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    high? low? just right?

    I just sold two old school JL 12W6's in a custom sealed box for $130 via craigslist and was seein' if I sold them for a fair price, or if I ripped the person off or vice versa
    obviously too late now to change anything, but was just curious as i've seen them go for significantly more on eBay

    clearly they've both had sloppy surround repairs and re siliconed dust caps but they still sound as clean n loud as day one

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    Re: high? low? just right?

    one of my buddies just recently sold his old 12w6's for $200 with a box on craigslist. they went really quick even at $200

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