#1
Hey

I got a Fender 72 Telecaster Deluxe re issue and I bought it around the time of Fender's 60th anniversary (so it has the stamp thing on the back of the headstock) and I was wondering come 10 - 20 years will it be worth more than what I bought it for?
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#2
How much did you pay for it when you bought it?

And as long as you keep it in good condition, yeah it will probably be worth more than what you originally paid.
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#3
Around £550 I think
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#4
Is it an American or Mexican made one?
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#5
Mexican, they only did the 72 re issue in Mexico.....or at least I don't think there was an American re issue.
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Myles Kennedy: And why's that Mark?

Mark Tremonti:....I have trust issues with the sound guy



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#6
Probobly not to be honest. Mexican guitars dont really keep their value from what I've noticed. They usually go for half or just a little over
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