• 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
  • 1963 Gibson SG Junior "White"
    An incredible sounding SG Junior, this 1963 model has the perfect Gibson neck profile! Lightweight and resonant, this mahogany bodied guitar sports a beautiful "White" finish and a screaming dog ear P90. The ultimate rock n' roll guitar! EXC w/OSC $4,500.
  • 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
  • 1964 Fender Jazzmaster "Sunburst"
    One of the best playing Jazzmasters we've had in the shop! This 1964 model features the perfect 60's "C" shape neck made from beautiful birdseye maple with a dark rosewood fingerboard, clay dot inlays, and a tortoiseshell pickguard. The original pickups are perfect for everything from surf rock to heavy fuzz tones, and the distinctive Jazzmaster tremolo provides for the unmistakable overtones that have made these guitars the favorite of so many players. EXC w/OHSC $5,500.
  • 1963 Gibson ES-125 TC "Sunburst"
    A very clean example of this thinline hollowbody, This 1963 ES-125 TC was previously owned by Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick! With a great sounding "Dog Ear" p90 pickup, single cutaway body, and the perfect '60s Gibson neck profile, this guitar is equally suited to mellow Jazz tones as it is to raunchy George Thorogood inspired rock n' roll! EXC w/OSC $2,495.
  • 1983 Gibson Les Paul Pre-Historic "Sunburst"
      Just out of a private collection, this rare 1983 Les Paul Standard was part of a very limited run of guitars offered through select dealers who wanted guitars more consistent with the pre-Norlin era models. These marked a return of Les Paul features like a single piece mahogany neck, solid mahogany body with a highly figured flame maple top, and a smaller 50's style headstock. These guitars are referred to by collectors as the "Pre-historic" models as they pre-date the later Custom Shop reissue "Historic" series guitars. This guitar is lightweight and resonant, and the original Tim Shaw era Humbucking pickups sound incredible! A great playing and sounding Les Paul! EXC w/OHSC $7,000
  • 1982 Gibson Les Paul Heritage Award "Sunburst"
    This is certainly one of the rarest and most unusual Les Paul models; the extremely limited Heritage Award series were gifted to the top selling dealers of the Heritage 80 series Les Pauls. Each one featured a pearloid plaque with a serial number, this is number 52 and likely the last one made. Unique features to these guitars include an ebony fingerboard, gold hardware, highly figured maple top, great playing '59 neck profile, and a pair of the coveted Tim Shaw humbucking pickups. This guitar has been in a private collection and is in stellar condition, and will include the original hardshell case. A unique opportunity to own one of the most limited Les Paul models around! EXC w/OHSC $11,000.
  • 1958 Gibson Les Paul Jr. "Cherry"
    An extraordinary double-cut Les Paul Jr., this 1958 model was previously owned by Keith Nelson of Buckcherry. The lightweight mahogany body is extremely resonant, while the original "Cherry" finish is strong and vibrant. The great playing '58 profile neck was professionally re-fretted so this guitar is ready for action! With an aggressive "Dog Ear" P90 pickup that extremely responsive to pick attack and volume/tone controls, this guitar is the perfect example of why so many rock n' roll players have turned to these single pickup guitars. A fully original and clean example, this guitar includes the original faux alligator case. EXC w/OSC $6,500
  • 1940s Regal Lap Steel w/ Valco Amp
    An incredible sounding Lap Steel, this Regal branded instrument comes with a Valco amp with two "oblong" speakers. A great pair for beginners and experienced players alike. EXC $495.
  • 1955 Gibson Les Paul Special "TV Yellow"
    One of the best Les Paul Sepcials we've had, this incredible 1955 "TV model" is exceptionally lightweight and resonant. The original "Soapbar" P90 pickups offer all the aggressive tones that have made these a must have for so many Rock n' roll guitar players, while the comfortable '55 neck is the perfect "Soft V" Shape. The original "TV Yellow" finish has the earlier "Wheat" shade and remains strong and vibrant, and the guitar includes the original Faux Alligator chiboard case. EXC w/OSC $11,500.
  • 2014 Gibson Custom Shop '54 Les Paul "Oxblood"
    Inspired by the guitar used by Jeff Beck in the "Blow by Blow" era, this 2014 Custom Shop creation pays tribute to one of the most famous "modified" Les Pauls in rock history. Like Beck's, this guitar starts with features found on 1954 Les Paul Standards; a lightweight mahogany body, maple top, "Wraparound" tailpiece, and a fantastic playing, large profile '54 spec neck. Also like Becks, this guitar has a pair of Humbucking pickups, Schaller tuners, and a distinct "Oxblood" finish. Masterfully aged by the Custom Shop, this guitar is as close as it gets to the guitar responsible for so many incredible guitar tones! EXC w/OHSC $5,500.
  • 1960's Goya Rangemaster "Sunburst"
    With it's unique "Split pickup" design and push button switching, this phenomenal, Italian-made semi-hollow offers a huge variety of tonal options. The great playing neck and double cutaway shape make this an incredibly comfortable instrument, and the original "trapeze" style tailpiece, headstock overlay, and control layout give this guitar a distinctive look. If you're looking for a vintage electric you don't see everyday, this 60's Rangemaster is a perfect choice, and even includes the rare original case! EXC w/OHSC $1,500
  • 2015 Fender Telecaster '52 "Korina"
    Part of a limited edition run of Telecasters made in African Limba, commonly referred to as Korina. This guitar features the same setup as a typical '52 Telecaster reissue; see-thru "butterscotch blonde finish, single ply blackguard, large profile maple neck, "Spaghetti" logo, and a pair of great sounding single coil pickups. The distinct grain of the Korina wood looks incredible, while it's unique tonal characteristics make this a truly stand-out tele. EXC w/OHSC $1,600
  • 1967 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    Stratocasters from 1967 are pretty hard to come by. Production numbers began to fall but later increased thanks to renewed interest in the model after the success of Jimi Hendrix. This incredible example has all of the Hendrix-era specs that make these some of our favorite Strats. The large headstock shape with "transitional" Fender logo, three-ply white pickguard, distinctive three-tone sunburst finish, and perfect medium "C" neck profile make this not only a rare instrument but a great playing guitar, as well. The original electronics and three-way switch provide the great tones and versatility that have made this guitar so seminal to the evolution of rock n' roll. If you're looking for a killer Hendrix-era Stratocaster, this is hard to beat! EXC w/OHSC $10,500.
  • 1983 Gibson Les Paul Pre-Historic "Sunburst"
    These guitars are highly coveted by collectors and players alike! After years of unpopular changes to the Les Paul model in the Norlin Era, guitar dealers started ordering '59-60 Spec Les Pauls for their customers. Their success prompted Gibson to finally return to a production model that captured all of these desirable features. With a single piece mahogany body flamed maple top, mahogany neck with '59 profile, nickel hardware, "No-line" double ring Kluson tuners, inked serial numbers, and an ABR-1 bridge, these guitars are known to collectors as the "Pre Historic" run, as they pre-date the later reissues from the Custom Shop. In addition to being made more like the vintage Les Paul "bursts", these guitars feature the renowned Tim Shaw humbuckers, making them excellent sounding Les Pauls, as well. This is one of the lowest serial numbers we've encountered from this run, and having been part of a collection is in fantastic condition. These almost never appear for sale! EXC w/OHSC $7,500.
  • 1964 Gibson Firebird VII "Black"
    This is definitely the coolest "player grade" Firebirds we've ever seen! This 1964 Firebird VII features all of the top-of-the-line appointments that make the VII the rarest and most collectible of the Firebird series; a beautiful Ebony fingerboard with block inlays, three "mini-humbucker" pickups, "Lyre" vibrato tailpiece, reverse banjo-style tuners, and the perfect '64 neck profile. This guitar was re-finished in a stunning  black finish, which perfectly compliments the gold hardware. Two of the pickups have been replaced but this guitar still delivers the distinctive array of tones that make the Firebird one of Gibson's most unique sounding solidbodies. Fireird VII's almost never appear for sale, and with a few player-friendly modifications, this guitar is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a 60's model. VG w/OHSC $9,500.
  • 1966 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    Just in from a private collection, this immaculate 1966 Stratocaster is one of the cleanest we've had! With an original and vibrant "Three-tone" Sunburst finish, large headstock shape, and white three-ply guard, this is the ultimate "Hendrix" era Strat! The original pickups and 3 way switch provide a wide array of great sounds, and the guitar includes the original case and "ash tray" bridge cover. Perfect for any player or collector! EXC w/OHSC $12,500.
  • 1962 Gibson ES-355 "Cherry" Ebony Block
    This is a Very Rare Version of of the iconic ES series guitars. This Rare high end model of the ES run has that beautiful Cherry color with an Ebony fret board, Gold Hardware, Block inlays, and features that Rare Ebony Block that you never see on ES models! Also features 1-P.A.F. and 1-Patent # pickup, to make this one of the Best sounding Gibsons we have had. The headstock seems to have something done a long time ago but it blacklights perfect and is hard to tell what has been done, other than that it is a beautiful  original Gibson ES-355 guitar including the Gibson Hard Shell Case! EXC w/OHSC $16,500   
  • 1967 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst"
    Just in from a large collection, this 1967 ES-335 is a fantastic player! With the perfect neck profile, lightweight maple body, and a pair of "patent number" humbucking pickups, this guitar has the wide array of killer tones that have made ES-335's popular for so many styles of music. The original Sunburst finish is strong and vibrant, and the guitar features a trapeze tail piece, "Witch hat" knobs, double ring Kluson tuners, and an original "Goldenrod" interior case. A fantastic 60's Gibson ES model! EXC w/OHSC $7,000.
  • 1971 Gibson Flying V Medallion "Cherry"
    These almost never show up for sale: this is an original 1971 "medallion" series Flying V! One of only 353 total guitars made, this incredible example was refinished and aged by renowned finish expert Tom Murphy. Built to commemorate the 1972 Olympic games, these exceptionally rare guitars have become incredibly hard to find. There are no breaks to this example, and the original mahogany body is extremely light weight and well balanced. The original pair of "patent number" humbucking pickups sound phenomenal, and this guitar includes the original hardshell case! EXC w/OHSC $15,500.