Rumble Seat Music
Eliot Michael
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Nashville, TN
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1981 Gibson SG

$2,195
This 1981 Gibson SG packs a punch! The three-piece body sports a classic Walnut finish that highlights the fine mahogany grain beautifully, and the medium "C" shaped neck feels great in combination with the rosewood board and original low-profile frets. The Norlin-era features are apparent, including the larger headstock, neck volute, chrome tuners, small-block inlays, and side-mounted jack. The...
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1977 Fender Stratocaster

$3,895
Originally offered on the Coronado models, the "Antigua" finish was brought to other guitars in the Fender line in the late 70's and remains one of the most unusual Custom Colors! Under the unique fit-and-finish remains an excellent late 70's Strat, with a comfortable medium "C" neck, large headstock, and a great sounding set of single coil pickups. Whatever your opinion may be on the divisive...
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1977 Fender Telecaster

$3,845
This 1977 Fender Telecaster is a player's dream guitar! It has that classic "Blackguard" look with the blonde finish, a perfect playing clean maple neck, and resonant ash body. If you're looking for a fantastic 70's Tele with that vintage tone and feel, this is the perfect one. Includes original hardshell case and original documentation made for the Japanese market.
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1978 Gibson J-50 Deluxe

$1,895
The ultimate Gibson workhorse acoustic, the J-50 has been the flattop of choice for countless songwriters, session players, and performers. This 1978 Deluxe model features a spruce top with mahogany back and sides, providing the balanced tone that lend these so well to all styles of playing. In excellent vintage condition apart from a small crack in the top above the soundhole, and honest play...
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1975 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$4,995
With the increasing demand for vintage Les Pauls, 70's Customs have rapidly become highly sought after by players and collectors alike. This 1975 model features gold hardware, block inlays, stop-tail/Tune-O-Matic tailpiece, and multi bound front and back binding that has yellowed through the years. These instruments are becoming increasingly difficult to find and this is one of the best available...
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1964 Gibson B-25

$3,495
The sound of this B-25 from 1964 is much larger than its small body would have you believe! One of the best sounding examples of this model we've had, this clean 1964 B-25 features the classic Gibson tonewood combination of a solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides for a balanced projection that shines in both fingerstyle and strumming styles of play. Free from any cracks or repairs, this...
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2000 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$3,495
The Les Paul Custom has to be one of the coolest electric guitar designs of all time. The classic combination of an Ebony finish, gold hardware, bound ebony fingerboard, pearl block inlays, and the bound headstock make for one classy looking instrument. Despite their elegance, these guitars are behind some of the raunchiest guitar sounds. From Randy Rhoads to Steve Jones, plenty of legends have...
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~1978 Epiphone Casino

$3,995
This late 1970's Epiphone Casino is yet another example of the quality of Japanese craftsmanship. Constructed at the renowned Matsumoku factory, it features a set neck and the "Made In Japan" stamped blue label visible through the upper f-hole. This one is all original and extremely clean – a rare find and great pick for any player!
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1958 Fender Champ

$3,245
These late 50's Tweed Fender amps are becoming hard to find, especially in this condition. With just a single volume knob, these amps are simplicty at its finest. Despite the size, it packs a punch with its signature warm and focused sound. If you're looking for a great 1958 Fender Tweed Champ, this is the perfect one!
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1968 Fender Princeton

$2,995
Here is a fine example of a great sounding drip edge 1968 Fender Princeton Reverb. These amps are considered one of the best sounding Fender amps ever produced. Used by many studio musicians to get that perfect tone!
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1929 National Style 2 Roundneck Resonator

$6,495
These early National resonator guitars have that incredible tone that you can't reproduce with the newer reissue models. If you're looking for the perfect, ready to play, pre-war National Style 2, it doesn't get any better then this one!
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~1930 Gibson L-00

$7,495
One of the best sounding L-00 model Gibson flat tops we've had in the shop! This Pre-War example is loud and balanced with the perfect amount of projection and clarity for blues and fingerstyle playing. It's small, mahogany body, spruce top, and rosewood fingerboard are the ideal pairing for the classic Gibson acoustic tone, while the 14-fret sized body make this a very comfortable guitar to...
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~1940 Gibson L-48

$2,995
One of the best playing archtops in the shop! This mahogany top 1940's L-48 has a dry, balanced tone that will cut through any blend of instruments. The larger early neck profile plays very comfortably, and the dark Brazilian rosewood board, nickel "Trapeze" tailpiece, "Single-line" Kluson tuners, and beautiful 3-tone sunburst finish ensure this instrument looks as good as it sounds.
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1930 National Triolian

$3,495
These early National Triolian metal body guitars have that incredible tone that you can't reproduce with the newer reissue models. This one has an original white paint job, which we believe is a one-of-a-kind finish. If you're looking for the perfect, ready to play 1930's National Triolian, it doesn't get any better then this one!
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1965 Mosrite Ventures Model

$4,495
Semi Moseley 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 endorsement from the chart-topping Surf-rock band The Ventures. This early example of the Ventures model from 1965 features the "Moseley" tailpiece and early "Mosrite" logo...
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1976 Fender Precision Bass

$3,495
A clean and original P-Bass with a beautiful Sunburst finish! This 1976 model includes features a great playing flame maple neck, rosewood board and resonant ash body for the unmistakable Precision tone. The P-Bass is the standard by which all other electric basses are judged and this is a great work horse for any player!
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2000 Martin D-45

$10,195
This is the flagship of the standard Martin line. It features rosewood back and sides, ivory bound top, back, fingerboard and peghead. It has snowflake inlays at the 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, and 15th frets. This guitar is in excellent condition with the original hardshell case and sounds incredible.
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1990 Martin D-41

$4,755
Though similar in construction to the D-28, the Martin D-41 was introduced as a much more ornate, high-end dreadnaught flat top. With stunning details like a hexagonal inlaid fingerboard, abalone binding, and gold hardware, as well as the vertical "CF Martin" headstock logo, this 1990 D-41 would make a show stopping guitar on stage, and with a solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides, it has...
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1982 Rickenbacker 4001

$3,995
Just in this beautiful Rickenbacker bass. This bass was made famous by many bass players in the 60's and 70's most notable players are Paul McCartney and Chris Squire. It features the cresting wave body and two horseshoe magnetic pickups, four knobs, white pickguard, 33 1/4 scale and a bound rosewood fingerboard. It is a clean example of a rare color Rickenbacker bass.
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2023 Veleno Ankh #5 of 6

$31,999
In the mid 1970's, John Veleno was approached by Todd Rundgren to build for him a custom guitar for his Utopia tour with a body shaped like an ancient Egyptian symbol called an "Ankh" and a triangular headstock. Fast forward to 2002 when John and his five children planned to reintroduce the Veleno brand. John and his son, Chris decided to recreate the iconic Ankh guitar, this time opting for the...
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2010 Gibson Les Paul Sammy Hagar Red Rocker

$3,495
One of only 200 made, the Gibson Les Paul Sammy Hagar Red Rocker is everything you love about a great LP with some added flare from the rock icon. The AA flame maple top is finished in a gorgeous "Cabernet" color, complemented by a cherry-finished chambered mahogany back and neck. For the pickups, Mr. Hagar selected a BurstBucker 3 for the bridge and a '57 Classic for the neck, both with open...
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1997 Gibson Joe Perry Signature Les Paul

$2,995
The first of Joe Perry's signature Gibson models, this unique Les Paul captures the essence of Aerosmith's famed guitarist. It features a mahogany body, flame maple top with "Black Burst" finish, rosewood fingerboard, and complementary black nickel hardware. For electronics, it sports a Classic 57 Humbucker in the neck and a custom designed Joe Perry humbucker in the bridge, along with a...
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1945 Epiphone Triumph

$2,595
One of the coolest archtops we've had in the store, this 1945 Epiphone Triumph has everything you'd want in a jazzbox from this era. The historic tonewood on this one is unbeatable, with a handcarved solid spruce top, maple back and sides, five-piece maple neck, and Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Its loud and clear sound can keep any big band driving forward with comping, while...
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2018 Jens Ritter R8 5 String Bass

$4,995
Jens Ritter is a Germany-based Master Luthier, well known for his guitars that are equal-parts instrument and fine art. His unrivaled craftsmanship and design is evident in this example. Featuring a red cedar body with "Damaged Black" satin finish, maple neck, and stunning palemoon ebon fingerboard, this bass has a beautiful resonance while weighing in at just 7.2lbs. Ritter Master Triplebucker...
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1996 Gibson Les Paul George St. Pierre #9/103

$6,995
Out of a Limited Run of 103 this is #9 of these very cool and Rare Tye Dye Gibson Les Paul's. It is signed by George St. Pierre in the upper bout. One of the coolest/craziest Gibson Les Pauls I have ever seen. It actually sounds and plays great! It is in Like New condition!
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~1980 Guyatone LG-1200 Sharp Five

$1,995
Just in from Japan, this 1980s Guyatone LG-1200 Sharp Five is unlike anything else in the store right now. The striking design is distinctly surf-rock, but its unique shape and construction set it well apart from Mosrite territory. It features a carved alder body and maple set-neck, 3 Jaguar-esque single coil pickups, and a proprietary Guyatone tremolo and roller bridge. The bright blue sparkle...
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1967 Fender Jazz Bass

$9,995
Just in is this great playing and beautiful 1967 Fender Jazz Bass. Comes with all the covers, a bound rosewood fretboard with block inlays and that perfect feeling neck profile. A pair of Franklin pickups are installed currently, but the originals are included in the original Fender case. Another Great Fender Jazz Bass for any player or collector!
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2004 Fender 50th Anniversary Stratocaster #1 Bill Carson

$24,995
One of the most special guitars we've had in the store, this comes to us directly from Bill Carson's personal collection! The 50th anniversary Stratocasters were an extremely limited run produced from January 15th until December 31st 2004. This is the very first one ever built, bearing the serial number 1. These guitars were designed to be exact replicas of the original 1954 Stratocaster...
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1963 Fender Stratocaster

$32,500
Just in is this incredible 1963 Fender Stratocaster that has all the mojo every guitar player is looking for! It features a Brazilian Rosewood fretboard, Clay Dots, Spaghetti Logo and a Green Guard. This has an incredible feeling neck profile and it sounds AMAZING!!!!
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2023 Gibson Les Paul R9 Wildwood Spec Murphy Painted

$10,500
Gibson Custom Shop always delivers with their R9 Les Paul, but this one is a step above their usual reissue. Made by Tom Murphy in collaboration with Wildwood Guitars, these guitars are given obsessively historic treatment, from the Murphy-painted "Tom's Tea" finish to proprietary pickups and period-accurate serial numbers. This is the closest experience to a real '59 burst you can possibly have...
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