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05-09-2013 04:26 PM
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

Hey Davus got your message.

im selling the 2000 on E-bay right now, just cant bring myself to part with the 6000..

i always think that a 99p starting bid with no reserve is the best way to find the true price of something...
anyone what to guess the sale price?
we could have a sweepstake!
05-08-2013 05:27 AM
Davus PG
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

Hey, not sure if this will help but here goes:

I bought my 6000 3 years ago for £700 from a guy in Belgium (so cheap shipping & no duty to the UK) it was pretty grubby with a few dings (none on the front) but cleaned up very nicely.
Since then I've only seen one on eBay in the UK which was up for £850 but it never sold. That was about 2 and a half years ago, so given that 1000's are going for as low as £480 over here now I couldn't see it going for a fortune....but you never know as it's a hell of a lot rarer than a 1000

Toadfish sold his JS6 last year & the last price he listed was £999. I guess it's down to the luck of someone desperate to get their hands on one seeing your ad.

As for the 2000 good luck! I saw a dinged up one go for £600 last year & then couldn't get the same for mine (which is in excellent condition) so I pulled it. For whatever reason there doesn't seem to be much demand for them. Thought I'd sold mine for £600 last month but the buyer pulled out. Even though I never play it I'm now keeping hold of it as long as I can. When I bought it a couple of years ago they were going for £750+ over here. So even at £600 I'd be taking a hefty kick in the wallet. Shame as its probably my best playing JS & the FX Bridge is pretty remarkable. Maybe I should give it another go - perhaps this time I"ll bond with it.....
05-07-2013 05:40 PM
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

Ooh. Not sure how it will sell on your side of the pond.
05-07-2013 05:18 PM
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

It's good all round not perfect... I'm in the uk. Not sure if it would be a straight exchange rate type thing..?
05-07-2013 04:30 PM
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

What's the condition of your 6000?
05-07-2013 04:25 PM
Re: js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

js6000's are usually worth around $800+ depending on condition. A decent one is around 1000$ usually. Mint examples can fetch more obviously.
05-07-2013 04:15 PM
js 6000+2000 eerrrrrrkk

Hi everyone
I may be posting in the wrong place here, but as i am no longer gigging regularly I am putting up for sale my JS 6000 and Js 2000, im keeping my 1000 because i've had it for 17 years i think so its never going to leave me now.

i've seen a few 2000's on ebay so i know what roughly what its worth, not sure what to expect for the 6000 though, any ideas?
anyone interested?

anyone think im an idiot for wanting to trade in the 6000?

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