Am thinking about selling some of my aging bass equipment, but have no clue how much to sell it for. I called a local used equipment dealer who refused to take my fifteen inch cab and speaker because he says there is too little demand, says my ten year old Peavey 350 watt head is probably worth no more than $50 at most and my Peavey speaker cab with two ten inch speakers and a tweeter is worth no more than $150. He will not take my Samson wireless at all and may take some other rack equipment and the case, but I have to drag everything there for his inspection (of course.) All of this equipment has been well-maintained and is in good working condition. It would be ideal for a beginner or intermediate player. I paid well over $1000 for all these peices originally (in total...not each one.) Anyway, I don't want to sell off just part; I want to sell all of it as a unit. So if I put an ad in the paper, what price should I set? I might also sell one of my practice combos, but again have no idea of value. I'd rather just GIVE that to my son or GoodWill than sell it to a greedy music dealer for $20. Last, I MAY sell a couple of my basses, but again have no clue how to value them for sale. I'd appreciate the advice of those of you who are experienced with such matters.