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Anyone Have A Lead For A Guitar Appraisal?

Artemis Fowl

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yup...google drive pic fail
will figure it out eventually
 

Artemis Fowl

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Just saw a confirmed sale of your guitar for $8000. Was in better condition FYI.
 

Peter LeQuire

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thanks for the info and link. wow, have they come down. 10-12 years ago they were in the mid teens according to my dad. not really worried about the value at this point other than for insurance purposes. dad and i discussed it many times over the years when we shared an office and we determined the best use would be to sell it when i retire and use it for a first class trip around the world.

i still have to grab the amp from him so i don't know the details of that yet but i'm sure it's comparable to the guitar in terms of level and whatnot.



sounds like a good down payment. i'll do you one better and offer easy financing* for the balance.

*at 34.99% APR for 60 months
Contact Gruhn Guitars in Nashville (615) 256-2033
 

TRESinc

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thanks. did that already. they will give me an estimate of value if i send pics but stated it is nothing that can be used for insurance purposes unless i either bring them the guitar or ship it there and back, neither of which i am willing to do at this point in my life. i am content to sit on it for another decade or two :)
 

Peter LeQuire

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thanks. did that already. they will give me an estimate of value if i send pics but stated it is nothing that can be used for insurance purposes unless i either bring them the guitar or ship it there and back, neither of which i am willing to do at this point in my life. i am content to sit on it for another decade or two :)
Nashville is a pretty reasonable drive from most of Ohio - not a day trip, but an overnighter in Nashvegas would be a pretty nice break from whatever daily routine holds you captive.:)
 

TRESinc

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it's about 8 hours from me. i used up all my vacation time already this year though with track events (i am a hpde instructor). my boss is a giant pain when it comes to taking time off :)
 

Dale Smalley

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I think Steve Metz used to be on the forum was making guitars.
 

Sid Holderly

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Sweetwater out of Fort Wayne Indiana sells music & sound equipment throughout the US. They are a very well know distributor
800-222-4700. There is a specialty store in Indianapolis, don't know the name. Either should be able to help.
 
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