ITEM #81

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BID DATE:
09/15/2018 07:43 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
Nncyprcs
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DESCRIPTION

BEHRINGER ELECTRIC GUITAR WITH STAND AND AMP

Age. See below
Composition. Wood, metal, plastic
Size. See below
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot includes a solid body 39” long Behringer electric guitar which has three pickups and knobs for volume as well as tone. Also included is a Rock Town model 20 amp which has a press board body, carry handle and knobs for Tube Distort, Volume and EQ. Measuring 11 ˝” high x 10” wide x 6” deep it has 30 W and was made in Thailand in 1988. There is even a stand to hold the guitar up right when you’re done rock ‘n rollin’. Everything appears to be in good shape with normal use wear, has some chips in the finish on the body of the guitar and has some soiling. Consignor says it works and it comes with a 14 day from end of auction guarantee.

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