Drew Berlin's Vintage Guitars
Drew Berlin
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Please note; the buyer is responsible for paying the shipping cost and insurance on all purchases or returns. Unless otherwise specified, you the customer are responsible for all risk of loss or damage in shipping. Our preferred method of shipping is UPS Red Label Next Day Air.

Customer satisfaction is our number one priority at Drew Berlin’s Vintage Guitars. We offer a 24-hour money-back return policy. If you are not satisfied, call us immediately. If the purchase is not as described, we will evaluate the discrepancy and work toward mutual satisfaction.

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1966 Fender Pro Reverb

This is an all original example of a Blackface Fender Pro Reverb. The allure of these amps can be found primarily in the fact it is basically a Twin Reverb at half the power. Countless players have used Pro Reverbs on classic blues, rock, surf, country and other style recordings as well as live. This one is in incredibly clean condition cosmetically and shows no major mods or repairs (even...
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard

This 1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard Sunburst Serial number 8 5438 was made in the Kalamazoo, MI factory in 1958. It has not been broken or cracked. It is a very fine example of a big necked ’58, light weight, faded top Burst in good condition. This instrument was obviously owned by someone who played it professionally being that it is set up and dialed for excellent playability and sound. The...
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1963 Gibson ES-335

This is a special example of a fantastic looking, playing and sounding Gibson ES 335, lightly played, in all original condition from 1963. It has the desirable larger, round neck. This all-original Gibson ES 335 (SN# 100899) in excellent, 9+ condition is just as it left the Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, MI in 1963. It has no cracks, finish work or repairs. The original finish shows perfectly...
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