Want to consign with us? Bring your instrument in or give us a call at 360-733-5840. Please see our consignment policy at the bottom of the page.
Oscar Schmidt early Autoharp
$200 OBO, some warping, but playable condition
Comes with original hard case, tuning hammer, picks and original Oscar Schmidt book
Roosebeck 19-String Pixie Harp
Excellent condition, made in Pakistan
Includes adjustable lap rest
Theo Wanne Tenor Sax flight case
In good condition
Shure Vintage Ribbon mic – Model 333
In excellent condition, vintage directional ribbon mic, low output, late 50’s-early 60’s
Similar to the one Johnny Carson had on his desk.
Comes with original box.
Shure Unidyne 55SH Series II
In good condition
RCA 74B Jr. Velocity Ribbon mic
Not working, sold as-is
Has original 1/4″ cord attached and original table top stand – 1950’s era
Please ask about recommended repairs to get this excellent mic working again!
RCA 1960’s 77DX Vintage Ribbon mic
Refurbished vintage ribbon mic with added badges to replicate the famous Hank Williams photo
Includes yoke, stand, and custom WSM radio station badges
RCA 40’s 44BX mic
Refurbished with custom made WSM Radio badges to replicate the famous Hank Williams photo
Includes yoke and case
Shure KSM32 Condenser mic
Excellent condition, slightly used large diaphragm condenser mic with 15db pad, 3 pos low cut
Includes case, stand mount, and manual
MXL V400 Cardioid Dynamic mic
Excellent condition, slightly used cardioid dynamic mic with built-in shock mount
MXL CR77 Super Cardioid Mic
Excellent, slightly used condition. Integrated shock mount.
Shure Super 55 mic
Very good condition, super-cardioid polar pattern, tailored response for natural vocals, 60-17kHz
Shure SM57 dynamic cardioid mic
Functions well, road worn.
Dynamic cardioid microphone, the number one mic for drums and speaker cabinets.
Shure 55S Unidyne Mic – SOLD
Very good condition, manufactured in 1956. 3-position impedance switch. Also known as the “Elvis Mic.”
Includes Amphenol to XLR adapter
The better question is why do you want the hassle of selling your instrument yourself? With auction sites like Ebay, you will end up paying 15% or more in shipping and transaction fees, and you’ll still have to do all the work yourself, not to mention the risk of giving personal info to or meeting strangers. Our fee is only 20%, and we take care of the write-up, photography, listing, advertising, meet-ups and shipping if necessary. We have a 20+ years of experience with evaluating and selling instruments and accessories, and wide reach to customers online and in the real world, let us spread the word for you. All you have to do is drop the instrument off, and wait for a check in the mail.
to the seller
Thank you for considering consigning your instrument with Bellingham Wind Works! We want to help you reach the serious customers that frequent Wind Works. To protect your investment, all instruments brought in are thoroughly inspected and evaluated by our consignment team, and any work needed is noted so that you and the buyer are on the same page. Our consignment team will help you determine a fair selling price according to market conditions and work needed, and whether or not offers will be accepted. You always have the final say in whether or not your instrument sells – we always contact you first before accepting any offers. Your instrument will be displayed in the shop, in our consignment book and on our website and possibly social media, and our sales folks will promote your instrument to interested parties in the shop. We charge a flat 20% consignment fee. If you want to pick your instrument up before it has sold, you are welcome to do so at any time. We do reserve the right to recommend that you not consign an instrument if the cost of repairs needed exceeds the value of the instrument.
to the buyer
We value all of our customers highly, and in order to protect both buyer and seller, all instruments consigned with us are thoroughly inspected and approved by our consignment team before being offered for sale. We do not accept returns or do trial periods on consignments, therefore we suggest that you come in and try out the instrument you are interested in the comfort and privacy of our testing room. All instruments are sold in the condition in which they are consigned, and work needed is noted before the instrument is posted or displayed, so that buyer and seller alike are aware of the condition of the instrument and can decide for themselves who will be responsible for the work necessary. (Most instruments that need work end up being serviced here at Wind Works.) We want everyone to be happy with the deal they get, so please let us know if you see any issues.