Neal's Vintage is subsidiary of Neal's Music.
Neal's Music was started in 1994 as a internet
only business. Neal Shelton, "owner" has been a
musician for 30 years and has always had a love of collecting
vintage, rare and collectible instruments. Always having a big
interest in the history of music, Neal has sought out some
extremely rare as well as celebrity owned instruments, including
Eddie Van Halen's Striped Kramer from the Hot For Teacher Video,
an extremely rare 1954 Fender Stratocaster in Ultra Rare Black
that was originally owned by Jimmy Bryant as well as many more.
Neal's Music has done business such clients as Metallica, The
Wall Flowers, Quiet Riot, Gun's N Roses, Limp Bizket, and many