Rumble Seat Music
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1940 Gibson L-4

$4,995
This might be the cleanest and most exceptional example of a Blonde L-4 we've ever had. The maple on this stunning guitar are some of the most highly flamed, figured back and sides we've seen, while the spruce top gives this guitar the dry, balanced projection that help this guitar cut through any ensemble. A replacement pickguard is the only modification to this otherwise original archtop, and...
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1954 Fender Esquire

$29,500
This guitar has been part of our personal collection for a few years and we're thrilled to make this one available! Blackguard Esquires are some of our favorite electric guitars and this killer guitar from 1954 is the perfect example! With a lightweight ash body, the perfect '54 profile maple neck, and original single Esquire pickup, this guitar absolutely screams! This guitar once had a Les Paul...
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1957 Hofner 500/1

$8,500
This early Hofner 500/1 model bass is unlike anything we've ever seen! A factory original black finish, early vertical "Hofner" Logo and "narrow" spaced pickups with the earlier round control plate found on the first examples make this not just a rare color but a transitional bass. Though this is an earlier model this bass has the distinctive and instantly recognizable Hofner sound made famous by...
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1964 Gretsch 6120

$3,995
Just out of a Gretsch collection, this 1964 6120 is one of the cleanest Gretsch guitars we've ever had! The original "Western Orange" finish is vibrant and unfaded, while the binding is fully intact. Similar to the one used by John Lennon in 1966, the pair of "Filtertron" Humbucking pickup deliver a wide array of great tones perfect for everything from country and rockabilly to raunchy rock n'...
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1958 Gibson TV Special

$11,500
This is an extremely clean example of a TV Yellow Les Paul Special. As a 1958 model, this is one of the last single cut versions made. The perfect '58 neck profile, lightweight mahogany body, and pair of original "Soap Bar" P90 pickups make this an exceptionally good sounding guitar, while the original TV Yellow finish is in great shape and similar to the earlier "Wheat" shade. TV Yellow guitars...
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1963 Fender Stratocaster

$21,500
One of the best playing Strats to come through our shop! This early 1963 model features the perfect medium "C" shaped neck with a dark Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, clay dot inlays, and "Spaghetti" Fender logo. With a mint green pickguard and three tone sunburst finish, this guitar is a perfect example of the early 60's Strats that found favor with so many legendary players. Fully original and...
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1959 Rickenbacker 365 Capri

$7,500
A very cool and rare early Rickenbacker 365 Capri! This semi-hollow, double-bound maple body is the earlier thicker version, which along with a pair of "Toaster top" pickups make for an incredible sounding guitar perfect for fans of early Townshend or Beatles guitar sounds. The crushed pearl "Shark fin" inlays, two tiered anodized guard, and "Stove" knobs represent the ultimate in Rickenbacker...
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1959 Gretsch 6121

$8,995
Just out of a private Gretsch collection, this is a very rare Gretsch 6121! These rarely show up for sale, and with a pair of phenomenal sounding "Filtertron" humbucking pickups, this is definitely a perfect example of "That Great Gretsch Sound"! The '59 neck profile plays perfectly and the original Bigsby tremolo tailpiece make this an extremely versatile instrument. Similar to round up models,...
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1969 Fender Telecaster

$5,500
Here is a Phenomenal playing light weight, clean example see-thru blonde Telecaster with the original Fender Bigsby tailpiece that you don't see to often. It features a great playing Maple neck 2-great sounding single coil pickups, single string tree and the original Fender Black hard shell case. The perfect later 60's Fender Telecaster!
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1968 Gibson Melody Maker

$3,400
Just in from a collection of Custom Color Gibson electrics comes one of the coolest Melody Maker guitars we've seen! This original 1968 Example features a very cool, rare "Sparkling Burgundy" finish. The original white pickguard includes a Gibson logo printed on top, a feature only found on guitars in 1968. This great playing instrument is lightweight, easy to play, and perfect for any collection!
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1966 Fender Jazz Bass

$24,500
This extremely rare, transition-era Custom Color Jazz bass in "Fiesta Red" came to us from the original owner in Italy! This is one of the cleanest examples we've seen of "Fiesta Red" with a matching headstock; the original brilliant finish is strong and unfaded. These instruments are becoming hard to find, especially in this extremely clean condition. This bass includes the original Fender case,...
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1966 Martin GT-75

$2,995
An extremely hard to find Martin thinline electric, this 1966 GT-75 features a rare "black" finish! Only made for a couple of years, these "double cut" body versions hardly come up for sale, especially in this finish. With two killer Dearmond designed pickups, a Bigsby vibrato tail piece, and and distinctive body design, these guitars have a great sound and a unique appearance that is sure to...
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1997 G&L ASAT Special

$1,250
Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Red Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition!
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1996 G&L ASAT Special

$1,250
Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Green Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition! EXC w/OHSC
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1995 G&L ASAT Special

$1,250
Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Black Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition!
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1965 Epiphone Olympic D

$1,250
A gorgeous example of the two pickup Olympic. With the distinctive 6-0n-a-side "batwing" headstock and a thin, resnonant mahogany body with asymmetrical cutaways, this guitar is extremely comfortable to play, while the twin single coil Melody Maker pickups and independent tone and volume controls allow for a wide variety of great tones. This guitar also features an original Maestro tremolo...
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1973 Fender Precision Bass

$2,000
Few instruments are as versatile as a Fender Precision Bass, and this 1973 example is certainly no exception. Not as heavy as many 70's models, this bass is extremely resonant acoustically, and when plugged in the original pickup delivers all the great sounds that make a P-bass a must for any serous bass arsenal. This example also features an original Custom Color "Black over Sunburst" finish and...
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1966 Fender Stratocaster

$22,500
This is easily one of the best sounding "Custom Color" Stratocasters in the shop! The perfect medium "C" shaped neck features a rare, dark Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with pearl-dot inlays and a transition-era "Fender" logo. Custom Color Stratocasters have become harder to find, and it is very rare to have a mid-60's example with a Brazilian board. The original electronics and pickups are...
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1964 Gibson Firebird VII

$9,500
This is definitely the coolest "player grade" Firebirds we've ever seen! This 1964 Firebird VII features all of the top-of-the-line appointments that make the VII the rarest and most collectible of the Firebird series; a beautiful Ebony fingerboard with block inlays, three "mini-humbucker" pickups, "Lyre" vibrato tailpiece, reverse banjo-style tuners, and the perfect '64 neck profile. This guitar...
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1963 Wandre BB Brigitte Bardot

$4,500
Named after famed movie starlett Brigitte Bardot, this early 60's Wandre has all the seductive curves you'd expect for a guitar drawing inspiration from Bardot! This unique Italian-made instrument is as much a work of art as a guitar, and with features like an aluminum neck, these were truly ahead of their time! These have become increasingly hard to find in the US, and this fully original...
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1969 Fender Telecaster

$7,500
This is a fantastic sounding "maple cap" Telecaster! The original frets have plenty of life left in them, and the slim "C" shape neck plays great all the way up. The guitar features a beautiful "blonde" finish, "F" branded tuners, three-ply pickguard, and the original electronics which deliver all the great tones that have made maple cap tele's the go-to instrument of so many great players. This...
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2008 Gretsch 6120 CGP

$2,500
Part of a limited run of 75 instruments, the "Certified Guitar Player" model can be run in mono or with the unique "Stereo" wiring featuring, which sends the bass and treble strings to separate amplifiers. This guitar honors the legacy of the genre-defining playing of Chet Atkins, and with a G branded maple body, block inlays, and Bigsby tremolo, this is both a stunning work of craftsmanship and...
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~1959 Harmony H-1250 Roy Smeck Jubilee

$895
This is a very cool flat top acoustic from the mid 1950s. Like several harmony models from this time, this guitar sports the name of the legendary "Wizard of the Strings": Roy Smeck. The black finish and white pickguard of this guitar definitely help it to stand out, but the most unusual feature is the curved aluminum double binding! Everything about this guitar reminds us of the 50s, and with a...
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2002 Gibson L4 CES

$3,495
With a solid carved spruce top and flamed maple back and sides, this 2002 Cusom Shop L4 lives up to it's vintage predecessors, while the immaculate gold hardware and deep "Wine Red" finish ad a unique element to an already gorgeous instrument. This guitar has a great playing '60 profile neck with an ebony board and a fantastic sounding pair of 57 Classic humbucking pickups. A masterfully built...
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2006 Gibson ES-355

$3,500
The guitars built in the Memphis Custom Shop are some of the best instruments Gibson has made in years, and this 2006 ES-355 is a perfect example! A beautiful "Ebony" finish and gold hardware, along with a '59 style "Long" pickguard, and an usual Trio of humbucking pickups make this one of the most beautiful ES guitars available, while the great playing "C" neck and ebony fingerboard make this...
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1967 Fender Custom Telecaster

$15,500
Custom Teles are some of our favorite guitars, and this exquisite 1967 model is a perfect example! It features a beautiful double-bound, three-tone sunburst body, along with a dark rosewood board and a highly flamed maple neck, transitional Fender logo, and the original hardshell case. The perfect medium "C" neck profile make this a fantastic playing guitar, while the original electronics are...
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1978 Fender Telecaster Custom

$3,500
Some of the ultimate rock 'n roll Telecasters! This 1978 Custom features a gorgeous ash body with a distinctive grain pattern, highlighted by the beautiful Sunburst finish. Wit a rare rosewood fingerboard and great playing "C" shape neck, this guitar is a very comfortable instrument to play, while the original tele bridge pickup and Seth Lover designed Fender "Wide Range" humbucker in the neck...
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2006 Gibson ES-355 Mono

$3,500
One of the coolest looking ES guitars we've seen from the Memphis Custom Shop, this killer mono 355 features a beautiful "Black" finish with nickel hardware! Reminiscent of guitars used by Keith Richards, Roy Orbison, or B.B. King, this guitar also has a factory Bigsby tailpiece, '59 style long pickguard, ebony fingerboard, and a great playing medium "C" neck profile. ES guitars are extremely...
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1962 Gibson Melody Maker D

$1,750
This beautiful double-cut Melody Maker features a vibrant "Sunburst" finish, a fast, great playing neck, "reflector" knobs, Maestro tremolo tailpiece, and a pair of versatile single coil pickups. Though designed as student instruments, Melody Makers have been used by icons like Joan Jett and Pat Travers and are a great way to have a vintage Gibson electric at a player-friendly price! This guitar...
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2009 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$2,795
This is certainly a guitar you don't see often! This 2009 Custom Shop Les Paul '57 Custom features a rare and very cool "faded cherry" finish that highlights the gorgeous bound mahogany body. Combined with black plastic and the ebony fingerboard, this guitar certainly makes a statement, while the great playing neck and Gibson '57 Classic humbucking pickups ensure this guitar sounds as great as it...
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