Adam wrote: ↑
Thu May 31, 2018 3:28 am
If this was in the US I would be severely tempted.
italian_job wrote: ↑
Thu May 31, 2018 2:22 pm
As I got a few people interested, all from outside Europe.
I'd like to thank them for the interest they have shown and take the opportunity to let everyone know I wouldn't be able to apply for Cites certification, hence restricting the sale to Europe.
Laudiesdad69 wrote: ↑
Wed May 23, 2018 10:17 pm
riemsesy wrote: ↑
Wed May 23, 2018 9:19 pm
sorry to hear you have to let this guitar go under these circumstances
Penalties for knowingly violating ESA or CITES include fines up to $50,000 ... I was lucky to receive the Yamaha GC22s in superb condition.
good luck selling it
Yeah, I just don’t want to deal with the CITES paperwork. $1600 US would be a good deal for someone living in the UK or elsewhere. It’s still a fair deal for someone living in the states. There is a 2NE on Reverb right now for $1500. Really makes my 4NE look like a bargain. I will give it some time. Someone in the states will pick it up.
Hi. Regarding to several messages recently posted also in other guitar advertisements in this forum I will explain my case.
I've been thinking if it's worthwhile to ask for a CITES certificate for this guitar (it has Madagascar Rosewood). In the past weeks I started to ask for information about the procedures. First, I went to Spain's economic department to register myself just to be able to ask for the document via Internet. A week later they gave me the authorization. Now, to get the certificate, I need to fill an application with the personal data of the buyer and, additionally, to pay €20 (I attach part of this document. Points 3 and 5 are the ones that I have to fill in with the information of the buyer / importer). This means that I need to spend the €20 (probably not refundable) and to find a reliable
buyer because, besides that is a very annoying procedure, I would not be able to sell the guitar to anyone else in about 4 weeks and the certificate is only valid for that person and for 6 months.
After getting the CITES certificate I'll need to ask and to submit an Inspection Document for Species Subject to Control (DIESAC), a document that is very important to pass the customs and will join the CITES doc. At this point I would ask for the money of the guitar to the buyer and send him the instrument. I think that's it.
It's worthwhile? In my case, I am not sure, but maybe shipping the guitar outside the EU depends on the possible (reliable) buyer (of course, the buyer also needs to trust me).
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