lived in Dutchess county for my entire life, and today live with my wife
and two children in Wappingers Falls.
this time, I am purchasing guitars (any type), amps and
effects. Also, quality saxophones, trumpets or other
Why should you call me? Here is a short list of good reasons:
I have paid tremendous amounts of money to happy
folks over the last several years. Regardless of whether you are selling a single
instrument or an entire collection, I will work with you in a thoughtful,
considerate and professional manner.
Thank you for visting my website!
- I am the quickest way to convert your instrument
than selling it on your own (and having a dozen strangers tromp
through your home), faster than finding a music store who will pay you
a decent price, and faster than consignment. I pay cash , and I always close a deal
as quickly as you require.
- I can purchase entire collections.
- I'm able
to consider your entire collection of vintage guitars, with a
time/value cash realization unsurpassed by normal sales or brokerage
processes. Why spend months (or years) turning your
collection into the cash equivalent you've been planning
- I offer convenient, personal
- You don't
have to ship your instrument to me, or worry about driving all over
the county trying to find a music store to buy your instrument --
I can come to you!
- I consistently beat the "consignment deal" at the
- Why give
the music store free inventory that they are unmotivated to
sell? Music stores are only motivated to sell the equipment
they buy from suppliers, to keep
their cash flow intact . Did you know that the average
consigned guitar sits on the music store rack for 3 to 6 months before
it is sold? If it doesn't sell after 6 months, they will
then usually tell you to drastically lower the price, or present you
with a very low cash offer. Even if it does sell, the music
store charges 30% to 50% of the selling