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Do you have a high-end guitar you want to sell or exchange for something from our stock? It is possible in Harry's Guitar Boutique!

How do you sell or exchange your guitar? It's simple!

  1. Prepare a good description of your guitar and its history
  2. Take good photos of your guitar, make sure the light is bright in the room or simply take photos outside on a sunny day. Make sure you photograph all the sides, damages, scratches, etc.
  3. Fill the form below with proper description and photos. We will reply with our decision and our proposed price.

Keep in mind:

  • We accept guitars with dings, scratches and visual damages as long as they don't affect technical playability of the instrument. Overall technical condition of the gear should be very good.
  • In case of certified guitars we require all original certificates and spec sheets
  • Hard case is always nice
  • The guitar doesn't need to be set-up but should be possible set properly (ie. working truss-rod, bridge screws, etc.)

 Submit your guitar now!

Brands
Our personal favourites, brands we are proud to represent. These makers represent the absolute best of their worlds and never compromise quality.
James Tyler Guitars

James Tyler Guitars are built using state-of-the-art technology including computerized milling machines, laser machines, 3d modeling stations, and aerospace engineering to ensure utmost quality and precision in each product that is made

JTG website
Tom's Vintage Straps

Vintage Inspired Guitar/Bass Straps. New Old Stock Materials. Handmade in France.

Tom's Vintage Straps website
Rombo Guitar Picks

Rethinking the idea of a guitar pick.

Premium guitar picks, combining the finest materials and design, with the most advanced technology to improve your playing experience.

Rombo Guitar Picks website
Mojo Cables

Extraordinarily high quality instrument cables, handmade in God's own country. Every single cable is meticulously built and tested to ensure it can withstand the high demands of a modern musician.

Mojo Cables Website