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1959 Gibson ES-125, vintage hollowbody non-cutaway archtop at an entry level price, single P-90 pickup putting out 7.19k, upgraded with modern trapeze tailpiece and Kluson single line chrome tuning machines, updated bridge and pots with replacement knobs, gorgeous finish, no cracks or repairs, neck angle is ideal, retains Factory original pickguard, amazing vintage tone on a budget includes modern hard shell case
1955 Gretsch 6190 Streamliner in sunburst finish, single cutaway with Melita bridge, block inlays, single Dearmond pickup, and G-tailpiece, all original example, still retains the original turtoise pickguard, complete with original Gretsch hard shell case. ...More »
2014 Nash T-63
Nash's T-63 is made to the specifications of a 63’ Telecaster and professionally aged with its own unique personality. This pre-owned Nash is in excellent condition, finished in Oly White with a 3-ply white pickguard, alder body, and rosewood neck. Nash did an amazing job artificially lightly aging this guitar to look like an vintage Telecaster. The paint is faded well with occasional chips and dings in a very aesthetically pleasing way. As for normal wear, it is hard to spot any unintentional marks on the body, and the frets have a ton of life left in them.
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1972 Chet Atkins 6120 Nashville
1972 Chet Atkins 6120 Nashville, Co-designed with the guitarist’s guitarist, Chet Atkins, the venerable 6120 is one of the most widely heard Gretsch instruments. The 6120 Chet Atkins Nashville Hollow Body with Bigsby stays true to the original design and astounding classic aesthetics. A veritable tonal multi-tool, this hollow body has an easy-playing, comfortable feel and rings out proudly with that great Gretsch Sound!
This 1972 Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Nashville is in very good condition, with moderate aging and minimal wear, all of the electronics still work properly, and the binding around the body shows some moderate aging. The original finish is in great shape with minimal discoloration. This Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Nashville is a timeless classic, and perfect for the player, performer, or someone who just wants to add a fine Gretsch to their collection. Comes complete with the factory orignal hardshell case.
1992 Danny Gatton Custom Shop Telecaster
1992 Fender Custom Shop Danny Gatton Signature Telecaster, this Danny Gatton Tele is 100 percent original including strings, 29th made to Danny's specs with a swamp ash body, 1-piece maple neck, and finished in rare honey blonde with a black pick guard, Joe Barden Pickups, vintage style coup bridge, and show-ready cubic zirconia neck dots that can be seen under the darkest of stage lighting, complete with tweed hardshell case, all certificates as well as the original shipping container ...More »
1959 Fender Jazzmaster, super clean all original example. In 9 out of 10 condition. Two tone sunburst, gorgeous early nitrate tortoise pick guard. Thick wide neck in amazing condition with virtually no fret wear. Even the back of this guitar is still very clean with only minor jean rivet fuzz. Comes complete with original strings, cord, and catalog reprint and factory original super rare tweed hard shell case....More »
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1956 Fender Telecaster in museum condition. This is one of the finest and cleanest '56 Teles we have ever seen. Strong V neck profile, all original guitar that dates to the first week of July in 1956, pot code 304629. Perfect balance and light weight at 7.09 lbs. Bridge pickup reads 6.33K and the neck pickup reads at 5.87K. Comes complete with strap, cord, strings, bridge cover, catalog, and an original Koylon lined tweed hard shell case in amazing condition! One for the true collector!...More »
1987 PRS CU24 in tortoise shell, first year for this amazing and highly sought after finish, 5 way rotary control and sweet switch, Brazilian rosewood fret board with abalone dot inlays, this instrument is in exceptional condition with no visible play wear, nicks or scratches, complete with most original paperwork, hang tags, warranty card and keys in the original hardshell case....More »
1950's Airline Stereo, Kay house branded to Montgomery Wards, silver sparkle headstock overlay, original black finish, bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with block inlays, all original and complete, great tone from the factory original Kleenex box pickups, comes complete with vintage Gretsch hardshell case....More »
Kay K8990 Upbeat
1950's Kay K8990 Upbeat with Kelvinator head stock and original black finish, it has a great playing neck with great frets, all original and 100% complete with the exception of the adjustment thumbwheels on the bridge, included, is a vintage Gretsch hardshell case....More »
Danny Gatton Collection
Here is your chance to own a piece of guitar history! These instruments were Danny's actual playing instruments in the years before his untimely passing. His 53' Tele was long gone and had been traded for a 36' Ford Coupe.
His Fender Custom Shop number 1 Telecaster (first in thumbnail) was modified by Danny to include a center pickup. A new pickguard was also added, the original is still in the case. Tom Wheeler author of 'American Guitars' signed the instrument. The neck plate bears an inscription in Danny's hand, "Stolen from Danny Gatton, 1991'.
His Fender Custom Shop number 2 Danny Gatton prototype Telecaster (second in thumbnail) is in factory original condition and includes the original shipping box from Fender to Danny's address in Maryland. It remains in near mint condition and was only played once in the studio according to Danny's handwritten letter.
The third guitar pictured is a Randy Wood acoustic. It's a single cutaway flat-top with highly figured Maple back and sides, spruce top, sunburst finish, and ornate carving at the neck heel as well as multiple binding, Herringbone purfling, with ebony fingerboard, and abalone inlay from end to end. It is a masterwork with multiple inlay and Danny's name at the end of the fingerboard. This is the finest example of detail work by Master Builder Randy Wood.
The final piece in the collection, the Fender Custom Shop P/J Bass, was made for Danny by Fender guitars as a benefit of his agreement for the signature model Danny Gatton Telecaster. It combines features of an early black guard Fender Bass with a Jazz Bass pickup, a split P-Bass pickup, and concentric controls. It's also hand etched by Danny and dated 4-4-93. It is the only one known to exist.
With this collection is a 30's Gibson red-stripe-tweed case for the Randy Wood acoustic, the original cases for the two Telecasters with the letters of authenticity, and the original Tweed case for the P/J Bass.
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ES 140 T
1984 Gibson ES-335 Dot in a rare cherry burst finish, this super clean example is upgraded with coil tap switches and a replaced neck pickup that reads 7.5k and 7.68k on the bridge, a light weight example at just 7lbs 9 oz, plays and feels fantastic with a very comfortable neck profile, complete with original Gibson hard shell case....More »
1960 Fender Jazzmaster, vibrant un-faded sunburst finish, dark chocolate Brazillian rosewood slab fingerboard, with clay dot position markers, remarkably clean guitar bought from the original owners estate, all original example that plays and sounds wonderful, comes complete with the original hang tag, strings, polishing cloth, bridge cover, strap. The original Fender brown tolex case is included....More »
1958 Fender Telecaster, all original survivor guitar, light kinda feather weight example, with an abnormally large neck profile, great tone and overall playability, lots of honest play wear but no signs of abuse, this is one we have trouble putting down and you will to, includes the original bridge cover, limited ephemera and original tweed hard shell case....More »
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