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Guitar Builder looking to Trade some old growth Brazilian Rosewood for WEB DESiGN

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Hey there, My name is Ryan J Cobb from Signature Series Guitars. I am in desperate need of a web designer to help me with my website. I would be willing to trade some really nice Brazilian or possibly even a custom guitar if the right person were willing to trade. I can't afford to pay anyone to do it but I think what I have is, should i say, definately worth the trade. Email me at or call me at 317.979.0088. Please only respond if you are serious and have the ability to design a nice site.

Nov 06, 07 | 8:49 pm
Bill Cory

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No problem posting this kind of offer/request, as long as it is in THIS sub-forum; posting offers for trades or sales it in more than one forum is considered spam and will be removed from them.

Somebody should jump on this. Better yet,RJ, you should just find a friend with a Mac and iWeb and get him or her to help you out. People are doing wonderful things with that setup.

Welcome to the forums!


Nov 07, 07 | 5:20 am

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Thanks for the direction Bill. Sorry bout the multiple posts. Im new to this. I really need some help and wanted to make sure some people saw it. Thanks again. My Brazilian is AWSOME. I have a lot of Red spruce too

Nov 07, 07 | 5:43 pm

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I'd offer but would feel too guilty taking BRW for it !!!

It really isn't that hard, as Bill says... I'd give it a go and see how you get on - there are lots of good books.
The problem you will face if you pay someone to do it (and need to do it on the cheap) is the ongoing maintenance. If you don't know how to change things and add stuff you will pay out a fortune getting people to make minor additions. Also a bespoke site may be too complex for you to update easily. It really is worth having a go yourself - get a book and invest a couple of days to getting started. There are also lots of free website templates that you can download for free....
If all that fails then try paying for help...


Nov 08, 07 | 9:44 am

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What do you want to do with your site ?

Personally I'd keep it simple. If you don't want to add animations and complex stuff there are plenty of free editors that will take care of basic stuff almost brain free. Shopping carts can be bought as packages if your running a business and they are both the cheapest and most secure/safest way to implement that.

If you advise your specific needs I might be able to point you at some resources.

Nov 13, 07 | 5:49 pm

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I build websites for a living... send me a PM if you're still interested :)

Apr 19, 09 | 6:51 pm

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