The deal is trading my in Masaru Kohno 1982 and me paying 2000 euro...
My instinct tells me an exchange price of €1500 would seem closer to the mark.
Not if the Paco Marin is "worth" only 3000 euro I value my -82 to 3000-4000, its looks almost new. Also has BR back and sides, and is signed by Kohno.petermc61 wrote: ↑Thu May 25, 2017 12:43 pmMy instinct tells me an exchange price of €1500 would seem closer to the mark.
Yes, Miles is a great guy. I've taked to him before. Thank you for reminding me.
I can assure you that the deal (ofc) didn't take place Thank you.MessyTendon wrote: ↑Fri May 26, 2017 6:00 pmNo deal..sight unseen...Don't do it. The Kohno has a loyal following. The Marin guitar, I know nothing about. But I can tell that the Kohno and higher end Japanese guitars have a market niche, that is always there...Higher end guitars often sell for so much less than they were new.
I just don't see how the risk is worth the reward. Maybe the guitar sounds pretty good, but to lose one guitar and 2,000 euro, that's a big price to pay for an unknown.
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