Hello. This is my first post and it's about money ... Model as stated above, good condition inside and out, small grain, small logo, metal switches, 4-hole. No tears or burns. At some point the ohms selector plug has been lost and it's been hardwired for 8 ohm, which was fine for me as I ran it through a 2x12. No master volume. I only managed to turn it past 5 in my last band once, it's way too loud for the venues I play now. I have run it through a Powerbreak, but it seemed a tad unfair on the old lady, now 35 years old. So I just used a TS10 for crunch. Both methods sound great. Great but different. I digress. For various, well-considered reasons I'm moving to solid-state kit and sadly, due to space and money considerations, it needs to go (and the 4-year-old 2x12 cab which I won't be sorry to let go of, but that's another story. MDF has a lot to answer for). The question is, what's it worth to a willing buyer. I was thinking around a grand (pounds sterling) - is that cloud cuckoo? I found a similar posted enquiry - 2009 - regarding a 1980 MKII master vol, the consensus seemed to be around $1300 (USA dollars). I remember reading that the 'Lead and Bass' model was quite rare and also that it was very similar to the plexi, the main difference being the metal panel. This may have an effect on the value? Both these concepts may be erroneous - I await enlightenment from the senior wranglers. Thanks!