#1
Hi,
I'm looking to sell my Korg AX10G multi-effect processor. I got it in 2006 and barely used it, so it's like new.. thing is I don't know for how much I can sell it, I did few searches on ebay and such, and there was a big price range $40 - $160.

any advice?
#2
Did you check the completed listings search? That way you'll see what they actually sold for, not what people were hoping to get
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#3
The highest completed listing on eBay is $31, with an average of about $28. If you are lucky you can get $40 off craigslist. If you want to be like some people, ask more and keep listing it forever. It is really old and obsolete.
#4
^ Yeah, that's the problem. Most guitar gear doesn't go out of date like most other consumer products... but the exceptions are digital modelling and multi-fxes (or anything sort of high tech), unfortunately.
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The highest completed listing on eBay is $31, with an average of about $28. If you are lucky you can get $40 off craigslist. If you want to be like some people, ask more and keep listing it forever. It is really old and obsolete.


I see my local craigslist isn't unique
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