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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-22-2008, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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What would be reasonable prices for....

RG470 with DiMarzio Evolution and DiMarzio Air Norton pickups
RG7620 (floating trem) with DiMarzio Evolutions in bridge and neck
RG565 black, no mods, one owner

I recently purchased an RGT42FX and fell in love with it. I love the fixed bridge, the neck through design - it's an incredible sounding guitar. I want another one, but I need to sell some of my other guitars off first and I was wondering what kind of prices they might fetch.

The RG565 is the one I'm least likely to give up, but I was curious on what the community thought these guitars would be worth. Thanks.

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565 depending on condition should get you anywhere from $400-$700. I know that is a pretty big span, but I have seen these sell for close to $800 but that was either shill bidding or an exceptional guitar. Most likely $400-$600 on average though.
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Re: What would be reasonable prices for....

This isn't the right forum for these questions; this is strictly a 'for sale or trade' forum. Moving.
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This isn't the right forum for these questions; this is strictly a 'for sale or trade' forum. Moving.
Sorry.

800 sub-catagories makes it difficult to figure out where to post stuff when you don't live on the boards.
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Are you just going to take that Jim?
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Sorry.

800 sub-catagories makes it difficult to figure out where to post stuff when you don't live on the boards.
We've got about 20 thousand subscribers, and you're the only one with a problem understanding that "Classifieds" are for buying and selling. I guess that makes you special In any event, there are posted rules in the Classifieds governing beghavior in that particular forum. Take the time to read those rules before posting in that section again please.


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I just bought a new 1527 for $669, so I'm in a good mood
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So you are?

I can't believe you are going to let some guy with 11 posts put you in your place like that. It may be a good day for you, but it is indeed a black day for Jemsite.
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So you are?

I can't believe you are going to let some guy with 11 posts put you in your place like that. It may be a good day for you, but it is indeed a black day for Jemsite.
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How is he putting me 'in my place' by admitting he's too dimwitted to get around a guitar forum or figure out what classifieds are for? If I went around banning every sub-genius on the board who posted in the wrong place it would be a lonely place This was the 4th thread I moved today, btw...
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We've got about 20 thousand subscribers, and you're the only one with a problem understanding that "Classifieds" are for buying and selling. I guess that makes you special In any event, there are posted rules in the Classifieds governing beghavior in that particular forum. Take the time to read those rules before posting in that section again please.
I'm not trying to pick a fight here; just to make a point. Excessive sub-forums are always a barrier to entry for new users.

Thank you for moving my post to the appropriate forum.
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Ummmmmmm.....what's "beghavior"!!??

Is it a special classifieds term??
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Ummmmmmm.....what's "beghavior"!!??

Is it a special classifieds term??

Dude, now YOU are itching for a banning!
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I'm not trying to pick a fight here; just to make a point. Excessive sub-forums are always a barrier to entry for new users.

Thank you for moving my post to the appropriate forum.
I dont know what you PM'd him Jim, but it looks like your iron fist is once again in control.
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Your 3 posts per day TOWER over his 2.5
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