YSaC, Vol. 405: One, two, three … ummmmm …
Squier by Fender with Fender amp & Epiphone Les Paul Standard – $1000
I am selling two of my guitars. I have a Squier stratocaster and an Epiphone Les Paul Standard. Also including a small fender bronco amp. Both guitars are in excellent shape and are ready to play. the squier is black and the epiphone is a cherry sunburst. for both guitars and amp i would like to get $1000, but am willing to take best offer. I’ll sell the Squier and amp for $220 and the Epiphone for $450 if you prefer to buy individually. (only asking that cause that’s what i paid and i want to at LEAST get my money back). For information, text Andrew at xxx-xxx-xxxx or e-mail email@example.com. thanks
Okay, you’re selling both for $1000, but you’ll take $220 for the Squier and amp and $450 for the Epiphone. Which, if I’m not mistaken, is … $670. Which is … less. Even if you meant to say you’d take $220 for the Squier and another $220 for the amp, that would still only add up to $890. Which is still less. So yes, I’d like to take all three, but I’d like to buy them individually, please.
Of course there’s more …
peavy amp and ibanez guitar – $250
i have a 40 watt peavy amp that works with bass or guitar and a ibanez gio guitar both sound great
100 for the amp
120 for the guitar
*bangs head … on desk*
Wait, that’s it! It’s all the headbanging these crazy rock-n-roll guitarists are doing, isn’t it! They (you know, the mysterious they) were right when they said that rock music would destroy your brain — they just didn’t know that it would do so by eating away at the part of your brain required to do simple addition.
One wonders how often these guys get taken advantage of by club owners.
“We’ll pay you $150 to play for two hours.”
“No way, that’s not enough.”
“Okay, how about $125 for 120 minutes?”
“Awesome, no problem.”
Thanks to Chris and Emma for the posts. By the way, is that a llama outside the window in the picture? Llamas llove guitars.