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Acoustic to Electric – We Have Your Guitar

 
From the simple elegant lines of the 1951 Fender Nocaster Butterscotch Blonde to the high style of the 1956 Gretsch 6120, you’ll find a huge inventory and wide variety of vintage guitars and rare guitars at Gary’s Classic Guitars.

When You Appreciate a Great Vintage Guitar, It Shows At Gary’s Classic Guitars, we can spot guitar lovers right away.  From the spark in your eyes to the enthusiasm in your e-mails, we recognize fellow guitar aficionados immediately.

And you’ll recognize those same traits in the people you deal with at Gary’s Classic Guitars.  Gary Dick, owner, founder and proprietor, left a successful corporate career to focus his attention full time on his true passion: making top quality, rare guitars and vintage guitars available to fellow musicians, investors and collectors. It’s a passion he’s practiced for more than 25 years – first as a hobby, and now as his full time vocation.  Since starting his business in 1993, he’s never looked back.

Top Quality Guitars - Guaranteed

Everything we sell has been thoroughly inspected to ensure its top quality condition.  We treat every guitar we handle as a valued member of our family, which is why professional musicians (including some of the industry’s biggest names) look to us for their very special guitar purchases.

If you love guitars, you’ve come to the right place.  Our collection of vintage guitars and rare guitars is among the nations largest.  From acoustic to electric, if you’re looking for a quality vintage guitar, you’ll find it at Gary’s Classic Guitars.

Gibson Guitars – We have vintage guitars dating back to the 1920s, as well as rare guitars from more recent years.

Fender Guitars – Our Fenders date from the 1950s through their 50th Anniversary Special Edition.  We specialize in original Fenders from the 50s, 60s and 70s

Gretsch Guitars – Gretsch made some gorgeous guitars in the 1950s and 1960s, and you’ll find their unique styling in numerous varieties here.

Martin Guitars – From the very rare 1907 Brazilian Rosewood model to classic guitars from the 1970s, we specialize in Martin Guitars from the 1930s to the early 1970s

Rickenbacker Guitars – Rickenbacker Guitars the great sound of the Beatles the Byrds and the Who and also so many others.  The stylish “R” on a Rickenbacker vintage guitar is an unmistakable mark of quality.

Search our selection of fine guitars here and don’t hesitate to contact us for more information. 

Payment

We primarily accept credit cards through PayPal. If you would prefer to pay via other methods, please let us know.

 

Shipping

We ship as soon as payment is verified and transaction is complete. Our current shipping fee is $60 for each individual guitar shipped domestically.  The shipping fee will be added to all purchases.

 

 All items are packed by us and verified by our preferred shipper. All shipments  are insured for their value so that, in the unlikely event one is damaged, the value of the instrument will be covered. You will be provided with all tracking information so that you can monitor the journey of your new guitar.  Special shipping arrangements can be made upon request. 

Returns

It is important to remember that due to the vary nature of vintage guitars, virtually all instruments will have some form of imperfections that show their history. Some will be mint condition showing little signs of wear, and others will show more handling over the course of their lives in the form of dings, scratches, and various other imperfections that come with age and use.

 

Every description will be our honest information about the instrument you purchase. However, every flaw, scratch or ding may not be photographed or noticed on every instrument. Please carefully look at photographs and contact us if you require additional information.

 

Please note that every instrument has been inspected and set up, but, your instrument may still require additional set up by you to make it exactly what is most comfortable and acceptable to you.

 

In the unlikely event that your instrument arrives in a condition with damage or other issues not previously anticipated, please contact us immediately and we will assist. Should a return be required due to damage incurred in route, we must be notified within 48 hours. Please note that all other returns are at the recipients expense. Contact us to authorize and assist you in either case so that we can minimize cost and ensure the safe return of the instrument.

 

All returns must arrive in the same condition in which they left our store and be insured for the full value of the instrument.