If you love Vintage Guitars, Basses and Amps, you’ve come to the right place!
Specialising in high quality original vintage Fender and Gibson guitars, basses and amplifiers, we offer sales, appraisal, insurance replacement, importing and consignment services.
If you have any questions about any of our inventory, simply call Travis on 0499 498 111.
- 1918 Gibson L3 Acoustic
- 1943 Gibson LG-2 Acoustic
- 1960 Fender Esquire
- 1968 Marshall JMP50 Plexi
- 2009 Fender Custom Shop 1960 Reissue
- 2017 Schecter Custom Shop
Vintage Guitars (28)
- 1954 Fender Stratocaster 2 Tone Sunburst
- 1962 Fender Stratocaster 3 Tone Sunburst
- 1963 Fender Stratocaster 3 Tone Sunburst
- 1967 Fender Stratocaster Candy Apple Red
- 1971 Fender Stratocaster 3 Tone Sunburst
- 1973 Fender Stratocaster Olympic White
- 1980 Fender Stratocaster Candy Apple Red
- 2007 Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop Pro – SOLD
- 1960 Fender Equire – COMING SOON
- 1973 Fender Telecaster Natural
- 1975 Fender Telecaster Duco Black
- 2012 Fender Telecaster Mustard Hue
Gibson Les Pauls (8)
- 1956 Gibson Les Paul Jr
- 1963 Gibson Les Paul Custom Polaris White
- 1970 Gibson Les Paul Recording
- 1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop (1 of 2)
- 1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop (2 of 2)
- 1973 Gibson Les Paul Standard – SOLD
- 1974 Gibson Les Paul Standard
- 1975 Gibson Les Paul Black Beauty
- 2013 Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop 1958 Reissue
Gibson SG’s (5)
- 1967 Gibson SG Special
- 1969 Gibson SG Standard
- 1970 Gibson SG Special
- 1971 Gibson SG Deluxe
- 1974 Gibson SG Standard
Gibson Acoustics (4)
- 1918 Gibson L3 Equire – COMING SOON
- 1943 Gibson LG-2 Banner – COMING SOON
- 1957 Gibson LG-1
- 1959 Gibson LG-2
- 1965 Fender Jazz Bass
- 1971 Fender Jazz Bass Olympic White
- 1973 Fender Jazz Bass Duco Black
- 1976 Fender Jazz Natural – JUST SOLD
- 2006 Fender Jazz 5
- 1965 Fender Precision Bass
- 1971 Fender Precision Bass Three Tone Sunburst – SOLD
- 1971 Fender Precision Bass Olympic White – JUST SOLD
- 1979 Fender Precision Bass Black – JUST SOLD
Vintage Amps (9)
- 1958 Fender Tremolux Tweed – JUST SOLD
- 1960 Fender Princeton 5F-2 A Tweed
- 1963 Fender Princeton Brown Tolex
- 1964 Fender Champ Black Tolex
- 1964 Fender Princeton Reverb Black Tolex
- 1966 Fender Bassman Head
- 1968 Marshall JMP50 Plexi – COMING SOON
- 1971 Marshall JMP50 Amp
- 1991 Marshall JCM900 1*12
- 1995 Marshall JCM900 2*12
(last updated October 20 2019)
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Buying a vintage guitar that’s right for you is a very personal choice, and we provide honest and informative advice which you can utilise to source the best piece available.
With the recent addition of early vintage amplifiers, we have a full suite of vintage Fender and Gibson collectables for that special gift for someone, or simply a piece that you have been looking for.
We work with insurance companies for replacement instruments for those that have lost their favourite vintage piece through theft, fire or other misfortune.
Our simplified business process results in our customers getting piece of mind.
Our instruments are sourced from high calibre collections and have been acquired over the last 25 years.
If you see a vintage guitar or bass that you like, give us a call and we will answer what ever questions you have about your favoured instrument.
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Vintage Guitar Case Studies
L-Series Jazz Bass in Vibrant 3 Tone Sunburst.
This 1965 Fender Jazz Bass was one our first premium vintage instruments acquired.
The nitrocellulose finish over the immaculate 3 tone sunburst finish has held up remarkably well. This reveals a vibrant colour spectrum as evidenced in the photography.
Apart from slight worming on the rear of the instrument, the finish is near spotless. The tortoiseshell guard is clean and crack free.
As pictured below, the maple neck comes with an Indian Rosewood board. The small vintage frets are in perfect condition and have barely been played. They retain a slight gold tarnish, further evidence that the bass has been kept in perfect storage conditions for the majority of the last half century.
The electronics on the bass are untouched, and the sound and playability of the instrument can only be described as unique.
Given the small frets on the board, there is a distinct difference in playing style with this particular bass. The pickups are very responsive and although they are not as loud as their modern day equivalents, do produce a more subtle vintage tone that satisfies even the fussiest bass aficionados.
Finally, the clover style tuners are all original and in great shape and have never left the instrument. These L-Series tuners spin in the opposite direction to what you are used to.
The bass comes with it’s original hard Fender no-logo case.
Based on the stunning condition of this instrument, it would form a cornerstone item in any vintage Fender bass collection.
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The Fretless Wonder in Polaris White with Triple PAF Pickups.
This Gibson Les Paul Custom was the 13th guitar made by Gibson in 1963. As such it shares a lot of 1962 components including the sideways vibrola which is in good working condition.
This particular piece also features three high output ‘PAF’ (Patent Applied For) pickups which are noticeable for their distinctive tone.
The single piece mahogany neck with ebony fretboard is a joy to play with 22 small vintage frets still in good condition.
The hand contoured body in original Polaris White finish is in remarkably good condition compared to the gold coated nickel components which have oxidised heavily. Original Grover “Patent Pending” tuners are in excellent working order, untouched and have never left the guitar.
When plugged into the 1963 Fender Princeton amplifier, the guitar produces a remarkably full tone, one that is a pleasure to experience. Whether playing Jazz, Rock, Blues or more contemporary music, this guitar does surprise, and it’s build quality and subsequent impressive tone were well above my expectations when I first acquired the guitar.
With small frets, you will need to adjust your playing technique somewhat as it plays lighter and faster than most other vintage guitars I have played. But the time invested in learning this guitar produces some remarkably impressive results, both with chords, harmonic sets and single note playing.
The central pickup position is wired such that the guitar produces a very thin, almost tinny sound made famous by Sister Rosetta Tharpe. The bridge and neck positions have that typical full Gibson tone with ample feedback at higher gains from most strings.
With higher gain Marshall amplifiers, string muting will be necessary as this guitar wants to enter an infinite feedback loop on most fretted notes. Controlling the feedback on these pickups is an art within itself.
The higher energy ‘PAF’ pickups are untouched, which together with it’s clean original Polaris White finish make this is a great investment that the new owner can admire and enjoy playing for many years to come.
This vintage classic arrives at your door with it’s original “Faultless” gold-lined case.
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Two pieces from the golden era of Fender musical history.
This 1963 Fender Stratocaster arrives at your door with its original brown case including the original manual with matching serial number, L03963.
Owning this guitar is sheer pleasure from the minute you first open the case to the instant you hear it through your favourite amplifier.
One-Piece Alder Body, Clean Maple Neck and Headstock w/ Original Kluson Tuners, Spaghetti Logo, Dark Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard, Clay Dots, Green Guard, L-Plate and Original Tremolo Arm.
This L-series Stratocaster is 100% original with no repairs or issues. Original frets have plenty of life left at 85-90% remaining.
The 1964 Fender Bassman Blonde amplifier is the last year of white tolex amplifiers prior to the advent of the Blackface series introduced in the same year. This super clean piggyback version has a speaker cabinet with it’s original 12″ speakers.
Two bass inputs and two guitar inputs (normal) with untouched electronics. The transformers are untouched with their original codes and the 110V USA plug will require a 240-115V stepdown transformer.
Together, they form part of Fender musical instrument history that will take immediate pride of place in your lounge room or studio.