• 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Burst"
    This is a Prime example of one the most iconic Gibson guitars ever produced! This one features a beautiful matched Flame top in a faded Lemon drop color, 2-beautiful sounding P.A.F. pickups for that magical tone you would expect from these guitars, perfect feeling neck profile and Double whites in the bridge position and a Zebra in the neck position. A lightweight one that plays and sounds Fantastic. It doesn't get much better than this! EXC w/OHSC $290,000    
  • 1966 Vox Mando Guitar XII
    This is a very rare 60's Vox Mando Guitar made in Italy out of a very limited run. Came out of a serious collection. EXC OHS $2995.
  • 2014 Fender Stratocaster Yuri Shishkov Custom Shop KOA
    Here is a rare piece from the Fender Custom Shop. Master built by Yuri Shishkov, this guitar features Koa wood, gold hardware, and great flame on the neck. The neck is a nice medium size and is very comfortable to play. The two humbuckers sound fantastic and offer a lot of versatility. This comes in the original Custom Shop case with paperwork, COA, and case candy. A beautiful instrument! EXC W/OHSC $7,500    
  • 2007 Gibson Les Paul Custom 50th Anniversary Goldtop
    Here is a stunning, limited edition, from Gibson. This was made to celebrate 50 years of the 1957 Les Paul Custom. This guitar looks stunning, decked out in all gold, including a gold mirror headstock. The neck is chunky and plays great, currently with low action. The pickups scream, just as you would expect from a Gibson. It comes with the original tweed case, COA, and case candy. Model 57C - 104. EXC W/OHSC $6995    
  • Newman Jesse Guitar Taylor "Tumbling Dice" Prototype "Black"
    Newman Guitars are some of the finest guitars being built today. “Tumbling Dice” Prototype #2 is the Tribute to Jesse Guitar Taylor and his 1981 Newman made by Ted Newman Jones. Real Dice Inlay on an Ebony Fretboard and Birdseye Maple set screw neck. Seymour Duncan Jazz in the Neck and Custom 5 in the Bridge. Weight is 7.5lbs. EXC w/Gig bag $3,400.
  • Newman Legacy #3 of 10 "Bubinga"
    Legacy #3 of 10 is a great example of a Newman Guitar. The Ribbon Bubinga with Quilted Maple Fretboard and Curly Maple Binding is beyond beautiful paired with the Chambered Flamed Cherry Body and Neck Thru Design make this instrument an instant Classic. Seymour Duncan Jazz in the Neck and Custom 5 in the Bridge position. Weight: 7.8lbs. EXC w/gig bag $3,800.
  • 1957 Gretsch 6187 Corvette "Lotus Ivory/Grey Mist"
    An extremely clean example of this rare Gretsch Finish, this Corvette features a Lotus Ivory top with Grey Mist Body, as well as a single De'Armond pickup, matching grey pickguard, and the original Gretsch case. These are hard to find, especially in this condition. EXC+ w/OHSC $2,150
  • 2000 Rickenbacker 360 Carl Wilson Limited Edition
    Based on Carl’s 1965 Rickenbacker Model 360, the Carl Wilson Signature model is not a true ’65 reissue but a composite of vintage and modern Ric features. The rounded body style has thicker sides and the greater wood mass alters the tone slightly. The Carl Wilson Signature Model has a thinner top than modern production Model 360′s making for a lively, resonant guitar with a loud acoustic voice. This one is number 246 out of a limited run of 500. It was made on June 14th, 2000 per the original Certificate of Authenticity. EXC w/OHSC $3,500  
  • 1954 Gibson ES-175 "Sunburst"
    This is a great example of an early 50's Gibson ES-175. Features 2-great sounding P-90 pickups with lots of tone variations, a great feeling profile neck and set up perfectly and ready to be played. EXC w/Brown HSC $4750
  • 1950s RCA Victor Royalist Guitar & Amp
    This 1950s RCA Victor Royalist Guitar & Amp set has all the patina, bluesy character, tone, and 1950s charm you could ever want. Royalist was the house brand for RCA Victor Records and you could buy Royalist guitars at any RCA Victor store and dealer until the mid 1960s. It's kept tuned down and has that perfect swampy blues sound. Big thick neck, block inlays and the 50s Tortoiseshell guard with the DeArmond sound hole pickup. Sounds incredible, perfect for slide! The 1x8" Royalist 'AC-DC' combo amp that was paired with it is included. w/HSC $795
  • 1980 Fender Stratocaster "Antigua"
    This was a Limited run color from Fender, it has all the great features of Stratocaster's from the 70's. This one just came in from the original and basically was unplayed and super clean! EXC w/OHSC $2500
  • 1959 Silvertone 1446 Archtop "Black"
    The Ultimate Rock-A-Billy Silvertone guitar. Features 2-PAF pickups that have that great 60's tone, original Bigsby and a great playing Rosewood neck. It is also Known as the Chris Isaak model. These are perfect for players who want that great 60's tone at a very affordable price! EXC/HSC $1500
  • 1966 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    This transition-era 1966 Fender Stratocaster has the perfect amount of play wear! New frets make this a very playable example, while all other parts remain fully original. It features a great playing rosewood neck, "gray bottom" single coil pickups, and a large headstock with a transition logo. This is a great sounding guitar that would be a perfect instrument for a collector or player. EXC w/OHSC $9,500
  • 1959 Gibson ES-175 "Cherry"
    This very Rare Custom Ordered ES-175 came from the original owner. He Custom ordered it in Cherry and also wanted a thinner body, Gibson made this as a 1-off custom order and also had the original Brown case made thinner to fit this guitar, the original jackplate broke and was replaced with a larger medal plate. It  features 2-untouched P.A.F. Humbucking pickups, Long guard, and that perfect feeling '59 neck profile. The only one ever made like this! EXC w/OHSC 'CALL'
  • 1956 Fender Telecaster "Natural"
    This is the Ultimate 1956 players Tele, it has a great feeling and playing maple neck, original Tele pickups for that killer 50's tone, pickguard is not original but it has most of the original parts. So if your looking for a great 50's Tele at half the price this one is the perfect one! EXC w/HSC $12,500
  • 1955 Gibson ES-140 3/4 "Sunburst"
    Here is a prime example of a rare Gibson ES-140. This has a beautiful sunburst finish, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, and an amazing sounding P90. It is extremely light and resonant. The neck is nicely rounded and is slightly beefy. It is a terrific playing and sounding guitar. Don't miss it! EXC W/OSSC $2995    
  • 1958 Kay Barney Kessel Jazz Model
    This Kay Barney Kesssel Jazz  Special is an all original Stunning example of what these fine guitars are known for. The Kelvinator logo headstock is like it was when it was brand new. Also included is the original brown Lifton Case. EXC/OHSC $4,000
  • 2013 Epiphone Casino Inspired By John Lennon "Natural"
    Another great guitar from the extensive Beatles collection, this "inspired by" John Lennon Casino recreates Lennon's famous guitar from which he removed the original sunburst finish. A great reissue of a mid-60's Casino, the fully hollow body sounds great with two p90 pickups. It features 60's style "reflector knobs", trapeze tail piece with an ABR-1 bridge, rosewood fingerboard and a hardshshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2200
  • Epiphone Casino VS Bigbsy "Sunburst"
    This limited edition Casino is another from our expansive Beatles gear collection. With a factory Bigsby, two great sounding P90 pickups, and later "large headstock" shape, this is the perfect guitar for capturing some of the famous mid-60's Beatle guitar sounds. EXC w/HSC $700
  • 2007 Fender Custom Shop 1969 Rosewood Telecaster
    Another great guitar from our collection of Beatles gear, this 2007 Custom Shop guitar faithfully recreates the 1969 Rosewood Telecaster that George Harrison used for the famous Rooftop concert. This limited edition guitar features a rosewood neck and body with satin finish, vintage style bridge with threaded saddles, a great sounding pair of Fender Custom Shop pickups, and the original bridge cover. EXC w/HSC $5995