1959 Gibson Les Paul Jr
Classic 59 Les Paul Jr in a heavy relic'd Cherry Red finish.
Brazilian rosewood board. Honduran mahogany body. Original tuners reinstalled. Pickup and pots all original.
A life of being played live has left it's scars on this very select piece of history.
The single dog-ear P-90 screwed straight into the top produces an unmistakable tone.
1961 Gibson Melody Maker
Vintage tobacco sunburst single cut away Melody Maker. Rosewood board, 59 JR style thin body.
Cosmetically it has the odd minor dent or scratch, some buckle rash and some tarnished hardware.
The neck also features a narrow peghead.
Wrap around bridge/ tailpiece.
1961 Harmony Stratotone
H45 model from 1961 with a steel reinforced neck. The guitar has perfect intonation.
Comes with numerous scratches and dings, but nothing that affects playability. 100% original.
If you like The Black Keys sound, then this original piece will help you get that sound without breaking the bank.
1965 Fender Jaguar
Original L series 1965 Fender Jaguar in 3 tone sunburst. Bridge cover included.
Tortoise pickguard, transition logo, kluson tuners, floating tremolo, Brazilian rosewood board, pearloid dots and original untouched electronics.
1970 Gibson Les Paul
1970 Gibson Deluxe Les Paul with a pair of great mini-humbuckers that can handle as much gain as you want to throw at them.
Gold top nitro finish with no checking. Original frets, trapezoid mother of pearl inlays. tune-o-matic bridge and stop bar tailpiece.
1972 Gibson SG Deluxe
A rare (1 of 50) SG Deluxe Stereo model from 1972 with factory fitted Gibson bixby unit and tune-o-matic bridge.
This SG model will drive two amplifiers with two switches working as an on-off for each amplifier. Without a pickup selector, each of the embossed Gibson Patent number pickups is controlled by its respective volume knob.
Transitional top mounted control plate with raised style LP pickguard. The neck is straight and ultra thin.
Action is surprisingly slick. Generic hardcase
1973 Fender Precision Tortoise Guard
All original 1973 Precision bass. Amazing smooth tone and a real investment quality piece.
1973 Gibson Les Paul Standard
This 1973 Gibson Les Paul Standard is the first year that the Gibson factory made the Les Paul in the full size humbucker standard burst configuration since the legendary 1958 - 1960 production series
Weight is 9.5 pounds having a balanced lighter feel while playing. Patent sticker pickups, original pots and capacitors. Pot number 1377348.
1974 Fender Stratocaster
Great condition 1974 Fender Stratocaster in Natural wood grain finish.
Resonant acoustic style tone emanating from a heavy Ash body.
Original grey bottom pickups with staggered pole pieces. Neck has a triple join back plate.
1975 Fender Precision
Smooth player. One of my main go to basses when practicing, this is a great way to get into the vintage bass market. You can play it, and this instrument will certainly appreciate in value. Comes with original hang tags.
1975 Fender Princeton
This 1975 Fender Princeton amplifier is the non-reverb model with a single 10" inch speaker.
Coming in at 12W, this is a perfect amp for small venues. They tone quality is excellent and the volume not mind-numbingly loud.
I like to drive it less than 6-7, as the vintage Fender amps tend to fuzz out at high volumes.
1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom
This Wine Red Les Paul Custom is in exceptional condition for it's age, and shows little no wear on the gold components.
Ebony fretboard with block mother of pearl inlays. Mahogany body and straight neck.
All original electronics.
1979 Fender Vibro Champ
1970's all valve guitar amp.
6 watts of beautiful vintage Fender silverface goodness running on 240V so no stepdown transformer needed.
Original speaker, valves and transformers make this amp ideal for the serious collector, and awesome tube tone make it a great practice, small venue and recording amp.
Just recapped and serviced, this amp is working perfectly and sounding sweet.
1984 Fender Stratocaster
Amazing quality Japanese JV Stratocaster ST-57 with a 3 way switch.
The JV series was a Japanese manufactured Stratocaster using pre-CBS tooling with Fender USA hardware and parts.
Original CTS pots. Steel tremelo block with Fender stamped saddles.
Sweet and true Fender sound and plays so smooth.
1987 Kramer Baretta
First class Japan manufactured Kramer Baretta. 25 1/2" scale. Locking nut with a Floyd Rose bridge assembly.
Eddie Van Halen fans rejoice! Here is a 80's Baretta with parts that were made in the USA, shipped to Japan for assembly, quality control and sales. Genuine vintage ESP made Kramer.
The first thing you notice is the solid construction. A very solid and well constructed guitar.
1988 Fender Stratocaster
Amazing condition Japanese custom colour Stratocaster in Lake Placid Blue.
I do have a soft spot for this guitar as one of my first musical instruments owned was a 1988 Japanese Stratocaster in Olympic White. I like this instrument a lot. Perfect instrument for a musician learning and playing live.
Perfect intonation, this solid playing guitar has a clean rosewood fretboard on a maple neck.
Finish has a sparkling effect in real life. Fine guitar.
1992 Fender Telecaster
A quality standard Telecaster from 1992, comes with a Deluxe Bridge and a rosewood neck.
2008 Gibson ES 335 1959 Dot Reissue
57 Classic humbucker's have never sounded better than in this immaculate 1959 Reissue ES 335.
Comes with Custom Shop Authenticity booklet.
2010 Fender Telecaster
This is an immaculate vibrant Telecaster Custom Shop very suitable for live gigs. Comes with a 4 way selection mechanism for flexible tone options.
2011 Ernie Ball Musicman Stingray
This classic sunburst Music Man bass pops right out of the case when you first play it. A very bright and evenly balanced bass. Superb instrument.
2011 Gibson SG Standard
Stock standard SG. All that you need for The Doors, AC-DC and The Angels tone.
2013 Gibson SG Angus Young
AC-DC fans need wait no longer. One of my favourite guitars, this SG absolutely nails the AC-DC tone note for note. All the way from Sin City.