Willies American Guitars
Willie/Doug
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1955 Gibson ES-225T

$2,295
Sunburst, first year of issue. Of course you know the 225 has these items over the 125: bound fretboard and logo in pearl (not silk screened) and beveled pickguard. Big neck, great sounding pickup. Shows some finish checking but otherwise rather clean. Comes with the original soft shell case.
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2019 Blackbird El Capitan

$3,795
Small jumbo, dimensionally comparable to an Olson Mini-Jumbo or Gibson J-185, made from "Ekoa" linen fiber, 1.75" nut width, 25" scale length, nice and light at 4.75 pounds. These are perfect cold-climate (or desert climate) guitars. Ekoa linen fiber is light, very durable, and humidity/temperature stable so you can take it anywhere. Its a one-piece guitar with a hollow neck for added projection....
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$5,900
Now this is the real deal. A clean early '70s Les Paul Custom in ebony, gold hardware, Grover "waffle-back" tuners, "patent sticker" humbuckers, bound ebony fingerboard with pearl blocks, bound headstock with split-diamond inlay, double-bound Honduran mahogany body, and at a little under 9 pounds, light for a Les Paul generally, crazy light for a '70s Custom. Like we said, quite clean, minimal...
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2010 Fender Custom Shop Custom Deluxe Stratocaster

$1,999
Olympic White on alder body, nitro lacquer finish, shows a hint of finish checking, lightly flamed maple neck with a chunkier round profile, killer sounding Abigail Ybarro wound pickups, locking tuners, some jean rivet wear on back but nothing too serious, great shape overall nice light 8.6 pounds, all in good working order and ready to play, comes with the original coa in the original deluxe...
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2019 Paul Reed Smith Custom 24

$3,600
Flame maple top in Whale Blue. his is the number one selling PRS. With its carved maple top, set mahogany neck and mahogany body, 25” scale length and 24 frets it’s typically what you think of when you think of PRS. Rosewood fingerboard and headstock veneer, now with five-way blade pickup selector, 85/15 pickups (you’ll love them, they're inspired by the original 1985 PRS Standard Treble and Bass...
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1994 Fender American Standard 40th Anniversary Stratocaster

$899
Near-mint with original case and papers, still has the plastic on the pickguard. 1994 was the 40th anniversary of Fender's introduction of the iconic and influential Stratocaster guitar (notwithstanding the curious fact that it almost got axed in the late '60s until Jimi Hendrix cemented its place in the lineup indefinitely) and Fender celebrated four decades of Strat production with some...
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2018 Fender American Original Series '60s Telecaster

$1,399
Nitrocellulose lacquer finish in striking Lake Placid Blue, very clean, little-played recent example, good weight at 7.5 pounds, comes in deluxe original hard case with all case candy and COA. This model, with its double-bound body, round-lam rosewood fingerboard with pearl dots, and spaghetti logo is essentially a '64 Custom Telecaster reissue, although updated for modern lead playing with a...
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1997 Guild Starfire II base

$3,250
James "Hutch" Hutchinson is one of the most recorded bass players of our time, and a dear friend of Willie's. Don't tell him but we have lowered the price of the basses Guild USA made for him. They come with signed letters. Don't think for a second that Guild would have made anything but the best for a guy like Hutch. This one is in black on a double-bound hollow mahogany body, two humbucking...
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1997 Guild Starfire II bass

$3,250
James “Hutch” Hutchinson is one of the most recorded bass players of our time, and a dear friend of Willie’s. Don’t tell him but we have lowered the price of the basses Guild USA made for him. They come with signed letters. Don’t think for a second that Guild would have made anything but the best for a guy like Hutch. This one is in cherry on a double-bound hollow mahogany body, two humbucking...
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1955 Gretsch 6189 Electromatic

$1,750
16" cutaway archtop in Jaguar Tan, bound top and back, laminated spruce top, Melita bridge with "G" trapeze tailpiece, one DeArmond single-coil pickup in neck position, block inlays on bound ebony fingerboard, vertical "Electromatic" on headstock, open-back metal-button tuners. Those of you with deep Gretsch lore may have read the listing title and description, grabbed your copy of the Gruhn...
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2019 Gretsch G6136B-TP Tom Petersson Signature Falcon™

$3,799
Our pal Tom Petersson of the legendary Cheap Trick now has a couple of extremely cool Gretsch signature-model basses inspired by the White Falcon, and we just got this beauty in. Double-cutaway tbinline semi-hollow, maple top, back, and sides, maple neck with ebony fingerboard sporting mother-of-pearl humpblock inlays with feather engraving, gold body binding, gold plexi pickguard, gold hardware...
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1948 Martin D-28

$10,900
Brazilian rosewood, VG++. Priced within reach because of a repaired headstock and replaced tuners. Otherwise, crack-free with a tall saddle and just what you'd expect from a 70 year-old Brazilian dreadnought Martin. Strikingly pretty bookmatched back. The top has wear - let our photos speak to that. The bridge has been replaced, but the work was very nicely done. This '40s Martin is a dream...
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~1955 Newcomb portable amplifier

$295
These industrial-grade amps were made in Hollywood, California and the bulletproof electronics were built to be durable enough for teachers and students to abuse. We modded this with a 1/4″ guitar input jack. 9 pounds and 4 watts make this a perfect amp for an apartment. Cool-looking, 6″x9″ oval loudspeaker, pedal-friendly, way cool.
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2011 Gibson Historic '57 Les Paul Goldtop

$3,500
Goldtop, classic historic Les Paul with light mahogany body, bound rosewood fretboard with crown inlays, medium fat neck, comfortable without being too huge, good sounding humbuckers, some pick scratches in between the pickups and a few scratches on back, no breaks, weighs 9.5 pounds, comes with the original coa, hang tags in the original hard case.
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2019 Waterloo WL-K

$2,800
Light Sunburst, featherlight, 12 frets to the body, an homage to the Kel Kroydon branded guitar from the 1930’s. Has a dry vintage style tonality from the lightly braced Spruce top, mahogany back and side and thin lacquer finish.The scale is 24 7/8” with a 14 3/4” body width. The neck is a mid sized oval profile with a rosewood fingerboard and 1 3/4” nut width along with 2 3/8” saddle spacing for...
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2019 Collings MTO

$3,550
Natural, the more affordable Collings fine hand carved mandolin with an upgraded gloss top finish. Also features: Carved Englemann Spruce top over Eastern Flamed Maple produces a firm bass and low mids for an open tonality. 1 3/16” nut, 13 7/8” scale, oval sound hole. Very clear and beautiful tone. Comes with a new hard case. Serial #A4335
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2019 Collings OM1A Tradtional Sunburst

$6,750
Western Shaded Top, upgraded Adirondack Spruce top, Honduran Mahogany back and sides, ebony fingerboard with dot inlays, 1 3/4” nut width, traditional package features including: hide glue construction, ultra thin nitro lacquer finish, traditional scalloped pre-war X top bracing with no tongue brace, bone nut and saddle, crisp clear present tone, every note resonates all the way up the neck, a...
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2019 Fender Custom Shop '52 Journeyman Relic Telecaster

$4,800
Vintage Blonde on ash body, what a great look! sorted for lightweight, nitro lacquer finish, we had this one made with a maple neck with a ’60 Style Oval C neck profile for something different and very comfortable, also 9.5” radius and 6105 frets. The neck is .790” at the 1st fret and .930” at the 12th. Feels great! The pickups are hand wound ’51 Nocaster flat pickups Enjoy another custom shop...
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2019 Fender Vintera Jazzmaster

$999
Ice Blue Metallic on alder body, gloss poly finish, nice new model from Fender Mexico, Pau Ferro fretboard with dot inlays, 7.25” radius, 21 vintage frets, vintage style 60’s single coil pickups, one volume and one tone control, lead/rhythm circuit switch, two thumbwheel switch for neck volume and tone, three way pickup selector, killer vintage tremolo, lots of vintage vibe, comes with a new gig...
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2019 Martin 0-18

$2,100
Natural, just in used model with an added K&L pickup installed, 24.9" scale, featuring a Sitka Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, ebony fingerboard with old style 18 abalone dot inlays, 1 3/4" at nut, ebony bridge, scalloped 1/4" top bracing with non scalloped tone bars, nickel open back tuners, sounds amazing, incredible volume for its size, does show playing scratches on back, some through...
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1982 Gibson Sonex-180 Deluxe

$695
Candy Apple Red, single-cutaway Les Paul-shaped solid electric, “Multi-Phonic” body (wood core with external resin shell), two “Velvet Brick” zebra-coil humbuckers, bolt-on mahogany neck with Gibson-branded keystone-button metal tuners, “The Gibson Guitar Company U.S.A.” silkscreened logo that dates this to July of 1982 or later, unbound rosewood fingerboard with pearl dots, “Sonex-180 Deluxe”...
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1970 Gibson ES-150D

$2,999
Laminated-maple hollowbody electric in walnut, three-piece maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays, unbound headstock with crown inlay, plastic keystone-button Kluson tuners, black three-ply guard, three-way switch, patent sticker humbuckers, witch hat knobs, master volume on lower bout, ABR-1 bridge and trapeze tailpiece, "Made in USA" stamp but no volute. Well now, we...
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2005 Martin 0000-18DB

$2,295
"Custom" stamp on neck block. Ex- condition. Larger than it looks, the body is 16" wide (like a dreadnought) and 4.5" deep (ditto), long 25.4" scale length, 1 & 3/4" nut width, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, tortoise binding on top and back, mahogany neck, unbound Indian rosewood fingerboard with pearl dots, rosewood bridge, rosewood peghead veneer with gold Martin decal....
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1974 Gibson Les Paul Signature

$3,995
Very clean, gold top finish. Well now, we haven't had one of these wonderful curiosities in a while. Structurally more of an ES-335 than a Les Paul being a laminated maple thinline semi-hollowbody, albeit an asymmetrical one with a post "Mickey Mouse ears" upper bout and a vaguely Les Paul Standard-shaped lower one, a square square center block, and a three-piece maple neck. Electronically is...
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2017 Fender Tony Franklin Fretless

$995
Stripped finish, maple neck, C shape with unmarked and unfinished ebony fretboard with side dots. American Vintage bridge, three way switch. The pickups are factory original. The tuners are changed to nickel vintage style. Tony Franklin signature on neck plate, pretty light and plays great. Comes with the original hard case.
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2018 Fender Midnight Telecaster

$1,250
One of three models comprising Fender Japan's limited-edition "Midnight" series from 2018, along with the Midnight Stratocaster and Midnight Precision bass. '60s-esque vintage Telecaster Custom features such as an double-bound alder body, maple neck with 7.25"-radius rosewood fingerboard, but dressed up in a lovely glossy black finish, matching black headstock, 3-ply black pickguard, and gold...
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2016 Martin D-18 Dreadnought Centennial

$2,150
"Dreadnought Centennial" stamped on neck block, solid Sitka spruce top, solid mahogany neck, back, and sides, tortoise binding on top and back, tortoise guard, unbound ebony fingerboard with pearl dots, ebony bridge, rosewood headstock veneer, open-back Grover tuners, 1 11/16" nut width. So, for the most part a nice government-issue D-18 but commemorating the 100th anniversary of Martin's...
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2019 Nash PB-63

$1,960
Sunburst on alder body, medium aging, rosewood fretboard with clay dots, C neck profile, back of the neck is very smooth and playable, great sounding Lollar pickups, nice and light at 8.5 pounds, super cool new Nash bass, comes with a new hard case.
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1979 Gibson Les Paul Standard

$2,750
Natural, an optional finish. In 1979 Gibson made a lot of Les Paul Customs and deluxe’s. Les Paul Standards less so…go figure. Wine Red and Tobacco Sunburst were the standard colors, Natural finish was an option. So, you don’t see many but it’s a great color on a Les Paul. This guitar has had fresh frets so plays great (you’re welcome). Shows hints of flame, neck worn to satin finish, tuners...
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1996 Gibson Les Paul Studio

$850
Black gloss finish, VG+. Cool Les Paul Standard-style trapezoidal inlays on an unbound rosewood fingerboard, but the guitar has some sexy wear on the front and multiple dings and scratches on the back. Decent weight at 9.1 pounds, Kluson-style Gibson Deluxe tuners with plastic keystone buttons, cream guard, "Studio" truss rod cover, gold speed knobs, Nashville bridge and tailpiece, 490R/498T...
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