Found 96 matches

1991 Peavey Wolfgabg Special

$1,195
Ed-die!!! This Peavey Wolfgang Special is as cool as it gets without breaking the bank. Way cool metallic-gold finish, solid maple neck, full-blown Peavey/ Floyd Rose tremolo (says so right on it), and all the whang you could ever coax out of any guitar. Still has its original EVH fret protector for shipping, frets in great shape despite a fair amount of grunge on the fingerboard (original?!?)....
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2006 Fender American Standard P-Bass Anniversary LTD

$1,395
From the people who literally invented the solidbody electric bass, and in its coolest form too, Fender! Precision Bass! This is their now extremely rare, very special American-made Diamond Anniversary Limited Edition Series, with a cool metal emblem so denoting right on the back of the peghead. It does not get any more solid and reliable than an American-made P-Bass; we all know that for a fact....
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2009 ESP Custom PJ Bass

$1,095
2009 ESP Custom PJ Bass 15% off
Seems that folks will never run out of new ways to do cool customizations on Fender basses. We have here a 2009 ESP “Vintage Four” (says so on the peghead) Precision-style bass with the standard P-Bass pickup arrangement, and with an unusual custom addition of Jazz Bass pickups. What I've seen many times over the years is a bridge-position J-Bass pickup being added to a P-Bass, making a “PJ...
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2016 German Rubio Flamenco

$2,995
2016 German Rubio Flamenco 25% off
An exquisite flamenco guitar from one of the most respected makers of classical and flamenco instruments in all of North America. German Vazquez Rubio (also known as G.V. Rubio) has created his own signature sound over the years that professional guitarists have come to love. He came to Los Angeles in the early '70s from his home in Paracho, Mexico, and began working with Bernie Rico at B.C. Rich...
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2015 Veillette Studio 15 Acoustic 12-String

$2,995
Another masterpiece from the workshop of Joe Veillette in Woodstock, NY. This instrument was specially built to order six years ago and lovingly played and lovingly kept. Its owner recently had financial reversals, was unfortunately forced to part with this fabulous 12-string and wishes only the very best for its next owner. I have to say, picking this guitar up and playing it is one of the most...
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1968 Gibson ABR-1

$149
The real deal. Someone left this here may years ago, just didn’t want it, preferred to replace it on his 1968 Gibson with a new one. Kinda relic-y looking in a very cool way; plating a bit rough, five of the intonation screws frozen but can be unfrozen with a little WD-40 and a lot of patience, last screw replaced in the original saddle and functioning. Notches in the saddles, of course, spring...
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Ovation Bass Tuners

$49
Ovation Bass Tuners 17% off
A beautiful, hardly ever used set of 2+2 bass tuning machines from an Ovation that got decapitated by its owner’s better half shortly after it was purchased some years ago. The owner survived; the relationship obviously did not. Threaded bushings from the top and a pair of locator pins on the back hold them nicely in place; no screws required. Complete set only $49
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Fender Bridge Covers

$49
From the deepest depths of our parts department, probably been here for at least thirty years, maybe more. Two, count ‘em two, genuine Strat bridge covers with cutout for the trem bar and a lovely Tele bridge cover to replace the one you, or someone else, lost. All three for only $49
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1961 Velazquez El Classico

$3,295
1961 Velazquez El Classico 45% off
Manuel Velazquez was one of the most beloved luthiers ever to grace New York City with his presence. He worked here, making his absolutely outstanding classical guitars, from the 1940s through the 1960s. His instruments were played by many of the greats: Andres Segovia, Julian Bream, Pepe Romero, Ray del la Torre and more. There were two types of instruments that came out of Velazquez’ shop here...
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~1990 Fretlight Optek

$349
Remember these? Little red lights all over the fingerboard and a whole buncha rotary switches on the front to tell you where to put your fingers for about eight billion different note, scale, and unpronounceable name combinations for esoteric, possibly louche, music. Well here’s your big chance to get a real nice regular Strat-type guitar with all that hoo-hah built right in except, alas, the...
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2008 Epiphone Les Paul Studio

$395
A neat, solid Epiphone upgraded version of the classic Gibson Les Paul Studio model. All set up and ready to go, it’s got two of the most versatile-sounding pickups anywhere, Seymour Duncan Humbuckers, each with two little slider switches right on the pickup surrounds. This will give you the ultimate choice of combinations of tones by offering you series-parallel and in-or-out of phase wring...
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~1930 Martin Style 21 Bridge Pins (3)

$95
It is extremely rare to find any original Martin style 21 bridge pins from this era available, especially with Ivoroid dots. These are of the shorter ungrooved variety and all are in excellent condition. Replace the missing bridge pins from your pre-war Martin and restore it to completion. $95
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Fender Telecaster Saddle Set

$29
It never ceases to amaze me that there are still parts I haven’t seen in years popping up here. Witness this set of genuine Fender brass Telecaster saddles, complete with original-style slotted height adjustment screws, and intonation adjustment screws with their springs. Quite unusual in that they’ve got flat undersides, for adjusting for an extra-low action. Gotta be at least 10-20 years old,...
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~1890 Bone Pins w/ Abalone Dots (5)

$149
These are unusually fine 19th-century bone bridge pins with heart-of-abalone dots that are larger than usual, quite rare. They also have little holes laterally through them just under the heads, if one wants to thread strings through them, even more unusual. The dots are missing from two of the pins, easily replaceable. $149
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Clamshell-Type Banjo Tailpiece

$39
A seen on many of the finest banjos of the 1920s-30s, this “clamshell-type” banjo tailpiece is suitable for both 4-string and 5-string banjos. Its front section is designed for the strings to put downward pressure on the bridge for more volume, and the thumbscrew on the back provides the ability to adjust that tension. The ribbed cover allows you to rest your hand on the tailpiece if you like,...
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Allparts Geared Banjo 5th Pegs (3)

$29
The perfect replacement for all those pesky friction-type 5th-string banjo tuning pegs that either never hold or when they do, they’re stuck and won’t turn at all. Usually at about $15 each, all three of these, still in their blister packs, for only $29
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Replica Deluxe Tuner Set

$39
A fresh, unused set of gold-plated Deluxe replica tuners in the exact style used by so many American guitar manufacturers of the 1950s-60s, and way better made and tighter than the originals. All bushings and screws included. $39
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Import Gibson Style Tuners (3)

$39
Three tight, essentially unused, Gibson-style tuners with Keystone-type buttons; two treble and one bass. Replace those bent ones on your guitar efficiently and at low cost. $39
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Misc Tuners (11)

$39
A true mixed bag, two gold-plated and seven chrome-plated replica tuners of various types, all fresh and unused, all with Fender-style slotted tips for easy string changing. Also includes four gold bushings, twelve chrome bushings, and six screws. You can’t go wrong for only $39
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~1980 Brass Bridge Pins

$49
From the “The Brass Age”, the glorious 1970s, when everyone knew for a fact that changing as many metal parts on your guitar to solid brass was going to change the world and make it sound better too. We have here a full set of six solid brass bridge pins, all with special, fabulously knurled heads for an easy grip. From what planet I have no idea but they sure are cool. All yours for only $49
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~1960 Martin Style 17 Pin Set

$79
In use by Martin from the early-1950s through perhaps the 1970s, these white bridge pins are quite cool in that they are indeed an older set, and have got the patina and aged look to match your earlier Martin guitar. All straight and quite usable. $79
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~1900 Bone Pin Set w/ Concentric Circle Heads (4)

$195
A lovely and most unusual set of four bone bridge pins from the 19th-century. Rather than having pearl dots inlaid into them, they’ve got concentric circles lightly cut into the tops with a diminutive inset depression in the center of each. 1” length below the head, 13/64” dia. below the head, 3/16" dia. at the tip. $195
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~1900 Bone Pin Set W/ Abalone Dots

$495
I’ve been accumulating older bridge pins here since the early 1960s; 19th-century ones of bone, some with abalone dots, early-mid 20th-century ones, mostly from older Martins. Some are in complete sets, some are partial sets. (Please email directly to info@umanovguitars.com if you are in need of individuals to match your own incomplete set). This particular set is extremely rare as well as quite...
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~1940 Martin Long White No-Groove Pins (5)

$125
These pins were taken from an otherwise unsalvageable Martin that came in sometime over the fifty-plus years I’ve been involved with restoration and repair of Martin guitars. They are unusual in that they are of the “long white no-groove" type and of an earlier material, indicating that they are from a 1940s or earlier Martin They are in excellent condition and are a true find for completing an...
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1928 Martin Pin Set (short, no-groove)

$149
This set was taken from an otherwise unsalvageable Martin that came in sometime over the fifty-plus years I’ve been involved with restoration and repair of Martin guitars. They are of the “short white no-goove” type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s. All in beautiful, original, condition. Complete set $149
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1928 Martin Pin Set

$75
This set was taken from an otherwise unsalvageable guitar that came in sometime over the fifty-plus years I’ve been involved with restoration and repairs. They are of the “short white no-goove” type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s. Nice patina on the tops, perfect for a Martin or any other period instrument. Complete set $75
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~1980 Gibson ES-330/335 Tailpiece NOS

$149
From the depths of our seemingly bottomless collection of parts, accumulated here over a fifty-five year span of guitar restoration and repair. In storage from my 30-plus years as a Gibson dealer in the 1970s-80s-90s, probably been here since at least the 1980s, an original gold plated ES-330 “trapeze” tailpiece, nice raised Gibson diamond on the top of the cross-bar. Never used, never on a...
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~1980 Gibson ES-175 Wiggle Tailpiece

$159
From the depths of our seemingly bottomless collection of parts, accumulated here over a fifty-plus year span of guitar restoration and repair. In storage from over 30 years as a Gibson dealer in the 1970s-80s-90s, probably been here since at least the 1980s or 90s, this rare ES-175 “wiggle” tailpiece. Never used, never on a guitar, plating still perfect. Not one of the cheap imported copies;...
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~1980 Gibson Stop Tailpiece

$59
~1980 Gibson Stop Tailpiece 34% off
True original Gibson parts, just discovered in our seemingly bottomless collection. They were acquired directly from Gibson sometime in the 1970s-80s-90s, during my 30-year tenure as a Gibson dealer. This is a truly cast tailpiece, with the parting line showing underneath. This is not one of those cheap modern copies, is not one of those hollow fly-weight jobs; it is the real deal, stored here in...
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~1950 Waverly Strip Tuners

$59
A complete set of Waverly solid-head tuners from the 1950s with straight shafts, brass posts, original buttons, just totally lubricated throughout, turning smoothly and ready to go. Just enough patina, cleaner than most. Perfect for that cool 50s-60s American guitar project. $59
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