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      1967 Gibson ES-345 TDC Cherry

      The ES-345 was introduced shortly after the ES-335. The ES-345 differed from the 335 in its inclusion of a Vari-tone tone selector circuit, split-parallelogram inlays, stereo output, and gold hardware.


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      1968 Epiphone Casino

      The Casino is Epiphone’s most iconic model, exceeding its Gibson counterpart, the ES-330, in popularity among players and collectors alike. This beautiful cherry red example is a snappy vintage classic.


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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 Dan Armstrong Lucite w/ 3 interchangeable pickups

      From Keith Richards to Greg Ginn to Dave Grohl, the Dan Armstrong has been one of the most iconic and unique guitars around. This model was produced for a short time between 1969 and 1971. Its most innovative features are its see-through Lucite body and removable pickup.


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      1970's Gibson SG Special

      The SG Special evolved out of the Les Paul Special in the early '60s when Gibson introduced the SG as its primary solidbody shape. The Special was conceived as a more affordable, parred-down take on the SG Standard. From 1972 till 1978, the Special used mini-humbuckers instead of P-90s.


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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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      1972 Gibson Les Paul Standard ’58 Gold Top

      Although Gibson dubbed this model a ’58, it is in fact a reissue of the Les Paul from 1954, and an impressively accurate one at that. With a solid (no pancake) body, a long tenon neck and no volute, this guitar erases the more egregious sins of 70s Gibsons, offering the buyer an instrument that compares favorably to its original at a much more accessible price.


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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 Ibanez "2457"

      This 1977 Ibanez 2457 sports a super high quality build with beauty & tone that will make you want to play it all day….The serial # is A777066 and the “Super 70’s” sticker is still on the back of the headstock.


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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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      1989 Gibson Les Paul Custom

      This Gibson Les Paul Custom is from 1989 and it sounds great & plays very easily.


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      1990 Rickenbacker 360/12 Fireglo with Original Case

      Few sounds are more evocative of the classic period of popular rock than the electric jangle of the Rickenbacker 12-string. This instrument has been well taken care of and loved in it's 27 year lifespan - there are a few dings & scuffs on this guitar, all consistent with a guitar that has been played & loved.


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      1994 Gretsch Brian Setzer Nashville 6120SSU

      This 1994 Gretsch Brian Setzer 6120SSU looks and plays like a dream. This guitar stands out in a crowd and has the versatility to give you a ton of sounds. This awesome instrument comes with the original hardshell case.


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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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      2004 Gibson B.B. King “Lucille”

      When B. B. King was playing ES-335s and 355s, he used to stuff the f-holes to eliminate feedback. When it came time to design his signature guitar, his first request was to get rid of those f-holes, and “Lucille” was born. With a fine tuner tailpiece, a semi-hollow design with no f-holes, multi-ply binding and Varitone circuitry, the Gibson “Lucille” model is just like B. B.'s.


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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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      2007 Melancon "Master Artist"

      This is a very rare (only 20 ever made) custom made Melancon Master Artist solid body electric guitar. This instrument uses beautiful woods & intense craftsmanship that delivers a wonderful guitar with tone, playability & lots of character.


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      2008 Gibson Les Paul LPR-8 Murphy Aged Goldtop

      This is a real-deal 2008 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul LPR-8 1958 'Aged Historic' Reissue Gold Top. Only 75 were made worldwide, and this one is #42 out of 75! Pre-aged by Tom Murphy at the Gibson Custom facility and built by Master Builder Edwin Wilson


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      2008 Gibson LPR8

      This is a 2008 Gibson Custom Shop 1958 Les Paul reissue with a plain top and a beautiful tobacco sunburst finish. This instrument plays great and has a huge vintage Gibson LP tone.


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      2012 Fender Custom Shop '69 Relic Stratocaster

      This Fender Custom Shop 1969 Relic Stratocaster is in fantastic used shape and has been fully set up by our in house repair tech for optimal playability. It includes the original orange-lined black vintage style case from G&G as well as the original paperwork, certificate, custom shop leather strap, custom shop cable, bridge cover and vibrato arm.


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      2012 Fender James Burton Telecaster

      Guitarist James Burton has played with a virtual who’s who of country and rock luminaries since the fifties, from Elvis Presley to Elvis Costello. Through it all, Burton has favored the Fender Tele as his axe of choice, earning himself the nickname “the Master of the Telecaster.” His was the first signature Telecaster model, and today’s James Burton Telecaster is as fiery as ever, designed to his exacting specifications with three pickups, special switching, gold hardware, gorgeous paisley-flame finish and more.


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      2012 Gibson Collectors Choice #6 1959 Les Paul

      Guitars in the Collector's Choice™ series by Gibson Custom bring players and collectors closer to owning a specific, existing vintage Les Paul than anything else available on the market. This beautiful Les Paul plays and sounds incredible.