• 1959 Hofner Club 50 "Blonde"
    A beautiful and rare early Hofner guitar! Made in Germany, Hofner guitars were sold by Selmer instruments in England, and this 1959 Club 50 model is similar to guitars owned by players like George Harrison and Richie Blackmore early in their careers. This guitar features a fully hollow and lightweight Les Paul-inspired body with beautifully flamed maple back and sides, tortoiseshell pick guard and control panel, as well as two incredible single coil pickups. A great playing example and early piece of rock n' roll history! EXC $2,500
  • 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  
  • 1966 Hofner 459 VTZ "Sunburst"
    This extremely rare 1966 Hofner 459 VTZ features a built in Fuzz unit powered by a 9v battery. With the same body as the famous 500/1 "Beatle" bass, this instrument also features a beautiful flamed maple back and sides, floral headstock inlay, pearloid guard and the original hardshell case. These hardly come up for sale, especially in clean, working order. A must for Hofner collectors. EXC w/OHSC $2,650
  • 1962 Hofner Model 191-1 Double neck "Sunburst"
    This extremely rare 1962 Hofner Model 191-1 doubleneck combines a great playing bass and guitar, along with a trio of original Hofner "Diamond Logo" Staple pickups. The fully hollow body is extremely light weight, and bound in pearloid, while the Brazilian rosewood board is inlaid with striped pearl blocks. We've never seen another instrument like this. This is a chance to own one of the most rare Hofner models in truly exceptional condition. EXC $ 3,850
  • 1968 Coral Sitar "Crackle Finish"
    This 1968 Coral Sitar is a "New Old Stock" one owner instrument! Designed in collaboration with session ace Vinnie Bell, this instrument includes the original sample LP, and can also be heard on countless recordings as varied as Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty, and Joe South. With individual pickups for the standard 6 strings as well as the sympathetic "drone" strings, this guitar is a must for studio players, collectors, and fans of 60's Psychedelia. This is definitely the cleanest Coral Sitar available. EXC + w/OHSC $4,500
  • 1950's Silvertone Model 1319 Lapsteel "Sunburst"
    This 50's era Silvertone lapsteel features a screaming single colil "speed bump" pickup with a volume and tone control. This is a fantastic sounding instrument that is equally suited to country and blues or rock n' roll style playing. EXC $450
  • 1959 Silvertone U2 "Black"
    This incredible late '50s Silvertone/Danelectro U2 model is perfect for fans of the distinctive Jimmy Page Danelectro tone. With two "Lipstick" single coil pickups, Masonite body with rosewood fingerboard, and a 3-on-a-side "Coke Bottle" headstock, these guitars have a look and sound all their own. EXC w/HSC $1,450
  • 2016 Whitfill Cousin Paul "Wine Red"
    The perfect hybrid of the Telecaster and Les Paul, the Whitfill Cousin Paul features a one piece set mahogany neck with a comfortable 10" radius, light-weight chambered mahogany body, and Whifill's handwound '58 PAF humbucking pickups. With a stop tail piece and ABR-1 bridge, this guitar bridges the gap between two of the most loved guitar models of all time. EXC w/HSC $2,750
  • 1994 Heritage H-575 "Blonde"
    Heritage's take on the classic Gibson ES-175, this H-575 features a gorgeous flamed maple top, back, and sides, as well as a wooden pick guard, a great playing mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, trapeze tail piece, and two original humbucking pickups. A phenomenal instrument perfect for everything from jazz to rock n' roll! EXC w/HSC $2,500
  • 1966 Mosrite Joe Maphis David Barksdale "Sunburst"
    This one of a kind Mosrite Joe Maphis model was custom ordered for the original owner, who's name appears engraved on the pickguard. Ordered in 1966 and assembled by Semi Mosley himself, this guitar features a unique control layout with four separate controls for volume and tone, as well as an Early Mosrite style side-mount input jack, screw head pole piece pickups, Molsey vibrato tailpiece, and highly figured flame maple necks. Truly a one-of-a-kind instrument, this guitar represents a piece of music and guitar history! EXC w/OHSC $4,995  
  • 2018 Utopia Custom Shop Traditional T-Style "Blonde"
    A RSM exclusive, this Utopia T-style guitar is a faithful recreation of a Blackguard Tele. With period correct attention to detail like a Bakelite guard, "ashtray" bridge cover, thin "Nitro" finish, and a comfortable maple neck, this guitar has the look and feel of some of our favorite vintage instruments. This guitar also features a push/pull "Blend" tone pot to achieve Broadcaster style blended pickup sounds. Only available through Rumble Seat Music, these guitars are some of the best new vintage style guitars available. New w/OHSC $2,300
  • 2018 Utopia Custom Shop Traditional S- Style "Fiesta Red"
    A Rumble Seat Music Exclusive, this Utopia "S-style" guitar has the look, feel, and sound of some of our favorite vintage guitars. These guitars were built by designed and built by some of the best vintage guitar authorities in Italy with close attention to detail. With custom wound JW Restoration pickups, celluloid "Mint Green" pickguard, vintage tuners, a dark slab rosewood fingerboard and a vintage-correct "Fiesta Red" finish, this is a fantastic tribute to an early 60's Strat. New w/OHSC $2,300
  • Utopia RS Traditional Series Guitars
    Available exclusively through Rumble Seat Music, these instruments are the result of a collaboration of vintage authorities from around the world. Made in Italy withe finest vintage style parts, these guitars are made to the same standards as the vintage examples from which they draw inspiration. With features like period-correct celluloid pick guards, vintage style Nitro finishes, slab rosewood fingerboards, and JW Restoration pickups in some models, these guitars are fantastic reproductions of our favorite vintage guitars and basses. Call or stop in the store for more details! $2,300    
  • Trussart SteelCaster "Seafoam Green"
    This Trussart Steelcaster is extremely unique and a prime example of his work. This features a relic seafoam green finish, stained gray maple neck, which is a medium rounded profile, engraved roses on the pickguard and headstock, single F hole, and Kluson tuners. This is loaded with Arcane pickups in the classic combination of a single coil bridge and a humbucker in the neck. This guitar is in excellent condition and plays easily. Don't miss out on this unique build! EXC W/HSC $3500    
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 $3,495    
  • 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.