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"Lindseys guitar is up for auction for over $80,000 so to have the opportunity to buy his strap at this price is a bargain."

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"You will never see something this personal to Lindsey for sale on eBay ... "

Yup...

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I would expect Stevie Nicks to personally scrub my shreddies for a whole year at that price!!

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9 hours ago, Hobbayne said:

I would expect Stevie Nicks to personally scrub my shreddies for a whole year at that price!!

...I literally have no idea what this means...

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5k for a knackered old guitar strap? Doubt if it's even worth a fiver!

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There's free postage, though...

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I have decided to take the plunge, I need a new strap for my £99 Jazz copy, and feel that this would add some kudos, more even than spending the 5k on a 1966 Jazz with strap and case... #MakeLindseyProud

 

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The listing says it is a HUGE piece of musical history, and the photo of the guitar does not actually show the strap. So I think it's really 100m long and much of the cost if the hire of the truck for the included "free postage"

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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

5k

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Yeah... My honest offer of £5 was rejected out of hand....

 

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On 09/05/2019 at 23:07, Hobbayne said:

I would expect Stevie Nicks to personally scrub my shreddies for a whole year at that price!!

Ex serviceman, by any chance, wearing shreddies?

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3 hours ago, Baxlin said:

Ex serviceman, by any chance, wearing shreddies?

No, its something my old dad used to call his underpants. I just picked it up as I grew up.

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16 hours ago, Hobbayne said:

No, its something my old dad used to call his underpants. I just picked it up as I grew up.

OK, as I recall, the PC version of its origin is that Forces', or at least RAF airmen's, standard issue underpants used to be made of a perforated, Airtex type material, with the 'business' bits, particularly the seat, having several layers, thereby resembling the breakfast cereal of that name.

The non-PC version?  Use your imagination as to what might have been shredded........

45 years on from being demobbed, and I still refer to u/pants as Shreddies, as does Mrs B.....

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Reason for edit - Smelling. Oops, sorry, Spelling

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