Hi! I'm new to the forum, and whaddya know, I'm here because I'm actually selling my bass.. So basically I need your help to make sure this is my first and last post on this remarkable forum I'm in need of some advice about the market surrounding old plywood basses. Specifically I have a King Mortone, which, when it was sold to me, I was told is from the 30's. When I took it to David Gage to get it set up and get a bridge cut, I was told that it was actually a really rare piece, as it was factory manufactured to be a lefty bass (as in, the posts are swapped so the sound post is on the left), thus making it a dream for a lefty player. Otherwise, as-is the bass sounds really great, and is quite healthy minus some dings. So I'm curious about two things, one: what's the market like for a good King plywood from this era, and how in gods name do I market this as a rarity, which all the luthiers tell me will fetch "top dollar" from the right (lefty) buyer. Any tips on finding the right clientele? Is there a bass-buying and selling site I don't know about? Is it really possible that the silence on craigslist is a sign that 1500 is too high of a price, or am I just impatient? Thanks, I welcome any and all wisdom on the matter.