Found 19 matches

1964 Kay K-300

$950
Retrofret Stock # 6604. Kay K-300 Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1964), made in Chicago, natural lacquer finish, laminated maple body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original two-tone chipboard case. he Kay K-300 was the Chicago company's top-of-the-line "solidbody" guitar in the early '60's, even though it's not actually solid! The guitar built on a wide, flat-topped vaguely...
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1963 Kay K-8110

$1,200
Retrofret Stock # 6846. Kay K-8110 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1963, made in Chicago, natural top, sunburst back and sides finish, maple back, sides and neck; spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, black chipboard case. Overall length is 42 3/4 in. (108.6 cm.), 17 1/8 in. (43.5 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 5/8 in. (11.7 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the end block. Scale length is 25 3/4...
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1966 Kay K-5922

$1,800
Built in the Kay Elk Grove Village plant this mid 60’s Bass from the Chicago giant was offered in the Kay catalogue after the sale to Seeburg but before the merger with Valco. She has a laminated Maple neck and chambered Double bound body finished in Burnt Orange with a wood pick-guard and selector switch surround, quite rare as these were quickly changed to plastic, and a Rosewood fret board...
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1967 Kay K-6140 Rhythm Special

$850
Retrofret Stock # 6595. Kay K-6140 Rhythm Special Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1967), made in Chicago, natural top, sunburst back and sides finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, gig bag case. Overall length is 41 in. (104.1 cm.), 15 5/8 in. (39.7 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 5/8 in. (11.7 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the end block. Scale length...
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~1962 Kay Value Leader K9561

$550
Here we have a cool little early sixties short scale bass from the prolific Chicago builder. The K5961 was Kay’s bass offering in a line that included multi-pick up guitar variations and a six string bass, which, in 1960, must have been one of the first to the market. She has a Maple laminate body, a steel reinforced Maple neck and a Maple fret board with brass frets and faux tortoise shell dots....
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1996 Paul Reed Smith McCarty Model 'Employee Guitar'

$8,950
1996 PRS McCarty 'Employee' Guitar Specially Built For Seth Henderson - The CFO of PRS. 1996 Paul Reed Smith McCarty Model 'Employee Guitar' This 'Employee' PRS McCarty guitar weighs just 7.40 lbs., and has a one-piece, PRS-shape offset asymmetrical double-cutaway 13 inch wide, just under 2 inches deep, mahogany body with an amazing sculptured, two-piece book-matched highly-figured, tiger eye...
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2015 BEDELL USA Earthsong Dreadnaught

$1,790
Beautifully crafted in Bend Oregon, USA- the Bedell Earthsong Dreadnaught model proves it is possible to create a great performing guitar with incredible tone while honoring a complete commitment to forest stewardship. The Bedell Earthsong is inspired by the beauty and wonder of the American landscape: the streams, deserts, swamps, forests, beaches and valleys, and all the natural wonders that...
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2015 BEDELL USA Earthsong Orchestra

$1,790
SOLD**********SOLD****************SOLD*********SOLD Beautifully crafted in Bend Oregon, USA- the Bedell Earthsong Orchestra model proves it is possible to create a great performing guitar with incredible tone while honoring a complete commitment to forest stewardship. The Bedell Earthsong is inspired by the beauty and wonder of the American landscape: the streams, deserts, swamps, forests,...
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BEDELL USA Coffee House Dreadnaught

$2,990
Beautifully made in Bend Oregon, USA - gorgeous Expresso Burst Bedell Coffee House Dreadnaught model is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of fine Adirondack Spruce and East Indian Rosewood with curly Koa Binding. Crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago, but with more precision- bringing back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the...
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2015 BEDELL USA 1964 Orchestra Model

$1,990
No.4051 Beautifully made in Bend Oregon, USA - our gorgeous Natural finished with aged toner top Bedell 1964 Orchestra model is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka Spruce and Honduran Mahogany. Crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago, but with more precision. The Bedell 1964 OM brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the...
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2015 BEDELL USA 1964 Dreadnaught

$1,990
Please see our demo video with this model- attached. Beautifully made in Bend Oregon, USA - our gorgeous Bedell 1964 Dreadnought is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka Spruce and Honduran Mahogany. Crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago, but with more precision. The Bedell 1964 Dreadnought brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The...
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2015 BEDELL USA 1964 Orchestra Model

$1,990
Beautifully made in Bend Oregon, USA - our gorgeous Natural finished with aged toner top Bedell 1964 Orchestra model is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka Spruce and Honduran Mahogany. Crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago, but with more precision. The Bedell 1964 OM brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the Sitka...
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1925 Martin Style 2K Uke

$2,850
An early example with the most desirable features! These mid 20’s Martins are known for having the choicest koa with crazy crazy figure and flame that unfolds more every time you see it. Has the early logo on the back of the headstock, bar frets and Ivoroid button Grover no. 76 tuning pegs. Also has White/Black/White ivoroid top binding and lovely single layer ivoroid binding on back. We suggest...
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2014 Fender® Classic Series '72 Telecaster® Custom

$899.99
From vintage-style body colors to chunky vintage necks and more, the Classic series captures the essence of old-school Fender, with the options of supercharged circuitry and mods of a true 21st-century instrument. Learn More Classic Thinline Style Adventurous guitarists started hot-rodding their Telecasters in the late ’60s and early ’70s with big-sounding humbucking pickups...
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BEDELL 1964 Parlor - Open Box Extra Savings

$1,791
The Bedell 1964 Parlor is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka spruce and Honduran mahogany, crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago. The Bedell 1964 Parlor brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the Sitka spruce soundboards is salvaged from downed trees in Alaska. Sitka spruce has been the primary top wood for...
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BEDELL 1964 Orchestra - Open Box Extra Savings

$1,791
The Bedell 1964 Orchestra is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka spruce and Honduran mahogany, crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago. The Bedell 1964 Orchestra brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the Sitka spruce soundboards is salvaged from downed trees in Alaska. Sitka spruce has been the primary top wood for...
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BEDELL 1964 Dreadnought - Open Box Extra Savings

$1,791
The Bedell 1964 Dreadnought is constructed from a time-honored tonewood combination of Sitka spruce and Honduran mahogany, crafted similarly to the way guitars were built fifty years ago. The Bedell 1964 Dreadnought brings back the spirit of the music we all love. The wood used in the Sitka spruce soundboards is salvaged from downed trees in Alaska. Sitka spruce has been the primary top wood for...
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~1975 Fender® Starcaster

$4,200
Fender’s Starcaster model was a direct response to Gibson’s Electro Spanish line, specifically the beloved Es-335 line of semi-hollow thin-line guitars. Fender took the concept of a semi-hollow bound body with F-holes and humbucking pickups and added a number of classically “Fender” style twists to the design. The most obvious deviations are the off-set Jaguar/Jazzmaster-esque body shape and...
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Louis Electric BUSTER

$1,895
When the Louis rep first dropped by to pitch me carrying their amps. I had not played one yet but was very aware of their products so my reactions was kind of lukewarm. He then said "I've got a Buster in the car. Do you want me to go get it?" So I said why not. Well within 5 minutes of plugging using a K-Line Truxton Vintage I'm like "I'll take it! I hadn't even asked the price yet. My go to amp...
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