#1
here it is:

the guy at the store I'm buyin my showmaster from said he could give me 150 for it. i swapped out the stock pups for limited edition hotrodded seymour duncan jazz something pickups they did for guitar center's or musician's friend's 25th birthday
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#2
the pickups are worth like $100 surley? id say no
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#3
EDIT: Wait how old is it anyway?
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#4
put the stock pups back in if you sell it to a store.
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#5
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put the stock pups back in if you sell it to a store.


BOOM! The pups alone brand new are like....at least $100
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#7
Hat looks like a 79 to me, if its a set neck id say no. Looks like a nice guitar. Plus you can never have too many guitars!! I dont know who said it but id like to shake his hand!!
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#8
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Hat looks like a 79 to me, if its a set neck id say no. Looks like a nice guitar. Plus you can never have too many guitars!! I dont know who said it but id like to shake his hand!!


It's not a '79 Series, TS's doesn't have binding and it has black hardware instead of nickel.


I'm guessing this guitar is a Dean ZXP since we do not know the age and i can't see the neck/neckjoint/headstock. The XP Series is the only one that offers a white Z without binding in production. With the pickup swap and assuming it's in good shape it's worth about $200, give or take. If you're wanting to sell it, I recommend gutting the pickups, reinstalling the originals and selling both on Ebay in seperate listings.
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#9
Swap to stock pups and do it, seeing as you have some other guitars already.
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#10
From my point of view, it's a bolt on, but I'm only guessing almost here, but 150 seems a little...little :P
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#12
^You gotta remember a store isn't going to pay full price for it. They have to make a profit from selling the guitar, not break even
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#13
The dude who he took it to still way under priced. I'd demand at least 200.

The guitar looks in great condition.