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  • Value on a 20-year old Valley Arts M-series?

    Do anyone know the value on a 20-year old Valley Arts M-series which is in almost perfect/new condition?

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    its worth what the market will say its worth. You can try to search ebay listings for comparable models, which will give you a general idea of what it will fetch on the market.

    Right now is probably a bad time to be selling guitars on teh ebayz so don't get discouraged if you don't like the prices you see for similar guitars.
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      Hi,

      I just purchased an Mint Valley Arts M series (Micker) for 2100.

      There are some collectors who think they are worth more, but based on my purchase, Market Value is 2100ish.

      I also purchased two Larry Carlton Standard Pros for 1500, and 1200.

      Hopefully that will give you some insight into the value.

      Please contact me if you want to sell yours.

      Regards,

      Bradstar1

       

       

       

       

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      • DeepEnd
        DeepEnd commented
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        Bradstar1 wrote:

        . . . Please contact me if you want to sell yours. . . .

        Since this thread is 4 1/2 years old, I doubt he's still interested.

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