#2
depends on the condition really
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#3
Um, what about it is Fender? Or are you just throwing "Fender" into the mix to be like one of those annoying eBay ads that intrude on people's search results?

Anyway, if it's the same bass that's in that picture I'd say $200-250 depending on condition. Possibly less.
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#4
If you're selling it to Guitar Center they usually take how much their going to sell it used for, and give you half of that price. So they will sell it for 300 at the most, so expect around 150 from them. you can probably get 200 out of it if you sell it to someone.
#5
Its in mint condition. No dents, no warps on the neck. Just i can seem to interest anyone with the guitar out here.
#6
keep it? it's nice enough solid peavey-ness, but not a fender at all

edit: by not fender, I mean they are not the same company in any shape or form, but your zodiac is no doubt on par with a MIM fender if not more
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#7
Keep it. The Zodiac is a fine bass, but it is just above entry-level on the price scale so its resale value is practically nil. Keep it; play it, and enjoy it.
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#8
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Keep it. The Zodiac is a fine bass, but it is just above entry-level on the price scale so its resale value is practically nil. Keep it; play it, and enjoy it.


This.


You MIGHT get $150 for it.

It's build quality and playability are WAY above $150, however.


Personally, while i love Peavey basses, i'm no fan of the BXP stuff. That said, they're still leaps and bounds above simmilarly priced basses from other companies.
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#10
Not bad, but if you paid the usual $349.00, it's still quite a hit. Unless you're sure that you'll have no more use for it, I would still hang onto it.
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#11
Yea, i'm sure i am not going to be touching that bass at all. Maximum, couple times a year.