#1
Is there a definition for a "vintage" guitar? Is it like if they don't make it anymore?
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#2
I think it has to be 30 years old or more.
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#3
It usually means just that it's old, but how old is just personal opinion. I'd go 20 years, but some would argue 30 or 40. Vintage is also a brand that makes replicas of old Fender and Gibson guitars, they're pretty good for the price. =P
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#4
i'd call something vintage if the age of it is part of what makes it desirable, or something about its age makes it desirable, but that's just my own little definition.

For example, I would consider a 1980s Seymour Duncan a vintage pickup, but I don't really consider an early '80s Gibson a vintage guitar.