#1
i am selling a 1994 MIM fender strat with some mods. I have it listed at $295 figuring a little give in the price. Got contacted with a $225 firm offer, i countered with $240 but the potential buyer has no give. I am thinking $225 it a bit light... Take the money or hold out for more? I am in no super hurry to sell it (like this isn't for electric or mortgage or anything like that)
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#2
I sold my 1994 Fender Tele w/ SD Hot Rails for $250. $225 would've been light for me. Id you aren't in a hurry I'd say hold onto it. If you leave it be a while he may come back
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#3
yeah i passed on the deal, the guitar is worth more than $225 to me
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#4
I had to sell one a couple of years ago that I got free. It was a '92 MIM Strat, stock. I put it on craigslist for $250, and it sold in less than 5 minutes(no exaggeration). Anyone who gets a used early 90's MIM Fender that is in good condition(no playing issues) for around $300 is doing good in my opinion. Stick to your guns dude.
#5
Yeah I think $250 (if the guitar is in good shape) is a good price. Fair, even a deal depending where you are.
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#6
i wouldn't go less than $250 unless it was beat to shit

of course i firmly believe MIM strats are some of the best guitars ever made the moment you start considering price