FS:Crate Electra Les Paul w/ Seymour Duncan Humbucker - $150 shipped - US

#1
As you can see in picture, guitar is Les Paul style in Ebony. Used but good condition, no major blemishes or scratches (if interested I can send more pics). Guitar itself is worth about $100 used but Seymour Duncans are $100 so guitar is worth $200, willing to sell and ship it for $150. It sounded like shit at first but with the Seymour Duncan professionally installed it sounds great now, in my opinion it sounds like a $400 guitar and plays great (no buzzing, professionally setup and strung with new strings, ready to play). Everything works perfectly, and comes with a carrying case, strap, picks and Korg tuner. Feel free to respond here or email me at cantleavedetroit@gmail.com.

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#2
Quote by NoHodoring
As you can see in picture, guitar is Les Paul style in Ebony. Used but good condition, no major blemishes or scratches (if interested I can send more pics). Guitar itself is worth about $100 used but Seymour Duncans are $100 so guitar is worth $200, willing to sell and ship it for $150. It sounded like shit at first but with the Seymour Duncan professionally installed it sounds great now, in my opinion it sounds like a $400 guitar and plays great (no buzzing, professionally setup and strung with new strings, ready to play). Everything works perfectly, and comes with a carrying case, strap, picks and Korg tuner. Feel free to respond here or email me at cantleavedetroit@gmail.com.

http://s5.postimg.org/jry3sd353/IMG_0315_2.jpg
http://s5.postimg.org/xznsh0ftz/IMG_0316_1.jpg

Sig'd.
Jackson DK-2 [2004 MIJ] (EMG 81/SA)
Jackson RR-3 [2007 MIJ] (EMG 81/60)
Ibanez RG370DX [2009] (EMG 81/60)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom [2004] (EMG 81/85)
Ltd/Esp M-17 7-String [2013] (EMG 81-7 set)
Bugera 333XL 120watt Tube Head, Crate BV412 Cab
#3
I know it sounds funny, but its technically true...for a beginner, this is a decent guitar for a cheap price. The only con is that the tuners could use an upgrade, but other than that, it sounds and plays surprisingly great. If it doesn't sell Im just going to upgrade the tuners myself and keep it, because this cheap guitar sounds better than the Epiphone Les Paul Custom I paid $400 for (Seymour Duncans work wonders on sound quality).

I'm really only asking for $100 + shipping, I dont need the full $150
#4
yeah, I know what you mean. But having a seymour duncan (I don't know the model) in a beginners guitar (which 99% of the time have cheap wood or cheap good wood. Like basswood, but poor basswood).
And the wood on the body treats passive pickups (and actives to an extent) poorly compared to a midranged guitar with good wood (hard to type that with a straight face, hahaha).

But I think selling a guitar like this for $100 is honestly the best way to go. You sell it at a decent price and more than likely it'll go fast.

The bound fretboard and white outline on the body make a nice touch to a beginner's guitar. (and finding one at $100 is rare) So it is nice looking.

Also wanted to say that I meant zero disrespect by "sigging" a piece of your post. I just thought the sentence itself was humorous.

All in all, good luck with the sell, bro.
Jackson DK-2 [2004 MIJ] (EMG 81/SA)
Jackson RR-3 [2007 MIJ] (EMG 81/60)
Ibanez RG370DX [2009] (EMG 81/60)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom [2004] (EMG 81/85)
Ltd/Esp M-17 7-String [2013] (EMG 81-7 set)
Bugera 333XL 120watt Tube Head, Crate BV412 Cab
#5
It goes without saying, but I fixed the links you had on the original post when I quoted it.
Jackson DK-2 [2004 MIJ] (EMG 81/SA)
Jackson RR-3 [2007 MIJ] (EMG 81/60)
Ibanez RG370DX [2009] (EMG 81/60)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom [2004] (EMG 81/85)
Ltd/Esp M-17 7-String [2013] (EMG 81-7 set)
Bugera 333XL 120watt Tube Head, Crate BV412 Cab
#6
The guitar is still available, I can't believe nobody is buying it when so many new guitar players pay more for a shittier beginners guitar.