i think this is accurate. speaking as a 26 year old millenial with no student debt and an average job (aka were broke, also not taking money from my parents like the majority? of millenials do..), realizing how many guitars there really are in circulation, the vintage market will be its own niche but not the big blow up people are expecting i agree with this too, as technology gets smaller better etc nobody is going to want a massive cabinet unless they are doing large scale productions at which point they would most likely by newer stuff anyways since it would be an investment at that point. maybe movie makers looking for a 60s/70s set? this too is probably accurate as well. i just keep thinking about the walls of guitars inside guitar center down in phoenix. then the several music stores we have here and there wall of guitars. those are the ones we will see at a good price in X amount of time, which would make sense to me to be the case for vintage gear from the 70s or 60s in todays market, just that plethura of guitars. its not gonna be this huge frenzy as many have said already. i would think it to be maybe a jump but not a frenzy. all this said by me and others, there is ALOT more to consider. baby boomers was a HUGE generation of people that dominate i would say, for now anyways, the majority of important positions in all sectors (i would also add to that the policies set in place now began with baby boomers and there parents), second obviously to gen x who is starting to take the reins. there will be a whirlwind of changes, politically etc. guitars will be a drop in the pond additionally i agree with those who have said to check estate sales, thats where you'll find the best deals, craigslist also, ebay if your fast enough.