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#1 Ioann

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Posted 07 September 2009 - 07:29 AM

Near mint condition.

Played at home only.

No any dents or modifications.

I'm the original owner who bought the baby from Vigier official dealer in Russia.

Manual, hex tools, fretboard cleaner, gigbag.

ATTENTION. 15% discount.

1100 EURO (1570 USD)

930 EURO (1334,5 USD)
plus shipping.

Best regards,

Ivan.

Moscow, Russian Federation.

power_of_art (doggie)mail.ru

#2 jahloon

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Posted 07 September 2009 - 06:39 PM

Near mint condition.

Played at home only.

Any images?
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#3 Ioann

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Posted 08 September 2009 - 07:14 AM

Near mint condition.

Played at home only.

Any images?

Sorry, I've tried to post images but i didn't get through those buttons :D

So, one more attempt :vomit:


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oops! I did it :wacko:

If you need any other picks or pics of higher resolution, please, ask.

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Posted 08 September 2009 - 11:50 PM

Looks Good!!

I was just looking at the pics and had a question. Is there a dent or is the neck worn by the nut???? It might just be the resolution of the pic. Please let me know as I am interested. Also does it come with case and what gauge strings is it set up with??

#5 Ioann

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Posted 09 September 2009 - 11:18 AM

Looks Good!!

I was just looking at the pics and had a question. Is there a dent or is the neck worn by the nut???? It might just be the resolution of the pic. Please let me know as I am interested. Also does it come with case and what gauge strings is it set up with??



Hi, jaym
thank you for your interest.

About the neck. It's just quite difficult for me to make a quality pick of a fretboard.
It has a metal cover, you know, so the metal is too shiny to make a realistic, clear picture.

This very fretboard has only slight signs of wear that could be seen on a very close look. So, on picks we can see only sparklings.

She comes with a soft gigbag, nothing special, just quality soft gigbag with "LineBag" logo that was with her in the shop, but, as I've just found out, I should better buy a cheap case (or change gigbag for a cheap case?) for more safe shipping.

So, cost of shipping will be a little higher, for example, to France it will be approx.100 EUR. Or maybe you or your friends can get the guitar from Moscow or St.Petersburg (Russia)?

Strings are Thomastik-Infeld Jazz Swing Flat wound 11-47, as I remember. Maybe 10-44, I'm not sure, because she was kept on the gigbag for a year or even more and I can't find the string package ever since :D
If it's very important for you, I can get a measurement tool and get the exact answer.

By the way, the tuning is standard. Very stable (it's a Vigier, you know).

Anyway, strings were always flatwounds TI, so the wear of a fretboard is minimal. I hope I'll be able to make appropriate picks of the fretboard surface and post them. The only time the guitar had roundwounds was the time when she was in the shop.

I hope this will help,
If you have any other questions, please, ask.
Best regards,
Ivan.

P.S.
the picks of the gigbag (should be swaped for a cheap case for a more secure shipping)

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#6 Ioann

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Posted 09 September 2009 - 06:22 PM

another bunch of mediocre picks :D
sorry for the quality, I did my best.

The fretboard is smooth and reflective like a mirror, so it's very hard to get right images, at least for me.

To make a reflection more plain I used a sole-colored sheet of plywood as a background (you can see it on picks).

P.S. I said "fretboard" but there is no any frets, only zero fret :vomit:

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 05:34 PM

There is a bug in the carpet!!!! A Russian bug!

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 06:37 AM

There is a bug in the carpet!!!! A Russian bug!

Yes, it's a Russian, very expensive bug, his name is Ivan The Terrible, he lives in virgin Russian forests, drinks vodka and dances with bears in the evenings and plays a vintage balalayka in the mornings.
Anyway, he is not for sale :unsure:

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 09:52 AM

Yes, it's a Russian, very expensive bug, his name is Ivan The Terrible,

Surely Ivan the Terribug?
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Posted 23 September 2009 - 01:41 PM

Yes, it's a Russian, very expensive bug, his name is Ivan The Terrible,

Surely Ivan the Terribug?

You need to get up with modern terminology. He would be Ivan the TERROR Bug.

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 03:30 PM

Yes, it's a Russian, very expensive bug, his name is Ivan The Terrible,

Surely Ivan the Terribug?

You need to get up with modern terminology. He would be Ivan the TERROR Bug.


Thank you for your help, me and the Bug live in the forest most of the time, where is no TV and other annoying stuff, so we are quite out of date :unsure:

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 07:56 AM

Thank you for your help, me and the Bug live in the forest most of the time, where is no TV and other annoying stuff, so we are quite out of date :lol:


No, no ,no no, this is what you want us to believe. :unsure:

Ivan the Terribug is made of Delta Metal. :hug:

His actual name is Patrice le terriblug. But got stolen from 10-12 rue de l'abbé Grégoire
Z.A.C. des radars, 91350 Grigny in France and was never seen again.........till now..........
It slides like silk and can penetrate the most secretive microtonal places in the fretboard. :ninja:

The vodka drinking bears are also special agents. This is all a plan! I can see it! This bears are Newie Brad's Russian relatives, all big, warm and massive! And they can drink!

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 10:05 AM

The vodka drinking bears are also special agents. This is all a plan! I can see it! This bears are Newie Brad's Russian relatives, all big, warm and massive! And they can drink!

And that, my friends, is why you should just say No or Nyet to drugs. :unsure:

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Posted 24 September 2009 - 02:53 PM

The vodka drinking bears are also special agents. This is all a plan! I can see it! This bears are Newie Brad's Russian relatives, all big, warm and massive! And they can drink!

And that, my friends, is why you should just say No or Nyet to drugs. :lol:


well if you don't believe me, :ninja: I have a picture of the special agents......... :unsure: Posted Image

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Posted 03 October 2009 - 03:04 PM

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well if you don't believe me, :lol: I have a picture of the special agents......... :whistling: Posted Image
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the bottle is not Russian, as well as the cappies.




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