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1958 Fender Champ

Just in, cleanest on the planet!
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1998 Guild J-65 BL

Blonde, EX++, jumbo flattop (think Guild’s J-200). Has a high grade Sitka Spruce top, highly flamed maple back, sides and neck. Yeah, you might hear JF-65 but this was from the estate of Pete Alenov of “Pete’s Guitars” fame. He bought this from the Westerly factory just before they closed. He passed away about a year later. The family just now decided to let it go. It shows pretty much as new...
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2014 Fender Custom Shop '66 Stratocaster Relic

Vintage White on alder body, nitro lacquer finish, in good shape with all of the original COA and custom shop tools, classic ’66 features like the big headstock, gold logo, single string tree, rosewood fretboard with pearl dots, chunkier C neck profile, nice and light at 7.8 pounds, all tastefully aged by the custom shop thirty years ago and by time playing. Comes with the original black hard...
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2019 Gibson SG Jr.

Cherry on mahogany body, unbound rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, single P-90 pickup, super light and fun to play, some big jean rivet scratches on the back, nice one, comes with a gig bag.
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1964 Fender Deluxe-Amp

Non-reverb. These Deluxe amps without reverb are rare but are lighter with same 22 watts of power and are sweeter in tone with a touch more overdrive. Two channels offer separate tone for 2 guitars or having a “guest” guitarist, panel says “Fender Electric" and the original transformers are dated the 30th week of 1964. The Fender-branded Oxford speaker is replaced but dates close at the 6th week...
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1994 National Polychrome Reso Uke Prototype

Prototype? Yes, Willie is a huge uke fan and was one of the first National dealers in the country. You’ll note it only has two dots on the fretboard over the body. Current “post proto” ukes have four dots over the body (so very prototypical). These are famous for volume and projecting loud enough to be heard over other instruments. Made back when Don Young and Mcgregor and Marie Gaines owned the...
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1965 Ampeg Reverberocket 2

Just bought from the 91-year-old original owner. Handle looks bad but still works. This is taller than a Deluxe, but also much lighter. Original 12” CTS alnico speaker. Works well so we’re selling without sending it through the shop ( we’re honest.) Great amp, extra fees for shipping, prefer local sales.
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1958 Fender Studio Deluxe

Steel guitar “set” or “outfit” with tweed amp. Really rare. The last time we saw a one-owner Studio Deluxe set was 30 years ago…and it was this one. Yes, 30 years ago we bought this guitar and amp - sold together in 1958 - from the original owner. Now we have it back. For vintage fans that’s just plain juicy. The amp, a narrow-panel tweed Champ, is a clean, all-original example with its factory...
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2024 Magnatone Super Fifteen

1x12 combo, black vinyl. 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 is what this amp does best, with a little bit of top boost AC30 in there as well, great drive and crispness, nice and crunchy without going over the top. Other features: A birch ply...
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~1940 Martin Style O

Natural, solid mahogany top, back and sides. Has lots of cracks and lots of tone (we know everyone says that). This has quite amazing volume like most Martin instruments from this era. All cracks have been glued before we got it. There are six cracks on the back and one long one on the side. All cracks are repaired. Our customer had it for ten years with no issues. Has a Brazilian Rosewood...
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~2015 Victoria 20112-T

1x12” combo in lacquered tweed, very clean and all-original. Essentially a 5E3 narrow-panel tweed Deluxe clone (lots of people make these but Victoria is among the very best.) Beautifully-made like all of Mark Baier’s amps, handwired with premium components and sporting a great-sounding Eminence Legend 12” loudspeaker. 14 watts from a pair of 6V6s, tube rectifier, 4 inputs, 2 channels, and very...
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2023 Martin D-28 Authentic 1937 Aged

Natural, just in and in great shape, these are perhaps Martins best sounding guitars in the lineup. Hide Glue construction and VTS (vintage tone system) baked wood and braces. All with tastefully applied distressing. Aged Martins also have an exclusive thin finish that adds to the unique tone. Aged Martin guitars will go down in history showing Martin can really dial in that visual, tactile and...
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1960 Gibson L-4C

Sunburst, in excellent condition. A nice all solid wood archtop with nice wood grain. The L-4 had been around since 1912 first as a round hole then with F Holes in the mid 30’s. The L-4 Cutaway came about after World War II as the economy boomed and more players wanted a cutaway and could afford it. “Your first serious carved top” was an old ad. One step below the L-7 yet very much a pro level...
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2024 Paul Reed Smith Custom 24

Striking and complex flame maple "10" top in Faded Whale Blue with hybrid gold/nickel hardware package. Solid mahogany body with set mahogany neck, Indian rosewood fingerboard and peghead veneer, 24 frets, 25" scale length, "pattern thin" carve, 1 & 5/8" nut width, classic PRS bird inlays, and the excellent open-back PRS Phase III locking tuners. Nice weight at 7.9 pounds overall, among the more...
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1989 Fender American Standard Jazz Bass

Purple on alder body, great looking and hard to find color, rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, dual American Jazz Bass pickups, shows playing nicks and scratches all over but no abuse, all original, weighs 9.8 pounds, plays and sounds great, the perfectly playable purple bass, comes with the original hard case and covers.
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1966 Fender Mustang

Daphne Blue on alder body, fresh nitro lacquer refin, lightweight and and fun to play, refret with slightly larger frets with very little wear, original pickups and pots, replaced switches (originals included), neck dates to April ’66, sounds great too, back of the neck is nicely worn, a few nicks and scratches too, a great way to get into a vintage Fender for the price of a reissue. Comes with...
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2015 Fender American Vintage Hot Rod Redwood Telecaster

Natural, reclaimed old growth Redwood body, super light at 6 pounds, maple neck and fretboard with D profile, 7.25”-12” compound radius, Duncan Antiquity pickup in the bridge position and a Dearmond style in neck position, new pots and switch, single volume and tone control, four-way toggle switch (adds series and parallel bridge/neck positions), shows some dings on the body, but sounds and plays...
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2024 Finn Petra Mandola

Natural, Spruce top, flamed maple back and sides, May we please guide your ear to that hand carved and tap tuned top and back. The top is an octave away from the back and the tone is “Le Magnifque”. Yes he hand carved the top, tailpiece, bridge and the MOP inlay without power tools. Each Finn is unique, no two are alike, perfectly imperfect. See the video on Finn on our social media. Sorry, no...
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2017 Collings CJ SB

Slope-shouldered dreadnought with a lovely high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer Western Sunburst top, in excellent condition., with professionally-installed K&K pickup. This amazing guitar plays very well and is a cannon, with well-defined bass, clear mids, and strong but not harsh treble, incredibly rich and articulate. The top is solid baked sitka spruce supported by prewar-style scalloped...
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2015 Collings MT Mandola

Excellent condition, plays very well and with a unique and wonderful sound. A-style mandola with a satin nitrocellulose lacquer dark sunburst finish, tuned a fifth below a mandolin (comparable to a viola), solid Adirondack spruce top with tone bar bracing, Eastern flamed maple back, sides, and neck (rounded V profile), unbound ebony fingerboard with MOP dots, ebony bridge with adjustable saddle,...
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2019 Martin D-18 Authentic 1939

EX+++. Not aged. this has the 1 & 11/16 inch nut width yet with vintage scalloped braces, VTS-aged Adirondack top (a torrefaction or baking process), VTS-aged genuine Honduran mahogany back and sides, and Adirondack braces. The details including trim, headstock, position markers, are all an exacting recreation of a 1939 D-18 as if it were brand new. The tone is huge with that thunder of bass and...
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1964 Danelectro DM10

1x8” combo, 10 watts. In working order and good condition. 2 inputs and all-tube - 6V6 output, 12AX7 preamp, and 6X4 rectifier, volume and tone controls as well as well as vibrato speed and strength controls. Speaker is a great little Jensen C8 8” dated to the 44th week of 1964. Often called “the poor man’s Champ” but it has a cool character all its own. Made in Neptune City, New Jersey.
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Fender Pro Junior

Clean and electronically sound, all-original. In cool factory blonde tolex. 1x10” combo, a fairly aggressive 15 watts from a pair of EL84s, simple volume and tone controls. Lightweight and easy to move around, a very responsive and lively little amp that actually sounds as much like a Vox as it does a Fender, and looks good doing it. Made in Mexico.
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~2015 Fender Blues Junior III

Clean condition, runs well. 1x12” combo in black, all-tube, 15 watts from a pair of EL84s, master volume and reverb, and an Eminence-built Fender Special Design speaker. Light and portable, plenty of power but sounds great at low volumes as well, practical but with some Fender style. Made in Mexico.
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2024 Collings D2HASBT

Western Shaded Top on Adirondack Spruce top with herringbone trim, East Indian rosewood back and sides, traditional package features including: hide glue construction, ultra thin nitro lacquer finish, traditional scalloped pre-war X top bracing with no tongue brace, 1 3/4” nut width. The sum total is a well balanced cannon like authoritative guitar where every note is clear and resonant. An...
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1974 Gibson ES-175

1974 Gibson ES-175 Natural, EX-, these Jazz icons have the working mans jazz guitar since it was first introduced in 1949. With its deep 3.5” body and laminated arched top and back. It produces a warm bass response that softens hearts. The double parallelogram inlays and bound neck give it a classy look. Has a triple bound top and distinctive tailpiece with three raised parallelograms to match...
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1976 Epiphone EA-225

Walnut, kinda neat late 70’s Japanese made bolt on neck semi-hollow. Has two humbuckers, gold hardware and frequensator type of tailpiece. It sounds good and is freshly set up and ready to play, in good working order and comes with an older hard case.
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~1945 Rickenbacker "Electro"

Doubleneck double 8 EX-. These are a really great underrated lap steel. Stamped metal bodies with a full cover plate on back of the body and cast bakelite necks. The dense bakelite is great for sustain. Bakelite, once moulded and hardened is very heat-resistant and does not conduct electricity, hence its wide use in early radios. Old bakelite products can be fairly big collectibles. The...
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2004 Lowden 0-25

Natural, a fantastic sounding used Lowden jumbo handmade in Ireland. Solid Cedar top, East Indian rosewood back and sides, wood binding on body, five-piece mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard sans inlays, 1 3/4” at the nut, added K&K Pure Mini pickup, MOP rosette, two repaired (cleated) top cracks on either side of the waist, shows some good honest playing wear on the top and back, nicks, scratches...
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1982 O'Hagan Night Watch

Left handed electric guitar. Prince. Yes, this is the reason these Minneapolis guitars are a cult item today. Prince. It was not enough that they were neck through construction for better Sustain or that they had a rather unique “German Carve” top. This one has a cool Blue Burst color and appears to be all original. Switch tip? Dunno. Has jumbo frets on a lacquer Maple fretboard with a little...
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