How can I value this custom USA Washburn?

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  1. BoredomKills

    BoredomKills Thall.

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    Hey guys, So I've had this guitar since January and I've decided I wanted to know the value of it because i'm not using it to its full potential (I barely use the floyd or the sustainiac at all) So i'm looking to get rid of it in the future.
    So I wanted to know how I could possibly value it? Or maybe a member could give me a ballpark estimate? I'm not a washburn expert at all so I was hoping one of you might be.

    Here's what I know about the guitar.
    -Made in Washburns USA Custom shop (2011)
    -Only 6 made ever, this was a very limited run of Washburns
    -Sustainiac Stealth Pro installed
    -Seymour Duncan Distortion installed
    -Original Floyd Rose istalled
    -bolt on neck
    -Rosewood fingerboard
    -stainless steel frets
    -Tremstop installed
    -Special "Ghost Red" Matte finish (You can feel the grain of the wood through the finish)
    -Brand new condition, only played twice, no damage at all.

    EDIT: Woops, didnt see the stickied thread above me, posting there now.
     

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    noise in my mind SS.org Regular

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    generally in the used market it can be around 3/4's to half of what you paid for it. This all depends on the demand. Usually custom instruments are harder to sell. It seems like a pretty sweet guitar though!
     
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    Thanks man, i'm just trying to get rid of it or trade it to another member on here and see it put up to some good use, I cant really justify having a guitar like this :lol:
     
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