Eko / RIO BRAVO 12 / 1970's / Guitar
Classic Rock Guitars, Netherlands
Classicrockguitars started in 2010 as a spin-off from a vintage guitar collection. We buy, restore and sell vintage solidbody guitars, hollowbody guitars, archtop guitars, flattop guitars, amplifiers and vintage parts & accessories from the great rock & roll era 1955-1975.
We specialize in great Gretsch guitars and amplifiers, all made in the USA, and in sparkling Eko guitars, all made in Italy.
In addition we sell other USA-made guitars such as Epiphone, Gibson, Guild, National and Rickenbacker. We also sell other sparkling fetish Italian garage-rock guitars such as Goya, Hagstrom, Marinucci and Crucuanelli, next to great Levin jazz archtops. Finally we have a great collection of Framus, Höfner, Hopf and other vintage German rock & roll guitars from the Star Club Hamburg era.
All our guitars and amplifiers are in (very) good, excellent or mint condition and are sold with OHSC and matching vintage strap unless - occassionally - mentioned otherwise. Our acoustic archtop and flattop guitars are sold with matching vintage floating or soundhole pickups that do not compromise the guitar.
We also sell professional high quality image products from vintage guitars such as posters, booklets, and calendars that are made in our own image studio.
We buy, restore and sell vintage and used guitars, amplifiers and accessories. For our identification information refer to the About Us section on our website.
We do our best to authenticate all parts, the finish and other components and aspects of the guitars and amplifiers that we sell, but - as everyone - we can make honest mistakes. Please read our return policy for details about returns.
We can provide a 3-months buying option on specific instruments against a fee of 30% of the selling price, which will be deducted as advance at the final sales transaction.
We accept cash on (local) pickup, IBAN or SWIFT bank wire money transfer, and PayPal.
We ship with PostNL / TNT, with tracking number, and fully insured. We will inform the customer about the shipment and the tracking number.
All items are carefully packed in cardboard boxes with lots of padding, and we take video clips of the packing process.
Upon (signed) acceptance of the shipment by the buyer, ownership of the instrument is legally transfered to the buyer who is from that moment on responsible for the instrument.
We comply with the European legislation about the 7-day Internet sales buyer protection period. For all other countries, a 48-hour buyer protection period is applicable for the buyer to verify that the instrument arrived safely and that it complies with the specifications as listed on our site.
In case the buyer wants to return the instrument within the buyer protection period, the instrument must be returned in exactly the same condition as it was shipped. For that purpose, we will make a video clip of the unpacking process to avoid improper use of the buyer protection policy.
The cost of return shipment must be beared by the buyer. Upon safe return of the instrument in the same condition as shipped, we will return the original purchase price minus any transaction costs that we may have occurred.