#1
I've got a friend whose dad bought him a Strat but he never played it and he's offering to sell it to me for $100 USD. It looks untouched (no scratches or dents) and is from 2000-2001.

Should i do it?
#2
Hellz yeah. If it's in 100% condition then that's even better.

They usually go for $300-$350 used in scratched up condition.
#3
What kind of music do you play, and what guitar + amp do you have right now?

It's a great price for it.
#4
Hell, if it's $100, fuck it! Do it, TS. Even if you don't play a style that utilizes strats a lot, you can put different pickups in it or mod it some other way. $100 is a rare deal, TS.
#5
Buying it to sell it on at the price they usually go for would be wrong, though.

Profitable and wrong.


Very profitable.
#6
yea imma do it because from time to time I like playing some RHCP or really any funkish music.
#9
There is nothing wrong with profit. Buy the thing.For 100 there is nothing out there that comes close to a actual Fender Strat. If it is a Squire run like hell away from it. This is my opinion only but there are few Squires worth more then fire wood to ME.
Bhaok

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#10
Quote by Bhaok
If it is a Squire run like hell away from it.

It's a MIM strat
#12
Definatly go for it. If it turns out you don't like it you can make an EASY $150 profit off craigslist or ebay. Jump on it.
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