Killer Vintage
St. Louis, MO
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1958 Harmony Archtone

$499
This is a REALLY CLEAN nearly 60 year old guitar! No breaks, cracks, or paint chips. Just missing the bracket the holds the pickguard to body. With Original case! From the Harmony catalog: HARMONY ARCHED GUITARS- AUDITORIUM MODEL Attractive "blonde" ivory enamel finish with grained effect. Black striped edges and pin line. Fully arched top and back, birch construction. Ovaled fingerboard....
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2017 Nash T-63

$1,999
7 lbs. 9 oz. They're all good, but this is a GREAT guitar! Like Jimmy just said "this guitar is f'ing awesome". Looks as good as it plays and sounds in Vintage White. KV283.
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1978 Washburn Hawk

$850
1978 Washburn Hawk in brown finish, in overall good condition given its age with original case. Has typical player wear dings, scratches, some finish missing around back control plate. Original fretwire still in great condition with just the slightest wear on the first two frets. The major flaws are the original brass nut has been replaced (some would say an upgrade) and someone tried to...
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1966 Fender® Telecaster® Custom

$3,999
8 lbs. even with OHSC! 1966 Fender Electric XII in exceptional, 100% original condition and in perfect working order. Stackpole pots date 45th week of 1965. Just a few honest player wear dings and chips in a 51 year old guitar. Purposefully built to accept the tension of 12 strings (unlike most 12 string guitars built in the 1960s to capitalize on the burgeoning folk craze and British...
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1973 Rickenbacker 4001 bass

$2,999
July 1973 in RARE Custom Burgundy-glo. Wavy Grover tuners, checkerboard binding, toaster pickup. Transition era, so it has the smaller fingerboard inlays. Has a few scuffs (and slight buckle rash) on back but otherwise very clean bass. Low, very playable action. Replaced nut (had the ubiquitous brass nut installed in the 70's) Our local Ric enthusiast said this bass has "got...
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2014 K-Line Texola

$2,150
This is not your father's twangmaster. -Comfortable offset body -Hand wound pickups -Traditional single cutaway style controls and hardware.. Perfect weight 7 lbs. 15 oz. Alder Med U shape neck. Lollar MH/ Special 10" RADIUS 6125 fretwire 1.665" nut 140074 DISCOUNTED. Shop worn model. Has a ding on the treble side and back.
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1995 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$2,099
9 lbs. 15 oz. Very clean and beautiful Wine Red finish Les Paul from '95. Small ding in the back heel of the guitar is the only blemish. Everything straight and original, hardly played 22 year old guitar! Zero fret wear. With Original pink lined brown case. Looks like George's Lucy! 91085366
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1966 Fender® Jazzmaster™

$4,999
7 lbs. 9 oz. What a great Jazzmaster! No foolin'. Perfect amount of wear to look cool but not so beat that it's worn out. In fact, the frets are great. Let's talk about these frets. '66 was a transitional year at Fender and wacky things were happening, like installing wide frets. That's what this has, and it plays better than most old Jazzmasters because of it. They're not super tall, but...
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2009 RAINSONG CO-WS1000N2

$2,499
NOS. Shop Worn, NO CASE. The Concert Series is all about Warm Tone. These are the lightest soundboards built by RainSong using unidirectional carbon. Unidirectional carbon mimics the tight grain of a fine spruce soundboard. Thus, it is not surprising that this line produces a warmer tone. WS Shape 14-fret, 25.4” Scale Length All-Carbon-Fiber Construction with unidirectional...
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2017 Nash TC-63

$2,120
7 lbs. 7 oz. Ultra cool, Custom with double binding. Beautiful light relic Lake Placid Blue finish. Med C shape neck, rosewood fingerboard and Lollar pickups. With OHSC. NG3499
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2017 Nash T-52

$2,030
A svelte 6 lbs. 15 oz. The relic on the body is on the light side, but the back of the neck finish is completely gone. The neck is on the fat side of a Med. C shape. Lollar pickups read 5.75 neck and 8.31 bridge. Plays, sounds and feels like a vintage tele at a fraction of the price. w/ OHSC. NG3498
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1974 Gibson EDS-1275

$5,999
Weighing at less than some 70's Les Paul's at 11 lbs. 11oz. This guitar has changed Grover tuners and an added mini toggle which mutes the guitar. Also has the 'Don Felder mod', an extra input jack next to the original which is only the top 12 string neck, which he would have then ran into a Leslie cabinet. This also has the 70's wiring where the middle toggle is the pickup selector and...
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1998 Dan Armstrong Lucite Bass

$1,399
1998. First year of reissue. The Dan Armstrong Lucite Guitar was reintroduced by Ampeg in the late 1990's-2000's as a reissue of the original and immensely popular lucite model of the '60s and '70s. This particular bass is part of the collection of the previous owner of St Louis Music who is liquidating his personal hand picked collection. Original Ampeg hardshell case. These guitars...
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1964 Silvertone Model 1478

$799
This is a Silvertone 1478, made in Nov. 1964, solid body made by Harmony of Chicago. The guitar is a Fender Jaguar knock-off with two hot DeArmond pick ups, mother-of-pearl inlays on neck, and whammy bar. The finish is a red burst and is very clean with a few minor scratches and nicks (mainly on underneath treble side) There is some minor shrinkage on the pickguard. All the electronics work...
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1962 Martin 00-21 NY

$5,999
3 lbs. 8 oz. Fresh neck reset performed by our Wizard Luthier, along with Cut new bone saddle, fret dress, refile nut slots, restring and setup. This guitar is a little cannon! Beautiful Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Tight grain Solid Sitka Spruce top. Overall in VG condition, light weather checking. Light diviting on the B string in first position, looks like a SS number engraving on top...
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1972 Gibson ES-335

$4,199
7 lbs. 8 oz. Missing pickguard. Strap buttons replaced. Other than that, completely original guitar. Very clean, not played much. Original fretwire has no divits and has plenty of life left. Very light weather checking at the bottom near the tailpiece. 1.567 nut width. DC resistance on pickups read 8.0 on the bridge, and 7.8 on the neck. 745726
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~1965 Kay K571

$399
Really nice old Kay Speed Demon. Missing pickguard and no case. This might have been your first guitar if you grew up in the 60's! Groovy velvet strap too.
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2001 Huss & Dalton D-RA

$4,499
Huss & Dalton 2001 Model D-RA DreadnoughtFrom the Shenandoah Valley shop of Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton, the two luthiers who are building some of the best acoustic guitars in the world…This guitar is LOUD and REFINED, one of the two best-sounding Rosewood dreadnoughts I have every heard. HAVE MERCY! This is a great sounding guitar! From the slightly arched top, to the amazing wood, the beautiful...
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1932 Dobro Model 55

$899
5 lbs. 9 oz. Future owners project. This guitar was completely stripped, tuners changed. With Non-Original case. 2324
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1969 Sunn® Sorado

$1,150
This is a ONE OWNER Bass rig! Bought in January 1970 comes with original receipt, service manual and paperwork. This Sunn Sorado is a simple, single channel, all-tube amp made in 1969 with 2 inputs and 5 simple controls: Volume, Bass, Treble, and "Lo" and "Hi" boost switches. Kicks out about 60w RMS. Doesn't sound like a lot by today's standards but it WILL hang in a live setting. The tone...
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2013 Gibson Custom Shop ES-295 (Scotty Moore)

$9,500
6 lbs. 9 oz. LOW SERIAL NUMBER!!!!! Gibson Custom Shop ES-295 Scotty Moore Signature. Signed by the legendary guitarist from Elvis' band. #05/81. Includes case and original paperwork. 2013 GIBSON ES-295 SCOTTY MOORE CUSTOM SHOP HISTORIC SIGNED ELECTRIC GUITAR. The guitar is in MINT / AS NEW CONDITION with no signs of wear, only the case has a few scuffs. The guitar is part of a limited...
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1994 Fender® Custom Shop Freddy Tavares Stratocaster®

$14,000
Fender Custom Shop 1995 Aloha Stratocaster #66 of 153. Aluminum body, hand engraved with a Hawaiian scene by master atisan Ron Chancey, contoured on back and lowerbass bout, and one-piece highly figured birds eye maple neck and fretboard with 22 frets and green pearl dot position markers and Aloha and palm tree pearl inlays by Larry Sifel. Small headstock with Fender logo inlaid in abalone and a...
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1994 Fender® American Stratocaster-Aluminum

$1,999
7 lbs. 8 oz. 40th Anniversary. These guitars are fairly rare and sought after. This came from a collection of 8 guitars we got in from a recent estate. It has all the case candy, OHSC, bar and all. This one still has the original factory plastic on pickguard in Perfect Condition.... This one is in Blue/Purple Marble finish. Collect them all! The Fender aluminums are a rare anomaly that...
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1995 Fender® Anodized Stratocaster-Stars and Stripes

$2,299
Built in 1993, Fender’s Arizona factory produced a small number of aluminum American Standard Stratocasters – purple marble, blue marble and red, silver and blue flag (This is what we have for sale here)– which gave the guitars an indescribably unique appearance to match the singular sound produced by their hollow bodies. They are unlike anything Fender produced before or since. In...
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1994 Fender® Custom Shop Anodized Stratocaster®

$2,999
7 lbs. 9 oz. Red w/ Black swirls. These guitars are fairly rare and sought after. This came from a collection of 8 guitars we got in from a recent estate. With OHSC, bar, paperwork, signed COA The Fender aluminums are a rare anomaly that likely will never be reproduced, but they will certainly continue to pique the interest of guitar enthusiasts well into the future. -095
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1993 Fender® Custom Shop Anodized Stratocaster®

$2,999
Built in 1993, Fender’s Arizona factory produced a small number of aluminum American Standard Stratocasters – purple marble, blue marble and red, silver and blue flag – which gave the guitars an indescribably unique appearance to match the singular sound produced by their hollow bodies. They are unlike anything Fender produced before or since. In addition to the aluminum American Standards,...
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1995 Fender® Stratocaster® Aluminum American Deluxe

$1,999
7 lbs. 11 oz. These guitars are fairly rare and sought after. This came from a collection of 8 guitars we got in from a recent estate. It has all OHSC tweed, and bar. Cosmetically it's in near perfect condition. This one has pearloid pickguard, Lace Sensor pickups, locking tuners, roller nut and a beautiful Blue/Purple Marble finish. Collect them all! N535545
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~1971 Sola Sound Tonebender Mark IV

$650
The three knob Tone Bender you see most often is that classic silvery grey pedal where they really went all the way in the graphics department; finally no more cheap 1960s silk-screening! With the new far-out ‘Batman’ style flash logo it’s pretty clear what you’re gonna get when you step on the pedal. HIT IT! But right here we are looking at the sexiest of the lot – the Sola Sound yellow Tone...
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1995 Fender® Fender® Stratocaster® Aluminum American Standard

$1,999
7 lbs. 9 oz. These guitars are fairly rare and sought after. This came from a collection of 8 guitars we got in from a recent estate. It has all the case candy, OHSC tweed, bar and all. Aside from light finish flaking off of neck at 8th/9th frets it's in Perfect Condition. This one has pearloid pickguard, Lace Sensor pickups, locking tuners and a beautiful Purple Marble finish. Collect...
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1976 Sunn® Model T

$2,150
Behold the Sunn Model T. Vintage Sunn Model T all tube amplifier head for guitar or bass. 150 watts of insane power! THE AMP for any genre that needs pure volume. This one appears to be the second generation model from the mid-1970's. No issues whatsoever, no strange noises, everything works as it should and it takes pedals exceptionally well. Chassis has some rusting but the Tolex is showing...
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