Professional Guitar Appraisals
I’ve heard it a million times when people come in for vintage guitar appraisals: “There are guitars just like mine listed online from $300 to $3000. Which price is correct?” The answer? Usually neither one! Ascertaining the value of a vintage instrument is something that is learned over years of research and often through painful trial and error. A Google, Ebay, or Reverb search is simply not an effective way to find out what your guitar is worth in most cases. You may end up selling a $30,000 guitar for $10,000, or you may end up listing your guitar at an unrealistically high price point and wasting your time. Just take a look at the high priced vintage guitars listed by most dealers online, they have often been listed for years without selling!
Lucky for you, I’ve been through the years of research and the trial & error associated with buying and selling Gibson, Fender, Martin, Epiphone, Guild and many more. It often only takes me a few minutes to determine an instruments current market value. For that reason, I offer free appraisals to anyone willing to email or text me photos of their instrument(s). All I ask in return is that you tell your friends about me and leave me a Google review online if your technological skills permit you to do so.
Call or Text me at (602) 900-6635 (7 days a week, 7am-10pm MST) or email email@example.com. You can also click the “Contact Me” button below. I service the entire U.S. as well as international customers who speak English, French or Spanish.
For International Customers: Contact me via Whatsapp. My Whatsapp number is +01 (602) 900-6635. Hablo Español. Je Parle Français.
Guitar Insurance Appraisals
You can’t put a price on your collection of vintage instruments or on an heirloom guitar, but insurance companies demand an accurate appraisal backed by facts and figures when you go to insure your instruments. I can officially appraise your instrument, and provide professional documentation that will satisfy an insurance company’s requirements. The cost of an official appraisal with documentation for insurance purposes is $59. Reach out via phone, text or email if you need such an appraisal.