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There are many threads here in the vintage section where the COVID bubble in the vintage market is discussed at length, do a quick search and you'll find plenty.I guess I was more interested in how the vintage market was, as in overpriced or whatever. I think it would be best to wait for a recession and research in the meantime.
Yes we are in an inflationary curve and many vintage instruments are overpriced now, and due for correction at some point in the future.
My opinion is that there is too much money chasing an inventory that cannot grow (no more '50s or '60s guitars are made today, a downside of the spacetime continuum), whereas new instruments can be built all the time.
I surely don't hope for a recession though.