Willies American Guitars
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1967 Gibson B-45-12N

$1,250
Natural, Ex-. No cracks but some finish checking, some play wear, and some tape residue on the side from an old set list (how much do you wanna be "Me and Bobby McGee" was on it?). Original Kluson tuners, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, mahogany back and sides, dreadnought-bodied 12-string, does not need a neck set, new nut installed recently, newer pickguard. Set up and ready to play, fresh...
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1996 Fender Custom Shop Pro Junior

$1,495
A Fender Custom Shop one-off Pro Junior in a wild Blue Moto cabinet with "lightning bolt" grille cloth. Formerly owned by Custom Shop co-founder John Page with an email letter of provenance from John. This really distinctive-looking all-tube amp is perfect for your home studio. John had it in his office at Fender, it's a real showpiece in fantastic condition with original Custom Shop cover and...
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1953 Gibson ES-175

$4,500
Sunburst, Ex+. Very clean. Back 30 years ago this lost its case and its tuners to parts pirates. so it now has '70s Gibson-stamped nickel Klusons, same exact holes, and an '80s hard case that fits it well. But everything else is in place - knobs, pickguard, and bridge are all original, and like we said, the guitar is clean, very clean. Really, just light checking and a few dings but crack-free....
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2019 Nash E-52

$1,595
Heavily-aged nitrocellulose lacquer in butterscotch blonde with black guard. A rather striking example of what Fender would call a '52 Esquire with a swamp ash body, nice and light at 7 pounds, brass saddles, a medium-large maple neck with big frets, and a distinctive Lollar pickup. Why do Esquires have such a cult following? Is there a better tone without so many magnets (er - pickups)? See for...
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2016 Dr. Z MAZ 38 Senior Mk. II

$2,249
Blonde tolex with black grille, 38 watts class A, 4XEL84, 3-band EQ, master volume, tube-driven spring reverb, footswitchable EQ bypass boost, integrated Brake-Lite power attenuator, buffered FX loop, light Italian poplar cabinet, British-made Celestion G12-65 12" loudspeaker, handwired with care and premium components in Maple Heights, Ohio, USA. Vox AC30-inpsired amps are a Dr. Z specialty, and...
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2011 Carr Mini-Mercury

$1,499
1xEL34 (any tube with a similar base will work), 1/10 of a watt up to 8 watts with its integral power attenuator, 10″ Eminence Patriot 'Lil Buddy loudspeaker, tube-driven spring reverb, point-to-point wired, solid pine cabinet, top-quality components. Now discontinued and replaced in Carr’s lineup by the more Marshall-y Mercury V, this example of the more Fender-like first-generation Mercury is...
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2019 Rickenbacker 4003

$2,159
Jetglo, bound rosewood board with full-length triangular inlays, dual 4003 pickups, two volume and two tone controls, vintage pull tone switch, ric-o-sound input, a great bass in classic Jetglo, comes with a new hard case. $2159
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1955 Fender Esquire

$13,500
Being truthy like we are, we gotta tell ya this guitar came to us well-used. It was a session guitarist’s instrument, dragged from gig to gig in the subways of New York City. In the ’70s ’50s Teles were 20-year-old used guitars and, like vintage sports cars, not as coveted as they are today. This one had a funky mini-humbucking rout in the neck, changed tuners, and was stripped to natural finish...
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1966 Silvertone 1457L

$1,800
Guitar with amp-in-case combo, big neck, near-mint. The 1457 amp is much like a Vibro-Champ, an adorable, simple, great-sounding handwired amp with 1 6V6 tube (5 watts) and a cool 8" Jensen speaker. Unlike the single-pickup combo version, these amps had the bigger speaker and tremolo. The Danelectro guitar needs no introduction- we've seen Mick Jagger on stage recently with one, Brazilian...
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1968 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp

$1,895
Ex. Since Fender reissued these by the thousands as a reliable printed circuit-board amp players have been seeking the "drip edge" Princetons (a name given by collectors in the mid-2000s) because they are point-to-point-wired, bulletproof, better-sounding, reverb still licensed by Hammond (the organ company) at the time, and slightly better headroom than the earlier ones. This one has its...
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1966 Gibson B-25N

$2,100
Ex++ A beautiful, natural-finish Gibson small-bodied mahogany guitar with an interesting spruce top, all crack-free, low action, needs no neck reset, very pretty ambered lacquer finish. People get confused by Gibson serial numbers from this period - '66 or smaller-neck '68? Well, Bubba, by 1968 the pick guard was screwed-on and many times had a Gibson logo on it. This guitar has an original...
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2020 Nash E-52

$1,890
Yes! A hair under 7 pounds, attractively mineral-streaked ash body in "Mary Kay" white blonde nitrocellulose lacquer, lightly aged, 1 Lollar pickup in a classic railed bridge with brass saddles, single-ply black guard, chunky C-shaped maple neck with 1 & 58" nut width, 25.5" scale length, 10" radius, and 6105 frets. Tons upon tons of snap and sparkle while surrendering nothing in terms of body or...
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2007 Fender FSR American Vintage "Thin-Skin" '59 Stratocaster

$1,799
Lovely white blonde thin nitrocellulose lacquer on a nice mineral-streaked ash body, chunky C-shaped maple neck, rosewood fingerboard with clay dots, 9.5" radius, 6105-profile frets, 3 vintage single-coil pickups with 5-way selector, has "parchment" guard installed but comes with "mint-green" guard as well, small headstock, "spaghetti" logo, Kluson-style vintage tuners, 8.6 pounds, comes with...
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2019 Fender American Professional Stratocaster

$1,149
Mint with original hard case and unsigned warranty card. Natural finish on lovely ash body, unbound rosewood fingerboard with 9.5” radius, US-made model featuring the new V-Mod Strat pickups with A2 and A5 Alnico magnets for higher highs and deeper lows, "deep C" neck profile which gets a little bigger as you move up the neck, narrow tall frets for deeper bends. Also has a new bone nut, pop-in...
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2019 Fender American Professional Telecaster

$1,149
Near-mint with original hard case and unsigned warranty card! Crimson Red Transparent on ash body, rosewood fretboard with 9.5" radius, really cool US-made model featuring Tim Shaw designed V-Mod Tele pickups with A2 and A5 Alnico magnets for higher highs and deeper lows, new "deep C" neck profile which gets a little bigger as you move up the neck, narrow tall frets for deeper bends. Also has a...
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2019 Martin 00-DB 30th Anniversary Sinker Mahogany

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Last year we called Martin with a request for high-quality Sinker Mahogany. This is wood from the ’30s-’50s that sunk to the bottom of waterways used for logging. After drying, these old trees pick up unique characteristics, very much like a wood time machine. For our 30th Anniversary, we made 10 guitars: four deep-bodied 00-18’s, three 000-18’s and three D-18’s. Each has a baked Adirondack...
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2019 Fender American Professional Jazzmaster

$1,149
Mint condition, even has unsigned warranty card. Candy Apple Red with rosewood fingerboard. 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...
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2020 Fender Mahogany Offset Telecaster

$699
2020 Fender Mahogany Offset Telecaster 22 % off
Demo, with unsigned warranty card. Inspired by the Fender Custom Shop Telemaster "Ace", this nifty guitar puts a full-scale (25.5") scale Telecaster neck (except it's mahogany) on an offset mahogany body of the Jazzmaster/Jaguar style, and with electronics combining a railed Tele bridge with brass saddles and a vintage single-coil pickup with a soapbar in the neck position, and a 3-ply black...
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2003 Fender Blue Floral Precision Bass

$999
"Crafted in Japan", light basswood body (7.5 pounds overall) in super-groovy blue floral pattern, transparent pickguard, chunky maple neck with Telecaster-style headstock, 34" scale length, 1 single-coil pickup, volume and tone controls with domed Tele knobs on a chrome control plate, 2-way bridge. A loose reissue of Fender's rather rare original late '60s Telecaster Bass in this color scheme,...
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1971 Martin D-35

$2,650
Natural, just out of the shop with neck set done, bridge reglued long ago. This is an interesting era for Martin. Early 70’s guitars get a premium over later 70’s and this guitar is an example why. Wide grained top looks like Red Spruce but it’s Sitka. The wood on the back is slightly mis-matched. The previous owner swore the middle was Brazilian but it’s not. Our secret tell your friends...
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2006 Fender American Standard Stratocaster

$795
Here's a bit of a parts-o-caster that's all American-made components with a 2006 American Standard alder body in Chrome Silver with a great set of N3 noiseless pickups, black guard, and tremolo with machined rectangular saddles mated to a 1998 Strat Plus neck , medium "C" shape, rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, Sperzel locking tuners and a roller nut. So other than that issue, something that...
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2017 Fender FSR American Vintage '52 Roasted Ash Tele

$1,595
Natural, great looking roasted ash body and roasted maple neck, U neck profile, 7.25” radius, vintage-style frets, AV ’52 Tele pickups, weighs 7.2 pounds, shows some light playing wear on back, very cool guitar, comes with the original hard case.
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2002 Martin CEO-4

$1,895
Sunburst, limited edition #335, slope shoulder (Martin sticks its tongue out at Gibson), added K&K pickup, Adirondack Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, modified hybrid bracing, deep thump for bass, clear strong highs fairly typical of an Adirondack top. Shows some surface scratches on top and back, no cracks, ready for the stage or studio. Comes with the original hard case.
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2002 Martin CEO-4

$1,895
Sunburst, limited edition #335, slope shoulder (Martin sticks its tongue out at Gibson), added K&K pickup, Adirondack Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, modified hybrid bracing, deep thump for bass, clear strong highs fairly typical of an Adirondack top. Shows some surface scratches on top and back, no cracks, ready for the stage or studio. Comes with the original hard case.
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~1930 Kalamazoo KG-14

$1,895
Sunburst, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, unbound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, chunky V neck profile, clear focused mid-range tone, repaired cracks, ready to go, very nice depression-era Gibson made flat top, comes with a non-original hard case.
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~1930 Kalamazoo KG-22

$1,399
Sunburst, carved archtop, these are basically a Gibson L-50 archtop, carved spruce, tapered headstock, maple back and sides. Big neck. All original with original tuners, bridge and tailpiece and fantastic vintage sound. We repaired a top crack otherwise no issues but we would suggest replacing the pickguard. Comes with a newer hard case.
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2000 Taylor PS-14 Koa Presentation

$5,500
Taylor’s most popular sized acoustic, in one of the more sought after wood combinations, with presentation class inlays. What’s not to love? Master grade koa back and sides, Sitka spruce top, abalone top inlay, Nouveau vine fretboard inlay, headstock torch inlay, bridge and bridge pin inlay. Elegant Venetian cutaway. One-piece mahogany neck – no scarf joint or finger-joint! Includes a...
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2019 Taylor 322ce

$1,599
Mint condition, and featuring Taylor's brilliant new V-Class bracing pattern. Grand Concert model, Venetian cutaway, mahogany top, solid Tasmanian blackwood back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard, bridge, bridge pins, and peghead overlay, gemstone/Italian acrylic inlays, black satin tuners, 24 & 7/8" scale length, 1 & 3/4" neck width, shaded edgeburst satin finish, great-sounding and...
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1976 Guild D-40NT

$1,295
Natural (as the NT indicates), a classic American-made dreadnought, solid spruce top, solid mahogany neck, back (slightly arched, a Guild specialty), and sides, unbound rosewood fingerboard with small pearl dots, rosewood bridge, headstock veneer with the iconic Guild "Chesterfield" inlay, 25.5" scale length, 1 & 7/8" nut width, bound and purfled top, bound back, inlaid rosette, tortoise guard,...
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2002 Gibson Custom SG Standard

$2,899
In vibrant Heritage Cherry nitrocellulose lacquer, essentially an 1961/1962-era Les Paul SG reissue, wide bound rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays on a mahogany neck with a Spanish heel, great access high up thanks to the original SG neck joint design, deeply-beveled mahogany body, small 3-ply black pickguard, black plastic plate between tongue and neck pickup, '57 Classic humbuckers with...
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