Rock n Roll Vintage Guitars
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2009 Santa Cruz 1964 D14 Reissue Braz Rosewood

$12,900
An amazing guitar to hold in your hands in mint to near mint con. Please contact us for more info. Serious offers welcome.
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1971 Martin D-18

$2,495
After only a few minutes with this beautiful sounding D-18 you just can't put it down! It's as rich and soulful as they come with a very comfy soft-v shaped neck. It responds just as nice to a delicate touch as when you're really laying into it. The spruce/mahogany combo is our favorite on a dreadnought. There are no cracks or breaks to be found and the neck is in good shape, straight and with...
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1983 Martin 150th Anniv. D-28

$2,995
1983 Martin 150th Anniversary Model
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1975 Guild® F212XL

$1,995
When a guitar has "XL" in it's name you know it's a big boy. With a 17" belly, Guild's F212 XL is as Jumbo as they come. The enhanced bottom end you get with a jumbo is great for balancing out the extra treble strings, delivering the best-est most lush sound you can coax out of a twelve stringer. This vintage piece has all the hallmarks of a guitar that is hard to put down with plenty of wear in...
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1968 Vox Astro Bass

$1,895
Vox and the Fab Four are forever linked, so it's no wonder that they also had a violin shaped "Beatle" bass. When you get to it though, the Vox Astro is a whole different beast than Paul's, and one would argue, quite a bit cooler! The pickups are in the same ballpark tone-wise, but with quite a bit more power and punch. Sounds equally good with round-wounds as flatwounds. There's also an on-board...
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1981 Rickenbacker 4001

$2,295
We really ran this old Rickenbacker through its paces and it kept up admirably. We played some tried and true rock riffs, some old smokey sounding soul stuff, and some blistering punk. We ran the gamut of pickup positions. Rolled off some highs and played it fat and mellow. It just kept on pleasing. The frets are in great shape so it was a breeze to set up too so the action is dialed in nice and...
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1973 Guild® Jet Star™

$1,195
1973 Guild Jet Star Bass Black
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1981 Gibson Flying V Bass

$5,495
The cleanest example you will find! It's "new old stock" with original case, paperwork, and the protective plastic is still on the pickguard. There is some yellowing of the finish and there are some marks on the headstock from a hanger but it is otherwise as good as it gets. This beauty would be the centerpiece of any collection. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR TO PURCHASE.
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1978 Fender® Precision Bass®

$2,495
Everything about this vintage P-Bass is Big with a capital "B." Big sound. Big tone. Big neck. And yes, it's 70s Fender so it's pretty weighty too. This color combo looks incredible, the white is still pretty white, not much yellowing, though there was some bleed from the case so there's a red spot on the back and on the edge. Good action too, it's a pleasure to play.
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1978 Fender® Jazz Bass®

$2,495
This is one of those indestructible Fenders that can double as a weapon! It's got some weight to it. Nice natural play wear throughout. Typical 70s/80s upgrades: Duncan/Basslines Quarter Pounder for some extra kick along newer pots and a brass nut. Nice and low action, plays real easy. We'll set it up however you want. Super vibey and full tone. Sustains for dayyyyys.
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~1960 Vox Phantom Stereo XII

$2,995
I think we can all agree that the Vox Phantom is one of the all time greats, and this Stereo XII is just insane. Each pickup has its own on/off slider switch that will also reverse the polarity. That's more options than a lot of guitars have. Take a further look and you'll see that each pickup is split into two separate coils, one for the bass strings (E-A-D) and the treble strings (G-B-E), and...
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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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1968 Rickenbacker 381-330 Prototype

$9,500
1968 Rickenbacker 381-330 Prototype Fireglo
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1971 Rickenbacker 360SF

$4,995
Here�s a guitar that will absolutely make your heart skip a beat. See it in-person and your mind starts to figure out how to scrape the money together to take it home! SF stands for �slanted frets� because, you guessed it, the frets are slanted at an angle on the fretboard! This was an attempt at a more ergonomically friendly and comfortable playing experience, and even if it didn�t take off as a...
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1972 Rickenbacker 330

$2,995
Now this is a nifty little number! This vintage Burgundyglo Rickenbacker 330 is a pure joy to play and loves every amp in our shop. Nice transition era pickups that have all the chime a Rickenbacker lover could want. Couple of repairs on the neck: the laminations had come free over time and have been reglued (the ends are not completely flush) and the fingerboard came free and also needed to be...
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2003 PRS Single Cut

$1,895
This guitar is a great player with a very industial look. The pickups sounds great too. Be the first one on your block with a pewter PRS.
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1996 PRS Custom 22

$1,795
Your search for a Custom 22 starts and ends here! This '96 is in fabulous condition and is a guitar you won't want to put down. The Vintage Sunburst finish is just perfect and soooo tastefull, just like the faded 'Bursts from the late 50's. Nice flame maple top too. We're all big fans of wraparound bridges so it's nice to find one here. Neck has a full feeling profile and the shine has been...
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1982 Guild® M-80

$1,495
Guild's M80 is the "old" meeting the "new." It's a classic carved-top electric solidbody, with the traditional Guild headstock and neck construction, loaded up with their high output humbuckers of the day, 24 frets, with the super low action and fast neck that was required if you were going to compete with all the new competition of the 80s guitar market. This one still plays great with no issues...
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1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$2,695
You don't see this color combination on a 'Paul very often, but boy is she a beauty! The metallic candy apple red finish pairs up great with the gold hardware and nice slab of rosewood on the fingerboard. This was a limited run in the early 80's that also features the quick-crank tuners and fine tune tailpiece. The pickups are Gibson's Bill Lawrence designed HB-L and HB-R pickups, with the bridge...
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1963 Gibson Les Paul Custom - SG Shape

$8,995
After taking the solidbody electric guitar mainstream in the early 50s, the end of the decade saw Gibson moving on to inventing the modern world of guitars with the Flying V and Explorer (even though they disappeared from catalogs just as quickly as they appeared). It was the SG that stuck and changed rock and roll forever. Of course, upon it's debut it was designed by Gibson as an update of...
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1982 Gibson Flying V2

$2,195
Who would have thought Gibson could make the Flying V even flashier than it already was. Here's a super sweet metallic red V2 that plays great. Well balanced at 7.7 lbs and it bring the crunch thanks to the Dirty Fingers pickups.
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1984 Gibson Flying V - Schenker

$1,895
This is one of Gibson's cooler takes on the classic Flying V. It's got the 2-toned white/black finish like Michael Schenker's iconic axe but stripped down to it's bare essentials, making for one badass guitar. This one's been suped up with some EMG pickups and new wiring harness, and it's ready for round 2.
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1980 Gibson ES-335 Artist

$2,995
Gibson's ES-335 Artist is a cool take on the classic 335 form. It features the same traditional semi-hollow construction but has a few tricks up its sleave, mainly the active preamp circuit. If clean's your game, this is your axe. The active circuit means you can get those amazing compressed, clean tones without fighting you amp for the needed headroom. There's a master volume along with the...
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1978 Fender® Telecaster®

$2,295
It's no surprise that after all these years the Tele is still the undisputed king of the electric guitar. There have been subtle to drastic changes to it over the years but there has always been a traditional version like this vintage 1981. It's the classic formula with an all maple neck, ash body, string-through-body 3-saddle ashtray bridge, and 4-bolt neck joint. It's done up in a rare...
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2016 Fender® Stratocaster® - 1961 Reissue Journeyman

$2,795
Fender's Custom Shop is as close as you can get to the magic of the "real" Fender's from when Leo was still walking the halls. This Journeyman Strat is built to '61 specs (but with larger frets) with a nice medium sized neck that feels just about as perfect as a neck carve can get. The finish has been factory aged for that great worn-in look and the neck has a warm tint to it. Like a lot of...
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2011 Fender® Stratocaster® - 1957 Reissue

$1,295
You can't do much better than one of Fender's AVRI Strats. This 1957 Reissue is as good as they get. Excellent shape and comes with the original case and all the "case candy." Nice soft-v shaped neck, thin nitro lacquer finish, vintage tinted neck, single ply pickguard, waterslide headstock decal... yep, it's the spitting image of the real mccoy. 7.3 lbs of awesomeness!
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1976 Fender® Stratocaster®

$2,295
Looking for a super vibey vintage Strat? This vintage white '76 has really got it going on. Tons of natural relic'ing and with a semi-recent refret it plays like a champ. The frets are medium jumbos so it's easy to fret fast and cleanly and you really get up and down this neck fast. Typical medium C sized back contour and sanded down to bare wood for a great feel like an earlier Fender. There's...
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