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Berlin the original Eggle / Re: My new squeeze
« Last post by RevMatt on June 06, 2018, 19:11:52 »
Anyway got it home last night and started playing, then after what seemed like 1/2 an hour her who must be obeyed came and asked if I thought I should come to bed, it was 4am lol.


Brilliant... sounds like a guitar worth waiting the 20 plus years for  ;D Congratulations and welcome to the family.

Your guitar dates from December 1991 (or thereabouts). The double dot at fret 12 is normal - the change between 1991 and 1992 is distinguished by a the dot(s) at fret 24.

The top is most likely to be maple - this was the most common wood used for tops, with some lower spec models being all mahogany. The use of anything else would suggest a special order or one off.
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Berlin the original Eggle / My new squeeze
« Last post by Studge63 on June 06, 2018, 18:55:51 »
Hi all, just purchased my first Berlin ;D I will post some pics as soon as I am able but for some reason my work laptop wont recognise my phone lol. Anyho I remember when these first came out and reading about them in various guitar mags, never thought Id own one, then what do you now this one came along. I dont now what these go for but I played it and wanted it straight away so price does not matter.

I purchased it from the original owner. The colour has faded a bit over the years and appears almost translucent emerald green but he says it was some type of Blue. The back is what I would call British racing green, your showing your age if that means anything to you lol. The green is so dark it is extremely hard to make out the serial number but it is L91000524B It has Locking Sperzel tuners and seymour Duncun pups a custom in the neck and custom/custom in the bridge.it is coil tapped and has fully functional tone control, is this usual? although the serial number suggests 91 it has a double dot inlay at the 12th, this is 92 is it not? I can not work out what wood the body cap is,  It looks almost sycamore to me it has quite a wide curly grain with what look like bubbles interspersed in the grain. Is sycamore a common wood to use? Obviously a pic would help here and I will post one asap.

Anyway got it home last night and started playing, then after what seemed like 1/2 an hour her who must be obeyed came and asked if I thought I should come to bed, it was 4am lol.
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Eggles / Re: Berlin Pro 24 HT, circa mid - late 90s
« Last post by waldflote8 on June 06, 2018, 17:17:30 »
Very nice but it's gone already.  :(
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Eggles / Re: Berlin Pro (Floyd) / Climaxe, circa 1991
« Last post by RevMatt on June 05, 2018, 17:00:44 »
Due to its early still developing nature, I've seen the Climaxe representing various features and inconsistencies, so I don't have any concerns about this. Also, Ivo's link shows the same headstock logo used in that era.

Personally, I think it's a shame that it has Patrick's signature on the front of the body, but that's just me.
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Eggles / Berlin Pro 24 HT, circa mid - late 90s
« Last post by RevMatt on June 05, 2018, 16:58:11 »
Item no. 132650409510
Seller: bmoorei2
Listing ends: 07 Jun, 2018 23:27:22
Start price: 650

Description:
Stunning top in green burst with natural binding .Previous owner had added emg active pups and I have had it fully serviced and set up professionally. Comes with Patrick eggle Hiscox case. Im immaculate condition, a real stunning guitar for the money.

Happy bidding , you wont be disappointed


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Eggles / Re: Berlin Pro (Floyd) / Climaxe, circa 1991
« Last post by HiString on June 05, 2018, 04:35:07 »
Hmmmmm..........signed in 2007  ???, volute, no obvious serial number. The finish doesn't seem to be to the usual standard although that may just be the photos.

It does seem rather odd.

 8)
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Eggles / Re: Berlin Pro (Floyd) / Climaxe, circa 1991
« Last post by Wolfen on June 01, 2018, 21:28:09 »
Isn't the headstock wrong for a Climaxe, is this a made up Berlin? No name tuners, strange truss rod cover? What's this thang?
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Eggles / Re: New York Anniversary, 1992, serial no. NY 92 022 A
« Last post by Wolfen on June 01, 2018, 21:18:15 »
Multiple seller names?!? Either weird tactics or a guitar that doesn't bond with its owners?
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Eggles / Berlin Pro (Floyd) / Climaxe, circa 1991
« Last post by RevMatt on May 31, 2018, 20:03:07 »
I've seen this one around before, most recently on Gumtree where the previous owner had it listed for a while - it wasn't too far from me at the time, and I did at one point contact the seller about a possible deal but it never quite worked out...

Item no. 332669863597
Seller: cotton-al
Listing ends: 07 Jun, 2018 15:52:41
Start Price: 750 (or BIN 1050)

Description:
Tidy Patrick Eggle guitar in pretty fine condition and being signed by Patrick.... This guitar has Climax on the head-stock and suggests it goes way back to the beginning when the guitar maker first went into making pro level guitars.... That at least compare, if not exceed the quality of PRS guitars, and I have few to compare it against....

This is the usual set up of pickup selector switch and a tone and volume control...

Not sure about the pickups but they are original as confirmed by the original owner who got it signed by Patrick...

Nice sunburst with recessed into the wood knobs for a nice touch... Several top class guitarists use Eggle guitars and he has once more turned his hand at making solid body electric after a while in the acoustic guitar field...

As can be seen this guitar has not seen a lot of action but does have some minor scratches on the edge but they are not serious...

The case is the old style rectangle with his name plastered sever times as was the way he did things back in the day... a nice case in its own right...

Anyway.... I am happy to chat about the price or take a part exchange, with cash in either direction, for a tidy guitar
Thanks for checking out my guitar.

Collection only but if you want to arrange your own courier feel free to do so and I will pack well and suitable for courier delivery..

I can deliver myself if desired but will charge my fuel cost and we can chat about that if you like...


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