original Boogie Mark I

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  1. JStizz

    JStizz Member

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    So...

    what is the approx. value of an original Boogie Mark I, made in November 1977, with reverb and graphic EQ, the later "Pull Bright" and "Pull Boost" features on the volume controls, 1x12 combo with cream tolex and tweed grill?

    im wondering for the sake of both a potential sale or insurance claim purposes.

    Thanks guys!
     
    Last edited: Jun 27, 2008
  2. JStizz

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    i think you guys are holding out on me...
     
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    A 1979 Mk 1 according to blue book is $750 to $900 in excellent condition and $500 - $575 for fair. Nothing mentioned if hardwood or vinyl covering. This is a reissue. Originals were produced in 1971 - 1974 and 1975 - 1978 and are higher value with custom coverings and variations
     
  4. Balance

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    Locally, this year, I've seen people asking about for $1000 for them. I don't know if they're selling or not. Last year, people were asking from $6-700 for them.
     
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    news just came in about his amp after getting it taken in. it was made in November 1977. i also forgot to mention, although this may be obvious, that it is a 1x12 combo, with cream tolex and tweed grill. i just edited the original post to say the same thing.

    thanks to the previous posters for your insight. MORE PLEASE!
     
  6. KennyM

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    Still the best sounding Boogie to me.
     

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