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Posted 3 years ago

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alisha
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My husband recieved this from his father when he passed away. It is very nice..
It came with this hard case which I believe is the orginal case.
This guitar is number 13 of this series.
Can anyone tell me what this might be worth. I am just curious with it being a Peavey and also being a number 13.
Thank you for all imput.

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  1. Jim Ready, 3 years ago
    Alisha,
    According to the current edition of the Blue Book of Electric Guitars, the Peavey T-60 is valued from $130.00 in "60% Good" condition" to $400.00 in "98% Mint" condition.
    I monitor actual Peavey T-60 sales on eBay, the average selling price of the last dozen or so (with original case) about was $325.00 to $350.00.
    I hope this is helpful.
    Jim (a T-60 collector)
    Peppett199@gmail.com
  2. topjmy, 2 years ago
    Hi Alisha, This is not an average example of a guitar from the T-60 series. The history of this model Peavey is unique and interesting, as it was the first guitar produced by numerical controlled machinery. Your particular guitar has desired features, with a rosewood neck and a 'burst' stain. And serial number 00000013! I am not a professional collector, or dealer, but my opinion is your guitar is worth much more than the typical T-60s for auction on ebay.

    Chip Todd and Hartley Peavey producd these guitars. They of course kept the first two examples for themselves. Serial Numbers 00000001 and 00000002 of this model are pictured at the link below which also contains a history of the model T-60, production facts, and links to many T-60 brochures and manuals.
    Never mind the nefarious site name: http://t60mafia.com/
    Enjoy,
    James

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