Pre-order The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide 2018

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Save $5 when you pre-order The Guide and get the digital edition FREE! Plus, we’ll pay shipping* and send it to you first!

That’s right! Pre-order The 2018 Price Guide BEFORE OCTOBER 16th and you’ll SAVE $5 off the regular price, get the added digital edition FREE**, pay no shipping in the U.S. (or discounted shipping outside the U.S.) and we will ship it to you before the stores and online retailers even get it!

Bear with us if you have already placed an order. The Guides are currently being printed and will ship October 19th. For more info or if you are having trouble pre-ordering call 1-800-844-1197.

** Digital edition redemption code ships with the printed edition. FREE digital edition offer ONLY available with Price Guides purchased directly from VG. FREE shipping in U.S.; $17.50 in Canada, $26.50 in all other countries.

The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide

You know it as the industry’s leading source of pricing information on vintage and recent-model guitars, amps, basses, effect pedals, mandolins, lap steels, ukuleles, and banjos, and now its available in a digital format!

Knowledge and information are vital in the dynamic world of collectible guitars and gear, and no source provides it better than The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. With listings for more than 2,000 brands along with 1,300 photos and more than 200,000 copies sold, The Guide is the industry’s hands-down leading source of pricing information on Guitars, Basses, Amps, Effects, Lap Steels, Steels, Ukuleles, Mandolins, and Banjos all in one book!

About the Authors

Alan Greenwood launched Vintage Guitar magazine in 1986 and in ’90 started The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. The company has expanded to include the massive daily-updated Vintage Guitar Online at, the free Overdrive email newsletters, large followings on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter, and co-sponsorship of guitars shows across the country. His collection includes several vintage instruments from the ’20s to the ’80s, as well as newer production and custom-made guitars, amps, effects, lap steels, and ukuleles. He lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Gil Hembree began collecting guitars in 1966 while working at Kitt’s Music, in Washington, D.C. Familiarity with the professional musicians playing on Georgetown's M-Street allowed him to dabble in early buy-sell, but his academic interest in finance led to a corporate job in Michigan. Throughout his financial career he played in bands and searched for original-owner vintage guitars in Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Port Huron, Pontiac, Battle Creek, and Kalamazoo. In 2000, freshly retired from corporate finance, he became the co-author of The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. In 2007, Hal Leonard released his biography of Ted McCarty: Gibson Guitars: Ted McCarty's Golden Era: 1948-1966. After residing in Michigan for 35 years, Hembree and his wife, Jane, relocated to Austin, Texas.
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