No more cheap plexi Marshalls

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No more cheap plexi Marshalls

Postby Main Street on Sun Jun 26, 2016 8:50 pm

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Re: No more cheap plexi Marshalls

Postby Humbucking on Sun Jun 26, 2016 8:58 pm

Wow. I wonder what I could get for my no issues 67 JTM50 black flag...
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Re: No more cheap plexi Marshalls

Postby LD50 on Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:52 am

That amp had so many issues!

Of course the Mean Street connection may have helped (if there is provenance).
All bleeding stops.......eventually.
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Re: No more cheap plexi Marshalls

Postby gigant0r on Sat Jul 02, 2016 6:29 pm

- "I am sick of the sight of it!"
- "I am NOT a Marshall expert, in fact I hate the things"
- "My loss, but I am fed up trying to sell and describe vintage Marshall, I’ll leave that to the armchair experts out there that populate the various forums. "

This guy has issues too :lol:
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Re: No more cheap plexi Marshalls

Postby BygoneTones on Mon Jul 04, 2016 11:38 am

gigant0r wrote:- "I am sick of the sight of it!"
- "I am NOT a Marshall expert, in fact I hate the things"
- "My loss, but I am fed up trying to sell and describe vintage Marshall, I’ll leave that to the armchair experts out there that populate the various forums. "

This guy has issues too :lol:


:lol: yes that attitude will really help the bids roll in. :nutjob:

I suspect there is a fair amount of shill bidding with that guys stuff (ask a few mates to place high bids). the gear he sells is really nice, but the down side of having a nice inventory like that is you have to pay a lot for it in the first place. so squeezing a profit out of it somehow whilst also paying 13.5% in ebay fees is going to be difficult. Normally you have to be patient and sit on things for a while, rather than adopt a crapulent attitude because it hasnt sold quickly. Too niche a market for instant sales in my opinion, at least if you want premium prices like that.
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