Jims Guitars
Jim Singleton
(866) 787-2865
York, PA
7:16 PM
Showroom hours are by appointment only. Our staff is available by phone and email daily.

JimsGuitars.com accepts Visa, Mastercard, Certified Check, Money Order, Wire Transfer Accepted (and of course CASH!) 24 hour approval period on all guitars ( excluding consignments). Please submit the correct billing address for the credit card to help us prevent fraud. If an incorrect billing address is submitted we will refuse shipment. Sales Tax: There is a 6.00% sales tax charge for any order delivered within Maryland or Pennsylvania.

Shipping and Insurance to be determined at time of order and we do keep a want file. We usually ship Via UPS, All Amps & FX are in good working order (unless noted) and sold AS-IS.

POLICY SUMMARY: Please call during Business Hours for an accurate in-hand description or to order an instrument. You may also order guitars and amps securely 24 hours a day / 7 days a week off our website with any major credit card. We offer 24-hour approval on all of our guitars for authenticity ONLY. This includes all parts and instrument finish. We DO NOT offer approval for "tone" or other personal preferences. We simply offer the most original and most collectable vintage and rare guitars around at reasonable prices. All prices reflect a 3% cash discount. International buyers: Please contact us for exact shipping quotes. All VAT, Local and/or Customs taxes are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Due to shipping length and Customs operations, we cannot offer approval on guitars and amps to our overseas buyers. Many of our instruments are investment grade and of museum quality. Due to the fragile nature of certain older guitars, which are susceptible to being damaged in shipment due to handling and/or extreme weather conditions, approval may not be available on all instruments. We cannot offer an approval period for consignment guitars, guitars on layaway, or guitars discounted below our posted price. GENERAL POLICIES: A 50% Non Refundable Deposit will hold an instrument for 30 days (excluding consignments). No approval time on layaways. We accept consignments. Call for our competitive rates. As Always, "WE BUY GUITARS". ORDERS POLICY: The confirmation of an order by e-mail or any other type of electronic confirmation does not constitute JimsGuitars.com's acceptance of the order. JimsGuitars.com has the right to refuse shipment without any prior notification. All returns will be subject to a 15% restocking fee to avoid rentals/returns. Also, return authorizations will not be issued without phone contact - no emails! Guitars returned within the 24-hour approval period for authenticity will be refunded in full minus shipping, packaging, and insurance charges. The approval period starts after items have been signed for as delivered. All returns must be returned in the exact same condition and as they were shipped. Buyers must pay for prompt return shipping by UPS or Fed-Ex and must be sent fully insured for replacement value. If your return has been authorized, please note: Fed-Ex and UPS do not insure fine collectable guitars in excess of $2500. We suggest Heritage Insurance (call 1-800-289-8837) for all instrument insurance needs. They are the best in the business and are experts when it comes to insuring high value instruments. Proof of insurance is required before return authorizations will be issued. NOTE: Anything shipped to us that does not bear a valid return authorization number provided by us will not be accepted by our receiving department.

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1963 Selmer Futurama Corvette

1963 Selmer Futurama Corvette, impossibly rare amplifier from Selmers bargain line, single EL84, single 8-inch ELAC speaker, very similar to the revered Selmer Little Giant amp, runs at 220v, this amp delivers incredible tube distortion at very manageable volumes, even includes the original hardwired Selmer tremolo footswitch. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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~1960 Harmony H75

1960's Harmony H-75, all-original 335-style guitar built with a bolt-on neck, super clean example, made in the USA, maple body construction, 3 DeArmond gold foil single-coil pickups with individual on-off switches and tone controls, weighs 6 lbs 9. 3 oz absolutely incredible tone and playability, includes the original hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1955 Gibson ES-175D

1955 Gibson ES-175D in very good ++ condition, all original with two strnog P-90 pickups, original finish is till bright with moderate play wear, split parallelogram inlays, input jack repair, a feather weight guitars at 6 Lbs, replaced trapeze tailpiece, includes a modern hard shell case. An excellent player grade instrument. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Gibson Gibson Les Paul Custom

1990 Gibson Les Paul Custom black beauty, excellent all-original example, a few dings and minor fret wear but way above average condition, pickup covers have been changed, originals in case, it weighs in at 10 pounds 2 ounces with smoking hot original pickups reading 8. 15k at the neck and 13. 21k at the bridge, super comfortable neck profile, a joy to play, sounds fantastic, comes...
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Fender® Stratocaster®

1981 Fender Stratocaster in a beautiful natural finish, fantastic all-original example, very minimal play wear, weighs in at 7 pounds 9 ounces, a very light weight hard tail, original pickups read 5. 9k at the neck 5. 88k on the middle pick up and 7. 36 at the bridge, sounds fantastic, complete with original Fender hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Fender® 65 Fender® Jaguar®

1965 Fender Jaguar in a brilliant unfaded sunburst finish, solid resonant example at 8lbs 5oz, pickup output reads 6. 11k at the neck and 6. 14k at the bridge, all original hardware with minimal play wear overall, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, complete with the original bridge mute & vibrato arm, groovy sounding instrument with a modern hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1964 Gibson Melody Maker

1964 Gibson Melody Maker, beautiful single-pickup example in unfaded Cherry finish, factory Maestro vibrato tailpiece, narrow 2 1/4-inch headstock, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, pickup reads 7. 00k, includes a modern hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Fender® Bassman® Head

1962 Fender Bassman Head, 50 watt 6G6-B model in a gorgeous blonde tolex finish with oxblood grill, tube chart stamped LH and pot codes date this amplifier to 29th week of 62, recently pro maintenanced, this legendary amp is an original example that sounds amazing and comes complete with the original factory amp cover. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1956 Gretsch Electromatic 6161

1956 Gretsch Electromatic 6161, clean example that appears all-original, amazing saturated lead-style tone at very manageable volume, cabinet originally built for two ovular speakers, instead factory-loaded with 12-inch field-coil speaker and additional offset mini speaker, pot codes and speaker codes all date to 1956, functional built-in tremolo, complete with retro front and back grille...
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1964 Fender® Showman®

1964 Fender Showman head, tons of clean power through this gorgeous head, N stamped tube chart and pot codes date this head to 7th week of 64, all original transformers and capacitors, recovered and replaced grill cloth makes this amp look as good as it sounds, recent pro maintenance and ready to rock. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Gibson ES-335 Dot

1984 Gibson ES-335 Dot in a rare cherry burst finish, this super clean example is upgraded with coil tap switches and a replaced neck pickup that reads 7. 5k and 7. 68k on the bridge, a light weight example at just 7lbs 9 oz, plays and feels fantastic with a very comfortable neck profile, complete with original Gibson hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Gibson GA-77 Vanguard

1960 Gibson GA-77 Vanguard, an incredible example with original tweed covering and grille cloth, this amp has held the title of Gibson's top-of-the-line in single-speaker combo amps ever since its inception. Plenty of power and full of vintage tone, this amp has undergone a recent professional servicing, and has been upgraded with a Fender blue label speaker. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1985 Gibson Chris Derrig Les Paul

1985 Chris Derrig Les Paul, incredibly rare guitar that's one of only a handful made, beautifully figured maple top, features genuine black-bobbin PAF pickups, 50's wiring harness, and bumblebee capacitors, amazing burst tone and playability, weighs in at 8 lbs, nut width measures 1 5/8", includes late 50's brown-pink hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1967 Fender® Deluxe Reverb® Amp

1967 Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp, the master studio amp for generations of guitar players, very clean example in all-original conditional, QA stamp on factory mixed-up Bassman tube chart dates to 67, pot codes all date to mid-late 1966, single 12-inch Oxford speaker, vinyl amp cover included. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Fender® 1965 Fender® Bassman® Head and Cab

A gorgeous 1965 Fender bassman head and matching 2x12 speaker cabinet in all original condition. The original tube chart is stamped with OI, and the pot codes read 6520. The tolex is in great shape and has nicely withstood the test of time. There are no snags, tears, or stains on the grill cloth of both the head and the cab. The original Oxford speakers, both stamped 465-524, simply...
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1959 Epiphone Sheraton

1960 Epiphone Sheraton, all early 59 features, gorgeous unfaded sunburst with custom made plaque and factory Bigsby, early script logo and octagonal knobs, New York pickups, an incredibly rare and super clean example, comes complete with the original brown-pink hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Binarys Binarys Professional Banjo

An astounding early 1900's 5-string banjo by Binarys Professional. This open backed-banjo just emanates that antique feeling. Features include: Classic western-style genuine pearl inlays on its headstock & fretboard, 18-fret ebony fingerboard, original head & tuning machines, crown style tailpiece, old style V-shape neck, built-in drone capo, and Binarys Professional branded neck plate. ...
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1965 Fender® Stratocaster®

1965 Fender Stratocaster, bright sunburst finish with great-sounding gray-bottom pickups, all-original guitar, very chimey and resonant alder body, white guard, nice clean guitar with factory small headstock with transition logo, some worm trail and wear through the finish on the back, less than normal amount of wear you would expect, all the finish is still intact on the back of the neck...
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1956 Fender® Telecaster®

1956 Fender Telecaster nice light weight example, acoustically loud and evenly balanced, spectacular playability and clear bell like tone, all original instrument, that has seen lots and lots of playing, pots codes date 304620, neck and body date 8/56, professionally refretted and nut installed to insure proper playability, this guitar has a nice large V-neck profile, we cant put it down...
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1958 Fender® Telecaster®

1958 Fender Telecaster, all original survivor guitar, light kinda feather weight example, with an abnormally large neck profile, great tone and overall playability, lots of honest play wear but no signs of abuse, this is one we have trouble putting down and you will to, includes the original bridge cover, limited ephemera and original tweed hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1917 Gibson F4 Mandolin

1917 Gibson F4 Mandolin, excellent original example that sounds great and plays effortlessly, great woody tone with clear highs and the kind of chunk that all mandolin players dream of, small crack repair that's nearly invisible near the end pin on the side, otherwise issue free, early German-style tuners, arrow-straight neck, this instrument has its share of honest wear but is solid even...
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1974 Fender® Vibrolux® Reverb

1974 Fender Vibrolux Reverb, all-original example that sounds incredible, one of the last of this model before switching to 'push-pull' format, matching pot codes read 137-7430, two original 10-inch Fender Special Design blue label speakers, date coded 137-7411, incredible Fender tone at a fraction of black panel price! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1957 Gibson L-48

1957 Gibson L-48, well-preserved example with a beautifully figured maple back, original pickguard still intact, neck is dead straight, great playability with plenty of adjustment, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, includes a modern hard shell case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1959 Gibson J-200

1959 Gibson J-200N, all-original guitar with beautiful figuring on the neck, back and sides, aged to a perfect honey color, S factory order number, rare natural finish, workhorse of the original owner, this guitar was played and loved, nice low action with plenty of saddle, very loud and woody tone, a few dings, scratches and fretwear, and a small 1. 5 inch piece of binding missing on...
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1964 Fender® Champ® Amp

1964 Fender Champ Amp, incredibly rare transitional model with a tweed-style rear panel amp and cabinet with Tolex covering and a flat handle, upgraded Warehouse 8-inch speaker and grounded power supply, tube chart stamped NE, original transformers, original speaker is included but needs reconed. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1962 Fender® Bassman®

1962 Fender Bassman, head and cabinet in beautifully preserved blonde Tolex with oxblood grille, incredible vintage Fender tone is all there, presence control, original 2 x 12 speakers coded 465-214, replaced power transformer and pots, original output transformer, thumbscrews, and handles. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1959 Gibson J-50

1959 Gibson J-50, sounds absolutely magnificent, only one small repaired crack on the rear of the guitar, Brazilian rosewood bridge and fingerboard, large factory original frets, plays and feels fantastic, includes original Gibson black pebble hard shell case with marigold interior. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1952 Gibson J45

1952 Gibson J45, unusually clean and original guitar with a nice full neck, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, way above average overall condition, plenty of saddle remaining and buzz free low action, this guitar has had its share of dings and scratches and some wear above the low E string below the soundhole, a couple of minor repaired cracks on the back but nothing to get excited...
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1965 Fender® Bassman®

1965 Fender Bassman, a solid amp in excellent condition, straight clean black panel head with original transformers, serviced and ready to go, factory 2x12 tilt-back cabinet has two JBL K-120 speakers, factory tilt-back legs, head cleats, and thumbscrews, absolutely incredible tone! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Gibson GA-40

1959 Gibson GA-40, 12" Celestion Greenback 12M, professionally recovered, 2 channel 4 input combo with tremolo controls and original single button footswitch, updated with modern 3 prong plug, recent maintenance and service, one of the best GA-40's we've heard, sounds amazing. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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