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1967 Fender Jazz Bass

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Completely original instrument which has only had one owner in the Nantes area (and we even have some papers and photos) The original Olympic White finish has turned a bit yellow as usual. All the solders are intact and the electronics have never undergone the slightest intervention. The 2 original pickups are gray bottom and have not been rewound. The solders of the insulating metal plates...
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1968 Fender Esquire

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I still can't believe it ... This is a Fender Esquire with its original Lake Placid Blue finish. Talk about rare! It is an entirely original instrument with the exception of the nut. Untouched electronics. Beautiful patina. It has turned green a bit as usual. Still unfaded under the pick guard. The pickup sounds absolutely amazing. It is a fantastic instrument. Comes with its period correct...
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1973 Ovation Deacon 12 string

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Here is a rare and very cool Ovation Deacon 12 string. The graphite-reinforced mahogany neck is remarkably easy. Nothing to do with the Vox 12 string baseball bats for example. The neck is 44.3mm at the nut, the profile is flat and almost constant, hardly thickening as you go down. We like it or hate the look, but it is clear that it is quite ergonomic, the guitar sits well and is very...
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1928 Weissenborn Style A

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Super rare Weissenborn guitar with Spanish neck. Sounds amazing. This is the equivalent to a style 1 Weissenborn. It's in nice condition and was recently on Bill Asher's bench: he reset the neck and refretted the fingerboard. The bridge saddle has been recut for more modern intonation and an aluminum saddle put in. The overall body has very light belt rash/marks on the back. The sides are in...
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1942 Gibson J-45

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Here is a banner J-45, made during world war 2. This guitar features a rare 4 pieces spruce top. Mahogany back and sides. The neck is also made of mahogany. Fancy rosette with seven lines of black and white celluloid. It also has a truss rod, another feature of early banner guitars.There's play wear all over the guitar of course. It's been played. The bridge was reglued. A crack was stabilized on...
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1958 Gibson L-5

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Top-of-the-line archtop guitar , this L5 is in excellent condition and sounds amazing. The neck is quite typical of this period at Gibson, rather fleshy and round. The tuners are original Sealfast. The currently mounted pickguard is a reissue but the original which is carefully kept separate will be supplied with the guitar. No repair, no break. It can be noted that a finish touch-up was...
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1937 Gibson Super 400

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The Queen of Gibson Archtops. Coming from the same collection as the other high-end archtops that you can currently admire on the website, this Super 400 is a real gem. Completely original. Without any repair, without any break, without any touchup. It even comes with its strap, string and case key. The woods are stunning, take a look at this bird’s eye maple. Lots of unique little details:...
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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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1964 Epiphone Newport Deluxe

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The Epiphone Newport Deluxe which is presented to you here is a curiosity. Equipped with 2 original pickups with a mudbucker and a mini humbucker. This is the first time I’ve seen a Newport Deluxe with inline tuners, as they are more often equipped with a single pickup. Doubles or “Deluxe” according to Epiphone terminology usually have a symmetrical head but it is clear to me that we have a...
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1953 Gibson ES-175N

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Beautiful original ES-175 in natural finish. Plays and sounds great. Original pickup and electronics. Had different tuners that were removed. OHSC. Price is 6900
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1961 Fender Jazzmaster

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Very nice slab board Jazzmaster. All original. No changes or repairs. OHSC. Price is 8900
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1963 Fender Jaguar

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All original except refret and new nut. Intact solder joints and electronic. Original finish with intact solders on the shielding. Plays and sounds great. OHSC. Price is 8900 euros.
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1970 Gibson ES-330/335 custom order

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Ordered in 1969 by the gentleman who sold it to me this is a one owner guitar. This guitar has a very unique vibe. If you've ever wondered how a ES-335 would sound with P90, well here is your answer. This guitar is in great condition and has seen very little use. Original gold hardware as requested by the original customer. 2 original P90s ( one is a clear bobin). No breaks. No repairs. Comes...
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1967 Epiphone Riviera

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The Epiphone Riviera is a fantastic instrument. This is by far the cleanest I've ever seen. It has minimal weather checking and wear. It's all original. 2 mini pat number pickups. Long tenon. The long neck feels great. Sounds amazing. Rare, and more expansive at the time, Tremotone version. No break. No repairs. A beautiful and amazing guitar with no stories. HSC included.
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1966 Fender Jaguar

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Here's an all original 1966 Jaguar with block inlays in great condition. No modifications, no repairs. Plays just great. Sounds really good too. It's a very fun guitar with no issues at all. Modern rectangular hard case.
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