Thunder Road Guitars PDX
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~2000 Regal RC-2

$499
Ever wanted that classic raspy tinny blues tone? Here it is! For your consideration a Regal RC-2 metal body Resonator! Resonators were designed before modern amplification so they were specifically built to be loud and cut through. This Regal is from the early 2000s and was built by Saga musical instruments. Plays great up and down the neck. Barely any wear. Awesome guitar for any one looking to...
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2012 Gretsch G5120

$499
Here’s a super fun one for your consideration! A 2012 Gretsch G5120 electromatic with upgraded pick ups and tuners! These Korean made Gretschs are a great way to get into hollow body electrics on a budget. They come from the factory with all the classic Gretsch appointments. Bigsby, 2 Filtertrons humbucks, classic full hollow Gretsch body. This particular G5120 is extra awesome because some one...
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2008 Deering Boston 6

$1,299
Here we have a six-string banjo, specifically a 2008 Deering Boston 6 “Banjitar.” If you’re a guitar player who wants to inject some banjo timbre into your music, but you don’t want to learn how to play conventional 5-string banjo, this is your ticket. This 6-string Banjitar is tuned like a guitar so guitar players can instantly start playing this type of banjo. It has the characteristic crisp...
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2013 Guild D-55

$1,999
Here we have a big bold Guild D-55 in beautiful sunburst finish with gold hardware. It’s a looker, sure, but it also has that quintessential Guild acoustic sound favored by countless folkslingers and acoustic musicians of all ilks. Gold Gotoh butterbean tuners. 1 3/4 inch bone nut. Mahogany neck with a 25 5/8 inch scale length. Neck depth is .875 inches at the first fret and one full inch at...
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1934 Gibson L-00

$5,999
Oh my, this is a good’n. Here we have a 1934 Gibson L-00 in dark, but vibrant, sunburst finish that sounds like heaven to our ears. There’s nothing like a great vintage Gibson acoustic to put a smile on our faces. This one is stamped “Made in U.S.A.” on the back of the headstock and bears the original label “Made in U.S.A. by Gibson, Inc. Kalamazoo, Mich.” inside the soundhole. Original Nickel...
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1964 Fender Jaguar

$7,999
Here is one of the coolest Jaguars that has ever come through the shop. It’s a 1964 Fender Jaguar in Lake Placid Blue with matching headstock. It’s all original except for the addition of a Mastery bridge (original is in the case) and rewound pickups (rewound by the esteemed Tom Brantley). The body has a patina of chips and dings, including some through-finish patches on the edges, and moderate...
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2006 Fender AVRI '62 Reissue Telecaster Custom

$1,799
Here we have a 2006 Fender AVRI ’62 Reissue Telecaster Custom in one of our most favorite Fender colors, beautiful Ocean Turquoise. This guitar is in very good condition with just a few small dings here and there as well as normal overall playwear. Just a few modifications, mainly the installation of a Seymour Duncan Little ’59 pickup in the bridge position and 5-way pickup selector...
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Baxendale Conversion '40s Melody Ranch Gene Autry Guitar

$1,699
Here we have a 1940s Melody Ranch Gene Autry guitar which has undergone the famed Baxendale Conversion process. Scott Baxendale is a Athens Georgia-based luthier who has developed his own proprietary process for turning old Harmony and Stella ladder-braced guitars from fun couch players into great playing, great sounding, X-braced tone monsters. Baxendale’s process includes taking off the back...
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1994 Fender Foto-Flame Telecaster

$999
Here’s another great guitar from the Japanese Fender factory. This Foto-Flame Telecaster is equipped with 3 picks up and strat style 5 way switch. The headstock beautifully matches the body and is nicely spread apart by the rosewood fingerboard. No one will see the small holes on the back of the head stock from the original tuners (as they have been replaced by much nicer locking tuners). The...
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1959 Guild CE100D Capri

$999
Here we have a 1959 Guild CE100D Capri in good to very good condition with normal playwear and some modifications described below. This one is not for collectors, though it certainly has vintage vibe oozing from every pore. It’s a real players guitar. Sounds great and plays phenomenally. Fully hollow body. Quality Grover replacement tuners. 1 5/8 inch bone nut. Mahogany neck with a 24 3/4 inch...
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1998 Dobro 60D Round Neck Resonator

$999
Here we have a 1998 Dobro 60D Roundneck Resonator with a positively stunning dark sunburst finish over highly figured maple top, back, and sides. This one’s a real beauty and in excellent, near mint condition. Original Grover Mini-Rotomatic tuners. Factory installed passive transducer pickup. Cast spider bridge with maple insert. Round neck with 19 fret fingerboard and 12th fret body join....
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~2000 Dobro Hound Dog Deluxe Roundneck Resonator

$499
Here we have a nice playing Dobro Hound Dog Deluxe Roundneck Resonator that will get you into the world of slide guitar for a budget price. Don’t play slide guitar but always wanted to try it out? This is a great entry point. Made in Asia by Dobro (owned by Gibson/Epiphone) this guitar has good build quality and comes equipped with a factory pickup. Nut width is 1 11/16 inches. Maple neck with...
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2008 Fender Blackout Telecaster

$499
Here we have a 2008 Blackout Telecaster with the Nashville-style triple pickup configuration. All original except for replaced vintage-style barrel saddles. The guitar has moderate playwear except a couple of small areas of lost finish on the upper and lower edges of the body. Overall, the guitar presents well. Nut width is a comfortable 1 11/16 inches. One-piece Maple neck with a 25.5 inch...
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2019 Collings 1MhT (All-Mahogany Traditional Model)

$5,999
We recently became an official Collings Dealer and we’ll be having a cool selection of brand-spanking new Collings guitars arriving at the shop over the coming weeks and months. Keep your eyes on Instagram and our online sites so you don’t miss out. Here we have our first arrival, a Collings Parlor 1MhT, and it’s a stunner with top, back, and sides of beautiful Honduran Mahogany plus all the...
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1996 Dobro F60S Squareneck Resonator

$999
Here we have a 1996 Dobro F60S squareneck resonator. This one is clean as a whistle in its dark matte sunburst finish. This is the F-hole model with single cone and spider bridge. Slotted headstock with white-buttoned forward facing tuners and the classic Dobro logo. Nut width is 1 7/8 inches. Rosewood fingerboard with 19 frets. 24 1/2 inch scale length. This squareneck resonator gives you...
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1981 Fender Telecaster

$1,799
Here we have a 1981 Fender Telecaster in a gorgeous transparent red finish that really contrasts well with the maple fingerboard and 3-ply white pickguard. It’s a looker. All original except for replaced pickups: a Don Mare in the neck and a Fender Custom Shop in the bridge. Don Mare is known for his Tele pickups and together these two pickups really deliver the tone. Replaced bone nut with...
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~1930 Regal Parlor-Size Slide Guitar

$499
Here we have another unique parlor-sized slide guitar. This one is a 1930s Regal parlor with a great looking blue green sunburst finish and Asian themed scenes on the front and the back. It didn’t start it’s life as a slide guitar but after 80+ years the neck angle has changed enough that it would require a neck reset to make it playable as a standard guitar. It sure sounds fantastic played as a...
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~1950 Marvel Slide Guitar

$799
Here we have a unique slide guitar from the 1950s that’s great looking and tons of fun to play. Branded “Marvel,” we believe the guitar was likely made by Kay. It was built to be a slide guitar from the get-go and has a super cool bridge that houses a Marvel-branded pickup as well as volume and tone controls. Laminated and painted wood body in lovely condition. Neck is clean. Original...
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2015 Fender '72 Telecaster Custom Reissue

$599
Here we have an unsung hero of a guitar, a 2015 Fender ’72 Telecaster Custom Reissue. This one’s made in Mexico, but it is head and shoulders above the standard MIM Fenders. It’s part of their now discontinued Classic Series of budget-priced reissue guitars. We’ve seen a lot of them, and they’ve all been excellent players with great fit and finish and a killer vintage look. This one’s no...
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2016 Fender American Elite Telecaster

$1,499
Here we have a near-mint 2016 Fender American Elite Telecaster that has a lot going for it. The black binding and natural finish are a great combination, and the black pickguard completes the picture. A stunning guitar visually, but equally a great player as well. Fender locking tuners. Nut width of 1 11/16 inches. Maple neck with 25 1/2 inch scale length. Neck depth of .75 inches at the first...
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~1990 Danelectro DC-12 Twelve String Guitar

$349
Everybody needs a twelve-string guitar in their arsenal, even if you don’t use it that often. Here we have a Blue Sparkle 1990s Danelectro DC-12 that looks cool and will definitely give you that ringing, chimey tone whenever you need it. Danelectros are without a doubt the king of budget twelve strings. They play well and the lipstick pickups are legendary for their pure, clean tone. Nice wide...
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1965 Gibson SG Special

$3,999
Here we have an exciting 1965 Gibson SG Special in very good overall condition with a little bit of edge wear and a very professionally repaired neck crack. The crack begins just below the treble-side tuners and extends a few inches down the neck. It is totally smooth to the touch, with no gap, and it’s hard to see unless you look very close (see picture). Definitely nothing to worry about...
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1972 Levin 116

$999
We got a fun one today! For your consideration a 1972 Levin 116. You will often run into a similar guitar labeled Goya (same builder but rebranded for the American market), but you don’t see these Levins quite as often. One of the coolest parts about the Levin nylon guitars is their lute-like sound hole ornament. These guitars were built in Sweden, and in their heyday they were the peak of...
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~1972 Gibson ES-345TDW

$2,499
Here we have a sweet player-grade 1972 Gibson ES345TDW for your consideration. The W indicates its Walnut finish which is still vibrant after almost 50 years. Plenty of finish checking, a smattering of dings, but the back of the neck is super clean and overall the guitar looks very nice. Only a repaired neck crack keeps it from being in true collectable condition. The repair is hard to see, fully...
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1968 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$19,999
Allrighty! Here we have a rare and beautiful 1968 Gibson Les Paul Standard Goldtop just for y-o-u. First year of the second iteration of the Les Paul and sporting a one-piece body, one-piece neck, and the highly desirable small headstock. This is a great one. Nut width is a comfortable 1 11/16 inches. One-piece Mahogany neck with 22 original frets and scale length of 24 3/4 inches. The...
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1967 Gibson SG Standard

$3,499
Here we have a 1967 Gibson SG Standard that has stood the test of time. It’s in good overall condition with a patina of finish wear, dings, and general playwear that add character and authenticity to this stalwart SG. The addition of Patent Sticker pickups that pre-date the guitar are the kind of modification you don’t mind seeing because they’re great pickups and arguably even better than...
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2013 Breedlove Master Class Series C25 Custom

$2,999
Here is a wonderful example of the craftsmanship of our home-state guitar maker, Breedlove Guitars, located in Bend, Oregon. It’s a 2013 Breedlove C25 Custom guitar from the Master Class Series. Tusq nut with a 1 3/4 inch width. Chrome GOTOH tuners. Ebony pinless bridge with a Tusq saddle. Ebony fingerboard. Ivoroid binding. Great sounding internal Piezo pickup system. This guitar is a real...
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1996 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$1,999
Here’s a 1996 Gibson Les Paul Standard in beautiful black. Some modifications which are noted below, but they are player’s mods designed to make the guitar sound and play better than it did when it was new. Replaced Nickel Grover tuners. Newer bone nut with a 1 11/16 inch width. Mahogany neck with traditional 24 3/4 inch scale. Bound Rosewood fingerboard which has been refretted with jumbo...
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2016 Epiphone Limited Edition Joe Bonamassa "Treasure" Firebird

$1,299
Whoa! Here we have a near mint 2016 Limited Edition Joe Bonamassa “Treasure” Firebird I that is super cool and super affordable. This signature guitar was closely modeled after Joe’s original 1963 Firebird. It features a rockin’ ProBucker FB720, a one-of-a-kind faithful recreation of the original early 60s Firebird pickup in Joe’s original guitar. Joe worked with Epiphone’s legendary luthiers...
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1959 Gibson LG-1

$1,599
If you always wanted to own a small bodied Gibson acoustic from the 50s, but just couldn’t justify the price tag, we have a solution. Here is a player-grade Gibson LG-1 from 1959. This guitar has a lot of cool finish checking and playwear that give it that quintessential vintage look. There are dings and scratches as well as some finish scuffing on the bottom, but honestly nothing that takes...
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