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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by jd56hawk, Jun 22, 2021.
(I'm just guessing, but I think a case will be extra.)
This is not a bad move. There is a significant market for expensive pens.
True enough, but I'm waiting for Fender toothpicks.
Left over wood they would've used on neck shims
Ugh, that is an outrageous price. I can spend $50 more and buy a whole neck.
I'll wait until Squier comes out with poplar, basswood and plywood versions.
If that happens, just imagine how many "My Squier writes better than my Fender" posts we'll see.
No tort? Would they be the best pen for metal?
As soon as I get mine, I’m upgrading the spring, ink and nib.
Tone is in the NIB.
Oh god, don't give this idea to Darrin Huff.
He'd never actually deliver... you'd be writing with a Bic like a sucker
I’m just waiting to see if they’re going to be reviewed by Nick Shabazz.
They don’t appear to be overtly tactical or stabby.
(That reference will be appreciated by people who follow EDC reviewers.)
I was looking at their site that is the price for one and it appears to be a ballpoint, not a fountain.
LMAO - about a nifty as the Abbey Road XLR connectors
Oh well $200 is nothing for guys like Bill Gates
I see they've adopted the Gibson pricing model.
Why for that price you could buy a .... Gibson wall clock?
What’s the width at the nib?
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