Inside GuitarVistaWe carry many new and ‘lightly’ used instruments. So called “low mileage” instruments, in near mint condition, are our specialty.

Currently in house: Santa Cruz, Bourgeois, Eastman, Fender, Martin, Epiphone, Gibson, Gretsch, Guild, Giebitz, Huss & Dalton, Sobell, New World Classical Guitars, Cordoba Classical Guitars, Kim Schwartz Classical Guitars, Loar, Recording King, G&L, LsL, Breedlove, and Manouche. Amps from Magnatone, Victoria, Supro, Analog Outfitters, AER, Phil Jones Bass and acoustic guitar amps, Schertler Acoustic Amps, and unique assortment of used amps from Fender, Epiphone, National, Alamo, and more. We also have new mandolins by Loar, Old Wave, Eastman, Kentucky, and vintage Epiphone. Ukes from Lanikai, Ohana, Cordoba, Magic Fluke, Gold Tone,and used ukes from Pono, and Kamaka. Banjos from Eastman, Gold Tone, and used banjos from Deering, and Vega. Also featured is a terrific selection of small goods and strings.

Payment: I accept Postal Money orders, cashiers checks, wire transfers to my account, local checks, cash, and ALL major credit cards.

Shipping: I will ship any instrument within the continental US for $55. Any overseas sales will be prorated per destination. Instruments will be shipped upon receipt and deposit of payment.

Returns: The customer will have 48 hours, 2-days, to examine and accept the instrument. If the instrument does not meet the customer’s expectations, the customer will pay for shipping and a 10% restocking fee.

Personal History: I have been fascinated with guitars for the last 40 years and have been actively collecting and trading acoustics, electrics, and amplifiers for 35 years. The guitar that lead me down this path was a 1943 D-18. Who knew this would be the enduring guide for a life in music? Presently, I engage in the business in a modest way, but I also play in ‘Albuquerque’s Own Western Swing Band: The Curio Cowboys’. We use vintage and period instruments from my collection and ones I have unearthed for the band’s members. We do have a good time. This is New Mexico’s most ‘Haimish’ Guitar Shop!