|Originally posted by Lira |
Actually, I don't know, that's why I hesitated
I met this guy in a shop today and he bought it because he wanted to produce house music but realised he wouldn't make money playing electronic music in a samba band, so he's trying to get rid of it. It cost him two thousand dollars (same price in the shop) and he was selling it for 1,200
1,200.. what currency? In USD/AUD I think that's way pricey. Unless it's in absolute mint condition. Even then though, high price :/
The old analogue stuff is kinda hard to set a price for. It's fully a 'supply vs. demand' thing now. If someone wants it bad enough, they'll pay whatever they have to for it.
Edit: Sorry for my laziness Lira, I just looked up your currency. 1200 Real works out to be about AUD$750. That's... somewhere around average (again, depending on supply/demand). Though, I checked ebay , and one went for $589 a couple of weeks ago, in AU.
Shipping is often the killer, so if it's local, it's maybe not such a bad price.
Last edited by Sushipunk on Jul-27-2010 at 09:03