Found 18 matches

1965 Silvertone Jaguar

$699
I love Danelectros, and Danelectro Silvertones- this is an early one, mid 1965 pot codes. Plays great, sounds amazing, and all stock other than the bridge. These came as a tremolo guitar, but the tremolo bridge was missing. We had an original Dano bridge, non trem, and it fit perfectly, so here we have a fixed bridge 1450L! Looks great, and ready to boogie. We had an old black case that looks...
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1971 Marshall JMP 1959T Tremolo Head

$3,395
Here we have a pretty clean 1971 (going by the label and "C" date code) 1959T, the venerable Superlead with the addition of tremolo! The tremolo works (one channel only, which is correct) and sounds pretty good. Circuitry wise it looks all original, other than 2 filter caps having been replaced, and a 3 pin grounded AC cable installed (with the polarity switch being taken out of the circuit)....
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Marshall 1959T Plexi Super Tremolo

$5,495
Here we have a classic, and pretty rare Marshall 100 watt Plexi head. It doesn't say JMP, just Super Tremolo 100W. The head is a factory 32 MF filter cap head, with only 1 can mounted on the chassis- when I got it the amp had 100MF caps installed, but there were wires run here and there, the original circuit was laid out for dual 32's, which made me think it was later 1967, but some folks have...
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Framus Strato Deluxe Jaguar

$699
Cool guitar! Replaced machine heads. Played, and not mint, but looks pretty good and plays nice. Electronics work fine and ready to boogie! Has a light duty, somewhat beat hard case that is a little long for the guitar, but fits it well, with one broken latch. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. Thanks for looking! - Coleman Music 1021 South Main St. China Grove,...
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1964 Guild Jetstar S50

$1,499
Clean single pickup Guild Jetstar with original soft case, and an old set of Guild strings! The 38XXX serial number puts it at 1964. It's not perfect, but is as nice an example as I have seen in years. Plays great, nice neck (not really skinny) and sound all it's on. Not something you see every day. Be the first on your block! Thanks for looking. Please feel free to contact us with any...
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Kapa Continental

$679
Pretty clean Kapa Continental. I own 2 personally, and have had dozens more- this one has a thin neck, most are chunkier, very fast and feels great. Several of the dot inlays in the fingerboard are replaced, missing when we got it, and we had them tinted to look old. Other than that, pretty straight! Original bar, which you seldom see, and original soft case! Virtually no fret wear, as nice as...
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Fender Strat Plus Deluxe

$1,679
Fabulous guitar in excellent condition. Virtually no fret wear, plays great, and one of their most beautiful finishes. I remember ordering this guitar in the early 90's, when we were dealers, sold it new. The bridge pickup had been replaced with a Hot Rails, we had a slightly older correct Red Fender Lace Sensor, and installed it to make the guitar electronically like it was when new. Pots and...
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1967 Fender Coronado

$2,895
We sold this one 3 years ago or so to one of the best producers/engineers, and one of the best guitarists I know, who used it for a tour, where it was seen on Austin City Limits, among others. He baby'ed it, it was a clean one owner guitar when he got it, now it is a clean 2 owner guitar. December 1967 neck stamp, so probably hit a store in 1968, but that's the stamp on the neck. 1.7" (1 11/16")...
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1962 Guild Starfire III

$2,699.99
This is one of those guitars. It's fantastic. It also has a repaired cracked headstock, probably from a machine head bouncing off the bottom of the case, but it is a solid and stable repair- I was gigging 120+ shows a year and my 2 G Juniors had repaired headstocks, and those that know, know they aren't going anywhere. But I had to have it! I played it, was amazed and paid the price. It belonged...
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~1994 Fender Telecaster

$1,899.99
Pretty stupid clean guitar, with a nice high end square case with ATA latches. Virtually no fret wear. This belonged to one of the best producers and engineers, not to mention guitarists I have known, and he baby's his stuff. Nice chunky neck, 1.7" (1 11/16") nut width. Not much to point to and say "this is what's wrong", easily the nicest example I have had since I sold them new way back when....
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Kawai 3-Pickup Mosritish

$299
I wish I didn't love these instrument. Mosrites have always been one of the coolest shaped guitars, and this one has that mojo- and it's 3 pickups! Everything works, neck reasonably straight, new strings, lotta love and ready to boogie. We even found a chipboard case for it! No logo, but has that Kawai vibe, later 60's after they bought Teisco. Or I could be way off base. It's just a decent...
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Switch Vibracell

$499
Ah, another rare an coveted Switch guitar! We were dealers for these back in the 90's, they were made out of some type resin and had all these outrageously cool sparkle and neon colors. Every few months another dealer buddy of mine turns some new old stock ones loose, which is where the 3 we have up on Reverb came from- these were never sold. Necks are straight, everything works, and you just...
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1986 Marshall 4001 Studio 15

$749.99
Nice example of a rare Marshall combo. JCM800 era, the only Marshall I know of that used 2 6V6's, a wonderful combination. Tube preamp with ECC83's, and the perfect small rock/blues/country amp, or for just around the house where tone is a thing, but size isn't. And you can impress your friends! Original Celestion Vintage 30. The U in the serial number puts it at 1986. Has a few scuffs, and signs...
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1966 Kustom Frankenstein

$995
Kustom amps have always been a classic overcompensation cause I couldn't afford it as a kid kind of thing. Especially the big ones! This one is a really rare bird, it's the earlier/less wide 11 pleat "Frankenstein" model, or "Frank" as the Kustom crowd calls them. Works great, looks pretty nice but scuff dings, etc where you would expect to see them. Handles replaced on one with Stanley tool box...
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1951 National Triplex Lapsteel

$749
Outrageously cool National lap steel- besides looking hip, the bar on the side lets you switch between 2 different tunings. The machines look replaced, and are single lines, and should be no lines. Otherwise, pretty clean, a few dings here and there but nice. Straight neck, with little fret wear. Yeah, I said that. Original brown case with gator ends, a little beat but solid. The fingerboard is...
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1981 Fender Bassman 135

$695
Killer amp. Linear tap Fenders get a bad rap, but it's not so much the LT as I think the changes CBS did to the bias and phase inverter, and other things they changed in the circuit. This amp had a bad output transformer. I ordered the correct transformer from Hammond (linear tap) as well as a quartet of 6L6 Electro Harmonix from CE. Driver and 2nd preamp tube were replaced well, as well as all...
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1986 Marshall 4001 Studio 15

$995
Very clean example of a rare Marshall combo. JCM800 era, the only Marshall I know of that used 2 6V6's, a wonderful combination. Tube preamp with ECC83's, and the perfect small rock/blues/country amp, or for just around the house where tone is a thing, but size isn't. And you can impress your friends! Original Celestion Vintage 30. The U in the serial number puts it at 1986. Thanks for...
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1966 Ampeg ASB-1 Devil bass

$3,999
A very rare instrument, and the first I have ever owned. Little fret wear, nice action, straight neck (with working truss rod) plays great and sounds like an Ampeg Devil bass! Issues- the body has had a really pro refin. It's dead on, and when I first saw it the refin went right by me. The neck is original. The previous owner told me he sent it to some guy in New York, it was very expensive,...
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