#1
I have a Dunlop Crybaby from Hell that I am no longer happy with. I'm trying to sell it for a decent enough price to get a different Crybaby or maybe a Vox. However, when I contacted Guitar Center to get a rough estimate, I was told $30 max. I think this is ridiculously low for a wah I paid $160 for. Any suggestions of a better place to pawn it off and a rough guess of what price I could get for it (very good/like new condition)?

Shorthand: How much could I get selling a Crybaby from Hell?
Music and sutff
#2
Yeah i've heard of problems with crybabys unforunitally it was after i forked out €120 on one. Resale value is better on signature ones esp. Dimebags. If i were you if all the a**holes in Guitar centre will give is 30 bucks it would be cheaper to keep it. You could also try ebay and the like.
#4
unfortunately, the thing you have to realize with a company like gtr ctr, is that they can't pay you what the pedal is worth. Otherwise, how will they make money?

The fact is, if it sold for $160 new, in perfect condition it's worth maybe $80 used (and I think it'd be hard to get someone to pay that... I just saw one on music-go-round for $69 and it's been there a while).

Now if it's worth $80, they should pay you $40ish, but with some gear, gear that is maybe a 'fad' - they have to consider - what if it sits on my wall for 6months, by that point dunlop will have dropped the price to $110, it's only worth $55 used in perfect condition, so they can't pay more than $30.

in short, any company is going to offer you about the sm. If you go to gtr center and ask them - how much is this worth in trade? they might up it a few bux - knowing you are spending money with them.

if you don't mind being patient and selling it out of your house:
sell it on craigslist for $69... or offer it up for trade. If you want to wait a bit longer to find someone who is a pantera fan - you might list it for $100 - but my guess is you'd be waiting a long time to get that.

just my opinion on the matter. good luck.