Had an instrument gathering dust for years? Stopped playing? Looking to upgrade?

Whatever the reason for selling, we are here to help you turn your unwanted instruments into cash. Our in depth knowledge of the musical instrument market, along with our expert technicians and dedicated selling team will make this process stress free and easy.

Our Sale on Commission service

 

 

How it works:

If you have an instrument that you would like to sell, then we can help. Simply follow the steps below to get started:

  • Fill out the contact form below with the details of your instrument, giving as much detail as possible.
  • Send your instrument to us by following this link, using our fully insured DPD Drop Off Service.
  • We will be in touch once we have received the instrument and advise on sale price  and any repairs that we may recommend for your instrument.
  • We will list your instrument for sale on our website and advertise it in store at the agreed upon price.
  • We will take 20%* commission from the final sale price.

*The minimum commission we charge is £50. So if the final sale price of your instrument is below £333.33, then the commission will be a flat £50, and if it is above £333.33, then it will be 20%

 

£1000 value and 15% above.

What you can expect from us:

 

As soon as your instrument arrives with us , it will be inspected by an expert technician who will assess the overall condition of the instrument. After this, we will be in touch to discuss sale price and any work that may need doing. You will be notified by our workshop system once any work has been completed and the instrument has been added to the website. Your instrument will be expertly photographed and have an in depth description to give it the best chance of a sale, and our expert Google advertising will ensure that your instrument is seen. You will be able to find your listing on our website by searching for your Surname.

After this point you will not receive any communication from us regarding your instrument until a sale has been made, or an offer has been made for your instrument that we would like to discuss with you. If you would like information or an update on your instrument then please don’t hesitate to call or email us about it.

 

 

Contact Form:

 

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