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    I need help finding out how much a 2002 rono custom is worth can sombody help me

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    That depends on how cold it is, and what else in the room will burn.

    Seriously, knock $500-700 off what you paid and you'll probably find a buyer. I think it'll go for up to $1800, depending of course on how fancy it is.



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    thanks for the info but i am not the person selling i found this guy how is selling one and he didn't know the market value so he asked me to find out

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    Ask'm if he's heard from Ron-O, lately!? - several inquiring minds here would like to know!!?? - hee..., hee..

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    i called colorado information and i got his home number but it call disconected and the guy i am hopefully buy mine from lost it

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    In all fairness..., we CAN separate th' guy's "social skills" from his luthier abilities - those who have a RONO seem to be happy with it. For me, I just wouldn't trust the guy with MY money-before-the-mando. Moose.

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    Yes, but if you have one to sell, it may fetch good money, exactly because the maker seems to be unavailable at the moment. I would suggest the usual ploy: put it on eBay with a high reserve, see how high it goes, and if that's good enough for you, relist with no reserve, starting just below that.
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