Ibanez RG7620 '98 MIJ or trade for a baritone 7-string

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    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Ibanez RG 7620, made in Japan in 1998 (serial no. F98....), the early production model with the Universe neck profile. Lo-Pro Edge-7 tremolo, DiMarzio pickups, needs no introduction. The guitar does have a few dings & dents, mostly the usual RG-wear around the edges. Tried to capture them in the pics. Trem is working flawlessly, no tuning issues, don't have the trem bar though.
    Modifications (if any): bridge pickup replaced with an Evolution-7
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): gigbag
    Location (City,State or City,Country): Budapest, Hungary, EU
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    References Required (eBay or other forum userid): check my iTrader here
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): trades for fixed bridge 7-stringers with a longer scale length in the same price range, like Agile Septor Elite 727, Schecter Loomis NT, Ibanez RG 7421XL, might consider an RG 1077XL plus a little cash on my end
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    Prefer to trade within the EU to cut shipping costs, but I will listen to international offers as well.
     
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    I'm primarily looking for a 7-string with at least 26,5" scale length, 'cause we use drop G tuning and it's better with a baritone instrument. Agile Septor Elites, Schecter Loomis models, Schecter 007 Blackjacks or C7 Blackjacks (preferably older, Korean made ones) would do the trick in a straight trade. I'd go for Ibanez RG1077 XL's as well, with cash on my end.
     
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    If the frets are near mint, and if you can pay shipping both ways, ive got a fantastic condition agile septor 727. And also, if you're willing to ship first, because it's my only guitar. It's purple quilted top, neck thru, string thru, you know what else.includes SSC and shipped in original agile box. Maple fretboard to. Active Cepheus pickups. Just pm me back.
     
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    You've got PM, sir! :)
     
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    Pic update! Took some close-ups of the dings & nicks, also fretwear and tremolo. Also decided to drop the price, 500€ shipped within the EU, 450€+shipping outside the EU.

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    Close-ups of nicks and dents, bought the guitar in this condition, the previous owner didn't take care of packaging the tremolo unit carefully (shipped it with the neck removed) and it had beaten the finish during transportation of the guitar.

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