Ibanez GRG170DX. It's a Gio(Ibanez version of Squire or Epiphone,) but I bought some nice pickups. I got them from Japan, the guy said it came off his 20 something year old RG. They're V1/V2, apparently they're becoming rare. I'm sure they're rare enough being over 20 years old, but from what I've read, they're getting harder to find since they were replaced by V7/V8 pickups. This is actually my go-to guitar, above my Les Paul and my Ibanez RG7321. I'm only selling it because I sort of got laid off, I only work one day a week now. The hype of the bad economy is bad for those of us in small businesses more than the economy itself.
Anyway, I'm thinking $130 shipped.
Peavey Studio Pro 112. It's a few years old, not the oldest Transtube series, I'm guessing it's five years old. It comes with a footswitch. It's pretty heavy, so maybe it's better off as a local deal in Houston, TX. If you want it shipped, it's $100 plus actual shipping. I can't give an estimate, it's the heaviest thing I've ever considered shipping.
Epiphone Les Paul. I bought this damaged and took it to a luthier to get it fixed. It was broken at the headstock, something that unfortunately happens to a lot of Les Paul models, both Epiphone and Gibson. He did a great job on it, but he decided to spray paint the whole neck and I didn't have enough money at the time to get the original finish. I'm not quite sure what he put on top of the spray paint, but it has a unique feel.
Make an offer on this one.