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1966 Fender® Telecaster®

Just in. Real nice 66 telecaster with a really big neck. It measures close to .90" at the first fret with nut width of around 1 5/8". Best Tele rosewood board neck I've played. This guitar had a Bigsby-not sure if it came from the factory that way or it was added. It's gone now and the usual bridge/tailpiece setup is there. The holes were filled. Great players guitar that won't break the bank....
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2008 Gallagher G-70 Madagascar 12-Fret

If you are looking for a slope dread with sonic 12-fret punch, one that plays effortlessly and looks fabulous, I hope you will give this instrument a good look. Offered is this Gallagher G-70 M built in 2008. This marvelous acoustic received two major upgrades over the standard G-70 dreadnought specs; it received a 12-fret neck and figured Madagascar Rosewood for the back and sides. Other key...
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1958 Epiphonre Broadway

Very nice early Gibson era Broadway. 2 New York pick-ups and Epiphone era Neck and body. We repaired a neck crack that was repaired badly at one time. You can see the back of the neck in pics. Removed 2 screws and glued it right. Great looking guitar at half the price.
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2015 Kelton Swade AVRT Telecaster-Style

I recently came to possess a small batch of guitars fresh off the workbench of Kelton Swade. Kelton makes hand built and aged replicas of Tele and Strat-style guitars at his shop in Tennessee. His guitars are used by the likes of Vince Gill, Keith Urban and many, many other icons of country and rock music. Offered here is one of his AVRT (Authentic Vintage Reissue T-style) guitars, a model that...
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2015 Kelton Swade AVRS Stratocaster-Style

I recently came to possess a small batch of guitars fresh off the workbench of Kelton Swade. Kelton makes hand built and aged replicas of Tele and Strat-style guitars at his shop in Tennessee. His guitars are used by the likes of Vince Gill, Keith Urban and many, many other icons of contemporary music. Offered here is one of his AVRS (Authentic Vintage Reissue S-style) guitars, a model that is...
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2009 Fender® Custom Shop '69 Stratocaster® Maple Cap Neck! Hendrix

Nice Fender Custom Shop '69 Strat in the Hendrix Woodstock style. Maple board, big headstock, in Oly White! A couple of upgrades (Callaham saddles/block, high-end gray-bottom staggered pole pickups, new back plate), excellent playing guitar. It was a player for the previous owner. Comes with original hard case and some paperwork without COA. Great guitar for the money.
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~1940 Rickenbacker Electro Model B 'Rickenbacher'

Nice Rickenbacker Electro Model B lapsteel. Black bakelite body with metal chrome plates. The pickup sounds incredible. Very strong. It's in excellent shape overall with just a few small chips but nothing that affects anything. The original case is included. It is a great piece of Rickenbacker and electric guitar history.
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1930 National Triolian Round Neck

Nice Triolian from ca. 1930. W series serial number. Nice and original except the tuners. The finish is very nice overall. The back is exceptional compared to most. A few wear spots but much less than normal wear for an 85-year old guitar. Comes with newer chipboard case.
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1960 Epiphone Sheraton

Rare guitar... "Custom Made" plaque... no studs underneath. NY pickups... Bigsby, original case. Clean... Call for details.
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1955 Gibson Country & Western J-50

Wow.... clean. Little guard... Sounds unreal. Brown case.
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2014 Fender® Blues Junior™ III FSR 1x12 Tube Amp,

2014 Limited Edition Sam Ash Music 90th Anniversary Fender Blues Jr. III amp. 15-watt warm-toned, beautifully painted in an exclusive Candy Apple Red finish over 13-ply Baltic birch and complemented by a tan-colored grill cloth. Has EL84 output tubes for those fat mid tone characteristics, warm 12AX7 preamp tube overdrive, real spring reverb, A simplistic control layout, a footswitchable FAT...
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1928 National Triolean

From the private stash! Super clean, and the serial number is the last National guitar made in 1928!! Untouched, time-capsule... Check out the fretboard! And in its original case. Not cheap, but the nicest one we've ever had.
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1934 National Style O

From the private stash! Super clean, crows feet, plays great, great action, needs nothing... And in its original case. Not cheap, but the nicest one we've ever had.
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2014 Fender® Sam Ash 90th Anniversary Stratocaster®

2014 Fender Sam Ash 90th Anniversary Stratocaster HSS guitar. Limited Edition number 27 out of just 90 made. Comes in the original case with all case candy included. This is basically a hot-rodded, high-output American Standard Strat. --- Features: Fender Custom Shop Fat '50s neck and middle pickups, Atomic humbucking bridge pickup, Candy Apple Red finish, white pearl pickguard, comfortably...
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1940 Martin D-18

This consignment 1940 Martin D-18 (74186) comes from the earliest part of that year. Only 377 D-18s were made in 1940 and this guitar is one of the nicer looking examples that I have seen from this year. The gorgeous wide grain Adirondack spruce top has the narrower grain at the edges. The neck profile feels like the shape from fall of 1939, very comfortable and a little more full than the rest...
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1966 Gibson MELODY MAKER

As you can see this has turned green like so many of the others. But condition-wise aside from discoloring of the pickguard as well, this is really, really clean. no finish checking and hardly any dings! it comes with a very nice form fitting case, no logo.
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1937 Gibson L-00

As anyone that follows Dying Breed knows, we LOVE L-00s. We have sold several in just this year and the L-00 is in our top three favorite guitar models of all time. THIS one is our favorite as far as cosmetics. This instruments just screams tone, by appearance alone! Perfection indeed. Original finish, original fire stripe pickguard, original bracing, original nut. No head stock break, no heel...
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2015 Hofner® 500/1 ‘Cavern’ Violin Beatle Bass

The Hofner 500/1 Violin Bass was designed by Walter Hofner and launched at the Frankfurt Music Messe in 1956. It has since gone on to become one of the most recongisable electric bass guitars in the music world in terms of both looks and sound. The Hofner 500/1 ‘Cavern’ Violin Bass takes it’s name from the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England. Opened in 1957 this Club was one of the most important...
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1966 Mosrite ‘Joe Maphis’ Style Double Neck Guitar

1966 Mosrite ‘Joe Maphis’ style Double Neck guitar. The guitar is fitted with a 12-string neck at the top and a 6-string at the bottom. Each headstock it labeled “M MOSRITE / of California”. The guitar has its original black plastic cover pickups embossed with “Mosrite of California”, Mosrite ‘hat type’ ‘V’ & ‘T’ chrome control knobs numbered 1 through 5, Mosrite individually adjustable saddle...
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1976 Gibson LES PAUL

Very, Very Clean 100% original. Tarnishing of the hardware being the main issue, and the ever present buckle rash. but none through the finish. Pretty light weight for a Les Paul too I think. I can take many more HQ pics upon request.
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1979 Rickenbacker 4001


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This used bass is a U.S. handbuilt Rickenbacker 4001 model that was built in May 1979 (serial number: SE 2582). The bass features a neck-through design and a top bound Maple body with a Mapleglo high gloss finish. The 33.25" scale bound Maple neck has a 20 fret Rosewood fingerboard with Triangle inlays, brass nut and a sleek fast feel. The pickups are the passive Rickenbacker "single coil" type...
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Ampeg SVT-610HLF


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Ampeg SVT-610HLF Speaker Cab. (4 ohm) w/6X10", Tweeter & Casters - $599.00
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1975 Fender® Stratocaster®

I hesitate to labe a guitar near mint. I mean the pictures tell the story so one could decide for themselves. The finish has yellowed for instance. If it's just about how many dings, checking lines, playwear etc. then yeah this guitar is near mint! 100% original with OHSC. And some case candy to boot. Let me know if you need more pics.
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