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~2000 Gallien-Krueger 1001RB Mark-II

Rule the stage with this monstrous but reasonably compact (for its might) bass amp from the folks in Stockton, California. 460w @ 8 ohms, 700w @ 4 ohms, plus a 50w horn amplifier. Flexible EQ, boost and master volume, the very useful GK “contour” control, built for hard use on the road, tremendous power and clarity. Biampable, balanced out with level control, Speakon connectors, comes in durable...
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1967 Fender Telecaster

Lacquer finish, Klusons, maple cap fretboard. And even with all those cool early features it gets better. It’s a rare factory original Olympic White over the original Tele Blonde (finish over finish from the factory). For many the best year for Telecasters. Why? The sharp edge of the body is like the 50’s Teles. The Klusons (ditto), the lacquer finish (ditto). And flush string ferrules!...
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1971 Fender Telecaster Bass

Blonde on slab ash body, super-clean, Fender’s first reissue. Big, wide maple neck and a great-sounding original early '50s-style single-coil pickup, three-ply white guard, gold logo, knurled Telecaster knobs, pots date to the 16th week of ’71, all-original down to the bridge and pickup covers, thumbrest, manual, and black tolex hard case. Plays very well, sounds fantastic, and extremely cool....
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1979 Fender Precision Bass

Sienna Sunburst, this is a really cool bass, light ash body, nice color that shows the wood grain. It’s all stock and at the period when Fender just started making guitars with white plastic. Classic wide neck, beautiful to look at and great tone. P-basses are hot. Sorry to say it but, best hurry.
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2018 Gibson ES-330TD

Sunburst, near mint. thicker neck not too big, great sounding P-90 pickups, looks great with yellowed lacquer. A shame they don’t make these anymore as it sounds great, cleans up well when turned up has a great growl. Comes with with COA, polish cloth and warranty card in the original hard case.
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1972 Gibson ES-175D

Sunburst, a great sounding jazz guitar that is factory original with original pickups, tuners, wood bridge and pickguard. Has some finish checking and medium fret wear (playable as is). Previously owned by Prairie Home legend Pat Donohue. Comes with the original hard case.
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1974 Gibson EB-3

Walnut, mahogany body, 30” scale, easy playing short scale vintage Gibson bass, two pickups, four way tone selector switch, all original and in good shape, no breaks or repairs, 9.5 pounds, very nice example, comes with the original hard case.
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2011 Gibson Les Paul Studio 60's Tribute

Black, chambered body so nice and light, dual cream covered P-90 pickups, unbound rosewood fretboard with trapezoid inlays, comfy slim taper 60’s neck profile, shows lots of playing wear so you don’t have to baby it. Comes with a non-original hard case.
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2015 Gibson ES-335 Studio

Sunburst, quite clean no frills Memphis made 335, C neck profile, Super ’57 Classic humbuckers, Grover tuners, shows light playing wear but nothing too serious, comes with the original COA and warranty card in the original hard case. A bargain.
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2016 Fender Ltd. Ed. Am. Pro Tele Rosewood Neck

Surf Green on alder body, very cool and comfortable rosewood neck and fretboard. This one has an upgraded custom shop Nocaster pickup in bridge position and a twisted tele in the neck. Also has changed bridge saddles. In good shape with some playing swirl type light scratches on top and back. Comes with a non original hard case.
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2019 Martin OM-28 Modern Deluxe

Natural, innovative new model incorporating the best tried and true vintage and modern features. Has a Sitka Spruce top with VTS (torrefied) for an aged vintage tone, Bold Herringbone top trim (for vintage deluxe style), East Indian Rosewood back and sides, hide glue construction, dovetail neck joint, ebony fingerboard with abalone diamond and square inlays, 1 3/4” nut width, Adirondack Spruce...
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2019 Fender Custom Shop '69 Tele Thinline Journeyman Relic

Faded Inca Silver on ash body, super light at 5.75 pounds, beautiful quartersawn maple neck with round lam rosewood fretboard, 9.5” radius, 6105 frets, ’60 Style Oval C neck profile, .850” at 1st fret and .920” at 12th. This thinline stunner has great sounding Custom Shop ’67 Tele pickups, a tastefully aged nitro lacquer finish and sounds as great as it looks. Comes with a COA and all the custom...
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1969 Gibson SG

Cherry Red, minty clean. We dare you to find one cleaner. The chrome sparkles and the finish shines. From the big guard era just like AC/DC, Jerry Garcia and Gary Louris. A fantastic sounding instrument that is collector grade. Logo with open b and open i, trapezoid inlays, spotless one piece neck with nickel Klusons, original Maestro vibrola. Every screw is factory correct. Comes with the...
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~1955 Stella Mandolin

Made in Chicago, gotta love the faux tigerstripe flame (it’s not maple). But low action and great sound for the price. Newly-replaced tuners and new padded gig bag make it a good knockaroung/keep-it-at-the-cabin/stage mandolin. 10 pounds of fun in a 5-pound bag (it’s an expression, it doesn’t weigh anywhere near that).
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2019 Collings I30 LC

Blonde on maple laminate body, fully hollow with parallel trestle bracing, very resonant unplugged almost like an acoustic, bound rosewood fretboard with MOP dot inlays, 1 11/16” at nut, perfect late 50’s style C neck profile that is .865” at the 1st fret and .967” at the 12th fret. Great sounding, very musical Lollar Dog Ear P-90 pickups, 15” wide body for easy playing comfort, immaculate build...
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1979 Gibson Les Paul Custom

Oh yeah. Non-sandwich Honduran mahogany body with maple neck, bound ebony fingerboard with pearl blocks, "patent stamp" humbuckers, Gibson-branded metal keystone-button tuners, "Nashville" bridge and stoptail, black pickguard, split-diamond headstock inlay, all the usual Custom stuff. Tobacco Sunburst...everywhere. This is from that peculiar Norlin period that when Gibson did tobacco burst, they...
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~2000 Amistar Style O

These small batch resonator guitars are made in the Czech Republic and offer a fantastic value. This one with added pickup and recent set up. Comes with a sturdy hard foam gig bag.
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1952 Fender Telecaster

Butterscotch Blonde refinished by Lays Guitars. A feather weight at under 7 pounds. These early blackguard teles are the godfather of all vintage electric guitars. Being of course the first solid body electric. The strat wasn’t even designed yet. In the 60’s after Mike Bloomfield was seen with a Telecaster many other guitarists said: When did teles have black pickguards? But it was the tone...
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1992 G&L SB-2

Pearl White, all stock clean, P&J style pickups, slim neck, plays great, slim neck, It’s sad that most G&L’s are made overseas. Comes with the original hard case.
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1973 Gibson EB-4L

Walnut, a rather rare bass with 34” scale. Clean no breaks, all stock, Honduran Mahogany body, lacquer finish. Kinda cool and you’d be the only kid on your block to play one. Comes with the original semi-hard faultless case.
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1950 Gibson BR-9

Very clean, these are sleepers with remarkable bass for such a small amp. 2x6V6 power section, 8" alnico speaker, went through the shop right before we got it (replaced mains cable). Nice condition, really great sound, originally designed to accompany Gibson's BR-9 lap steel guitar, plenty of headroom and richness. And did we mention it's amazing mid-century with a vestige of Art Deco good looks?
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1950 Gibson BR-9

Ex cond. Like other Gibson electric guitars these early BR-9s had non-adjustable "slug" pole piece pickups (later they had P-90s). These early pickups sound great for steel (more like the square-magnet alnico pickups in tone). If you get one - get one of these. Original case (handle broken).
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1959 Martin 0-18T Tenor

Natural, Sitka Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, a nice clean great sounding tenor with great projection. Get your Kingston Trio cover band back together. Comes with a new gig bag so reduced price.
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1962 Fender Bassman-Amp

So we have here a blonde 1962 Bassman head loaded into a 2x10" combo. One of the world's most classic amps is the white tolex-era Fender Bassman. Fender was the first to use a presence control (on the two-channel heads you see the line on the control panel that means it's a "master" control for both channels). This more or less controls the negative feedback loop. You might think of it as a tone...
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1937 Gibson L-7

"Advanced"-body, sunburst finish, EX-. Script-logo prewar solid-top Gibson L-7. 17" body, hand-carved top, tap-tuned, X-braced, bound headstock with double-handled vase with curlicues inlay, varied-pattern inlays with rectangular outline starting at first fret on bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, flamed solid carved maple back and maple sides. The L-5's little brother has many of the same...
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1997 Fender American Standard Stratocaster

Sunburst on alder body, rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, 9.5” radius, three American Standard Stratocaster pickups, TBX tone control, 5 way selector, in good shape with a couple of small nicks on back and light playing wear on top, a solid US made utility strat, comes with a gig bag.
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1996 Hamer Archtop GT

Goldtop, arched maple top with binding on mahogany body, unbound rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, stock Duncan P-90 pickups, two volume and one tone control, no breaks or repairs, bit of finish wear touched up on edge of fretboard, these are such great US made guitars, comes with a hard shell case.
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~1920 Gibson A3

Ivory finish, original rare finish, bound fingerboard with do inlays, in good shape, some good honest playing wear through the finish, minimal top sinkage, warm woody tone in a distinctive ivory finish, comes with the original hard case.
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~1968 Vox Super Berkeley III V1083

Made by the Thomas Organ Company of Sepulveda, California, the V1083 Super Berkeley head was a beefed-up iteration of the Berkeley II with two channels, reverb, and pumping out 32 watts RMS. As a general rule, solid-state guitar amps tend to be kind of lame but some of these Thomas Organ Vox amps sound kind of great - crunchy and bright and very, very late-'60s. Brilliant and normal channels, two...
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2016 Fender Ltd. Ed.'52 Korina Telecaster

Blonde on korina wood (historically a Gibson choice wood), but Fender did experiment with korina. Expect a bit of mahogany tone on this 9.75 pound Tele. These flat pole pickups have enhanced bass. An American made ’52 Tele except made of Korina. Comes with the original hard shell case.
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