Rumble Seat Music
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2013 Fender Telecaster

$3,500
A faithful recreation of the 1952 Telecaster, this 2013 Custom Shop model really captures the look, feel, and sound of the vintage originals! Purchased from the original owner, this guitar still includes the original "Case Candy" still in the original packaging, as well as the Custom Shop hardshell case.
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$6,200
A fantastic playing ES-335, this 1967 model features a perfect, large profile neck! With an original "Trapeze" style tailpiece, Kluson "Double Ring" tuners, and a vibrant "Cherry" finish, these post-65 era ES-335's remain some of the best deals on vintage Gibsons! The original Patent Number Humbucking pickups and semi-hollow maple body deliver the versatile array of tones that have made these...
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2004 Fender Jazzmaster

$6,500
This is an incredibly unique guitar custom ordered for Tommy Shaw of Styx! Built by the Fender Custom Shop, this 60's style Jazzmaster features a beautiful Custom Color "Seafoam Green" finish, as well as a pearloid pickguard, dark rosewood fingerboard, a great playing "C" Shape neck. The guitar includes the original Custom Shop case, as well as a certificate of authenticity stating that it was...
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2010 Gibson Jeff Tweedy SG

$2,500
The signature guitar of Wilco Frontman and guitarist Jeff Tweedy, this guitar features a beautiful "Pelham Blue" finish, Gibson "Burstbucker" pickups, and a "Lyre" vibrola tailpiece. With an early '60s neck profile and lightweight mahogany construction, this guitar is extremely comfortable and resonant, while the cream plastic and custom color finish give it an unmistakable style. Whether you're...
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1967 Gretsch Country Gentleman

$3,400
Best known as the guitar used by George Harrison in the early and mid 60's, the Country Gentleman is one of the most enduring Gretsch Designs. This double-cut 1967 example features a fantastic sounding pair of Filtertron Humbuckers, Gretsch branded Bigsy Tailpiece, and painted "F" holes over a hollow body. A replacement Gibson bridge ensure this guitar is well intonated and ready for many more...
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1982 Roland Chorus Echo SRE-555

$2,100
An incredible rack mounted tape delay, the Roland SRE-555 is an exceptionally versatile piece of equipment on stage or in the studio! Aside from the warmth of the superb Roland tape echo, this unit also offers the distinctive Roland Chorus effect, as well as a spring reverb. Very similar to the RE-501 Chorus echo in a rack mountable casing, this unit is fully functional and sounding great!
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1953 Gretsch Synchromatic 160

$1,450
A fantastic sounding mid-century Gretsch Archtop, this 1953 Synchromatic model 160 features the striking signature "cat's eye" sound holes, as well as a Gretsch Synchromatic trapeze style tailpiece, floating bridge, and tortoiseshell pickguard. With a dry tone and tons of projection, this is the perfect guitar for cutting through any acoustic ensemble. Perfect for jazz, swing, blues, country, and...
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1964 Gibson J-50

$4,500
One of the most recorded flat top guitars in history, The Gibson J-50 is the perfect workhorse any guitar player! The balance and projection make these ideal for recording and equally well suited to fingerpicking and strumming. This clean 1964 example is one of the best we've heard, with plenty of low end and clarity. The perfect '64 neck profile make this a fantastic player as well. It features...
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1955 Gretsch Country Club

$4,995
Just in from a huge collection of Gretsch instruments, this 1955 Gretsch Country Club features a very cool and rare "Blonde" finish! An early example of Gretsch "Humped Block" fingerboard inlays which became common in 56-57, this top-of-the-line model features a pair of incredible Dearmond single coil pickups Grover Imperial tuners, and a "G" brand tailpiece. Blonde finished Gretsches of this era...
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1993 Gibson Les Paul R9

$7,000
This is a killer example of the first year "Historic Collection" Les Paul! Only the 38th one made, this phenomenal guitar features a beautifully figured flame maple top, '59 shape neck and deep neck joint, as well as a pair of 57 Classic pickups, the original case and hang tags! These first year examples are hard to find and this is definitely one of the cleanest available!
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1961 Fender Jazz Bass

$19,500
A killer "Stack Knob" Jazz bass, this phenomenal example was professionally refinished years ago and sports a custom color "Olympic White" finish with a matching headstock! This bass also features a beautiful "tortoiseshell" pickguard, rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays, and the original Fender brown hardshell case. early 60's Jazz basses are some of the most versatile basses available,...
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1961 Fender Jazz Bass

$19,500
Just out of a private collection, this rare "Stack Knob" Jazz bass was expertly refinished in a Custom Color "Sonic Blue" finish. The great playing neck features a dark Rosewood board with clay dot inlays, while the lightweight body is incredibly resonant. This era Jazz bass has become a favorite of many players and continue to increase in value, making this example perfect for anyone looking for...
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1953 Gretsch Model 100 Synchromatic

$1,250
A beautiful example of this Gretsch archtop acoustic model, this 1953 features a script logo headstock and 17" body with f-holes and the signature Gretsch "Synchromatic" tailpiece. Dry and balanced with plenty of projection to be heard over an ensemble, this guitar is perfect for everything from jazz and blues to country or rockabilly. The large profile neck plays wonderfully all the way up the...
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1960 Fender Jazz Bass

$19,500
One of the best sounding and most acoustically resonant Jazz basses we've had in the shop, this 1961 "Stack Knob" Jazz Bass was professionally refinished many years ago in one of the most well done "See-Thru Blonde" finishes we've seen! This bass includes an original "tortoiseshell" pickguard, great playing neck with dark rosewood fingerboard and clay dot inlays, and a lightweight body with years...
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2018 Gibson SG

$15,500
One of the great things about the Gibson Custom Shop is their ability to offer extremely limited or one-of-a-kind guitars built by their expert craftsman. This 2018 SG is one such example, and is a rare opportunity to own a guitar that was not previously made available to the public. As a collaboration with Billy F. Gibbons of ZZ Top and Neiman Marcus stores, Gibson built a limited number of...
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1972 Gibson Les Paul '54 (58)

$6,500
One of the best Gibson models to emerge from the early 70's, Despite being named the Les Paul '58, these guitars much more closely resemble the 1954 Les Paul model. With a pair of "Soap bar" p90 pickups, wraparound tail piece, and Goldtop finish, as well as a smaller headstock and large profile neck with no volute, these guitars mark one of the first attempts to return to the 50's style of Les...
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1962 Gretsch Country Club

$6,500
Just in, this great playing 1962 Gretsch Country Club features our favorite Gretsch finish: Cadillac Green! With a pair of phenomenal sounding Filtertron humbucker pickups and an added vintage Bigsby tremolo tailpiece, this guitar is perfect for anyone chasing "That Great Gretsch Sound" This guitar also includes the original string mute with red felt padded control, Grover Imperial tuners, and an...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$21,000
A very cool, "transition era" Stratocaster! This very early 1965 example still has several features held over from 1964 like a mint green pickguard and "L" plate serial number. The beautiful three-tone Sunburst finish is bright and unfaded while the perfect "medium C" neck profile features a dark rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays and a transitional Fender logo. This guitar also includes...
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2017 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul '59 True Historic Prototype

$14,500
This is a truly unique opportunity to own a rare Gibson Custom Shop Prototype! This instrument was made as a prototype for a series that was never released; a True Historic model with the Billy Gibbons top carve. It features a beautifully figured top with the perfect '59 neck profile and a pair of Gibson "Custom Bucker" humbucking pickups that make it a stellar playing and sounding instrument, as...
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1961 Gibson SG VOS

$3,200
Gibson Custom Shop SGs are some of the best guitars the company makes today, and this 2010 VOS model is a perfect example. Lightweight with a beautiful wood grain and "Cherry" finish, this guitar is as close to the vintage models as it gets. A great playing '61 neck profile make this a very easy guitar to play, and with all the original hang tags, COA, and original case, this guitar is in...
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2018 fender Jimmie Vaughan

$4,250
This beautiful Stratocaster from the Fender Custom Shop was built to the specs of legendary Texas guitar player Jimmie Vaughan! The alder body, rift sawn maple neck and handwound JLV pickups make this the perfect instrument for Jimmie's distinct brand of Texas blues, while the C shape neck, 9.5" radius and jumbo Frets make this a fantastic player, as well. The closet classic aged "Aztec Gold"...
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1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$16,500
After several years of discontinuation, Gibson brought the Les Paul back in its original body shape in 1968 with both Standard and Custom models. These instruments featured many of the 50's style construction methods and appointments like single piece mahogany bodies and necks with no headstock volute, longer neck tenons, and carved maple tops on both models. This early 1969 Custom still has...
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2019 Gibson SG Custom

$7,250
This 2019 Gibson SG Custom is a perfect example of some of the exceptional guitars being built by the Custom Shop here in Nashville. A like-new example, this guitar was aged by the craftsman at Gibson giving it the look and feel of the vintage examples on which it is based. The early 60's SG Customs are some of the most elegant solidvbody electrics, with the ebony fingerboard, split diamond...
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2020 Newman Engraved Series Wings

$6,995
Another exceptional and unique guitar resulting from the combined efforts of Newman guitars and Danny O'brien!  This guitar features a chambered swamp ash body with a carved maple top, mahogany neck and an ebony fingerboard with 24 frets. The body features two "wing" panels, each engraved by Danny O'brien, best known for his iconic work with Tony Zemaitis on guitars used by the Faces, George...
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2019 Fender Stratocaster Journeyman Relic

$4,100
Just in, this 2019 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster was acquired directly at the Winter NAMM show and is in like-new condition! The stunning and unique "Melon Candy" finish and "Journeyman Relic" make this a truly stand out example, while the perfect '59 neck shape make this a fantastic playing guitar as well. With all the case candy and Certificate of Authenticity, as well as the Custom Shop...
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2020 Gibson ES-355

$5,995
The 1959 ES-355 was the top-of-the-line ES model at the time, and this Custom Shop model is a faithful reissue in a beautiful "Black" finish! Similar to the guitar used by Keith Richards, the custom color finish perfectly contrasts the gold hardware and tortoise shell pickguard, while the '59 profile neck, stop tailpiece and ABR-1 bridge insure this guitar plays as good as it looks. This guitar...
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2020 Fender Broadcaster

$4,800
The short lived "Broadcaster" branded guitar form Fender debuted in 1950 but after a cease and desist from the Gretsch company for infringement on their similarly named drum kit the guitars were briefly nameless, resulting in the "no-caster" moniker, before finally settling on the now familiar "Telecaster" name. This Custom Shop guitar is part of a very limited series of instruments to...
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2007 Gibson Les Paul

$4,995
One of the best playing Custom Shop Les Paul's we've had! This 2007 R7 model features the perfect '57 neck shape that has been professionally re-fretted, lightweight mahogany body with an accurately carved maple top, and a dark rosewood fingerboard. The subtle aging done at the Custom Shop make this guitar really is as close as it gets to the real thing. This guitar includes the original COA from...
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1960 Gibson ES-330

$4,500
ES-330 model guitars are some of the most underrated electrics from Gibson's "Golden Era", and this 1960 model is a perfect example. The fully hollow thinline body and single "Dogear" P90 pickup work beautifully together, giving these guitars a range that is equally suited to Jazz, Chicago blues, and all out rock n' roll styles of playing. This guitar has the perfect three-tone Gibson Sunburst...
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1979 Martin EM-18

$800
A short lived model made by Martin in the later part of the 1970's, the EM-18 marks a rare foray into solidbody electric guitar building for the renowned acoustic brand. Built with a maple and rosewood laminate body, mahogany neck, and two hot humbucking pickups, this guitar is surprisingly well suited towards heavier tones than you'd expect from a Martin. This guitar is fully original but has...
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