Just wondering if any of you guys have noticed something that I have... over the past few years, I've noticed my local hot-spot music stores are getting more and more vintage fenders...and not selling them. Right now my local store has roughly TWO of EVERY blackface fender from the 60's. And some, like bandmasters, have 4-6. This is a small store. One that doesn't have a huge amount of floor space. What this makes is for a freaking forest of vintage Fenders. I've kept my eye on it and it seems like no one's buying. their prices are really decent... all the amp are in good shape, with a few being in the mint catagory. and Yet, no one is buying. Is it possible that because of the huge influx of great guitar makers and such that vintage fenders are not as sought after anymore? Not that no one loves them, but do you think this might be a sign that some of the blackface fender $$ values might drop in the future? I just can't imagin the supply and demand is there to justify the prices if a store can carry 3 supers, 2 vibroluxes, 6 bandmasters....and no ones buying. I'm sure some of you will just dismiss this as simple market flux. but I can't help but notice the rather alarming amount of fenders in ALL the stores..not just this one.