Where did you buy the guitars?
The majority of the guitars were imported from USA vintage collectors.. Some were purchased brand new by myself.
Are your guitars 100% original components?
Yes. Unless otherwise specified, the guitars and basses on this website are 100% original. The only exceptions are the following:
- 1959 Les Paul Jr used to have Schaller tuners but has been replaced with the original Kluson tuners.
- 1971 Les Paul Custom used to have Schaller tuners but has been replaced with the original tuners.
- 1972 Stratocaster has a refret.
- 1974 Ash Stratocaster in natural has a new nut.
- 1974 Gibson SG Standard has had three bridge saddles modified and repaired.
- 1976 Jazz has a replaced bullet truss rod cover as the original one was hollowed out. Still in case.
- 1991 Gibson Les Paul Custom has a new jack plate. Original plastic one with a crack in it is in the case.
Do you buy guitars from the public?
Do you consign guitars?
Yes. A set fee of $300 is charged to put a guitar on the website and sell it. Then 15% after that once the guitar is sold. We need the guitar to validate that it is 100% genuine and to photograph it.
Can I pay a guitar off?
Yes. To layby a guitar, a fee of $300 is charged until it is paid off. If paid off within 4 months, the $300 is put towards the value of the guitar. If not paid off within 3 months, the $300 is forfeited, and the deal is broken.
Do you charge GST?
No. Although we are a company that will be required to collect GST of 10% from Australian customers, that will only be required once we sell over $75,000 in one financial year. Exports outside Australia are excluded from GST.