If you love Vintage Guitars, Basses and Amps, you’ve come to the right place!

Specialising in high quality original Fender and Gibson vintage guitars, amplifiers and basses, we offer some of the cleanest vintage instruments in Australia.

We offer sales, appraisal, importing and consignment services for Fender and Gibson Vintage Guitars. If you are looking to purchase, talk to us first for the best advice, price and quality.

It’s our mission to make certain our customers receive only the highest quality genuine vintage pieces.

Use the menu above to navigate our vintage inventory, search our sitemap or simply select from our categorised lists below of latest stock:

Latest Arrivals

Coming Soon…
  • 1954 Fender Lap Steel
  • 1957 Gibson ES-125 owned by Graham Bonnet
  • 1963 Gibson Les Paul Custom Polaris White (w/ triple PAF’s)
  • 1963 Fender Princeton
  • 1965 Fender Mustang White
  • 1967 Gibson SG Special
  • 1969 Gibson SG Standard Cherry
  • 1975 Gibson Les Paul Black Beauty
  • 1989 Fender Stratocaster Deluxe Pewter (Mint condition – Lace Sensors)
  • 2018 Gibson Les Paul 1959 Reissue – PRE-SOLD

Vintage Guitar and Bass PDF Catalogues for Winter 2019

(last updated May 15 2019)

Our product inventory is available as high definition PDF files for download for people who like to print and read. Enjoy!

Winter Catalogue for Vintage Electric Fender and Gibson Guitars
2019 Winter Vintage Guitar Catalogue


Winter Catalogue for Vintage Fender Bass
2019 Winter Vintage Bass Catalogue


Vintage Electric Guitars - Click to View on Instagram

Buying a vintage guitar that’s right for you is a very personal choice, and we provide honest and informative information which you can utilise to make that important decision.

In particular, misrepresented vintage guitars through online sales websites are on the rise. As such, we offer an appraisal process on US purchased guitars and basses which ensures you get what you are paying for. Through our preferred dealer network, we can have your vintage guitar fully assessed for originality before it ships, giving you complete confidence in what you are paying for is what is being stated.

Our business concentrates on making sure that your purchase and shipping experience is stress free and you are fully aware of the process throughout all stages. We are experienced with CITES applications, packing and logistics to ensure the customer gets what they are expecting with no surprises.

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, why not drop us a line or use the contact form and we will be happy to help.

Your business is appreciated.

Travis Kerslake
0499 498 111

Two pieces from the golden era of Fender musical history.

1963 Fender Stratocaster L-Series

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.

1963 1964 Fender Amplifier Manual

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.

1963 Fender Stratocaster 1964 Fender Bassman

A brief history of two of Fender’s finest musical creations.

This 1954 Fender Stratocaster was purchased by the current owner in the 1980’s in Perth from a guitar player from London.

The guitar has a one piece Ash body, a beautiful playing maple neck and an early serial number of 0251.

The 1958 Fender Tremolux Tweed amplifier was purchased from a friend in New Jersey who is an avid collector of all these things Fender and Tweed. He had this amplifier in his shop for years, and his sales staff loved it as this was their demo amp. Then one day, he asked them to actually move it instead of play it and it came up for sale.

Guaranteed to make your guitar playing sound better, this guitar amplifier has experienced a lot of love during it’s life, and a lot of abuse as well. But one thing remains, a rich and unmistakable tone.

1954 Fender Stratocaster 1958 Fender Tremolux