Capital Guitars accepts payment via Paypal, wire transfer, or bank check. PayPal is recommended as a safe, convenient and expedient way to complete your purchase. You don't have to have a PayPal account to take advantage of the benefits of PayPal, all you need is a valid credit card. Please feel free to contact us if you would prefer to pay via wire transfer or bank check.
How to Make a Purchase:
If you've decided to make a purchase, customers with U.S. shipping addresses can just click the 'Buy Now' button which appears with each guitar in our inventory to make your payment with your PayPal account or credit card. Alternatively, and for customers located outside of the US, follow these simple steps to make your purchase:
2. Be sure to indicate the specific guitar you wish to purchase, the city and state in which you live for shipping purposes and a phone number to be used to facilitate shipping.
3. We will have a PayPal invoice emailed to you which details the item you are purchasing, the shipping cost, terms, etc.
4. Review the emailed PayPal invoice and then follow the prompts to make your payment using your credit card or your PayPal account. Important: We can only ship to the address which appears on your payment.
5. Once PayPal notifies us that your payment has been received, we will package your guitar for shipping and will contact you via email with tracking information and a paid receipt for your purchase.
If you would prefer to pay via bank check or wire transfer, just send us an email and we can work out the details. We reserve the right to require payment via wire transfer from international customers.
A little short on cash and don't want the guitar of your dreams to slip away? We do layaways! A deposit of 20% holds your guitar for two (2) months with no additional finance charges. Check out all the details here: Capital Guitars Layaway Policies
Shipping to Continental US addresses is via FedEx Ground, with flat rate shipping of $55 to Eastern time zones, $65 Central and $75 Mountain/Pacific. Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is $100. A phone number at the shipping destination is required.
Other shipping services, including express services and international shipping are available at our discretion, just contact us for a quote.
Capital Guitars is licensed by the US Depts. of Interior and Agriculture to export various species of Rosewood (Dalbergia) as required by new CITES regulations which took effect on January 2, 2017. Such shipments will require additional processing time and paperwork.
Refunds of the original purchase price less shipping and a 10% restocking fee may be requested within 48 hours of delivery. Exchanges within one (1) week of the original date of purchase may be made for an item of equal or greater value at the discretion of Capital Guitars. Where permitted herein, items must be promptly returned at the buyer's expense, in the same condition as received with all accessories and paperwork included. Sale items, purchases that are made via layaway, those involving trades and/or international shipping are considered final except upon an error by and at the discretion of Capital Guitars. All deposits are non-returnable. Our apologies, but we are a very small operation and returns are extremely time consuming and costly.
We would be glad to sell your guitar for you. We will take care of the entire process, all you will have to do is ship us your guitar. We have a sliding fee scale that is based on the selling price of your guitar:
$2,500 to $5,000 = 18%
$5,001 and up = 15%
Give us exclusive right to sell your guitar for at least 60 days and if it doesn't sell at the price we have agreed to list it at, we will send it back to you at our expense. Contact us to discuss the details!
We love clean, high quality trades. Email email@example.com and indicate which guitar from our inventory you are interested in. Also include photos and a description of the guitar(s) you want to trade and how much of an allowance you are seeking for your trades. We will get back to promptly to let you know if we are interested in your trade proposal.