To help make sense of the guitar market, we’ve put together 5 indices alongside guitar experts and financial experience. These indices are similar to stock market indices like the S&P 500 or FTSE100.
To collate the indexes we use values for the top collectable guitars from each manufacturer (using mint condition values).
Each index has a yearly average of the guitars that make up the index, indexed back to 2002 = 100. Our VGP50 index is a collection of the top 50 guitars that make up the Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, and Martin indices.
Market VGP indices 2017
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Vintage Guitar Price Indices have been put together by a combination of guitar market expertise and financial experience. Examine them all in more detail here.
For reference, here is a full list of indices we track and links to view their historical performance and the guitars they monitor.
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