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      1967-1969 Goya Range Master with Original Hardshell Case

      This rare & cool Goya Rangemaster was made in Italy between 1967-1969. This beautiful guitar offers 9 push button controls, one huge volume knob, a tremolo produced by Hagstrom, and the original hardshell case.


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      1968 Fender Jaguar

      The Fender Jaguar was introduced as a high-end model guitar four years after the Jazzmaster. Though similar to the Jazzmaster in its offset body and lead/rhythm circuits controls, the Jaguar differed in two key ways. For one, the Jaguar used a shorter 24-inch scale length compared to the 25 1/2-inch of most Fender guitars. Additionally, the Jaguar used two thinner single-coil pickups compared to the feedback-prone soapbox pickups of the Jazzmaster.


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      1968 Guild Starfire IV

      The Starfire series has been Guild's most consistently successful electric guitar line since its inception, and was by far the company's most popular electric instrument in the 1960's. This beautiful vintage instrument plays and sounds great.


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      1968-1970 Kustom K200 Electric Guitar

      Best known for their iconic Tuck and Roll amplifiers, Kustom briefly produced a line of guitars and basses. Made in 1968 and 1969, these unique and rare instruments featured a semi-hollow body of unusual design—the front and back were made separately, hollowed out, then joined together. They have been called the love-child of a Mosrite and a Rickenbacker.


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      1969 Gibson Super 400 CESN

      Meet the ultimate Big Bopper! Original Gibson humbuckers give you an incredible tone and the thin flamed maple neck will have you racing up and down the frets in no time!


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      1970 Gibson Johnny Smith with Original Hardshell Case

      The Gibson Johnny Smith introduced the world's first floating humbucking pickup when it debuted in 1961. It also resurrected the classic X-braced top, a design used by Gibson in the 1930's. The visual design of the Johnny Smith is drawn from a number of top-of-the-line models, such as the L-5C and the Super 400.


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      1971 Fender Telecaster

      A classic tele in every respect, with a light ash body, maple neck and tons of spank and twang. This guitar comes with the original hardshell case.


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      1971 Gibson SG Special with Maestro Vibrola & Original Case

      The SG Special evolved out of the Les Paul Special in the early '60s when Gibson introduced the SG as its primary solid-body shape. The Special was conceived as a more affordable, parred-down take on SG Standard, and this designation persists till today. This particular Gibson has a beautiful walnut finish, original pickups, original vibrato system, original tuning keys & the original case.


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      1974 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop

      This is a 1974 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe with the original mini-humbuckers & an awesome Goldtop finish. This guitar plays and sounds wonderful & it ships with a Gibson hardshell case.


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      1976 Travis Bean TB-1000S “Standard”

      We are psyched to have such a clean example of this rare guitar in the shop! Coming to us with only two previous owners, the serial number stamped into the headstock tells us this is number 541 of only 1422 TB 1000 Standards ever produced.


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      1977 Gibson ES-175D

      This is a great example of the iconic Gibson jazz guitar - this 1977 ES-175D sounds great, plays great & it looks great when you hold it in your hands.


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      1977 Gibson Les Paul Artisan 3-pickup

      The most standout feature of the Norlin-era Les Paul Aritsan is its unique flower inlay designs. This model was produced with either two or three pickups -- the three pickup version usually demands a higher price. This particular Gibson is the 3 pickup model from 1977 with a beautiful walnut finish & a non-original hardshell case.


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      1985 Fender D’Aquisto Standard

      Released as the flagship models of Fender’s “Master Series” in the eighties, these high end archtop jazz guitars were designed by acclaimed luthier James D’Aquisto and built to his exacting specifications in Japan.


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      1995 Rickenbacker 360 Fireglo with original hardshell case

      The Rickenbacker 360 is considered one of the most iconic Rickenbacker guitars of all time. Both the 12-string (360-12) and 6-string version of this guitar helped define pop music in the '60s - most notably as used by the Beatles.


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      1998 Spalt Reverse T with Original Hardshell Case

      G9805 “Reverse T” makes use of one of the wooden sign letters found. The guitar has a Redwood body with an Indian Rosewood neck and Fralin P-90 pickups with custom made celluloid covers. The green switch tip is made of catalin, an early form of plastic which was used in art-deco period radios.


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      1999 James Trussart SteelCaster Tele

      The one-of-a-kind SteelCaster line is designed by Parisian builder James Trussart. Looking like a cross between a vintage Tele and something out of an H.G. Wells novel, these aluminum hollow-bodies sport a uniquely “decayed” finish (applied using a complex top-secret process that utilizes sea salts and animal skins) that gives each SteelCaster a distinct personality all its own.


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      2001 Gibson "59-335" ES-335 59' Reissue

      This guitar is a 2001 Gibson Custom Shop 59' Reissue ES-335 with the original hard shell case & COA. This instrument is a beautiful cherry red. This guitar plays great and has a wonderful rich, full tone.


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      2003 James Trussart SteelCaster with Original Hardshell Case

      The Steelcaster has the look & feel of a vintage instrument while featuring an exclusive steel body with metal appointments. This beautiful guitar has a brushed steel body with a very cool pickguard & control panel with wonderful etched designs in the steel. This awesome guitar comes with the original hardshell case.


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      2005 Fender American Deluxe Strat in Montego Black w/case

      This is a 2005 Fender American Deluxe Strat in the limited edition color “Montego Black” with the gold pickguard, chrome hardware, pearloid dot inlays & a Fender molded hard shell case.


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      2005 Gretsch 6119 TR Tennessee Rose

      This 2005 Gretsch Tennessee Rose is a versatile jazz box with lots of beauty & a ton of tone. This instrument is in great shape & it comes with the original hardshell case. This guitar was made in Japan in December of 2005.


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      2005 Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 20th Anniversary

      The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar. This iconic instrument was the first model that Paul Reed Smith brought to the public at PRS Guitars’ first Winter NAMM show in 1985 and has been a top seller ever since. This particular PRS is a 20th Anniversary Custom 24 from 2005 with the special “Birds in Flight” inlays, a flame maple 10 top, older style locking tuning keys & tons of tone.


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      2006 Gibson Explorer

      After its short but noteworthy premier in 1958, the Gibson Explorer went out of production until the mid-'70s. Gibson changed the Explorer design in 1981 to include uncovered "Dirty Fingers" humbuckers, a maple neck with Ebony fingerboard, and chrome-plated hardware. The Explorer remained in production in various formats since, though again went on hiatus at the end of 2012. This particular guitar is from 2006 and it comes with the original Gibson hardshell case.


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      2007 Fender Custom Shop "Custom Classic Tele"

      This instrument is a Fender Custom Shop “Custom Classic Tele in 3-Color Sunburst” – The notes from Fender say it was made on 2/5/2007 ! This tele features a special piece of “Premium Ash” and it looks incredible hanging on our wall of Fender guitars! The wood grain is even more striking up close when you hold it in your hands.