I currently have an 1981 Aria Pro II SB-700 that I'm trying to sell. It's in need of fixing up; a new bridge, maybe some refinishing depending on whether the new owner likes the heavily roadworn look.

The problem is that I'm not sure how to price it... I originally put it on Gumtree for £120 (approx 185 USD) but had a flood off responses which makes me think I possibly priced it too low. I have put it up to £180 now as an experiment, but based on the look of the item would you be able to hazard a guess at the potential value? I have seen reasonably good condition ones sell on eBay for upwards of £500.

You can see the listing here: http://www.gumtree.com/p/for-sale/rare-vintage-1980s-aria-pro-ii-sb-700-bass-guitar-for-sale-or-trade/1123412855

Last edited by ern.arrowsmith at Jul 7, 2015,
you'll probably get better answers in the bass forum
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