• Bonneville S-Style "Sunburst"
    This new guitar was hand built right here in Nashville and is one of the best feeling and sounding vintage style guitars we've played! Made from an aged piece of alder, the 60's style sunburst finish sports an expertly done relic job, while the trio of Arcane pickups and 5-way switch allow for a huge range of great Strat-inspired tones! With a 9.25" radius and vintage fret wire, this guitar is tough to put down! New w/OHSC $2,599.
  • 1978 Ibanez Iceman IC210 "Sunburst"
    An extremely rare, first-year example of this innovative Ibanez guitar. With fewer than 100 made in 1978, these guitars have become highly desirable by player's and collectors alike. Famously used by Steve Miller on "Fly like an Eagle", this guitar features the unique "tripplecoil" Humbucking pickup and 4-way rotary switch. With a great playing neck, lightweight body, and wide array of tones, this is a fantastic example of some of the best Japanese built electrics of the 70s! EXC w/OHSC $4,000.
  • 1970 Gibson ES-340TD "Blonde"
    A beautiful and early example of the Gibson ES-340 in a stunning "Blonde" finish! Similar in design to a 335 but with a unique wiring system and maple neck, this guitar has a huge array of tonal variations making it a very versatile semi-hollowbody electric. One of the cleanest examples we've seen, this guitar includes an original Gibson hardshell case, as well as the original hang tag. The rare "blonde" finish perfectly compliments the maple body, while the pair of patent number Humbucking pickups can be used in and out of phase with each other, making this the ultimate blues guitar! EXC w/OHSC $4,200
  • 1968 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Goldtop"
    1968 represents the first year of the standard Les Paul design returning to Gibson's catalog after being discontinued in 1961. These early models have many of the same features that made the '50s guitars so renowned; single piece mahogany bodies with maple tops, single piece mahogany necks with long neck tenons, and smaller headstock shapes. These guitars are as close as it gets to original 1950's Les Pauls at a price that is much friendlier for most players. This example had a replacement set of tuners at one point but was returned to original and is in excellent condition. The perfect Gibson neck shape make this a fantastic player, while the original "soap bar" P90 pickups sound phenomenal for any style of music. 1950's Les Paul Standards are often though of as the holy grail of vintage electric guitars, but this fantastic guitar from 1968 might be the next best thing! EXC w/OHSC $16,500
  • 1965 Gibson SG Standard "Cherry"
    An incredible example a "transitional" era Gibson SG, this 1965 model features the earlier and desirable small pickguard, as well as '65 appointments like chrome hardware. Purchased from the original owner, this guitar includes all the original hang tags and a goldenrod interior hardshell case. A professional and nearly undetectable neck reset ensure that this guitar plays perfectly up and down the fingerbaord, while the original pair of Gibson Humbucking pickups make this a stellar sounding SG. VG w/OHSC $7,500
  • 1983 Gibson '58 Korina Heritage Flying V "Polaris White"
      Part of an extremely limited run in the early '80s, these Korina Flying V reissues are some of the best V models Gibson has made since the original! Light weight and extremely resonant, the Korina body paired with the original "Shaw-era" Humbucking pickups delivers a distinctive sound that can go from sweet, Albert King inspired tones to edgy, rock sounds like those used by Dave Davies of the Kinks. With an original "Polaris White" finish, black pickguard, and gold hardware, this guitar has the elegant looks to match it's phenomenal sound! These don't appear for sale often! EXC w/OHSC $5,995. 
  • 1964 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    If you've been looking for a killer rosewood fingerboard Stratocaster in "player's grade" condition, this is it! A phenomenal playing and sounding 1964 Stratocaster, this guitar has some light overspray on the neck but remains in otherwise original condition. The original single coil pickups are exceptionally aggressive and make this one of the best sounding Strats we have! With a great playing neck, dark rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays, "Spaghetti" Fender logo, three-tone Sunburst finish, and a mint green pickguard, this has all the desirable features of a Pre-CBS Strat, as well as the phenomenal tone that have made these the favorite of so many great players. This is a great chance to own one of the most desirable era Stratocasters at a great price! EXC w/HSC $17,000.
  • 2006 Gibson Custom Shop ES-355 3 Pickup Prototype "Black"
    This spectacular guitar is an awesome example of the stellar craftsmanship of the Gibson Custom Shop. A unique spin on the top-of-the-line ES modey, this Prototype-marked ES-355 features a third humbucking pickup and Ebony finish, as well as the typical 355 features; Ebony fingerboard, block inlays, gold hardware, and a Split Diamond headstock design. A nearly undetectable headstock repair make this a perfect choice for any player looking for a unique guitar with the classic Gibson semi-hollow tone. VG w/OHSC $2,795
  • 2004 Gibson Custom Shop '57 Les Paul Custom "TV...
    Part of a very limited run of guitars from Gibson's Custom Shop, this 2004 Les Paul Custom model features one of the coolest Gibson finishes, TV Yellow! Though never offered as a finish in 1957 the TV paint job perfectly compliments the mahogany body and top, while the typical Les Paul Custom features like ebony Fingerboard and block inlays and Split Diamond headstock design make this a truly beautiful guitar. With a large profile '50's neck, two humbucking pickups, stop tail and ABR-1 bridge, this guitar plays and sounds as great as it looks. If you're looking for a Custom Shop Les Paul Custom that stands out from the rest, this guitar is a total winner! EXC w/OHSC $4,300
  • 1962 Fender Esquire "Blonde"
    Just in from a private collection, this very early 1962 model is the perfect example of a "Slab Board" Fender Esquire! The large "C" shaped neck from December '61 is one of our favorite Fender neck profiles, and this guitar plays phenomenally all the way up the slab Rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays. The original "See-thru Blonde" finish has the kind of vintage patina that can't be replicated, and with early features like a "Spaghetti" Fender logo, single ply white pickguard, and single line Kluson tuners, this is a perfect guitar for anyone looking for an early rosewood board Esquire. These are definitely some of our favorite sounding electric guitars; the single pickup is extremely raunchy and surprisingly versatile. EXC w/HSC $19,500.
  • 1970's Greco Cherry Model 975 Shrike 12 String "Cherry"
    One of the more unusual electric 12-string guitars we've seen, this very rare Greco model 975 was clearly inspired by the popular Rickenbacker models of the era. With unique "Boomerang" shaped pickups and a wide array of control switches, this guitar can really capture the distinctive 12-string chime heard on so many 60's recordings. Fully functioning and in great shape, this guitar even includes an original hardshell case! $1,450 
  • 1999 Gretsch Tennessee Rose "Dark Cherry Stain"
    A very clean and phenomenal sounding Tennessee Rose, this 1999 example was part of a private collection and only very lightly used. With an original Gretsch branded Bigsby tremolo, Filtertron pickups, and fully hollow body design, this guitar sounds as good or better than any 60's Gretsch we've heard! EXC w/OHSC $1,700.
  • 1965 Gretsch Tennesseean "Walnut"
    Perhaps most closely associated with Beatle George Harrison, the Gretsch Tennessean was the model George used in the film Help, as well as for many live performances throughout 1965. This clean and original example from 1965 features a pair of Gretsch "Hilotron" pickups, Gretsch branded Bigsby tremolo Tailpiece, and the signature painted "F holes", as well as the original hardshell case. A phenomenal example of this classic Gretsch design and a must have for Beatles fans! EXC w/OHSC $2,750.
  • 1968 Vox V268 Ultrasonic "Cherry"
    Representing the top-of-the-line of Vox guitars in the late 60's, the Ultrasonic model features a wide array of unique and innovative effects built in! This semi-hollow thinline guitar features a fast playing thin neck with a double cutaway body, as well as a fuzz, treble and bass boost, repeat percussion, and wah-wah circuit right at your fingertips! All the electronics are fully functional and the guitar includes the original Vox hardshell case. A true oddity that perfectly captures the spirit of the 60's! EXC w/OHSC $2,500
  • 1973 Fender Telecaster "Blonde"
    Just in from a private collection, this fully original 1973 Telecaster is in beautiful condition. Much lighter than many 70's Fender guitars, this example features an original "Blonde" finish, slim "C" shape neck with maple fingerboard, three-ply white pickguard, and the original and extremely versatile single coil Tell pickups. With an original hardshell case and Fender branded strap, this guitar is perfect for players and collectors alike. EXC w/OHSC $3,900.
  • 2007 Gibson Les Paul Classic "Goldtop"
    A favorite of players everywhere, the Les Paul Classic is renowned for being an affordable, American-made Gibson with vintage reissue features. The slim, 60's style neck with rosewood fingerboard, resonant mahogany body and uncovered Gibson humbucker pickups deliver the distinctive Les Paul tone, and this 2007 model features a classic "Goldtop" finish. This instrument includes the original Gibson USA hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,000
  • 1999 Gibson Les Paul Classic "Sunburst"
    A fantastic playing Les Paul Classic, this 1999 example features a thin, 1960-style neck, cherry sunburst finish, and a lightweight mahogany body with a maple top. The original uncovered Gibson humbucking pickups sound great and have helped make this model a favorite of players everywhere. EXC w/HSC $2,000
  • 2020 Biasibetti Flippercaster
    These unique guitars are custom made for us in Italy and exquisitely handmade. Made from original vintage pinball machines, no two are exactly alike and are not only fantastic sounding guitars, but true works of art! Available exclusively at Rumble Seat Music in the U.S., these are some of the most exceptional new guitars we've seen! Call for price and availability. 
  • 1975 Gibson Flying V "Natural"
    Whether onstage with Metal legends like Michael Schenker or KK Downing, or Blues players like Lonnie Mack an Albert King, nothing makes a statement quite like the Gibson Flying V! This radical design was ahead of it's time and took some years to catch on, but players and collectors alike have driven up the demand over the years, making true vintage examples very hard to come by. This incredible 1975 model is lightweight and resonant, with an aggressive and dynamic tone. The neck features a comfortable "D" Shape and the unique body allows for unlimited access to every fret. Original examples like this are becoming rare as many were modified over the years, and this guitar includes the original Gibson hardshell case! EXC w/OHSC $4,500.
  • 1962 Fender Jaguar "Olympic White" w/ Matching Headstock
    An exceptionally cool and rare "Custom Color" Jaguar in original "Olympic White" Finish with matching headstock! This guitar features a great playing '62 neck with a Rosewood fingerboard and "Clay dot" inlay, as well as an original "tortoiseshell" guard. The lightweight body is very resonant and the original "Custom Color" finish with tortoise guard make this one of the coolest looking Jaguars we've had lately. Original matching headstock examples are becoming increasingly hard to find, and this guitar includes the original Brown Fender case. EXC w/OHSC $9,500