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$20-25
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$30-35
1 100%
$40-45
0 0%
$50+ now you are insane
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#1
I am thinking of selling my boss MT-2 locally that I modded (deziel mod), I bought it new a few years back when I was a n00b for around $90 and it is in perfect working condition minus a few minor cosmetic scratches and a replaced LED, the mod turned out great but I have no Idea of what to sell it for locally. I was thinking it would be worth around the $35 price range, correct me if you think it should be something else I honestly have no idea of what price to put on it as you cant even find one on ebay. Thanks for your feedback!
#2
>Go on ebay
>Search for Diezel-Modded Boss MT-2's
>Select items that have already sold.
>See how much they sold for.

Bingo.
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#3
Unless moded profesionally with proof, then not much more than the standard.
I sold off my moded one for arond 35. All I did was remove 2 caps in the gyrators and the buyer loved it.
I kinda miss it now...
#4
Liaztraht +1 you generally don't get more money from a home modded anything.

some may be turned off, as would i, because they do not know the quality of the work
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#5
trashedlostfdup And that's the reason the pro mods often use stickers with their name on them. To identify their work.
#6
Quote by Liaztraht
trashedlostfdup And that's the reason the pro mods often use stickers with their name on them. To identify their work.


definitely. I even question the legitimacy of some of the stickers. lol. If i were to buy a "pro modded" pedal, i would probably contact the modder.
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alright "king of the guitar forum"


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nope i am "GOD of the guitar forum" i think that fits me better.


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youre just being a jerk man.



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2017-02-21 How to Hot-Rod the Hell of your Stratocaster for $50! (Tuesday 2017-2-21)
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