Re: bass values question


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Posted by Reed on July 29, 2000 at 20:18:34:

In Reply to: Re: bass values question posted by larry eastham on July 29, 2000 at 18:30:00:

: : : i have a john juzek chek strad copy with a round back. it is spruce top and the tuners are heavly engraved. heavy flaming on sides and back. the purfling is inlayed wood and makes a double circle going into a shield design. need help determining value.. help!
: : : also have a johann otto nuemberg strad copy that is check made. flat back copy of cremona 1721 with wood tunners. need help with value.
: : : also have a hearold jaeger flat back check that is a copy of cremona 1733. it is a spruce top also.
: : : any help any one can give will be greatly appreicated...
: RE: Depending on the shape it is in, the Juzek is worth anywhere from 4.000 to 8,000 USD. Sounds like Its made with the old wood, a good luthier would know.The other ones, without know how old they are, I can't say. Anything made after the 68 revolution is probably poorly made, worth about 2500 to 6000 USD
depending again on what kind of shape it is in. You really should take it to a shop for an on-sight estimate.





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