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 · Perusing GC's used gear for examples of what I have reveals I'd be trading something they sell for $350-400 and something they sell for $644 (an AC30cc2, but mine has UK Blues and that one has the Wharfedales, so mine would go for a couple hundred more). So figure $800-850 for the amp (their sale price) and $350 for the cab (same).

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Hey! I found this little tip when it comes to buying used, great condition DJ gear off of Guitar Center website. Often times in smaller cities, the used department will price their DJ gear at a lower price than other places such as a bigger city.

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 · I tried to sell a Hamer Flying V and they didn't offer very much - so I kept the guitar and sold it on eBay. They do low-ball - but if you don't want the hassle of selling AND you're going to buy something at the store, then selling to GC shouldn't be out of the question.