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 #87078  by Duhigg
 Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:54 pm
Hey ya'll I've got the following up on my local craigslist and figured I'd post it here also.

Item 1: Carvin DC400A Custom Shop Guitar: $900 (Mint)
Note: Upgrades include Floyd Rose System, 2 Dimarzio Super II Humbuckers with coil taps switches for each and Waldo's buffer. I had a kill switch installed also. Pics available upon request.

Item 2: 1 JBL E120 in an open back Acoustic ext. cab: $200


Thanks for looking.

Duhigg
 #87088  by ronster
 Wed Sep 22, 2010 8:46 pm
I'd like to see some pics of the guitar.
 #87093  by strumminsix
 Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:28 am
jdsmodulus wrote:requesting a pic! post that guitar! :cool:
This cracked me up.
 #87967  by Duhigg
 Thu Oct 14, 2010 10:00 am
I would like to post the pic, however I have no clue how to do this. If you wanna shoot me a pm with your email addy I'd be more then happy to send you a few.

Duhigg
 #87975  by tigerstrat
 Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:16 pm
Pics need to be hosted elsewhere online (like flickr, facebook, wherever), then you post the image URL, enclosed in "Img" tags.
 #87976  by Adam Deckard
 Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:26 pm
"I don't know how to post pictures" shouldn't fly anymore...

www.imageshack.us

go there and upload pics, if you cant figure this out you should hire a computer to do it for you

then you copy the link to the photo, come in here, click Img on your post and then paste.

If someone you know or love still doesn't know how to do this please tell educate them

please
 #87985  by jkstraw
 Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:46 pm
tigerstrat wrote:Pics need to be hosted elsewhere online (like flickr, facebook, wherever), then you post the image URL, enclosed in "Img" tags.
I attach pics directly to the post (I.e. At the bottom of the post select "upload attachment", upload the file(choose file then upload file), then "insert inline")

The only thing to keep in mind here is the dimensions of you pic. Probably best to resize in Microsoft paint or other image editor.

The problem with the 3rd party hosting stuff (like imgshack, etc) is people don't keep them up and then the posts don't make sense whe digging through old threads.