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|09-15-2014 04:49 PM|
Sent you a message if you're still looking to sell it.
|08-29-2014 02:31 PM|
It's tough to say. The RG1570 goes for about $500-$700 depending on condition. Unfortunately, when you modify a guitar, at best it won't affect resale value. Usually, it will devalue your guitar. Anyone looking to buy it is going to see a modified RG1570, not a JEM. Your pictures are way too small to show the condition of your guitar. If your luthier did a very good job at the modifications, you can expect to get the same amount of money for it as a regular RG1570, maybe $100 more because it's a lefty.
|08-25-2014 10:41 PM|
Hello to everyone!! i´m sorry in advance if this thread is not where it belongs, but i´m new here in Jemsite.
You may be wondering why the Jemstige title...
Just before the Jem7vwh Lefty appears i bought a brand new Prestige1570 Japan. And, with the glorious help of mi luthier we turn it into a mix with the Jem7v and thats why i called it Jemstige.
Beyond the obvious visual changes this guitar has the EVO pickups (DP158 & 159), the middle ISCV2 single coil, new Gotoh machineheads, Ibanez - W96042 electronics and the awsome ibanez backstop tremolo installed.
I´m wondering, altough it´s a great guitar and for money reasons, to sell it in a near future. Here i´m uploading some images and i hope you can help me to know how much (U$S) would you pay for it. Have in mind that i´m in argentina and here the lefty jem7v doesn´t exist. and the righty one it´s about uss4400. Thanks soooo much!!