AmonRa wrote:does this mean that it's okay to buy a hang from a friend at the original price and PanArt will accept to retune it later? Do they ask for proof or something, or do they just refuse any hanghang with a different owner?
omrhythm wrote:It should be noted that PanArt's policy is that the instrument not be sold for more than ORIGINAL purchase price, as paid to panart. For 1st generation, this was 300 Euro. So, even if she "gives it away" for $1500, this is not within panart policy. They take no account for the following which add to the overall ownership cost: shipping, insurance, inflation, travel to get it, currency exchange, etc. They did in fact deny a retune to someone who paid 1500 Euro for a 1st gen Hang because it was "500% profit from original price". 1500 Euro is a give-away price, so the policy is really not a policy but an statement of idealistic frustration and an imposed (attempted) control of the marketplace.
As far as what it will likely bring: if a sufficient video is provided for a legitimate sale without sketchy details (like I am travelling during the auction, etc), and the Hang is in balanced tune with itself, then it will likely fetch $4000 or more.
NickT wrote:There have been other companies that have re-tuned or 'freshened up' a hang - Pantheon Steel have carried out this service and there is another person in Europe whose had their hang tuned independently, but i'm buggered if I can find their thread in the board?
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