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2023 Fender American Vintage II '51 Telecaster

Butterscotch Blonde on pretty ash body, nitrocellulose lacquer, great weight at 7.8 pounds overall, 1-piece maple neck with “1951 U” shape, Vintage Tall frets, bone nut with 1.650” width, 25.5” scale length, vintage 7.25” radius, Pure Vintage single-line “Fender Deluxe” tuners, Pure Vintage 3-saddle bridge with brass barrels and serial number stamp, 1-ply black pickguard, a pair of Pure Vintage...
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2024 Magnatone Twilighter

1x12” combo in Traditional Brown tolex with wheat grille and  gold Magnatone chevron badge. 22 watts from a 2x6V6 output section, 4 12AX7s and a 12AU7 in the preamp, GZ34 tube rectifier, tube-driven spring reverb, and a custom-voiced ceramic-magnet 12” speaker. So far so good, a very balanced and articulate amp, but the real star of the show is Magnate’s legendary pitch-shifting varistor vibrato...
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2024 Martin D-42

Natural, just in a fantastic new D-42, premium Indian Rosewood back and sides, Sitka Spruce top. Deluxe appointments such as: antique white binding, vintage open tuners, snowflake inlay, abalone with multi stripe rosette, forward shifted scalloped bracing, style 45 back purfling/strip, 1 3/4” nut width, compensated bone saddle, ebony fingerboard and bridge. A stunning bass response with...
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1973 Marshall 1960B

Straight-front with transitional features, large-check grille cloth, black levant vinyl, recessed metal handles, caster cups on top. All speakers are earlier 15-ohm welvic-edge Celestion G12H25s with the T1281 frame code, two are from 1971, one is from 1970, and one has a very faded date code but appears to be from 1968. Some honest stage/road wear but in good shape overall, looks and sounds...
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2024 Paul Reed Smith McCarty

Flame maple top in McCarty Tobacco Sunburst, mahogany neck and body, very light at 7 pounds overall, Bound East Indian Rosewood fingerboard and headstock veneer, bird inlays, “pattern” neck carve, 25” scale length, 10” radius, 1 & 11/16” nut width, incredibly resonant and playable. Pickups are a pair of their excellent McCarty TCI humbuckers, a very musical and vintage-voiced style that really...
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2024 Rickenbacker 360

Jetglo, bound rosewood board with full-length triangular inlays, dual higain pickups, two volume, two tone and one blend control, Rickenbacker semi-hollow with deluxe features and comfortable round top edge, comes with new hard case. $2499
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1967 Gibson J-160E

Sunburst, acoustic-electric, Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, bound Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays, single volume and tone control, 1 9/16” nut width, in good shape, nice low action, plenty of fret life left, all good to go, even comes with the original hard case.
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2024 Martin OM-21

Natural, spruce top, rosewood back and sides, ebony fingerboard with style 28 dot inlays, 1 3/4” at nut, scalloped 1/4” top bracing, modified low oval neck profile with high performance taper, nickel open back tuners with butterbean knobs, very well balanced tone that sits perfectly in the mix, great looking rosewood on this one too, comes with a new hard case.
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2007 Fender Custom Shop Dave's Guitar 25th Anniversary '57 Strat relic

Taos Turquoise, alder body, a replica of Dave’s real ’57 (lucky guy), maple neck and board with a soft V profile, 9.5” radius, medium jumbo frets, custom shop ’57 pickups, in great shape, nice and light at 7.8 pounds, a rare custom color that looks fantastic, comes with the original COA, case candy in the original tweed hard case.
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2020 Fender American Professional II Jazzmaster

Dark Night, These alder-bodied Jazzmasters are hot rods, especially with the Michael Frank-designed V-Mod single-coil Jazzmaster pickups, the modern “Deep C” neck profile, and narrow-tall frets. The “dual circuit” secondary volume and tone controls normally mounted on the upper bout of a vintage or reissue Jazzmaster have been replaced with a simple three-way pickup selector switch that’s very...
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2022 Martin 00-28 Modern Deluxe

Natural, just traded back in, sold by us in 2022, now back with the unsigned warranty card and all case goodies. This is in near-mint condition with just a hint of playing wear. The features include: Natural finish, 14-fret 00-size guitar, X-braced solid Sitka spruce top torrefied for maximum projection by Martin’s VTS technique, solid Indian Rosewood back and sides, 24.9" scale length, 1 3/4"...
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2024 Nash E-63DB

Black, super light at 7.2 pounds, great looking and sounding new Nash guitar, double bound alder body, un-aged finish, single Lollar Special pickup, rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, C neck profile, 10” radius, we haven’t seen too many of these Un aged finish Nash guitars if you like the feel and sound of Nash guitars but aren’t partial to the aging, this is a great alternative. If you haven’t...
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2024 Martin D-28 Street Legend

Natural, satin finish, with visual wear inspired by historic models found in Martin’s museum. Other features are the same as the classic D-28 including a Sitka Spruce top, East Indian rosewood back and sides, Dark Mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard with style 28 MOP dot inlays, 1 3/4” nut width, modified low oval neck profile, 2 5/32” string spacing, forward shifted non-scalloped top bracing. These...
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1978 Fender Precision Bass

Natural on ash body, maple neck and fretboard. It’s tough to beat a 1970’s Fender P-Bass for utility and tone. It’s the quintessential bass sound you’ve heard on so many of your favorite records. This one in good shape, with the original pickup and electronics. It shows some finish checking but no abuse. It weighs in at a reasonable 9.3 pounds and comes with a photocopy of the original manual,...
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1971 Marshall Model 1982A 4x12" cabinet

Slant-front 4x12”, the heavy-duty version of the Model 1960 cabinet, cool earlier features such as basket-weave grille cloth, gold logo, “100” badge in upper left corner, recessed metal handles, black levant covering, and no corners. Inside you’ll find two Celestion G12H30 15-ohm speakers made in 1971 with the “Thames Ditton, Surrey” labels  and two later 8-ohm Celestion G12H30s, one with the...
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2009 Collings 001-12

Natural, 12 frets to the body, high-grade Sitka Spruce top on Mahogany body with classic tortoise binding. Ebony fingerboard with a wider 1 13/16” nut width, bone saddle and nut, 24 7/8” scale. These are louder than the regular 00 14-fret model as more of the string vibration is over the longer body and less on the neck. Signed by Bill Collings, these have pre-war scalloped X braces and an ebony...
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2024 T-Rex Binson Echorec

Analog delay effect recreating the legendary British-made Binson Echorec as made famous by David Gilmour, Hank Marvin, and, interestingly, John Bonham. The Echorec uses neither analog chip nor a tape loop but rather a rotating metal drum with magnetic recording heads. Features include two recording heads with short and long delays, adjustment of drum speed +/- 20%, four individual and switchable...
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1995 Fender Blue Floral Telecaster

Very clean, all-original, and plays great, frets in very good condition, 7.25” radius. “Crafted in Japan”, could be either Fujigen or Dyna Gakki in 1995, basswood body with the lovely Blue Floral pattern on the top, cool clear pickguard, terrific player, nice weight at 8 pounds. Japanese Fenders have always been very well-made and they were often ahead of the curve on reissuing interesting models...
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1963 Epiphone Embassy Deluxe

Cherry on mahogany body, Brazilian Rosewood fretboard missing a few of the dot inlays, two original pickups sound great and have plenty of output, has a repaired headstock break and changed tuners, super light weight at 7.5 pounds and comes with the original hard case. Consigned.
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2010 Fender Custom Shop '56 Stratocaster Relic

Two Tone Sunburst, maple neck and fretboard, ’56 V neck profile, great sounding custom shop pickups back in, the pickup cavities were routed a tad deeper to fit a set of stacked single coils (included in the case), nickel hardware, nice and light at 7.8 pounds, looks like the real thing, sounds and plays great, come with all of the original COA and case goodies in the original tweed hard case.
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1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe

Goldtop, EX. Look close! This beauty has what we believe is a factory-replaced neck. The workmanship is impeccable but the neck replicates 1968-era features: Bigger, one-piece mahogany, small headstock, early “open b, open a” logo, no volute, no “Made in USA” stamp, but oddly has a 1973-range serial number stamp. Yet it has binding nibs on the frets like an early ‘70s neck, flawlessly executed...
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1977 Fender Telecaster

Natural on ash body, 70’s Telecasters are rather hard to find as during the late 70’s Strats and Les Pauls were the rage. This one is pretty much as new with great grain. The pickups of this era have great output, bright but with some low end too. The neck pickup is the perfect contrast with a woody throaty tone. Both pickups have great quack for cutting through the mix. This is all stock with a...
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2011 Collings OM2H Custom

Natural, custom deep body. What deep body? In excellent condition. The longer scale Orchestra Model was originally designed for the guitarist to project over the orchestra. The H, of course, is for herringbone and that means scalloped bracing. This guitar has choice bookmatched East Indian rosewood back and sides and a choice Sitka Spruce top with beautiful bear claw. Note the repaired top crack...
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2024 Martin 00-28 Modern Deluxe

Natural, 14-fret 00-size guitar, X-braced solid Sitka spruce top torrefied for maximum projection by Martin's VTS technique, solid Indian Rosewood back and sides, 24.9" scale length, 1 3/4" nut width, slightly asymmetrical Vintage Deluxe neck profile, European Flamed Maple binding and herringbone purfling on top, Ebony fingerboard with abalone diamonds and square inlays, 1930s-style inlaid Martin...
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2024 Larrivee P-03 Mahogany

Natural, with upgraded mahogany top back and sides, comfy parlor body size, 24" scale length, symmetrical parabolic X-bracing, maple-bound ebony fingerboard with dot inlays, 1 3/4" at nut, abalone pearl rosette, sweet-sounding parlor guitar, comes with a new factory hard case.
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2004 Gibson L-200 Emmy Lou Harris

Vintage Sunburst, L body size, smaller and thinner than the SJ-200, 25.5” scale, with a Schertler Bluestick pickup, Sitka Spruce top, beautiful solid Curly Maple back and sides, bound Rosewood fingerboard with MOP crown inlays, 1.725” nut width, mustache bridge, SJ-200 style pickguard, quite clean, just a coupla pick scratches by the guard, very hard to find model, interior label signed by Emmy...
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1964 Fender Vibroverb-Amp

All-original, 1x15”, 40 watts. These are one of the rarest Fender amps, made only in 1963 and 1964. They would have perhaps faded to obscurity if not for Stevie Ray Vaughan. Derived from the Bassman chassis but with a tube rectifier, tremolo, and reverb. They typically have this this gray-frame 15” JBL D130F speaker. This produces a bass thump where every note pushes a huge fat tone. Quite...
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2024 Larrivee L-03-12

Natural, Sitka Spruce top on mahogany back and sides, great sounding new 12 string from Larrivee, a nice wide 1 7/8” nut width for easy playing, X braced for volume and maple bound body for comfort and great looks, comes with a new hard case. $3049 $2345.44
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1982 Rickenbacker 360-12WB

Fireglo, the WB stands for with binding. After 1964 these double bound guitars were special order only. This era has a deeper neck set for better tuning stability. You’ll see this feature on the famous Rick Light Show models and Geddy Lee’s double neck. The finish has aged nicely with less bright red and more of an Oxblood color. This is all original with the Ric-o-Sound jack and nickel Kluson...
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