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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-29-2006, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91



see the one with the white pickups. I can get that for $899. What do you think?

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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

Looks like a cool guitar, I'd say if you got the money go for it. It's kinda cool it comes with Dimarzio's in the bridge and neck. Too bad none of the ones I like lol... If you do get it we're gonna need close-ups of the paint job!
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Looks like a cool guitar, I'd say if you got the money go for it.
I wish I had a bigger pic. I'll try
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

I like the yellow one, it would look great with a set of yellow picups on it.
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

Those are without doubt seven of the coolest Ibanez guitars I have ever seen (especialy the two with maple boards) !!!

I'd sell family members to own one !

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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

I was never keen on guitars with graphics. So... I wouldn't pay much for one.
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I guess it depends on it's condition. If it's clean it's a good price, if it's been beaten up not.
If you decide not to buy it please be so kind to inform a fellow Dutchie about this one. I know this guy wants one very badly after he sold his one years back, due to circumstances.
http://www.jemsite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48572
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

I can get those done here for about Rm350 - Rm450 which is from approx 92usd - 118usd and I know someone here who can do it very damn good
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My word, check those guitars and then look at today's offerings...

It brings a tear to the eye to those on both sides of the fence doesn't it?
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Oh yeah and I'd pay about £450-500 which seems to be the going rate for an original crazy graphic Ibanez in the UK.
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

Hello, in Argentina you can buy one ( cosmic swirl 2) in really bad state for U$S 1000
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

That's the "Angels Depart" graphic. The USA Custom graphics have been steadily increasing in price as more and more collectors get invovled. What used to regularly sell for $600 on the used market is now approaching $1,000. It depends on the buyer's preference as to which graphic they're more willing to pay a premium for. Production numbers also affect price. Obviously the more rare the graphic, the higher the price. Angels Depart turns up every now and then, so there are a few floating around, but it seems to be an attractive graphic to many people, so it usually gets a good price.

If the guitar you're looking at is in really nice shape, it's probably worth $899 in today's market.
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I forgot to mention that there's an "Unraveled Consciousness" on the auction site right now for $3500. That is NOT a fair market price and he's obviously been smoking crack. If anyone's willing to pay that for a USA Custom, please let me know so I can sell all of mine and retire now.
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That's the "Angels Depart" graphic. The USA Custom graphics have been steadily increasing in price as more and more collectors get invovled. What used to regularly sell for $600 on the used market is now approaching $1,000. It depends on the buyer's preference as to which graphic they're more willing to pay a premium for. Production numbers also affect price. Obviously the more rare the graphic, the higher the price. Angels Depart turns up every now and then, so there are a few floating around, but it seems to be an attractive graphic to many people, so it usually gets a good price.

If the guitar you're looking at is in really nice shape, it's probably worth $899 in today's market.
comes with OHSC too.
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Re: what would you pay for one of those USA Airbrush rg's from '91

I think GMW does a graphic almost exactly like that.
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