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1977 ELECTRO HARMONIX Golden Throat Talk Box

$250.00
The earliest of the Golden Throat series pedals from Electro Harmonix. Comes without hose but is easily acquired. Truly the classic talk box.
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Electro-Harmonix Hum Debugger Pedal

$115.85
Every musician battles hum in their signal chain. The Hum Debugger turns it into dead silence, courtesy of a little EHX magic. Not a noise gate, and not a noise suppressor -- but a real hum extractor. Silence is golden.
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ELECTRO HARMONIX Hum Debugger

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Every musician battles hum in their signal chain. The Hum Debugger turns it into dead silence, courtesy of a little EHX magic. Not a noise gate, and not a noise suppressor -- but a real hum extractor. Silence is golden.
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1959 Harmony Meteor H-70

$1,650.00
Retrofret Stock # 6122. Harmony Meteor H-70 Model Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1959), made in Chicago, serial # 3405H70, sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original two-tone chipboard case. This is a very early example a Harmony classic, the H-70 Meteor. Introduced in 1958, the Meteor was the first of the thinline cutaway designs that...
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1966 Harmony Rocket H53

$850.00
Here we have a nice clean example of what appears to be the first guitar of about half of the North American guitar playing population. And you were all at Woodstock too, we know. This one is the single pick-up H53 Rocket that Harmony began painting red in 1963. She is all original except, we suppose, that pick guard, which was obviously intended for the white plastic pick-up surround often seen...
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2006 Warrior Instruments Kings Closet Angel #9

$11,500.00
This guitar is playable Art, a treasured 1-of-a-kind instrument. The Archangel guitar is one of the rarest pieces of highly figured flamed Koa in the world. Starts with a 13-piece body (top, back, and headstock) of exceptional Koa, Figured Maple, and Purpleheart. Adds a 13-piece neck of 300+ year-old aged Mahogany, Purple Heart, and Maple. The Exquisite Cocobolo fretboard has over 400...
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