It's baaack! Maestro for sale again....

Posted: 11/2/2005 5:18:16 PM

From: Los Angeles

Joined: 3/8/2005

$250 and reserve is still not met:

Posted: 11/3/2005 1:26:41 AM

From: COWafornia

Joined: 3/23/2005

How do you play that kind?
Posted: 11/3/2005 6:44:23 AM
Charlie D

From: England

Joined: 2/28/2005

You move both arms up and down, but apparently they're really difficult to use. You wouldn't want to buy one to play music on, and yet I expect those who were looking for a theremin to make sound effects on wouldn't want to spend all that money on a vintage Maestro.

The seller really needs a vintage electronics collector.

In a shameless advert however, my theremin is faring annoyingly well at Ebay. It's already passed it's reserve, so I might as well promote it as much as possible. It's a pretty good price for people in Europe:

But anyway. Back to Maestro.
Posted: 11/3/2005 9:18:42 AM

From: COWafornia

Joined: 3/23/2005

You did an EXCELENT job with the presentation. Not a bad performance BTW for 4 weeks.
Posted: 12/2/2005 6:52:07 AM

From: COWafornia

Joined: 3/23/2005

It went eventualy for about $500.
Posted: 12/2/2005 10:34:05 AM

From: Hillsborough, NC (USA)

Joined: 2/13/2005

That just baffles me. It just goes to prove P.T. Barnum's point... there's a sucker born every minute. Even for historical/collection purposes, I just don't see that model being worth anything close to $500.
Posted: 12/30/2005 10:09:57 PM

From: tokyo, japan

Joined: 12/12/2005

looks like a good price if this one's anything to go by:


188,000JPY = 1,600USD!

Surely there's a mistake.

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