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Rare Vintage 1970s Ludwig vistalite value

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As far as snares go, 'common' Super-Sensitives (i.e. metal) and 'common' Vistas (i.e. not striped) easily fetch $300+ , that's what I've seen. You could work your way from there. Good luck.

Alex

Posted on 10 years ago
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After you decide on a price, if you don't need to sell them right away, list them on the high side and let 'em ride :)

Plenty of my sells have come after multiple re-lists, spanning over months. I just sold an item today that has been listed again and again for 6 months. I got my asking price. This works because you have a kit that doesn't pop up very often. True, it may not be all that desirable but it's very desirable to the one who wants that specific color and you just need patience. Whoever does want your color may pay you premium because again, a set like that doesn't come along every day.

Posted on 10 years ago
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Might have originally been part of a Quadraplus or Octaplus kit . That could explain a concert TT with a conventional FT

~gC
Posted on 10 years ago
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Thanks for your help guys!

Posted on 10 years ago
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I was going to guess it was once a quadra plus but that is a virgin bass drum.

Ludwig old school
Posted on 10 years ago
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