Fender Super Reverb Reissue Amp - SOLD
Fender Super Reverb Reissue Amp - SOLD From 2002 but you'd never know it! This amp looks like it just left the Fender showroom. It's in fantastic all original condition and includes the original Fender amp cover! What sweet tone, too. The 4x10 Jensons sound incredibly warm and full. Great classic Fender tone.
Gibson ES-335 1976 - SOLD (bought by George Canyon!)
Gibson ES-335 1976 - SOLD! Bought by George Canyon. Thanks George! Check out http://georgecanyon.com Well, here it is! A classic Gibson ES-335 from 1976. A great sounding, versatile guitar that's become an icon in music, the 335 can do anything. Rock, jazz, blues, even country. This Gibson is wonderful, original condition. It has been played regularly but also has been carefully maintained and taken care of. No cracks or breaks, good life left in the frets and a slightly smaller neck than some of the older Gibsons make this one a winner. Beautiful sunburst finish is in fantastic shape with no buckle rash or major scratches. Comes with the original pink lined Gibson case. Why more pay for a new ES-335 when you can have a real classic?
Gibson GA-5 Amp approx. 1957 - SOLD
What a Great little amp!! Wonderful, smooth tone at low volume and as you crank it up, creamy, rich overdrive. Nothing harsh about this amp! This Gibson GA-5 appears to be all original complete with the Jenson speaker and untouched solder joints. It works and sounds fantastic. If you're looking for killer tone in a small package, then look no further!
Gibson J-50 Acoustic approx. 1970-72 - SOLD
Gibson J-50 Acoustic approx. 1970-72 - SOLD! Here's a great playing and fantastic sounding Gibson J-50 from the early 70's - somewhere around 1970-72. This one won't win any beauty contests, it is definitely a player that has been played. Judging by the tone, I know why it's been played as much as it has - it sounds great! But all that playing is apparent on the top with a "Willie Nelson" wear mark around the soundhole and pickguard (possibly not original) that has been filled in. The frets show some wear but still have lots of life left, and there are normal scratches and players wear. The block inlays are a bit of a mystery but having consulted a VERY knowledgeable expert in vintage guitars and amps, the conclusion is it most likely came from the factory that way. Gibson, as did other builders, would sometimes change the specifications or features of a guitar if there was a small issue to save time and money. Possibly in this case an issue with the dot inlays. It's marked as a 2nd meaning there was a small cosmetic blemish or something that deviated from spec originally from the factory (inlays?). This vintage J-50 is a wonderful sounding guitar that's perfect someone who's not looking for collector, but wants a night after night solid player. It comes with the original Gibson case.This is your chance to own a cool, unique and great playing Gibson J-50 for a great price!
Gibson Les Paul Deluxe 1979 SOLD
Here's a very nice and original 1979 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop. Some people don't like the Deluxes because of the mini humbuckers but this Goldtop has a great full sound! This may be in part due to the solid, one piece mahogany body and the 3 piece maple neck plus the wonderful, natural aging of this classic guitar. Everything on this Deluxe is original, with no breaks or alterations. It comes with it's original Gibson hardshell case. The back shows a some buckle rash but nothing through the finish. Just a great vintage Gibson with no excuses!
Gibson, Fenders, Gretsch - SOLD
Gibson, Fenders, Gretsch - SOLD! A Collector's Dream! From left to right; 1967/68 Gibson EBO Bass - All Original, 1964 Gretsch Country Gentleman - a two owner Original guitar with case, 1950's Gretsch New Yorker - a great, solid guitar with some cracks repaired, 1967 Fender Mustang Bass - we bought this guitar from the original owner complete with case, fantastic! , 1990's Fender Jazzmaster Reissue in Candy Apple red with Tweed case.
Gretsch Rally 1970 - SOLD
Gretsch Rally 1970 - SOLD! Here's a cool, rare Gretsch Rally from 1970. This Bamboo Yellow and Copper Mist model 6105 features Gretsch's Hi-Lo'Tron pickups, Bigsby vibrato and a Treble Booster. The Rally was only produced from 1967 to 1970 and are pretty hard to find these days. This vintage Gretsch has been played and it shows with a repair to the neck and some laquer cracks and nicks. The crack at the headstock has been repaired many years ago and is completely stable. The pickguard is original but has broken at the top screw hole which can easily be glued back together. The neck joint is really solid (which isn't always the case on these old Gretsches) and most of the binding is pretty good except for a few spots(as pictured below). This old axe plays and sounds great with all the electronics functioning as they should. Included with this great Rally is the original Gretsch case.
Gretsch Tennessean 1972 - SOLD
Gretsch Tennessean 1972 - SOLD! Take a look at this wonderful Gretsch Tennessean from 1972. This vintage guitar is in fantastic condition! It shows next to no wear anywhere; the frets, fingerboard, and finish are all in great shape. I believe it to be original except for the pickguard which is a replacement. If you are looking for a great playing, excellent condition Tennessean, check this one out! The original Gretsch case comes with this vintage guitar.
Harmony Acoustics 1950's & 60's - SOLD
Harmony Acoustics 1950's & 60's - SOLD! 1950s Harmony Monterey in great shape for the age. No cracks in the body, just normal surface wear. A wonderful old Harmony! 1960s Harmony Soverigns. Both in good shape and both sound warm and full. Structurally good and solid. ---ALL HAVE BEEN SOLD!--
Hofner Verythin 1963 - SOLD
Hofner Verythin 1963 - SOLD! An all Original Hofner in excellent condition. This was their version of Gibson's ES-335 with just as much quality and sound but not the price tag! (Photo of actual guitar not available, this photo is from www.vintagehofner.co.uk/cont, a killer site for Hofner info!)
Jackson Soloist USA with Dan Lawrence Paint 2005 - SOLD
Here's a cool, rare Jackson! A 2005 Soloist made in USA with paint by Dan Lawrence. Dan Lawrence worked with Jackson for a few years painting Custom guitars and Limited Edition guitars. This creation is called "Pile O' Skulls" and is not produced anymore. I have seen a newer version but it is not the same and is not signed by Dan Lawrence. This USA Jackson features a Neck-Though body design, quarter sawn Maple neck with Ebony Fretboard. The Pickups are real Seymour Duncans and the Floyd Rose is the high end trem, not the "licensed by Floyd Rose". It sounds and plays amazing, as most Jackson fans already know!
Kay Galaxie 1964 - SOLD
Kay Galaxie 1964 - SOLD! Wow! You don't see these too much anymore! What a great guitar! It looks like it hasn't been played much. The finish is in excellent condition, as is the neck and fretboard/frets. It's all original - tuners, pickup, bridge etc. Pickguard is missing. There's a tiny hole near the bridge, not sure what for (a Bigsby perhaps?), but it is very small.