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    Default FS/FT: Taylor GS Mini

    I received this brand new last week - tuned and strummed a few chords and put it back in its case.

    I’d be interested in trading for an ukulele (preferably a tenor) of equal value or a reasonable cash offer (preferably with local meet up in Philadelphia, PA).

    Solid Spruce Top - GigBag included - Taylor Paperwork/Warranty (not filled out)

    Non-smoking home.

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    Still available!

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    Update: the guitar is now located in Hollidaysburg, PA - would love to sell or trade locally. I hate seeing an instrument not being played.

    Reason for location change: parents were kind enough to bring me home and out of the city

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    Hi Thaidye39,
    What’s your asking price?

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    I was hoping for a trade, but I’d accept best reasonable cash offer, too!

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    What's the reasonable price? Not like we want to get into a bidding war.

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    For what it's worth, it's virtually impossible to offer a trade for "equal value" or make a "reasonable cash offer" if one doesn't know what you (or whoever else may have bought it new) paid for the guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mds725 View Post
    For what it's worth, it's virtually impossible to offer a trade for "equal value" or make a "reasonable cash offer" if one doesn't know what you (or whoever else may have bought it new) paid for the guitar.
    Apologies, the guitar sells new at the big box stores for $499.

    I am the only owner.

    Thanks for your tip.

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    A simple Google search will tell a prospective buyer what the guitar retails for. As for what the seller paid for it? That's nobody's business, in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    A simple Google search will tell a prospective buyer what the guitar retails for. As for what the seller paid for it? That's nobody's business, in my opinion.
    Id agree, but try not to argue.

    At any rate, someone found it easy to find the value and make a reasonable cash offer and the guitar is sold.

    Thanks everyone, stay safe out there

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