Ibanez Concord Model 699

Posted by Chris Koski on Thu, 05/20/99 - 20:52:40.
In Reply to Chris B's Music

Have an Ibanez as above over 20 years old. Just wondering what is the approximate value?

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Ibanez Concord 699

If you are selling one I might be interested. I heard thes guitars sound pretty good

699 12

i have one im looking to sell in great shape barley played kept in a hardshell case the case is very nice aswell id sell with it make me an offer

Ibanez Concord 699

I have a 699s that I bought new in 1974. I wouldn't part with it for any amount of $$$. I'd have to spend thousands to get one that sounds as good to replace it. I haven't gigged with it much but have played it a lot at home and jamming with others. Everyone comments about how good it sounds. The blond wood on the top has darkened a little with age so it looks as pretty as it sounds.

If yours is anywhere near as nice as mine and you still have it up for sale, I wouldn't even think about taking anything less than $500 for the guitar alone.

concord

might be interested in your concord - i've heard they sound good
the most i'd spend is $200 since i've never played one

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

: Have an Ibanez as above over 20 years old. Just wondering what is the approximate value? all blond.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

: Have an Ibanez as above over 20 years old. Just wondering what is the approximate value?
it is same as new.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

According to the 2002 blue book in excellent condition almost $700. I am still trying to get an estimate on the value of my 699 12 string, can't locate that guitar anywhere (other than my closet)

699 rebuild

I am repairing my 74 699. Cracked bridge and warped face. I removed the bridge and the flattening is in progress. I can't seem to find an Ibanez replacement bridge. Any ideas? I bought this in HS new and want to get it back in playing shape.

Also looking to perhaps replace the tuning keys.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

these are available on eBay in the 300.00-350.00 dollar range in excellent condition. I have 2, they are great guitars for the money.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

This may sound a little crazy, but a few years ago i had to sell my ibanez concord model 699 due to financial reasons. So lately ive been trying to track it down. I live in baltimore maryland, so im thinking it didnt get too far. There is a quarter sized gouge on the left side by the neck and as far as i know, thats the only way i could ID it. If anyone knows someone with an ibanez concord purchased in baltimore MD, e-mail me id like to talk with you. This guitar was my moms and it would mean a lot to get it back.

I believe I have your ibanez concord 699

Mine fits the description. I bought it in maryland from a private seller.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

: i think i have your guitar im getting ready to sell for 700.00 dollars i live in ohio truly amazing guitar.

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: Have an Ibanez as above over 20 years old. Just wondering what is the approximate value?

I bought mine from my girl friend, now wife, for $250 in 1979. It has aged very well and sounds better now than it did then. I would not part with mine for less than $500. Then again, I will never sell this guitar as I expect it sound even nicer in another 25 years!

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

: Have an Ibanez as above over 20 years old. Just wondering what is the approximate value?

I have a 699 and could not put a value on it

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

I have one too. Killer guitar. Sold for $199.00 in 1978.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

I don't understand all you guys! Or maybe somethin's wrong with me!! I Just got a 699 from my mom that she bought back in the mid 70's, she had never played it and the strings didn't need to be changed, and i thought It soundd terrible! Then again I may be wrong I don't know much about folk, guitars.

Re: Ibanez Concord Model 699

Man I don't know how you were playing it...lol. In my opinion it is the best sounding 6 string guitar that i've ever heard. My step -dad has one that his dad bought in the seventies and it sounds phenomenal. I think that yours may not have sounded as good b/c it was never played much. As a guitar ages and the more you play it, the better it begins to sound b/c the wood begins to change shape a bit and settle into a more natuaral state. That guitar is about the only 6 string that i would give up my 12 string for. My hat's off to ibanez.

P.S. does anyone know where i can find a used one in good shape, or something that sounds remotely as good....preferably something from around that time period. thanx guys.

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