Thunder Road Guitars PDX
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~1959 Danelectro Longhorn Bass

$3,499
Way cool 1959 Danelectro Longhorn bass for sale. These basses are well known for their killer tone and light weight. The modern versions are wonderful workhorse basses but there’s nothing like an original from the 50s. This one has been played a lot but it’s structurally sound and in great working condition. Replaced Kluson tuners. 1 and 11/16 inch Aluminum nut. 30 inch scale length. Wonderful...
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1946 Martin 0-17

$3,499
Oh, yes. Here we have a super lightweight Martin parlor (0-17) from 1946. All-mahogany construction gives this guitar a distinct warm and mellow tone, but we think these old Martins have a bit more clarity than the modern all-mahogany models. In any case, this one sounds beautiful and plays great thanks to a neck reset and refret with vintage-style brass fretwire. 1 11/16 inch Ebony nut. 24.9...
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1979 Gibson "The SG"

$1,599
Here we have a 1979 Gibson “The SG” in Walnut finish. All original except for a shimmed nut. Grover tuners and Schaller-made “Harmonica” Tune-o-Matic bridge. Great sounding T-Top pickups dated April 23, 1979. Set up in-house to play its best. This guitar is in very good overall condition with just normal play wear plus a few guitar cable indentations on the top of the bass-side upper horn....
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~1930 Regal Domino

$2,399
Here we have a little charmer from the the 1930s that we just can’t put down. It’s a Regal Le Domino in natural finish. We love Le Dominos for their tone and their wonderful graphics. The domino decals on the fingerboard, rosette, and below the bridge are in excellent condition on this one. The Le Domino decal on the headstock is also in near perfect condition. 1 25/32 inch bone nut. Vintage...
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~1950 Kay Archtop

$299
Here we have a 1950s Kay Archtop which needs some love but could be a very nice guitar with a little TLC. 1 11/16 inch bone nut. Original three-on-a-plate tuners with a couple of slightly bent (but functioning) keys. Adjustable Rosewood bridge and saddle—original, we think. Action is tolerable in the lower positions but gets progressively higher as you move up the neck. The saddle has been...
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2008 Fender Modified Deluxe Reverb Rebuilt by Bill Krinard

$3,999
What looks like a Blackface Fender amp is actually a totally rebuilt and rewired amp by the renowned Bill Krinard of Two Rock Amp fame. Looks like a Fender but the overdrive on this amp is off the charts. Equipped with a Celestion G12-65 Rola speaker and 6L6 power tubes. Bill has rewired this amp to his own design and specifications with the original knobs re-purposed accordingly. What used to...
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2015 Bludotone Bludo-Drive and Loop-a-Lator

$4,899
Ever heard of a Bludotone Bludo-Drive? Larry Carlton has. It’s one of his go-to amps for touring and recording, so much so that he keeps one in Brussels for his European tours and one in Tokyo for whenever he plays there. He has several Bludo-Drives here in the States for both touring and recording. He describes it as Dumble-like with an open sound and tight, sweet overdrive. Nobody cares more...
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1978 Fender Mustang

$1,099
Sweet vintage short-scale Fender bass! 1978 Fender Musicmaster Bass in its original and clean Black finish. These short-scale Fenders have become increasingly sought after, and are so much fun to play! This bass was clearly well taken care of! Overall in very good to excellent. Just a few spots of wear in the finish from general to light playing. No cracks, breaks or repairs. All original with...
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~2010 Marshall Origin 20

$399
Looks like we got ourselves a Marshall Origin 20! This 20 watt tube head is just pure fun. In an effort to meet the demand for low wattage amps Marshall developed this new series of amps. The Origin series sports their new Powerstem technology! This allows you to get some rich creamy tones at lower volumes. Features all the standard Marshall controls, presence, master volume, an eq section and...
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2010 Martin 00-18V

$1,999
For your consideration a 2010 Martin 00-18V! If you like V necks this maybe the 00-18 for you! It’s got a super comfortable medium V shape. Nothing but good things to say about this guitar. Very loud for its size. Nice and well balanced. Clear articulation and attack. Extremely warm. Just a fun and easy to play instrument. Very comfortable. It looks as though some one had installed a pick up at...
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2014 Martin Custom 000

$2,499
Up for grabs a 2014 Martin Custom 000. This is an awesome sounding Martin. Solid Sitka Top and braces, Indian rosewood back and sides. For most people this is one of the most comfortable guitars Martin makes. Nice warm voice. Easy to play up and down the neck. There has been a K&K pick up system installed. This ones a real no brainer. Super clean, loud and comfortable to play! DETAILS Year:...
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1965 Fender Bandmaster

$899
Up for sale is a great sounding 1965 Fender Bandmaster blackface head. One of the biggest sleepers in the amp world, the blackface Basndmaster! Breaks up nicely and sounds insane with a Les Paul. Transformer and choke codes all date to 1965. Sounds and functions great. These fly outta here quick so don’t miss out! DETAILS Year: 1965. Model: Bandmaster Serial: A12071. Condition:...
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2006 Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass

$649
For your consideration, a 2006 Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass in stunning Ebony. One of the epic bassists of all time, Jack Casady worked with Epiphone to design a bass to his playing preferences. Jack says that bass players are identified as much by their tone as by their style, and the JCB-1 Low-Impedance Humbucker gives you tone that will definitely set you apart from Fender...
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2018 Taylor 456CE-R 12-String Acoustic

$1,799
Here we have a Taylor 456CE-R 12-string Grand Symphony that is the epitome of what a 12-string acoustic guitar should be. When it comes to 12-string acoustics, Taylors always deliver the goods. Easy to play up and down the neck with a 1 7/8 inch nut width, 27/32 inch neck depth at the first fret, exactly 1 inch depth at the 12 fret, and super comfortable neck profile. The cutaway gives you...
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2001 Fender American Standard Telecaster

$999
Here we have a 2001 Fender American Standard Telecaster in very good to excellent condition and playing nice. A Bigsby Palm Pedal string bender was installed on the guitar at one point but has now been removed. There are four small unfilled screw holes where the Bigsby was attached. Fender American Standard guitars are high quality instruments and this one is a good example. 1 11/16 inch nut...
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2017 Martin 00-28

$2,299
Up for sale is a stunning and quite clean 2017 Martin 00-28 in its original natural finish. This squeaky clean example features a Sitka spruce top w/ east Indian rosewood back and sides, ebony fingeboard and bridge, and other classic 28 series appointments. I love the body size and feel of this one. Amazing tone as well. Pro setup in-house and comes complete with its original hard...
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~1965 Harmony H-75

$1,299
Here we have a mid-60s Harmony H-75 in vintage tea burst finish with tortoise-style headstock overlay and selector switch plate. The pickguard has gone missing, but it was undoubtedly tortoise-style as well. The condition of this guitar is very good with a patina of play wear and a smattering of finish chips here and there. It definitely shows signs of having been played, but overall it presents...
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1997 Breedlove C2/K

$1,999
This 1997 Breedlove C2/K is a beautiful example of the guitars produced by Oregon’s own Breedlove Guitar Company. This guitar sounds positively lush. The Cedar top provides richness while the Koa back and sides add clarity and sparkle to the tone. We really love the sound of Cedar topped acoustics. This C2/K has a sharp modern cutaway and the signature Breedlove headstock profile. Grover...
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2016 PRS Private Stock McCarty 594

$6,999
Wow. In the realm of beautiful guitars, this 2016 PRS Private Stock McCarty 594 ranks way up there. The highest material and build quality that Paul Reed Smith offers are evident in this heirloom-quality guitar. Figured mahogany neck. Madagascar rosewood headstock veneer and fingerboard, both bound with curly maple. Curly maple top over African ribbon mahogany back. Mother of pearl birds...
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~2012 ESP Standard Series SV

$1,999
Here we have an ESP SV from circa 2012 in gray camo finish. This Standard Series SV has a military look but a musician’s mindset. It’s a real rocker that you can play all night long and never run out of musical ammunition. Powered by a pair of EMG-81 humbuckers that can strip paint off the quonset hut walls. Black chrome GOTOH tuners and Floyd Rose system. 1 11/16 inch nut width. Maple...
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~1930 National Style 1 Squareneck Tri-Cone Resonator

$2,499
So cool. This National Style 1 Squareneck Tri-Cone Resonator was made sometime between 1927 and 1934. For its age, it’s in very good condition with its nickel plating intact, a patina of normal play wear, and one small dent in the back edge of the lower treble-side bout. This guitar has been making music for at least 85 years and it’s nowhere near done. It has an endless supply of great...
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1939 Gibson HG-00 Conversion

$3,999
Here we have a 1939 Gibson HG-00 that has been converted from Hawaiian style to Spanish style. This is a common conversion to reset the neck angle to make the guitar playable as a Spanish style rather than lap style. The neck profile is a substantial vee shape which has not been shaved down from its original profile. It’s a handful, but the vee shape makes it more comfortable than the old school...
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1994 Larrivee L-09

$1,399
From our buddies across the border in British Columbia, we bring you this 1994 Larrivee L09 acoustic guitar. Like most Larrivee’s we’ve played, this one has a balanced and bell-like tone. The Indian Rosewood back and sides introduce tonal complexities that are then clarified and focused by the Sitka Spruce top. In excellent condition minus one through-finish dent in the lower bout near the...
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1962 Gibson E-422T Century

$1,799
Here’s a 1962 Epiphone E-422T Century for your consideration. Sharp looking Cherry Red finish with double bound body. Equipped with its original P-90 pickup, this is one hot guitar. Original Kluson tuners. A few braces were reglued, but this guitar is otherwise 100% original. Very good condition with just normal play wear with a few minor scratches and dings. Epiphone is making a James Bay...
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1930 Gibson Nick Lucas Special

$7,999
Here we have a 1930 Gibson Nick Lucas Special that is one sweet little guitar. It has some mods, a few repairs, and a complete refinish, but has managed to hold onto its vintage mojo in all the important ways. It plays really well and sounds great. Inside the soundhole is its nearly 90-year-old original label in good condition with handwritten serial number and a description of the guitar as a...
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~1944 Gibson Banner J-45

$9,999
Here we have a 1944-45 Banner J-45 that totally thrills us. We have a real weakness for Banner Gibsons and this guitar just reinforces why they’re so great. A lovely looking wartime Gibson with a 1 3/4 inch nut width, original bridge, and its original three-on-a-plate tuners. The bone nut and saddle have been replaced but the originals are included (also comes with original bridge pins). There...
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom '54 Reissue

$7,999
Yeah, buddy, this 1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom ’54 Reissue has us all excited. These early reissues are so well done and hard to find. Just dripping with 50s style and mojo from head to toe. The gold hardware has great patina, and against the ebony finish it looks marvelous. Nicely aged binding on the body. This guitar has plenty of play wear, scratches and bumps here and there, but overall this...
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~1932 Gibson 12-Fret L-00

$6,999
We’re thrilled to offer this rare and beautiful 12-fret Gibson L-00 sporting its original black finish and white pickguard. Weighing in at 3 pounds 1 ounce, it’s a featherweight guitar with surprising volume and bell-like clarity. The action is great and it plays cleanly all the way up the neck. This L-00 is an 85+ year-old guitar which is as lively and musical today as it was at its...
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1966 Gibson Melody Maker

$1,899
We’re always happy to get a Melody Maker in, especially these late ’60s ones with the SG body! Up for grabs a 1966 Gibson Melody Maker in Cardinal Red! When this model was first introduced, in ’59, it only had a single cut away and was very similar to a Les Paul JR. only a little thiner. Then in ’61 they added a second cut away. But in ’66 they decided to make the horns pointy and basically do a...
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1962 National 1155 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar

$1,999
Here we have a National 1155 Flat Top Acoustic guitar made by Gibson in 1962. Iconic National headstock with original overlay and script logo. Original 3-on-a-plate Kluson tuners with cool tulip buttons. Double bound body. Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides. 1 5/8 inch nut width. 24 1/2 inch scale length. The guitar is in good condition overall with nice clean Rosewood fingerboard and...
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