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    I want to offload two of my pedals. Need advice on price. Both pedals are in good working order and and condition.

    First is a the black box Big Muff Pi, the one that came in wooden box 20 years ago, smelled of lead paint, etc... Better than "good" condition on this one.

    Second is a Morley Bad Horsie Wah (first one, not the second one all over eBay). It's more used than the Pi, but still in great shape.

    No pics at the moment; have to dig them out of the closet.

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    I'd take a look at Reverb.com and see what those pedals are going for and then look at sold listings and see what they sell for. That'll at least give you a ballpark of what they're selling for.
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    I used the price guides on Reverb. That tells you what people are actually paying. Things sold pretty quickly but I got a fair price.

    Since everyone wants the Russian Big Muffs now, you might be able to price a little higher than market to see what you get.
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    Thanks gentlemen!

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    Man, their prices are all over the place!

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    Nice, my Muff Pi is a v8. Does anyone know of a site where I can get an idea of which Morley I have?

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    Reverb sold listings don't include shipping fees,,,,,which are themselves all over the place.
    Still it gives a general idea. If you watch the for-sale listings of a specific product you will quickly see which ones sell for what price and you'll already know what that seller was charging for shipping,,,,if one isn't too stoned to remember lol.

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    That is a succinct possibility.. I was just gonna ship "for free". Do I have to use their shipping? I know there are fees. Do they hold my money like PayPal/eBay?

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    You should sell the Big Muff to me..... now $50 -Whats your Paypal?

    Nah, OP -I'd price a little on the high side of Reverb if you have the wooden box in very good condition -Late 90s or early 2000s in good/very good condition?

    Probably $200?

    My reasoning is -people will pay a premium for an old pedal with the box that doesn't have your scars and smudges on it.
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    No box. Probably in a closet somewhere in my mother's house. I'll be listing it for $160

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