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2012 Bedell LEMB-54

$2,899
Here is a stunning new, old stock, 2012 Bedell LEMB-54 made in the U.S. The orchestra style body resembles OM shaped guitars. This model is an early, serial #4, limited run instrument. The back and sides are beautiful birdseye maple with an amber gloss finish. The guitar is immaculate. It has a yellow cedar top that gives the guitar a warm tone with a lot of depth. The hang time is very nice...
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1953 Gibson LES PAUL

$15,995
This is one of the cleanest highly collectible 1953 Gibson Goldtop Les Paul guitars we have run across in our 40 years of dealing in vintage guitars. 1952 was the first year of production for the solid body Les Paul. Characteristic of 1952 and early 1953 Gibson did not serialize the guitar. It has a carved maple top and a mahogany body. The glossy mahogany neck is in very nice condition. There...
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~1927 Vega Whyte Laydie No. 2

$1,099
This Whyte Laydie No. 2 plectrum banjo was made by the Vega Company in Boston MA. It appears to be all original except the 11” Ludwig head and the wood bridge. The neck is two piece maple with a stripe down the middle that looks like walnut or ebony. It has 22 frets, a 26 1/2” scale and is 1 3/16” at the nut. The serial number on the ring and dowel are matching. The ivoroid bound ebony fretboard...
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1956 Gibson LES PAUL SPECIAL

$4,999
Here is a 1956 Gibson Les Paul Special in the original tv yellow from the second year of production for this model. The distinctive single cut Les Paul Special, built in Kalamzoo MI, was first introduced in 1955 and rapidly became popular. It is estimated that Gibson built 1345 LP Specials in 1956. As part of our museum collection since 1979 this guitar has been out of circulation for 34 plus...
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2000 Tacoma PKK40

$1,595
This solid premium flame Koa parlor guitar has stunning Koa top, back, and sides. This one was built in the factory in Tacoma, Washington and when we spotted it in the owner's office we knew it was special. There is abalone inlay around the 10 ply bound top, on the rosette floral fretboard inlay, and on the Tacoma logo on the headstock. The back of the guitar has five ply binding and both the...
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1918 Gibson Style 0

$5,999
Here is a museum quality 1918 Gibson Style O built in Kalamazoo Michigan by the Gibson-Mandolin Guitar Co. The sunburst archtop acoustic guitar has a single pointed cutaway on the treble side of the instrument with an elegant carved scroll on the upper bass bout. Single ply ivoroid binding adorns the top, back, peghead, neck, and the soundhole. Orville Gibson is frequently credited as the first...
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1965 Mosrite Ventures Mark I

$4,400
This "Ventures" 1965 Mosrite Mark I was built in California. Named for the band that was one of the most popular instrumental bands of all time, the Ventures model guitar was first introduced in 1963. The guitar has a solid alder body with a contoured top and is finished in a striking pacific blue color. The one piece maple neck has a bound slab rosewood fretboard with 22 frets plus a zero fret....
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1966 Epiphone Caoila

$2,299
Here is a beautiful all original 1966 Epiphone Caoila Standard guitar built in Kalamazoo MI with a warm cherry finish. Al Caiola is an American (b. 1920) guitarist with 50 albums under his belt. The rare artist Epiphone Caoila Standard model was first introduced in 1966 and production ended in 1969. The hollow body, archtop guitar without soundholes weighs just 6.4 pounds, The top, sides and back...
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1957 Fender® Precision Bass®

$5,995
Here is a nice early two tone sunburst Fender Precision bass from the transitional year of 1957 built in the Fullerton CA. plant.. Later in the year the Precision lost it's narrow headstock, huge white pickguard, single coil staggered pole pickup, and through body strings in favor of a strat like headstock, smaller anodized aluminum pickguard, split pickup with dual pole pieces, and strings...
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1952 Fender® Precision Bass®

$9,999
This 1952 Fender Precision bass, built in the Fullerton CA plant, is from the second year of production. The bass, first introduced by Leo Fender in November 1951, was adapted from the Fender Telecaster guitar. It was a ground breaking portable instrument in an era when bass players lugged around huge upright basses. With it's ash body and elongated horns, the asymetrical, four string, double...
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~1895 Martin 2-20

$3,295
This is one sweet playing Martin 2-20 ca. 1895. It has Brazilian rosewood back and sides with an Adirondack spruce top. C.F. Martin & Co New York is engraved in the wood on the front end block and on a bracing strip visible inside the soundhole. The dimensions of the body are 12" at the lower bout, 4" body depth, and 18 1/14" body length which conforms to a Martin size 2. It has a highly figured...
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1958 Gibson LES PAUL SPECIAL

$7,995
This is a very nice example of an all original 1958 Gibson Les Paul Special in TV yellow. It is commonly thought that the TV yellow finish was developed to be black and white TV friendly. 1958 was the last year for the single cuataway, flat top Les Paul Special that was first introduced in 1955. The serial number, 8 4831, is stamped in black on the back of the headstock. It has a slab mahogany...
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1954 Fender® Esquire

$22,495
This is one sweet 1954 Fender Esquire in butterscotch blonde. At just 6.8 pounds this white guard Esquire is not only nice and light but is a great player with a vibrant tone. It has an ash body with a maple neck and headstock. The 21 fret neck with black dots has a 25 1/2" scale length and is slightly under 1 10/16" at the nut. It has the original nut with slightly widened slots. The frets are...
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1959 Fender® Stratocaster®

$17,995
This all original pre CBS 1959 Fender Stratocaster is both a great playing guitar and a very collectable one as well. We are classifying the condition of this guitar as very good but it could easily be considered excellent since the only alteration from the original is a single screw. The five digit serial number, 411_ _, is engraved on the four screw metal neck plate. Written inside the rear...
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2006 Gibson Master Museum Skullduggery

$55,000
This Gibson Master Museum guitar is for a collector who appreciates the finest craftsmanship. It was 100% custom designed and built in 2006 by Ren Ferguson, master luthier, at Gibson's acoustic division in Bozeman, Montana. Visually and tonally this instrument is museum quality. It has a custom trans-black finish with purple cast finished in nitrocellulose lacquer. Built of the finest woods,...
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1962 Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean

$2,495
This tasty 1962 Gretsch Model 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean was built in the New York plant during Gretsch's "golden era". It is finished in a warm light walnut color. Engraved on the top of the headstock is the five digit serial number 45115. The single cutaway, hollow body, archtop 6119 has a double bound maple top and maple back and sides. There are dual black simulated f holes. The body is 2"...
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1967 Gibson ES-345TD

$4,895
This 1967 Gibson ES-345TD thin body, double cutaway semi-hollow guitar has a very sweet warm tone with good pickup output. It was built in the Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan. A rich bright tobacco sunburst finish compliments the gold hardware. The dual f-hole body is maple with a solid maple block down the middle that results in nice sustain. Triple binding can be found on the top with...
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1955 Fender® Esquire

$12,999
This is one sweet 1955 Fender Esquire that resembles the Esquire that Luther Perkins of Johnny Cash fame and Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd played. A modified Esquire was used by Bruce Springsteen on "Born in the USA". First introduced in 1950 the Fender Esquire was appreciated for it's tone and simplicity. This 6.8 pound pre CBS guitar has a blond ash body with one piece maple neck. The maple...
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~1950 Martin Style 1 Concert

$599
This all original ca 1950 Martin Style 1 Concert ukulele has a mahogany back, sides, bridge and neck with simulated tortiseshell binding around front and back of the body. The twelve fret fingerboard is made of Brazilian rosewood and has four tiny dot inlays with double dots between the sixth and seventh frets. The width at the nut is 1 3/8". The nut and bridge saddle are made of ebony. The...
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1986 KRAMER Triax

$2,999
PRICE REDUCED!! We purchased this new futuristic Kramer Triax in January 1986 at the NAMM show. There is no serial number that we could locate and was possibly the prototype. The Kramer Triax, designed by Floyd Rose, resembles a starship. It's all original, made in the USA. There were probably no more than ten Kramer Triaxes ever built and were never intended for mass production. The Boston...
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1962 Gibson Les Paul SG

$9,249
This 1962 Gibson is one of the last of the Les Paul SG guitars produced. In 1962 Les Paul stopped allowing Gibson to use his name on the SG's. The guitar was originally finished in a natural cherry mahogany that has faded over the years to a nice brownish cherry color. This guitar is exceptionally clean with some minor dings and an 1/8" chip out of the right back side of the headstock. It is all...
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1971 Fender® Telecaster®

$7,495
We are pleased to offer this very rare 1971 Rosewood Fender Telecaster made in Fullerton CA for sale with serial number 313496 engraved on the back of the neck plate. It has been part of our vintage guitar collection for 35 years. This would be a nice addition to someone's collection or for a country player. Rosewood Teles were made from 1969 to 1972. The first Rosewood Telecaster was a gift to...
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