Jem90 vs Jem10 pricing
Both guitars are limited editions as are most Jems except the VWH and such, and both had high production totals, and the Jem10 is definitely a guitar one would rather see in an old 18th century school dedicated to guitar teaching framed and mounted in a glass case, but why exactly is the Jem90 selling for less than its street price if its an anniversary guitar?
Granted, the high production Jems out there and the ones that aren't as classy go for less money (I got a VBK for quite a bargain), but I wonder.. am I offering to sell my guitar for less than I really think it should go for just because Jemsite has a $1400 estimated price on it?
I'm wondering how that price was arrived at, and why it remains that way... at Jemfests do guys _really_ nod their heads and say "yeah.. the Jem90 ain't really all that... " and dealers act accordingly?
I'm of the opinion that a good condition 90 is still a highly collectable anniversary model that blew people away (and still does), and should go for at least the old street price if its in mint, and only a little less if its in excellent condition. Just my .02.