#2
That guitar sells new in the U.S.A. for about $2,500.00. If it is in good shape, that would be a very nice price. It is said to be an excellent guitar.
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#3
Iunno how much it's worth, but it looks like a killer guitar, and if it's $2500 like FatalGear's saying, I'd jump on it!
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#4
just be careful it's the bona fide usa one. they didn't a japanese one a while back (maybe still), and if so, it's not going to be worth as much, or be a good (probably has a subpar trem- teh japanese jacksons are still nice guitars, but teh US ones are better and have better trems/hardware etc. ).
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