#1
if a fender strat thats made in 1954 can go for $50,000 or more
what would a 2004 fender strat standard model go for 52 years from now?
#2
Not anywhere near $50k. Mostly the reason is there are thousands of '04 strats available. Unless there was some unforseen demand for strats there's just too many to create any viable appreciation.
It's a fine line between clever and stupid.
#4
Quote by tyler 417 714
if a fender strat thats made in 1954 can go for $50,000 or more
what would a 2004 fender strat standard model go for 52 years from now?


If I understand your question right, I don't think there is a real way to tell. If people 52 years from now are looking back at the music played on 04 strats and really like the tone than perhaps they would become very valuable. If the music from now is regarded as undesirable later on...well they will still be worth something to a collector. It's really hard to say.
#6
Quote by tyler 417 714
your right i think it is hard to say.


They most definately will not be saying...

"Hm, you say it's an '04 Strat, completely original? I'll give you 50 bucks."

It should be worth more than the original price haha.
#7
Quote by Maj_Tom
They most definately will not be saying...

"Hm, you say it's an '04 Strat, completely original? I'll give you 50 bucks."

It should be worth more than the original price haha.



50 bucks!!! Deal

sold to: Maj_Tom
#8
Not only that, to expect just $1000 more than what you pay for a new American Strat is a terrible investment.

You'd be better off taking that grand and putting it in an IRA, CD, or mutual fund for 50 years. Then you could buy whatever killer guitar they'll be making then.
It's a fine line between clever and stupid.