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SHORTLY ABOUT US
Over the past 30 years, Garrett Park Guitars has become a hub for all things guitar, specializing in rare, collectible and vintage guitars with a global clientele. From rare and vintage PRSs, Fenders, Gibsons, Martins, Custom Shop Fenders, to unique acoustics, our passionate team of highly skilled specialists will help you find exactly what you are looking for.
- 7 Old Solomons Island Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401
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Vintage Guitar Appraisal at Garrett Park
An appraisal is a valuable document that allows the owner to protect their investment and insure an item or establish its value for resale.
Garrett Park Guitars owner, Rick Hogue, has been buying, playing and selling vintage, new and modern Collectible Guitars and related musical instruments since 1981. Recognized as the leading authority on Vintage and Collectible PRS guitars, Rick also has vast experience and knowledge of Fender, Gibson and all other American brands.
His appraisals provides accurate, up-to-the-moment market value evaluation. Rick is a member of the Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide Dealer Team and is also on the Fender Dealer Advisory Board.
When it comes to the vintage anything, condition is everything. We inspect a guitar's current condition to determine its effect on the value.
Throughout a guitar's lifetime, it is subject to a lot of wear and tear and will need maintenance and repairs to keep it in the best playable condition.
MAKE & MODEL
There are many different makers of guitars and each one creates their own models. One of the first things we research about a guitar is the desirability or rarity of a certain make or model.
Every once and a while, we come across an incredibly significant piece of music history. Guitars have been used by musicians for centuries to influence people, culture, and music as a whole.
Serial numbers are used by guitar manufacturers to track important information about a guitar throughout its life. We use this to accurately date the guitar and confirm its authenticity.
Certain materials used in the manufacturing of guitars are no longer used or are used less often. These factors can influence the price of the guitar, how you travel with it, and more.