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Auction info

Postby Charlie Schultz » Thu Jan 19, 2017 5:34 pm

We'll be running this auction a bit different- instead of offering everything at once, we'll spread out the offerings over a few months.

The rules are the same as usual, you must be legitimately registered (i.e. using your real name) to win.

Here is a list of what we have so far, in no particular order.

Golden Age Restoration Tuners for Slotted Peghead Guitar
Waverly Guitar Tuners with Dark Tortoise Knobs for Solid Pegheads

Claro walnut back & side set #1
Claro walnut back & side set #2
Figured myrtle back & side set
Baritone uke back/side set (calico padauk)
Baritone uke back/side set (ebony)
Sycamore back and side set

AA Sitka spruce mandolin/uke top + 1 BF of bracewood
AA sunburst Sitka spruce top
AA Sitka spruce resonator top
AA light curly Sitka spruce top
A yellow cedar classical top
AA Sitka spruce archtop mandolin top
Two spruce tops (student grade)
Spruce top #2 (bearclaw)
Spruce top #3 (bearclaw)

A pair of ebony headplates

Strat neck by Warmoth

Your choice of two MIMF plans
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Re: Auction info

Postby Gordon Bellerose » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:37 pm

Charlie,

Never having participated in one of the site auctions, I am curious as to how it happens.
Can you enlighten me?
I need your help. I can't possibly make all the mistakes myself!
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Re: Auction info

Postby Charlie Schultz » Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:19 am

Sure. After the auction opens, people may place bids (starting at the minimum stated in the item's description). Whoever has the highest bid when the auction closes wins. The winner pays the MIMF (e.g. via PayPal) and then the item gets shipped to the winner. It should be spelled out in the item description as to who pays for shipping. If the winner is responsible for shipping charges, then that also needs to be paid up front. In the event that something falls through, the item is offered to the next highest bidder. If you have any questions about a particular item, you can PM me or post your question under the item. Hope that helps.
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