Drew Berlin's Vintage Guitars
Drew Berlin
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1967 Epiphone Riviera 12

1967 Epiphone E360TD12 Riviera 12 String Sunburst This is an extremely clean and well cared for example of a 1967 Epiphone Riviera 12. This excellent, all-original Riviera is a fantastic sounding and playing instrument with the iconic sound made famous by such bands as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Mommas and the Papas, The Byrds and even Oasis. This model was made in...
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1964 Fender Jazz Bass

1964 Fender Jazz Bass 17% off
The Jazz Bass is of one of Fender's most successful and iconic designs from the pre-CBS era.This Fender Jazz bass from 1964 is a spectacular playing and sounding example of a Pre-CBS instrument. The body color is a strong and unfaded sunburst with the finish showing some play wear and a small area where the finish is worn down (likely from a belt buckle) on the back/ middle. The tortoise guard is...
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~1980 Trainwreck Airbrake

~1980 Trainwreck Airbrake 24% off
A very rare and hard to find piece of Trainwreck history, this original Trainwreck Airbrake “Power Reducer” was made by Ken Fisher sometime in the 1980’s or early 90’s. It bears the blue and red labels and the gold “Trainwreck Circuits” label with Ken’s address and phone number. Rated for 75 Watts, the airbrake has “Power In” (input from amplifier), a “Slave Out” (additional output),...
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1957 Gibson J 160 E

The Gibson J160 E was the writing guitar of choice for many of The Beatles early hits. This incredibly clean and original example from 1957 has the laminate top (on models made after 1955) 20 frets (on models after 1956) top hat knobs (starting in 1957) along with an Adjustable ceramic bridge that showed up in that year. The result is a beautiful, more focused sound with less feedback potential...
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1966 Rickenbacker 360-12

This is a beautiful and very clean example of a Rickenbacker 360/12 thinline hollowbody 12 string in Fireglo finish made in Santa Ana, Ca in 1966. These were first used most notably by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones and along with The Byrds, were responsible for a huge part of the classic, culture-changing sound of the 60’s. The 360/12 is still, to this day Rickenbackers most known...
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1956 Fender Bandmaster

1956 Fender Bandmaster 27% off
One of the rarest and most sought after of vintage Fender amps, the Fender Tweed 3x10 Bandmaster has been a benchmark live and recording amplifier for such greats as Joe Walsh, Eric Clapton, Pete Townsend and Keith Richards to name a few. The Fender Bandmaster line began in 1953 with a short-lived 1x15 incarnation eventually to become the sought-after narrow panel 3x10 in late 1955 5E7 Model....
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