Got a dusty old Martin guitar that’s been under your Grandma’s bed for the past 60 years? Or maybe an old banjo that says “Gibson Mastertone” on it but is just too dang heavy to play? How about an old, old mandolin that was signed by some dude named “Lloyd Loar” (whoever that was) that keeps poking you in the side with its fancy-dancy “CurliCues”? If so, then here’s your chance to provide happiness to others and even make some money at the North Cascades Bluegrass Festival, Music Instrument Swap Meet!
Display tables will be provided to each person wishing to sell their instrument(s). Owners are responsible for their own negotiations and security. That’s all there is to it!
One tip, though – if you sell anything at this swap meet, you are responsible for determining how you will collect your proceeds from the buyer and what, if any, sales receipt and/or guarantee you are going to provide to the buyer. Note: Please scroll down to “Responsibility”.
* Please note: All transactions are strictly between the seller and the buyer and that the Festival has no participation in the transaction and have no obligations or guarantees, expressed or otherwise stated, to either the seller or the buyer. Caveat emptor, if you get our drift.