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 PGM200 on ebay 
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Is anyone shooting for this?

I'd go for it but I'm not sure that I could justify spending what it'll go for on a 'player condition' axe. It's not even that it's a player, it's the fact that the aging of the clearcoat makes it look dirty.

But! Come on, a PGM200 is on practically everybodies wishlist ;)


Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:20 am
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They should re-release that as a anniversary or whatever.

I want the colored inlays though.


Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:41 am
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When I saw this one listed I knew it would go high just for the simple fact there hasn't been another 200 listed in WAY over a year. But, it has already passed what I thought it would bring for the shape it's in. --Jason

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Thu Aug 28, 2008 2:28 pm
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I was on it, but like Jason, I think it has maxed its value. Whenever someone with 0 feedback is the high bidder, I get suspicious.


Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:27 pm
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Well... $1225.

That's actually bang on what I would've gone up to. The zero feedback bidder just killed it for me. I'm not saying the guy was shilling it, but even so, who's to say that a zero feedback guy is actually serious about bidding? I don't like the thought that I could have to pay more than I should just because some chump was messing around and had no intention of taking the auction seriously.


Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:45 am
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Ibanez249 wrote:
Well... $1225.

That's actually bang on what I would've gone up to. The zero feedback bidder just killed it for me. I'm not saying the guy was shilling it, but even so, who's to say that a zero feedback guy is actually serious about bidding? I don't like the thought that I could have to pay more than I should just because some chump was messing around and had no intention of taking the auction seriously.


I agree completely. I was actually going to toss a bid in, but talked myself out of it by thinking it was just a fixed bridge RG in rough shape.

My money is better spent elsewhere.


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