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Help with Identifying a Soundgear

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JHadl, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. JHadl

    JHadl

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    I recently got an all natural finished Soundgear in a trade. I originally thought it was an SR800 but after doing some research it look like an SR1000 from the early 90s. I was hoping you guys might be able to verify that for me or point me in the right direction. Also, I have an offer for $300 on this thing. Is that fair or below value?

    I can upload pics in a bit but for now it looks identical to this bass http://www.njuskalo.hr/bas-gitare/ibanez-sr-1200-oglas-3485284
  2. millsbass5

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    IMO, the best of the Soundgear Series are from 800 and up. $300.00 seems a little low for such a good bass. I had a SOUNDGEAR 800, and it was a great bass. I wished the 5 strings had a wider string-spacing. If so, I'd have one.
  3. JHadl

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    Yeah, I know $300 is probably a little low if it is just a run of the mill SR series, I just wanted to make sure I wasn't getting rid of a $1000 bass for $300.
  4. JHadl

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    After searching for a bit longer, it looks like its probably an SR1300.

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