JTKM STUDIO
Joni Thompson
+447943633860
York,
11:12 AM
We operate online so contact us anytime. We also offer viewings so please make an appointment.

All payments are by bank transfer into a UK HSBC Account.

We ship worldwide, fully insured with UPS. We ship as soon as payments have cleared unless instructed to do otherwise. Buyers are usually provided with a UPS tracking number within an hour of the payment being received. We are not responsible for any loss or damage due to transit. All shipments will be expertly packaged with no expense spared.

We offer a 24 hour approval period on all guitar sales, thereafter all sales are final. Amplifiers are sold strictly as-is due to their fragile nature. We have never had a return in over 15 years. If a buyer choses to return a purchased guitar we must be notified within 24 hours. The guitar must arrive back with us in exactly the same condition and will be fully inspected. If the guitar does not return in exactly the same condition as it was sent or has been damaged due to transit your payment will not be fully refunded. The buyer is responsible for all return postage, insurance and incurred costs.

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1962 Fender Jazzmaster

$43,385
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO. Here we have something very special indeed!  Here we have a beautiful 1961/62 Fender Jazzmaster in original Fiesta Red finish with a Desert Sand base-coat and a slab board fretboard, complete with its tremolo arm and bridge cover!  What makes this one extra cool is that it comes with the then standard tortoise pickguard and non-matching headstock.  This is just like the...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$30,500
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO. Here we have a stunning, near new condition and stunning very early 1965 (full 1964 appointments) Fender Stratocaster complete with original tremolo arm, bridge cover and black Tolex case. You’ll likely never find another one in this condition again, especially here in the UK. By now I’m sure most of you know that JTKM STUDIO seek out the cleanest or most rare...
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1965 Fender Jaguar Olympic White

$14,600
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO. Looking for a stunning pre-CBS Fender Jaguar in the most iconic custom colour of them all? Read on! Here we have a stunning, fully original, 1965 Fender Jaguar in beautiful Olympic White, complete with its original case and tremolo arm. When the Jaguar was launched in 1962 it was heavily advertised in Olympic White for good reason; for us it is the number one...
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1955 Gretsch 6121

$19,720
1955 Gretsch 6121 $980 off
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO Did you miss out on our 1955 Gretsch Roundup? That’s ok. The good news for you is that we may well have it beat here! Read on! Here we have to offer a stunning 1955 Gretsch 6121 complete with its original white cowboy case. If that isn’t rare enough for you, according to Edward Ball’s Manual of 1950’s Gretsch Guitars (if you don’t own this I suggest you should)...
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1970 Fender Stratocaster Faux Burst

$14,600
Want to own a rare piece of Fender history at an affordable price? Read on! Here at JTKM STUDIO we have a near mint condition 1970 Fender Stratocaster with an elusive Faux Burst! What is that you may ask. A faux burst was a costly attempt by Fender to create a more attractive sunburst finish which in turn ended up being a double custom colour. A Faux burst consists of an Olympic White...
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1965 Fender Jaguar Dakota Red

$18,500
1965 Fender Jaguar Dakota Red 13% off
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO. Dakota Red! Don’t confuse it with Fender Mustang Red, its not the same unless you have an early 1964 production Mustang. Dakota Red really does pop! Think lipstick red. Slapper lipstick red even! Think oil painting red! It really is red! A perfect shade of red! Let us not forget that Dakota Red is genuinely very rare and hard to find! Here we have a very...
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1954 Gretsch 6120

$30,450
Welcome to JTKM STUDIO. Like your vintage guitar collection to be book referenced? We’ve got you covered! Read on! Here we have a truly rare and magical Gretsch 6120 from 1954 which will appeal to just about all vintage guitar collectors. What you are looking at is what we believe is the earliest known Gretsch 6120 left in existence. This particular one was the 14th made (we noticed the...
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