dont increase price, so should I try and come down on it? I already have an Epi Sheraton II, so is this kind of a useless buy?
#2
I take you have one of the now discontinued Epiphone Sheraton II in left hand?

IIRC, the once also had the "Dot" in left hand for about $350.00, but that's gone too.

Rondo is offering this for December in left hand @ $399.95 http://www.rondomusic.com/as820bkleftcustomord.html

I know nothing about the Turser, so I can't speak to its quality. Although, the only Jay Turser guitars I've seen have been beginner's models... I had a Guild Starfire III with Bigsby, it wouldn't t stay tuned. But that was in the year 20 BET. (Before Electronic Tuners).

Most people here rave about the Agile line, but most of it is in conjunction with their Les Paul type guitars.

I couldn't find shipping specifics at Rondo's website. I guess you'd have to email them about shipping to Canada.

Here's a short review of the guitar here at UG :http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/electric_guitars/jay_turser/jt-137/index.html

Here's that model or something similar at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Jay-Turser-Jt-133-tsb-Hollow-body-Electric/dp/B003XDDFKI/ref=sr_1_7?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1410141456&sr=1-7&keywords=jay+turser+guitars

It gets glowing reviews..
Last edited by Captaincranky at Sep 7, 2014,
#3
Those guitars are around $300 US new, the Bigsby is roughly another $100. I wouldn’t pay more than $200 unless there’s a nice case thats not in the ad.