Old audio equipment value & other thoughts
My wife and I are looking at buying our first house, which is prompting a cleanout of my storage/workroom. Among the many precious artifacts therein are an old mixer board, an old guitar amp, and a PA-style speaker/monitor. I've used them over the years for music at numerous occasions, and (at one time) as impromptu TV speakers. Everything has a nice clear tone, but I really don't have much use for it all anymore.
The problem is that, should I sell it, I have no idea what to sell it for. I know there are some 70's audiophiles out there who might find some of this of value (the mixer/amp is 1973, I think), but I really don't have a clue. Any thoughts on value or ideas of what one should do with these kinds of things?
For reference, the mixer is a Yamaha EM-70 (not to be confused with the later M-70), the guitar AMP is a Sears 26121 model, and the PA monitor is in a "Crate" enclosure, rated for 100w, and has a horn and a woofer (~12") in it. Here are some pics, as well.
The Yamaha Mixer/Amplifier:
The guitar amp:
As always, any thoughts are appreciated :thumb:
KijijiRegina if you want to sell
Does your local High schoole have a music program. Kidds in Music or a local kidds into music would love that.
:punk: Rock on
Edit : This guy may be able to give you getter idea of price
Wanted: Wanted Dead Tube Amps - Regina Musical Instruments For Sale - Kijiji Regina Canada.
You might get 50 or 100 bucks for the lot.. but that is about it. That equipment is a dime a dozen in major urban areas.
Meh. 50 or 100 is probably what I paid for it years ago, I think, so I can't complain.
Thanks for the input, fellas. This stuff is totally out of my normal realm...
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