Sell My Vintage Guitar
Do you have a classic guitar or amplifier you would like to sell? I am always a buyer for quality vintage guitars, amplifiers, effects, etc. You can contact me to sell a vintage guitar. Click here to Sell a Fender Guitar or here to Sell a Gibson guitar. True Vintage Guitar is a vintage guitar shop, online music store, and professional guitar dealer.
You can reach me at these pages to sell a vintage guitar:
Take some basic photos and click the "Contact Me" button in the lower right of your screen. Let me know what kind of guitar you have and send me your pictures. I buy vintage guitars from all over the United States. I can help by either coming to you or arranging for professional packing, shipping, and insurance. I’m happy to help you with questions like “what is my vintage Gibson guitar worth?” or “how much is my vintage Fender guitar worth?”
Click the red "Contact Me" button in the lower right hand part of your screen to send information about your guitar. I can't wait to check it out!
Where to sell vintage guitars? Find a passionate buyer.
A good friend once said of vintage guitars, “Always buy what you love.” I love classic, American made guitars and amplifiers made up until 1978. I’m looking to buy guitars made by Fender Electric Instrument Company, Gibson, C. F. Martin and Co., and all other American made guitars.
I would love to talk to you about selling your vintage, American made guitar or amplifier. I promise to treat you with the utmost respect and be transparent throughout our dealing. I am happy to either purchase outright or consign your piece for you. I’m always out on the road buying so I may be able to come to you. If that isn’t possible then my insurance company can make shipping easy and stress free (no risk for you!). Together we can find the player or collector who will cherish your instrument as much as its original owner.
HOW OLD IS MY GUITAR?
I can help with that. Let's start by getting some pictures of your guitar. Serial numbers on Gibson and Fender guitars can be very misleading so I've got to see what your guitar looks like in order to inform a serial number or factory order number.
Here are a few links for help with dating your vintage guitar: