I have a 7126 I’d be willing to part with. Trouble is, the bottom two pieces are fused together. I’ve literally tried everything to get them apart, to no avail. Echo says to just break it and mail it back under warranty (I have the emails to back this up). I just haven’t gotten around to it.
I’d sell and ship, but not sure it’d be worth it. 🤷♂️
Echo glass rods are pretty sweet and offered at a decent price but like DOB said folks seem to hang onto them. Have you considered an Epic? I know its at the other end of the price spectrum but holy cow do they make some nice fiberglass rods.
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The other glass switch/spey blanks/rods that have been discontinued
Scott Fiberhammer (these don't seem to come up often)
Seele, (this is part of the lineage of the McFarland blank, McFarland was one of the owners of Seele)
I have a McFarland blank (I need to get it built out) an Epic DH11 (which was listed as a 7wt but is more of an 8wt).
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