Estimate it's value please

gary moore 92

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Hi folks,

I'm considering a 1960 LP Standard Historic Reissue from 2017.

It has the TH specs which I totally dig but somehow isn't a real True Historic if I ain't mistaken?
What's your estimate on it's value? It's in mint condition.

Thanks!

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that low regardless TH stuff on it?
Or is it just that its less worthy on the American market?
 

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They could be had new in 2017 for $5500 or less if asked around..... despite the over 6k retail..... In today’s market in minty top shape $4250 or less.
 
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I would say $3500-$4500 is where I would see that priced.
 

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I've been known to "pay up" if a guitar is truly spectacular.
In this case, R0s are not as sought after as R9s mainly due to the skinny neck so I'd probably pay no more $3,900 for it.
Might go a tad higher if it played/sounded outstanding and was fairly light. It sounds like you are "across the pond" so you'll also have to factor in the upcharge based on where you live. It looks pretty nice in the pics.
 

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I've been known to "pay up" if a guitar is truly spectacular.
In this case, R0s are not as sought after as R9s mainly due to the skinny neck so I'd probably pay no more $3,900 for it.
Might go a tad higher if it played/sounded outstanding and was fairly light. It sounds like you are "across the pond" so you'll also have to factor in the upcharge based on where you live. It looks pretty nice in the pics.
I was considering the 60s above but it wouldn't work. In the end i went for a 2 for 1 trade for this one:

 

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I'm late to the party, but I think the estimates you got were solid.

Congrats on the R8!
 

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Congrats! Is that one of those repurposed CC's? That aging on the back looks familiar. :hmm:
As far as i know there's no connection to the CC's and that one.
It's just an aged 58 LP from 2018 with TH specs which I was looking for.
Didn't know either they'd come aged and not VOS that year besides the normal ones but surely dont mind :D
 




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