• 1976 Travis Bean TB-1000S "Black"
    This is the only Travis Bean we've seen quite like this! An incredibly rare TB-1000S in factory black finish with white knobs and a chrome pickguard, this guitar is definitely the coolest Travis Bean we've had! Used by Everyone from Joe Perry and Slash to Steve Albini and Jerry Garcia, the innovative aluminum neck construction and distinctive pickups on Travis Bean guitars have made them sought after by players and collectors alike. This example features an original hardshell case, as well as the manual and warranty card. If you're looking for an incredibly rare guitar for your collection, this is a total winner! EXC w/OHSC $9,500
  • 1968 Gibsn ES-330 "Cherry"
    Known to be a stellar blues guitar, the two pickup ES-330 is a surprisingly versatile instrument. The fully hollow maple body of this 1968 model combined with a pair of screaming "dog ear" p90s can go from sweet to raunchy while the comfortable neck and deep cutaways allow for incredibly easy playing all the way up the fingerboard. A clean and original example, this is truly an awesome sounding guitar at a player friendly price. EXC w/HSC $3,995.
  • 1970's Electra 2224 "Lucite"
    This very cool 70's Electra was inspired by the innovative designs of Dan Armstrong with Lucite instruments. Those guitars saw use with everyone from the Faces and Rolling Stones to Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy. Unlike the originals, this guitar has two humbucking pickups, but maintains the same double-cut lucite body and 24 fret neck for great sustain and a unique tone! EXC w/HSC $1,100.
  • 1971 Gibson Flying V "Medallion" "Cherry"
    Part of an extremely limited run of 353 guitars, this 1971 "Medallion" Flying V was built to commemorate the 1972 Olympic games. This very rare guitar comes straight out of Joe Bonamassa's personal collection! These guitars rarely come up for sale, and this example even features the matching "Medallion" hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $19,500
  • 1966 Gibson Sg Jr. "White"
    These are some of the ultimate rock n' roll guitars! Perfect for the "Live at Leeds" era Townshend guitar sounds, this 1966 SG Jr. features a rare and very cool original "white" finish, larger pickguard and a single screamin' "soapbar" p90! With a great playing neck, resonant body, and highly responsive pickup, this guitar is incredibly versatile for a one pickup instrument. EXC w/HSC $4,000
  • 1960 Gibson ES-335 "Cherry" "Dot-neck"
    This is perhaps the ultimate "player's" ES-335! With as few as 22 "Dot Neck" 335s made in 1960 that featured a "Cherry" finish and stop tailpiece, these are truly some of the "holy grail" ES guitars. This incredible playing example had the fingerboard binding removed at some point, making it the perfect guitar for any player. With features like a pair of original "PAF" humbucking pickups, early "Long guard", "watermelon" style cherry finish, and a brown lifton case, this is truly one of the best versions of the ES-335. Not just an incredibly rare instrument, this is one of the best sounding guitars in the shop! VG w/OHSC $24,500
  • 1969 Fender Stratocaster "Lake Placid Blue"
      Just Out Of A Collection Is This Rare Custom Color "Lake Placid Blue" Fender Stratocaster. This guitar is lightweight with an incredible neck with a dark rosewood fingerboard. Very Similar To The Models Used By Jimi Hendrix, This Guitar Features A Large Headstock, Strong Color, Rosewood Fingerboard, Three Way Pickup Selector Switch, Original Trem Cover, And The Original Hardshell Case. EXC w/OHSC $14,500
  • 1971 Fender Telecaster "Blonde" W/ Bigsby
    This 1971 has seen it's share of bars and honky-tonks! The original "Blonde" finish has yellowed to a totally unique shade, while the checking and patina throughout tell the story of a life on the road. A fantastic playing guitar, the maple neck is a comfortable "C" shape, while the body is very resonant. The original Fender branded Bigsby Telecaster add an extra element of versatility to this guitar, and unlike some examples does not make this guitar uncomfortably heavy. If you're looking for a Telecaster with serious mojo, this is it! EXC w/OHSC $4,995
  • 1961 Danelectro DC-1 "Copper"
    This is easily one of the cleanest Danelectros to come through the shop! An original 1961 DC-1, this model features the coveted "Seal" pickguard found on the two pickup version used by Jimmy Page. The single "lipstick" pickup provides the distinctive tone Danos are known for, while the original "Copper" finish is in fantastic cosmetic shape and unfaded. This clean guitar set up to be a great player, and includes the original Hardshell Case. EXC w/ $1,400.
  • 1966 Fender Mustang "Blue"
    This is a beautiful example of this "Short Scale" Fender Mustang. The original "Daphne Blue" finish is bright and unfaded, while the great playing medium "C" neck profile features a dark rosewood fingerboard. The original electronics are in working condition and sound fantastic! Initially designed for student guitar players, these instruments have caught on with collectors and many established professionals. This guitar also includes the original gray tolex hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,495
  • 1967 Gretsch Rally "Bamboo Yellow"
    One of the coolest Gretsch finishes of the 60's! This original Rally model features the rare and distinctive "Bamboo Yellow" finish with copper back and sides. This example has a lovely patina adding to the distinctive contrast between the top and sides, all tied together by the original "Racing Stripe" pickguard and truss rod cover. The double cutaway body features a Bigsby tremolo tailpiece and a pair of Gretsch "hi-lo tron" pickukps, and the guitar includes the original Gretsch hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,500.
  • 1960's Wandre Tri-lam "Tri-color"
    Rumble Seat Music is proud to offer this incredible and original Wandre Tri-lam for sale again! This guitar spent some time in the personal collection of Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick. These rare guitars are as much works of art as they are exceptional musical instruments! Designed by Italian luthier Antonio Vandrè Pioli, this guitar features a great playing aluminum neck with a rosewood fingerboard, an incredible sounding "Davoli" pickup, and a unique tri-color motif. There were very few of these guitars manufactured and they have become increasingly sought after over the years. If you're looking for a truly unique instrument, this is it! EXC w/HSC $3,995
  • 1956 Gibson Les Paul Special "TV Yellow"
    The wear and stenciling on the original Lifton case of this guitar tells the story of a guitar that has seen a lifetime of gigs, and after playing this guitar for a few moments it's easy to see why! Lightweight and resonant, the neck is the perfect medium sized '56 profile, while the pair of original "Soap bar" p90 pickups offer a wide variety of tones that can go from sweet to downright raunchy! The original "TV Yellow" finish has just the right amount of patina that give this a guitar the kind of character that new guitars simply can't offer. The input jack plate was replaced at one point, so a few small screw holes have been filled. If you're looking for a vintage TV Yellow Gibson that can stand up to the rigors of live music, or just want a guitar with a ton of mojo, this is a total winner! EXC w/OHSC $9,800
  • 2002 Fender Telecaster "Blue Floral"
    This "Crafted in Japan" Telecaster is in virtually new condition. The '60s style "Blue Floral" finish and maple neck are sure to stand out, while the original pickups are highly versatile. These Japanese Telecasters are some of the best playing and sounding instruments in their price range, and this is certainly no exception! EXC w/HSC $1,000
  • 1973 Fender Mustang "Competition Stripe Red"
    An exceptionally clean Mustang with the very cool and rare and "Competition" racing Stripe. This great playing short scale guitar was originally marketed to students but later caught on with professional musicians in the grunge and indie rock scenes, but are equally suited to classic surf rock tones. A great playing "medium" C neck with a dark rosewood fingerboard make this guitar very comfortable, and with the tremolo arm and original case, this is the perfect example for any collector or player! EXC w/OHSC $2,350
  • 1989 PRS Custom 24
    This incredible playing PRS was ordered by a professional player directly from the factory and sports a beautifully figured flame maple top! The original rotary switch is included but was replaced with a traditional 3 way switch. The comfortable '59 style neck profile and 24 fret neck make this a truly exceptional playing guitar. EXC w/OHSC $3,200.
  • 1955 Gibson Custom "Black"
    A very clean example of this second-year Les Paul Custom. Unlike the Les Paul Standard models, these guitars were made from all mahogany with a beautiful ebony fingerboard, block inlays, and the great sounding combination of a "Soap bar" P90 in the bridge position and an Alnico V "Staple" pickup in the neck. This guitar features the perfect feeling "Soft V" neck profile and a stop tailpiece with an early "ABR-1" bridge. A stunning example of an early Les Paul Custom! EXC w/HSC $24,500.
  • 1966 Gibson ES-125 "Sunburst"
    Marketed as a student archtop electric, the ES-125 has become renowned by many professional musicians for it's great sounding P90 pickup and thinline hollowbody construction. Perfect for slide players or any traditional blues and jazz styles, these guitars are equally suited to raunchy rockabilly player's as well. A great sounding vintage Gibson electric for a great price! VG w/HSC $1,800
  • 1980 Fender Starcaster "Mocha"
    One of Fender's rare Semi-hollow body designs, the Starcaster is certainly one of the most distinct electrics in Fender's history. This 1980 model is easily the cleanest example we've ever seen! Sporting the rare "Mocha" finish, this guitar features two incredible sounding Seth Lover designed "Wide Range" humbucking pickups, a great playing maple neck, unique 6-0n-a-side headstock, and an original hardshell case. These don't come up for sale often, and in this condition this guitar is perfect for any Fender collection! EXC w/OHSC $4,995
  • Newman Custom "Black"
    A beautiful black New Custom guitar, this instrument features a pair of gold Lollar Imperial humbucking pickups, pearl block inlays on an asymmetrical soft "V" neck profile with a 24 3/4" scale length and 24 frets. Used at Newman as a shop guitar, this instrument is still in fantastic condition. The distinctive single cutaway body allows for full access to the 24 fret neck and the highly resonant body yields to a wide array of truly inspiring tones. EXC w/ bag $3,500.