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Price check on '64 ES 335

solsurfr

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Forum brothers... have been researching prices on a '64 ES 335. Found this thread from LPF regarding a '63 ES 335 --> http://bit.ly/19r0yoA

Curious if, a year or so later, these prices are still in play. Thread suggests prices anywhere from $12-$20K depending on condition, originality... The '64 335 I'm reviewing has new frets and nut otherwise clean, original, with original case. No bigsby. Seller wants $25K. Thoughts?

:hmm
 

chinbb

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Might wanna get some closeup pics especially on the fingerboard. I think I spotted some divots near the second fret.
 

bern1

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Not sure about the factor of 2 but definitely a high price for a refret. Red 64's command the "Clapton" premium though...
 

Hardrockmapletop

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Buy a '59 345 and save $9k+.
You get the big neck, Mickey Mouse ears, and if you're lucky some white bobbins. :2cool
 

GuitarMikey

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$25k seems high for sure. I've purchased two 64's in the past 3 years. One cherry and one sunburst. Both stop tails, very clean and all original with cases. Both under $15k.
 

turk

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Forum brothers... have been researching prices on a '64 ES 335. Found this thread from LPF regarding a '63 ES 335 --> http://bit.ly/19r0yoA

Curious if, a year or so later, these prices are still in play. Thread suggests prices anywhere from $12-$20K depending on condition, originality... The '64 335 I'm reviewing has new frets and nut otherwise clean, original, with original case. No bigsby. Seller wants $25K. Thoughts?

:hmm

Too high. I would say 16K -> 18K.
 

ES345

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No PAF's right, i'm glad they are on the way back up but maybe 15K or so, i am a total non expert, nor do i follow the prices much anymore but 25K, i think way high.
 

solsurfr

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It seems that $15-$20K is the range based on many of the responses and current listings that I've seen... :hmm
 
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