#1
I want to sell my two ibanez guitars, an rg5ex1 with some gloss spots on the finish and a small paint chip on the edge 3 and an rg2ex1 and mint condition in orger to help me buy something that feels more right to me like a jackson or ltd. Whats a fair price for them?
#2
Quote by MrTshoff
I want to sell my two ibanez guitars, an rg5ex1 with some gloss spots on the finish and a small paint chip on the edge 3 and an rg2ex1 and mint condition in orger to help me buy something that feels more right to me like a jackson or ltd. Whats a fair price for them?


Are you selling them seperate or together?
I'm so happy. I get to eat a muffin.
Quote by space aids
You are so happy to eat a muffin it's kinda scary.
Quote by ali.guitarkid7
Goes around tryina light dudes on fire.
Quote by MakinLattes
Too much Sublime.

I tell a lie, there is no such thing.
#3
$100,000,000,000
You gotta have a little wiggle room incase the buyer wants to haggle.
One of the third friendliest users
Stratkat's pet


Quote by Momentosis
Void is a wanker that's why

#4
150 for the rg2, 200 for the rg5
Gear:
Shecter Omen 6 with Seymour Duncan SH-6
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Fender Frontman 25r (crappy)
MXR CAE WAH
Digitech HardWire TL-2 Metal Distortion (Makes the amp sound not shitty)
#5
Quote by Robbin'TheHood
Are you selling them seperate or together?

Either way the buyer wants... It doesnt really matter to me if they go to the same person or not.
#6
Quote by FireFromTheVoid
$100,000,000,000
You gotta have a little wiggle room incase the buyer wants to haggle.

DUDE THEN ID BE ABLE TO BUY A GIBSON!!!
#7
Quote by MrTshoff
DUDE THEN ID BE ABLE TO BUY A GIBSON!!!



almost...
#8
$1 - to me
"One day I'm just gonna get of the bus and run in the woods and never come back, and when I come back, I'm gonna be the Knife Master.'"
- The Rev


"It's not how you pick your nose, it's where you put that booger that counts."
-Tre Cool
#9
Quote by DamagingExcess
150 for the rg2, 200 for the rg5

Thats almost exactly what i was thinking
#11
Look around on eBay to get a rough idea of average prices over a week or two then undercut by a bit (10% maybe. It's been a while since I've sold a guitar). Also keep in mind, the quicker you want to sell, the less money you'll get in the end.