Um..... no.I would think it is worth as much as a BFP because they were both only manufactured for one year, correct?
Which is why, unless you're strapped for cash, you hold out until someone pays what it's worth.Regardless, as with any collectible it's only worth as much as someone is willing to spend on it.
Thanks for the replyIf the 777 is all original and in good condition.....
JUMP,JUMP,JUMP,JUMP on that! That is a loooooow price for a Jem LNG.
i really fancied mark weber to win f1 championship this year,he wasnt far away last year.im a betting man and at begining of the season he was 25/1 to win f1 championship very very very generous.but i vowed never to bet on f1 again after i had £40 on rubens barichello (cant remember which gp it was) he led all the way but team orders he had to let schumacher past on the last lap,i wasnt best pleased i can tell you lol.Okay, mate. I guess you are closer than I was. I'm no expert, I was just going by what I've seen in the past. $1700 is still a great price for sure. Speaking of Aussies..., what do you think are the chances of Mark Weber winning the F1 championship this year?
$1700 is fairly low for a LNG, which is what I'm assuming it is if it is "an '87, green with pyramids". You would certainly want to inspect it. The fact that it's so low makes me wonder if it isn't beat to hell or missing a lot of original hardware and case candy.Not seeing any dollar figures here as this drew me in. At the shop today, picked up a new to me Ibanez and the owner who knows how I am about buying Ibanez guitars asked me If I would buy a Jem777 if he did a swap with a guy for a Gibson Firebird.
First off I do not know jack about Jems. Pretty educated about Ibanez guitars mainly the older MIJ stuff. Always stayed away because of the cost of a Jem. But this guy will work with me with some trades.
Don't know which 777 it is, as I see there are a couple. But he says it's an '87, green with pyramids. I can get more info.
He wants 1,700 USD. Lot of money to me. Just wondering if this is a LOW price with the small info. Condition unknown but he says pretty good without doing a real inspection.
If weber wins e-beers brought to all and charge the bill to my account its aussie happy hour =D and yes i think he will!Okay, mate. I guess you are closer than I was. I'm no expert, I was just going by what I've seen in the past. $1700 is still a great price for sure. Speaking of Aussies..., what do you think are the chances of Mark Weber winning the F1 championship this year?
Back on topic, I think the issue with the VSK is because they're so rare there's no established pricing for them with only an alleged handful ever being released. My own experience is that their rarity also leads to a certain anonymity so you have to pitch your sale (or lets face it, these days, your auction) correctly.I have a Near Mint Condition Ultra Rare Jem 777VSK (No dings, very light pickup fading) with original european Ibanez RG-C Case. There is supposedly less VSK out there than PMC (271). I wonder how much I should be asking if I ever want to sell it.