We’ve spent the last year tracking changes in the guitar market. We’ve spoken with hundreds of collectors, dealers, enthusiasts and the worlds leading guitar shops to compile our 2018 price database.
The database nows covers over 10,000 guitars (6,000 distinct models) from over 330 manufacturers from rare vintage classics to currently manufactured models.
Many of the older guitars in our database have over 10 years of historic price data as we’ve tracked changes in value over time. From super-rare one-offs like the 1934 Martin 000-42 to the modern day classics like the Gibson Les Paul and Fender Stratocaster.
Our data is used by sellers and buyers to value their gear, and investors who are looking for guitars rising in price or with high potential.
You can filter price information by the condition of each guitar with estimates for guitars in mint condition through to those that might need a little restoration work. Create your own collections and reports to easily follow prices for multiple guitars in one view and get updates to price changes as they happen.
You can access the complete guitar price database of 10,000+ models, including price histories and reporting, by signing up for Vintage Guitar Price account today.