Found 162 matches

~2000 Fender Acoustasonic 150 Amp

$299
Up for sale a Fender Acoustasonic 150 combo amp in excellent condition. Two independent channels, one for instruments and a second for instrument or mics. 150 watts of solid state power into a pair of 8 inch speakers give you plenty of power for most any gig, plus you have a balanced DI out with level control so you can send just the right signal to the PA when needed. The Instrument Channel...
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2007 Vox Vox AC30H2 50th Anniv Edition Alnico Blues Combo

$1,999
Here we have a truly gorgeous Vox AC30H2 Hand Wired 50th Anniversary Alnico Blue Combo. This two channel amp is equipped with top boost circuitry and a pair of 12 inch Celestion Blues speakers. Channel I has two inputs, one with a 6dB boost. Brilliance control along with a Bass Shift switch and a Pentode/Triode switch. Channel II has Volume, Treble, and Bass controls plus Top/Cut control and...
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~2015 Orange PPC112 1x12 Cabinet

$249
Up for sale an Orange 1×12 cabinet in excellent, near mint, condition. Equipped with a 12 inch Celestion Vintage 30 speaker rated for 60 watts at 16ohm. We all know and love Orange which manufactures some of the best heads and cabinets around. This one is no exception. Black tolex covering with black corner plates and tan woven grill cloth adorned with the classic Orange badging. Birch cabinet...
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1953 Gibson GA-40 Les Paul Amp

$1,199
Fantastic sounding and recently serviced 1953 Gibson GA-40 Les Paul amplifier. 14 watts, 6V6 power, LP logo on face, and tremolo. Overall in fantastic working shape and nails everything from beautiful cleans to snarly dirty tones. This GA-40 comes with a repro Gibson tortoise shell logo. Comes with a new Alessandro GA-SC64 speaker. Also had a replaced handle. Comes with the original...
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1999 Fender Deluxe Fat Stratocaster

$999
Up for grabs a 1999 Fender Deluxe Fat Stratocaster. This is a rad strat! If you ever wanted a nice strat with a humbucker in the bridge heres you chance. This deluxe comes with stock roller nut, noiseless neck and middle pick up and a DH-1 Seymour Duncan pick up in the bridge. Pretty much a straight forward strat except for the pick ups and roller nut. Comes with its original hard shell...
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~1960 Premier Twin-8

$899
This is one good looking amp! Up for grabs a 60s Premier Twin-8. These amps were built in New York and sold out of Sorkin music store. This little tube combo features two eight inch speakers and straight forward knob configuration. You got volume, tone and tremolo! What more do you need? Great for cracking and playing rock threw but also sought after for blue harmonica players. We had this amp on...
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1965 Vox Cambridge Reverb V-3

$1,599
Vox is in the house! We got ourselves a 1966 Vox Cambridge Reverb V-3. This compact little amp packs quite a punch! Equipped with reverb and tremolo what more do you want out of a tube amp? The Cambridge V-3 was inspired by the JMI AC-15 circuitry. The preamp on the amp is an alternative version of the famous top boost circuit from the AC-30. It sports 2 ECC83 and 1 ECC82 preamp tubes and 2 EL84s...
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1966 Epiphone E360TDC-12 Riviera

$2,599
Oh sweet mother of Sparkling Burgundy, we sure do love this finish! And you couldn’t find it on a cooler piece! Up for grabs a 1966 Epiphone E360TDC-12 Riviera. Gotta love the sound of these old mini humbuckers! This puppy sounds as sparkly and bright as its finish! It’s all original minus a new bridge and a repaired headstock. Comes with its original hard shell case. Just about the coolest...
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2007 Taylor GA3-12

$999
Everyone needs a 12 string acoustic! We got one great Taylor here! These GA3-12 sport a more slender body (16″) with your standard Sitka Spruce top, Sapele back and sides and Ebony fingerboard. This is a no frills Taylor! No cut away, no electronics, no fancy inlays just all guitar! Great for rhythm guitar, finger picking Ala Lead Belly or Robbie Basho as well as just straight melodic pickin....
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~1965 Teisco Melody

$499
Up for grabs a super cool Teisco Melody amp! Teisco is a Japanese company that was founded in 1948 that made a variety of instruments and amplifiers primarily for export to the United Kingdom and United States. They even built many guitars to be rebranded in the U.S for companies like Hy Lo, Kent, Silvertone, etc. You don’t often find their amps and this little 5 watt tube combo is really a fun...
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~1950 Old Kraftsman Jimmy Reed Thin Twin

$1,199
Fantastic 1950s Old Kraftsman branded Jimmy Reed Thin Twin in its original natural finish! Originally made famous by Jimmy Reed, this thing covers everything from dirty blues to clean jazz. Unique pickup design is where it got its nickname, and these thin twins sound amazing. Super warm and sweet with just the right amount of microphonics. Maple top, back and sides with a nicely aged natural...
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1960 Fender 5E3 Deluxe

$4,999
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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1956 Magnatone (Lyric) Bigsby Designed Mark III Guitar

$2,799
We all know and love vintage Magnatone amps, but Magnatone made guitars, too. Paul Bigsby designed solid body guitars for Magnatone from 1955–1957. This Magnatone Mark III guitar was made in 1956 and showcases the classic Bigsby design aesthetic: simple, clean, with the luscious curves that typify mid-century modern. This is an incredibly rare guitar. Branded “Lyric” it was manufactured by the...
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~2000 Custom Jazz-Style Bass

$499
We’re not sure who built this Jazz style bass and affixed a Fender logo, but as parts instruments go, this is a nice one. The unbranded import pickups sound good and the hardware is of good quality. The neck is dated 4/17/00, so we assume the bass was assembled sometime after that. Gloss black with tortoise-style pickguard give this bass a handsome look. Comes with authentic looking Fender...
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2000 Gibson Songbird Deluxe

$1,499
Up for sale, a real shop favorite. Of course we all love classic J-45s, Doves, Hummingbirds and the like, but this 20 year old Gibson Songbird Deluxe is a real sleeper. It’s a strong player and the Rosewood back and sides give it a suprisingly rich tone and plenty of volume, too. It’s an all around great guitar for any singer songwriter or Americana band or for just playing around the house if...
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1949 Gibson ES-350

$4,299
Up for sale, a wonderful old Gibson ES-350 with a lot of mods but a ton of Mojo as well. Built in 1949, this guitar has a new pickup (StewMac Golden Age P-90) in the neck position, but retains the original P-90 bridge pickup. It has the original pots and bumblebee caps, too. Two control knobs were added plus the original upper bout control knob has been converted to a three-way selector switch....
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~1966 Kay (TruTone) K300 Guitar

$499
What a great looking guitar! This guitar was made in the mid-60s by Kay for Western Auto Stores and is branded with the Western Auto logo and in-store brand name TruTone. We love this guitar because it checks all the boxes, it plays nice, sounds great, and it’s in fabulous condition. Other than a pair of scratches on the lower bout (see pictures), it looks almost new. Two Barney Kessel style...
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1989 Hamer Chaparral

$1,599
How cool is this? 1989 Hamer Chaparral Standard electric guitar in its original Purple Sparkle finish. USA made, Kahler tremolo, triple pickup design with stock Dimarzio H-S-H and “Sustainiac” system! Super cool and unique instrument! Pro setup in house and plays and sounds fantastic. Comes complete with its original hardshell case. DETAILS Year: 1989. Model: Chaparral Standard Serial:...
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1986 Peavey Nitro II

$499
Sure do love these 80’s Peaveys! Up for grabs a super fun Red Nitro II. Get yourself a sweet American made shredder from the 80’s with out breaking the bank. Comes stock with Kahler bridge, locking nut, double humbucker set up and 22 frets. Not much to see here but a great guitar for a great price. DETAILS Year: 1986 Model: Nitro II Serial: 02844608. Finish: Red. Case: Comes with...
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1969 Ampeg Dan Armstrong

$2,799
You don’t see these everyday! Back in the early 60’s Dan Armstrong (at that time a Guitar tech in New York city) asked Ampeg if they had ever considered building guitars, as they were well know for building guitar amps. They in turn requested that Dan design something for them that would fit the times (the psychedelic 60’s). He came up with these super funky guitars built out of plexiglass (AKA...
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~1950 Silvertone Colorama

$699
We always snag these when we can! Up for grabs a ’50s Silvertone Colorama archtop in Kentucky Blue! You just cant beat the cool color schemes these old Silvertones have. This particular archtop has had a neck reset which makes it a whole lot more playable then most you’ll find out on the market. Silvertone was the store brand for Sears, Roebuck and company, which means Kay musical instruments...
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1977 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$2,599
We’ve got another wine red Les Paul standard but this time from 1977! What really make this L.P special is its none pancake body and 3 piece neck. At this time most Les Pauls bodies were being produced with a piece of maple in-between two pieces of mahogany, still featuring a maple top. Some one really loved this guitar! They went threw the trouble of upgrading/changing the pickups (now Seymour...
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1959 Fender Musicmaster

$2,399
You’d be hard pressed to fine something more fun then a short scale (22.5 in) Fender! Up for grabs a 1959 Fender Musicmaster. Fender started producing these guitars around ’56 as a student model. Since then these short scale Fenders have developed a cult following. You can really grab some unique chord voicings because of the small scale length. This is your opportunity to own a pre-CBS Fender...
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2002 Collings 0002G Cutaway 12-Fret Guitar

$3,499
Up for sale, a sweet 2002 Collings 0002G Cutaway 12-fret guitar. Straight grained German Spruce top, and gorgeous Rosewood back and sides. Minor playing wear and some small dings here and there, but overall a very nice looking guitar. 12-fret guitars have their own sound and this one is no exception. Responsive in all registers, this guitar has a really sweet mellow top end partly due to the...
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1957 Fender Stratocaster

$24,999
Here’s a guitar that has filled the dreams of many a guitar player: an all-original 1957 Stratocaster. In very good condition with no breaks, no buckle rash, just good honest playing wear. It’s a fine looking example with great vintage patina on its sunburst finish and hardware that testify to the 60+ years this guitar has been making music. The only blemish on this guitar is that years ago...
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2017 Epiphone "Amos" Joe B '58 Reissue Flying V

$999
Up for sale, we have a minty 2017 Epiphone “Amos” Joe B. Flying V ’58 Re-Issue. These guitars are super cool and affordably priced. This one is in like new condition, too. It comes with all the original case candy, including a photo of the fabulous Joe Bonamassa with his ’58 Flying V in hand. Something to note is that this guitar is solid Korina with no veneers. Korina neck as well, whereas...
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~1965 Gibson EB-2 Bass

$1,799
Up for sale, this remarkably clean and original 1964-65 Gibson EB-2 bass. Missing it’s pickguard, but otherwise totally stock as it came from the factory. This EB-2 is in very good to excellent vintage condition with light play wear (no buckle rash) and just a few dings and minor blemishes that contribute to a vintage vibe without detracting from the overall clean look. Hard to believe this...
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1954 Gibson ES-125

$1,799
Up for grabs a 1954 Gibson ES-125! These are super fun archtops from a great time for Gibson. Besides the tuners being changed out for Klusons this guitar is all original. Nothing quite sounds like these vintage P-90s, they really rip! Wether your interested in playing Jazz, Rock or blues this archtop has plenty of versatility to suit all your needs. They don’t make them like this any...
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2014 Suhr Modern

$2,799
We got another Suhr! After over a decade of guitar repairs John Suhr started building his very own instruments; at which point he became well know for his exceptional quality and craftsmanship. This guitar is no exception! Sporting a beautiful roasted birds eye maple neck and finger board (24 frets), genuine mahogany 2-piece body and flame maple top. There is a reason why people who own his...
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1984 Gibson Les Paul Studio Standard

$1,999
We got another Les Paul Studio from ’84 but this time a Studio Standard! The studio line was launched to give people the classic Les Paul sound at a more affordable price point. The Studio Standard was an even more souped up version of the studio, sporting a bound neck and body. The guitars are typically 1/8 to 1/4 inch slimmer than a standard Les Paul which makes them very comfortable to play...
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