Buy or sell a musical instrument.
So, do you want to buy or sell a musical instrument?
Let's be clear about having a proper musical instrument bill of sale.
If you want to safeguard the deal, you need a musical bill of sale, to clearly state the details of the instrument that you are buying or selling.
If you do want to re-sell the instrument, your bill of sale from the person you bought it from will instill confidence in the buyer that it was not stolen.
Get a Bill of Sale
A musical instrument bill of sale should mention year, make, model, color etc.
Don't get a cheesy sales slip receipt that says "Sold - One trumpet" - that is useless.
If you do business on Craiglist or through a local newspaper or trade magazine for an example, you are most likely dealing with someone you never met before.
Get good paperwork. Also give good paper work.
If you are selling to a stranger, it will give them more confidence to do business with you if they see that they are going to get a solid "Bill Of Sale".
The form you will print from this file is a nice and crisp version with places for proper details.
Click here to download.
Here is a web page on a site that offers a funny bill of sale:
"Bill of Sale For A Crappy Instrument"