Mike means, "Regular contributors to other threads who then post up a 'what is my guitar worth?' are more likely to have their question answered." He did not mean, "Visitors who continuously bombard us with 'Here is another one I have found and have not bothered to check because I know you guys will do it for me again' are more likely to be helped out." Just thought I'd better clarify that...
The retro-future stylings of the Flying V, Explorer, and Firebird.
Even before the world was introduced to these iconic axes, Gibson was rolling right along.
In most cases we will beat the local guitar chain store, pawn shop, auction or estate sale price.
We are always buying guitars and often buy vintage guitar collections and estates.
It takes us a fair bit of time to research the guitars people ask us about, so we can't check everyone.
Users who post often to the forums and make such requests are more likely to be helped out.
Here's our email address: [email protected]) If we're interested we will generally ask you for a little history on how you acquired the guitar, if you've changed anything or if you've had the guitar repaired.
You can give us a call and describe your guitar or send us an email to with your make, model and serial number if possible.
Guitar dating services provide serial numbers to date your guitar.