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1959 Fender Jazzmaster

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This Jazzmaster from the second half of 1959 is in excellent condition. The fairly flat neck combined with the slab fingerboard make it such an easy guitar to play. The original finish is also quite typical of 1959, the red obtained with aniline dye most often disappearing from the sunburst simply by being exposed to daylight. The finish is original and without touch up. A cigarette burn must...
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1957 Gibson Les Paul

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All original except tuner buttons. Plays extremely well. Frets are midlife and it doesn't require any refret or anything really. Original finish, electronic, pickup, plastics etc...Tone for days. This P90 is such a blast. Original croc case. Weight is 3,280kg. Neck is 0.92 at the first fret and 0.96 at the 12th. Price is 18000 euros.
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1926 Gibson L-1

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The L-1 is the first flat top guitar model built by Gibson in 1926 like the one shown here. An instrument of significant historical interest. This one is in perfect condition. It got a neck reset, the neck angle and action are just perfect. No cracks or repairs. The neck is wide with 47mm at the nut and the fairly flat profile makes it a very pleasant instrument to play. The tuners are original,...
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1968 Fender Esquire

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Relunctantly selling this Esquire from my personal stash. It is an entirely original instrument with the exception of the nut. All original electronics with untouched solders. Beautiful patina; the finish has turned green a bit as usual and is now close to an ocean turquoise metallic green. Still unfaded under the pickguard. The pickup sounds absolutely amazing. It is a fantastic instrument. The...
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1973 Gibson Les Paul custom

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Original model with low frets “fretless wonder type”. No modification or repair. It is unmolested and has 2 original patent numbers pickups, 60s style T tops. The electronic is undisturbed and all solder joints are original. The neck is straight and plays really well, the frets are low but that's how they are. Original hard shell case included. Price 5490 euros
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1948 Dick Knight archtop

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Dick Knight is a legend. The man worked for the Beatles, The Who, Led Zeppelin etc...He was taking care of the McCartney Hofner Bass. He used to be Selmer's luthier back in the day. Before that he made a couple of extremely well made arch top guitars. Production was very limited, and as you can they are not instrument you can build in a week. There is an insane amount of work in this instrument....
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1973 Gibson EB-3L

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Model from the early 70s. It’s has been used a lot. Lots of marks in the finish here and there but the bass is in good condition. No break no repair. Nice strong output on both pickups. It sounds really good. The neck is straight and comfortable . Comes in hard case.
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