• 1960 Harmony H75 "Sunburst"
    A fantastic example of Harmony's Top-of-the-line, Flagship model. With three "gold foil" pickups, volume and tone, and on/off toggle switches for each, this guitar offers a huge variety of sounds that have made this a favorite of players like Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. The tortoiseshell pickguard and headstock veneer, as well as the harp tail piece and beautiful "sunburst" finish also make this the most ornate Harmony semi hollow body model available, and this example includes the original hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $1,350
  • 1962 National Glenwood 99 "White"
    An extremely rare, top-of-the-line, Valco made National Glenwood 99. Similar to the one used by Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour, the two piece "Res-o-glass" body was designed to resemble a map of the United States. With two single coil pickups, as well as the earliest "acoustic" style pickups beneath the bridge, this is an innovative and great sounding guitar. These very rarely come up for  sale, and are even harder to find with the original case, which this guitar also includes. An extremely collectible and unique guitar, this is a great instrument for collector's and player's alike. EXC w/OHSC $5,500
  • Zemaitis Custom Shop Metal Front Danny O'brien Engraved "Mermaid"
    This is a one-of-a-kind Zemaitis guitar that was ordered and designed in person at the custom shop in Japan by Keith Nelson of Buckcherry. The guitar has a beautiful Engraved Metal Front with Keith's original "Mermaid" design, that was engraved by renowned artist and long-time Tony Zemaitis collaborator Danny O'brien. O'brien's work can be seen on guitars used by Ron Wood, Gilby Clarke, Keith Richards, and other famous Zemaitis users. The three Humbucker guitar features a "blend" knob for the middle pickup, allowing for a huge variety of tones that make this guitar not only beautiful to look at but a great sounding instrument as well. This is a stunning work of art that holds up to Danny O'brien's legacy. EXC w/HSC $8,500
  • 1980s Melobar Powerslide 88 "Red, White, and Blue"
    An incredibly rare and cool lapsteel, this 10-string Melobar Powerslide features a red, white, and blue vinyl covering that is sure to stand out! These instruments have been used by renowned slide players  from Johnny Winter to Roy Clark, and hardly ever come up for sale. A unique instrument that allows the user to play comfortably whether standing or seated, and the front-mounted volume and tone controls allow for a variety of swells and tonal shaping. We have hardly ever seen these, especially in this color! EXC $1,350
  • 1965 Mosrite Ventures "Sunburst"
    Semi Mosley of Bakersfield, California made some of the most unique and famous guitars of the '60s. Seen everywhere from shows like Town Hall Party to countless country stars, the real breakthrough for Mosrite came with the edorsement from the chart-topping Surf-rock band The Ventures. This early example of the Ventures model from 1965 features the desirable "Vibramute" tailpiece and early "Mosrite" logo branded pickups, as well as the "Ventures" logo on the headstock. This guitar is one of the cleanest Mosrites we've had and includes the original case. EXC w/OHSC $3,995
  • 1960s Harmony H-59 Rocket III "Sunburst"
    The top-of-the-line model Rocket, this mid '60s example features a trio of the sought after "Gold foil" pickups, with a switch allowing any one or all 3 to be used, as well as volume and tone knobs for each pickup. Used by countless Blues and Rock artists, the Harmony Rocket is a fantastic sounding hollow body with a wide variety of tonal options. EXC w/SSC $1,195
  • 1969 Harmony H-54 Rocket II "Sunburst"
    This late 60's Harmony features two of the sought-after "Gold foil" DeArmond pickups with volume and tone controls for each. The 15 3/4" wide double cut body is fully hollow and the comfortable, unbound rosewood fingerboard and neck make for a great playing guitar. Used by everyone from the Rolling Stones to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, Harmony H-models are a staple of rock and blues guitar. EXC $895
  • Travis Bean TB1000A Artist
    Here is a prime example of a Travis Bean. This is the artist model which features a Koa body, aluminum neck, two Travis Bean humbuckers, pearl block inlays on a rosewood fingerboard, 3 way toggle and a volume and tone control for each pickup. These have been played by legends like Keith Richards and Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones and Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. These are currently seeing a resurgence in modern music. A very unique guitar that is becoming harder to find! EXC W/HSC $6500    
  • 1962 Epiphone Crestwood "Cherry"
    One of the cleanest examples we've seen of this rare, Kalamazoo-made Epiphone Crestwood guitars. A step up from the Wilshire and Coronet models, this early, "3- on-a-side" headstock Crestwood features an inlaid headstock ornament with oval inlays on the fingerboard, and transparent pickguard. This fully original guitar features a pair of fantastic sounding mini-humbucking pickups, comfortable '60 slim-profile neck, all nickel parts, and an Epiphone "Vibrola" tremolo tail piece. This is the only Crestwood we've seen with the original Epiphone hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $5,500
  • Joe Bonamassa "Amos" Flying V Replica
    This Flying V was made by Echo Park guitars for Joe Bonamassa as an exact replica of his 1958 example nicknamed "Amos". It was used by Joe on European tours where travel with Amos was difficult. The aging, neck profile, pickups, and all details of the guitar were custom made to be as close to the real thing as possible. An incredible playing and sounding guitar that includes a letter from Joe detailing the history. EXC w/OHSC $12,500
  • 2007 James Trussart Steeltop "Roses"
    This stunning Trussart Steeltop features a killer engraved rose pattern, two phenomenal Arcane humbucking pickups, great playing neck, and the original case and paperwork. A like new example of a cool guitar with a unique look. EXC w/OHSC $3,500
  • 1960s Airline Folkstar "Black"
    Originally sold at Montgomery Ward department stores, this 60's Airline Folkstar was a short lived resonator guitar model. Made from "res-0-glas" and featuring a single cone "Biscuit" resnonator, this is a great playing and sounding guitar with awesome 60's styling like guitars used by J.B. Hutton and Jack White. EXC w/SC $1,100
  • Hamer Korina Limited Edition Explorer #25
    This is from an extremely limited run of Korina Explorers and Flying Vs from the 90's. This is in fantastic condition and the gold hardware still retains much of the original shine. It is balanced when playing it. The neck is a very comfortable medium profile. It plays very easily and sounds great. A great addition to any player or collector! EXC W/OHSC $3995    
  • Rock N Roll Relics Jazz Classic "White"
    A great looking and feeling Jazzmaster. Rock N Roll Relics always produce great vintage inspired instruments and this is no exception. The neck is chunky and smooth, playing very easily. It has medium jumbo frets with the rosewood board. The body has a terrific looking relic and is a nice weight. The David Allen pickups really shine in this guitar. A fantastic guitar that won't disappoint! EXC W/OHSC $1695    
  • 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.
  • 2015 Framus Mayfield Legacy Pro
    Check out this amazing Framus, made in Germany. Framus hand picks the wood for these guitars, and it shows. This has a beautiful grain to it. This has an arched top and is slightly slimmer than a typical 335 style. The 2 Seymour Duncan P90s really scream and round out this guitar nicely. If you're looking for an affordable and quality guitar, here it is! EXC W/SSC $1495    
  • Vox Mark XII "White"
    Here is a very early example of a Mark XII in the rare white. This was popularized by Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. This one is Made in England and has 3 single coils, a vibrato tailpiece, zero fret, scratch guard on the back and mirror pickguard. The neck is a very comfortably rounded and plays very easily. This instantly has the classic 60’s vibe. A rare opportunity! EXC W/OHSC $3950    
  • 1959 Supro Rythym Master "Sunburst"
    A great little 50's 2-pickup model, these make great slide guitars or if you want that retro sound and look it doesn't get any cooler than this!  EXC w/SSC $1450
  • 1965 Guild Duane Eddy DE500 "Blonde"
    This 1st year with Humbucking style pickups "Duane Eddy DE-500 weighs just 7.00 lbs. and has a nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches, a nice medium neck profile and a scale length of 24 1/2 inches. Seventeen inch wide (1 7/8 inch thick) body with curly maple back and sides, laminated spruce top with single-bound f-holes, three-piece maple/walnut/maple neck with four-ply (black/white/black/white) binding, and double-bound ebony fretboard with 20 frets and inlaid pearl block position markers with abalone "V" inserts. Lip top headstock with inlaid pearl "Guild" logo and pearl "G-shield" inlay. Four controls (two volume, two tone) plus master volume control on cutaway (treble) bout and three-way pickup selector switch on upper bass bout. Guild black plastic knobs with G-logo on a gold disc, Bigsby "Guild" Vibrato tailpiece. All hardware is gold-plated. Guitar was buffed by previous owner and looks almost new condition. EXC w/50's Gibson Brown HSC $4995
  • 2006 Curbow Petite Guitar and M4 Bass "Mahogany"
    Custom Made by Doug Somervell is this One of a Kind Matched Pair with Great Features! EXC+ w/OHSC $7800.