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We have an inherited, (brother in law bought it but gave up pdq) near mint condition with bag. I am allowed to sell it but know nothing about them. I need to know, how it rates and what sellers look for as need to ebay it. Hope someone can help. Daughter is left handed so uses her own.

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There are 4 on ebay at the moment. One buy it now for £180

I'd watch them all and any others that come up over a couple of weeks to see what the average is :wink:

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Thanks Moderator6. We have sold two things on ebay, worries me tbh lol. I wonder if minimum and tter.uction is ber

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the name fender in electric guitars will always do good, but their acoustic guitars are not very sought after, £180 sounds about right for a minter with case,

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Thanks Tomplumb, I can't believe how pricey instruments are. My OH plays clarinet, flute, tin whistle and mandolin. He was saying how his mandolin has gone up in price. I suppose they cost more to import these days. £180 sounds steep for a used guitar.

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down the left hand side there is an option "Show only" : "completed listings" If you tick this, you can see whether buy it nows sold and how much auctions went for.

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