The 'vintage value' factor

Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Hotblack Desiato, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    Solid advice. You caught on quick! :p
     
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  2. Tosca

    Tosca Death by a million mini-toggles...

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    This is pretty much the same graph as the thickness of my wallet going to PRS experience (in red) and returning home (in black).
     
  3. Hotblack Desiato

    Hotblack Desiato New Member

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    Well I speak from experience. I bought one of those Classic Vibe Squire Telecasters which was terrific value for money but decided to return it and ordered a 35th Anniversary SE Custom instead. Whenever that arrives, if I feel it's lacking in any way I'll just go ahead and pull the trigger on its bigger brother and get a 35th Anniversary Core. This hobby gets expensive real quick.
     
  4. Trombex

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    another guitar that seems to be valued well is the 87-89 PRS standard multi-foil. The guitar had a limited production apparently because it wasn't selling well back then, but since one of those became Gustavo Cerati's main guitar in the 90s there's a whole crowd of South Americans willing to pay irrational amounts to get their hands on one (not to be confused with the Korean-made multi-foil released a few years ago, which is nothing like the original multifoil from the 80s).
     
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