GREAT GUITARS & AMPS!
Summers been a little lazy but I got some cool things in the works. I'm surprised I still have the '53 Gold Top. If you plugged it in you'd have to have it. I guess I'll just have to use it on my album this fall. Your always welcome to come by my studio in St. Augustine. Happy hunting!
I got my first guitar and amp in the fall of 1965. I bought my '66 Fender Deluxe Reverb (that I still have) in the spring of '67 at 8th Street Music in Philadelphia. Later that year I bought a '55 Telecaster in a pawn shop in Wilmington Delaware and I said to myself " Self, I think we're on to something." I've been collecting and trading guitars and amps ever since. For 20 years I did about 10 guitar shows a year and networked with folks all over the world. I've slowed down a bit now but I still sell "GREAT GUITARS AND AMPS" Marty Fab.
Personal checks are fine. Out of state checks clear in a day or two now. Wire transfers will work. Sorry, no credit cards.
UPS mainly. In 40 years I've had one claim and they paid it. I don't like Fed Ex but I'll use them if you want. Don't expect them to pay a claim on a vintage guitar. Proper packing will prevent problems. You got to double box expensive guitars and amps.
I don't buy anything I wouldn't want for myself. It's very rare I'll buy something that's not 100% original, but if it has changed tuner buttons or been refretted, I'll tell you. Detailed, accurate descriptions only. I go to a lot of trouble to pack this stuff right for shipping so it will arrive undamaged. I sell only really nice amps, fully serviced, no return on amps.