Rumble Seat Music
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~1973 Gibson Blueridge

$1,350
A pristine example of this early 70's Gibson acoustic. Made in Kalamazoo, this guitar features a solid spruce top with rosewood back and sides. A great playing Gibson flat top.
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1950 Gibson ES-175

$4,995
Introduced in 1949, The ES-175 has become one of Gibson's most popular hollowbody designs. This beautiful 1950 example sports a rare and desirable "Blonde" finish that perfectly compliments the dark Brazilian rosewood board and "Split parolellogram" inlays. The single "Dog Ear" P90 pickup can go from smooth and mellow to snarling and aggressive, while the great playing neck is a perfect example...
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1981 Gibson Firebird

$3,200
A very lightweight Firebird, this 1981 sports a rare "Cherry" finish and gold hardware. The unbound neck features a perfect large D profile, while the neck-thru body and two "mini humbucker" pickups deliver a distinctive array of tones. This guitar is in fantastic condition and includes the original Gibson warranty paperwork, as well as the original hard case. If you're looking for a great...
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1989 Rickenbacker 330/12

$1,700
Nothing sounds like Rickenbacker 12 string, and this 1989 330/12 is a perfect example of the classic "Chime" that have made these guitars a must for any guitar collection. The large double cut body, great playing neck, two-tiered guard, along with a pair of high output Rickenbacker pickups and "blend" knob make this the perfect guitar for guitar parts inspired by the Byrds, Beatles, Petty, and so...
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1960 Gibson ES-345

$23,500
This guitar comes to us from the personal collection of Joe Bonamassa. As one of the cleanest and lightest weight ES-345's we've had, this guitar is a prime example of why these instruments are referred to as "Burst Killers". With a pair of PAF humbucking pickups, factory stereo wiring and "Varitone" switch, this guitar has no shortage of phenomenal tones, while the comfortable slim profile '60...
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1967 Fender Esquire Custom

$8,995
An exceptional 1967 Esquire Custom, this lightweight example has the perfect playing neck with a dark rosewood board. The earlier "Spaghetti" logo is indicative of just how few Esquire Customs were made in this period, and with a beautiful three-tone sunburst finish, this is truly a beautiful instrument. The body features an undetectable filled route from a humbucker in the neck position...
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1960 Gibson ES-330

$6,500
This incredibly clean "dot-neck" ES-330 is one of the best sounding examples we've had! With a pair of black "dog-ear" P-90 pickups, nickel parts, "reflector" control knobs, and a long pickguard, this has all the early features. A stunning and extremely resonant guitar, this is one of the best ES-330's available for sale!
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1915 Gibson F-4

$5,900
A clean and stunning example of The Gibson F-4 mandolin! This instrument has a beautifully figured flame-maple back and sides, with a "Scroll" headstock, "Flowerpot" headstock inlay, inlaid tuner tips, bound fingerboard and a perfect  "V" neck. With a dry, resonant tone, this mandolin is sure to cut through any ensemble!
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Nash T-52

$1,850
Another great playing "relic" from Bill Nash, this T-52 model has the look and feel of a well loved "Blackguard". With Lollar pickups and a light weight Ash body, this is a fantastic sounding guitar, as well.
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1958 Rickenbacker 450 Combo

$4,995
One of the cleanest Rickenbacker Combo models we've ever seen! This stunning 1958 example sports a rare, and beautiful "Mapleglo" finish, which perfectly compliments the original gold anodized guard. With a pair of Rickenbacker "Toaster" pickups, this has the perfect early Rick sound. A one-owner instrument, this guitar also includes anearly metal logo, original case and bridge cover.
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1958 Gibson ES-125

$2,400
This is without a doubt the cleanest ES-125 we've ever seen! The original double bound thick body features a beautiful sunburst finish, nickel parts, '50s Gibson gold knobs, and a phenomenal sounding  "Dog Ear" P90 pickup. Perfect for everything from mellow jazz to raunchy blues and rock n' roll, if you're looking for a clean ES-125, it doesn't get any better than this!
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1962 Fender Precision Bass

$8,750
This is one of the best playing early 60's P-basses we've had! The body was refinished many years ago in a killer "Sonic Blue", and has faded to it's current shade. This bass features an original Tortoise shell guard, clay-dot inlays, and "Spaghetti" logo. The lightweight body is extremely resonant, and the perfect medium "C" neck shape plays great. This bass includes the original Brown Fender...
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1979 Fender Precision Bass

$1,850
An incredible sounding Precision bass, this 1979 model features an original "Mocha" brown finish with a lovely Patina from years of live use. It's easy to see why someone would love to play this instrument; the maple neck is extremely comfortable, and the body is exceptionally resonant, delivering all the classic tones one would expect from a P-bass. This instrument includes an original Fender...
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1979 Fender Precision Bass

$1,850
This lightweight 1979 Precision bass features an original Custom Color "Olympic White" finish, black pickguard, and an added "badass II" bridge. The rosewood fingerboard and comfortable neck make this one a fantastic player, as well.
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1967 Fender "Smuggler's Telecaster"

$11,500
This is an incredibly rare "Smuggler's" Telecaster from 1967. This short-lived idea started as an effort in weight relief, and is a predecessor to later semi-hollow "Thinline" Telecasters. Three large cavities were routed in the ash body under the pickguard.  This guitar has a great playing neck with a rosewood fingerboard, "See-thru Blonde" finish, and 3 ply white pickguard, and the original...
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1959 Fender Precision Bass

$9,200
1959 is definitely one of the best years for Precision basses, and this maple neck "anodized" guard example is no exception. The instrument has some water damage to the finish, making this a "player's grade" example of this coveted bass. With an extremely resonant body, comfortable, slimmer profile maple neck, and original gold anodized guard, this bass nails the classic P-bass tone used by Duck...
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2013 Gibson Memphis 1959 ES-335 "Dot Neck"

$3,000
The guitars made at Gibson's Memphis plant are some of the beset ES models of recent years, and this 2013 example is no exception. With a great playing '59 profile neck, lightweight and resonant body, and a pair of humbucking pickups, this guitar delivers all of the tones that have made the ES-335 one of the most versatile guitars in the Gibson line up. This guitar was sent to Gibson's Nashville...
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2012 McPherson 4.5 XP

$8,500
Used by countless Nashville songwriters and performers, Mcpherson have carved out a reputation for building excellent acoustic instruments with quality tone woods and a distinctive sound. This like-new 4.5xp is no exception, and with a fast playing slim neck profile this guitar is a delight to play. This guitar includes the original hardshell case.
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1943 Gibson LG-2

$3,250
This is an incredible playing and sounding "Banner Logo" LG-2! With a comfortable, large profile neck, loud mahogany body, and infamous Gibson "banner logo", this guitar has all the features that make the LG-2 one of the most versatile small body flat tops. The guitar has a nearly invisible repair on the bottom bout bout is in otherwise great condition.
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1964 Fender Jazz Bass

$16,500
This is one of the cleanest Pre-CBS Jazz Basses we've seen in a while! This 1964 example features a beautiful three tone Sunburst finish, dark rosewood fingerboard with "Clay dot" inlays and a beautiful "birdseye" maple neck. All the chrome covers are present and in beautiful shape, and the pickups delivery the distinctive growl that make a Jazz bass a must-have for any bass player! If you're...
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Fender Precision bass

$1,800
This incredible playing and sounding P bass started life as a Utopia Custom Shop instrument made for Rumble Seat Music. The previous owner installed a Fender neck plate and headstock logo. With a great playing maple neck, resonant body, and perfect "Sonic Blue" finish, this is a great example of the classic Precision Bass sound heard on countless recordings.
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1951 Epiphone Zephyr Regent Deluxe

$3,500
The top-of-the-line Epiphone archtop model! This beautiful 1951 Zephyr Regent Deluxe sports a 17" single cutaway body with a stunning flamed maple back and sides, as well as Epiphone's "Frequensator" trapeze tail piece and a pair of New Yorker pickups that can be warm and hollow or aggressive and raunchy. This guitar is as well suited to early rock n' roll and jump blues as to traditional Jazz,...
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2009 Gibson Dove

$2,800
A beautiful example of this classic Gibson dreadnaught design, this 2009 Bozeman, Montana built Gibson dove features a flamed maple back and sides with a spruce top and distinctive Dove pickguard. This guitar is in like-new condition and includes a Gibson hardshell case. These make some of the best recording acoustic guitars and with an L.R. Baggs pickup this guitar also sounds great plugged in.
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~1950 Ray Butts Echo Sonic

$19,500
An extremely rare piece of music history! With fewer than 70 amps made, the Echosonoic has become one of the most famous and sought after amplifiers thanks in part to its early use by Rock n' Roll pioneers like Scotty Moore on the genre defining Elvis Presley Sun Recordings. With a fully functioning foot switchable tape echo unit built into the amp, this design was years ahead of it's time, and...
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1999 Gretsch Brian Setzer Hot Rod

$2,000
The signature guitar for legendary Rock-a-billy and Swing guitarist Brian Setzer! This early example from 1999 features a striking "Purple" finish, Bigsby Tremolo, and "Filtertron" style humbucking pickups. A great playing guitar with all of the flash expected from one of the most exciting guitar players around!
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1965 Gibson J-50

$2,995
The perfect 60's Gibson Flattop guitar! This early 1965 example features the wider 1 11/16" nut, a great playing neck with tons of fret life, and an extremely resonant mahogany body with a spruce top. Very loud and balanced, this guitar lends itself to both aggressive strumming and delicate finger picking, and in front of a microphone it would be hard to beat this guitar in a studio setting.
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Nash S-63

$2,200
Another killer relic from Nash Guitars, this S-63 model features 3 complete pickup and pickguard wiring assemblies. With the ability to switch between Lollar "Filtertron" style, Single coil, or "HSH" configurations, this is a truly versatile instrument. This guitar also features a great playing neck, dark rosewood fingerboard, and original Nash hardshell case
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1966 Fender Precision Bass

$8,500
This bass was purchased from the second owner who bought it in 1969! He referred to this bass as "Big Red" and used it is as his main instrument for decades, and it's easy to see why! A lightweight and resonant body with a rare "Custom Color" Candy Apple Red finish, this bass sounds as good as it looks. With a "transition" Fender logo, dark Rosewood board, and original case, this is a total...
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1973 Guild Starfire II

$1,650
An incredibly clean example of Westerly, RI made Guild Starfire II. This 1973 model features a pair of Guild HB-1 Humbucking pickups, semi-hollow mahogany body with a single "Florentine" cutaway, and a great playing bound neck with a dark rosewood fingerboard. These guitars were go-tos for player's as varied as Buddy Guy, Dave Davies, and Jerry Garcia to name a few.
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1962 Fender Precision bass

$9,200
Just in is this incredible, one-owner 1962 Fender Precision Bass! This instrument was purchased from the original owner, and includes photos of her with the bass. With a beautiful 3-tone sunburst finish, tortoiseshell pickguard, rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays, and "Spaghetti" logo, this is a prime example of the coveted early '60's P-basses that have been the instrument of choice for...
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