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1968 Hagstrom H8 “Sunburst”

A very clean example of a rare bass; these are getting harder and harder to find. Made famous by Jimi Hendrix and Noel Redding in the original Jimi Hendrix Experience, …

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1954 Fender Pro Amp “Tweed”

A fantastic sounding Tweed amp, this “wide-panel” Pro features the original 15″ Jenson speaker, two instrument and a microphone input, and controls for volume and tone. The amp works perfectly, and …

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1953 Fender Esquire “Butterscotch”

This guitar has one of the best sounding pickups we’ve heard in a “blackguard”. The guitar is light-weight with a comfortable neck, and the original 3 way switch lends to a surprising …

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1966 Fender Jaguar “Lake Placid Blue”

One of the cleanest “Custom Color” Fender guitars we’ve had recently. This all-original Jaguar features the original Fender bridge mute, a wide, comfortable bound neck, matching, “Lake Placid Blue” headstock, …

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1961 Gibson ES-125TC “Sunburst”

A great playing, clean example of the desirable “thin body” ES-125. This guitar features a mean sounding P90, comfortable, deep cutaway, and a thin, light-weight body that makes this guitar equally …

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1963 Gibson Firebird V “Sunburst”

This is an amazing playing, first-year Firebird V with short-lived, early features. The guitar features a neck-thru body, bound neck with trapezoid inlays, an original Lyre vibrola tremolo unit, a pair …

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Fender The Edge Deluxe

A ’57 spec Fender Tweed Deluxe made to the specifications of U2’s The Edge. This 12 watt, hardwired amplifier features a 12″ Celestion Alnico Blue speaker, 2 channel inputs, and …

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1992 Rickenbacker 360-12C63 “Fireglo”

A faithful recreation of the 1966 Rickenbacker 360/12, as made famous by George Harrison. This model features two “toaster top” single coil pickups, 60’s triangle inlays, a ’63-spec Fireglo finish, …

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1968 Gibson ES-335 “Cherry”

A beautiful, Cherry, ES-335 with the original hang tag. Featuring a great playing neck, original “trapeze” tail piece, and a pair of Gibson Patent Number pickups, this fully original guitar …

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1968 Rickenbacker 360 “Burgundyglo”

Not only does this guitar feature the very rare “Burgundyglo” finish, but the maple body below is highly flamed, making for a truly stunning Rickenbacker. The original “toaster” style pickups offer …

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1963 Gibson ES-345 “Sunburst”

A fantastic playing ES-345, this example includes 2 original “Patent Applied For” pickups, stereo “Vari-tone” switch, and a beautiful Sunburst finish. As expected, the PAF’s help make this an incredible …

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1961 Guild X-350B “Blonde”

A beautiful and rare Guild guitar, this example features a beautifully flamed maple back, comfortable “C” neck profile, Kolb style German tuners, and the original, “Franz” single-coil pickups. The Epiphone-inspired …