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1973 Fender® Stratocaster®

$3,299
7 lbs. 9 oz. A very nice example of a 1973 Sunburst Stratocaster. All the '73 attributes staggered polepiece pickups, 3 bolt neck. VG condition with just a slight bit of finish missing on the upper bout. Original fretwire in decent shape with still some life left in them. Still has the bridge cover and hang tags in the Original case. Replaced items are the nut, neck volume pot, two tuners, and...
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1968 Gibson ES-125 CD

$2,099
6 lbs. 3 oz. A fairly rare guitar, the ES125 CD was a cutaway with two pickups. They only made 195 of these in this year 1968. This one is overall very clean but is missing the pickguard, has changed Grover tuners and a spacer to raise the bridge pickup. Has an extra strapbutton hole also. Beautiful sunburst on this one. This is one of those "try to find another one" guitars as there aren't...
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1969 Gibson ES-330

$3,299
5 lbs. 14 oz. A really nice playing and clean 330 from '69 with a few modifications. Tuners replaced, but were direct replacements so left no holes. The bridge pickup has a spacer underneath it to get it up closer to strings. The original nylon saddles have been replaced but are still with the guitar. This guitar came from a player and is really setup nice and sounds great...in very good...
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1977 Gibson ES-335 TD

$3,599
8 lbs. 3 oz. '77 ES-335 in exceptional condition. 1 nick on top near bridge volume and guitar stand burn into finish at 12th fret are the only flaws on this guitar. This is the era with the coil tap switch on top. 100% original including case. Get your Larry Carlton on with this amazing 335! 06 105790
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1934 Martin 0-17

$3,799
A featherweight 3 lbs. 2 oz. This is a great example of what happens when you really take care of a fine instrument. This guitar is 83 years old and it looks almost new. (Aside from a few small dings on the back near bottom of guitar) The saddle is low but does not need a neck reset. Plays really nice and is a great fingerstyle guitar. The notes just jump right out at you. Everything...
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1965 Guild® Starfire™

$1,399
7 lbs. 5 oz. Early 1965 Starfire bass. One of the best sounding/best playing short scale basses out there! This thing is a monster, acoustically it just sounds huge and piano chimey. Plugged in, it's aggressive and in your face tone. Allen Woody from Govt. Mule loved these... This one is in rocked out condition. Had a recent pro headstock repair. (Won't crack there again!) The finish is...
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1957 Fender® Musicmaster™

$1,000
2nd year Fender Musicmaster, unfortunately it got the ubiquitous 70's strip and hippie stain job. Neck is missing logo and has been refin'ed as well. Original parts thoughout though including neck plate. Original Centralab pots readable date codes is 37th week of '57. Original pickup and pickguard. ORIGINAL 1957 FENDER CASE! 14832
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1966 Fender® Musicmaster™ II

$1,599
Really clean one-owner Musicmaster II in Daphne Blue. In gorgeous condition, everything is 100% original. Includes original Fender hangtag. Then finish is super clean with just a few small paint chips and dings near the bottom. The guitar had flatwounds on it it's whole life so the fretwire shows zero fretwear. This guy didn't really get played. No case. 151828
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1966 Gibson SG SPECIAL

$3,499
6 lbs. 2 oz. Early '66 small guard. Just back from our luthier, when we got this in the headstock veneer had been water damaged and had come completely off. This is the only new thing on this guitar. Everything else is 100% original. In very good condition with typical finish checking you would expect to see. There is a spot on the back of the neck around 11th fret where the finish looks like...
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2004 Marshall 1960TV

$649
Aside from a small tear in the grille cloth, a very clean Tall Vintage 4x12 cab. These of course have the Made in England Celestion Greenback speakers. These cabs sound great and have a little more bottom end than your typical angled 4x12. M-2004-04-0052Z
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1961 Fender® Super

$2,999
Early '61 Brown 6G4 circuit Fender Super in super clean condition. Aside from a fresh recone on the 1960 dated Jensen speakers (unfortunately the cones had dry rotted), this amp is in 100% original condition. The tubes are old vintage period correct Amperex rectifier, Tung Sol 5881's and assorted Motorola and Sylvania preamps. The insides have all the correct Astron Electrolytics, blue molded...
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2009 MusicMan Stingray

$1,099
9 lbs. 6 oz. Very good condition and well set up bass. Small ding in headstock. With Original Hardshell case. E73397
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1962 Ampeg B-15-N

$1,999
Here it is... the Holy Grail of bass tone. In the early days you could special order one with your name etched into under the Ampeg logo. This one belonged to "Gregg" This one has a freshly reconed ORIGINAL JENSEN speaker, replaced side handles and has a clean bill of health from our amp tech. Here's the skinny: The Ampeg B-15N Portaflex of the 1960s, the "multi-instrument" successor...
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1965 Airline Res-o-Glas 3/4

$1,199
Near pristine 1965 Airline 3/4 scale Resoglass electric guitar! This rare short scale (22 1/4") instrument was produced by Valco in Chicago. The "Airline" name was exclusive to the Montgomery Ward catalog and should not be confused with the current line of Airline instruments produced overseas. This is a genuine, USA made Airline guitar with two very powerful Gold foil single coil pickups! The...
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1968 Fender® Telecaster®

$5,999
7 lbs.11 oz. Here's a really nice '68 Telecaster! Worn just the way you want it. Has a few things to mention, the first being a brand new refret, so it plays great. Has the great maple cap neck of the era. One of the most comfortable necks Fender ever offered. Looks like it had a second string tree added and removed. The hole has been filled. Has a new pickguard. No routing or any other funny...
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1977 Boogie Mark 1

$1,699
The classic Mark 1 Boogie amplifier from 1977 in white tolex. This one has a later Mesa Boogie Black Shadow 150w speaker installed. This was THE amplifier to have in the mid-70's but was rare and very expensive. This particular amp has the distinction of being owned by the player who inherited one of Duane Allman's Les Paul's after his passing. This guitarist (Joey Marshall) gave the...
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1967 Gibson ES-330 TD

$2,699
6 lbs. 13 oz. What's better than a '67 ES-330? A '67 ES-330 that has been messed with just enough to lower its price without affecting the guitar very much. Came to us with Schaller tuners and Duncan humbuckers installed. The good news, it also came with its original tuners and P-90s. Did not have its original tailpiece, but has a nice old Bigsby attached. Some of the humbucker routing is...
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2008 PRS KL-33

$1,799
7 lbs. 3 oz. Santana body style guitar in Solid Korina! The Paul Reed Smith KL-33 Limited Electric Guitar features a solid korina body and neck with a 24-fret East Indian rosewood fingerboard. Korina is a lightweight tonewood that sounds as beautiful as it looks. The KL 33 electric guitar has a traditional 24-1/2" scale length, PRS Mira pickups, nickel hardware, locking tuners, and a tremolo...
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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 Bukovac 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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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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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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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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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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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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