• 1956 Fender Esquire "Blonde"
    50's Esquires are some of our all time favorite electric guitars, and this stunning "White Guard" example from 1956 is no exception! The perfect "soft V" style maple neck, lightweight ash body, and single screaming bridge pickup make a fantastic sounding combination with a surprising versatility. Fully original and in great shape, this guitar would be perfect for any collection or player. The original tweed Fender case and "ash tray" bridge cover are included. Fender Esquires are becoming harder to find in this condition and continue to increase in value. EXC w/OHSC $22,500.
  • 1973 Fender Telecaster Thinline "Olympic White"
    One of the cleanest early '70's Thinline Telecasters we've seen! This fantastic example from 1973 features a pair of great sounding "Widerange" humbucker pickups, designed by Seth Lover and embossed with the "Fender" Logo, as well as an original Custom Color "Olympic White" finish and fast playing maple neck. This guitar also includes an original Fender polish cloth and hardshell case. Thinlines are some of the most versatile electric guitars Fender made, and this beautiful 1973 example is hard to beat! EXC w/OHSC $6,995.
  • 2019 Fender Limited Edition Telecaster Thinline Two-tone "Fiesta Red"
    Part of a limited run of American made Thinline Telecasters, this beautiful guitar features a unique two-tone "Fiesta Red" finish with a matching headstock and white back and sides with black binding. This like-new example was purchased from the original owner and includes all the case candy, as well as a Brown-tolex Fender hard case. EXC w/OHSC $1,550
  • 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
  • 1965 Fender Stratocaster "Lake Placid Blue"
    Just in from a private collection, this incredible Custom Color Stratocaster features all '64 appointments with a January '65 neck date. The original "Lake Placid Blue" finish is vibrant and unfaded and is perfectly complemented by the 3-ply white guard, dark rosewood fingerboard, and Transition era logo. The perfect "C" shaped neck profile and original gray-bottom single coil pickups make this a fantastic guitar for players and collectors alike. EXC w/OHSC $29,500
  • 1959 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    They don't come with much more vibe than this! This incredible 1959 Stratocaster came to us from a private collection and appears to have weathered some type of fire, forever altering the original two-tone Sunburst finish. The ash body is extremely lightweight and resonant, while the original '59 neck profile is slim and comfortable, with a professionally done re-fret that make this one of the better playing Strats in the shop. A five way switch has been added but the original pickups and pots remain, making this guitar capable of all of the great sounds that have made the Strat so versatile for so many years. This guitar even includes an original Fender Tweed case. The original guard has a few autographs, the only one we can make out for sure is Nashville touring and studio legend Johnny Hiland. This guitar is perfect for any player looking for a '50's Strat with tons of character. VG w/OHSC $21,500.
  • 1973 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    An incredibly clean example of an early 70's Stratocaster, this 1973 model features a vibrant and unfaded "Sunburst" finish. The trio of original single coil pickups allow for a huge variety of great tones, while the comfortable, medium sized "C" profile neck and dark rosewood fingerboard make this guitar a fantastic player. EXC w/HSC $3,995.
  • 1967 Fender Custom Telecaster "Sunburst"
    Custom Teles are some of our favorite guitars, and this exquisite 1967 model is a perfect example! It features a beautiful double-bound, three-tone sunburst body, along with a dark rosewood board and a highly flamed maple neck, transitional Fender logo, and the original hardshell case. The perfect medium "C" neck profile make this a fantastic playing guitar, while the original electronics are extremely versatile, making for one of the best sounding Telecasters in the store. EXC w/OHSC $14,500.
  • 1978 Fender Telecaster Custom "Sunburst"
    Some of the ultimate rock 'n roll Telecasters! This 1978 Custom features a gorgeous ash body with a distinctive grain pattern, highlighted by the beautiful Sunburst finish. Wit a rare rosewood fingerboard and great playing "C" shape neck, this guitar is a very comfortable instrument to play, while the original tele bridge pickup and Seth Lover designed Fender "Wide Range" humbucker in the neck make this one of the most tonally versatile guitars. EXC w/HSC $3,500
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 1955 Fender Stratocaster "Sunburst"
    Just in! is this Fine example of a 1955 Fender Stratocaster that has one of the nicest grain we have ever seen on an early 50's Fender. It also has all the early features including Bakelite parts, large profile Maple neck, original 3-way switch, beautiful 2-tone Sunburst finish and it also comes with the original Fender Tweed hard shell case. This guitar is all setup perfectly for any player. A Fantastic 1955 Fender Stratocaster! EXC w/OHSC $37,500.
  • 1958 Fender Telecaster "See-thru Blonde"
    This 1958 is an incredible example of a "See-thru blonde", white guard Telecaster. The maple neck is a comfortable "V" shape, and the lightweight body is extremely resonant. With a "spaghetti" logo, "ash tray" bridge cover, and original pickups and wiring, this is a fantastic sounding guitar, and it includes the original Tweed case. 1950's Teles are getting harder to find, especially ones that play and sound this good. EXC w/OHSC $24,500.
  • 1966 Fender Stratocaster "Black"
    This is a very rare, custom color, 1966 Strat. It is a transitional year and the black is especially rare for '66. It features the larger headstock, transition logo, bigger frets, that are original, and a great playing neck. A great opportunity to own a great playing and collectible Strat! EXC W/OHSC $22,500.