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    Posted: August 05 2019 at 9:37pm
I have Paul's hand drums to sell. I don't know the type, there are several different drums going by different names in the world. They are not bongos in my estimation.  Different tones for the pair.  Don't know original cost but on his list of values he had a sale price of $300 so they are either good or he was fond of them.  I will transport to the Bean if anyone is interested.  I do have some How to Play Hand Percussion dvds also to accompany.  

I have a nice approx 30 inch high Djembe that I reluctantly will part with for $50.  In my quest to minimize my lifestyle, I need to make these sacrifices.  Got some brushie thingies to play this drum. 

My 2 year old Epiphone Masterbuilt Olympic (1935 copy) is on the sales block too for $375 (a loss for me but a boon for the buyer).  

We are heading out on Wednesday enroute the Bean via Maine so let me know of any interest. 

Got the Bride worried with all my selling.  She thinks maybe I am headed over the mountain to pursue my vagabond dreams.  Not telling her any differently either.  
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I sold my last amps recently. I have no plans to buy any more or buy and flip. Kept 3 Valco Nationals and my Rickenbacker. I thought I was content with the number of ukes I have but a few more snuck in this year. One is a uke version of a Weissenborn. A band mate plays a full size Weissenborn and lent me a spare to mess with. Awful hard to resist looking for one of those!
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I’ll take the djembe 12string.
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Originally posted by 12string 12string wrote:

 

My 2 year old Epiphone Masterbuilt Olympic (1935 copy) is on the sales block too for $375 (a loss for me but a boon for the buyer).  
  

That is a super good price for that guitar!
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