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- Aug 29, 2016
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"The future.... difficult to see it is.....always clouded by the dark side"
Best retort of 2021.is not 100% based on past players or rock and roll today...if elmer fudd owned one it may be worth six digits.
Of all the bursts I've watched sell, and can track where they went, in the past 5-ish years, most went to people in their 40s.
That’s definitely true. That’s when you need to have your money into something tangible so that you can barter to get that cheap vintage guitar when the currency falls through the roof too.ultimately, yes.
If the economy tanks ... I'm talking like severe recession, the vintage guitar market will fall, the vintage car market will fall, people will be selling that stuff so that they can eat.
Lutes are functionally obsolete....no one is even playing a NEW lute..
There are old Lutes out there but other than museums there is no general consumer market interest in owning originals -- because there are just not that many people still listening to the music written and performed on them.
I'm waiting for the Slash Lute model.....signed and aged....Lutes are functionally obsolete....no one is even playing a NEW lute.
Guitars are still functional and culturally relevant....and that's not changing anytime soon.
I absolutely agree. Though accordions and pipe organs are relevant, but I’m not gonna buy one of them soon or ever. I might buy a lute just to fiddle with.Lutes are functionally obsolete....no one is even playing a NEW lute.
Guitars are still functionally and culturally relevant....and that's not changing anytime soon.