Blues Vintage Guitars, Inc.
Gabriel Hernandez
(615) 613-1389
Nashville, TN
9:48 AM
Our retail business hours are Monday thru Friday, 10 am to 6 pm, and Saturdays, 11 am to 3 pm. However, you can schedule a private appointment or call us anytime to discuss your collection, or any instrument or piece of gear we have in stock, by calling us at 1.888.407.2717 or 1.615.613.1389. Thank you!

We accept all forms of payment, including all cash, major credit cards, money orders, cashier's checks, bank wire transfers, PayPal, etc. If you have any questions about payment, please call us BEFORE making your purchase. Thanks!

We offer WORLDWIDE shipping via Fedex at very competitive rates and fully insured. Customers must contact us for an accurate shipping quote before paying for any item. Shipping charges vary based on the value of each item, and where it's going. All Continental USA orders ship via Fedex Ground, however upgrades to Priority and/or Next Day services are available at cost. Again, customers must contact us for an accurate shipping quote prior to paying for any item. NOTE: Because we use Fedex exclusively for shipping, we can offer very competitive AND AFFORDABLE International rates. To secure a Fedex INTERNATIONAL GREAT RATE simply call or email us your exact shipping address and we'll get back to you within 24 hours with a shipping rate based on package dimensions and destination. Additionally, all international customers are fully responsible for any/all Customs taxes, tariffs, duty, currency exchange rates, etc. We also will not mark any item as a "Gift", nor do we declare a lower value on any item for the sake of saving money on Customs, duty taxes, tariffs, etc. ALL PACKAGES SHIPPED - REGARDLESS OF DESTINATION - REQUIRE AN ADULT SIGNATURE FOR DELIVERY. There are no exceptions to this requirement. Thanks!

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE MAKING A PURCHASE – At Blues Vintage Guitars, Inc., we want you to be happy with your purchase. To that end, and because of the inherent value of our products, we strive to properly describe all of our guitars and other merchandise as accurately as possible. It’s what we do, and it’s what we’re known for. We’re happy to answer ANY and ALL questions PRIOR to you making your purchase, so if you’ve got questions that need answers then PLEASE ASK THEM!! In a nutshell, we try to PREVENT returns before they happen. We don’t want to send our guitars across the country only to have them returned less than a week later. We don’t like it, and our guitars don’t like it. It’s that simple. So again, please ask as many questions as you wish PRIOR to making your purchase … because while every once in a blue moon there is a need to accept a return, it’s simply not something that happens with any frequency at Blues Vintage Guitars. Now, in some cases – guitar purchases ONLY, and ALL of which are agreed to PRIOR to purchase – we do allow a 24-hour approval period that begins as soon as the parcel is signed for. If after all available remedies have been exhausted there is still a need for a return, then the following guidelines apply: You must immediately call Blues Vintage Guitars, Inc. for a Return Authorization Number … NO RETURN WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A RETURN AUTHORIZATION NUMBER; Return arrangements must be made within 48 hours of receipt of the parcel; Any refunds will be less shipping costs both ways and any applicable credit card fees; You will be charged a restocking fee of 15% of the final purchase price minus any shipping charges; You may use your refund for store credit on another "In Stock" item; The returning item must have a Return Authorization Number given to you by a Blues Vintage Guitars representative; Any item being returned without an Return Authorization Number will be refused; The returning item must be shipped back in the same manner in which it was received; If there is any damage to the item due to insufficient packing, the return will be refused and no refund will be issued; All returns must be insured for the full amount of purchase price; We will not accept a return if the item has been modified in any way; Returns are not accepted on layaway items, as all layaway sales are final and will be treated as such; Returns of any kind are not accepted on any custom orders; And each sale is handled on a case-by-case basis. Thanks!

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1997 Epiphone Broadway Custom VC (Varitone Control)

$1,799.99
The Epiphone Broadway model has typically been one of the company's most underrated models, which makes this particular example that much more desirable. This is an Epiphone Broadway from 1997 with a gorgeous 3-color Sunburst finish (a la Fender). But this one is different is that it was custom made for an fairly prominent Nashville guitarist. The artist was in the market for a nice jazz box-type...
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1966 Vox Wildcat (V254)

$1,000
Affordable - and VERY cool - 1966 Vox Wildcat! This is another one of those guitars you don’t see often, and when you do they’re usually in poor shape. This one, however, is not. There is moderate weather checking on the body, both front and back, but it takes nothing away from this guitar’s tone and playability. Everything on this guitar is original, including the tuners and pickguard. The...
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1998 James Goodall Rosewood Standard (RS)

$3,400
A very desirable 1998 James Goodall Rosewood Standard (RS), made in Hawaii. One of Goodall’s original - and most popular - non-traditional designs, and made during his time in Hawaii ... where many consider he made his finest guitars to date! This one has a perfect Sitka spruce top, East Indian Rosewood back and sides, and unprecedented attention to details not typically found in today’s acoustic...
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~1955 Silvertone Model 653 “Kentucky Blue”

$800
We think the Silvertone 653 “Kentucky Blue” model is one of the prettiest guitars EVER, but they’re very hard to find in good, playable condition. This one is from the late 1950s and is a rare find in EXCELLENT condition and ALL ORIGINAL!! The blue is still as beautiful as it was the day it left the factory, and even the pickguard and tuners are original. The guitar needs nothing ... not a...
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2017 Epiphone FT-100 Signed By Over 100 Acclaimed Artists

$2,500
There are plenty of autographed guitars out there, but this Epiphone FT-100 is special. For 25 years now, Nashville-based Alive Hospice has partnered with Nashville's famed Bluebird Cafe and some of world’s best singers/songwriters for a series of sold out benefit concerts every night during the month of January. Every performer signs a few posters and guitars that are then auctioned off to raise...
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2008 Moog Paul Vo Collector’s Edition Prototype 6 of 8

$7,000
Check out this gorgeous - and RARE - Moog Paul Vo Collector’s Edition Prototype 6 of 8. Not only is it one of the most beautiful guitars we’ve ever handled, but it’s also one of the most versatile. It was made in 2008 and given to a prominent Nashville artist, who used it only in studio settings. The guitar is as NEAR MINT as it gets, and it plays and sounds fantastic! Sustain for days, all kinds...
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1961 Supro Bermuda

$2,200
This guitar is sooooo full of mojo! The Bermuda was in the Supro line for about one year from 1961 to 1962, and unlike some of the other Supros of this era this one has a 15-1/4" body made of molded plastic. It's also got two incredible Ralph Keller-designed single coil pickups, beautiful Kluson "butterfly" tuners, a classic stairstep tailpiece, and a fully intact Supro headstock logo which are...
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2003 Lee Barker B-1 Vertical Bass

$3,000
RARE Barker Vertical Bass, model B1, made by Lee Barker in Oregon. These are widely regarded as one the best electric upright basses available, with superior playability, tone, and sustain. According to Lee Barker himself this beauty was completed on August 28, 2003. Here are the specs, which came directly from Mr. Barker: Four string fretted; 1/5" nut width, 34" scale; Graphite nut; Rosewood...
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