FWIW, an after market esoteric nut is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist, and a great way to convert your money into someone else’s.
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corsair wrote:And the answer will the answer that is pretty universal, I feel... whatever someone's willing to pay!! ...
Totally agree. Some might look at a Pantera and say a couple hundred bucks since it is 80's pointy guitar from a company that no longer exists. Some may say that's a rare find and I want to have the same guitar the Trevor Rabin played and be willing to pay a ton.
What's it worth to you is the real question? I got my 390 for about 400 USD with shipping, but it needed a new finish - Easily worth it to me.
I have seen some really nice ones go for over a 1000. If I had the cash to spend I might be willing to pay that.
Any higher than that and it isn't worth it to me, but someone else might grab it up in a second.