#1
i looked at a website about an OLP MM2 and it says it might have been discontinued? if not can anyone point me in the direction of finding one online?
#2
Yes, but you can still find them used. Actually--I would look for a used SUB instead. They have also been discontinued but are better built. I've seen SUBs going for around 400 USD lately.
#3
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Yes, but you can still find them used. Actually--I would look for a used SUB instead. They have also been discontinued but are better built. I've seen SUBs going for around 400 USD lately.


wow i wish i could get my hands on one of them for that price! they are the equivalent of 500+ usd in the uk.

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#4
March 2nd, Musicman puts out there new "Sterling by Musicman" budget line.

Some shady sources have indicated that prices could be anywhere from 400-900 USD. I think they at least warrant a looksey.
#5
Dude, the entire OLP company is over and done with.
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wow i wish i could get my hands on one of them for that price! they are the equivalent of 500+ usd in the uk.

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I got a SUB sterling for £400, which was practically new, you just need to keep looking they do appear at decent prices
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#7
hey! Ive got a Music Man SUB, fully black.... got it for $1600 AUS brand new
its beautiful! i love it haha!

im not thinking of selling it, because i love it so much, but im wondering if the discontinuation means the selling prices might increase, especially in a few years?!

yes? no?
#8
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yes? no?
I doubt it, especially with this Sterling line on the horizon.
#9
Production-line instruments rarely jump up in value in less than several decades, and even then, unless they were rare runs to begin with, they don't increase by that much.
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#11
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actually the brand olp has totally discontinued.


That was mentioned earlier in the thread. Was it worth the bump?

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