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2017 Music Man Cutlass Bass

Cool discontinued model, clean and original with only light playing wear. 4-string solidbody electric bass, lightweight alder body (7.25 pounds overall) in black with 3-ply black pickguard, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 34” scale, 7.5” radius, 1 & 5/8” nut width, oversized headstock, comfortable and generous “C” profile neck, Schaller tuners, and a fantastic passive offset...
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2023 Martin CEO-7 #996

There is just something about the directness of the 14-fret 00. When you have Adi over mahogany, even more so. Ebony board and bridge, modified V neck, scalloped X bracing, 24.9" scale, 1.75" nut width, bone nut and saddle, sunburst finish. Just a great little guitar, and amazingly well-appointed for the price. Comes with a new hardshell case.
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2023 Larrivee 000-44

Natural, gloss finish, upgraded abalone rosette and solid mahogany top, mahogany back and sides, ebony fingerboard with maple binding, 1 3/4” nut width, sounds awesome, with a loud, warm midrange-focused tone. A very nice guitar with all solid woods, gloss finish and stylish upgrades. Comes with a new hard case.
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1959 Gibson Les Paul Jr.

Cherry, EX, a really fine all-original issue-free example. Has no fade, no bridge lean, the original bridge, tuners and pickup. The P-90 is a snarling 9.65K output. Has light finish checking over all of the body but no buckle rash, cracks or abuse. Has the big ’59 neck, the same as your Burst with a slight V that tapers to a C as you move up the neck. This one sounds like an acoustic guitar...
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2023 Rickenbacker 4003

Jetglo, bound rosewood board with full-length triangular inlays, very distinctive grain pattern on the fretboard, dual 4003 pickups, two volume and two tone controls, vintage pull tone switch, ric-o-sound input, fresh from the factory, nice one from our friends in California.
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Rickenbacker 330

Fireglo, if you only have one Rickenbacker guitar, the 330 might be the one to get. These have the tone, feel and style that Rickenbackers are famous for. Other features: unbound rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, two hi-gain pickups, two volume, two tone and one blend control, gotta love these vibrant fireglo 330’s, comes with a new hard case.
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2022 Rickenbacker 660

In striking Fireglo nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck-through all-maple solidbody electric with “cresting wave” shape, lightweight (7.25 pounds overall), checkerboard binding on the subtly-figured top, bound rosewood fingerboard with triangular pearloid position markers, 24 & 3/4” scale length, 10” radius, Gotoh vintage-style tuners, very wide nut (unlike most Rickenbackers) at 1 & 3/4”, a pair of...
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2023 Nash PB-63

Sonic Blue on alder body, finally in after a year-long wait. Another fantastic new Nash bass. This one is nice and light at 8.8 pounds, dark rosewood fretboard looks and feels great, C neck profile, Lollar pickup, light aging, three-ply mint guard, very resonant unplugged, sounds amazing, what a great new bass from our friends in Washington state. Comes with a new deluxe hard case.
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1977 Gibson Les Paul Artisan

Walnut on Maple top that’s mellowed to almost a honey blonde depending on the light, some quite attractive figure on the center panel, lovely yellowed binding and headstock inlay, and speaking of inlay, the defining feature of the Artisan was its distinctive fingerboard hearts-and-flowers pattern and the thin pre-war script Gibson logo. Otherwise a fairly straightforward late ‘70s 3-pickup Les...
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2023 Fender Custom Shop '63 Precision Bass Journeyman Relic

Alder body in aged 3-tone sunburst nitrocellulose lacquer, lovely dark 3-ply tortoise guard, quartersawn maple neck with comfortable and generous ’60 oval “C” profile, round-lam East Indian rosewood fingerboard with clay dots, bone nut with 1.750” width, 7.25” radius, 34” scale length (it’s P-Bass, after all). medium-jumbo 6150 frets. Pickup is a huge-sounding handwound ’62 P-Bass Relic,...
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1966 Traynor YBA-1 Bass-Master Amp

Early production with the scarce script badge, clean and largely original save for tubes and replaced mains cable. Essentially a hybrid copy of the tweed Fender Bassman and Marshall JTM45, these early YBA-1s have enormous transformers and plenty of grunt from the output stage, in this case a pair of outstanding and long-unavailable “Winged C” EL34s. Great-sounding all-tube 12AX7 preamp, and this...
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1972 Dan Armstrong Lucite Bass

Made of finely aged lucite, like nothing you’ve ever seen through. Do you know a singing bass player? Why? Because this is loaded with an EMG pickup and electronics so he or she would not get shocked while singing in a mic. See…there is that. Plus there is a Badass bridge added. Otherwise, these are 70’s icons. This bass is not really worth returning to stock but you might be able to change the...
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2023 Gibson ES-330T

Cherry, dot neck, EX+, we had this guitar 4-5 years ago and boy are we happy to see it again. We look at this one pickup 330 the same way we see Gibson’s other one pickup guitar the Les Paul Jr. or even an SG Jr. These have body binding and a fully adjustable nickel tune-a-matic bridge. This is all stock with nickel hardware, original pickguard and tuners. It’s in great shape with no breaks. Yes,...
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2023 Martin D-18

Natural, Wow! This great sounding new D-18 has a striking wide-grained Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, unbound ebony fingerboard with style 18 dot inlays, 1 ¾” at nut, modified low oval profile with performing artist taper, forward shifted scalloped top bracing, nickel open-back tuners with butterbean knobs, bone nut and saddle, sounds great of course with that distinctive very loud and...
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2011 Fender American Vintage '57 Stratocaster

Black, nitro lacquer finish, nice and light alder body, maple neck and board with dot inlays and a friendly soft V neck profile, vintage style frets and 7.25” radius, killer ’57/’62 vintage pickups with stock three way selector, single ply white guard, shows a few nicks along the edges, but plays great, broken in like your favorite shoes, comes with the original tweed case and papers.
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2023 Fender Custom Shop 50's Thinline Telecaster

Nocaster Blonde on semi-hollow Ash body, a twist on the classic Nocaster model in an aged nitro lacquer finish. Has the big ’51 Nocaster neck with a ’63 Strat C neck shape, 9.5” fretboard radius, medium vintage frets, brass saddles, the neck is .830” at the 1st fret and 1.00” at the 12th fret and weighs in at a comfy 6.5 pounds. Mix all that with a lighteight 6.5 pound thinline body and you’ve...
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2023 Fender Custom Shop '62 Jazzmaster Closet Classic

Light roasted pine body in Amber. Closet Classic finish, not a Relic. Jazzmasters are not known to be light but this one is a feather (6.5 pounds overall). We ordered this pre-COVID and it just came in. Wow. Black features over an ambered lacquered finish. Has hot hand-would flat-pole Custom Shop Jazzmaster pickups with cool black covers. 9.5” radius fingerboard with tall 6105 frets (the easier...
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2023 Fender Custom Shop W20 LTD '50 Esquire Heavy Relic

Black guard, Aged Nocaster Blonde nitrocellulose lacquer. We ordered this 2 years ago and we are excited to see it. Fender calls it a 1950 Esquire so you get all straight-head screws, a body from selected light ash (7 pounds overall), a bigger neck with “V” profile, 7.25” to 9.5” compound radius and with a medium-vintage fret (a bit bigger). A monster. A great handwound ’50-‘51 Blackguard Relic...
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2023 Fender American Vintage II 1960 Precision Bass

Three Color Sunburst, nitro lacquer finish, lightweight alder body (8.5 pounds overall), maple neck with “1960 C” profile, slab rosewood fingerboard with clay dots, bone nut with 1.70” width, Tall Vintage frets, 34” scale length, 7.25” radius, Pure Vintage reverse open-gear tuners, Pure Vintage 4-saddle bridge with threaded steel saddles, 4-ply tortoise guard, an incredibly versatile and punchy...
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1974 Gibson ES-335TDC

Cherry, EX. This is a very cool ES-335, still made in the Kalamazoo factory with original pat. sticker pickups. It plays great, sounds great, and as a 49 year-old classic seems on the cusp of a value increase. It has some scratches and a few dings but is really much cleaner than others we see of this vintage. Has original pickguard, tuners (never changed), and electronics. Nice neck, not too...
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1980 Gibson Flying V

Black, a nice 6.5 pound V. We’ve said for years buy 70’s Gibsons! Our humble projection turned out to be true. Now we get this in and our eyes light up. Tom Petty famously played a Black 70’s V. The new $15K Kirk Hammett ’79 V (you could add gaffer tape). We’ve had Kirk in the store, he is a great guy. This one has some buckle worming and dings but is pretty clean. We saw late 60’s V’s skyrocket...
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2017 Gibson Les Paul Standard T

Tobacco Sunburst, AAA+ flame top, nice and light chambered body at 8.5 pounds, in great shape with some very light playing scratches on back, dual Burstbucker Pro pickups, push/pull volume knobs for single coil/humbucker switching, push/pull tone knob for neck pickup reverse polarity option, slim taper neck profile, sounds and plays great, comes with the original case, strap and papers.
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2022 Finn Weissenborn copy

Acoustic Hawaiian steel guitar. A copy of Willie’s original 1920s Weissenborn square-neck. Note the shape of the headstock, bridge, and inlays. Also note the taper of the neck when viewed from the side - looks totally Weissenborn. Made of reclaimed old wood, it’s the loudest guitar in the store. Square neck, huge tone, very cool. Case extra.
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2023 Magnatone Super Fifteen

1x12 combo in black. 15 watts in class AB, 2xEL84, 3x12AX7 preamp, solid-state rectifier, master volume, 3-band EQ with presence control, and a Magnatone Custom 12" ceramic-magnet speaker. Vintage Marshall-like tones with great crunch, rich and aggressive without being over-the-top. Other features such as a birch ply cabinet, buffered effects loop, and an internal speaker load and speaker...
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2023 Finn Mandolin Gabriella

Gabriella one of over 600 violin and mandolins made by Finn. Each hand carved. Each sound hole shaped specifically to how he “reads” the wood and tone. This new design is for a longer tone bar . The lower bout is a bit larger as well for an amazing long sustaining tone from each and every note. The back and sides are made from select quilted maple. The pickguard and tailpiece cover are from the...
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2023 Larrivee D-03R

if you have one nice flat-top guitar, a rosewood dread might well be your best choice. Full low end, sparkling top, with substantial mids. Solid Sitka spruce top, East Indian rosewood back and sides, maple binding. Nice 16:1 tuners, bone nut and saddle, and satin finish. Plays great, looks great. A value in solid wood, American-made instrument. Arched top hard case included.
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2014 Fender American Vintage '52 Telecaster

Butterscotch Blonde, feather weight killer. Has a lot of natural wear along with it’s hang tags etc and factory cord. At just 6.3 pounds the guitar is as effortless as your best friend. This is a really great Tele with a great medium-sized neck with a slight V. It’s all original and comes with the original red interior tweed hard case.
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1935 McKinney Square Neck Hawaiian

Natural with a Sunburst back, looks like a Kay made smaller body guitar that sounds huge. Body is 37” long, 13” wide, 3 3/4” deep 24 1/4” scale, 12 fret neck joint,. Solid Spruce top, laminate back and sides. Freshly strung with .13 Flattop strings for slide. Simply amazing tone, volume and sustain. Comes with the original hard case.
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1996 Fender American Standard Precision Bass

Black, alder body, rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, all stock, pretty light at 8.7 pounds, shows some playing scratches on the top and back, a solid American-made P-bass, sounds and plays as it should, comes with the original hard case.
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1967 Gretsch Tennessean

Burgundy, VG, right off the bat our shop replaced the neck binding (you’re welcome) and the hot dog bridge is gone. But if George Harrison’s 1965 Shea Stadium Beatles gig still flashes in your memory you might need this. Plays great with all else original including the grey hard shell case.
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