#1
Hey I have an old Marshall AVT 20 from the 2000's that I was thinking about letting go. It's a 40w hybrid combo. I was wondering what I could expect to get for it.
#2
Little or nothing.
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#3
it's also 20 watts
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#5
ah no worries Just some people selling amps look at the back where it lists the power consumption and assume that's the output wattage.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#7
I do not know what else you have, but I don't think you would be worth getting rid of for $80 or $100. Throw it in the closet, and pull it out of your main rig brakes.
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#8
I sold my VS30R for $100 a couple of months ago... It was a 90's model
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I do not know what else you have, but I don't think you would be worth getting rid of for $80 or $100. Throw it in the closet, and pull it out of your main rig brakes.


I agree. Just because some things don't sell for much doesn't mean you should let people have them for next to nothing. Things that are worth little now also have a nasty habit of suddenly increasing in value.

I sold some 1st gen Boss pedals years ago when I bought a multi effect pedal. Got next to nothing for them on ebay. How I regret that now.
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#10
For example look at the Laney AOR. Not a bad amp by any means but it was one of the forgotten bastard children of Marshall. Suddenly all the DOOM crowd wants one. Maybe it is time to sell mine?

I have a Marshall VS10 and a VS810 from that era and am not selling either at this point. Both are made in England so probably bound to go up in price as Marshall keeps on churning Chinese junk. They're not bad sounding amps.
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#11
Id grab your AOR but I would be afraid of it breaking before you even pack it to ship
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That amp is like Lemmy...been through hell and back and still going strong. It is built quite solid, actually.


Thats surprising. Most of the AORs Ive encountered either were dead or needed a ton of fixing. I was under the impression that they break easy
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#14
Nah man, the thing is that they're around since the 80s and usually have taken a lot of beatings since they were not a JCM800, but its ugly cousin. Mine has some noisy knobs but that's about it. I had it as backup in my rehearsal room for years since it isn't my preferred tone, but quite a few friends played through it and liked it. I loaned to a friend whose 5150 fried and he got an almost exact replica of Motorhead's "Ace of Spades" era tone out of it with an upper shelf B.C.Rich.

Anyway...I think the weak point is probably the pullable knobs, you bang those while you're on the touring circuit and the chassis will bend, plus those things are hard to find. Dunno, never had issues with mine, 10+ years of ownership.
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#15
Well thats pretty cool. I almost picked up an AOR 30 a while ago but ended up with a Vox instead.
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I agree. Just because some things don't sell for much doesn't mean you should let people have them for next to nothing. Things that are worth little now also have a nasty habit of suddenly increasing in value.

I sold some 1st gen Boss pedals years ago when I bought a multi effect pedal. Got next to nothing for them on ebay. How I regret that now.


I highly doubt that a valvestae will ever be worth anything.

But I still would keep it for a backup
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