Kummer's Vintage
Timm Kummer
954-752-6063
Fort Lauderdale, FL
6:14 PM
7am EST til 10pm EST

Personal checks are very welcome, they clear my bank in less than 2 days, I almost alway ship the second day. Bank checks are fine, but they seem to take the same time to clear. Paypal, but on items over $1500 you pay a %.

Fed Express overnight on anything over $5000, Fed Ex ground on all else unless you request UPS.

72 hour approval, no questions ask return policy, if your not happy, we're not happy.

Found 70 matches

~1923 Gibson TB

$595
tenor, open back, finish worn evenly on the back of the neck, plays great,
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~1923 Gibson MB

$495
open back, some lugs have been changed, small shim on the dowel stick, plays good, cute banjo mandolin
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1938 National Duolian

$3,495
solid peghead, V shaped 14 fret neck, body shows some playing wear, but this one has the sound and the look. Modern hardcase,
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~1939 Dobro 35

$2,500
steel body, "fiddle edge", finish is "Blues Approved" (see photo's) sounds great, much louder than the "Lumalite" 47 models, headstock and pickguard matching MOT, not easy to find
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~1977 Roland G-707

$1,495
all the cables and controllers, has a couple of memory cartridges,
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1966 Fender® Jazzmaster™

$6,500
matching headstock, dot inlay bound neck, Surf City here we come, plays great
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1963 Guild® F 50 B

$7,495
very rare, maple back and sides, old style headstock, Hoboken built, top of the line model, sounds great, plays great, these just never come up for sale
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1975 Gibson L-6S

$1,250
nice solid guitar with several changes, pickups are Gibson humbuckers from the 80's, 5-way switch changed out for three way toggle, finish, frets, tuners and most hardware is original. Strap pins are "strap loc" add no's, case is missing the handle for otherwise solid, 1970's Santana on a budget.
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~1926 Concertone (Regal) Palm Decal

$1,250
might be the cleanest 1920's guitar I've ever seen, come with paperwork from the period and an instructional book, like a time capsule, the case is modern
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~1922 Gibson GB4

$4,500
the big one, open back, dowel stick, plays and sounds like it should, these are getting hard to fine, tailpiece is changed but period tailpiece included
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1928 Gibson L-2

$2,500
as is, needs braces re-glued and may need a neck reset, call for in hand description
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1937 National Duolian

$2,500
super clean, squareneck, sounds great, the neck is as clean as the body
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1931 Dobro 125

$5,500
these don't come up often, walnut top, sides and 4 piece back, engraved coverplate, roundneck, plays and sounds great, if you want that Clapton unplugged Dobro sound, you just found it
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1932 National Duolian

$6,500
super rare, National made a Duolian for Sears in the 1930's, they weren't cheap and it was the Depression, so not many were sold, this is the cleanest we've ever seen, collector grade, plays and sounds great, finish is Duco but greener than the color of the standard Nationals, the cover plate has only 5 sound-holes but they are much larger than the standard, rare guitar.
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1969 Gibson EB-1

$3,750
super clean, with tags and pole, really one of the best examples we've seen in forever, plays like butter
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1969 Gibson LES PAUL CUSTOM

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very early 69, all 68 features, one piece neck and one piece body, one owner, he did have the guitar restored, perfect black finish, refret with slightly higher fret wire, but not jumbo size, rare guitar
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1928 National Style 3 Tricone

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very early model , early engraving with flowers on the coverplate as well as all over the body, very nice original and very rare example
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1930 National Style O

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early model, steel body, fingerboard shows wear, has the sound only a steel style O has, ready to go, modern hardcase
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1963 Fender® Stratocaster®

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rock star guitar, shows the wear and tear of the road, but a solid and fully original (except the nut) guitar, sounds great, plays great, nice neck, all pre-CBS features, black case is slightly later, call for details
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~1955 Kay Electric Bass

$1,250
cute short scale solidbody, with original gigbag (I never see them), plays great, classic "stop bass" sound,
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~1938 Rickenbacher Electro Spanish

$3,495
considered by many to be the first electric solidbody, round neck, Bakelite body and neck, large Horseshoe pickup, rare guitar, the case is not as nice as the guitar, very good investment
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1936 Rickenbacher Model B

$1,995
Bakelite body, single knob, the right one, as used by everyone, the sound
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~1964 Supro "Violin"

$995
very rare, long scale bass, really as clean as I've ever seen, plays great, the case is also very clean
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1929 National Style 4 TriCone

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the best style 4 we've seen, they don't come up this nice very often, a fine investment grade Tricone
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1936 National Style O

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the best 14 fret Style O we've seen, sounds pretty good too
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~1934 Regal M-16

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rare model, top of the line, round neck, back of the neck is refinished (had capo wear that drove the last owner nuts), very nice engraving, as fancy as they get for Regal/Dobro
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1928 National Style 4 TriCone

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ultra rare, very early with wood wells, flat back, early engraving pattern with separate flowers on the cover plate, some modifications, see photo's, call for details, this is a very rare opportunity to own one of the earliest top of the line round neck Tricones.
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1928 National Style 1 Tricone

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very early, unplated body with flat back, wood sound wells, early heel and headstock angle, much lighter than the production period tricones, call for details
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1983 Gibson Les Paul (Leo's 59 reissue) Standard

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Leo's 59 reissue, just after the Guitar Trader model, Leo's (California) ordered their version. The guitar is remarkable for 30 years old, tight pinstripe flame, very strong color, these don't come up often, case handle is missing, but the case is near mint other than that.
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~1980 Steinberger L-series

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the original headless bass, all original, has a few chips (see photo's), plays great, missing the folding leg guard, but that's only used when seated, will ship in a protective case, but no original case is available, as used by Sting (and just about everyone in the early 80's)
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