US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby robinfw » Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:48 pm

Is there any problem shipping to Thailand?

I know the usa has some kind of laws against shipping guitars.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Neil Patrick » Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:43 am

simonm wrote:Hi Neil, looks lie a great instrument. Good luck with the sale. I have only heard good things about Cuong. If I were nearer I would love to see it. I am sure who ever buys it will be very happy. I half suspect that you would sell it quicker if you bumped the price up quite a bit. The low price has unfortunately got people mentioning cheap factory guitars in the thread which distracts potential buyers and moves the thread off on a tangent.

If you have a sound sample it would be great too.

Again good luck with the sale.

Thank you Simon for your kind comment. I posted the price hoping for a quick sell but on the other hand, it is no great loss if it does not sell and I get to keep it as my back up guitar. And yes, a lot of people has told me this guitar would cost at a much higher price.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby vukasin23 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:56 pm

Hello! Do you use Skype?

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Justfun » Sat Apr 09, 2016 12:31 am

nice looking guitar for sure.
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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby ronjazz » Wed Apr 20, 2016 11:50 pm

I'm very hard-pressed to understand any 21st-century builder not making a 20-fret extension, especially in so modern a guitar. That looks well-made, his reputation, so far, is quite good, and, unfortunately he's not alone. There are worthwhile pieces with high C, and transcriptions certainly can use it. It seems somehow incomplete.
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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Skeezy Larfer » Thu May 19, 2016 9:46 pm

Still have this?

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Lovemyguitar » Fri May 20, 2016 1:47 am

ronjazz wrote:I'm very hard-pressed to understand any 21st-century builder not making a 20-fret extension, especially in so modern a guitar. That looks well-made, his reputation, so far, is quite good, and, unfortunately he's not alone. There are worthwhile pieces with high C, and transcriptions certainly can use it. It seems somehow incomplete.

Really? I personally prefer a guitar without the fret extension, the traditional symmetry is more pleasing to me, and I have never personally come across any pieces that require it anyway (admittedly, there are many pieces I have never seen, but I think that there are more than enough pieces to keep me busy in my lifetime that can be played on 20 frets). A quick look at the classified ads here reveals that the vast majority of 21st-century-built instruments lack a 20th fret, and so you may be in the minority of those who cannot understand this phenomenon of not adding one. But, to each their own, I guess!

Sorry for the hijack, back to the sale...

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Neil Patrick » Wed Aug 03, 2016 2:47 am

Guitar is still for sale everyone!!

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Neil Patrick » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:03 am

Hello guys, I just recorded some sound clips today. The sounds are recorded with iPhone 6 without using any reverb or editing. I do have mp3 files using the microphone but I think iPhone's recording also sounds very nice so I didn't make any changes. Hope you guys enjoy it. Feel free to ask if you have any questions!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6o2ebKprDdE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppG0_WDVrV0

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Kintla » Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:56 pm

Thanks for the video clips! I actually was surprised at how nice it sounds. It looks lovely as well.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby doralikesmath » Sat Oct 08, 2016 4:11 am

I'm really sorry for hijacking the OP's thread. Can anyone please give me contact details of Cuong? Thank you a lot. And good luck to your sale, Neil.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Neil Patrick » Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:33 am

doralikesmath wrote:I'm really sorry for hijacking the OP's thread. Can anyone please give me contact details of Cuong? Thank you a lot. And good luck to your sale, Neil.

No worry. You can contact him at his email: cuongluthier@yahoo.com

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby doralikesmath » Sat Oct 08, 2016 12:01 pm

Thank you a lot and good luck with the sale.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Joe Hong » Fri Dec 23, 2016 6:34 am

Helo Neil,

Do you still have the guitar for sale?? Is there anything i should be concern about functioning of it? How much it will cost to ship insured to San Jose, California w zip code 94538??Many thanks for your reply.

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Re: US $.1250 Cuong Luthier Cedar lattice 2007, Vancouver, Canada

Postby Neil Patrick » Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:56 pm

Joe Hong wrote:Helo Neil,

Do you still have the guitar for sale?? Is there anything i should be concern about functioning of it? How much it will cost to ship insured to San Jose, California w zip code 94538??Many thanks for your reply.

Joe Hong

Hi Joe,
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