• Guitar Factory 12-String "Koa"
    The Guitar Factory in Orlando, Florida are one of the premier custom guitar builders in the country. Long favored by Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band, these instruments often represent one-of-a-kind designs and features making each instrument a work of art. This 12 string model features a Piezo acoustic pickup, as well as three active preamp single coils for a huge variety of tonal variations. The guitar has a beautiful Koa wood top and mahogany body, while the double cutaway design and lightweight body make this an incredibly comfortable guitar, especially for a 12 string. If you're looking for a truly unique instrument this is a great choice! EXC w/SSC $1,250
  • 1962 Gibson ES-350 "Blonde"
    One of the rarest of Gibson's electric archtops, this incredible 1962 ES-350 features the even more unusual "Blonde" finish! with only a total of 62 instruments shipped in this natural finish, these guitars certainly don't show up for sale often! Similar to the more common Byrdland model, the body of this ES-350 is made from highly figured flame maple, and the original gold hardware and "Bigsby" tailpiece make this one truly beautiful electric guitar. The original pickups include one Patent Number and one "Patent Applied For" Humbucker, and the guitar includes an original brown Lifton case. These guitars are very hard to find, especially in great condition, and the unique combination of full maple hollow construction, short-scale neck, and a PAF pickup make for a very distinct and incredible tone! EXC w/OHSC $8,500
  • 2017 Gibson Custom Shop Crimson Series Tal Farlow "Black"
    Gibson Custom Shop's Crimson Series are one-of-a-kind, hand crafted instruments built by some of the finest luthiers in the world. This Tal Farlow model sports a striking "Black" finish with a "tortoise shell" pickguard and nickel hardware. A truly beautiful guitar, this instrument also has the feel and sound of the vintage instruments from which it draws inspiration. Purchased from the original owner, this guitar has hardly been played and still includes the original Custom Shop pickguard decal, as well as COA and hardshell case. A truly unique guitar, this is the pinnacle of  modern Gibson electric archtops! EXC w/OHSC $4,500
  • 1967 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst"
    This is an incredible sounding mid-60's 335! The original pair of "patent sticker" humbucking pickups along with an added Bigsby tremolo tail piece allow for a huge variety of great tones. The sunburst finish is vibrant and unfaded, and the great playing neck is the perfect mid-60s "D" shape. This guitar also includes the original "Goldenrod" interior case. Mid 60's ES guitars are still some of the best values in the vintage world, and this 1967 is no exception. EXC w/OHSC $5,800
  • Brian Monty '59 Flying V Replica "Korina"
    Canadian luthier Brian Monty is renowned as one of the best builders of Flying V replicas in the world. This "Old growth" Korina body is extremely lightweight and resonant, with a distinctive tone not found in other woods. The '59 neck profile is as close to the real thing as it gets, down to the hard-to-replicate neck joint. With a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and a pair of Bareknuckle humbuckers, this guitar has the look, sound, and feel of the highly coveted originals. An incredible guitar that lives up to the vintage examples from which it draws its inspiration. EXC w/OHSC $12,500.
  • 1965 Gibson Firebird I "Sunburst"
    This is an extremely rare "transitional" Firebird I! The reverse body with neck thru construction and Kluson tuners, as well as the distinct 3-tone sunburst are a unique combination of features from 1965 before the switch to the "non reverse" Firebirds released later that year. The single mini humbucker is aggressive and extremely responsive to the volume and tone knobs, and perfect captures the sound of the "Wheels of Fire" era Cream. This guitar also features one of the most intricate grain patterns on a Brazilian rosewood board we've ever seen on a Firebird! Lightweight and resonant with a great playing neck, this guitar is a rock n' roll machine! EXC w/OHSC $12,500
  • 1966 Gibson SG Special "Cherry"
    A great playing "Transitional" SG Special. This fully original 1966 model features a great playing neck with a dark Rosewood fingerboard, lightweight Mahogany body and Gibson "Vibrola" tailpiece. The original Cherry finish is vibrant and un-faded, and with a pair of "Soap Bar" P90 pickups, this guitar is a versatile rock n' roll machine! EXC w/HSC $3,750
  • 1985 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Sunburst"
    A great playing Les Paul Custom in a beautiful and unusual 3-tone sunburst finish. This Nashville-made Gibson features a fast playing, single piece mahogany neck with no volute, a solid mahogany body, and two Humbucking Pickups. This is a fantastic playing and sounding vintage Les Paul Custom for a lower price than new ones! EXC w/OHSC $3,995
  • 1954 Fender Esquire "Blackguard"
    One of our Favorite guitars and years for Fender's Blackguard Esquires and Telecasters! This one has all the desirable early features that includes an incredible feeling large neck profile that is set up perfectly to fit in your hand and ready to play, and that screaming Esquire single pickup that gives you tons of tonal variations. Also included with this phenomenal guitar is the Original hard shell case! EXC w/OHSC $29,500
  • 2019 Gibson Les Paul 1959 60th Anniversary "Golden Poppy...
    A stunning new guitar from the Gibson Custom Shop! Rumble Seat Music hand picked this instrument here in Nashville based on it's stunning top, lightweight body, acoustic resonance and perfect '59 profile neck! These 60th anniversary Les Pauls are some of the finest offered by the Custom Shop, and this guitar is one of the best we've seen! Call for price
  • 1981 Gibson Firebird "Cherry"
    A very lightweight Firebird, this 1981 sports a rare "Cherry" finish and gold hardware. The unbound neck features a perfect large D profile, while the neck-thru body and two "mini humbucker" pickups deliver a distinctive array of tones. This guitar is in fantastic condition and includes the original Gibson warranty paperwork, as well as the original hard case. If you're looking for a great playing Firebird that stands out, this 1981 example in Cherry is a total winner! EXC w/OHSC $3,200
  • 1950 Gibson ES-175 "Blonde"
    Introduced in 1949, The ES-175 has become one of Gibson's most popular hollowbody designs. This beautiful 1950 example sports a rare and desirable "Blonde" finish that perfectly compliments the dark Brazilian rosewood board and "Split parolellogram" inlays. The single "Dog Ear" P90 pickup can go from smooth and mellow to snarling and aggressive, while the great playing neck is a perfect example of why 50's Gibson necks are so often imitated. This guitar also includes nickel hardware and early 50's tall "barrel" knobs,  A great playing guitar as well suited for traditional jazz as for raunchy rock n' roll. EXC w/HSC $4,995  
  • Gibson The SG "Mad Mark Pinstripe"
    This guitar is a true work of art! This instrument started life as a late 70's Gibson "The SG" model, but has been heavily modified. A pair of Seymour Duncan "Filtertron" Style pickups were installed, as well as upgraded tuners and hardware. Most significantly, this guitar was refinished by renowned hot rod artist Mad Mark, most noted for his work for Brian Setzer. The blue metallic hot rod flames and headstock pinstripes perfectly accentuate the curves and cutaways of the SG, and make this guitar perfect for any rockabilly guitarist or fans of hot rod culture. EXC w/HSC $2,200.
  • 1960 Gibson ES-345 "Cherry"
    This guitar comes to us from the personal collection of Joe Bonamassa. As one of the cleanest and lightest weight ES-345's we've had, this guitar is a prime example of why these instruments are referred to as "Burst Killers". With a pair of PAF humbucking pickups, factory stereo wiring and "Varitone" switch, this guitar has no shortage of phenomenal tones, while the comfortable slim profile '60 neck plays great all the way up the fingerboard. With the perfect, early "watermelon" shade of Cherry and beautiful gold hardware, as well as all the original hang tags, this is certainly one of the best ES-345's available! EXC w/OHSC $23,500
  • 1961 Gibson SG Custom "White"
    This amazing SG custom features 3 PAF pickups and a perfect playing neck! The gold hardware and "side-pull" vibrato, along with the original "white" finish and ebony fingerboard make this a truly beautiful guitar. The neck has that perfect profile and the 3-PAF pickups gives you many variations of tonal bliss! EXC w/OHSC $19,500
  • 1994 Fender "Hamburgler" Photo JazzBass
    This is out of the very limited run that Fender did in 1994. This Bass is truly a Fantastic playing and sounding example of of a Made In Japan Jazzbass. Features a Great playing perfect profile maple neck with the little guy peeking out, Rosewood fret-board, both pickup covers, tortoise shellish pickguard and the typical jazzbass 3-knob setup. A fantastic players Jazzbass! EXC w/HSC $1295
  • 1967 Fender "Smuggler's" Telecaster "Blonde"
    This is an incredibly rare "Smuggler's" Telecaster from 1967. This short-lived idea started as an effort in weight relief, and is a predecessor to later semi-hollow "Thinline" Telecasters. Three large cavities were routed in the ash body under the pickguard.  This guitar has a great playing neck with a rosewood fingerboard, "See-thru Blonde" finish, and 3 ply white pickguard, and the original bridge pickup offers the perfect Telecaster tone that can go from James Burton to Jimmy Page! This guitar is truly part of Fender and guitar history, and with very few examples out there, these don't come up for sale often! EXC w/OHSC $11,500
  • 1951 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Regent "Sunburst"
    The top-of-the-line Epiphone archtop model! This beautiful 1951 Zephyr Regent Deluxe sports a 17" single cutaway body with a stunning flamed maple back and sides, as well as Epiphone's "Frequensator" trapeze tail piece and a pair of New Yorker pickups that can be warm and hollow or aggressive and raunchy. This guitar is as well suited to early rock n' roll and jump blues as to traditional Jazz, and with a perfect large-profile '50's neck is a phenomenal player, as well. EXC w/HSC $3,000
  • Nash S-63 "Sonic Blue"
    Another killer relic from Nash Guitars, this S-63 model features 3 complete pickup and pickguard wiring assemblies. With the ability to switch between Lollar "Filtertron" style, Single coil, or "HSH" configurations, this is a truly versatile instrument. This guitar also features a great playing neck, dark rosewood fingerboard, and original Nash hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,200.
  • 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