This isn't the first time I've mentioned Guitar Center Used but with all the folks posting here looking for gear I thought I would relate my excellent experience I have had with them over the past three years, buying twelve items and keeping ten, from a $156 Bugera tube head to a $2,000 1979 Gretsch. I try and stick to the 'excellent' and 'great' rated used gear as it will be easier to quantify if there is an issue. Also because the photos are typically poor and/or not thorough. I did buy a 'Good' item once or twice. I've returned two items; one a Fender Ramparte because the tubes were very loose in it and honestly, it was a poorly constructed amp overall. And a Line 6 Amplify, just because it didn't meet my needs once I tried it out. The one issue resolved was that the Gibson ES-135 that I bought in 'Excellent' condition had the pups replaced, and the originals in the case had one or two broken pieces as the person that replaced the pups in this hollowbody obviously forced them out or something. I liked the replacements and wanted to keep it so I called and no questions asked, since I had already emailed a photo, they gave me an ample discount on price. The return policy is great at 45 days and the fact you can just drop it off at a Guitar Center if you have one nearby. NOTE: Anything with 'Vintage' as the first word in the title has a THREE day return policy. https://www.guitarcenter.com/pages/return-policy I've never sold with them, but I might try that next as I do have some gear I want to move that I do not want to ship, such as a 2015 Boogie Mark V in perfect condition. If anyone has any experience with selling, let me know. https://www.guitarcenter.com/Trade-In-Trade-Up Latest purchase was this Vox Night Train I just received last night and although dusty, I was quite pleased with the packing and labeling.