• 1964 Guild S-200 Thunderbird "Sunburst"
    One of the most unique and distinctive guitar designs, the Guild Thunderbird has a close association with the legendary Muddy Waters, as he appears with one on the back of his landmark record Electric Mud. This example is one of the best we've seen; with a perfect larger neck profile, remarkably easy to use tremolo system, and a huge array of great tones available with the pair of original Guild HB-1 humbucking pickups. Perhaps the most unusual feature of these guitars is the magnetic kickstand on the back of the instrument designed to eliminate the need for a guitar stand. Despite it's unconventional design, this is a truly incredible playing and sounding guitar, perfect for the psychedelic and blues tones heard on the late 60's Muddy Waters releases. EXC w/OHSC $6,500.
  • 1968 National Prototype Archtop "Sunburst"
    This is a guitar like nothing we've seen before! Likely a one-of-a-kind prototype, this Chicago-made National electric guitar features a fully hollow 17" wide body with an intricate "Checkerboard" binding. The elaborate switching allow for a uge array of tonal options, and the slim and comfortable bolt-on neck make this guitar surprisingly easy to play. Obviously inspired by intricate arch top guitars like the Super 400 and instruments played by Country Stars like Merle Travis, this is truly a unique guitar! EXC $4,200.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 1961 Danelectro DC-1 "Copper"
    This is easily one of the cleanest Danelectros to come through the shop! An original 1961 DC-1, this model features the coveted "Seal" pickguard found on the two pickup version used by Jimmy Page. The single "lipstick" pickup provides the distinctive tone Danos are known for, while the original "Copper" finish is in fantastic cosmetic shape and unfaded. This clean guitar set up to be a great player, and includes the original Hardshell Case. EXC w/ $1,400.
  • 1960's Wandre Tri-lam "Tri-color"
    Rumble Seat Music is proud to offer this incredible and original Wandre Tri-lam for sale again! This guitar spent some time in the personal collection of Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick. These rare guitars are as much works of art as they are exceptional musical instruments! Designed by Italian luthier Antonio Vandrè Pioli, this guitar features a great playing aluminum neck with a rosewood fingerboard, an incredible sounding "Davoli" pickup, and a unique tri-color motif. There were very few of these guitars manufactured and they have become increasingly sought after over the years. If you're looking for a truly unique instrument, this is it! EXC w/HSC $3,995
  • 1960's Goya Rangemaster "Sunburst"
    With it's unique "Split pickup" design and push button switching, this phenomenal, Italian-made semi-hollow offers a huge variety of tonal options. The great playing neck and double cutaway shape make this an incredibly comfortable instrument, and the original "trapeze" style tailpiece, headstock overlay, and control layout give this guitar a distinctive look. If you're looking for a vintage electric you don't see everyday, this 60's Rangemaster is a perfect choice, and even includes the rare original case! EXC w/OHSC $1,500
  • Guitar Factory 12-String "Koa"
    The Guitar Factory in Orlando, Florida are one of the premier custom guitar builders in the country. Long favored by Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band, these instruments often represent one-of-a-kind designs and features making each instrument a work of art. This 12 string model features a Piezo acoustic pickup, as well as three active preamp single coils for a huge variety of tonal variations. The guitar has a beautiful Koa wood top and mahogany body, while the double cutaway design and lightweight body make this an incredibly comfortable guitar, especially for a 12 string. If you're looking for a truly unique instrument this is a great choice! EXC w/SSC $1,250
  • Mondell Tall Top Rattle Plate
    This is a custom made guitar by renowned American luthier Robert Mondell! The Beautiful quilted kosi kosi body is accented by a recessed metal top featuring Modell's distsinct "rattle plate" center cavity, giving the guitar a musical, resonator-like overtone This guitar features a two-way truss rod, and With a pair of Arcane humbuckers, kosi kosi neck, rosewood fingerboard and metal binding, this guitar is as much a great sounding guitar as it is a work of art. A truly unique instrument, this guitar has been seen on stage with Nick Perri of Dorothy and the Underground Thieves. If you're looking for an amazing instrument that is sure to stand out, this is it! EXC w/HSC $3,995.
  • Gil Yaron Bone 59 "Sunburst"
    Long revered for the quality of his '59 spec guitars, Gil Yaron has made a name for himself as a quality luthier using period correct materials and methods. This Bone 59 model features a beautifully flamed maple top, dark brazilian rosewood board, and a light weight and resonant mahogany body. The neck is a perfect '59 profile, making this guitar an incredible player. These have become increasingly sought after and hard to find. EXC w/OHSC $7,300.
  • 1978 Ibanez Artist Professional Bob Weir "Natural"
    This 1978 Ibanez Artist Professional model is frequently associated with Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead. These have become harder to find over the years and are highly sought after by Deadheads and fans of 70's Ibanez guitars. The original "Flying Finger" humbucking pickups sound fantastic, while the thin double cut body and seamless neck joint make this guitar very comfortable to play, even for prolonged jamming! The original Ibanez tuners were replaced at one time but have been reinstalled on the guitar. EXC w/HSC $1,495
  • 2019 The Utopia Custom Shop Traditional "Fiesta Red w/...
    Another beautiful guitar from the Utopia Custom Shop in Italy, these hand made instruments are faithful recreations of classic Fender designs, and this "Fiesta Red" Strat style is one of the best yet! With a perfect medium "C" bound neck profile, dark Rosewood fingerboard, aged pearl inlays, and dead-on "Fiesta Red" finish, this guitar offers the looks and feel of a well-loved vintage instrument. Available in the US only through Rumble Seat Music! Brand New w/OHSC $1,850.
  • 2019 The Utopia Custom Shop Traditional "Utopia Blue"
    Another beautiful guitar from the Utopia Custom Shop in Italy, these hand made instruments are faithful recreations of classic Fender designs. This Telecaster style sports a unique "Utopia Blue" turquoise finish. With a perfect medium "C" bound neck profile and dark Rosewood fingerboard, this guitar offers the looks and feel of a well-loved vintage instrument. Available in the US only through Rumble Seat Music! Brand New w/OHSC $1,850.
  • Echo Park Clarence Custom Case Study "Aged Sunburst"
    This incredible Echo Park Clarence Custom guitar is a true work of art! The one-of-a-kind bound solidbody features a beautiful Koa top with a "tortoiseshell" guard, Ziricote fingerboard and a pair of Arcane Humbucking pickups. This guitar was part of the personal collection of renowned producer and guitarist John Shanks. Echo Park guitars have made a name for themselves as some of the highest quality custom built guitars today, and this example is no exception. EXC w/HSC $5,000
  • Loic Le Pape Lsteele "Neil Young Old Black"
    This unique steel-body guitar was built by renowned French Luthier Loic Le Pape and offers a twist on the famous "Old Black" Les Paul used by Neil Young. The fully hollow, LP shaped steel body features all the rust and wear associated with Neil's long time number one guitar, and true to the original features a Firebird pickup in the bridge position and a P90 in the neck. The wooden neck is a comfortable '50's profile and features a metal brace throughout, just like Old Black. This custom made instrument was part of the collection of legendary producer and guitar player John Shanks. It includes a hardhsell case stenciled with Neil Young's various band names. EXC w/OHSC $4,000.
  • 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 $1,995
  • 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