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1978 Marshall M 1959 aka 2203 100 Watt Head

$2,495
1978 Marshall Custom Color Fawn 100 Watt Head Master Volume Superb Original Condition Marked Model M 1959 on label Later Called Model 2203 I've been buying and selling Vintage Marshall Heads & Cabinets for 25 years. I've had more than my share of Custom Color Fawn Heads and Cabinets. I have never seen another Fawn Marshall Head in this awesome one owner barely used condition. First...
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1978 Marshall 1960B Straight Cabinet 4X12"

$2,195
1978 Marshall Custom Color Fawn Model 1960B 4X12" Square Cabinet Original, Near Mint & Rare as hell. All 4 Speaker Frames read T1221 & EL31 Original T Code for 25 Watt, 75Hz, 12" Celestion Lead Speaker used from the mid 1960's to the late 1970's in all Marshall guitar cabinets and amps Near Mint, Original & Rare as hell. EL31 Date Code is May31,1978 I've been buying and selling...
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1948 Slingerland Radio King Snare 14" X 6.5"

$1,195
This Slingerland Radio King 14" X 6.5" Snare Drum came to me with the original natural skin heads still on and quite dried out, and heads had affected lacquer in area of head contact and overlap next to throw off. See pictures of worst area. Rest not bad. Head and rim cover most of this affected area, so the snare looks just a bit worn and vintage. My Drum shop re-glued inner ring braces and...
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~1968 Marshall Green Levant Cover For Slant 4X12 Cabinet 1960A

$375
~1968 Marshall Green Levant Cover For Slant 4X12 Cabinet 1960A 24 % off
1968 Marshall Cabinet Cover for Slant 4X12 Cabinet Model 1960A Green Levant with white piping. Made in England. Incredibly Rare. Excellent Clean & Original with only slight wear. This green levant Slant Cabinet cover is so rare. I've been buying and selling vintage Marshalls for 25+ years and I've only ever seen two of these. I'd heard about them, but never seen one until now, and...
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1978 Marshall 1982B

$2,500
White 1978 Marshall Cabinet Model 1982B Straight Cabinet Loaded with Matched Set of Four (4) 30 Watt Celestion Greenbacks All Dated December 9, 1971 Rough White Tolex White Handles White Corners White Speaker Cloth Black Casters Black Wheel Cups Black Input Jack Cup w/Brass Screws Instead of Celestion Blackbacks Cabinet is Loaded With (4) Four DECEMBER 9, 1971 Celestion 30W Greenback...
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~1966 Mosrite Joe Maphis Double Neck 6/12

$3,995
Vintage 1960s Mosrite Joe Maphis Double Neck 6/12 Both Heads Say Joe Maphis Both Rosewood Fingerboards Have Nice Color Match I've seen some other Joe Maphis Models with one head that says Joe Maphis, and one head that doesn't, and with Rosewood Fretboards with two different colors that look like they came from two different guitars. Spoils the looks at the very least. But not this...
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1972 Maestro PS-1 Phase Shifter Early 1st Version

$295
1972 Maestro PS-1 Phase Shifter Early 1st Version 25 % off
Vintage 1972 Maestro PS-1 Phase Shifter Exceptional Condition Early 1st Version. Vintage 1972 Maestro Phase Shifter Model PS-1 Early First Version of Phase Shifter Electronics Work Well Excellent Cosmetic Condition 1972 Maestro PS-1 Phase Shifter (Leslie Rotary Speaker Simulator). This is a nice example, in exceptional cosmetic condition. All electronics working well. Transformer date...
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1969 Gretsch Electrotone Bass Model 6073 also called Peter Tork Bass

$1,900
Guitar's first owner played it extensively, then put it away until recently. Guitar has it's share of dents and scuffs and chips and checks, but no cracks or damage or repairs. Nice. Not perfect cosmetically, but a nice solid bass that looks great from more than two feet away. Action is low, neck is straight. Neck has a nice feel to it, very pleasant. Low action, easy fretting. Sounds great. This...
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1973 Fender Jazz Bass

$5,995
1973 Fender Jazz Bass 25 % off
This is my personal 1973 Jazz Bass. I got it in 1975 and it was still new. I played it in a Funk Band for 8 months. I was very careful not to scratch it then...or ever. Then I went back to guitar and put the Jazz Bass in my closet in 1976, and it's mostly been in the case since then. The Translucent See-Thru Blonde Finish looks awesome on the Figured Ash Body. The finish is Creamy Colored and the...
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1957 Magnatone Bigsby Mark V

$4,995
1957 Magnatone Bigsby Mark V 36 % off
#622---Paul Bigsby Designed Magnatone Mark V Circa 1957-58---Few Made---Few Survive #622- Near Mint Condition--This nice Magnatone Mark V is super clean, original, and lightweight. (just 8lbs) Guitar is awesome!! Low action, and the alnico pickups sound unbelievable, strong, rich and chimey. Original frets have only light wear. Plays great all the way up, and give that Bigsby a little...
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1966 Fender Tremolux Amp Head & Cabinet

$1,995
I've always loved mid 60's Tremoluxes. The speaker cabinet is smaller than a Bassman. The small closed back cab is such a nice tight sound that really gets out, not loud, but you can hear it clearly in the mix. The head is 30 watts, so no-one gets hurt. I've owned this Tremolux since 1970. It was originally ordered from the Fender factory with two 12'' speakers instead of two 10" speakers. The...
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