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1979 Gibson ES-175 CC

$3,500
Made for a short run in the late 70's, these ES-175 CC are virtually identical to a standard ES-175 but with the additional remake of the original rare Charlie Christian pickup. Only made for two years, these models are hardly ever seen for sale. With standard ES-175 features like split-parollelgram inlays, trapeze tail piece with floating bridge, and a single sharp cutaway body, this is...
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1966 Gibson Trini Lopez Standard

$18,500
This is a very Rare example of a Trini Lopez in Custom Color "Black". With standard Trini Lopez features like "Diamond" shaped "F" holes, split diamond inlays, Firebird non-reverse headstock, and "Trini Lopez" badge tail piece, this is one of the coolest looking guitars we've seen lately. With a pair of Patent Number pickups and semi-hollow maple body, this guitar sounds every bit as good as it...
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1972 Gibson Les Paul Recording

$3,200
Les Paul’s personal favorite guitar, the Les Paul Recording, is a truly versatile instrument. Just like the name implies, this was made to be a guitar used in the studio to record with. The two low impedance pickups were designed to run direct into a recording console. Not to be used strictly in the studio, there is a switch to get a high impedance out of the pickups so it can be used live, into...
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Trussart Steelcaster

$3,500
This Trussart Steelcaster is extremely unique and a prime example of his work. This features a relic seafoam green finish, stained gray maple neck, which is a medium rounded profile, engraved roses on the pickguard and headstock, single F hole, and Kluson tuners. This is loaded with Arcane pickups in the classic combination of a single coil bridge and a humbucker in the neck. This guitar is in...
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1945 Epiphone De Luxe

$5,700
This is a beautiful example of a 1945 Epiphone De Luxe. These models are true works of art. These "master built" models highlight all of the skill and craftsmanship of war-time Epiphone builders, and feature some of the most ornate appointments. The stunning back and sides are made from carved curly maple and sport a wide, deep flame. With pearl "Cloud" inlays, "tree of life" headstock inlay, and...
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1965 Gibson ES-330

$4,500
An extremely clean 1965 ES-330, this beautiful "Sunburst" model features a great playing neck with the more desirable 1 11/16"  nut width. This all original guitar includes all nickel hardware, nylon bridge saddles, long pickguard, block inlays, and Gibson "reflector" knobs. The pair of nickel covered dog ear P90s go from mellow jazz tones to screaming rock n' roll, making this one of our...
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1966 Fender Stratocaster

$32,000
This incredible "Custom Color" 1965 Stratocaster was just purchased form the original owner. The rare "Fiesta Red" finish has begun to fade to a beautiful "Salmon Pink" shade, which along with the dark rosewood board, pearl dot inlays, "transition logo" and white pickguard make this one of the most beautiful Stratocasters we've ever seen. An equally great player, the comfortable "C" neck is hard...
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1964 Guild X-350 Stratford

$3,500
Just in from the original owner, this Guild X-350 was purchased new in 1964. It was used as the primary guitar in a Country/Western swing band in Minnesota for decades before finding it's way to Nashville. The trio of original Guild HB-1 Humbucking pickups can be used individually or in any combination of two with the use of the fully functional switching system, and the comfortable, thin "C"...
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1965 Fender Mustang

$2,100
An incredible sounding Mustang, this clean and fully original 1965 example features a dark rosewood board and a beautiful red finish. The pair of switches turn the original single coil pickups on and off, and can also provide the pair in series or parallel, offering a wide variety of sounds. Combined with the great-playing short-scale neck and Fender "Dynamic" tremolo unit, these guitars have...
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1956 Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Prototype

$250,000
This renowned guitar was the seminal instrument that cemented the relationship between The Brooklyn based Gretsch Guitar Company and illustrious Country Music Legend Mr. Chet Atkins, way back in the early to mid-Fifties. Guitar Player Magazine referred to this iconic guitar as “One of the Most Important Electric Guitars of All Time! “This guitar represents a huge piece of musical history, and the...
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1958 Fender Telecaster

$24,500
This 1958 is an incredible example of a "See-thru blonde", white guard Telecaster. The maple neck is a comfortable "V" shape, and the lightweight body is extremely resonant. With a "spaghetti" logo, "ash tray" bridge cover, and original pickups and wiring, this is a fantastic sounding guitar, and it includes the original Tweed case. 1950's Teles are getting harder to find, especially ones that...
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1966 Gibson ES-345

$6,500
This early 1967 ES-345 is a perfect "player's" guitar. The original "patent number" pickups and stereo wiring, along with the original Varitone switch provide a variety of great tones, and the neck is a comfortable, large-profile. The guitar also features all gold hardware, split parallelogram inlays, and a beautiful "Sunburst" finish. The original trapeze tailpiece was replaced by a wrap-around...
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1966 Rickenbacker 345-K

$7,200
This extremely rare Rickenbacker 345-K is very similar to those used by Pete Townshend of the Who. The finish is a darker shade of Fireglo only seen on a few models. Rose Morris music started selling Rickenbackers in 1964. These guitars are easily distinguished by the script "F" holes on the semi hollow maple bodies. This guitar also features three of the desirable "Toaster" pickups, two-tiered...
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1953 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$20,500
This is a great playing, early Les Paul! This 1953 "Gold top" example has been upgraded to the "Mojo Tone" tail piece, which increases the break angle of strings, hugely improving the playability. The guitar also features the original, screaming P90 "Soapbar" pickups, early "No-line" Kluson tuners, mahogany body with a beautifully carved maple top, dark rosewood fingerboard, and a perfect,...
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1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$8,650
A great example of a late 60's Les Paul Custom with early features. Les Paul guitars were discontinued after 1961 and reintroduced in 1968. These late 60's Les Pauls are highly sought after and have become hard to find.  This early '69 Custom was professionally refinished in Nitrocellulose lacquer but is otherwise original. This guitar features a pair of original "Patent Sticker" pickups, a great...
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$5,995
Another addition to our current collection of Les Paul Juniors, is this '59 double cut. This features a very comfortable and full C shape neck, light weight and resonant body, a punchy and meaty P90, and a cherry finish. These late 50's Juniors are very sought after and for good reason. A simple slab body design with a huge sound! This one is a total winner.
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1963 Fender Stratocaster

$16,500
Just in is this extremely great playing Sunburst Stratocaster with all the early features, clay dots, green guard, spaghetti logo, L serial number plate and a beautiful Brazilian rosewood fret board. The neck is a very comfortable, full C shape and the maple has a stunning grain. This has had a professional re-fret and it plays great. This guitar is setup perfect and ready to be played!
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1934 National Triolian

$3,200
This incredible sounding resonator was made to play the blues! The neck has been set for great action, making this guitar suitable for finger style as well as slide playing. This is the last year of the earlier, large body, which joins the neck at the 12th fret, and the worn "Sunburst" finish gives this guitar some serious character.  If you're looking for a fantastic playing instrument with a...
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1974 Gretsch White Falcon

$5,995
A beautiful example of an all original Stereo White Falcon! The stunning gold sparkle binding is fully intact and perfectly compliments the gold hardware, including the original Gretsch branded Bigsby tailpiece. The dark rosewood fingerboard is accented by block inlays, and with an original green pickguard with Falcon design, this guitar is sure to make a statement. The pair of "blacktop"...
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1953 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$21,500
A Killer Example Of An Early Les Paul! This Original 1953 "Gold Top" Features The Perfect Neck Angle, With Low Action, A Great Playing 50'S Profile Neck, A Pair Of Fantastic Sounding P90 Pickups, And A Dark Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard. These Early 50'S Les Pauls Have Become Harder To Find, Especially In This Condition. This Guitar Includes The Original Brown Lifton Case. If You're Looking For...
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1964 Gibson ES-335 TDC

$17,500
1964 ES-335's are some of the best playing and sounding ES guitars, and this example is certainly no exception. This guitar features a great playing '64 neck profile and two patent number humbucker pickups, as well as a deep "Cherry" finish, block inlays, and Maestro tailpiece. To make this guitar even more special, it is only two serial numbers away from the famous 1964 ES-335 used throughout...
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1966 Fender Stratocaster

$25,500
This is a very rare, custom color, 1966 Strat. It is a transitional year and the black is especially rare for '66. It features the larger headstock, transition logo, bigger frets, that are original, and a great playing neck. A great opportunity to own a great playing and collectible Strat!
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$6,700
This All-Original, 1958 Les Paul Junior Double Cut Model Is A Very Early Example. It Features A Rare 4-Digit Serial Number, Comfortable '58 Profile Neck, Lightweight And Resonant Body, Tortoiseshell Pickguard, And A Screaming "Dogear" P90 Pickup, And Includes The Original Alligator Chipboard Case. A Killer Playing And Sounding Jr.
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2006 Martin MC12-4112 Richie Sambora 12 String

$3,750
This Beautiful Martin 12 String Acoustic Is Part Of A Limited 200 Guitar Run. Designed In Collaboration With Bon Jovi Guitarist Richie Sambora, This Guitar Combines Several High-End Appointments From Other Models To Make A Distinct And Ornate 0000 Size 12 String. The Flamed "Italian Alpine Spruce" Top With Tobacco Sunburst Finish Is Bound In Ivoroid And A Features 41-Style Pearl Top Inlay,...
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1964 Fender Stratocaster

$12,500
An Incredible Player's Guitar, This 1964 Stratocaster Was Professionally Refinished In "Sonic Blue" In One Of The Best Body Refin's We've Seen. With An Incredible "C" Shaped Neck, Dark Rosewood Board With Clay Dot Inlays, "L Plate" Serial Number, And A Transition Logo, This Guitar Is A Rare Transitional Model From Late 1964. One Of The Best Playing And Sounding Strat's We've Had Recently....
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$25,000
Another Phenomenal "Custom Color" Stratocaster, This 1965 Example Sports A Beautiful "Lake Placid Blue" Finish. It Features A Comfortable "C" Neck Profile, Pearl Dot Inlays, And "Transition" Logo. With Three Incredible Sounding "Gray Bottom" Pickups And A Great Playing Neck, This Is A Truly Killer "Transition Era" Stratocaster.
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$25,000
Another Incredible "Custom Color" Stratocaster, This Example Features A Beautiful "Candy Apple Red" Finish. This All Original 1965 Strat Features A Highly Figured Rosewood Board, Pearl Dot Inlays, Thin "C" Neck Profile, And A "Transition" Logo. The Original 3-Way Switch And Single Coil "Gray Bottom" Pickups Offer A Variety Of Sounds And Can Really Nail The Strat Tones Of So Many Great Players.
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1964 Epiphone Newport

$1,195
An incredible Kalamazoo-made Epiphone Newport bass, this model is the Epiphone equivalent to the Gibson EB-0. With the same beautiful mahogany body, short-scale neck, and Humbucking pickup as the Gibson model, this bass delivers all the same great low end that made Gibson basses the favorite of so many players. This example had a professional headstock repair but is otherwise all original. A...
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~1975 Greco EGC-700

$995
This is a fantastic Japanese "Lawsuit" era Les Paul Custom-style guitar. The light-weight, double bound mahogany body features a beautiful top carve, and with "set neck" construction, these guitars are renowned for their quality and accuracy to the real thing. With features like a soft "V" Neck profile, small headstock volute, "witch hat" knobs, and gold "Keystone" tuners, this is a faithful...
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1962 National Glenwood 99

$5,500
An extremely rare, top-of-the-line, Valco made National Glenwood 99. Similar to the one used by Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour, the two piece "Res-o-glass" body was designed to resemble a map of the United States. With two single coil pickups, as well as the earliest "acoustic" style pickups beneath the bridge, this is an innovative and great sounding guitar. These very rarely come...
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