Guitar Archeology accepts PayPal, we only ship to Verified addresses unless prior approval. Item must be paid for within 48 hours of auction completion unless otherwise agreed upon.
INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS READ THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WE DO NOT SHIP OUT OF NORTH AMERICA WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL. IF YOU BID AND WIN WITHOUT APPROVAL IT WILL BE CANCELED.
Shipping for this item is FREE in the continental United States for UPS Ground (This can take up to 7 work days). There may be a surcharge to Alaska and Hawaii for some items please email for a quote.
INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS READ THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We do not ship to Italy, Portugal, Russia, Poland & many others
Shipping to the UK, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland & Spain is $89.00 USPS Priority International, This includes insurance. Buyer is responsible for any duties and taxes. Cheers
All countries must verify if we ship there before bidding. For international we only ship to the verified address. Rates vary widely, so please ask for shipping quotes. All international shipping is done with UPS or USPS. We do not lower the declared value and all requests to do so will be denied.
Terms Of Sale
Bidders with less than 10 positive feedbacks must email for approval prior to bidding. Winning bidder must contact us within 12 hours of auctions end with payment method and time frame. Item must be paid for within 48 hours of auction end or the item will be relisted. We offer 14 day approval on all items. If you are not satisfied, simply return it for a full refund of the final bid amount. Return shipping charges are non-refundable.
Guitar Archeology is in Seattle. We are an authorized Vox, Marshall, Korg & Ernie Ball Dealer. We buy and sell vintage or modern electric and acoustic guitars, bass's, amps, banjo's and mandolins. Mick owned Mick’s Vintage Guitars in Seattle which became an institution for musicians all over the Pacific Northwest.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 12pm-6pm PST, Saturday 11am-5pm PST, Sunday CLOSED Call us during these hours @ 206-999-6339 www.GuitarArcheology.com