US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

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bacsidoan
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Re: US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

Post by bacsidoan » Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:12 am

Fact of life:
Commissioning a JW guitar is easy because they are all very beautiful, sound great and affordable. Reselling a JW here is difficult because virtually most people on this forum are only willing pay compliment but not with their own money.

BTW, I'm an owner of a JW. It's a good thing that I plan to keep the guitar for good because there's virtual no chance that I'd get 1/2 of my money back. That's being said, I still recommend a JW without reservations.

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Re: US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

Post by beanctr » Wed Sep 20, 2017 1:54 pm

Its not just JW's guitars, its a tough market for all classical guitars. I have a few I'd like to sell but when I consider what I would realize I'll just keep and enjoy them. There are a lot of choices for buyers and a small pool of buyers. R
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MaybeAPlayer
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Re: US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

Post by MaybeAPlayer » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:36 am

Just giving this a much needed bump. I'd like to sell, so please let me know if you are interested. Offers accepted.

It's a very, very beautiful looking and sounding guitar.

Steve
Jason Wolverton Spruce/Braz
Navarro Rodriguez Cedar/Camatillo
Loriente Angela Spruce/Maple

Sometimes you want to give up the guitar, you'll hate the guitar. But if you stick with it, you're gonna be rewarded.
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Re: US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

Post by doralikesmath » Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:11 pm

I wish I were still in the US...
Raimundo 148 Cedar - "Julia"
L. T. An Guitar C150 Spruce
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Re: US $.3500 (new price) Jason Wolverton Custom spruce 2010, Ogden, Utah

Post by Brusko » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:44 am

I don't ever see myself selling my JW. However offers like this are tempting and I don't see the buyer losing at all.
Jason Wolverton - "El Dragón de Oro" (Spruce/Maple)

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