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1935 Martin 0-18K KOA

This one needs some finish restoration, but it has some killer flame. I’ve owned this for years hoping to restore it, but it’s time to move it on. The flame on this Martin Koa is great, check out the shots of the top from inside the guitar to really get a look at the flame. Braces are in fine shape. Original flat bar frets are made for playing Hawaiian Slide Style. Many owners choose to...
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1945 Martin 0-17

An original lightweight 3 lb 1 oz 1945 hide glue era Martin 0-17 that has seen some play wear over the years, with a replaced bridge as it’s only real issue. Guitar has light checking, edge wear and nicks and dings from play wear and honest use over 74 years. A crack free example where it counts, with the exception of a typical sound-hole to bridge crack ..guitar has not been cleaned or...
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1955 Fender Statocaster Bakelite Volume Knob

Vintage Bakelite parts for 1954-1956 Stratocasters have become impossible to find. This is a rare chance to buy a volume knob only. This was from a full set I purchased, and is probably the most needed of the three. Get that expensive Strat of yours back to correct specs. Voicemail not working - text me and I will call. This will be packed in a good sized box for shipping.
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~1920 SS Stewart L-00 Sized

Beautiful Brazilian Rosewood back and sides that rivals the best Martin 0-45 from the 1920’s. Straight grain with the rich chocolate color, great for an x braced conversion, a new build, or restoration. Brazilian Rosewood of this quality is not available in today’s world, making this a real gem. Full sized, 25” scale, 14” width, 19” body length, 3 ¾” body depth puts this at a hair smaller...
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1960 Guild Aristocrat M-75

Probably the cleanest Guild Aristocrat in existence. Virtually un-played condition. Original Guild Hang Tag, along with retail guitar store inventory “tag” still on the guitar from 1960. You will not find a cleaner M-75 anywhere. A true museum piece, one of, collector piece gem. Slight lifting to the headstock veneer can be restored, which is common on Guilds of this era. Original...
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Flying V

Listed is the full 4 page issue of the November 1957 "Gibson Gazette" announcing the release of the Flying V, and the 3 pickup Les Paul Custom. This is a rare and hard to find Gibson publication. This issue has damage to the mailing folds from scotch tape, that is no longer present, but has left a darkening to the paper. Also listed for sale is one page --the only page that...
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1957 Gretsch Country Club

1957 Gretsch Country Club 14 % off
Another uncirculated and local guitar, purchased from the original owner’s family. 1956/1957 Country Club in Cadillac Green featuring block De’Armonds & gold hardware. These mid 50’s Country Clubs are classic beauties. The Cadillac Green color offsets the gold hardware beautifully. The gold Grover Imperial art deco tuners, and the gold Melita bridge, and the D'armond block pickups all look...
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~1976 Gibson Pat # Stamp Humbucker N.O.S never used

New Old Stock never used Pat # Stamped Humbucker, never used, full length leads, never installed in a guitar. I purchased this years ago from an old guitar shop. Reads 7.54 & includes surround ring and height adjustment screws.
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~1965 Fender Bandmaster Amp Head Cover

Nice Victoria Luggage Company Amp head cover with felt lining, no rips or tears, and the label window is intact. Does not say “Bandmaster” on the outside, but fits a Bandmaster head perfectly. Has one small streak of white of white on the back, probably from being rubbed against something. Nice solid cover that has aged well.
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~1965 Fender Bandmaster Amp Head Cover

Circ 1965 Fender Bandmaster amp head cover. Has one seam separation that could be sewed by a cobbler, it is a clean separation. Has some wear to the cover and the lettering, it’s been used, it’s not mint. Other covers and guitar cases and parts available if you want to combine shipping.
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