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2001 Gibson LES PAUL

$1,895
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1999 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Junior

$2,895
Bar-none, this is Olive (Inverness?) Green Metallic LP Junior one of coolest custom-colored Gibson you'll ever run across, and it even has a matching headstock too. You never see that on a Gibson! The black plastic is the obvious counter-point to the green finish. It is in great shape, couple of paint marks, but nothing worse. No breaks, repairs, nonsense. Classic Gibson cocktail of mahogany and...
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1996 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$3,295
This flashy Custom Shop Les Paul is also super inspiring to play. Yep, that elusive "mojo" is less about vintage and more about just having your axe psyche you up before you even pick it up. Once you get it in your hands though this is one guitar that will not hold you back. It plays like a dream and plugged in it touches all the classic LP tones (57 Classics). The semi-hollow design keeps it...
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1990 Gibson Flying V

$1,595
Here's a real closet-classic for you. Nope it ain't a new guitar from the Custom Shop. It's a real deal, under-the-bed type situation. The late 80s into the early 90s is a classic period at Gibson. It's when they righted the ship, having had to work harder than ever to regain their reputation after years of getting away from what they did best. They slimmed down their offerings and were building...
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1986 Ibanez X-ING IMG2010 Midi Guitar

$595
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1983 Fender Elite Telecaster

$1,695
In 1982 Fender was looking to go in some new directions. That year they introduced their vintage re-issue line, taking everything back to square one, but also introduced the Elite Series with a more forward thinking design. These Elite guitars were top of the line. Pick one up and it feels like a Tele should, nicely balanced, and comfy like an old friend. From there it got upgrades all around...
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1982 Fender Stratocaster

$1,895
There are a lot of Strats in the world but this has gotta be one of the cooler ones. Not only does it come in a great custom color but it's an early "Dan Smith" era Fender. Dan Smith is a big name in Fender land, having steered their ship into the modern era. He was brought in to help them regain their early magic and managed to do just that. He introduced both the AVRI line and helped return...
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1981 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$2,495
Killer early 80s LP with Tim Shaw humbuckers. Tobacco sunburst finish with some wear. No breaks or repairs. Upgraded Sperzel tuners. Original bridge but the strings saddles themselves seem to be changed. This one is a little beastly at just under 11 lbs but the tone makes it worth it. Good frets, low action. Hard case included.
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~1980 Steinberger GL 7T Elite

$4,995
The Steinberger headless guitar is the logical conclusion to the quest that Les Paul and others began years earlier. The definition of what a guitar could and should be went out the window and the sky was the limit. The headless design needed some things to be rethought so they designed their own bridge/tail that also acted as the vibrato and adjusted the tuning. As understated as the design may...
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~1985 B. C. Rich STIII

$995
At the turn of the 80s the Super-Strat craze was in full effect, with everyone and their mother throwing their hat into the game. But when it comes down to playability and just plain bad-assery none could match what was coming out of Bernie's shop in California. This ST III still plays as fast as anything out there with tons of frets life left. It looks like it got some heavy whammy use as one of...
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1978 Fender Telecaster Custom

$2,495
No other guitar can compete with Fender's Telecaster. It's the guitar that just won't die-- even if you actively try to kill it! The 70's Custom saw a couple of small improvements to the original design. Probably the biggest mod to a Tele is to put a humbucker in the neck and the Custom made this feature available directly from the factory. You also get individual tone and volume controls so you...
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1977 Gibson RD Artist

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The RD is Gibson's famous Explorer... but on an acid trip! The body is a little smaller and curvier so it feels more comfy and sized like a "regular" guitar. That said, "regular" is not a word that really applies to this amazing blip in Gibson's lineup. It came from the Norlin era at Gibson when they were under the same umbrella as Moog, so this beast got some ahead of its time active circuitry....
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1972 Gibson LES PAUL CUSTOM

$4,495
The Les Paul Custom is hands down the "most" electric guitar ever. The most elegant. The most playable. It's also the meanest and can handle anything you throw at it. They have varied a little in features over the years but no doubt that the early 70s LPC's are totally genius. T-Tops pickup ARE the sound of late 60s and 70s and these sound killer. There are no breaks or cracks but the tone pots...
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H.S. Anderson Apple Guitar

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If you're checking out this HS Anderson you probably already know the pedigree. This "Apple" is no guitar to laugh at, it's all business when you lay some licks on it. Full 24-5/8" scale, wraparound bridge, maple body, maple neck and dark rosewood board. It rings out like the very best guitars do and you'll be hard pressed to put it down. Original hard case included.
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1959 Fender Precision Bass

$4,995
When Fender updated the Precision bass in 1958 they probably thought they were just making a couple of tweaks. Instead, they created what has been one of the defining instruments of the 20th century and beyond. For many, there is no substitute. 60 years is a long time for an instrument to be orbiting the sun and going in and out of bars night after night. Along the way it lost of its original...
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1970 Fender Stratocaster

$12,995
It's not every day that a collector's grade, real-deal 1970 Stratocaster walks in your door! The sunburst is killer. The pickups positively sing. It's early enough that it has a 4-bolt neck and is free of the dreaded "bullet." Plus it has stamped steel saddles and staggered pole pickups. All these little details are important ingredients in the tonal cocktail of Leo's most famous creation. And...
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1968 Gibson ES-345

$5,995
What an all around beautiful guitar! Truly, the photos don't do it justice, and the tone of this vintage Gibson ES-345 is to die for. The 345 is their amazing semi-hollow 335 with some very note-worthy upgrades. Not only do you got the standard manufacturer upgrades like gold-hardware, and the oh-so-classic split parallelogram inlays, but the 345 has some extra tricks up its sleeve. Most...
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1967 Gibson ES-330

$3,995
Here's a very vibey Gibson ES-330 in an ultra rare Sparkling Burgundy finish with a very cool vintage bald-eagle sticker on the pickguard (extra style points for that). There's plenty of real-world authentic paint wear, lots of checking, and the metallic gold underlayer has "greened out" and oxidized like the goldtops do so the back of the neck so it looks dark brown now, ie, it's not dirt! It...
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1967 Fender Coronado XII

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The lush sounds of a 12 string cannot be matched, and a vintage Fender is hard to resist, making this Coronado quite the guitar. It is an interesting piece of history as Fender's first archtop, first hollowbody, and first guitar to feature a more Gibson control layout. It's just about as clean of a 50 year old guitar as you'll find. The only real wear is some marks in the lacquer from a guitar...
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1966 Guild T-100

$1,195
Guild guitars have always flown under the radar, but for those who find them they're a total joy. The T-100 is unique guitar in that it marries tried and true hollowbody construction with single coil pickups that sparkle like a Fender rather delivering than the warm and buttery tones that you find in most hollowbodies. You can of course roll back the tone controls, but being able to get those...
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1966 Gibson Melody Maker

$2,995
Here's a cool vintage Gibson that you don't see every day. The Melody Maker went through a few different iterations over the years but none was cooler than the iconic SG shape (and there's no cooler color for an SG than Pelham Blue). If you're a Gibson nerd like us you know most of these done up in Pelham Blue Metallic have natural necks so this is a bit of an oddball. Like a lot of players I...
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~1960 Kay Swingmaster

$1,295
Lovely old Kay hollowbody. This old Swingmaster has the great "Kleenex box" pickups, some fancy checkerboard binding (which really highlights the great body shape), and a killer tobacco burst finish. It's got a big but not too big 15.5" lower bout. Full 25.5" scale.
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Silvertone Silhouette 1478

$795
There's no doubt that Harmony/Silvertone borrowed a little from Fender's Jaguar and Jazzmaster when creating the 1478 Silhouette. Not only does it have a similar off-set body shape but it comes with a very surfy vibrato that is perfect for adding color when you need it. The pickups are also Fender-y, but a much more raunchy variety. These silver-foils are the archetypal garage-rock pickup. This...
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~1960 Kay Swingmaster

$1,195
For as long as you hunt, you'll always find new variations of Kay guitars. This vintage 60's Swingmaster is a real gem. It has a great sounding set of "Kleenex box" pickups and the checkerboard binding is always a classy touch. The headstock shape is pretty unique too, kind of in a Supro vein. Full 25.5" scale neck and a big-but-not-too-big sized neck. We had a fight here as to whether this one...
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~1960 HOFNER H173

$795
There's almost no better representation of quirky 60's guitars than this oh-so-cool Hofner Model 173. Yep, the body is indeed wrapped in a textured white vinyl tolex similar to what you find on an amp. Suuuuper cool. The vibrato is very surfy, similar to what you'd find on a Fender Jazzmaster or Jaguar so you can get things very dreamy and spacey. Surfy is also a pretty good description of the...
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