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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jackajesusfreak, Apr 30, 2010.
HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!
$45K? That's funny!
Thats friggin crazy..
I could get a Hyundai Genesis and have money left over for that!
I'd rather spend $45k on an actual investment. Best part it's a "new" seller. And "I could be wrong but I believe this to be a NAMM bass from 1965."
As much as I like Fenders.........Hardly.
This is silly.
The $28K 1952 Fender P made sense.
Does nothing for me. I wouldn't pay $4500 for it.
Let's all offer him $2.00
I'd pay 4,500 if I wanted a vintage, and it was a good player.
wow a $1000 per year old...
Yeah, I'll take two at that price, please. Soon as I get the right six numbers!
Pretty sure he placed a high price to get noticed first by buyers.
Make him a reasonable offer and I'm sure he'll be interested.
I made a $2.00 offer. I doubt he'll accept it.
this bass or about 8 boutique basses... hmm...
Maybe to you. None of these vintage prices make ANY sense to me.
He said he'd take a Harley Touring; they retail at 30,000.
For me the 52 P makes sense because it's such an old bass and it's in remarkable condition for what it is.
This bass though is overpriced.
At least that's how I see things.
This bass went over $12,000 on the first auction but did't hit the reserve. Couldn't tell you about the authenticity but a cool bass none the less.