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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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1957 Gretsch Duo Jet

$8,995
This 1955 Gretsch Duo Jet features the highly desirable "Cadillac Green" finish; one of the coolest and most rare Gretsch custom colors made. The original DeArmond "Dynasonic" single coil pickups and semi-hollow body sound incredible, and with "hump block" inlays like those found on George Harrison's Duo Jet, this is one of the coolest looking Gretsch Guitars we've had. This 1955 Gretsch Duo Jet...
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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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1956 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$22,500
This 1956 Gibson Les Paul Custom is truly fantastic playing guitar. The comfortable '50's "Soft V" neck has been professionally refretted, and the lightweight mahogany body is extremely resonant. With a screaming P90 and a clear, articulate Alnico V in the neck, this is a well balanced guitar that sounds great in any setting. The guitar also features the original "Waffle Back" Kluson tuners,...
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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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2016 Gibson Les Paul True Historic 1959 Reissue Murphy Aged

$7,200
This 2016 Les Paul 1959 True Historic Reissue Sports A Beautiful, Wide Flame Figured Top And Dark Cherry Sunburst Finish, And Was Meticulously Aged By Tom Murphy. The Two Gibson "Custom Bucker" Pickups Are Faithful Recreations Of The Original PAF Humbuckers, And Combined With The Comfortable '59 Neck Profile Make This A Fantastic Playing And Sounding Guitar. Included With The Guitar Are The...
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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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1965 Fender Precision Bass

$10,500
This is an extremely clean "transitional" era, Custom Color Fender P bass. The original "Lake Placid Blue" finish is strong and unfaded, and along with the rosewood board, pearl dot inlays, white pickguard, and "Transition" logo makes this a beautiful instrument. The neck is a comfortable "medium" sized profile, and the single pickup delivers the great tone one would expect from a vintage...
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1956 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$6,500
This is a fantastic 1956 Junior! This clean, all original guitar features the later desirable neck angle and bridge post depth, as well as a comfortable rounded 50's "Soft V" neck profile. Also features a strong "Sunburst" finish, and a killer sounding single P90 pickup. This is one of the best playing single-cut Juniors to come through the store in a while. Weight: 8.1 lbs Nut Width:...
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1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$6,500
This is a lightweight and great playing 1960 Les Paul Jr. with  all '59 specs. This all original example features a large profile neck with a perfect 1959 shape and dark Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. Also features a thin double-cut body with a tortoise shell pickguard, wrap tail piece, and a screaming P90 pickup that make this guitar a raunchy, rock n' roll machine.
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~1965 Harmony H-59 Rocket III

$1,195
The top-of-the-line model Rocket, this mid '60s example features a trio of the sought after "Gold foil" pickups, with a switch allowing any one or all 3 to be used, as well as volume and tone knobs for each pickup. Used by countless Blues and Rock artists, the Harmony Rocket is a fantastic sounding hollow body with a wide variety of tonal options. Weight: 6.8 lbs Nut Width: 1.74" Width at...
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1969 Fender Telecaster Thinline

$7,500
This First-Year "Thinline" Telecaster Features One Of The Most Striking And Beautiful Grain Patterns We've Seen On This Model. With A "Maple Cap" Fingerboard And Comfortable "C" Neck Profile, This Guitar Is A Fantastic Player, And The Semi-Hollow Body And Two Single Coil Pickups Make For A Variety Of Unique Tones. A Hardly Noticeable Crack Along The Tuner Pegs Was Professionally Repaired But This...
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1965 Mosrite Ventures

$3,995
Semi Mosley of Bakersfield, California made some of the most unique and famous guitars of the '60s. Seen everywhere from shows like Town Hall Party to countless country stars, the real breakthrough for Mosrite came with the edorsement from the chart-topping Surf-rock band The Ventures. This early example of the Ventures model from 1965 features the desirable "Vibramute" tailpiece and early...
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1969 Harmony H-54 Rocket II

$895
This late 60's Harmony features two of the sought-after "Gold foil" DeArmond pickups with volume and tone controls for each. The 15 3/4" wide double cut body is fully hollow and the comfortable, unbound rosewood fingerboard and neck make for a great playing guitar. Used by everyone from the Rolling Stones to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, Harmony H-models are a staple of rock and blues guitar.
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$7,500
An incredible sounding late 60's ES-335, this guitar features a rare and beautiful "Sparkling Burgundy" finish, original "Patent Number" Humbucking pickups, "witch hat" knobs, block inlays, and "double ring" Kluson tuners. A professional refret and perfect neck profile make this a great playing guitar. This is a killer, vintage ES-335 with a great look. A total winner!
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1963 Gibson ES-335

$18,500
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One of the cleanest ES guitars we've had, this 1963 is maybe the perfect ES-335. With a factory Bigsby Tremolo, "Custom Made" plaque, two "Patent Number" Humbucking pickups, and the perfect 1963 neck profile, this guitar is an incredible playing and sounding guitar. If you're looking for a clean ES-335 that sounds incredible, this is it!
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Travis Bean TB1000A Artist

$6,500
Here is a prime example of a Travis Bean. This is the artist model which features a Koa body, aluminum neck, two Travis Bean humbuckers, pearl block inlays on a rosewood fingerboard, 3 way toggle and a volume and tone control for each pickup. These have been played by legends like Keith Richards and Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones and Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. These are currently seeing...
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1961 Gibson ES-345

$21,500
One of the coolest ES guitars we've had in a while. This early 1961 ES-345 features the earlier "Watermelon" style transparent finish with a beautiful "burled" grain pattern throughout, possibly the result of using a leftover 1960 body.  This guitar has two gold "PAF" humbucking pickups with original Stereo wiring and Gibson "Varitone" circuit for variety of killer tones. The neck is a...
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2008 Fender Custom Shop '51 Nocaster

$2,595
This 2008 reissue of the 1951 Fender Nocaster features a rare black finish. The lightweight body and large profile maple neck make this a very comfortable guitar to play, and the custom shop single coil pickups sound great! The guitar includes the original Custom Shop paperwork and hardshell case.
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2008 Fender American Vintage '75 Jazz Bass

$1,495
This great playing American Vintage Series Jazz Bass is a faithful recreation of the mid-70's Jazz bass. It features a light-weight, beautiful wood grain body with a natural finish, black "block" inlays on a maple fretboard, black binding, and a "micro-tilt" neck. This bass is in great condition and sounds incredible.
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