If you found a 1959 LP in your attic....

saltydogg

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That's a guitar that I might consider sitting on, until the market makes a turn. That's big bucks we're talkin' there...
 

fretnot

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First, I plan to soil myself. Then I'm going to regroup and come up with a new plan.
 

datsun

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Gross! That thing is over 50 years old. I'd trade it toward a new one that doesn't smell like mothballs.
 

Peteyvee

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Depends? Is it a Junior, a Special, a Standard or a Custom? The value could be anywhere from $4K for a Jr to "the skies the limit" for an uncirculated flamed burst in mint condition...
 

sonic blue

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I would hold out for as long as I possibly could, but in the end, it would have to go. I'd certainly make the most of our time together - record a bunch, some YT videos, maybe even bring it to a gig just to say I did it. :)
 

losergeek

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Knowing me, I'd trip on the way down the stairs and fall on top of it snapping the head. Otherwise though, sell it and buy a telecaster from the same year.
 

sixty2strat

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1.set it up and restring it
2.plug it into 2 jmp stack and cut loose

options 3 are

if it plays great and sound amazing gig it till I am 65

if a dog sell it for a beat/issues one that is killer and some cash
 

Rod

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I'd sell it because I've owned one and it's not that big a deal.
 




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