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2016 EBO Customs Del Rio

$2,999
Amp designed and built by Eric Borash. Guitar/amp tech to the stars. Best described as a cross between a brownface Deluxe meeting a HiWatt. Great sounding amp! Famed Nashville session player Tom Bukovich is playing one on tour with Joe Walsh right now. Mike Campbell commented it was the best live tone he'd ever heard. Eric has garnered a reputation as the “Chaperone of Tone” for Music...
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1965 Fender® Princeton®

$1,699
Feb. 1965 AA964 circuit. Very Clean blackface Princeton 100% original with some freshened up new JJ power tubes. Original Oxford speaker dates 2nd week of '65. Has after-market cover but missing footswitch. These are real sleepers on the vintage market and can be had for 1/2 as much as a comparable Princeton Reverb! A03218
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1990 Martin HD-28P

$1,799
Rosewood back and sides, scalloped braces, herringbone, low profile neck (P), zigzag back stripe. One-owner guitar with OHSC. Very Good condition. Action at the top of the range for Martin spec. 499161
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2015 Gibson ES-335

$3,499
7 lbs. 12 oz. If you've always wanted a 335 but have never been able to find the 'right one', your search may have ended. This guitar looks, sounds and plays great! They really got this '63 reissue right. This guitar was bought Brand New two years ago and not really played. Still looks like a new guitar, owner needed to sell to finance a boat... Cool nickel hardware, nylon saddles, block...
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1931 Martin OM-28

$20,000
3 lbs. 11 oz. Longtime owner of this guitar has decided to sell. This OM-28 was retopped by Martin in the early 1960's. The nut, bridge, and bridgeplate (rosewood) were all replaced at the same time period. The original Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are still perfectly intact (zero cracks) and NOT refinished. The Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are drop dead gorgeous. Perfectly...
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1958 Fender® Champ®

$1,699
Tweed champ w/ newer Weber speaker and a recent cap freshening. Has one original preamp tube, new power and rectifier tube and grounded AC cord. C06179
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1974 Fender® Princeton® Reverb

$1,699
Princeton Reverb. Say no more, this has become a very coveted amplifier these days... Very clean, unmolested 1974 Princeton Reverb. 100% all-original including RCA tubes and w/ cover and original hang tags. A31190
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Gibson EB-0

$2,799
7 lbs. 6 oz. This 1961 bass is almost in immaculate condition. For a 56 year old instrument it is in 9.5 condition. Zero player wear. Just the tiniest bit of the tip of the pickguard is missing from shrinkage. 100% all original with original case. The black plastic covered pickup from '61 looks as good as it sounds. These pickups are SUPER HOT too. Reads 30.9 DC resistance. Jack Bruce...
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1967 Fender® Princeton® Reverb

$2,999
Blackface Princeton Reverb. Say no more. The Hottest amp on the planet right now. This one is totally clean and straight. Zero monkey business or mods on the inside. Tube chart date is March of '67. Cosmetically extremely clean, it looks like the original pigtail for the speaker was cut and electrical taped back together. Newer rectifier, mismatched Sylvania and Westinghouse Power tubes. Correct...
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1983 Marshall JCM800 model 4010

$1,599
Randy Rhoads style in Factory white tolex! This appears to be a model that was made for Canadian export. This amp always had EL34 power tubes and not the 6550's that were in the US Export models. This is the Holy Grail of JCM800's, the vertical input and all around great sounding G-1265 Celestion speaker. Tolex is a little rough in a few places, but the tone is to die for... This...
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1976 Gibson ES-355 TD

$4,899
7 lbs. 9 oz. This guitar came in the week after legendary Chuck Berry passed. The original gold tremolo bar had been sawed off. We just got the proper part in from Gibson to make this guitar complete. This is EXACTLY the type of guitar Chuck would have been playing in the mid-70's era. The guitar was mothballed in the case for years until recently when the owner decided to sell to help fund...
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1998 Rickenbacker 360/12 V64

$2,599
Nice example here! Somewhat rare-ish, especially in Mapleglo. Plays great, straight neck, good neck set, low action. Slight wear on first 3 frets, does not affect playability whatsoever. Has a few small issues, two little dark marks inside the bottom cutaway, don't know what caused them. Each about the size of a pinhead. Has a small crack in the finish at the neck heel. NOT in the wood, only the...
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$5,999
8 lbs. 8 oz. This was a working musician's guitar. (These always seem to sound the best!) When current owner got it in '72 it had already changed Grover tuners and added Bigsby. Although there is some considerable wear on the neck finish the fretwire appears to be original and in good shape. This guitar has just the right amount of player's whoop to it. Nice finish checking, but not too...
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1966 Fender® Mustang®

$1,699
Some mysteries are best left unsolved as is the case of this Gorgeous Daphne Blue Mustang. Gentleman came in with this guitar he got Brand New from McMurray Music in St Louis. He got it for his birthday in Spring of '66. It is dead stock with OHSC, bar, bridge cover and even has original Fender polish cloth that came with it. Both pots date 11th week of '66. One-Owner guitar... The...
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2016 Metropoulos metro-plex

$2,999
Years of reverse engineering and R&D has all coalesced into George Metropoulos' modern day masterpiece, the Metro-Plex. Using his own '66 45/100, '67 Superlead, '69 Superbass and '70 Superlead as the templates, each important era of the famed 100 watt amp is now available in one amp. These are amps you can't create from schematics and data sheets. You can't even buy a replica this true in music...
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1962 Magnatone Model 410

$899
Champ volume but really kills it tone wise! Vintage Magnatone Model 410 Diana guitar amp. The amplifier sports a 1x12” speaker and tweeter and puts out around 5 watts of power through a 5y3gt, 6v6gt, and 12ax7 tube configuration. The amp also has a 12dw7 tube that pushes a very lush vibrato effect. (This sounds amazing!) The amp is all original (with the exception of a grounded AC cord) down...
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1980 MXR Stereo Chorus

$249
Original, vintage 1980 MXR M134 stereo chorus. All components, pots original, 100% real deal, classic stereo analog chorus. Unbeatable. Missing backplate. Here is that classic 80's tone in a stompbox! 34-005862
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1972 Fender® Twin Reverb®

$1,150
Very early Master Volume Twin from late 1972. Good condition with changed black grill. Vibrato not working presently. The bonus is what it's loaded with!!! A pair of Vintage high end Battleship Grey JBL D120F 12" 8 ohm speakers with original cones, Made in California. USA Both are in excellent shape and working condition. Serial #'s 13457 and 14061. Heavy Duty Clean Volume...
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2007 Gibson Reverse Flying V

$1,299
6 lbs. 7 oz. Actually a really great playing guitar! Want something completely different? Certainly one of the stranger designs to come out of Gibson, the Reverse Flying V took the classic Flying V shape and simply reversed it. This guitar was made a few limited runs and as part of the Guitar of the Week series. Apart from the reverse shape, this model is actually very similar to an original...
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1976 Gibson Firebird

$3,999
7 lbs. 7 oz. Bicentennial 'bird in FACTORY BLACK!!! Doesn't get much cooler than this... In Very Good condition, with just a few spots of finish wear and a finish crack near the input jack. With newer 90's era Gibson case. 00247169
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1951 Fender® Princeton®

$1,999
This Princeton has been recently serviced and has newer filter caps and tone bypass caps. A couple of new Sprague resistors as well. New grounded AC cord. Everything else looks to be completely original including Triad transformer and Jensen speaker. Pots date 18th week of 1951. Great sounding and looking little tweed Princeton. S/N 2636
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1967 Fender® Vibro Champ®

$775
This is a really interesting little Vibro Champ. This might be one of the earliest examples of a drip-rail Silverface champ we've ever seen! The A18986 serial number would indicate it would still be a blackface panel amp. Typically you don't see silverfaces until the A19000-A21000 range. This amp appears to be ALL-ORIGINAL, including 2 prong AC cord, Oxford Blue Label speaker. RCA rectifier...
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1954 Gretsch® Electromatic Deluxe

$1,100
1954 Gretsch amp. One Volume, One Tone. 2 6V6 power tubes. Great raw tone. This amp has a replaced 12" E/V Wolverine speaker from the '70s. (Speaker looks like it had a 4" around the perimeter of the cone that has been glued.) In really good condition for it's age despite a missing volume knob and broken shaft on the pot. X42660
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1951 Fender® Deluxe

$2,995
VG condition for a 66 year old amplifier. The real deal! Great sounding old little guy. 100% in working order. Early '51. This one has replaced filter caps, tone stack caps and filter bypass cap. Some original coupling caps. All tubes replaced with newer Sovteks and GT rectifier. Original pots with readable date codes: Mic volume pot (Stackpole dated 30th week of 1950) On/tone pot (Stackpole...
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1964 Epiphone Coronet

$3,999
5 lbs. 13 oz. Extremely rare Silver Fox finish. One piece solid mahogany body. Besides the pickguard a tip crack and slight warpage at the top, the guitar is in amazing condition. Just a few small dings and scratches, VERY light weather checking. Early '64 with 6 on a side Batwing headstock. 100% all original, including plenty of life in the frets this guitar didn't see much action. 1...
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2016 Collings 290DC

$2,495
This one came in on trade and is virtually unplayed. Even has unfilled out WARRANTY/REGISTRATION card! Collings 290DC in crimson! This one features the extremely popular and historic crimson finish with ebony truss rod cover, ebony headstock overlay, black pickguard, the new custom wound Lollar soapbar P-90 pickups. The axe for the discriminating man. Hand-made in Austin, TX Includes...
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2006 Fender® Custom Shop Nocaster (Micawber clone)

$2,199
7 lbs. 7 oz. This guitar started out as a 2006 Custom Shop '51 reissue. Somebody wanted to make a Keith Richards 'Micawber' out of it though. It has a nice, clean rout under the guard for the neck humbucker (Duncan Antiquity) Small rout for a 9v battery which was for a boost switch in the control plate which has been removed. 6 saddle bridge added. Has a custom shop certificate which comes...
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1957 Martin D-28

$7,899
This was a real bluegrass PLAYER's guitar. Played for decades, it got retopped by Martin in 1980. The Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are drop dead gorgeous. Perfectly bookmatched with amazing reddish and spiderweb graining. When it got sent back to Martin for the re-top it looks like they poly finished over the back and sides as it's very smooth and glossy now. Headstock front and back looks...
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2012 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul R7

$3,299
9 lbs. 1 oz. We haven't had one of these in for quite awhile! Dark back R7. Nice chunky neck. No excuses on this one. Nice and clean with the original Gibson CS certificate and case candy. From Gibson: At the direction of legendary Gibson President Ted McCarty, Gibson engineer Seth Lover began working on a tone circuit with hum-cancelling capabilities sometime in 1954, applying for a...
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1960 Fender® Champ®

$2,199
Very clean and straight January of 1960 tweed Champ. Appears to be all-original including Sylvania power and preamp tubes and RCA rectifier. Astron caps, Oxford speaker dates 39th week of '59. Still has two prong AC cord. C12896
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