• 1964 Gretsch 6120 "Western Orange"
    Just out of a Gretsch collection, this 1964 6120 is one of the cleanest Gretsch guitars we've ever had! The original "Western Orange" finish is vibrant and unfaded, while the binding is fully intact. Similar to the one used by John Lennon in 1966, the pair of "Filtertron" Humbucking pickup deliver a wide array of great tones perfect for everything from country and rockabilly to raunchy rock n' roll. If you're looking for a great sounding 6120 in collector grade condition, this is the ultimate example! EXC w/OHSC $3,995. 
  • 1958 Gibson Les Paul TV Special "TV Yellow"
    This is an extremely clean example of a TV Yellow Les Paul Special. As a 1958 model, this is one of the last single cut versions made. The perfect '58 neck profile, lightweight mahogany body, and pair of original "Soap Bar" P90 pickups make this an exceptionally good sounding guitar, while the original TV Yellow finish is in great shape and similar to the earlier "Wheat" shade. TV Yellow guitars continue to go up in value and clean examples like this are becoming hard to find. EXC w/OSC $11,500.
  • 1963 Fender Stratocater "Sunburst"
    One of the best playing Strats to come through our shop! This early 1963 model features the perfect medium "C" shaped neck with a dark Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, clay dot inlays, and "Spaghetti" Fender logo. With a mint green pickguard and three tone sunburst finish, this guitar is a perfect example of the early 60's Strats that found favor with so many legendary players. Fully original and with an original hardshell case, this is the ultimate Strat for a player or collector. EXC w/OHSC $21,500.   
  • 1959 Rickenbaker 365 Capri "Fireglo"
    A very cool and rare early Rickenbacker 365 Capri! This semi-hollow, double-bound maple body is the earlier thicker version, which along with a pair of "Toaster top" pickups make for an incredible sounding guitar perfect for fans of early Townshend or Beatles guitar sounds. The crushed pearl "Shark fin" inlays, two tiered anodized guard, and "Stove" knobs represent the ultimate in Rickenbacker stlying, and with an original silver Rickenbacker hardshell case, this is as good as they come! EXC w/OHSC $7,500.
  • 1959 Grestch 6121 "Western Orange"
    Just out of a private Gretsch collection, this is a very rare Gretsch 6121! These rarely show up for sale, and with a pair of phenomenal sounding "Filtertron" humbucking pickups, this is definitely a perfect example of "That Great Gretsch Sound"! The '59 neck profile plays perfectly and the original Bigsby tremolo tailpiece make this an extremely versatile instrument. Similar to round up models, this guitar has all the classic tonal options of a Gretsch hollowbody in a comfortable, Duo-jet Size! If you collect Gretsch instruments or simply want a unique and stellar sounding example, this is a perfect guitar! EXC w/OHSC $8,995
  • 1969 Fender Telecaster "Blonde" w/ Bigsby
    Here is a Phenomenal playing light weight, clean example see-thru blonde Telecaster with the original Fender Bigsby tailpiece that you don't see to often. It features a great playing Maple neck 2-great sounding single coil pickups, single string tree and the original Fender Black hard shell case. The perfect later 60's Fender Telecaster! EXC w/OHSC $5,500
  • 1968 Fender Telecaster "Blonde"
    1968 is one of our favorite years for Telecasters, and this is definitely one of the cleanest examples we've seen! The original "see-thru Blonde" finish is unfaded, while the "Maple Cap" neck is the perfect "medium C" profile. The original bridge pickup sounds full and raunchy; a truly rock n' roll telecaster! If you're looking for a clean "Maple Cap" Telecaster that sounds as good as it looks, this is definitely the one! EXC w/OHSC $8,700.
  • 1967 Gibson Melody Maker "Pelham Blue"
    Another phenomenal Custom Color Melody Maker guitar in from a huge collection, this 1967 model features an original "Pelham Blue" finish. The gorgeous curves of this SG body style are highlighted by this rare and very cool finish, while the mahogany body is light and resonant, making this a very comfortable guitar to play. Perfect for any collector of SGs or custom finish Gibson electrics! EXC w/OSC $3,200
  • 1967 Gibson Melody Maker III
    Just in from a private collection comes this '67 Melody Maker III! In addition to sporting a very cool and rare Custom Color "Pelham Blue" finish, this guitar is made even better with the rare third pickup option! The lightweight SG body is very resonant, and the trio of single coil pickups allow for a huge variety of great sounds. With a Maestro Tremolo tailpiece and a great playing neck, this is a guitar worthy of any collector or player! EXC w/OHSC $3,800
  • 1968 Gibson Melody Maker "Sparkling Burgundy"
    Just in from a collection of Custom Color Gibson electrics comes one of the coolest Melody Maker guitars we've seen! This original 1968 Example features a very cool, rare "Sparkling Burgundy" finish. The original white pickguard includes a Gibson logo printed on top, a feature only found on guitars in 1968. This great playing instrument is lightweight, easy to play, and perfect for any collection! EXC w/OSC $3,400
  • 1966 Martin GT75
    An extremely hard to find Martin thinline electric, this 1966 GT-75 features a rare "black" finish! Only made for a couple of years, these "double cut" body versions hardly come up for sale, especially in this finish. With two killer Dearmond designed pickups, a Bigsby vibrato tail piece, and and distinctive body design, these guitars have a great sound and a unique appearance that is sure to stand out! This example includes an original Martin hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,995
  • 1997 G&L ASAT Special "Red Swirl"
    Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Red Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition! EXC $1,250
  • 1996 G&L ASAT Special "Green Swirl"
    Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Green Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition! EXC w/OHSC $1,250
  • 1995 G&L ASAT Special "Black Swirl"
    Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this ASAT Special model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Black Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition! EXC w/OHSC $1,250
  • 1997 G&L Legacy "Blue Swirl"
    Just out of a collection of like-new swirl finish G&L guitars, this Legacy model features an incredibly rare and pristine "Blue Swirl" finish! G&L guitars are an important part of the Leo Fender legacy, and they are renowned for their exceptional quality and playability. These swirl finishes almost never come up for sale, especially in this condition! EXC w/OHSC $1,250
  • 1965 Epiphone Olympic D "Cherry"
    A gorgeous example of the two pickup Olympic. With the distinctive 6-0n-a-side "batwing" headstock and a thin, resnonant mahogany body with asymmetrical cutaways, this guitar is extremely comfortable to play, while the twin single coil Melody Maker pickups and independent tone and volume controls allow for a wide variety of great tones. This guitar also features an original Maestro tremolo tailpiece and beautiful "Cherry" finish. A great vintage Kalamazoo made guitar at a very player-friendly price! EXC w/HSC $1,250
  • 1954 Fender Esquire "Blackguard"
    This guitar has been part of our personal collection for a few years and we're thrilled to make this one available! Blackguard Esquires are some of our favorite electric guitars and this killer guitar from 1954 is the perfect example! With a lightweight ash body, the perfect '54 profile maple neck, and original single Esquire pickup, this guitar absolutely screams! This guitar once had a Les Paul style output jack, resulting in a few small filled screw holes. The tone pot was replaced by the original owner but the original is included, along with the original hardshell case. Blackguard Teles and Esquires are among the most desirable guitars in the vintage market and are becoming increasingly hard to find. Whether you're a collector or a player, if you're looking for an Esquire, this is definitely one of the best available! EXC w/OHSC $34,500
  • 1966 Fender Stratocaster "Lake Placid Blue"
    This is easily one of the best sounding "Custom Color" Stratocasters in the shop! The perfect medium "C" shaped neck features a rare, dark Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with pearl-dot inlays and a transition-era "Fender" logo. Custom Color Stratocasters have become harder to find, and it is very rare to have a mid-60's example with a Brazilian board. The original electronics and pickups are exceptional sounding, and with an original hardshell case, they simply don't get much better than this! EXC w/OHSC $22,500   
  • 1969 Fender Telecaster Maple Cap "Blonde"
    This is a fantastic sounding "maple cap" Telecaster! The original frets have plenty of life left in them, and the slim "C" shape neck plays great all the way up. The guitar features a beautiful "blonde" finish, "F" branded tuners, three-ply pickguard, and the original electronics which deliver all the great tones that have made maple cap tele's the go-to instrument of so many great players. This guitar also includes the original Fender hardshell case and "ashtray" bridge cover. EXC w/OHSC $7,500
  • 1963 Wandre BB Brigitte Bardot "White"
    Named after famed movie starlett Brigitte Bardot, this early 60's Wandre has all the seductive curves you'd expect for a guitar drawing inspiration from Bardot! This unique Italian-made instrument is as much a work of art as a guitar, and with features like an aluminum neck, these were truly ahead of their time! These have become increasingly hard to find in the US, and this fully original example is in fantastic condition. EXC w/HSC $4,500