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I have a 2004 Gibson SG Standard, and it's a limited run out of nashville. I'm almost positive they only made it for 2 years. The only problem is about a year ago it fell off the stand and the headstock cracked pretty badly. It was repaired and now it's pretty hard to tell it was even cracked, but I know it'll definitely detract from the guitars value. Anyways I was just wondering how much something like this would be worth?


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I guess it's a Special isn't it?
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i think it's just an SG Special. i'd say around $500 or so. less if you were selling to a store (i always try craigslist first).
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Any guitar with a cracked neck severely downgrades the value. Even if repaired correctly, I wouldn't expect to get more than 10%-25% of the market value.
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When I sold my Gibson SG in perfect condition I got like £400 so I don't think you're looking at too much.
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It was a Special that was a limited-run in itself. 500$ new, maybe 550 for any other limited run. That particular one sells poorly due to a lack of interest in both the Ebony color and in the unusual pickguard (Normal Cherry and Red would sell better, even new). So, 400$ basic. About 300 when you factor that the headstock was broken. If the rest of it is pristine, 300$ would work, give or take 50 bucks. Anything else (mild cuts, it was used for 5 years) and I'd say it's 300 dollars MAX. Hope for that. An SG Special in that kind of condition isn't the kind of thing to carry much financial weight, especially an unpopular model like that one, but into lower-selling colors like that.
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