This Custom Shop P3 by Washburn is a nicely built US made guitar. Neck through construction with mahogany body. Stock Seymour Duncan humbuckers and Grover tuning machines. Plays great. With OHSC.
This guitar is ridiculously fun to play. This is the 2nd phase Univox Hi-Flyer with P-90s, Jag-style tremolo system and roller bridge and original headstock badge. We gave it a fresh re-fret and it plays fantastic. Early 70s MIJ love. Kill me now!
1970 Les Paul Professional. This thing sounds amazing. Stock pick-ups & electronics with original hardshell case. You might have to come see it for yourself. Very rare!
76 Les Paul. All original with OHSC and original bill of sale. Signal owner. Tobacco sunburst with gold hardware. Bone stock. Players wear to your liking. No repairs to speak of. Sweet. SOLD!
We proudly stock new Savannah cut-away electric resonators with a beautiful matte black finish. Come check out this blues machine.
Here’s a great example of an Epiphone Gibson model with all the heart soul of the real thing. It plays and sounds great. Built in Korea 2002. Ready to go for that Gibson sound at a decent price. SOLD!
The Univox Westbury Performer was the last model made by Unicord before changing the company’s name to Westbury from Univox. The Performer is double cut-away design with German-route, two humbuckers, adjustable one-piece bridge, and set neck construction. Made in Japan at the Mastamuko factory. With case.
This vintage Epiphone Century archtop was made in New York city, 1954. It’s a beautiful sunburst archtop electric jazz-box with it’s original New York pickup near the neck. It’s been lovingly restored. We gave it new frets. With OHSC. Amazing.
Rare Kay archtop with 3 pickups and tremolo. Made in Japan circa late 60s. This one is truly a head scratcher as far as origin goes. Best tremolo system with roller bridge. Awesomeness.
Come check out this G&L F100! Fully stock and pretty rare. Plays like a strat with a beautiful maple neck. Loads of pickup options for a wide array of tones. Killer.