2007 Gibson Melody Maker with distressed look; made in the USA. One single coil pick by the bridge give you a cool vintage sound without frills. Neck through construction with a mahogany slab body and cut-away make this a very comfortable electric. Tone and volume controls. Rosewood fretboard. Great looks!
79 Gibson ‘The SG’ was made for four years from 79-83. Solid Walnut body, ebony fretboard, dot inlays, and model name on the truss rod cover. Aftermarket Grover tuning machines and a Seymour Duncan in the bridge position have been added along the way. Original T-top in the neck position. Pick guard is missing. Comes
70-72 Fender Bronco. Here’s an amazing playing vintage Fender electric that won’t break the bank. This thing plays and feels great. The body is very clean shape for it’s age. The finish on the headstock has been altered but seems to be original. Non-original electronics. Nice!
Fender Musicmaster with single pick-up in the neck position from 1977. Plays and sound amazing. Classic looks with rosewood fretboard, black finish and giant 70s Fender headstock. This guitar is in good condition and really is a pleasure to play.
This beautiful Johnny Marr signature Fender Jaguar is in like-new condition from 2016 and plays like a dream! This edition has 2 Bare Knuckle pick-ups and 2 Bright Slide switches. 4-way blade selector switch let’s you choose between neck, bridge, both in series and both in parallel. Floating trem-system. Tremolo bar, bridge cover and original
Nice full-sized Fender cutaway acoustic/electric with EQ & volume controls and built in tuner. Great guitar for a performing acoustic player. Great condition.
Vintage 70s Conn classical made in Japan. Nice warm, rich sound and easy playability. Good condition. Great deal for under $200.
Nice 70s Red Label Japanese FG 230 12 string by Yamaha. Fresh set-up. Even action. Sounds great and full. Comes with hardcase.
New Tobacco Sunburst dreadnaught acoustic by Recording King. The RDS-9-TS sports a solid spruce top for nice bright mids and high tones. A bone nut and saddle add to the richness of this acoustic. And it comes with a nice padded soft-case.
Nice introductory level classical guitar for under $100. The Lucinda full-sized classical is comfortable to play and sounds warm and mellow. Easy on the eyes and ears.