Vintage Guitar magazine has released the 2013 edition of their Price Guide. The book, once again, includes historical and pricing information for banjos, on top of their regular coverage of acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, amplifiers, and basses.
The Guide is published primarily for collectors and vintage instrument dealers, but is also popular with vintage enthusiasts of every kind. Running to more than 600 pages, with 1300 photos, it shows projected market values for thousands of instruments, based on Vintage Guitar’s research and marketing analysis.
Instruments are listed by brand, model and year, making it quick work to find most anything you are thinking of buying or selling. Prices are suggested within a range of low to high, and information about rarity and number of units manufactured are included where applicable.
The publishers sent along a sample page (to the left – click to enlarge) to give an idea how the Price Guide is laid out.
It is offered for sale at $29.95 from the magazine’s web site.
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