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For your consideration, this 1991 Rickenbacker 660 12TP Limited Edition Tom Petty Signature model is #535 of 1000 from the first year of production and is in exceptionally fine condition! With its cresting wave body and deluxe trim, unique 12 string offset tuning machines, slim dual pickups, and fireglo finish on the birdseye maple body and neck, this instrument SCREAMS Tom Petty - and it should - it was designed by Petty himself, specifically the neck! With a weight of 7 lb 13.3 oz and pickup readings of 7.30 at the neck and 10.71 at the bridge, the tone and playability of this instrument is nothing less than breathtaking and its must have guitar for the serious fan; pay the ultimate tribute to this iconic singer songwriter and make this legendary instrument yours today! Original Rickenbacker hard shell case included along with Certificate of Authenticity and Rickenbacker polish cloth....More »
1964 Fender Stratocaster sounds and looks amazing with an old body only refin in Sherwood Green and all original parts. Fat neck that has worn smooth on the back, arrow straight with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and clay dots, frets that show little to no wear, unbent single line Kluson tuners, spaghetti logo, original mint green guard shows typical shrinkage around the pickup, amazing untouched factory pickups read 5.66 at the bridge, 5.95 in the middle, 6.5k at the neck, and are dated April 16 1964, pot codes date to late 63, absolutely no changes under the guard, weighs just 7lbs 7oz, comes complete with period correct brown tolex Fender case with an interior dyed brown ages ago? Recent pro set up with low action for easy playing. Do not let this one get away, looks, tone and feel at a bargain price....More »
1971 Fender Telecaster in blonde finish over ash body with white 3-ply guard, plays like a dream and sounds fantastic, all original instrument in exceptional condition, no routing or changes under the guard, Pot codes date to early 71 Maple neck with 69 date, frets show little sign of wear and have a lot of life. Back appears to have some color transfer from laying on a music book but no harm done and barely noticeable, pickups read 6.83k at the neck, and 5.62 at the bridge and 3.24 in the middle. Weighs 9lb 1oz, original unbent F-tuners, recent pro set up, complete with the original orange lined black tolex Fender hard shell case....More »
1957 Reissue Stratocaster
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1986 Fender 1957 Reissue Stratocaster. V00 reissue from the first batch in exceptionally fine condition. all the desirable features of a 57 Strat without the hefty price tag. All original, only light wear from use on the original finish, but no major nicks or dings, pot codes read R-137 8618, R-137 8618, R-137 86(indistinguishable from solder), the neck pickup reads 6.12K, middle 6.16K, bridge 6.15K. All of the original hardware is clean and in perfect working condition, frets shows very little wear, has two extra holes under the guard from once having an incorrect guard. Attractive but non original back plate has been added. These reissues have steadily preformed and risen in value, so be sure to get yours today! Includes aftermarket tweed hard shell case!...More »
This all original 1969 Precision bass is in exceptionally fine condition with no modifications or non factory routing, presented in sunburst with a stunningly patterned tortoise pickguard, this super-light bass weighs at an astonishing 8 lbs 7.6 oz, as with many Fender basses of this era, the bridge and pickup covers have been removed, and if not for the light wear to the finish on the back side of the upper horn, this guitar would approach mint condition. The volume and tone pot codes are both 137-6642 and the neck heel is stamped "5 May 69 B". Included is a new modern hard shell case, place your order quickly on this one... it may not last through the weekend!...More »
1957 Princeton, sweet low wattage tweed that’s been recently serviced and is ready to rock, Tube chart stamped GE and pot codes date to late 56, all original transformers with some replaced caps to maintain its quiet operation, updated to a safe 3 prong power cable. Fender logo still attached, clean tear free grill cloth, overall the tweed is in exceptional condition with some light fraying at the top, original speaker with original wiring and solder connections. Sounds fantastic, great amp for the player or collector....More »
A 1972 Fender Telecaster in excellent condition, refinished on the body only with highly attractive sherwood green, all original pots with the exception of tone pot replaced in 1996, strong single coil pickups, 7.86K at the neck and 6.21K at the bridge, volume pot date code reads 3047248, neck stamp reads, 3 April 72 B, back of neck stamp reads X. Armenta, Gloria stamped in bridge pickup hole, light to medium weight, pickguard appears to be modern upgraded, great vintage tone and feel for a great price. Comes with aftermarket tweed hard shell case in great condition....More »
1979 Fender Princeton Amp, Quiet at idle and sounds fantastic with a great overdrive at low volume, perfect for the studio or stage. Recently pro serviced and ready to rock.
Silver panel, Original CTS speaker with codes 1377922, pot codes 7911 all original transformers also date to 79, clean control panel, tolex covering is in good condition with a few minor blemishes, logo is firmly attached, no tears or stains in the grill cloth.
A 1956 Fender Princeton in excellent condition And sounds great, not often we see an amp in this condition with all original transformers and the original Jensen speaker,The original tweed covering is completely in tact and firmly attached, as well as the original grill cloth. The original Fender name plate is also clean and firmly attached. there is minor to moderate wear on the cloth over the amp. The graphics on the control panel are clear and undisturbed. All of the electronics are in good working condition. The Fender Princeton is perfect for the living room or studio, and is sure to deliver that classic Fender tone, don't let this one get away!...More »
This 1974 Fender Stratocaster in factory black is in Exceptionally Fine condition, the playability and tone of this fine instrument is exactly what you would expect from an early '70s strat. Brass nut installed for better sustain, original stagger pole piece pickups, lightweight at 8 lbs 3.2 oz, Pickup stamp codes,codes: Neck 161074, Middle 171074, Bridge 181074 strong evenly balanced pickups are neck 5.58 middle is 5.42 and bridge reads 5.53,Pot dates: Middle tone pot 137-7406, Neck tone pot 137-7406, Volume pot 137-7406, gorgeous maple neck with heel stamp in green ink: 0903-4551 #4201, Neck pocket stamped: M Herrera. Recent pro setup and low action have made this a shop favorite easy to play with a bright warm voice. This strat is very clean overall, there is very minimal fret wear and minor worm trail wear not thru the finish near the contour on the back otherwise clean. normal case wear is present on the lower horn treble side.overall excellent condition. Don't miss this rare opportunity to make it yours! Includes the clean original plush red lined Fender case!
1961 ES330 TD, beautiful early dot neck example in sunburst finish, very lightweight. sounds fantastic with 2 smoking hot P-90 pickups that read 7.55 at the neck 8.75 at the bridge. This has become a shop favorite. Super easy action and playability. Original no wire ABR-1 bridge with one replaced nylon saddle, unbent single line Kluson tuners, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with frets that show little to no wear. Mahogany neck shows light wear on the first to fifth frets, some finish checking overall. Factory stinger behind the headstock, no repair or issue, perhaps an accent to make it more attractive. a light amount of worm trail wear on the lower bout of the back, not thru the finish but visable if you reflect light over it, overall in exceptional cosmetic condition. Comes complete with original black/yellow lined Gibson hard shell case...More »
1973 ES-335TD in a Vibrant unfaded cherry finish, This is a super clean example. This instrument looks stunning, 3 piece mahogany neck with no wear on the finish. Pot codes date to 73, no heavy pick scratching, all the chrome hardware shines with no pitting or corrosion, frets have lots of life with just moderate wear on the first-third frets, first and second strings, pearloid block inlays and original unbent Deluxe tuners, sounds fantastic with original patent number sticker humbucking pickups that read 7.19 at the bridge 7.32 at the neck. Weighs just 7lb 6oz, comes complete with the original black/purple lined Gibson hard shell case. ...More »
1969 Fender Telecaster is a beautiful example of a light weight blonde maple neck tele. Pearl-back guard and all early features including a single string tree and fat maple neck. Smoking hot single coil pickups, the neck pickup reading 6.68k and bridge reading 6.09k. Overall very clean with some hard edge wear through the finish at the lower bout near the end pin, along the hard edge between the side and back. Comes complete with original bridge cover, some ephemera, and factory hard shell case....More »
Les Paul R7 '57 Reissue
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This investment quality 2000 Gibson Les Paul '57 Reissue is in excellent condition, was produced at the Gibson Custom Art and Historic Division and relic'd by renowned luthier Tom Murphy who has worked on guitars for Jimmy Page, the Allman Brothers, and many more. This guitar accurately represents the prized "57 gold top"! Complete with Certificate of Authenticity, original hang tags, Gibson hard shell case, and final pack checklist, this tribute to the "GOLDEN ERA" is sure to impress... Not only has every element of the physical characteristics been accurately reproduced from the mahogany body and neck and aged and checked maple gold top and headstock to the '57 classic pickups, but the playability and tone will bring you back to 1957 with super-hot pickup readings of 7.98 on the bridge and 7.44 on the neck and a weight of 8 lbs 13.2 oz, you don't want to let this one pass you by, so call us today to reserve your gold top!...More »
1964 Martin 00-18, a fine example, this instrument belies it small size with a big, full and rich sound, this instrument is in amazing exceptionally fine condition. exceptionally clean and wonderfully preserved spruce top with mahogany back and sides, a few small nicks and dings with typical potato chip crack starting between the pickguard and the sound hole and a small crack between the neck and the sound hole, otherwise no issues on the top back or sides, great playability with nice low action on a figured Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, black light reveals no evidence of neck reset or bridge reglue, original open geared Grover tuners and firmly attached tortoise guard and binding with no breaks or repairs, Complete with the original, yellow lined, arch top Martin case....More »
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