What can I say? I truly have a case of GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). For years, collecting instruments has been half the fun of being a musician for me. I've filtered through a ton of gear over the years, and have been very lucky to see as much as I have.
My love for unique musical instruments grew as I started working in product evaluation for a national insurance software and services company. I'd spend every day learning about new and vintage gear, and supplying current and secondary market pricing to insurance companies nationwide.
Utilizing the wealth of resources I've gained throughout the years as a musician and my past work in the field, I am now offering a service called Real Gear Value. This isn't an ordinary inflated appraisal. This is a real market value, based on current sale prices and actual past sold prices. I'm not a book saying your guitar WILL increase by 5% every year, because there isn't an accurate way to predict market fluctuation. If you need to know what your gear should sell for, drop me a line and I can tell you exactly what I'd need to come up with an honest, fair value, based on facts.