#1
Hey, I've been thinking about selling my Ibanez RG1570. It has two minor chips of paint missing on the lower horn, a bit of rust on the hardware (only a little) and is otherwise in top condition, only 2 years old. It's a great guitar, but that focking Floyd Rose is driving me nuts. I need something easier to take care of, and most important of all, something that I can tune on stage (like D-tune it or summat).
What price do you think I could ask for it, considering the slight damages? I bought it for 810 Euros.

THX!
#3
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#4
have you heard of the tremel-no? they might be worth looking into, if you otherwise like your guitar...
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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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#5
I bought an an RG1570 off ebay last year for $550 but it was in perfect condition and came with a Boss DS-1 and a nice gig case. With it chipped and rusted a bit I'd say $450-$500. They are around $750 US new.
#6
Quote by Dave_Mc
have you heard of the tremel-no? they might be worth looking into, if you otherwise like your guitar...





The T-No will save your life
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#7
Instead of having springs in the cavity just use little pieces of metal that don't stretch. Or buy a tremelno it will cost you about the same
#8
About the same? How much? Is this an official Ibanez product, or some Radio Shak thing?

EDIT:

And that's a really cool idea, I'll look into that (tremol-no). Sweet, thanks guys!