LTD ESP SC-607b Natural Gloss

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by awkward_touch, Mar 11, 2021.

price?

Poll closed Mar 16, 2021.
  1. 600$-700$

    50.0%
  2. 700$-800$

    12.5%
  3. 800$-900$

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  4. 900$-1000$

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  5. 1000$-1100$

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  1. awkward_touch

    awkward_touch SS.org Regular

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    hi comrads from mother russia.
    I have some intresting in demand for LTD SC-607b natural gloss 2006.
    How you thinking what price is it now? Here in russia we had degradation of market and here you can't find some special and cant sell some special by real price.
    1000$ is this adequate price for that one rare guitar?
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  2. FitRocker33

    FitRocker33 My tone is tighter than my hamstrings

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    Are y’all still only allowed to have 90’s era Polaroid cameras in mother Russia? That pic quality is awful lol

    all kidding aside I’ve never seen an all natural finish carpenter 7 from that time period. Almost wondering if the paint was removed? I could be totally wrong..
     
  3. awkward_touch

    awkward_touch SS.org Regular

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    sry for that shoot)) it's from far past time. no, man, this is real covering from factory. only mahogany and varnish
     
  4. buck fever

    buck fever SS.org Regular

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    Those guitars went for $500 a year ago and prices have doubled.

    why have used guitars gotten so expensive in the last year?
     
  5. MaxOfMetal

    MaxOfMetal Likes trem wankery. Super Moderator

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    Scarcity of new ones due to supply chain disruptions and stimulus checks for the most part.
     
  6. buck fever

    buck fever SS.org Regular

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    That makes perfect sense!
     
  7. awkward_touch

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    i disagree. it coasted 1,300$+, and for most it does not deteriorate over time, still beautifull, still powerfull and gets rare throught the time
     
  8. buck fever

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    I mean I hear you and I agree - they’re awesome guitars and have become classics in my collection.

    That said, I’ve bought three SC-607b natural in the last 2 years and all were in excellent used condition and I never paid more than $575. Twice on Reverb, once on Craigslist.

    I do think that’s too low a price for these guitars. They’re once of my favorite lines; I have the purple 1 hum, sct-607b green, the sc-607b natural and have had a 608b. Very well made, easy playing, versatile guitars.
     
  9. Dan_Vacant

    Dan_Vacant Hi I'm Dan.

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    With you being in russia. The results will vary, I believe a large majority of the forum is in the u.s. Or eastern europe. I general see them anywhere between $500-$800. But as others mentioned used prices are high right now.
     
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  10. Hatebreeder94

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    Hi comrade!
    I'm not from Russia, but from Moldova, our instrument market here is in even worse shape.

    But, I recently bought an SC-607 without the 'B', 25.5" scale for 620 Euros on our local used market.
    But, I suppose it was my luck to find it in very good shape + ESP case included for such a good price.

    Just for the context :)
     
  11. tarzegetakizerd

    tarzegetakizerd SS.org Regular

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    to be fair, the "b" is worth a premium over the non-"b" variants. baritone scale 7s are more preferable over 25.5" ones.
     
  12. Emperoff

    Emperoff Not using 5150s Contributor

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    How so? That is entirely subjective.
     
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  13. Musiscience

    Musiscience Hail the Ibbyborn!

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    You know best, as most people posting over here are not from Russia and most probably don't know the Russian market. If you think that it's worth 1000$ locally, then try selling it for that and see what offers you get.

    Also, I'm not sure why, but I read your entire post with a thick Russian accent :lol:
     

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