1962 Fender Telecaster Blonde
Here is a super cool guitar. All original guitar that features a slab board rosewood fingerboard, a blonde finish, 6.5 lbs featherweight, single ply pickguard, threaded saddles, clay dots, and spaghetti logo. A serious guitar with loads of tone. Slab board telecasters are very hard to find. Comes with the original brown hardshell case. More pictures to come. OHSC $SOLD
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1966 Fender Telecaster Blonde
This is a guitar that has some serious vibe. Guitar has all the good 66 features including flush ferrules, kluson tuners, transition logo, threaded saddles, and maple cap neck. This is one of the lightest mid to late 60s teles I have played at 6.4 lbs. Mud cap was removed and the guitar was wired to traditional telecaster wirring otherwise all original. Just a fun guitar to play that I will be sad to see leave. OHSC $SOLD
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1963/1964 Fender Jazzmaster Sunburst
This is an all original Jazzmaster that includes the bridge cover, trem arm, and the original white case. Neck date is Jan 64 but the guitar has all 63 specs. Guitar features a spaghetti logo, single line klusons, great feeling large profile neck, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, clay dots, tortoise pickuguard, and a sunburst finish. Very clean guitar from the front but has a few dings on the back. Great guitar that came from the original owner. OHSC $SOLD
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1968/69 Gibson Les Paul Standard Goldtop
Very cool transitional Goldtop. One piece neck and body, P-90 pickups, large headstock, and 68 dated pots. In the mid 1970s the original owner disliked the checking that had developed on his guitar and had the whole guitar oversprayed. Guitar comes with the original yellow lined rectangular hardshell case. OHSC $SOLD

1971 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black
Finding 1970 and 1971 Customs with out changes is becoming a very hard task. This is an outstanding playing guitar with a resonant body and a very warm and large sound when amplified. Guitar features a black finish, gold hardware, ebony fretboard, original small frets with plenty of life left, waffle back style tuners, and 71 dated pots. Guitar comes with the original black purple lined hardshell case. OHSC $SOLD
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1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom 20th Anniversary Alpine White
Here is the top of the line 1970s Les Paul Custom. 20th Anniversary Model finished in Randy Rhoads favorite Alpine White. To top it off this guitar is in 9.5 all original Condition. It comes with the original hardshell case, hang tag owners manual, and packs of Gibson and Fender strings from the 1970s. This all original Time Capsule comes from straight under the bed and is one incredible guitar. OHSC $SOLD

1974 Gibson ES-150D Blonde
Super clean all original 150. One of only 132 Blonde models made in 1974. Guitar features a 3" deep body, two humbucking pickups, master volume on treble bout, inlayed headstock, and block inlays. Great playing guitar that is easily a 9 out of 10 condition guitar. All original guitar that comes with an earlier but original hardshell case. OHSC $SOLD

1970 Gibson SG Special Cherry
Here is an all original very clean SG Special. The guitar features an unfaded Cherry finish, bound neck with dot inlays, inlayed headstock logo, two P-90 pickups, chrome hardware, and tremolo. This guitar has one of the biggest necks I have seen on an SG Special. 1970 necks are known for their size and this one is no exception with a large baseball bat feel. OSSC $SOLD
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1962 Gibson SG Special Cherry
Super Clean all original SG Special. Guitar features a Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, deep cherry finish with little fade, two extremely powerful P-90 pickups (both over 8.5 ohms), nickel hardware, factory original Maestro tremolo, 5 digit serial number, and a great C shaped neck. Investment worthy condition guitar with no typical SG cracks. Guitar comes with the original soft shell case. OSSC $SOLD

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