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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$5,500
This is the ultimate player-grade Strat from the transition era! A body refin and a replaced guard and electronics make this ideal for anyone looking for a mid-60's Fender that can stand up to the rigors of touring, while the perfect '65 "C" shaped neck, dark rosewood fingerboard, and transition Fender logo give it all the same great features of guitars twice the price. This is one of our...
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1957 Fender Stratocaster

$45,000
The ultimate '50s era Stratocaster, this 1957 has all the classic features that make this one of the best years for strats! The perfect, soft "V" shaped maple neck compliments a beautiful body with two-tone sunburst finish that is both lightweight and extremely resonant. This is one of the cleanest 50's Strats we've seen in years and plays and sounds every bit as good as it looks! With a "knuckle...
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1961 Gibson Country & Western SJN

$6,500
It's hard to beat the sound of a flat top from Gibson's golden era, and this 1961 Country & Western is a perfect example. With a beautiful mahogany back and sides, solid spruce top, and the earlier rounded shoulder body design, this guitar has the perfect combination of tonewoods for the distinctive Gibson tone that have made these the preferred guitars of so many players and songwriters over the...
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1981 Gibson ES-355

$6,000
An exceptionally clean ES-355, this guitar was the last 355 produced for several years as this model was replaced by the BB King Lucille model. A custom ordered guitar, this beautiful, semi-hollow body instrument was built for Tony Mottola who at the time played with Frank Sinatra. It features a vibrant "Wine Red" finish with gold hardware, ebony fingerboard, block inlays, and the Gibson...
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1937 Gibson LG-5

$16,500
This 1937 Gibson L-5 is an incredible instrument and a true piece of guitar history! This guitar started out as a custom ordered instrument by a Canadian guitar player living in England named George Panton and has a factory inscribed personalized tailpiece. The instrument features the small "made in USA" stamp given to instruments destined for the export market. Panton was a regular player in the...
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1972 Fender Precision Bass

$2,995
The original fretted electric bass, the Fender Precision is one of the most versatile instruments available and can be heard on countless recordings across all genres of music. This lightweight 1972 model is a roadworthy work horse instrument that came to us through a prominent Nashville-based musician. It has spent countless hours on stages and in studios around the world but remains in original...
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1978 Gibson RD Artist Bass

$3,200
Launched in 1977, the RD line of guitars and basses were Gibson's answer to a growing demand for more versatility to compete with modern builders of the era. This early example from 1978 features the less common Sunburst finish and ebony fingerboard, as well as the original Moog designed electronics that give these their distinct sound. With the Firebird inspired, offset design and maple body,...
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2012 Gibson Custon Shop Les Paul (SG) VOS

$3,200
A fantastic playing '61 SG reissue from the Custom Shop, this 2012 model was purchased by a Gibson employee and kept in fantastic shape. With a fast '61 spec neck profile, lightweight mahogany body, and Gibson's VOS finish, this is a great recreation of the original! The Maestro "Vibrola" tailpiece and nickel hardware, as well as the vibrant "cherry" finish make this a great looking guitar that...
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1966 Fender Jaguar

$7,500
One of the coolest '66 Jaguar's we've seen, this Custom Color example in beautiful "Candy Apple Red" has a unique fade, almost reminiscent of Gibson's "Sparkling Burgundy Metallic". This the perfect '66 large "C" profile bound neck with block inlays, as well as a matching "Candy Apple Red" headstock, white three-ply pickguard and the original Fender hardshell case. As players and collector's...
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2011 Gibson Firebird III Non-Reverse

$2,500
A fantastic recreation of a mid-60's Non Reverse Firebird! This 3 pickup example from 2011 features a trio of screaming "Soap Bar" p90 pickups, stop tailpiece with ABR-1 bridge for better intonation, and a great playing 60's neck profile. The mahogany non-reverse shape body is lightweight and resonant and comfortable to play both seated and standing. This guitar has been kept in fantastic...
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1958 Gibson LG-0

$1,650
A fantastic, first-year example of this mahogany bodied LG-0 flattop! Originally intended as a student guitar, these have found favor with many players over the years for their comfortable size and rich, distinctively Gibson flavored tone. The small body with 24 3/4" scale length make this a very comfortable instrument, while the mahogany top, back, and sides with rosewood fingerboard make for a...
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$450,000
This is a stunning example of one of the most coveted electric guitars in history; the 1959 Gibson Les Paul "Burst"! With an intricately figured flame-maple top, original "PAF" humbucking pickups, and the distinctive '59 neck carve, this guitar embodies all the features that have made these the "holy grail" to both players and collectors. This instrument has been well documented, including a...
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1974 Fender Jazz Bass

$4,995
Just in, This phenomenal playing 1973 Jazz bass in original "Black" finish comes from a local touring musician and has spent countless hours on stages around the world. It features a great playing maple neck with block inlays similar to the model preferred by Geddy Lee of Rush. Unlike many Fender basses of this era this instrument is not overly heavy. Aside from two replaced pots this is an all...
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2020 Newman 5 String

$2,500
When it comes to the 5-string open G Guitar tuning, the true godfather is Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. It was Keith's 70's guitar tech Ted Newman who built some of the first electric 5 string guitars for Keith and his legacy continues through the Newman guitar company that bears his name. This 5 string model features a walnut body with a mahogany neck and ebony fretboard. The trussrod...
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1955 Fender Tremolux

$4,250
An incredible sounding tweed Tremolux! This small-box 5E9 variation of the Tremolux features the distinct tone of a small tweed amp with a lush tremolo circuit. This is perfect for any recording situation and even smaller club gigs. This amp has been professionally serviced and maintained and is in overall great shape.
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1967 Gibson ES-330

$4,500
A fantastic playing example of a late 60's ES-330, this 1967 features a beautiful Sunburst finish with chrome hardware, nylon saddles and "Witch Hat" style knobs. The fully hollow construction along with a pair of phenomenal "Dog Ear" p90 pickups make these guitars ideal for everything from Slim Harpo style blues playing to mid-60's British Invasion inspired tones and much more! The neck has...
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1964 Fender Vibroverb

$120,000
In the world of electric guitar there are few player's as renowned as the incomparable Stevie Ray Vaughan. His incendiary playing and unmistakable tone have inspired nearly everyone who's picked up the instrument since. His tragic and untimely death left a huge hole and an air of mystery around the man, his style, and his gear. To own an amplifier that helped create one of the most distinct...
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1956 Fender Precision Bass

$14,500
These instruments don't show up for sale often! An early example of a "Contoured Body" Precision bass, this beautiful example from 1956 features a stunning two-tone Sunburst finish over an ash body with the perfect "V" shaped maple neck and "Telecaster" style headstock. The single pickup delivers a surprisingly versatile array of great tones; this is very similar to the instruments favored by...
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1977 Fender Telecaster Thinline

$6,500
This stunning 1977 Thinline model Telecaster features original artwork by renowned guitar painter Wayne Jarrett. Jarrett's work can be seen on guitars used by Prince, as well as countless other country, rock, and pop musicians of the era. This Southwestern inspired motif was originally created for the guitarist of a North Carolina band called the Sundowners. This guitar features the original...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$60,000
We've had some amazing "Custom Color" Stratocasters over the years, but few stand out quite like this! This is a 1965 Strat in incredibly rare "Ice Blue Metallic", which over the years has transitioned into a beautiful and unique green color. Rumble Seat Music sold this instrument to a private collector years ago and we are thrilled to once again offer this exceptional Stratocaster for sale. It...
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~1970 Maestro USS-1 Universal Synthesizer System

$2,000
An early and innovative example of a guitar synth system, this unit was designed by Tom Oberheim for Maestro. With a multitude of effects like a subharmonic octave, envelope filter, phaser, and wave form controls, this unit can create some otherworldly sounds like those heard on classic funk and soul records. This unit is in full working condition and all of the foot controllable effects sound...
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2012 Gibson Custom Marshall 50th Anniversary Les Paul

$12,500
Part of a very limited run of 50 guitars, this Les Paul was built as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the legendary Marshall amplification company. Hand aged by Tom Murphy, these guitars feature the same specs as the 1957 reissue R7 models with a special "Marshall" logo 12th fret inlay. This instrument is number 50 0f 50, making it the last one of the series. This guitar was sold to a...
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2020 Newman Engraved Series

$7,995
Founded by Ted Newman Jones, the legendary long-time guitar tech for Keith Richards, Newman guitars continue their legacy of innovation in guitar design. They have partnered with renowned engraving artist Danny O'brien, who's work can be seen on the Zemaitis instruments of the 60's and 70's used by so many legendary musicians. Each guitar features a completely original engraved metal top by...
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1949 Gibson J-45

$7,995
Just in from the family of the original owner, this incredible sounding 1949 J-45 is a perfect example of the Gibson flat top sound! With a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a mahogany neck with a dark rosewood fingerboard, this guitar has the perfect balance of loud, dry projection with plenty of bottom end and a beautiful clarity that make these the perfect guitars for strumming or...
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2020 Newman Wings Exotic Woods Model

$6,995
Another unique guitar built by Newman and featuring the artwork of legendary engraver Danny O'brien. This exotic wood model features a Carved Ribbon Bubinga Top, Mahogany middle and Zebrawood back on this chambered body with deep contour back, figured  Maple neck, Wenge fretboard with light cream Wenge accent strip with darker wenge outer neck and headstock binding. With a set of Sentell...
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1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$230,000
1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard 16 % off
A true "holy grail" instrument, we are prod to offer for sale this incredible 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Burst"! The Sunburst Les Paul Standard from this time period has attained near mythic status, desired by player's and collectors alike for its unparalleled tone and sustain; a key ingredient behind some of the best recorded guitar sounds in history. We're lucky enough to see many of these...
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Hofner Galaxie 176

$1,200
Hofner Galaxie 176 17 % off
A late 60's example of what was at the time Hofner's Top-of-the-line electric guitar, this solidbod guitar shows clear influence from the Fender Stratocaster. A trio of humbucking pickups and selector switches allow for a huge array of sounds while the ergonomic double cut body makes it comfortable to play. This instrument also features a tremolo tailpiece and 6-on-a-side headstock tuners. These...
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1968 Gibson EB-2D

$3,200
Known for their great playing necks and tonal versatility, the EB-2 was the of choice for countless bass players in the 60s, and seemed to find favor with English rock bands like the Yardbirds! This "D" model features two pickups, as well as the "baritone" switch for an even heavier bottom "Growl" ensuring this instrument covers a lot of ground. This instrument also includes the original chrome...
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1966 Fender Bass V

$7,500
Here is an instrument you won't see showing up for sale often: A very rare "Custom Color" Fender Bass V in original "Candy Apple Red" Finish! This short-lived Fender model was another huge innovation in instrument design. Unlike later 5 string basses which include a low B string, the bass V utilizes a high C note, giving these a truly unique sound and character unlike any other bass available....
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1969 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$8,750
1969 Gibson Les Paul Standard $750 off
An incredible guitar, this early 1969 Les Paul Standard is an example of one of the last Les Pauls with the pre-Norlin construction methods. It features a single piece mahogany body with a maple cap, single piece mahogany neck with a fantastic "D" profile similar to a '59 shape, and a pair of stellar sounding "Soap Bar" P90 pickups. This guitar was refinished many years ago in a transparent Black...
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