#1
Im thinking of selling my Squier or trading it for a Tokai or an Ibanez RG or something


Im looking for around 400euro for it . Including the hardcase and the SD Jb jr and the original bridge pup


Think i'd get what im looking for?
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#2
Try Adverts.ie and see what the going rate is for something like that. It's a nice looking strat, how much is it new?
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#3
Quote by ride-the-spiral
Try Adverts.ie and see what the going rate is for something like that. It's a nice looking strat, how much is it new?


Its up on that atm and Gumtree

I bought it 2nd hand only about 2 months ago for 200euro which was a steal really
Vintage ICON Peter Green Replica Les Paul
Epiphone LP Standard
Marshall JCM2000 DSL401 (New Valves )
Boss TU-2 & SD-1
EHX #1 Echo
#5
I don´t think you could manage to pass off a Squier for 400€ even with a case and pickup upgrade.
#6
Well they're 320euro new on www.thomann.de which is where basicly everyone in ireland compares prices to ,
Vintage ICON Peter Green Replica Les Paul
Epiphone LP Standard
Marshall JCM2000 DSL401 (New Valves )
Boss TU-2 & SD-1
EHX #1 Echo
#7
The price of all of that stuff new would be only about 460-470... It being used will drop the value to much below 400. Squiers have very little to no resale value.
#8
Even less... I totalled it out to 440 with everything new. The guitar is 300, the pickup is 70, and a case is 80.


Oops - sorry for the double post. I wasn´t paying attention.
#9
Quote by Vlasco
Even less... I totalled it out to 440 with everything new. The guitar is 300, the pickup is 70, and a case is 80.


It's total is 450, your maths isn't quite up to par tonight bro.
#12
Id try to part ex it if your buying a new guitar.

Its alot less hassle than selling it.
Last edited by So-Cal at Oct 10, 2009,