Zoinks yo. Check what this piezo edge went for

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  1. Scott

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    holy crap
     
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    ...and how much are the guitars which these are in? lol
     
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    I think that is a stupid price...but,it seems its value is determined by need/want.
     
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    "Supply and demand?", I know Im hardly one to be a smart ass right now, lol. :wavey:
     
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    that price and it's missing a place for a string?! that's retarded.
     
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    I've been watching aug2590's auctions for quite a while. Their business is parting out guitars. The reason all their auctions end at ridiculously high prices is because they ship worldwide. Look at the winner of this auction. They're from Brazil. Perhaps it's not even possible to get a piezo Edge there as a part. Also, the US dollar is not very strong relative to other currencies. That will tend to make the auctions go higher.
     
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    Actually, Ibanez doesn't offer the Double Edge as a replacement/aftermarket part largely because installation is a royal pain in the ass, and with all the routing involved probably more trouble than it's worth.

    While you can get an DE-equipped guitar for $600 US, give or take, frankly I'm not surprised it went that high - I was guessing 4-500 while waiting for the page to open. It's a part that's just not readily available, and it's the only double locking piezo equipped trem in existance, as far as I know.
     
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