Crafted in Japan in the early 2000s. Minty fresh sunburst Fender Stratocaster 12 string with rosewood fretboard. This guitar sounds and plays amazing. Super clean. Comes with hard shell case. Way too cool.
Here’s a lovely electric archtop that won’t break the bank. The Emperor Regent AS is a stylish jazz-box with a floating mini-humbucker near the neck and volume/tone controls on the pickguard. Rosewood fretboard with block and triangle pearloid and Abalone inlays. This is the mid-nineties re-issue of the classic, Epi-built Emperor Regent from the Peerless
New Danelectro ’56 baritone electric. 29.75″ scale with Lipstick pickups. Brass nut. Fully adjustable bridge. Dolphin headstock. Rosewood fingerboard. Korean made. Great build quality and attention to detail. Set-up for B standard tuning. Tons of fun!
Fender Special Edition ’60s Re-issue Stratocaster. These new MIM special 60s color strats are nicely done. This guitar’s has barely been played. Canary Yellow with rosewood fretboard. Super clean. Plays great. Nice. SOLD!
Early 2000s Gretsch Electromatic. Great player and good-looker! Very clean. Nice example of an import with a great build for the price. Get that classic Gretsch hollow-bodied electric sound on a budget. Comes stock with a Bigsby, clear pick-gaurd, and Gretsch soft-case. SOLD!
This Gretsch Synchromatic could tell some stories. Made in 1954, these are archtop acoustic guitars. The electronics were added along the way. It was in rough shape when it can to us. We gave it a neck re-set, fretwork and minor binding repair. It probably hasn’t played this well in decades. The bridge, the knobs
1974 Fender Telecaster with original tweed hardcase. Oh my God! This one stops my heart. All original except a replaced 3-way switch! No repairs, no dings. Original frets with minimal wear. It has some moments of worn finish on the neck near the headstock but it’s almost too clean for it’s age. Someone needs to
Early 90s TV Yellow Gibson SG with Gibson case. It has some players wear where you’d want it. The neck pick-up is stock. Someone put an EMG in the bridge position and we had a Gibson bridge humbucker laying around so we threw that in there to make it closer to stock. Sounds amazing! SOLD!
Oscar Schmidt is Washburn’s economy guitar line and here’s a really cool one. Classy blonde jazz-box with two humbuckers, soft cut-away, gold hardware, stylish fret-markers and nice binding work. Light mileage and a fresh set-up. It’s a good deal.
The Loar LH-304T is a thin hollow-bodied electric with classic single cut-away. 1-1/2 in. body depth and a 16 in. lower bout. Adjustable floating bridge and two humbuckers. It’s a great player and good-looker. It come stock with vintage-style Kluson tuning machines. New!