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2009 Santa Cruz 1964 D14 Reissue Braz Rosewood

$12,900
An amazing guitar to hold in your hands in mint to near mint con. Please contact us for more info. Serious offers welcome.
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1994 Martin D-41

$2,995
The Martin names looms so large over the acoustic guitar world that sometimes it's nice to just pick one up, strum some simple chords, and be reminded that the reputation is well earned. This '94 D-41 has some years on it but it has been well cared for and is as sound as they come. Solid sitka spruce top, rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge. It is well appionted...
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1958 Martin D-28

$3,495
1958 Martin D28. This guitar has been through the ringer. It has had� the top reprayed after ttwo guards were removed. The back has a patch in the Brazilian rosewood and the headstock has been cracked in the past. All that being said it plays and sounds amazing. It is strictly a players guitar. Looks aren't everything.
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1973 Gibson Hummingbird

$2,495
The Hummingbird is Gibson's iconic dreadnought acoustic, known world-over for it's rich and warm tone. It's super expressive and can cover a lot of bases. Strum it gently and it pairs wonderfully with the human voice, hit her hard and you get a nice percussive rhythmic attack that blends great within a bigger band. Overall in nice shape, couple of spots to note: it's had a neck-set, there's a...
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1968 Vox Astro Bass

$1,895
Vox and the Fab Four are forever linked, so it's no wonder that they also had a violin shaped "Beatle" bass. When you get to it though, the Vox Astro is a whole different beast than Paul's, and one would argue, quite a bit cooler! The pickups are in the same ballpark tone-wise, but with quite a bit more power and punch. Sounds equally good with round-wounds as flatwounds. There's also an on-board...
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1968 Vox Apollo IV

$1,495
Vox played a huge part in the rock explosion of the sixties and their basses were front and center in the very able hands of Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones. The Apollo is fully hollow, single florentine cutaway, 29.5" scale wonder, complete with a gnarly on-board distortion-fuzz circuit. There's also an active treble booster and a "g-tuner" but those are more of novelty than practical. No...
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Scale Model Bass

$695
Here's a nice custom made relic P-Bass from a local builder. The body got a nice light coat of nitro paint and the neck has an oiled finish for a smooth feel. The vintage original Precision style pickup is great for those who like a typical P-Bass sound but with a little less bottom. Alder body, maple neck, and what looks like some crazy cool Cocobolo for the fingerboard. 9.1 lbs, 1-5/8" wide at...
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1978 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,295
A Jetglo Rickenbacker bass is just about the coolest thing ever invented, and this '78 certainly makes the case open and shut. 9.0 lbs of tone. It's all original except for the strap buttons and bridge pickup insert which also double as a thumb-rest.
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1975 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,695
A stone cold killer of a Rick Bass! If the Burgundyglo finish didn't hook you, having it in your hands for .00004 seconds will! Great weight, comfy neck, it's the whole package and you know it straight away. We can't emphasize enough how great this set of pickups sounds, compared not just to other Rick basses but rather everything else in the shop. The perfect balance of warmth and articulation....
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~1970 Ovation Magnum I

$1,295
This rare black vintage Ovation Magnum bass really gets its hooks in you. The Magnums have a sleek look unlike any other, but it's not very often you find one in black. The natural ones look cool, but this bass looks mean. Pickups are nice and punchy and articulate. Mahogany bock and neck, ebony fingerboard. Nicely balanced and not too bad at only 9.3 lbs. Neck super comfy, somewhere between your...
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1979 MusicMan Sabre

$1,995
The Music Man Sabre Bass is for the player who wants more. More power. More definition. Leo Fender invented the original electric bass in the 1950's, then with Music Man he re-invented it for the modern era. It can keep up with the loudest and busiest of bands. This bass is all original and is still in excellent condition, and looks exceptionally mean with this jet black paint job. Active preamp...
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1976 Ibanez Destroyer Bass

$1,895
70's Ibanez guitars never disappoint, and this "Lawsuit" Destroyer bass is no exception. It's extremely versatile and lives up to the US competition. All three pickup positions sound amazing. The P-bass style in the neck gets you a warm and fat tone, and the bridge pickup has a good amount of output and is a good match for aggressive players. No breaks, repairs or mods.
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1986 Hamer FBIV

$1,695
This vintage fire-engine red Hamer FBIV keeps things simple in the best possible ways. It's got a solid 34" scale with a set-neck, P and J style pickups, is comprised of mahogany for the body and neck with rosewood fingerboard, has a tilt back headstock with a straight string path over the nut to the tuners, and a Strat style output jack to keep your cable right where you want it. Still in...
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~1980 Global Jazz Bass® Copy

$595
Copy? Well, perhaps "tribute" is more fitting as Leo Fender got it right the first time and why mess with a winning formula. This Global bass actually has a lot more power and kick than a vintage J thanks to the dual humbucking pickups. Very round and warm sounding. It's also light and super comfortable, weighing just 8.8 lbs with a body only 1-3/8" thick. Killer tort pickguard and a very good...
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1999 Gibson Thunderbird

$1,495
Punchy and agressive, this one is as good as it gets for Gibson's classic Thunderbird Bass. Great resonance and sustain thanks the all mahogany neck-through-body construction and tilt back headstock. This fab bass some light buckle rash on the back and nothing else to report. No breaks, no mods. Ebony fingerboard, good frets, nice weight too at 8.7 lbs. Full 34" scale, neck is 1.5" wide at the...
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1968 Gibson EB-3

$1,995
If there's one thing a Gibson bass brings, it's a lot of BASS! We're talking seriously deep tone. This vintage EB-3 is in excellent condition and doesn't look anything close to it's real age. The mahogany body has some amazing quilt figuring that really makes this a one-of-a-kind piece. All original except for the Schaller strap lock buttons and new bridge saddles. No breaks or repairs to be...
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1965 Gibson EB-3

$3,995
This is one dead-sexy EB-3. Sounds and plays like a champ. All original, very good condition. There's one very unfortunately placed scratch on the back of the headstock that we're happy to say that it is just a scratch and NOT a break. It has been checked and there are no breaks, no repairs and no mods on this beauty. This is the kind of bass that really makes you believe in good old wood. Super...
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1996 Gibson Custom Shop Thunderbird

$3,995
You're not going to see many Thunderbirds with a metal-flake finish like this one! Thank you Gibson Custom Shop! The black hardware is a great match for the gold finish. It is all original and in very good condition with low play hours. Flake finishes need to be a little thicker than a normal finish so they tend to check over time as has this one as you can see in the photos. No breaks, repairs...
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1972 Fender® Telecaster® Bass

$2,495
Fender's Telecaster bass was first introduced in '68, but was really the first ever reissue of the original Precision bass. In 1971 it got a little redesign, and a lot more power thanks to a new humbucking pickup. This beautiful aged blonde '72 is a real powerhouse and is all original except for a new nut. Lots of cool weather checking and wear. 10.3 lbs. Neck is straight and measures 1-5/8" wide...
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1978 Fender® Precision Bass®

$2,495
Everything about this vintage P-Bass is Big with a capital "B." Big sound. Big tone. Big neck. And yes, it's 70s Fender so it's pretty weighty too. This color combo looks incredible, the white is still pretty white, not much yellowing, though there was some bleed from the case so there's a red spot on the back and on the edge. Good action too, it's a pleasure to play.
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