#1
Looking to sell my Ibanez S7320 and I'm just looking for a rough estimate of how much I should be looking for really. I'm from the UK so in GBP I guess. I can't really remember how much I bought it for I think it was £500.

Overall, the guitar is in good condition, it's been gigged a few times so it has quite a bit of buckle rash towards the bottom and a bit towards the top as well. No chips or breaking of the finish or anything like that.

Any guesses at how much I should be looking for?

Some pictures:

http://i34.tinypic.com/2eqbg4o.jpg
http://i38.tinypic.com/5vaqfl.jpg
http://i38.tinypic.com/2zf7a1j.jpg
http://i37.tinypic.com/2cza6f9.jpg
http://i37.tinypic.com/fz1xt5.jpg
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http://i36.tinypic.com/21soy8.jpg
#3
In case anyone takes the pictures and tries to sell it on Ebay or something.

I dunno, better safe than sorry I guess
#5
Quote by CapnKickass
ahh, hadn't thought of that.

yeah probably just best covering myself incase something like that did happen.

anybody got any estimates?
#6
Since there's some damage, I'd say it's worth about 60-70% of the price the guitar is now in the store. It doesn't really matter how much it was when you bought it. But because 7 strings aren't that popular compared to 6 strings, it might take a while for someone to buy it at that price...
Last edited by MetalGrayFox at Mar 9, 2009,
#7
You can get them new for £430 if you hunt around. Knock off 30% straight away just for it being second hand then take into account the damage - light from what I can see maybe another 10% tops so yeah id say £300 is all you are likley to get.
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#8
You could probably get away around the £300 - £350 region.

Since Ibanez have raised their prices in 2009, used prices are going up as well.

If you want to get better chances of selling it, try and get some sharp and clear pictures of your guitar. Best to do it outside with natural light!
#9
Awesome, thanks a lot everyone.

Seems like £300 is the kind of average answer so I think I'll go for that.
#10
I might be interested, fyi.

I want a different 7 to the one I currently own, RG1527, because it's got EMG 707s, and I'm not getting along with them, so I'm considering selling that to fund a new 7.

Can I have the serial number PM'd to check year of manufacture, etc? Thanks

The above pricing seems pretty fair.
#11
Quote by Mazzakazza
I might be interested, fyi.

I want a different 7 to the one I currently own, RG1527, because it's got EMG 707s, and I'm not getting along with them, so I'm considering selling that to fund a new 7.

Can I have the serial number PM'd to check year of manufacture, etc? Thanks

The above pricing seems pretty fair.

Yeah sure dude, I'll PM you