You may have once had dreams of being the next famous guitarist, or perhaps you have mastered your instrument but have older pieces lying around. You may have given up your instrument when it came time to have a kid. No matter the reason, if you are looking to get rid of your musical instrument then you will be glad to hear that South Bay Jewelry & Loan is ready to offer you top dollar.
Sell Your Musical Instrument or Come to us for a Pawn Loan
There are actually three options regarding musical instruments when you work with South Bay Jewelry & Loan. First, you can request a pawn loan. This involves you leaving your instrument with us and us giving you a loan. There is no credit check – your musical instrument acts as collateral. You then come back within an agreed upon timeframe, you pay the balance of the loan plus agreed-upon fees, and take your item back.
The second option is to sell your musical instrument outright. You can call us at (310) 371-4571 to find out if we accept your particular type of instrument, or stop by and get a quote. Third, we sell musical instruments. If you have a piece now but want to upgrade it, then you can sell your piece and buy a better one from us. Regardless of what you have to sell or buy, you can count on us to give you an honest, simple explanation of your options so you can make the most informed decision.
We Accept Nearly All Types of Musical Instruments
The good news is that when you work with South Bay Jewelry & Loan, you are working with a company that accepts just about any type of musical instrument – provided it is in good condition. Some of our favorite brands include Fender, Gibson, Taylor, Gretsch, Martin, Selmer, Yamaha, Pearl, and Bach. Note that if you don’t see your brand listed, it is still likely that we accept it. You can always call us at (310) 371-4571 to find out.
How to Get the Best Price
There are a number of things you can do to increase the chances that you will get top dollar. First, make sure that your instruments are cleaned off and in good repair. If there are minor issues, try to fix them or repair them. This can increase the price enough to make it worth the minor cost.
Next, look to see if you have the original case for the instrument. Look for documentation that can prove where and when you bought it, who made it, and any other details about the instrument. Any or all of these steps can help us offer you the best possible price. Call South Bay Jewelry & Loan now at (310) 371-4571 or stop by to get a quote.