Walt Grace Vintage
Bill Goldstein
Miami, FL
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Refund/Cancellation Policy Cancellations, Returns, and Refunds Policy Thank you for shopping at Walt Grace Vintage. If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, we're here to help. Our products can be returned, at the discretion of Walt Grace VIntage, for store credit, or refund within 7 days of the original purchase of the product. To be eligible for a return, please make sure that: The product was purchased in the last 7 days Please contact us before you send the product: By phone number: 786-483-8180- By email: info@waltgracevintage.com- By visiting this page on our website: http://www.waltgracevintage.com/contact Send the product with its original packing to: 224 NW 27th Street Miami, Florida 33127 Shipping charges Shipping charges incurred in connection with the return of a product are non-refundable. You are responsible for paying the costs of shipping and for the risk of loss of or damage to the product during shipping, both to and from Walt Grace Vintage. Damaged items If you received a damaged product, please notify us immediately for assistance. Contact us If you have any questions about our Returns and Refunds Policy, please contact us: By phone number: 786-483-8180 By email: info@waltgracevintage.com By visiting this page on our website: http://www.waltgracevintage.com/contact

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1955 Gretsch Duo Jet

Finish: Jet Black Top: Laminated maple Body: Mahogany Body Style: Single Cut Chambered Neck Material: Mahogany Fretboard Material: Brazilian Rosewood Neck Profile: Deep C Neck Thickness: 1st Fret: 41mm 12th Fret: 51mm Radius: 10 Nut Width: 43mm Neck Characteristics: Straight, clean finish, medium jumbo frets, thumbnail inlays. Electronics: Two original DeArmond...
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~1990 Fender Stratocaster

This 1990 reissue of the 1957 Fender Stratocaster is as close as you can get to the real thing without the hefty price tag. The sought-after guitar was made in Japan, but you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between this instrument and the American version. Its maple neck -- complete with cigarette burns on the headstock -- and relic-distressed fretboard makes for great playability....
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1964 Harmony Rocket H59

Another killer guitar from what was once the world's largest guitar manufacturer, Harmony Guitars. Released in 1959, the H59 was an addition to the Rocket Series with three pickups, a four-way pickup switch, and SIX control knobs. For the OCD in every guitarist... This guitar has an excellent sound, even acoustic, and has a real snap to the neck. A unique and beautiful guitar, with tons of...
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1960 Gibson ES-175

This one of of those guitars that most of us only get the chance to play once in a lifetime. All original, with original Lifton case and PAF pickups. Perfectly shaped '60 neck profile that nearly molds itself to your hand, ultra-low fretwire for smooth jazz playability, and a beautiful natural blonde finish with very little wear. Comes with a very smooth aluminum Bigsby (also...
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1994 Fender Telecaster Jr.

This limited edition 1994 Fender Telecaster Jr. is one of 100 that were made back in the early 90s. The gorgeous guitar is in mint condition with a beautiful black to sunburst finish. Its single cutaway 22 fret neck-through body and P-90 pickups are the distinguishing traits of this incredibly rare instrument. The guitar’s tone is warmer than the standard single coil pick ups found in most...
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~2010 Gibson Les Paul 50th Anniversary

For sale is a beautiful 50th anniversary '59 Burst Reissue featuring a one-piece mahogany neck with a historically accurate neck profile, thin fingerboard binding, beautiful two piece maple top, solid mahogany back, and gorgeous Iced Tea Burst finish. Also equipped with an amazing set of Burstbucker PAF repro pickups. In impeccable condition, this '59 burst reissue does an incredible job of...
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1982 Fender Squier Stratocaster

A true collectors item! One of the earliest and most desireable Squiers ever made. No Squier branding—just Fender, as these guitars were first produced to have. About Squier: In the late 1970s and early 1980s Fender was facing competition from lower priced Japanese made guitars. The higher priced Fender guitars were made in the United States and could not compete with the lower prices of...
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1961 Harmony Stratotone

1960’s Harmony Stratotone single pickup model! 100% original, with a chunky C shaped neck. 1 3/4″ nut width and only 4 lbs 11 oz! Guitar has very low output, but sounds great with the amp volume turned up a bit, and even has a nice tone when played acoustically.
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~1960 Silvertone Hornet

60’s Silvertones are a definite favorite with our customers, and this Hornet is no exception. It is a fantastic playing vintage Silvertone with two incredible sounding lipstick pickups. It has the big chunky and wide neck that fans of these guitars love, with a classic Silvertone sound thanks to the original lipstick pickups. Truly a great sounding and feeling guitar.
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~1992 Fender Stratocaster MIJ (Made in Japan)

1992 Fender '54 Stratocaster RI. Made in Japan. They got a lot of the details right on this reissue. These early Japanese instruments were very well made and are starting to become increasingly sought after because of it. A little play-wear, but very good condition all around. Nice soft V-shaped neck feels great and plays great across the entire fretboard. Sounds excellent, has a nice snappy tone...
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2003 Fender Custom Shop 1960 NOS

2003 Fender Custom Shop 1960 NOS 18 % off
Here is an extremely nice Stratocaster from the Fender Custom shop. It’s a two-owner guitar, but it is in nearly mint condition. It is a ''NOS'' that now looks more like a ''closet classic'', few small mark here and there and minimal play wear. Basically the guitar is all original but with a few small reversible mods -5 way switch (3 way in the case) -middle tone control linked to control...
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1957 Gibson ES 225T

1957 Gibson ES 225T 12 % off
Before the ES-335, 345, 355. Before the ES-330, and the humble 125TC. Before any of the legendary series of Gibson thinlines that changed guitar design forever, there was this slim blonde beauty, where it all began. This one is a super clean one owner example. Changed tuner buttons, and a a very strange strap contraption (button) added to heel on guitar (see pictures). Other than that,...
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