How We Buy Guitars
Why Sell Us Your Guitars
We’ve been buying guitars for over 30 years with thousands of transactions and happy customers. We offer fair prices and easy secure transactions. There are a lot of places where you can sell your guitars including pawn shops, estate sales, Ebay and more buy why put up with the hassles of insincere buyers, returns, shipping damage, disputes, theft and worse. Please consider selling us your guitar, guitar collection, amp, synth or effect.
What We Are Looking For
We’re guitar enthusiasts who appreciate the history, culture, tone and craftsmanship of a good guitar. We’re looking for Fender, Gibson, Martin, Gretsch, Rickenbacker and other popular guitar brands. Moog, Roland, Oberheim, Korg, Mellotronics and other popular synths are also high on our list. We typically buy vintage and used guitars however we will sometimes consider trades if you are looking to change your gear. If you’re selling a large collection or estate please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please see our Collections and Estates page for more details. We are also interested in original cases, receipts and accessories that came with the guitar.
The Buying Process
The first thing we need is a detailed description of your guitar or guitar collection. Please gather the following information for each guitar, synth or amp you are interested in selling.
Serial Number (if present)
Year you purchased the gear or approximately how long you’ve owned it
Any known modifications or repairs
A clear photo of the guitar front, back and if applicable photos of any damaged, modified or repaired areas
Your name and contact details. Please provide a city or region where the items are located so we can include travel or shipping costs in our offer.
Once we understand the gear you have for sale and the condition we will make an offer to buy your instruments. On some occasions we might travel to your location to do an in-person inspection or we might ship the gear to our location for our technicians to assess the condition and any repairs needed to get the guitar back into playable condition.