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For some musicians, there is no greater thrill than searching for vintage musical equipment. Of course, it's no wonder when you consider that every instrument and piece of gear has its own unique story - much like the people who've played them. Throughout this selection, you'll find a seemingly endless array of previously-owned instruments. From vintage guitars and drums to amps, pedals, and more. Browsing this catalog is like taking a time machine through popular music history: from '67 Fender Super Reverb amps to '83 Gibson electrics and '65 Martin acoustics - if you like timeless classics, our Vintage Collection is your paradise.

So what exactly are you looking for? You certainly have a lot to choose from, but you can make a quicker decision by clicking the "category" link and narrowing down your choices to suit your own needs and preferences. For example, if you play folk music, you can search for "folk and traditional instruments" by hitting that specific link - doing so will give you an impressive variety of mandolins, ukuleles, lap steel guitars and even banjos. Or, maybe you've always wanted to play through an amplifier that your favorite British Invasion group used - in which case, sort by "amps & effects", and bingo! Just like that, you'll have the pleasure of browsing countless amps from Vox, Danelectro, Silvertone and more.

Our Vintage Collection also consists of a wide range of MIDI and pro audio equipment. Ideal for aspiring recording artists on a budget, these sections boast incredible deals on everything from dynamic and condenser microphones to signal processors and stunning keyboards made by Moog, Univox and Hohner. No doubt, if broadening your creative horizons in the studio is your favorite thing to do as a musician, you owe it to yourself to explore these categories.

Have you ever listened to an album from 30 or 40 years ago and wondered "how did they get that sound"? You're not alone- truthfully, a lot of older techniques used in the making of musical instruments are no longer practiced, and a lot of materials and woods that were once easy to find are now quite rare. For this reason alone, buying used gear is an excellent way to go, and as you've probably noticed by now, our Vintage Collection is jam-packed with everything you need to nail down the classic sound you've always wanted.