Join Date: May 2008
Location: mpls, mn, usa, urth
Re: Suhr 10th anniversary
That's the biggest problem - right now it might seem like a good time to sell but in five or ten years you'll go "oh crap, why did I sell that one?"
The thoughts among some is that this is the "golden years" of the Suhr brand and maybe years down the line if a bigger company gobbles them up these will be more desirable as time goes on.
If it doesn't work for you as a playable instrument or if you're just holding onto it as an investment and not playing it I'm not sure - there are ways to get more $ for your dollar than guitars (well, except for 50s Les Pauls and Strats and even those aren't as high valued as they were).