#1
I'm thinking about selling an Ibanez SAS36QM, it has a small ding on the back, and a minuscule chip on the binding on the fourteenth fret (it's barely noticeable). The guitar is up brand new for £400 at the moment so I was thinking about selling it for about £325 in the condition it is in.

How do you guys think I should price it?
#2
I don't know how much I would ask for it, but I can tell you I wouldn't be willing to pay more than £250-£275 for it (roughly between 60% and 75% the brand-new price).
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#4
Have you tried searching ebay for completed listings of similar guitars? That's always the best way to figure out what people will pay.

Having said that, £325 sounds a bit steep if they're only £400 new.
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#5
I've looked around a bit, and there's practically none out there that are second hand. Would that mean i would have to drop the price?
#6
You can advertise it for as much as you like, maybe you'll get lucky.

If you need a quick sale though, put it on ebay with a low start price. In my experience, you actually do better starting a guitar auction at £1 than you do if the start price is somewhere near the guitars actual value.
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