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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Exotic, Feb 23, 2021.
Heck yeah.....what's £13,500 anyway, like forty bucks?
What's interesting is that Marshall's archivist values the amp at £8,000-10,000. Of course, I don't see a date on the appraisal letter so it could be from the '90s. Who knows? I'd offer £7,500 if I had the cash to spend on it.
With Marshall's inconsistencies over the years who knows what it sounds like ? For that kind of money it better come with a mute button for the wife and new tires for the truck.
LOL!! damn scammers. as if that amp is worth that price. lunacy.
This just in, selling my JCM900DR, vintage amp, Jimi Hendrix and Muddy Waters toured with it. Mint condition. 25k its yours.... lol
and we wil throw in a boat ride. lol
Wow thats a lot of cash for that! I wonder if and when someone with more money than brains will go for it!?
"Collection & viewing can be arranged at the London Workshop - more pictures available on request ..."
When sellers ask crazy high prices on ebay/reverb, they're sending a subtle message that they want you to contact them for a private/direct sale, so they don't have to pay ebay/reverb fees.
The quote above makes it even more blatant. It's saying "come into the store for a viewing, or call/email for questions or pics and we'll talk about the real price."
Not far off
that is very sneaky
It’ll go nice with the two celestions I saw for 10 grand on eBay.
Some of these owners probably don't want to sell their beloved gear with decades of cherished memories but sometimes need money and so just put obscene prices that they will take to part from it knowing the chances are very slim to none and they need to come up with the cash another way.