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1959 Gibson Les Paul Special Double Cutaway

$9,999
Perennial favorites of guitar players all over the world, there’s not much to say about Gibson Les Paul Specials that hasn’t been said a thousand times before. This is an especially nice one. All original—no mods! The real deal. Plays perfectly and sounds like thunder through every amp we put it into. It’s super clean with a vibrant Cherry finish and some attractive finish checking. A few...
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1975 Gibson Gospel

$1,399
Here’s a really interesting Gibson acoustic that will surprise you with its unique tone and clarity. What sets this guitar apart is its arched maple back which offers a different tonality than the more traditional mahogany or rosewood flat-backed dreadnaughts. There’s a punch and clarity to this guitar that we just adore. Gibson initially produced the Gospel from 1972 to 1979. Twenty years...
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1996 Fender Custom Telecaster 50th Anniv Edition

$1,399
Here we have a very cool mid-nineties special edition Custom Telecaster from Japan. We love the Japanese-made Fenders, especially the Custom Tele models. This one is the 50th anniversary edition with painted headstock, gold hardware, pearloid double binding, and anniversary logo on the back of the headstock. A really unique Telecaster that you rarely see. The guitar is in very good to...
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1970 Gibson Les Paul Custom

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Here’s a great 1970 Gibson Les Paul Custom with some mods and professional repairs that put it at a nice price point. A headstock break was repaired and then the neck and headstock were refinished in relic black to match the body of the guitar. The repair and repainting were so well done there’s virtually no visual evidence of the original break. The pickups in the guitar are original but the...
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1965 Mosrite The Ventures Model

$5,999
Of course this 1965 Mosrite “The Ventures” model guitar can conjure all the surf tones of the sixties, but it will do a lot more than that. These Mosrite pickups sound great whatever style of music you’re playing. And the slim neck and small frets make this a super playable guitar. 24 1/2 inch scale length and 1 9/16 inch nut width. Two proprietary high-gain pickups. Master volume and tone...
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1951 Fender Telecaster

$59,999
The term Holy Grail is much overused, but some guitars are truly special and this one is about as special as they come. Here we have a 1951 Telecaster and its thermometer case, both in wonderful all-original condition. Under seven pounds and with a super comfortable neck profile that these guitars are known for, this Telecaster is a real gem. The neck and body are stamped October 1951 and signed...
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1968 Fender Telecaster

$13,999
This 1968 Fender Telecaster is the bomb. We rarely see vintage Telecasters in Dakota Red as this was a custom color for Telecaster models. The original guard has aged to a creamy white and perfectly complements the Dakota Red finish of the body. The body finish has some flaking around the edges and lots of general play wear, but the overall look is killer vintage all the way. This Tele is a...
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1966 Fender Vibrolux Reverb Amp

$3,199
Here’s a 1966 Blackface Fender Vibrolux Reverb that reminds us once again why these amps are so coveted by players and collectors. 35 watts from a pair of 6L6s give it all the power you need to play most any venue. The original speakers in this amp have been replaced with a pair of JBL K110 speakers which deliver a punchy but articulate sound. The JBL speakers seem to extend the clean headroom...
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1964 Fender Jaguar

$2,599
1964 Fender Jaguar: The Good – It’s a vintage, pre-CBS Fender Jaguar! It plays and sounds great with a fresh pro setup. Original staggered-pole pickups sound great, and all wiring/electronics are original with both pot codes reading “3046408” dating both to the 8th week of 1964. Brazilian rosewood “veneer” fretboard, original neck finish with the neck stamp reading “1DEC63B.” Original “single...
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1969 Fender Mustang

$1,599
This guitar has really been through the ringer! 1968/1969 Fender Competition Mustang! The body looks to have started its life as a Competition Red with a little paint left in the neck pocket. Both the body and the headstock have been refinished in our favorite “Competition Orange” and even has the correct replacement decal! At one point someone converted this into a string-through body, but the...
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1988 Gibson '62 SG Reissue Showcase Edition

$1,699
Here’s a rare and exotic beauty. It bears the Showcase Edition decal on the back of the headstock and it’s one of only 200 Showcase Edition ’62 reissue blue SGs made back in 1988. We have to say this is one of the most beautiful shades of blue we’ve seen. Check out the pics. This SG is all original. A pair of active EMG pickups give it a distinctive and powerful tone. It has a slim neck...
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~2010 Weber 18 Watt Marshall (TMB) Clone

$799
Incredibly well made Weber 18 watt Marshall clone! Powered by a pair of EL84s this “Treble Mid Boost” circuit has awesome breakup and chiming British crunch! Modded with a master volume, so you get the crunch without blowing down any walls. Tone stack slightly different to push the treble and mids even more! Overall in very good condition with minimal wear! Get some boutique UK sounds without...
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2006 Gibson ES-335 Dot Flamed Maple

$2,599
We just posted a ES-335 Dot Reissue blonde earlier today, and here’s another one for your consideration. This one is from 2006 and it has flamed maple top, back, and sides, so she’s a real looker. A nice fat neck that feels really great in the hand. The neck pickup has been replaced with a Lollar single coil P-90 style pickup. An interesting choice, and if you’re a fan of the P-90 sound,...
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1990 Gibson ES-335 Dot

$2,699
This is one of the best playing, best sounding modern ES-335s we’ve had in the shop. We have to admit, there’s something about a blonde 335 that we always find alluring, but this one is especially attractive. No figured wood or fancy hardware, but it doesn’t need it. The top on this is a beautiful honey color and the cream binding really sets it off nicely. Changed pickguard, but otherwise...
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2016 Eastwood Airline '59 2PT

$799
Nearly new Eastwood Airline ’59 2PT in all black finish. Chambered mahogany body. Bolt on neck. 25 1/2 inch scale. 1 11/16 inch nut width. Humbucker in the neck position and single coil in bridge position give you a wide range of tones to choose from. Tele-style string-through-body bridge for increased sustain. This Eastwood is looking and playing great. A lot of guitar for the money. Grab it...
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1964 Fender Jazzmaster

$5,999
Another fine early-sixties Jazzmaster. Lots of good honest play wear and terrific vintage tone provide all the mojo you could want. We’ve had a number of sixties Jazzmasters come through the shop over the past year, and this is one of our favorites. The L24827 serial number dates the guitar to early 1964, but the neck stamp is December 1963. It’s not uncommon for neck stamps or pot codes to...
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1974 Fender Telecaster Thinline

$4,999
There’s something about Telecaster Thinlines that we really love, especially after Fender started equipping them with wide-range humbuckers in 1972. Everybody knows that 70s Fenders tended to be on the heavy side compared with earlier models. So introducing a semi-hollow version of the Telecaster made a lot of sense. Not to mention, the new pickguard shape was way cool and the added F-hole really...
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1965 Supro S6420 Thunderbolt

$1,599
Jimi Hendrix owned an S6420 Thunderbolt, and Jimmy Page used Supro amps for recording much of the early Led Zeppelin material. Mid-60s Supros are the kings of overdriven blues and rock. Although Supro marketed the S6420 Thunderbolt as a bass amp, it was roundly dismissed by bass players, but became the darling of 60s guitar players. This 1965 S6420 Thunderbolt is very clean with its classic...
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1946 Gibson BR-3 Tweed Amp

$1,799
Of all the Gibson BR amps introduced immediately after WWII, the BR-3 is the rarest and arguably the coolest. Fewer than 80 BR-3s were produced, all in 1946. The green script G logo on the grill cloth is in perfect condition. The tweed covering of the amp is also in remarkable condition for a piece of this age. Honestly, you couldn’t hope to find a mid-40s amp in this kind of condition. When...
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1960 Fender 5E3 Deluxe

$4,299
Up for sale is a wonderful sounding 1960 Narrow Panel Fender Tweed Deluxe 5E3 1×12 combo amplifier. Favored among collectors and players, the 5E3 Deluxe is one of the more coveted Tweed Fender amps of the 1950s; nailing that classic and unmistakable breakup we’ve all come to love from Fender tweeds. Overall the circuit looks nice and tidy with the exception of a replaced filter capacitor and...
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1948 Gretsch Jet '21

$1,699
Here’s a super rare and beautiful Gretsch archtop from 1948. We don’t have a lot of information on this model but we understand that very few (perhaps fewer than 50) were made between the years of 1947 and 1948. The Jet “21” is an acoustic archtop guitar with a 24 3/4 inch scale and a 16 inch lower bout. Elegant triple ply (white-black-white) pickguard. Double bound body and single bound...
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1999 Heritage H-575 Archtop

$2,499
Heritage Guitar was formed by several former Gibson employees when the Gibson Guitar Corporation closed its Kalamazoo, Michigan factory in September of 1984. Heritage began operations in a 1917 former Gibson building using equipment purchased from Gibson Guitar Corporation. Since 1985 Heritage Guitar has been making finely crafted guitars in the tradition of its Gibson roots. This beautiful...
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1934 Martin R-18 Archtop

$2,499
What a cool guitar! A 1934 Martin R-18 archtop in great playing condition and with all the vintage patina and mojo you could want. While Pre-War Martin flattops command sometimes staggering prices, Martin archtops of the same era era are quite reasonably priced. If you’re into country blues, Western swing, or other styles that cry out for a vintage archtop, this is your ticket. The action of...
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1952 Gibson J-50/J-160E

$3,799
Here’s a unique and super cool Gibson acoustic. It started its life in 1952 as a J-50, then went back to the Gibson factory in 1973 for a re-top and the addition of a J-160 (P-90) pickup and controls. Paperwork from Gibson is included with the guitar (see photos). As you’d expect the factory work is of the highest quality. Sounds very good acoustically, but it really shines when plugged in....
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2001 Epiphone Alleykat

$499
This Epiphone Alleykat in stunning cherryburst finish is a real looker. Laminate flame maple top. Block inlays. Attractive cream binding on neck, top, and F holes. Cool old-style bikini logo headstock. 22 fret neck with single cutaway for easy access to higher frets. Seymour Duncan mini-humbucker in the neck position and a 57 Classic humbucker in the bridge position lets you play jazzy blues,...
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1975 Fender Princeton Reverb

$1,199
A 40+ year-old hand wired Silverface amp made by Fender. Got to be expensive, right? Well, here’s a great mid-70s Princeton Reverb with sweet vintage tone at a really affordable price. The amp is missing its logo and its back panel, has new reverb tank cables, and a replaced (period correct) speaker, but is otherwise original. Sounds marvelous. DETAILS Year: 1975 Make: Fender Model:...
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2012 Reason Re'ato Amp

$1,299
2012 Reason Re'ato Amp 13 % off
2012 Reason Re’ato amp with power scaling from 2 to 20 watts. Two inputs. Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity controls. Footswitch and Expression Pedal jacks, Power Selector (2, 8, 20 watt settings), separate power and standby switches. Eminence Red White and Blues Patriot speaker (12 inch). An awesome amp design and realization from Obeid Khan of Reason Amplification. This amp...
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~1980 Squier Bullet

$449
Another mid-80s Fender Squier Bullet from Japan. This one has its original pickups and Fender Japan tuners. Replaced control knobs and switch tips. One volume, one tone, and 5-way pickup selector switch. Input jack on top of guitar. Nice maple fingerboard with a couple of worn spots but otherwise in very good condition. A great little player with that MIJ mojo. Comes with a Fender gig...
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~1980 Squier Bullet

$449
Sweet mid-80s Squier Bullet Strat-Style guitar made in Japan. Pickups have been replaced with two Seymour Duncan mini-humbuckers in neck and bridge positions and a single coil in between. Maple neck and fingerboard. One volume, one tone, and a five-position pickup selector switch. Input Jack located on top. Original Fender Japan tuners. Normal playing wear and in overall excellent condition....
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2002 Gibson Futura

$2,999
Be the cool kid on your block and play this awesome Gibson Futura. The Futura model served as the prototype for the Gibson Explorer. Only a handful were made in 1957 before Gibson introduced the Explorer in 1958. They shared the same body shape but the Futura had a Vee headstock. What we have here is a Limited Edition 2002 Gibson Custom Shop version of this rare prototype guitar. It has a...
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