Not even got a reply to the pic-request, Lee. Remember your flag of the no-name Tele copy, bought by someone who stuck a Fender logo on it and relisted it as a "not entirely sure if it's genuine..." auction?

A few years ago, scams were '59 LPs, Bassmans or Bluesbreaker combos. They all get spotted (I saw a Bolton seller with pics of a '59 LP on the lounger next to the pool. Told eBay that nobody in Bolton has a pool; they pulled it). These scams are rarer, now. Instead, they go for something that'll attract maybe £150-£200 and no-one bothers to flag it. All it takes is a new Fleeb account name, a hotmail address and a "basic" bank account. Withdraw the money and vanish. Do it several times and you get your £x000 pretty quickly.

That Selmer is a library shot I have seen before somewhere. People will pay for a hand-wired 6-watter, they make great recording amps. It's a scam, I'm quite sure.


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