#1
Sorry folks, I can't give you a picture but I can explain this to you. Everything, pick ups, wiring, pots, everything is all original. The finish is black, only has a couple pieces of the finish missing, one being at the cut away and one down at the bottom of the guitar. you can see the wood but they are still pretty small dings. how much do you think it would be worth?
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#3
Theres a few Tele's from the 70's selling for about $2000+ on ebay right now.
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#4
i'd gotta believe, (wouldn't know much) maybe a couple grand? (just a guess i have no idea)
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#7
umm...not much. u should just.give it to me. that guitar is actually a piece of crap that a talented musician like yourself should be embaraced to have.

that being said, ill be glad to take that piece of garbage off your hands
#8
I would say anywhere from $1800-2400 USD
it isn't really that old yet. If it was pre-1960 or something then it would be worth at least ten times that, but I would hold onto it for another 10-20 years
#9
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At least 45,000 US Dollars.



Lol no

my guess is $8,000 at the most
#10
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umm...not much. u should just.give it to me. that guitar is actually a piece of crap that a talented musician like yourself should be embaraced to have.

that being said, ill be glad to take that piece of garbage off your hands


lol, nice try.

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I would say anywhere from $1800-2400 USD
it isn't really that old yet. If it was pre-1960 or something then it would be worth at least ten times that, but I would hold onto it for another 10-20 years


well, I'm only 17, so I got a while to live yet.
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#11
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I would say anywhere from $1800-2400 USD
it isn't really that old yet. If it was pre-1960 or something then it would be worth at least ten times that, but I would hold onto it for another 10-20 years



I agree, possibly get the finished fixed up in that time, It could be worth a new vehicle to you.
#12
Vintage 71 Telecaster > New vehicle
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#13
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I agree, possibly get the finished fixed up in that time, It could be worth a new vehicle to you.


NOOOOO...dont touch the dings...dont change anything
#14
The price of your own penis........

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#16
i don't plan to mess with the finish, the dings aren't too bad for being as old as it is.
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#17
If it had the original hard shell case then probably around $2000? Just the guitar and it would depend on its heritage, condition, options, etc.
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#19
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If it had the original hard shell case then probably around $2000? Just the guitar and it would depend on its heritage, condition, options, etc.


it has the original tweed hardshell case and everything.
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#21
wow. thats awesome.
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