GREAT GUITARS & AMPS!
Time to clean out the closets. I'll be posting some interesting guitars, amps, speakers, NOS tubes and vintage parts. Check out the Korina Deans I've had stashed for 18 years! OOPS you just missed the '55 Twin but I just got a Mojoaxe bridge for the '53 Gold Top and the new pictures have been posted. Great Gold Top. '73 50W Marshall half stack with covers on the way. Don't like buying mail order? Come by my studio in St. Augustine and play it!
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.