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  • fair price for a used ac15c1?

    Whats a fair price for a 1.5 year old vox ac15c1 in excellent shape? There's one on the local CL for $425. Hmmmmmm.....
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  • #2
    $400ish for a good one. Original tubes, or upgraded?

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    • #3
      $425 is fair-unless the condition is terrible or there's any indication that the tubes might be shot.



      I agree with IRG-$400 is ideal, but there isn't a lot of wiggle room in there. Don't expect to ever find a decent one for less than $375 and don't pay more than $425.
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      • #4
        $425 is fair-unless the condition is terrible or there's any indication that the tubes might be shot.



        I agree with IRG-$400 is ideal, but there isn't a lot of wiggle room in there. Don't expect to ever find a decent one for less than $375 and don't pay more than $425.
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        • #5
          I sold mine for $400 with footswitch. It had a couple of very minor nicks in the tolex and one small snag in the grill-cloth, but was in excellent shape functionally.
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          • #6
            Blue book has it listed like this:



            Excellent condition $375-450

            Average condition $225-275

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            • #7
              I clicked on the thread thinking, '$375 is great, $400 is good, $425 is OK, $450 if I want to buy it today.'



              Edit: looking at Doc's comments... I wouldn't plan on ever seeing one for $225 and $275 seems a bit of a stretch.
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              • #8
                On this one, I'm gonna have to call Blue Book wrong...maybe $350 if it's got some grille cloth tears or tolex rips...
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                • #9
                  I think the Blue Book has a misprint. It probably should read $325-375 for average.







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                  MSR $900. $600 $375 - 450 $225 - 275

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                  • #10
                    Oh, and I wasn't trying the heckle you or anything, just if the OP decided to wait to find that $225-250 C1... Well... He might be waiting a very long time, regardless of condition as long as the amp was functional.



                    Originally Posted by Doctor Morbius:

                    "When it comes to gear vs talent I'll be the first to admit that I sit in the Mayor's seat in Poserville."

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