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1985 BC Rich Bich Black
A 1985 BC Rich Bich. Black Finish, Neck Through Construction, Cloud Fingerboard Inlays, Kahler Tremolo, Active Electronics with twin Pre Amps, and Grover Imperial Tuners. An Excellent Vintage Condition instrument displaying some small nicks, dings, and surface belt buckle wear. Overall, a well cared for instrument. A newer volume knob. Included is its hardshell case and tremolo arm. A hard to find original USA made BC Rich model. OHSC $7500
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1992 Valley Arts Custom Pro Cherry
Here is an early USA Valley Arts Custom Pro. These early Pre-Samick Valley Arts guitars are synonymous with quality. A Cherry Finish over a Killer Quilt Maple Body, Gold Schaller Floyd Rose Tremolo, Duncan Pickups, Figured and Birds Eye Maple Neck, 24 Fret Rosewood Fingerboard, and Black Headstock Front with Valley Arts Logo. 1 11/16" Nut width with a Wide Slim to Medium Neck Profile built for speed. Good Vintage Condition displaying lots of nicks, scratches, and some finish checking on the body. A newer but accurate Duncan JB Pickup has been installed in the Bridge Position. Included is the Tremolo Arm and a Hardshell Case. An easy playing and well made Super Strat. HSC $3995
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1988 Mosrite V88 Ventures White Pearlescent
Here is a 1988 Mosrite from the Jonas Ridge, NC Mosrite Time Period. This was a Custom Order and one of the very first few V88 models made. It comes with its Original Hardshell Case and Mosrite Catalog. Pearlescent White Finish, German Carve Body, Two White Covered Mosrite Pickups, Tremolo, Ventures Headstock Logo, Side Jack, and Semi Mosley Signature on the back of the headstock. Excellent Vintage Condition displaying very little use with a few small nicks and dings on the body. Overall a nice tidy Mosrite guitar. A Rare Early V88 Model with Semi Mosley Signature. OHSC $4995
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1960s Vox Grand Prix V286 Cherry
Here is a fun 1960s Vox Grand Prix Model V286. The Grand Prix was the Cadillac of the Vox guitar line boasting a list price in 1968 of $550. Built on an ES-175 inspired archtop body construction the built in electronics are what takes this guitar to the next level. On board Treble/Bass Boost, Distortion, Repeater, and Wah Wah effects make this guitar too much fun to experiment with. Cherry Finish, Dual Pickups, and Ebony Fingerboard. Very Good Vintage Condition with some nicks, dings, and finish checking. The Original pickguard has shrunken as they typically do. The padded cushion back is intact but missing the back cover plate, a newer 9 volt patch installed in the past, and missing wah wah paddle arm. All of the electronics are in working condition. Included is the Original Hardshell Case. A hard to find 1960s Vox Guitar. OHSC $HOLD
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1966 Harmony Meteor H70 Left Handed Sunburst
A Rare Factory Left Handed Harmony H-70 Meteor. An iconic Harmony guitar model of the 50's & 60's. Keith Richards can be seen sporting a Meteor in the early days of the Stones. This Meteor is in Very Good Vintage Condition displaying some normal use. Single Cutaway Body, classic Tobacco style Burst finish over a very attractive Flamed and Figured Body, Two DeArmond Gold Foil Pickups, Cupcake Knobs, and Bound Fingerboard with Block Inalys. A previous owner relocated the strap buttons and a slightly bent but fully functional tuner. Ships in an aftermarket dreadnaught hardshell case. A great Vintage Harmony find for the Lefty player. HSC $2995
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1965 Rickenbacker Electro ES-17 425 Fireglo
Here is a 1965 Rickenbacker Electro ES-17. The ES-17 was a Rickenbacker 425 with the Electro branding. Fireglo Finish, Maple Neck Through Construction, Cresting Wave Body, Toaster Pickup, Pots Dated the 50th Week of 1964, and Kluson Tuners. This all original example is in Excellent Vintage condition displaying some nicks, dings, and scratches. A couple of bent but functional tuners. The three way switch gives you three different tones utilizing a different combination of caps. Featherweight at 6 1/2 Pounds. Included is a non original hardshell case. An early Neck Through Electro ES-17 before Rickenbacker transitioned to a set neck construction a few years later. HSC $2695


1967 Rickenbacker 360/12 Mapleglo
A 1967 Rickenbacker 360-12. Mapleglo Finish, Toaster Pickups, Checkerboard Body Binding, and Full Crushed Pearl Fingerboard Inlays. The Signature 1960s Rickenbacker 12 string sound that changed 1960s Music. Very Good Vintage condition displaying nicks, dings, and belt buckle wear. One newer control knob and a vintage Gibson strap button on the upper horn. Original Electronics with 1966 dated pots intact. Included is the Original Silver Hardshell Case with Blue Lining. OHSC $6995

1998 Rickenbacker 325V59 Custom Color Red
A Custom Ordered 1998 Rickenbacker 325V59 Reissue in Red Finish. Based on John Lennon's Bigsby equipped 325, the 325V59 Reissue was a tribute to his iconic guitar. Usually offered in the ubiquitous Jetglo or Mapleglo Finish, thinking outside of the box the owner decided to order this one in Custom Color Red. The Striking Finish is nicely offset by Gold Pickguards, Three Toaster Pickups, Shoehorn B5 Bigsby Tremolo, Oven Style Knobs, and Semi-Hollow Construction. This all original example is in Excellent Used condition displaying minimal to light use. Included is the Original Silver Hardshell case with some writing on the lid. A Seldom Seen Custom Color 325V59. OHSC $5495


2007 Rickenbacker 360/12 Blue Burst Color of the Year
A 2007 Rickenbacker 360/12 in Breath Taking Factory Blueburst Finish. Blueburst is one of Rickenbacker's most popular and attractive finishes. Maple Body, Dual Pickups, Untouched Electronics, Bound Fingerboard with Shark Tooth Inlays, and Factory Schaller tuners. A tidy Excellent Used Condition guitar displaying minimal light use. The guitar has been setup with a Rickenbacker 12 saddle bridge with the original 6 saddle bridge included. Included is the Original Hardshell Case and Lots of Case Candy! A beautiful Custom Color 12 String Rickenbacker. OHSC $4995


1982 Yamaha SA 2000 Left Handed Burgundy
A Rare Factory Left Handed Yamaha SA 2000. Semi Hollow Construction, Gold Hardware, Ebony Fingerboard, and a Pair of Original Humbucking Pickups. Very Good Vintage condition with some light to average cosmetic wear. Missing one tuner back and a tone knob that is missing its cap. Some milkiness in the clear coat as typically seen on Yamaha guitars of the time period. Included is the Original Yamaha Hardshell Case. A fine playing guitar and an exceptionally hard to find Left Handed Example. OHSC $2995

1956 Gretsch 6192 Country Club Sunburst
An all original and tidy Country Club. 17" wide archtop, DeArmond Pickups, Melita Bridge, Hump Inlays, Grover Imperial Tuners, and Gold Hardware. Excellent plus vintage condition displaying some light play wear and fine finish checking. No binding issues with a good original neck set. Included is the clean original hardshell case. OHSC $5495
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1960 Gretsch 6193 Country Club Natural
Natural Finish, 17" wide Archtop, 2 1/2" Body Depth, Trestle Bracing, Spruce Top, Filtertron Pickups, Grover Imperial Tuners, and Larger rounded Profile Neck. Very Good vintage condition displaying some normal playwear and finish checking. Other than newer bridge for better intonation, the guitar is all original. The guitar has just been setup and is ready to be played. Included is the original Gretsch hardshell case. OHSC $4995
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2018 Gretsch White Falcon Limited Edition 62 Reissue G6136T-62-LTD
Here is a Limited Edition Gretsch White Falcon 62 Reissue. There were reportedly only 25 of these Limited Edition Reissues produced. The White Falcon was the Pinnacle of the Gretsch Line and this Gorgeous guitar features a White Finish, Gold Hardware, Gold Sparkle Binding, Two Pickups, Dual Mutes, Tremolo, and Grover Imperial Tuners. Included is the Original Hardshell Case, COA, lots of Paperwork, and the White Tooled Leather Strap. The guitar displays very little use and is in remarkable Excellent Used condition. Not only a great sounding guitar but a real Head Turner as well. OHSC $4095
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1956 Guild X-350 Stratford Sunburst
For your consideration is a 1956 Guild X-350 Stratford Archtop Guitar. 17" Wide Body, Sunburst Finish, Three Franz Pickups, Gold Hardware, and Harp Tailpiece. This is one of the cleaner X350s we have encountered displaying light playwear. The Franz Pickups Covers are still bright white. Overall Excellent Vintage Condition displaying some typical binding shrinkage. Included is the Original Brown Lifton Hardshell Case with some Black Diamond and Guild String packages that were in the case pocket. A nice tidy example. OHSC $4395
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1962 Guild Starfire III Emerald Green
Here is a 1962 Guild Starfire III in Rare Factory Emerald Green Finish. Early Starfire Example with Two Factory DeArmond Dynasonic Pickups, Factory Tremolo, Bound Dot Neck, Early Open Book Headstock shape, and Guild F-hole label intact. Very Good Plus Vintage condition displaying some finish checking and play wear. No headstock cracks or repairs. Included is the Original Guild Hardshell Case and Guild Polishing Cloth. A hard to find Early Emerald Green Starfire. OHSC $7995
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1959 Guild Aristocrat M75 Sunburst
A clean and tidy Aristocrat. Sunburst Finish, Two Franz Pickups, Spruce Top, Gold Hardware, Harp Tailpiece, and a feather weight at 5.1 pounds. Excellent Vintage Condition displaying some play wear, finish checking, and typical slight binding shrinkage. Included is the original hardshell case and Guild Tag. OHSC $5995
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1969 Guild M75 Bluesbird Sunburst
Here is a 1969 Guild Bluebird M-75. Features include a Semi-Hollow Construction, Sunburst Finish, Dual Humbucking Pickups, Gold Hardware, Factory Grovers, and Harp Tailpiece. Lightweight at only 6.2 pounds. Very Good vintage condition displaying some play wear with finish checking. Gold platting worn of the top of the pickup covers. Refretted with a new nut. As is typical, the Guild Headstock veneer was secured down from shrinkage. In doing so the luthier applied some black paint to the edge of the veneer. No headstock cracks or crack repairs. A great sounding M-75. Included is the Original Hardshell case (newer handle). OHSC $4650 NOW $4395
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1993 Guild D-100 NT-CRV Natural Carved Heel
A top of the line 1993 Guild D-100 C with Rare Factory Carved Neck Heel. This beautiful dreadnought has a AAA Sitka Spruce Top, Rosewood Back and Sides, Maple and Abalone Multi Bound Body, Mahogany Neck with an Ornate Carved neck heel, and 1 3/4" Nut Width. The neck boasts an Ebony Fretboard with distinctive Abalone Cloud inlays. A very attractive Guild with Gold Grovers and Ornate Abalone Inlay throughout. The guitar is in Very Good Plus Used condition with some light signs of use. Included is the Original Hardshell Case (one broken latch). A beautiful crack free example of Guild's Flagship Acoustic Model. OHSC $6495
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1981 Hamer Special Red
A 1981 Hamer Special in Super Cool Factory Red Finish. It appears that either this guitar did not leave the factory until 1985, Hamer updated it in 1985, or someone did a marriage with a 1985 Hamer guitar along the way. Your guess is as good as ours. It features a 1981 ink date stamped serial number, Double Cut Slab Body, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Awesome Hamer Checkerboard Headstock Logo. The Electronics are all 1985 with a pair of Dimarzio made Hamer USA Pickups and matched 1985 dated pots. It is all clean factory level work. Good Vintage Condition with some normal nicks, dings, scratches, and some light finish checking. Some dings have been touched up at home in the past. No structural cracks or repairs. Included is an aftermarket hardshell case. All in all a great 1980s USA Hamer guitar. HSC $1995
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1985 Kramer Pacer Imperial Night Scene Kline Graphic with Hang Tag
Here is an early Kramer Pacer Imperial Kline Graphic. From Kramer's Guitar Art Series in 1985 comes this Awesome Hand Painted Fantasy Series Night Scene. Banana Headstock, Dual Humbucking Pickups, Floyd Rose Tremolo, and Master Volume with independent Tone Controls. An Excellent Vintage condition instrument displaying light use with some small nicks. Overall a tidy and complete example that comes with it's Original Hardshell Case, Hang Tag, and Tremolo Arm. These early Graphics are hard to find let alone in this Vibrant Condition. OHSC $4695
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1987 Kramer Pacer Custom I
A Classic Kramer Pacer Custom I in Very Good Vintage Condition. The Shred Masters of the 80's ruled the Rock & Roll World with Kramer Guitars. This striking USA Made Pacer Custom I comes in its Original Flip Flop White Finish and Black Hardware including the required Floyd Rose Double Locking Tremolo. The Guitar has a Slanted Bridge Position Humbucker and 2 Single Coils all controlled with a single volume control. Each pickup has it's own on/off switch. The switch for the humbucker has been changed to a more player friendly 3-way on/off/coil split switch. What was once the coil split switch below the volume knob is no longer active but it could easily be returned to the original set up if desired. The guitar has assorted nicks & dings that you would expect but the frets are in great ready-to-play condition. The 1987 dated volume pot has one spot of static when being turned. This Pacer plays easy with a fresh setup with 9's . This Classic Kramer comes with a recent hardshell case and Tremolo Arm. HSC $1595
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1989 Kramer Nightswan Lightning Graphic
Up for grabs is a Rare and Coveted 1989 Kramer Nightswan with Lightning Graphic. This Vivian Campbell Nightswan Signature model features a Mahogany Body, Lightning Graphic, Floyd Rose Tremolo, Dual Humbucking Pickups, Master Volume Control, Three Position Switch, Ebony Fingerboard, and Reverse Headstock. This is a nice tidy example with no finish cracking that sometimes exist on this model. Excellent vintage condition displaying some small dings and some mild belt buckle wear on the back. A newer CTS pot was installed over the years. Included is the Original Kramer Hardshell Case and Tremolo Arm. A Fine example of the Hard to Find Kramer Nightswan. OHSC $8995 Now $7695
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1985 Jackson San Dimas Soloist Custom Platinum Pink
A 1985 San Dimas Jackson Soloist Custom. Gorgeous Platinum Pink Metallic Finish, Neck Through Body Construction, Ebony Fingerboard, Shark Tooth Fingerboard Inlays, Bound Headstock, Kahler Tremolo, Black Hardware, Single/Single/Humbucker Pickup Layout with Individual On/Off Switches, Master Volume and Tone Controls, and Carved Heel & Belly Cut Body for Extra Comfort. Very Good Plus Vintage Condition with some nicks and dings but overall a well maintained instrument. A newer tone pot installed in the early 90s with some rewiring. Included is the Original Hardshell Case and Tremolo Arm. A Killer San Dimas produced Neck Through Super Strat. OHSC $4995
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1988 Jackson Dinky Rare Silver Sparkle Black Crackle Finish
A Stunning early 1988 Jackson Dinky in Super RARE Silver Sparkle Black Crackle Custom Finish. The Silver Sparkle Flakes look Killer creating a unique Custom Crackle Finish. January 1988 dated Neck and Body with the custom finish marked from the factory in the tremolo cavity. The guitar boasts the more desirable oiled maple neck and fretboard for fast and easy playing. The guitar is powered by an upgraded active EMG-81 Pickup kit with tone control. The frets are original and display very little wear. This Dinky is in Very Good Plus Vintage Condition with some small nicks and dings. Included is the Jackson Hardshell Case and Tremolo Arm. A Rare Jackson Sparkle Crackle Guitar. OHSC $4500 Now $3995
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1991 Jackson Soloist Archtop Pro Cherry Sunburst
A 1991 Jackson Soloist Archtop Pro. A sought after MIJ model that was among the pinnacle of the Professional Line. Features include a Carved Arched Figured Maple Top over a Mahogany Body, Bound Ebony Fingerboard with Shark Tooth Inlays, Carved Heel, Dual Humbucking Pickups, Locking Tremolo, and Master Volume & Tone Controls. Jackson pickup in the neck position with a Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebag Signature pickup installed in the bridge. The pots have been upgraded to CTS pots. Very Good Plus Used condition displaying light use. Included is an aftermarket hardshell case and Tremolo Arm. HSC $2595
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1990s Jackson Surfcaster SC-3 Blue
Here is a Rare 1990s Jackson Surfcaster SC-3. The Surfcaster was Jackson's take on a Vintage inspired offset body guitar that became quite popular. Features include a Transparent Blue Finish over a Highly Flamed Maple Top, Bound Top and Cats Eye Sound hole, Black Back and Sides, Bound Rosewood Fingerboard with Shark Tooth Inlays, Matching Headstock, and String Through Body Construction. The Higher End SC-3 has two Lip Stick Style Pickups with a Humbucker in the Bridge. A push/pull Tone Pot offers a coil split on the bridge pickup for those Strat like tones. Very Good Used Condition with some nick, dings, and scratches. A hole on the treble side horn from a past strap button. Included is a hardshell case. HSC $2395
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1983 Dean V Black
Here is a USA Made 1983 Dean V. Black Finish, Chrome Hardware, String Through Body, V Shaped Headstock, Bound Neck, Comfortable V Neck Profile, and Light weight at 6.3 pounds. No headstock cracks or repairs. Very Good condition displaying play wear with some finish checking. A couple minor changes with a newer knob, one newer pot, and a newer truss rod cover screw. Included is the Original Hardshell Case. An easy playing USA Made Dean V. OHSC $3295
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1974 Ibanez 2402 "Lawsuit Era" Double Neck 12/6 Cherry
An Early "Lawsuit Era" Ibanez 2402 Double Neck. This is the earliest Ibanez Double Neck we have ever encountered and it has some unique early features. The Electronics Layout and Pickguard design are unlike any 2402 we have seen in the wild. The layout includes a side mounted jack, two short pickguards, and the three position switch for the necks on the lower bout. The usual seen version includes an elongated center pickguard with attached three position for neck selection and a top body mounted jack. This early side jack electronics layout can be seen in the 1974 catalog and must have only been done on the prototypes or the earliest of examples. Other early features include Gibson style open book headstocks and pre serial number neck plates. The pickups on the 6 string neck are Duncan 59s and they sound great. A micro switch was installed on the pickguard but is not currently in use. The pickups on the 12 string are the original Maxons and dated February 1974. Newer bridge on the 12 string. Very Good vintage condition displaying some dings, scratches, and finish checking on the necks. Included is an newer Epiphone Double Neck Hardshell Case. A Rare early Ibanez Double Neck. HSC $2895
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1977 Ibanez 2455 L-4 CES style Archtop Guitar Sunburst
Modeled after the Gibson L-4 CES comes the Ibanez 2455 archtop. 16" wide body, Florentine Cutaway, Two original Super 70 Humbucking Pickups, L-5 style tailpiece, Signed F-hole label, and Star Back Tuners. Missing pickguard, Pickup covers removed, and the neck pickup surround is a replacement. Very good vintage condition displaying light play wear. No cracks or crack repairs. Included is the original hardshell case. A nice archtop from Ibanez's "Lawsuit" time period. OHSC $1995
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1977 Ibanez 2457 ES-355 Style Cherry
Here is a 1977 Ibanez 2457. The 2457 was Ibanez's Lawsuit Time Period take on a Gibson ES-355. The model featured many of the high end features of the 355 including a Set Neck, Semi-Hollow Construction, Gold Hardware, Bound Neck & Headstock, Inlayed Headstock, Stereo Electronics, and a Varitone. The guitar is powered by two Super 70 pickups. Very Good Vintage condition with some nicks, dings, and scratches. Newer pickguard, bridge, knobs, and chrome tremolo arm. The 6 position Varitone adds additional tonal options with a fifth position standby setting. The binding has held up remarkably well with a blemish on the top binding at the treble side lower bout. Included is an aftermarket hardshell case. A great opportunity on a hard to find Ibanez 2457. HSC $2995
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1978 Ibanez Iceman IC-400 Antique Violin
The legendary Ibanez Iceman is the result of the company's desire to become more than just a "copy" guitar maker. The original Artist 2663, very similar to the later Iceman design, was created in 1975. After some modifications, the Iceman as we know it today began production in 1978. The IC-400 was the top of the line with only 171 guitars produced in it's two years of production. Mahogany Body with Multi Bound Maple Top, Figured Maple Neck, Gold Hardware, Super 80 Pickups with Flying Finger Covers, and Sure Grip Knobs. Very Good Vintage Condition displaying normal play wear with some typical spider webbing and yellowing on the binding. A small ding touch up on the side of the body. Later Ibanez Boomerang strap buttons. Included is the Original Hardshell Case with some normal wear and tear and a dent on the bottom. A Rare 1970s Ibanez Iceman Model. OHSC $5495 Now $4995
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1977 Ibanez Iceman IC-100 Sunburst
Here is an eye catching early Iceman IC-100. Someone put a lot of work into this one to make it a unique One of a Kind Iceman. The body started out life as a standard top bound IC-100 body. A Super Flamed Maple Two Piece veneer was added to the top and back with a new Sunburst Body Finish to take this guitar to the next level. Some changed parts with a Dimarzio in the neck and the Original Super 80 in the bridge position. Newer pots and knobs. A filled strap button hole and evidence of the top binding trough fill can be seen on the edge of the body. Very Good Vintage condition with some normal play wear. A very attractive vintage Ibanez Iceman. Bag $1890
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1987 Ibanez Maxxas M3 Cranberry Red
Here is a Rare 1987 Ibanez Maxxas. The Maxxas incorporated many unique features including a Thin Chambered Light Weight body, Full Access Neck/Body Joint, and Two IBZ/USA Humbucking pickups. Many of its revolutionary designs would be used on later Ibanez offerings. Very Good Used Condition displaying some nicks, dings, and belt buckle scratches. One fully functioning tuner is missing its back and some deterioration on the grip rubber of the knobs. The guitar weighs in at a comfortable 6.4 pounds. Included is a worn time period Ibanez case (some paint on the lid) and the Tremolo Arm. A Hard to Find Ibanez Guitar. HSC $3495
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1995 Ibanez Limited Edition 80s Custom Legend 2681 Bob Weir Signature Model
A model 2681 Bob Weir Tree of Life Signature Model from Ibanez's 80s Custom Legend Collection. These hand made 1990s Reissues were made in such small quantities that they rarely come up for sale. Figured Ash Body, German Carve Top framed by Pearl and Abalone Trim, Tree of Life Inlayed Ebony Fingerboard, Two Flying Finger Humbucking Pickups, Gold Hardware, and Sure Grip Knobs. A clean Excellent condition used guitar displaying light use. Strap Lock buttons installed and switch tip has a small chip that has been glued in the past. Included is the Original Hardshell Case and COA Custom Legend booklet. The only other 80s Custom Legend 2681 that is on the market is priced at 6k. We have priced this iconic Bob Weir Tree of Life Signature guitar for less. OHSC $4495
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1962 Martin F-65 Sunburst
Here is an early example of Martin's entrance into the Electric Guitar market. This 1962 Martin F-65 features a Double Cutaway Body, Shaded Sunburst Finish, Two DeArmond Dynasonic Pickups, Trapeze Tailpiece, Single Line Kluson Tuners, and Flame Maple Headstock Veneer. Very Good vintage condition displaying playwear and finish checking. A previously installed strap button on the neck heel has been filled. Original Lucite Bridge intact with a common crack in the base that has been previously repaired. Included is the Original worn Hardshell case. OHSC $3250
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1967 Martin 00-18C
A Nice Clean and Tidy 1967 Martin 00-18C. Spruce Top, Mahogany Back & Sides, 2 1/32" Nut Width, Slot Headstock, and Martin Silk Screen Headstock Logo. This Crack Free Nylon String Acoustic is in extra clean Excellent Plus Vintage Condition. There is just some light evidence of use on this nearly sixty year old instrument. Strap button added on the heel. Comfortable 4/32" bass side nylon string action. Included is a more recent Martin dreadnought hardshell case as pictured. HSC $3195
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2009 Martin Grand J12-40E Special Limited Edition 12 String
Here is a striking Limited Edition Martin J12-40E 12 String Electric Acoustic. The guitar features Martin's Large Grand Jumbo Design with 14 Frets clear of the Body, Solid Sitka Spruce Top, East Indian Rosewood Back & Sides, Ebony Fingerboard, Diamond Inlays, Inlayed Martin Headstock Logo, and Ornate 45 Style Rosette and Back Purfling. The factory D-TAR's Wave Length Pickup system offers a warm amplified option. The guitar is in Excellent Used Condition displaying minimal play wear with a few finish checking lines. No cracks or repairs. The guitar has been setup with comfortable low 12 string action. Included is the Original Martin Hardshell Case. There were reportedly less than 250 of these stunning J12-40E Specials produced. OHSC $4295
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1967 Supro Carlisle
Sunburst Finish, Gumby Headstock, Tremolo, Dual pickup and Kluson tuners. Some typical play wear with some spider webbing on the neck binding. Bag $895
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1990s Engel Prototype Guitar Rob Engel and Tom Doyle
Here is a Prototype Guitar from Rob Engel of Engel Guitars. A previous owner contacted Rob regarding this guitar and he said "yes, it was a prototype of a guitar that was made when I was working with Tom Doyle back in 91 . It has a 24 3/4 scale, poplar body, maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. The pick ups are Seymour Duncan 59's wired on 4 conductor (series/parallel/single coil )cable." The guitar features a 00000 Serial Number, Carved Top, Offset body, and a Dark Red/Burgundy Metallic Finish. Good used condition displaying play wear, paint chips, nicks, and dings. There is evidence of some light sanding on the back of the neck and a few extra strap button holes. A Rare Prototype Guitar from Robe Engel and Tom Doyle. Bag $1395
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1986 PRS Standard Baby Blue
An Early PRS Standard in Rare Factory Baby Blue Finish. All the early features including T & B Stamped Pickups, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, and Sweet Switch. A tidy Excellent Vintage Condition displaying only light use with a few small nicks and dings. I love these earlier thin PRS finishes that are sunken into the Mahognay grain. Great all Mahogany tone. Included is the Original Hardshell Case and Tremolo Arm. A stunning in early PRS in Baby Blue. OHSC $7500

1991 PRS Custom 24 Vintage Sunburst
A 1991 PRS Custom still with the early features. Vintage Sunburst Finish over a Flamed Maple Top, Mahogany Body and Neck, Small Heel, Sweet Switch, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, 1 21/32" nut width, and Tremolo. The guitar is hand dated 12/21/1990 in the neck pickup cavity but no finished until early 1991. Good Used condition displaying nicks, dings, and play wear. A gorgeous guitar and probably amongst the last of the sweet switch models. Included is a time period hardshell case and Tremolo Arm. HSC $3795

1994 PRS Signed McCarty #45/100
PRS introduced the McCarty model in 1994. The first 100 units produced were numbered and featured a hand signed back plate from Ted McCarty. The guitar features a highly flamed Michigan Maple top, mahogany body and neck, nickel hardware, thicker body, increased neck angle, large profile neck, and moon inlays. This guitar is almost brand new and has only experienced a few hours of play. The guitar comes with all the tags, signed backplate, and a letter from PRS stating this guitar is the 45th McCarty made. A true collectors piece in museum condition. OHSC $

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