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1984 Fender Squier Bullet

$1,250
A great playing, Japanese built Squier Bullet, this guitar features a smaller, Strat-style body with a comfortable, Tele-style maple neck. The original single-coil pickups delivery classic Fender tone at a fraction of the price of an American made Fender. These Japanese built Squiers feature exceptional build quality and continue to go up in price.
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1996 Rickenbacker 325V59

$6,500
A fantastic reissue of the 1959 Rickenbacker 325, this three pickup model features the famous "toaster top" Style pickups similar to those of the late 50's and 60's, as well a two-tier gold pickguard, "oven" style knobs, and a Bigsby tremolo tailpiece. This instrument has also been signed by Pete Best; the original drummer for the Beatles! It's short scale neck makes for a comfortable playing...
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1959 Fender Vibrolux

$4,995
A great sounding "Tweed" era Fender, this 1x12" combo features a great sounding vibrato and the rich, musical breakup you'd expect from a good tweed amp! The original power transformer is included but a replacement has been installed and the amp features a newer leather handle but is in otherwise original condition and ready for another 60 years of service!
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1988 Dobro Duolian

$2,250
A beautiful Dobro made round-neck resonator, this Duolian model features the etched Hawaiian motif found on 1930's National style O guitars. Its brass body and single cone resonator deliver the distinctive tone behind countless blues, country, and Hawaiian recordings, while the low action and 14 fret neck is comfortable for either fretted playing or slide. A must have for any studio arsenal and a...
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1971 Fender Telecaster

$24,500
An amazing example of a "Custom Color", this 1971 Fender Telecaster features a rare "Firemist Gold" finish! It has early features like a single string tree, '66 pots, and a great playing maple neck, and sounds incredible! Fully original examples in this color don't come up for sale often making this a perfect addition to any collection!
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1977 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,200
Nothing sounds like a Rick bass. Whether it's late-era Beatles, Yes, or Motorhead, the distinctive Growl of the 4001 is behind some truly legendary bass tones. This 1977 example features a "Mapleglo" finish, "Shark fin" inlays, and the original Rickenbacker "Horseshoe" bridge pickup and "high gain" neck pickup. A great playing bass perfect for any studio arsenal!
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1970 Ampeg Dan Armstrong

$5,200
Designed by renowned luthier and guitar innovator Dan Armstrong, this short-lived model was a must have for any rock guitarist in the early 70s! From the Stones, the Faces, Joe Perry, Joe Walsh, and later with punk and hardcore bands, the unmistakable "Lucite" body make these killer stage guitars, while the 24-fret neck, double cutaway body, and incredible sustain give them a great sound. This...
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1969 Gibson SG Special

$4,500
The ultimate "Live at Leeds" era Townshend guitar! A great playing guitar from 1969, this SG special features a comfortable neck with a 1 9/16" nut width, large pickguard, and a screaming pair of "Soapbar" P90 pickups. Lightweight and resonant, this guitar is a total rock n roll machine. This example has a newer set of tuners and was professionally refretted, but is free from any breaks or...
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2007 National Style T-1

$3,200
A fantastic playing tricone, this beautiful 2007 National Style T-1 was acquire from the original owner and is in like new shape. The comfortable 12-fret body and soft "V" shaped neck make this a phenomenal player while the polished brass body and tri-cone design deliver the same great sound as the vintage originals. It includes the original hardshell case.
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1972 Fender Telecaster

$4,995
Telecasters from the early 1970's remain one of the better deals in the electric guitar market. Unlike other models, the Standard Telecaster was not changed to a three-bolt neck, making these earlier ones very similar to the late 60's models at a fraction of the price. This great sounding example from 1972 features a beautiful "See-thru Blonde" finish with three-ply white pickguard, and a...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$21,000
An early '65 Strat with all the desirable, Pre-CBS features! This L-plate series transitional model features a small headstock with transition "Fender" Logo, beautiful three-tone sunburst finish, and the perfect mid-60's medium "C" shaped neck profile. This guitar was professionally refretted ensuring it will remain a great player for years to come, while the original electronics deliver the...
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2006 Rickenbacker 360

$3,200
The traditional Rickenbacker design is given a radical new look with this "Midnight Blue" finish. It features the familliar Semi-hollow maple construction with Rickenbacker's "hi-gain" pickups, as well as "Sharkfin" inlays, two-tiered pickguard, and the original Rickenbacker hardshell case. This instrument was acquired from the original owner and is in like new condition with all of the original...
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1965 Gibson SG Special

$6,500
A beautiful 1965 SG Special, this guitar still features the earlier small pickguard. A transitional nut width of 1 10/16" and a comfortable, '64 style neck profile make for an excellent playing guitar, while the resonant and lightweight mahogany body with a pair of "Soapbar" P90 pickups ensure it sounds as good as it looks. The original "Cherry" finish is unfaded and vibrant and this guitar is...
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2018 Gibson Les Paul

$5,500
The guitars from the Gibson Custom Shop in Nashville recently are some of the finest they've built in years. This example from 2018 is a great example; with a beautifully figured maple top, resonant body, and phenomenal sounding pair of "CustomBucker" humbucking pickups, this is one of the best playing newer Les Pauls you'll find! The guitar has some light player wear but is in overall great...
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1966 Framus 5/150 Star Bass

$1,450
Made famous by Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, the Framus Star bass combines a full hollow body design with a comfortable, short scale/narrow nut neck and a pair of single coil pickups that give these a great tone not unlike a vintage Hofner or even an upright bass. This model from 1966 features a beautiful "red burst" finish and the original pickups and electronics. An excellent tool for any...
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2000 Gibson Les Paul Classic

$2,495
The popular Les Paul Classic is an affordable alternative to the Custom Shop reissues that doesn't sacrifice much in the way of quality. This 2000 model is a perfect example, with a great playing, slim '60s neck profile, Gibson ceramic Humbucking pickups, and a vintage inspired "Sunburst" finish, this guitar is loaded with vintage mojo! This instrument was acquired from the original owner and is...
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1978 Fender Mustang

$2,200
A great playing Mustang in a rare "Mocha" finish! This original example has a great playing maple neck with the original electronics and tremolo arm for a versatile offset guitar! Initially marketed as student guitars, these instruments found favor with legends in the alternative and indie rock scene which continues to drive up the price of vintage original guitars. If you're looking for a clean...
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1966 Fender Duo Sonic II

$3,250
A phenomenal playing Duo Sonic II from a great year for Fender guitars! This 1966 model features a long scale neck with a comfortable, '66 "C" shaped profile, dark rosewood fingerboard, and "transitional" Fender logo. The "Olympic White" finish is beautifully complimented by the original "Tortoiseshell" pickguard, and the guitar includes the original hardshell case. Originally marketed as student...
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1966 Martin GT-70

$3,200
With the evolving taste in popular music in the 1960's favoring the electric guitar, Martin briefly began producing a small run of electric instruments to meet the demand. Though short lived, these guitars were made with the same craftsmanship and attention to detail that has kept their acoustic guitars the industry gold standard. This beautiful 1966 GT-70 is a first year example with a stunning...
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1967 Rickenbacker 360/12

$6,995
No guitar better captures the sound of an era than a '60s Rickenbacker 12 string! This incredible 1967 model features a rare "Jetglo" black finish with "checkerboard" crushed pearl "Shark Fin" inlays, and the famous "Toaster Top" pickups that give these instruments their distinctive chime. The Semi hollow maple body design and the unique "blend" controls that came standard on these guitars, as...
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1974 Gibson SG Standard

$4,995
A rare example of a "Sunburst" SG standard, this clean 1974 model features a beautiful, dark "Tobacco Sunburst" finish, block inlayed rosewood fretboard, as well as a stop tailpiece, chrome "harmonica" style adjustable bridge, and a pair of original Gibson "Darkback" Humbucking pickups. Lightweight and resonant, this guitar is a great player in fully original condition and includes the original...
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1966 Fender Telecaster

$24,500
1966 is one of our favorite years for Telecasters. These transitional era guitars feature a great playing "C" shaped neck with factory large frets, transition "Fender" logos, and some of the best sounding pickups Fender made. This incredibly rare Left Handed model is made even more special with a factory, custom color "Black" finish! This guitar was acquired from the original owner who had it...
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1965 Epiphone Olympic

$1,995
Sharing a body stile with Gibson's Melody Maker line, the Epiphone Olympic was originally intended as a student guitar, but like many instruments from this period have found favor with many professional players and collectors. This one pickup example from 1963 features a comfortable double cutaway body, full scale neck with a comfortable, medium "C" shaped, "Sunburst" finish and a beautiful...
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1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$3,500
A phenomenal playing Les Paul Standard, this example from 1982 features a beautiful "Cherry Sunburst" finish. The original Humbucking pickups, maple top, and resonant, one-piece mahogany body deliver the unmistakable tone that only a Les Paul can. In this shape, it's hard to believe this guitar is 40 years old!
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1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$3,500
A phenomenal playing Les Paul Standard, this example from 1982 features a beautiful "Cherry Sunburst" finish. The original Humbucking pickups, maple top, and resonant, one-piece mahogany body deliver the unmistakable tone that only a Les Paul can. In this shape, it's hard to believe this guitar is 40 years old!
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1965 Fender Jaguar

$6,500
An early 1965 example, this "L Series" Jaguar still retains the desirable "Pre-CBS" features! A great playing "C" Shaped neck with a dark Brazilian board, L Plate serial number, Transition Fender logo, and a beautiful three-tone "Sunburst" finish with a tortoishell pickguard make this one a total winner! It includes the original case, as well as the tremolo arm and bridge cover. Whether you play...
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1982 Gibson ES-335 Dot Reissue

$5,995
An early example of Gibson's reissue of the dot-neck ES-335! This clean and original example features a rare "Blonde" finish with a phenomenal sounding pair of Tim Shaw era humbucking pickups! The '59 profile neck with dot-inlaid rosewood fingerboard make this an incredible player, while the semi-hollow maple body and these highly coveted Shaw pickups deliver the great tones that have made the...
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1983 Fender STRAT

$3,200
After years of CBS introduced changes, Fender debuted "The Strat" model in 1980 which returned to some of the earlier features like a small headstock and non micro-tilt truss rod. It also featured a hotter bridge pickup, gold hardware, one piece neck, and in the case of this example, an "Olympic White" finish with a matching headstock! The beautiful combination of a "Olympic White" finish with a...
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1982 Fender STRAT

$7,200
Introduced as the "top of the line" Stratocaster model, the Fender "Strat" saw a return to earlier, Pre-cbs style appointments like a smaller headstock and no "mico-tilt" truss rod adjustment, as well as new ones like a hotter bridge pickup and rotary tone knob for a huge array of sounds. The walnut body, one piece neck, and gold plated hardware give this a unique look while the hot bridge pickup...
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1960 Gibson ES-330

$5,995
Combining features of two popular ES models, this 1960 ES-330 was routed for a set of Patent Sticker Humbucking pickups. This gives it the unique feature of being a fully hollow, "Thinline" guitar with fullsize humbucking pickups. The great playing 1960 neck profile is fast and comfortable all the way up the dot inlaid fingerboard. This guitar is free from any cracks or repairs and has the...
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