• 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Black"
    A great example of a late 60's Les Paul Custom with early features. Les Paul guitars were discontinued after 1961 and reintroduced in 1968. These late 60's Les Pauls are highly sought after and have become hard to find.  This early '69 Custom was professionally refinished in Nitrocellulose lacquer but is otherwise all original. It features a great playing neck with a beautiful ebony fingerboard, one piece body with an ABR-1 bridge and stop tail piece, "waffle back" tuners, "Witch hat" knobs, and a pair of Gibson "T-top" humbucking pickups. A fantastic sounding vintage Les Paul! VG w/HSC $8,500
  • 1958 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    Here is a great playing, late 50's Strat. This is not the typical thin '58 neck, this is more of a beefy neck. It is very comfortable to play and feels great. This has a great playing maple neck and comes with the original tweed case. Other than a refret, this guitar is all original. Three terrific sounding pickups that have the classic Strat tone without getting thin sounding. It is a great weight and isn't too heavy. A fantastic guitar that is a great addition to any collection! EXC W/OHSC $24,500    
  • 1959 Fender Telecaster "Sunburst"
    This Is A Very Rare Example Of Custom Color Telecaster With An Early Maple Neck. A Rare, Transition Era Between Rosewood And Maple Fingerboards. This Tele Features A Fantastic Playing Maple Neck, Single-Ply White Pickguard, A Gorgeous Sunburst Finish With Lots Of Grain Showing Through It And 2-Incredible Sounding Pickups For That Country Twang Or That Raunchy Tele Tone! A Great Rare Guitar For Any Collector Or Player That Wants One Of The Coolest Tele's Around! Also Comes With The Original Fender Tweed Hard Shell Case. Also, It Comes With The Original Hang Tag! EXC W/OHSC $28,500    
  • 1962 Epiphone Crestwood "Cherry"
    One of the cleanest examples we've seen of this rare, Kalamazoo-made Epiphone Crestwood guitars. A step up from the Wilshire and Coronet models, this early, "3- on-a-side" headstock Crestwood features an inlaid headstock ornament with oval inlays on the fingerboard, and transparent pickguard. This fully original guitar features a pair of fantastic sounding mini-humbucking pickups, comfortable '60 slim-profile neck, all nickel parts, and an Epiphone "Vibrola" tremolo tail piece. This is the only Crestwood we've seen with the original Epiphone hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $5,500
  • 1995 Gibson ES-335 "Cherry"
    These mid 90's Gibsons are sought after for a reason! This 335 is fantastic. It has a semi thin, but still very comfortable neck, Grover tuners, two screaming pickups and a nicely flamed top. It has been kept in very good condition and it ready to be played! EXC W/OHSC $3450    
  • Joe Bonamassa "Amos" Flying V Replica
    This Flying V was made by Echo Park guitars for Joe Bonamassa as an exact replica of his 1958 example nicknamed "Amos". It was used by Joe on European tours where travel with Amos was difficult. The aging, neck profile, pickups, and all details of the guitar were custom made to be as close to the real thing as possible. An incredible playing and sounding guitar that includes a letter from Joe detailing the history. EXC w/OHSC $15,000
  • 1965 Fender Stratocaster "Ocean Turquoise"
    A fantastic "player's" Strat, this 1965 example was refinished years ago in a beautiful "Ocean Turquoise" finish, and shows signs of heavy use form over the years. This guitar also features a "Transition" logo, "L" neck plate, comfortable neck profile with rosewood board and pearl dot inlays, and three great sounding single coil pickups. A killer playing guitar with tons of mojo. VG w/OHSC $10,500.
  • 2007 James Trussart Steeltop "Roses"
    This stunning Trussart Steeltop features a killer engraved rose pattern, two phenomenal Arcane humbucking pickups, great playing neck, and the original case and paperwork. A like new example of a cool guitar with a unique look. EXC w/OHSC $3,500
  • 1960s Airline Folkstar "Black"
    Originally sold at Montgomery Ward department stores, this 60's Airline Folkstar was a short lived resonator guitar model. Made from "res-0-glas" and featuring a single cone "Biscuit" resnonator, this is a great playing and sounding guitar with awesome 60's styling like guitars used by J.B. Hutton and Jack White. EXC w/SC $1,100
  • 1965 Fender Mustang "Daphne Blue"
    This all-original 965 Fender Mustang features a beautiful "Daphne Blue" finish. The comfortable, small body and short-scale neck make this an extremely playable guitar, and the two single coil pickups and intuitive tremolo provide a range of great sounds. Originally designed for student players, Fender Mustangs have been used by professional musicians across a range of genres. A great vintage Fender guitar all around. EXC w/OHSC $2,850
  • 1961 Gibson Les Paul/SG Custom "White"
    This is it; the top-of-the-line Gibson SG model! This early 1961 Les Paul Custom is the first of it's kind in the new "SG" body style and comes to us from the original owner. It features all gold hardware, three phenomenal "Patent Applied For" Humbucking pickups, ebony fingerboard with block inlays, side-pull vibrato unit, great playing neck, and beautiful White finish. The range of sounds can go from delicate, out-of-phase sounds in the middle position, to biting and mean in the bridge position. An incredible guitar in fantastic condition; if you're looking of ultimate SG, look no further! EXC w/OHSC $21,000
  • 1969 Gibson SG Junior "Cherry"
    One of the cleanest and best sounding Juniors to come through the shop in a while, this beautiful 1969 model features a single screaming P90 pickup, large pickguard, large-profile neck with dot inlays, and a strong, unfaded cherry finish. This guitar has the perfect p90 growl, it really captures the early 70's Pete Townshend tone. Included are the original case and hang tag. Near Mint w/OSC $3,500  
  • 1967 Gibson Melody Maker SG "Pelham Blue"
    This clean example of a late-60s, SG style Melody Maker is in a rare, "Pelham Blue" finish. It has a comfortable neck with rosewood fingerboard, two single coil pickups, Gibson "reflector" knobs, and a "Maestro" tremolo tailpiece. A great playing, all-original guitar in one of the coolest Gibson finishes. EXC w/OSC $3,200
  • 1962 Gibson SG Standard Ebony Block "Cherry"
    A very rare and sought after "Ebony Block" SG, this transitional model bridges the gap between the earliest "Side Pull" Vibratos and the later "Vibrola" tail piece SGs. This example features two killer PAF humbucking pickups, ABR-1 Bridge, thin, comfortable neck profile, and beautiful, inlaid Ebony Block. A fantastic sounding, highly collectible guitar! Call for a complete, "in hand" description. EXC w/OHSC $14,500
  • 1974 Fender Telecaster Custom "See-Thru Blonde"
    One of the coolest Tele Customs we've ever seen! This 1974 model features a rare, "See-thru Blonde" finish that has yellowed into a "Butterscotch" shade reminiscent of 50's Telecasters. The Single coil Tele bridge pickup and original Fender "Wide Range" neck humbucker compliment each other perfectly, and the guitar has a very playable maple neck. Similar to those used by Keith Richards, this is a perfect Rock n' Roll Telecaster! EXC w/HSC $3,500.
  • 1995 Custom Shop Telecaster B Bender Rikki Rockett Pinstripe
    One of the coolest Telecaster's we've ever seen! This 1995 Fender Custom Shop B-bender Telecaster features a one-of-a-kind pinstripe paint job by Rikki Rockett. This guitar comes to us from Scotti Hill of Skid Row, and can be seen in their music video for "Breaking Down". Aside from the striking looks, this is a great sounding guitar with a very easy to use B-Bender. EXC w/OHSC $3,500
  • 1956 Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins
    This Gretsch is an absolutely prime example of this classic model. It features western motif inlays, with cacti and steer, a G branded logo on the body, 2 DeArmond pickups, and a steer on the headstock. This also features a very early, fixed arm, Bigsby. The neck has a great round, medium thickness, feel. Extremely light and resonant, this guitar has it all! EXC W/OHSC $10,500    
  • 1975 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe "Blue Sparkle"
    Part of a limited run of  "Sparkle" finish Les Paul Deluxe Models done in the mid-70s, this example features the rare "Blue Sparkle" finish, seen even less often than the "Red Sparkle". This guitar has had a professional headstock repair, but is otherwise all original. It features a pair of "Mini-humbucker" pickups that really nail the 70s-era Pete Townshend tones. A great player's Les Paul in a beautiful and rare finish. VG w/OHSC $3,750
  • 1967 Gibson ES-335 12 "Cherry"
    A great playing 12 string, this ES-335 features a beautiful cherry finish, two Humbucking pickups, and a comfortable neck profile. This example is all original and sounds fantastic. These don't often come up for sale. EXC w/OHSC $3,750
  • 1964 Gibson Firebird VII
    An extremely rare and sought after Firebird VII, this early '64 model features 1963 pots, 3 incredible sounding "mini humbucker" pickups, ebony fingerboard with inlaid pearl blocks, Gibson "Lyre" tail piece, and gold hardware. This guitar is very similar to those used by the Rolling stones in '64-'65. With a comfortable '64 neck profile this guitar is a great player. One of the only Firebird VII's currently available; these are getting very hard to find, especially in this shape. EXC w/OHSC $22,000