Thunder Road Guitars PDX
Will York
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~1970 Sho-Bud Maverick 10-String 3-Pedal Steel Guitar

$999
Here we have a great little Pedal Steel Guitar made by Sho-Bud circa 1970. This guitar is a perfect entry point for anyone who wants to learn to play Pedal Steel or is Jonesing to add some Steel Guitar flavor in their band. Alt Country anyone? This unit is compact and easily transportable. Single neck with 10 strings. Great sounding original single-coil pickup. This particular Maverick model...
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2016 Waterloo WL-14XTR

$1,799
We owe Collings Guitars a big thank you for creating this wonderful line of vintage-styled small bodied guitars under their Waterloo name. Made in Texas just like the Collings flagship guitars, this Waterloo WL-14XTR has great build quality and awesome sound. Waterloo guitars come in X-braced and ladder-braced models with or without a truss rod. This one is X-braced and has a truss rod which...
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2013 Santa Cruz VJ Vintage Jumbo

$2,999
Here we have a truly wonderful slope shouldered dreadnaught from the renowned Santa Cruz Guitar Company. Sitka Spruce top and premium Mahogany body, this guitar has double taper bracing and is voiced to recall the big sounding southern jumbos of the 40s. It’s a perfectly balanced dreadnaught with tight bass and complex overtones. And plenty of volume. 1 11/16 inch nut width. 25.375 scale...
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1956 Fender 5F-2 Princeton

$2,199
Up for grabs a 1956 Fender Princeton 5-F2! If your looking for a great recording amp look no further. Super straight forward, volume and tone. Just turn it up and play! These amps are very similar to the Champs of this period just with an added tone control and a bigger output transformer. Sports a single 6V6 and two 12ax7s. This is one of Fenders first amps and to this day is still one of their...
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2018 Gibson J-45 Walnut

$2,799
They’re shaking things up over there in Bozeman, Montana at the Gibson factory! Up for grabs a 2018 Gibson J-45 Walnut LE! Everyone is familiar the classic J-45 but this one has a slight twist on it! Typically this model is made with a Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides but this particular one is all Walnut! Really quite an interesting twist on a classic. It sure does sound good! Great big...
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1973 Martin D-28

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When it comes to classic American guitars its hard to beat the D-28! Up for grabs a 1973 Martin D-28! The D-28 has been used for everything from Bluegrass to rock n roll. Chances are if you have a guitar hero they’ve recorded with one or it’s one of their main axes. The D-28 is basically the archetypal dreadnought guitar. This one has got that classic big Martin sound. Very loud. Fills a room....
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1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$3,499
And the award for best Wine Red finish goes too………this 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom! This is truly an awesome example of what Wine Red can look like. Its nice and dark around the edges but lightens up towards the middle. You can really see the wood grain especially on the back. This L.P is in excellent condition it looks as though it’s almost fresh off the line. It is missing its bridge pick up...
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2016 Fender Custom Shop 1961 Stratocaster Relic

$2,799
Nothing quite like a killer strat! Up for grabs a 2016 Fender Custom Shop 1961 Stratocaster Relic in Candy Apple Red! These Custom Shop Fenders always thoroughly impress us. They always seem to feel awesome and play great. This one is no exception! Super fast neck. Dynamite sounding pick ups. Great weight. They did a great job on the relicing of this Strat, really looks like its been played for...
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1957 Harmony Caribbean

$849
Clean as clean can get! We got are selfs a looker! A 1957 Harmony Caribbean in Coral! This super rare Harmony is quite an interesting piece, it sports the unique harm-o-metal on the top of the body. These little parlors are really rare and even harder and rarer to find in playable condition. This ones a player though! Its got a really cool and special tone. Its all original and super clean! Comes...
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1988 Hamer Chaparral

$999
Floyd rose, little switches, red finish smells like the 80s! For your consideration a 1988 Hamer Chaparral! This is one fast guitar! Lots of classic shredder features on this one! Of course the must have on any shredder is a good Floyd Rose (Check!). Does it have 24 frets? Of course! Any cool electronics? Oh ya! 3 mini 3 way toggles! Individual on/off/in and out of phase selection as well as a...
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~1950 Premier Bantam

$2,199
We always grab these Premier Multivox pieces when we see them! New to the shop a 1950s Premier Bantam. This sweet little archtops got vibe for days. Premier was an instrument brand for a music store in New York city (Sorkin Music) that started in the 40s. Gotta love the sweet head stocks these guitars sport! Super fun big pearloid dot inlays on the fingerboard. Rad stair step tail piece. This...
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1974 Fender Thinline Telecaster

$3,999
For sale, this early 70s Fender Telecaster Thinline in its original natural finish. The serial number dates to late 1973 but the pickups and pots are dated 1974, so this is a 1974 guitar. Condition is very good to excellent and the only modification is a professional refret with jumbo wire. There is one small crack in the pickguard near the neck pickup which you can see in the pics if you look...
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1966 Fender Jaguar

$3,499
Fantastic 1966 Fender Jaguar set up in-house and playing great. Offset body Fenders have grown dramatically in popularity thanks to their use lately by many premier guitarists but also because they’re just great guitars. Who knew? Well, we did, actually. We’ve been fans of Jaguars and Jazzmasters since forever. This mid-60s Jaguar is all original including its distinctive tri-tone sunburst...
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~1950 Masco Amp

$499
This little amp is not only cute and vintage but it’s also been recently serviced. New caps. A modern Jensen speaker. And a 3-prong power chord. All the updates you’d want have already been made and this amp is ready to hit the stage or a living room near you. Cool grillcloth stenciled with the Masco logo and a large eighth note with staff lines. Sounds way better than you’d expect, and as we...
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1966 Gibson SG Standard

$7,999
Yeah, buddy! Here we have an amazing sounding SG Standard from 1966 that would love to find its forever home. We love SGs from the 60s and this one doesn’t disappoint. Patent decal humbuckers that totally rip. CTS pots dated 46th week of 1965. This SG has a slim neck profile and its original frets are still in fine shape. Has an ABR-1 with nylon saddles and a classic Lyre Vibrola tail piece....
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1955 Fender Precision Bass

$13,000
The P-basses just keep rollin in! And another one from the 50s! Today we got a 1955 Fender Precision Bass in Sunburst. These 50s basses really are too cool for school. The neck pocket is stamped with 10-55 which dates it to a 1955. Truly a great looking bass. The pick guard has aged beautifully, the sunburst is gorgeous and show very little belt rash for an instrument of its age. It’s all...
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1968 Fender Telecaster Bass

$4,999
Not just another average run of the mill bass. Just in a 1968 Fender Telecaster Bass in Pink Paisley! These basses are super cool and super rare. Fender original only produced Telecasters and Telecaster Basses in this paisley finish between 1968 and 1969. They took pink paisley wallpaper and covered the bodies with it and then sprayed over the wall paper with a light burst and a clear coat. This...
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1952 Fender Precision Bass

$7,499
We’ve got ourselves a deal! This 1952 Fender Precision bass refinished in butterscotch blonde is just one of the many Fender basses to walk in recently. We are loaded to the gills with Fender Basses! Our online store is gonna look like we’re documenting Precisions! This is probably the best deal of the lot! They first started manufacturing and selling Precisions basses in 1951 which means this...
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1958 Fender 5F1 Champ

$1,999
Up for grabs a 1958 Fender 5F1 Tweed Champ! Fender introduced their Champ model all the way back in 1948! From that time forward it went through a couple of alterations but none are quite as classic as these 5F1 Tweed champs. People love these amps for their straight forward design and approach. Plug in, turn up and rock! You’ve heard these on hundreds of records! A true classic amp. Amazing...
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1961 Fender Precision Bass

$12,999
Wow. This is one of the best basses we’ve ever played! 1961 Fender Precision Bass in its original Blonde finish. Lightweight ash body with beautiful grain visible through the finish. Slab Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, great feeling maple neck and a wonderful sounding pickup! Pot codes read “304 6036” dating them to the 36th week of 1960. Body date reads “12-60,” the serial dates to 1960 and the...
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~1935 Slingerland Songster Archtop

$899
This Slingerland Songster from the 1930s is a great sounding archtop with excellent playability. 1 5/8 inch nut and 25 1/2 scale length. Cool sparkle inlays on the headstock. Double bound body and bound neck. Newer adjustable rosewood bridge. Replaced Grover vintage-style tuners. In great shape considering its age. One possible top crack but its nice and tight and not in need of repair....
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~1930 Recording King Archtop Guitar

$1,599
Here we have a classic vintage archtop guitar made by Recording King in 1930s or thereabouts. Hard to date these precisely. Regardless, this is one fine vintage archtop and it’s all original and still retains its original pickguard. It also bears the Montgomery Wards logo inside the guitar body which means this one was made for sale by Wards. Kinda cool, we think. Very unusual fingerboard...
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~1944 Gibson "Banner" SJ

$10,999
This Gibson “Banner” SJ has been around since the 1940s and has the battle scars to prove it. But as is often the case, the guitars that get played the most end up being the best sounding guitars. And this Banner sounds truly glorious. Super responsive and well balanced, this is a guitar player’s guitar. There is a long crack running down the entire treble side (see picture) that has been well...
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~1965 Kay Swingmaster K763

$899
Yeah buddy! Here we have a gorgeous 1960s Kay Swingmaster K673 with an added Bigsby tremolo system that really rocks our world! This triple pickup model is similar to the Barney Kessel model but does not bear the jazz great’s name. We love the “Kleenex Box” pickups which produce that punchy single coil tone much like Gibson P-90s. The guitar has separate volume and tone controls for each...
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~1950 Guyatone LG-40

$899
This is the second LG-40 we’ve had come through and they are by far some of the coolest Japanese guitars we’ve ever seen. They first grabbed our attention with their thin headstock. Then the more we looked at it the hard it became to find anything we didn’t like. The body itself is really a great shape and sports some rad flamed maple on the back. This ones got a great big comfortable V neck. The...
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~1930 Regal Le Domino

$1,899
Our inner Elliott Smith fan is getting the best of us! Up for grabs a 1930s Regal Le Domino with a full Baxendale conversion! Baxendale is famous for taking old Harmonys and Kays and basically rebuilding them. He really brings the life back into these old instruments. You’ll find a list of everything he has done to the guitar in the mods section below. Like most of these old Le Dominos ours had...
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~1965 Harmony H400A

$349
Would you just look at that, another small tube amp! These low wattage tube amps just sound killer! This H400A was made by Harmony sometime in the 60s. Putting out about 3 watts of tube power this is one of those dime it and play it type of combo amp. The only controls on this amp are Volume and Tone and if you ask me thats one to many knobs! Only thing that been changed on this amp is the power...
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2014 EVH Wolfgang Stealth

$2,499
Rad is a word you could use to describe this guitar. Super cool 2014 EVH Wolfgang Stealth made in America! The matte black finish on this guitar is so slick it makes you think of a F-117 Nighthawk jet! For those familiar with the Wolfgang models it will come as no surprise that this instrument is extremely comfortable to play and extremely fast up and down the neck. The electronics are very...
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1933 Gibson L-Century

$6,299
We got ourselves a real looker! Up for grabs a 1933 Gibson L-Century! In 1933 Gibson designed this guitar for the Century of Progress World Fair in Chicago. The theme of the fair was technological innovation which is why Gibson decide to deck out the neck with pearloid and cover the rest of the guitar with as many celluloid parts as possible(i.e headstock, tuner buttons, pick guard etc). This...
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1971 Fender Coronado II

$3,799
Another super clean one for the ages! We’ve got a 1971 Fender Coronado II in the super cool Antigua finish. This hollow body Fender is so clean from across the room it looks like a reissue! All original! Even comes with the instruction manual! The Coronado model was first introduced in 1966 and was designed by Roger Rossmeisl (a former Rickenbacker employee). To this day it is one of the very few...
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