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Gibson Blueshawk

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This guitar is in good condition with only minor fret wear. There are no major dings or any dents, only playing wear on the front and back. Some finish checking is visible on the front and back of the body. Plays great with fast and low action. A great blues guitar!
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DeArmond M75-T

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Amazing value these DeArmond M75-T’s. Built in Korea by Guild, has DeArmond single coils (similar to those fitted to vintage Gretsch and Guild instruments) made in the USA, USA electrics and decent tuners. Solid Agathis set neck and body, DeArmond Bigsby, 2 x volume and 2 x tone. Look closely at the bridge, this is the Roller Saddle Tune-o Matic bridge, made for working with these whammy systems.
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Dean Stylist

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This beautiful guitar has gold hardware and only minor playing wear. The pick ups we switched by the owner to Gibson 57 Classic PAF. The Gibson ’57 Classic Plus Pickup mimics those late-1950s humbuckers that received a few extra turns of wire. This treatment gave the pickup slightly higher output without sacrificing its rich vintage tone, which helped overdrive tube preamps to a smooth level of saturation without becoming overpowering.
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Gibson Les Paul Junior 2004

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The simple, no-nonsense Les Paul Junior has long been a favorite for everything from down and dirty rock and roll, to mean street blues, to raw garage punk. With a light all-mahogany body and one roaring P-90 pickup, this guitar is totally down to business, while surprisingly versatile. Simple, screaming, superbly playable and undeniably hip, the Les Paul Junior has been a force to be reckoned with since 1954, and it’s still a powerhouse here in the 21st century.
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Fender 1995 Telecaster

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This American Standard Telecaster has a rich Lipstic Red Transparent finish which is still in beautiful shape, only a few small dings and no real playing wear on front or back. Extremely clean and solid. Frets have little to no wear either. Rosewood fingerboard is also in great shape. This guitar was not played much. Maple neck like new. Alder Body. Plays great. Weight, 9lbs. Comes with hard shell case.
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1966 Guild T-100

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These guitars are well known because they sound good acoustic, get a thick jazz tone, or rock out in that rock-a-billy style. A very cool, versatile and collectable guitar. The red sunburst finish is in great shape and looks very good. It is currently strung with flat-wounds, so it’s ready for the thick jazz application.
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Silvertone Stratotone 1420

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It’s no wonder these guitars are picking up in popularity. This guitar is a blast to play! Weighing just 5lbs, this extra-thin hollow body is in good shape, only a small point on the pickguard near the bridge has snapped off. Otherwise, less than average playing wear with only minor fingerboard wear at the 1st to 3rd frets.
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Gibson SG 1984

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Stock SG Standard. Only changes are the installation of Grover tuners and new strap buttons. The strap button at the neck was installed on top of old button hole (see pictures) . Tune-o-Matic bridge, Frets and fingerboard in very good shape. Body has average playing wear and a few dings, but clean in general. Some belt buckle impressions on back. Back of neck is totally clean. Frets are fast and low. A great playing and great sounding SG.
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Gibson SG Special 1962

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This SG used to have both a Vibrola and a Bigsby at some time, and the holes remain on the body. The standard wrap-around bridge (intonated for a wound G) was reinstalled. This has original tuners, pickups, and electronics. The neck was professionally reset. Rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays. Original plastics.
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Gibson ES-339 2010

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Manufactured in the Gibson Custom Shop, the ES-339 was introduced by Gibson to bridge the gap between the solid body and the semi hollowbody or, to be more specific, the Les Paul and the ES-335. The aim was to make a guitar that produced all the resonance of a semi – from mellow jazz to clean blues or country – in addition to the fat, searing tone of a solid body, without any of the usual feedback issues associated with a semi-acoustic.
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Dan Electro 1956

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The bolt-on maple neck has a rosewood fretboard, and unique “bottle” shaped headstock with 3 in-line open tuners. Dual lipstick pickups. Body is made of pressboard with a solid center core, and otherwise hollow. All original except the strap buttons. Rosewood saddle and fingerboard. Fingerboard is in great shape. Frets have minor wear. Body is worn with playing marks and lots of love. Some dings on the back of the neck.
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Supro Martinique 1962

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Unlike a lot of the Martinique guitars you see, this one is totally all original with full working electronics. This extremely rare guitar was not built with the Bigsby bridge. The first few of these were made with-out that bridge. This one has the original Brazilian Rosewood bridge with the Pieso pickup and a separate volume control for it. Arctic White on the fiberglass body. This guitar is in great condition. There are finish checks on the top around the output jack, master volume, and upper bass bout. Minor scratches and some finish checks on the back. Fingerboard and frets are original and in very fine shape.
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Harmony Rocket H59

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Introduced in 1958, this 1964 version of the Rocket H59 was Harmony’s entry into the Space Race, a sleek, streamlined instrument that evokes images of NASA’s pioneering ventures into the great beyond. This Rocket is in amazing shape with only minor playing wear on the back. The top is in really good shape. Some finish chipped at the back of the headstock. Frets and fingerboard are in very good shape.
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1972 Gibson ES-335

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Beautiful 1971 ES-335 in excellent condition and all original down to the first set of original frets, which have been crowned and polished. Very strong walnut color, no fading, very little playing wear. This guitar has a 2 on the headstock, indicting some finish wasn’t quite right. But after 45 years, it’s irrelevant, as there is bound to be a few marks by now. Some finish cracks, or crazing, on the top, only noticeable in the right light angle. But it’s still one of the best and cleanest ES-models we´ve ever had. Very comfortable to play and sounds great. The perfect future investment !!! Comes in its original black Gibson hardshell case.
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Fender VG Strat 2007

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For the die-hard Strat player who simply wants a bit more flexibility, plus access to alternate tunings, the VG Strat delivers on playability and sound without allowing the technology to get in the way. This guitar can be played as a normal strat, which is at it’s core. But flick the switch you’re onto a whole new world of tones and tunings available at your fingertips. No outboard gear needed. And you won’t be faced with too many choices which can make synth technology daunting to some. Practical choices are the name of the game here.Playing a Fender Strat shouldn’t require the study of a phone-book-sized owner’s manual. The on-board electronics of the VG Strat add, in a very organic, intuitive way, to what is already a first-class, beautiful instrument.
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Eastwood Airline Tuxedo

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The AIRLINE Tuxedo is based on a vintage hollowbody guitar built in the mid 1950’s, and sold under various
brand names including AIRLINE. This AIRLINE® TUXEDO is a full hollow body design, light wieght and
versatile with a tonal palette suitable from JAZZ to PUNK.
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1956 Gibson Les Paul Special

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Beautifully restored classic with Pelham Blue refinish. Original tuners and P-90’s. Age appropriate pots,
switch and bridge. Medium height and width Frets and fingerboard look like new. Unique and in like new
condition. A beautiful addition to any collection.
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1966 Guild T-100

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These guitars are well known because they sound good acoustic, get a thick jazz tone, or rock out in that
rock-a-billy style. A very cool, versatile and collectable guitar. The red sunburst finish is in great shape and
looks very good.. It is currently strung with flat-wounds, so it’s ready for the thick jazz application.
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Kay 1956 192B

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From the Kay catalogue:
You’ll swing and play like never before with this vintage Kay from 1956. Large master size (17” wide”) Electric cut-away guitar. Slim, thin “speed demon” neck for fast easy player. Equipped with stock “Hi-Fi” pickups with separate volume and tone, as well as 3 way pickup selector. Fully arched spruce, curly maple back and sides, rosewood fingerboard.
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Gibson L7-C 1968

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Carved Spruce top, Maple back and sides with Ivoroid binding still in great shape. Original tuners. Some finish checking on back and top. Rosewood fingerboard. Lawrence A-400 pickup added as well as a Brazilian Rosewood bridge from the 40’s. 251/2 inch scale. Professionally reset neck.

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Framus Sorella Archtop

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Year: 1960, Color: Orange Sunburst, Condition: Excellent, Description: 1960 Framus Model 5/59 “Sorella” All original Bavaria German made S# 27xxx Year of production stamp is “60E” meaning May 1960. Beautiful golden sunburst in excellent condition and plays like a dream. Finish has almost zero checking at all, very consistent. Frets are small but not pitted, medium wear. Very easy guitar to play, low action and a smooth feeling medium thin neck. A punchy vintage European archtop for collector’s and real player’s alike!

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Gibson ES 125 cutaway D

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Equipped with one P90 pickup. The original had 6 Alnico slug pole pieces. In 1950 the P90 transitioned to 6 adjustable poles between two Alnico 5 bar magnets.
The model used for the ES-125 has a string spacing on the neck pickup of 115⁄16″ from high E to low E. The ES-125 also used a tapered dogear cover for their neck position pickups with a thickness of 4/16″ on the treble side and 5/16″ on the bass side. Since the fingerboard sits flush to the body (as opposed to an ES-175) the ES-125 requires a shorter neck pickup than a typical dogear. This pickup is, however, not as short as those found on an ES-330TD which has the pickup mounted flush to the end of the fingerboard.
Coils were wound to approximately 10,000 wraps although DC resistance of these pickups can vary greatly
Volume and tone controls were 500k Audio taper pots. A treble bypass cap value of .022 microfarads was used for the tone circuit. D (Double Pickup) models included a 3 position toggle switch to select each pickup individually or both pickups simultaneously.

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Trini Lopez

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If this were a real Trini Lopez, you would expect to be paying $5000-$7000. Here you can buy a very good
copy at a much more affordable price. This is an almost perfect copy of a Trini Lopez Standard, a rock and
roll model based on the Gibson ES-335 semi-hollow body.

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Crocker Telecaster

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Maple top, solid Mahogany body, Gibson “Gold Top” Nitrocellulose lacquer relic finish, Tobacco Brown back, Multi Creme & Black top binding, Belly Cut.

Custom Metallic Black and Gold floral “ES-295” Pickguard and matching Armrest.

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Gibson Les Paul Standard 1981

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This guitar is in great shape. No issues. Plays and sound incredible. All stock, very well cared for guitar. Top
is clean sunburst figured Maple, with minor wear. Body is Mahogany with average wear and belt buckle
rubbings. Sides are only minor wear, with a ding on the cutaway horn. Super clean Rosewood fingerboard.
with trapazoid perloid inlay.

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Paul Reed Smith McCarty

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Great sound and looks.
2002 PRS McCarty 10 Top.
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Nickel hardware.
All original.
Honey Sunburst.
Rosewood Fingerboard.
Abalone dot inlay.
Wide-fat 22-fret neck.
PRS humbuckers.
Push/pull coil-tap on the tone control.
3-way toggle pickup selector.
HSC included.

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Ratfink Ed Roth

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Rat Fink amplifiers and guitars that are based on the artwork and influences of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. The
guitars include Roth style Neon acrylic pickguard and head stock plate, in brilliant lime green. A Rat Fink
image and logo on the body behind the bridge. The Pearl White Fink RF3 model has an additional Rat Fink
emblem and white head stock plate.

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Shecter Genises G6 Illusion

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You’ll probably never have another chance to be the owner of this rare bonafide Art Guitar. This model was
featured at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for their Dangerous Curves exhibition. Two Humbuckers give it
a great tone range with a three way switch, and simple volume and tone knobs. Plays very well and is
extremely light.

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Gretsch Chet Atkins Nashville 6120DC 1967

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Classic sounds galore on this sweet playing vintage jewel. Here is the sound of Paperback Writer. Here is the
ultra-clean country of Chet, to the fuzz-driven tones from the early 60’s CSNY tracks. Binding is in good
shape: a few checks at the 2nd and 3rd frets, and some minor checking elsewhere. Typical of a 50 year old
Gretsch, but better than most this old. Finish is very nice, smooth and glossy, but has some wear near the
bridge. Frets are in great shape. Upgraded with Grover Imperial tuners.

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Amp In Case

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Sears Silvertone Amp In Case Model 1457. Markings on speakers indicate 1964 origin.
Same as model 1448 but with 2 pick ups. The amp is 5 watts with an 8″ speaker. Original strap and cord
included.
A major part of the rock and roll sound on the street, in the studio and on the stage.

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