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A studio for $2000?

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Perhaps the seller paid a lot of money to have it refinished and is now trying to make up that cost in the selling price, assuming that the refinish from metallic blue to sunburst increased it's value. In reality, it probably decreased it's value. Factory paint is important to a lot of people.

 

-Ryan

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Perhaps the seller paid a lot of money to have it refinished and is now trying to make up that cost in the selling price, assuming that the refinish from metallic blue to sunburst increased it's value. In reality, it probably decreased it's value. Factory paint is important to a lot of people.

 

-Ryan

He's priced it on what it's worth to him (imo)...not what it's worth to others....he will no get that $£$ for it.

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Yeah - The refinishing work doesn't look all that great either. I just noticed that the bridge doesn't seem to be a regular Nashville type tune-o-matic bridge. The screws are facing forward and the posts are slotted on the top. That seems odd. No?

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Is there something special about this one?

Only the seller's state of mind.

 

Where's the other two?...

Yup.

 

P.

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I suppose that's listed in Canadian dollars-

US dollars- it would only be $1804.89126 what a deal! for a studio! [thumbup]

[flapper]

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