#1
Well I'm probably getting a 1991-92 Fender MIM HSS stratocaster from my uncle, and he's offering me £250 for it BUT...

- It may have had a previous owner before him so if it wouldn't just be second hand, more like third hand.
- The humbucker doesn't look like it's stock, I've no idea what it is atm.


BUT on the other hand it does look like it's in good nick.

I plan on haggling a bit so how low do you think I could go?
Bear in mind that I could easily get a Strat I'd probably prefer (this one is HSS with rosewood fretboard, I'd prefer SSS with maple fretboard) on Ebay (which is where he's putting it if I don't buy it) for around £250 that would only be second hand not third hand.

Thanks!
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#2
Surely the amount of owners really makes little difference on the price if it's in good condition?
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#3
1. Never mix family and business
2. Like you've got control over what people are saying on eBay (like whether their axe is 2nd or 3rd hand)...
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Wasn't there a thread about this like yesterday?
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#4
Yeah I suppose you're both right, but the family business thing really doesn't matter

EDIT: Tbh I'm just trying to be a cheapskate
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Last edited by archerygenious at Oct 25, 2009,