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#800337
He's saying as long as you don't overpay then you should be able to sell it and get most of your money back.

The advantage of buying second hand is that you're more likely to be able to resell for what you paid. If you buy new you're pretty much guaranteed to lose money when you sell it. So don't buy new unless you think you'll be holding onto it for a while.
#800340
mule wrote:He's saying as long as you don't overpay then you should be able to sell it and get most of your money back.

The advantage of buying second hand is that you're more likely to be able to resell for what you paid. If you buy new you're pretty much guaranteed to lose money when you sell it. So don't buy new unless you think you'll be holding onto it for a while.

Well just as well I already have been doing that for years with vinyl records never pay current market value is my rule so I can always turn around and make some easy dollars
#800729
Bg wrote:
Daza152 wrote:And thanks mule not always easy to decifer what BG is saying. Cheers

"decipher", you're welcome.

but you knew what I meant eh? haha. I've been looking at the Squier Deluxe dam that's a good guitar for the money.
#800732
and what 'squier Deluxe', the one on the moon? the one on reverb.com? the one in your local music shop? the one in your fantasies?

Just sayin' a link would be handy.
#800741
Bg wrote:Just sayin' a link would be handy.

As would capital letters to start sentences... seeing as we’re bringing up grammar, punctuation et al.

Um, was actually meaning our buddy Daza but have just realised Bg fell foul in the post above. Sorry boss :-(
#800743
Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
Bg wrote:Just sayin' a link would be handy.

As would capital letters to start sentences... seeing as we’re bringing up grammar, punctuation et al.

Um, was actually meaning our buddy Daza but have just realised Bg fell foul in the post above. Sorry boss :-(


is ok, I use case when required ;) spelling syntax however should always be correct...