Fretted Americana
David Brass
818-222-4113
Calabasas, CA
10:10 PM
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

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We will give you 48 hours approval on all instruments that are purchased sight unseen. If you are not completely satisfied with the instrument simply contact us within the 48 hour period after receipt, and then return it in the same condition you received it for a full refund, less freight charges, or any related costs including card transactions, taxes and duties levied, especially when returning from other countries. The 48 hour approval period does not apply to amplifiers.

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1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard PAF Gold Top

$55,000
Tom Murphys "First Full Restoration" 1958 Les Paul PAF GoldTop Every Part Original - Down to the Very Last Screw! 1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard PAF Gold Top This guitar is very similar to Dickey Betts 'Goldie'. One of the very early 1958 PAF Goldtops, this guitar weighs just 8.40 lbs. and has nice, fat nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches....
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1954 Martin 00-18 (14th fret neck join)

$4,850
A 1954 Martin 00-18 1954 Martin 00-18 (14th fret neck join) This 14 5/16-inch-wide, 4 1/8 inch-deep guitar weighs just 3.60 lbs. Mahogany back and sides with an 'X' braced, close-grain spruce top with a 3 3/4 inch diameter sound hole surrounded by three rings in one-nine-one grouping. Five-ply binding on the top of black, white and tortoiseshell, single-ply tortoiseshell binding on the back....
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1960 Gibson ES-345TD

$19,500
A Superb Late 1960 ES-345TD with a Birds-Eye Maple Back 1960 Gibson ES-345TD This near mint guitar is the lightest ES-345 that we have seen weighing just 7.80 lbs. Laminated maple top, a laminated birds-eye maple back, and mahogany stained sides, with a maple ce ntral block. One-piece mahogany neck with a nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches (1.67 inches), a very fast thin neck profile (0.79...
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1978 Dumble Overdrive Special OD-50 WX

$125,000
A 1978/9 Dumble Overdrive Special used by Joe Bonamassa 1978 Dumble Overdrive Special OD-50 WX An exceptionally fine and all original 1978/79 Dumble Overdive Special Combo (serial number "038"). This 'Export Applied Acoustics' model 50 watt combo weighs 67 lbs and has a wooden cabinet with tan 'straw' speaker grill with "Dumble" metal logo. The exterior measurements are: 21 inches wide x 21...
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1986 HOFNER Model Special 461-S Archtop

$3,250
Super Rare and Near Mint 1962 Hofner 461S Archtop with Two 'Seal-Shaped' 'F' Holes and an Oval Sound Hole - But with a 'Story' 1986 Hofner Model Special 461-S Archtop A very interesting guitar… This near mint 16 1/4-inch-wide and 3 inch deep guitar weighs just 4.60 lbs. Two-piece maple back and sides. Two-piece carved spruce top with two single-bound 'seal-shaped' 'f' holes and also a 2 1/2 x...
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1961 Martin Soprano Mahogany Ukulele Style 0

$1,250
"The Bouncing Flea" Most Likely the Finest Martin Style 0 Soprano Ukulele on the Planet… 1961 Martin Soprano Mahogany Ukulele Style 0 This absolutely mint Martin Style 0 Ukulele weighs just four-fifths of a pound. The length of the body is 9 1/4 inches, the width is 6 3/8 inches and the depth is 2 3/8 inches. The top, back and sides are Mahogany. The 1 7/8 inch diameter sound-hole has a...
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1964 Fender Jaguar

$11,000
'Super Rare' - An Original 1964 Shoreline Gold Metallic Fender Jaguar 1964 Fender Jaguar This super rare 'Shoreline Gold Metallic' custom color, 13 3/4-inch-wide Jaguar weighs 8.40 lbs., and has a contoured solid alder body. One-piece maple neck with a comfortable "B" nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 24 inches, and a wonderful medium-to-thick profile. Curved veneer...
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1959 Gretsch 6156 Playboy Amplifier

$1,950
An All Original and Near Mint Gretsch 6156 Playboy Combo 1959 Gretsch 6156 Playboy Amplifier An exceptionally fine and all original (apart from a new three-prong grounded power cord) 1959 Model 6156 Playboy Amplifier (serial number "T 22094"). This 17 watt amp weighs just 19 lbs and has a charcoal cloth covered cabinet with tan 'tweed' cloth speaker grill with "Gretsch" black plastic logo. The...
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1958 Gretsch 6129 Silver Jet

$11,500
An All Original and Exceptionally Fine and Rare Transitional Early 1958 Gretsch 6129 Silver Jet 1958 Gretsch 6129 Silver Jet This very early 1958, featherweight 13 1/4-inch-wide guitar weighs just 7.40 lbs. and features a four-ply white and black bound chambered mahogany body with a pressed arched top of silver sparkle plastic laminate. One-piece mahogany neck (no heel-dowel) with a nice, fat...
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1965 Epiphone Riviera E360-TDC

$7,500
A Near Mint 1965 Custom Color Epiphone Riviera 1965 Epiphone Riviera E360-TDC This all original, custom color Epiphone Riviera guitar weighs just 8.00 lbs. Single-bound, sixteen-inch wide, one and three-quarter inch thick laminated maple body with a maple central block. One-piece mahogany neck with a nut width of just under 1 5/8 inches, a standard Gibson 24 3/4 scale length and a medium...
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1965 Fender Jazzmaster

$8,950
An All Original 1965 Candy Apple Red Jazzmaster - Leo's Favorite Custom Color 1965 Fender Jazzmaster. This wonderful surfing guitar weighs just 8.10 lbs. and has a contoured solid alder body. One-piece maple neck with a nut width of between 1 5/8 and 1 11/16 inches, a scale length of 25 1/2 inches and a very comfortable medium profile rising from 0.82 inches behind the first fret to 0.97 inches...
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1956 Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet

$11,500
A Near Mint ++ All Original "DeArmond" Duo Jet… By Far The Best We Have Ever Seen… 1956 Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet This early 1956 Duo Jet has a 13 1/4-inch-wide, 2 inch deep chambered mahogany body and a triple-bound pressed arched top with black plastic laminate, weighs just 7.70 lbs. One-piece mahogany neck with a fat fat nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches, a wonderful medium-to-thick neck...
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1958 Gretsch 6161 Electromatic Dual Twin Amplifier with Tremolo

$3,250
An Exceptionally Fine 1958 Gretsch 6161 Electromatic Dual Twin Tremolo Amplifier… 1958 Gretsch 6161 Electromatic Dual Twin Amplifier with Tremolo An exceptionally fine and all original early 1958 Model 6161 Electromatic Dual Twin Amplifier (serial number "X 87050"). This 14 watt amp weighs just 26 lbs and has a two-tone gray cabinet with black & gray "velvet" speaker grill with "Gretsch" in...
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1969 Gibson ES-340 TDN

$8,500
A Very Early 1969 Gibson ES-340 TDN - No Volute! 1969 Gibson ES-340 TDN A very early ES-340-TDN. This forty-nine year-old 'blond' beauty weighs just 8.00 lbs. and has a 16 inch wide and just under 1 3/4 deep body. Laminated maple top and back, laminated maple sides with single binding on the top and back and semi-solid construction with maple central block. The two sound holes are white painted...
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1965 Fender Princeton AA 964

$2,000
An Exceptionally Fine 1965 Fender Princeton AA 964 Amplifier. 1965 Fender Princeton AA 964. An exceptionally fine June 1965 "black-face" black tolex "Princeton AA 964". This wonderful little amp will give you that perfect mid-sixties "clean" tone that everyone wants… It weighs just 24 lbs, boasts 12 watts and has one Oxford 10J4 ten-inch speaker. Black Tolex body, with silver sparkle Grill...
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1959 Rickenbacker 315

$27,500
One of Just Six 1959 Autumnglo Model 315s with 'F' Sound Hole 1959 Rickenbacker 315 Asymmetrical 'extreme' double cutaway twelve and three-quarter inch wide, just under one and five-eighths inches deep, hollow maple body. This super rare Model 315, with a single f-hole (running at 1 o'clock and edged in black), weighs just 4.70 lbs. One-piece maple top sculpted at bridge end. One-piece maple...
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1959 Rickenbacker 365 "OS" (two pickups, with vibrato)

$21,500
A Fine and all Original 1959 Rickenbacker 365-OS with the Rickenbacker 'Doc Kauffman' Vibrato tailpiece 1959 Rickenbacker 365 "OS" (two pickups, with vibrato) This 15-inch-wide thin-body (just over 2 inches deep) full-size guitar weighs just 7.70 lbs. Double-bound hollow maple body with a two-piece maple top and a two-piece maple back. Single large unbound 'slash' sound hole. Three-piece...
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1962 Rickenbacker 375 "OS" (three pickups, with vibrato)

$18,500
One of Just Four Fireglo Rickenbacker 375 "OS" Guitars Made in 1962 Most Probably the Finest Example Extant… 1962 Rickenbacker 375 "OS" (three pickups, with vibrato) One of just 4 Fireglo Rickenbacker 375 "OS" examples made in 1962, this 15-inch-wide thin-body (just over 1 1/2 inches deep) full-size guitar weighs just 7.80 lbs. Double-bound hollow maple body with a two-piece maple top and a...
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1975 Fender Stratocaster Hardtail

$5,500
A Near Mint 1975 Olympic White Stratocaster 1975 Fender Stratocaster (Hardtail) This near mint 1975 Olympic White Stratocaster weighs just 7.20 lbs. and has a solid alder contoured body. One-piece medium-to-thick profile fretted maple neck with a nut width of 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 25 1/2 inches and 21 original medium-jumbo frets and black dot position markers. Large headstock with...
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1966 Fender Stratocaster

$21,500
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An Absolutely Mint As New Candy Apple Red 1966 Fender Stratocaster With All The Case Candy And More! 1966 Fender Stratocaster. This absolutely mint Candy Apple Red Stratocaster weighs 8.50 lbs. and has a nut width of 1 5/8 inches and a scale length of 25 1/2 inches. Solid alder body, contoured on back and lower bass bout. One-piece maple neck with a nice hick profile. Veneer rosewood...
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1967 Fender Telecaster Custom

$21,500
Super Rare Late '67 Sunburst Custom Telecaster 1967 Fender Telecaster Custom This super rare, fifty-one year-old 'three-tone sunburst' Telecaster Custom weighs just 7.80 lbs. and has a solid alder body, single-bound on the top and the back. Maple neck with a nut width of just under 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 25 1/2 inches and a wonderful medium-to-thick profile. Veneer rosewood fretboard...
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1951 Epiphone Zephyr De Luxe Regent

$6,500
The Flagship of the Epiphone Electric Line 1951 Epiphone Zephyr De Luxe Regent This wonderful full-bodied 17 3/8 inches wide and 3 1/3 inches deep "Jazzbox" weighs just 7.00 lbs. One-piece laminated spruce top with "Cello" style f-holes, two-piece laminated 'flamed' curly maple back and sides. Five-piece maple, walnut, and mahogany neck with a scale length of 25 1/2 inches, a wide nut width of...
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$8,995
A Near Mint 1959 'Double-Cut' Les Paul Junior 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior This super light guitar weighs just 7.00 lbs. Solid 'figured' mahogany body with rounded edges. One-piece mahogany neck with a nice, fat nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches, a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches and that great '59 "baseball bat" style profile. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 22 original...
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1966 Fender Jaguar

$7,500
A Really Fine Early 1966 Candy Apple Red Jaguar 1966 Fender Jaguar This forty-two year old, 13 3/4-inch-wide 'custom-color' Jaguar weighs just 8.40 lbs. Solid alder contoured body. One-piece, sigle-bound, light birds-eye maple neck with a "B" nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 24 inches and a wonderful thick profile. Single-bound curved veneer rosewood fretboard with 22...
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$7,950
One of the Very First 'Double-Cut' Les Paul Juniors With 'Jumbo' Frets 1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior. This super light guitar weighs just 6.40 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Solid mahogany body with rounded edges, one-piece mahogany neck with a typical '58 wonderful medium-to-thick style profile. Brazilian rosewood...
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1999 Epiphone Wilshire SB 432

$2,800
1964 Epiphone Wilshire 1964 Epiphone Wilshire SB 432. This late 1964 Epiphone Wilshire weighs just 6.20 lbs. and has a nut width of 1 9/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Solid mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck, and Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 22 original jumbo frets and inlaid pearl dot position markers. Black faced headstock with gold silk-screened...
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1958 Rickenbacker M-8 Amplifier

$850
A Near Fine and All Original 1958 Rickenbacker M-8 Combo Rickenbacker's version of the the Fender Champ Combo 1958 Rickenbacker M-8 Amplifier This wonderful 1958 Rickenbacker M-8 combo weighs just 10 lbs and is a sweet little practice amp with a dark warm tube tone. It has been recently serviced, the original Jensen CQ8 eight inch speaker has been expertly re-coned and all the wiring is to...
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1964 Gibson EB0 Bass

$3,500
One of the Last Original Nickel-Plated SG-Style EB-0 Basses 1964 Gibson EB-0 Bass This ultra thin, thirteen inch wide, 1 3/8 inches deep SG-style bass guitar weighs just 7.70 lbs. Solid mahogany body with highly contoured edges. One-piece mahogany neck with a nice, fat nut width of just over 1 3/4 inches, a short scale length of 30 1/2 inches and a wonderfull thick profile. Unbound rosewood...
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1958 Gibson Country Western - Southern Jumbo (SJN)

$7,500
A Near Mint 1958 Country Western "A Relabeled and Cosmetically Altered Southern Jumbo" 1958 Gibson Country Western - Southern Jumbo (SJN) This superb "Country Western" flat top weighs just 4.20 lbs. It features a 16 1/4 inch wide and 4 7/8 inches deep body with a selected natural finish two-piece x-braced spruce top with a four inch diameter, multi-bound sound-hole, two-piece red mahogany back...
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1945 Gibson L-7 'ED McCarty'

$8,500
Gibson's Most Successful 17-Inch Archtop - Essentially a Plain Version of the L-5 One of the Earliest Examples to be Fitted With A Double McCarty Pickup Assembly 1945 Gibson L-7 'ED McCarty' This over seventy year old factory custom color black L-7 'ED McCarty' weighs just 6.30 lbs. and has a fat 'classical' nut width of just over 1 3/4 inches and a scale length of 25 1/2 inches. Seventeen...
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