#1
Roight, I've got a 2004 Squier Strat on my hands, and I'm selling it. Thing is, I don't know how much to ask for it. It's in great condition, just a minor chip on the finish, and aside from the strings, completely stock. I've tightened the bridge a bit so that it holds tuning a bit better also. So how much should I ask for? I was thinking around $100 USD.
#3
Yeah, I was worrying about having too much competition from other people who've upgraded/quit guitar after a month. But cool.
#6
look on ebay in completed items.

thats the best way to see how much your guitar is worth.
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#10
Asking for more than $100 for a Squier Strat is pushing it a bit, I think $70-$80 is a better price
#11
i agree with 70-80

plus if it is your first guitar why sell it? id keep it just for idk being your first why not
#12
I would say just keep it for the hell of it.


You can just run over a prostitute with your car to get $70 (according to Grand Theft Auto).
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#13
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plus if it is your first guitar why sell it? id keep it just for idk being your first why not

Cos it's not really that great, and I've got a Fender strat now. Lots better.