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Thread: RIP Danocaster

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    RIP Danocaster

    Dan is quitting. I am really sad coz it is my favourite guitars like ever.

    And also the fact that I have an order which I submitted a year ago and it seems would not be delivered.

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    Re: RIP Danocaster

    Misleading thread title...luckily Mr Strain is still with us.

    Apparently a victim of his own success. Though he assembled prefabricated parts by third party vendors, he seemed to have the magic touch in fine tuning his guitars, plus I don't think I have seen anyone ever doing better relic finishes.

    I guess the news of him quitting business has quickly spread - the asking prices on used Danocasters went through the roof overnight..


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    Re: RIP Danocaster

    From the announcement I saw, any orders that he had in, would be filled, so as long as you put down a deposit, you're good to go.
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    Re: RIP Danocaster

    I snagged a double cut from reverb not long before the announcement. I wouldn't buy one with normal price now.

    Do you think Danos would go up to 10k territory years from now?

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    Re: RIP Danocaster

    Quote Originally Posted by jimeh77 View Post
    I snagged a double cut from reverb not long before the announcement. I wouldn't buy one with normal price now.

    Do you think Danos would go up to 10k territory years from now?
    I suspect these will go up in valued for sure. They have a huge fan following and if they are going to be discontinued there will be less of them out there. If there still is a demand for them they will most certainly appreciate in value.

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