Well well well, what do we have here.
Judging from just looks, the set appears to be of entry level. Which has a very low resale vaule unfortunately. Were you planning on selling all the hardware and cymbals a long with the set?
Let me know what the brand is and I'll be able to help you out!
EDIT: Nevermind, I just saw the Peavy logo on the bass.
I'm going to be harsh in my honesty right now. You will be lucky to get $100 out of that set. They retail for around 375. Entry level sets lose half if not more of their value the second you walk out the door from buying them.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news!
EDIT #2: If you are going to continue to play, shoot me a PM and I'll give you some tips on how to set up your drums properly so you don't hurt the muscles and tendons in your arms. With the angles of those drums, if you continue to play like that, you are going to hurt your arms and hands. Also, this is a common problem but easily fixed. You're bass drum is actually backwards. The clamp that holds the stand for the two tops should he AWAY from you and not close to you. This allows for a more compact set up, and also lets you get to those Toms with more ease. It also allow for your right foot to play with proper technique.
BUT, you were just asking for the price, so I won't critique anymore!
This post has been edited by blackcelldrumr15: 03 October 2008 - 08:53 PM