I'm suffering from a problem faced by anyone who tries to sell a Peavey product (with the exception of Cirrus basses): horrendous resale value! I'm trying to sell a one-week-old, $900.00 list guitar preamp and fx processor (Peavey Tubefex) for $225 on Harmony Central, and haven't even gotten a single inquiry yet. Another guy has a G-bass (also $900 list, I think) up for $275, with no luck. WHY is Peavey's fairly-good stuff so hard to sell? This is almost as bad as trying to unload a _Washburn_, for G-d's sake! . . . and why CAN you get good resale value from a Cirrus, which is quite similar in component quality and design (pickups, body style, etc) to the G-bass? I mean, the Cirrus is neck-thru and has 2 pickups, but the G-bass has a great graphite neck. . .