#2
Frankly I wouldn't expect much more than what a black tolex model in similar condition would sell for. I would go so far as to argue that you may have a hard time moving it, given that most folks wanting a Marshall probably appreciate the normal aesthetic.

You've got to understand that in the guitar world, something doesn't necessarily become more valuable just because it's a special run. There are so many limited runs and special additions released.
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#4
Nice...it would've looked better in Orange

Probably same as black would go for. Could be touch less. For example, they had white tolex ones and only the Randy Rhoads amp would fetch good $ in white.

I like the red, enjoy your new gear!
#5
rare is not always desirable. a better term in this case would be 'uncommon'.
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#6
Nice amp, probably would sell for $1k.
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