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  1. G&L ASAT Special - Black Binding - Rear Contour - Alpine White #5004
    $2,360.00 Click for price

    This ASAT Special has been upgraded with "OLS" body depth, rear contour, black top-binding, and Satin Vintage Tint neck finish.

    Model: ASAT Special
    Body: Basswood
    Body Finish: Alpine White
    Body Depth: "OLS" (Original Leo Spec)
    Body Other: Rear Contour
    Binding: Top-Bound Black Binding
    Pickguard: 3-ply Black/White/Black
    Bridge: Saddle-Lock
    Neck Profile: Modern Classic (.820"-.870")
    Radius: 9.5"
    Nut: Bone
    Nut Width: 1 11/16"
    Neck Wood: Hard-rock Maple
    Fingerboard: Maple
    Neck Finish: Satin Vintage Tint
    Frets: Medium Jumbo
    Inlay: Black Face Dots
    Controls: 3-Way, Volume, Tone
    Neck Pickup: G&L MFD Jumbo Single Coil
    Bridge Pickup: G&L MFD Jumbo Single Coil
    Tuners: G&L Standard
    Setup: PLEK
    Case: Deluxe Black Tolex

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  2. G&L Legacy HH - Swamp Ash - Old School Tobacco Sunburst #5194
    $2,359.00 Click for price

    Model: Legacy HH
    Body: Swamp Ash
    Body Finish: Old School Tobacco Sunburst
    Bridge: DF Vibrato
    Neck Profile: Modern Classic (.820"-.870")
    Radius: 9.5"
    Nut: Bone
    Nut Width: 1 11/16"
    Neck Wood: Hard-rock Maple
    Fingerboard: Maple
    Neck Finish: Satin Light Tint
    Frets: Medium Jumbo
    Inlay: Black Face Dots
    Controls: 3-way, Volume, Treble, Bass, Mini-Toggle
    Neck Pickup: G&L AS4255B
    Bridge Pickup: G&L AW4470B
    Tuners: G&L Standard
    Setup: PLEK
    Case: Deluxe Black Tolex

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  3. Taylor 514ce Japan Limited Prototype Acoustic Electric
    $2,599.00

    Okay, you and your buddies are talking guitars, 'cause guitar players love to talk about their guitars. One buddy says, "My Taylor is really cool, it's an early model". Because you're a nice guy, you say, "Man, that's cool"; then casually mention, "Mine is a prototype". Dead silence...the guy is completely shut down. With any luck at all, he'll go into an alcoholic tailspin, and you'll never have to look at him again. Well, that may be a bit harsh, but he probably deserved it. Here's the deal, Taylor made this guitar in the USA as a prototype for a limited edition run that was sold to the Japanese market exclusively. It is a Taylor 514CE Japan Limited, but with a few different aesthetics from the ones made for the USA market - most notably a satin finish and dot inlays. The back and sides are tropical mahogany, and the top is Western Red Cedar. It has the new Expression 2 pickup system. It's new, from the factory, and comes with full warranty. It sounds great, looks great, and has that little extra bump of coolness because it's a prototype. It's doubtful you'll find another one like this in the USA. Let your buddy stew on that!

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  4. USED 1998 Gibson Custom Shop AJ Advanced Jumbo Brazilian Rosewood
    $5,000.00

    This is a cool and rare guitar. It's a monster. We have a 1998 Gibson Custom Shop Advanced Jumbo Brazilian. That's right, Brazilian Rosewood. How cool is that? This guitar looks and sounds unbelievable. It plays great: the action is nice, low, and easy. It's great for finger picking AND strumming. Everything you'd want out of a Gibson acoustic. Jackson Browne has one of these, along with his 30's Advanced Jumbos. The bridge has been reglued; no other issues or repairs. There is light wear, nicks, dings, and scratches - nothing major. The finish has sunken into the grain in places on the back: typical of lacquer finishes on Brazilian rosewood. Still overall the condition is excellent. The sunburst finish looks so authentic; as does the pickguard, which is the old-style striped kind. The neck is wide and big, and feels great. It's got a 1 7/8" nut width. It has open back Grover tuners as well. Gibson will not be making any more Brazilian Rosewood guitars, and this one is priced right. Comes with hard shell case.

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  5. Used Vintage 1960 Gibson ES-330TD
    $4,800.00

    This is one of the best sounding ES-330's we've come across. A vintage 1960 ES-330TD. There's a vibe in the old wood of this guitar you don't hear in the new models. Played acoustically it's loud and resonant...it vibrates on your arm, the back of your hand, against your ribs, or any other part of your body that touching it. It feels alive. Plugged in this guitar really shines. It comes close to doing everything you could want. The bride pickup has a twang that can rival a Tele but with a fattness a Tele doesn't have. The neck pickup is big and punchy with a woody tone that you've always wanted but have seldom heard. The ES-330TD was debuted in 1959 as a thinline with creme plastic body binding on top, back and three sides of the rosewood fingerboard. It had the postwar script "Gibson" logo at the top of its ebony overlaid glossy finished headplate, and below that there is no further decoration, just a white bordered black bell-shaped truss rod cover held in plate by two roundhead Phillips screws. Factory order number R2795. This model has the twin rounded cutaway and also a shorter length neck than the ES-335 had. The scale length is approximately 24 1/2" nut to saddle. The width of the fingerboard at the nut is 1 11/16" with an E-to-E string width at the saddle of 2". It has an elevated black plastic pickguard with edges that are laminated with white-black-white border. It has twin black plastic P-90 pickups which have a "dog ear" on the bass side, but a squared side on the treble. It has a tune-o-matic bridge, meaning that it is fully adjustable both vertically and individually adjustable both forward and backward. The pearloid fret marker at the 15th fret has been replaced and the treble side binding from the first to 9th fret has been replace. Other than those two repairs this guitar is all original. Comes with modern hardshell case.

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  6. USED 1969 Gibson ES-340 TD Walnut Orange Label
    $2,400.00

    We have so many cool guitars - a virtual plethora of cool, used and vintage guitars. Take this great guitar for instance: we have a 1969 Orange label Gibson ES-340TDW in the original Walnut finish. Laminated maple neck with beautiful Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard and miniature block pearloid inlays. It shows lots of wear, weather checking, nicks, dings, scratches. The trapeze tailpiece has been replaced with a stop tailpiece. The tune-o-matic bridge has been replaced too, and the one original to the guitar will be included inside the case. The lead pickup is a vintage, Gibson T-Top stamped patent number pickup, but it's not the original one that came with the guitar. The neck pickup is original patent number decal pickup. The frets are fine. Plays great and sounds great. It's a great blues guitar. I'm sure some Memphis blues are soaking into it right now. There are no breaks or problems. Great player's guitar. The logo and diamond are showing considerable wear. Comes with non original hard case.

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  7. USED Vintage 1969 Gibson EB-2 Hollowbody Bass Sunburst
    $2,095.00

    I love a Gibson Bass. It's the tone, man. That deep bass tone that sounds...you know, bassy. We have a really cool Gibson bass just in: a 1969 Gibson EB-2 with original sunburst finish. The keystone instrument in Gibson's production in the 1960's was the ES-335TD. Its counterpart bass was the EB-2, which sported the same body and finishes. Like the original Electric Bass, the EB-2's headstock has rear-projecting/banjo-type tuners, and a set-neck made of Honduras mahogany. Fingerboard has 20 frets on a rosewood board and pearl dot inlays. It's joined to the body at the 18th fret, and its combination bridge/tailpiece was angled, which increased the accuracy of its intonation. It has one pickup, and it sounds great. The frets are fine, the neck is straight and true, and the electronics work perfectly. There is wear, nicks, dings and scratches. Nothing major. It is almost 50 years old after all. There is a hole on the treble bout where someone put a strap button. Fans of The Strypes are aware of how great these basses sound. They work so well in a hard blues/rock format, they just smoke. Check out some old Yardbirds stuff: the bass sound is such a huge part of their sound. Comes with original hard case.

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  8. Fano Standard JM6 P90 - Bull Black #1040
    $1,895.00

    This curvaceous axe sounds as hot as it looks. The smooth, early ‘60s C-shaped Maple neck and Alder body are built for both speed and comfort, with an aged look that makes it feel not only familiar, but loved. Hot P-90 pickups give the Standard JM6 plenty of growl and attitude when the occasion demands it.

    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Inlays: Dots
    Neck Shape: Early 60’s C (.830-.920)
    Scale Length: 25.5″
    Nut: 1.65” Tusq XL
    Radius: 7.25″-9.5″
    Frets: 22 – Jescar 6105
    Hardware: Nickel
    Tuners: Fano Branded Vintage
    Bridge: Fano Branded TOM/Stoptail
    Pickups: P-90’s
    Controls: Volume, Tone, 3-Way Switch
    Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
    Distress Levels: Light
    Strings: Elixir Strings .010-.046
    Case: Levy’s Gig Bag

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  9. Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - 10-Top - Figured Maple Neck/Board - Faded Whale Blue #1711
    $4,230.00

    This Custom 24 10-Top features a figured maple neck and fingerboard. This is a feature usually only available on Artist Package models, but are being made a available for a very limited time.

    Top Wood: Carved Figured Maple (10-Top)
    Back Wood: Mahogany
    Number of Frets: 24
    Scale Length: 25"
    Neck Wood: Mahogany
    Neck Shape: Pattern Thin
    Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
    Fretboard Inlay: Birds
    Bridge: PRS Patented Tremolo, Gen III
    Tuners: PRS Phase III Locking
    Hardware Type: Hybrid
    Treble Pickup: 85/15 Treble
    Bass Pickup: 85/15 Bass
    Controls: Volume, Tone, 5-Way Blade Switch
    Strings 10's
    Case: Hardshell

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  10. D'Angelico Premier Grateful Dead DC Semi-Hollow Electric #8230
    $999.00

    Let Me Sing Your Blues Away with this new D'Angelico Special Edition Grateful Dead DC Hollowbody Guitar. This Guitar is sure to have any Deadhead Dancing in the Streets. The top features a custom paint job showing off the red, white and blue lightning bolt from the iconic Steal Your Face logo that is as beautiful as any Sunshine Daydream we've ever seen. When Push Comes To Shove, don't let yourself feel like you've been left out in the Cold Rain and Snow, this could be the Last Time so get your Crazy Fingers on this guitar and ride the Dark Star as it crashes into the Promised Land because the Music Never Stopped.

    So grab this Guitar while you can and show your love for the Dead. This guitar plays great, and sounds fantastic. Comes with a deluxe gig bag.

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  11. D'Angelico Premier Grateful Dead DC Semi-Hollow Electric #6048
    $999.00

    Let me help Sing your blues away with this new D'Angelico Special Edition Grateful Dead DC Hollowbody guitar. This Guitar is sure to have any Deadhead Dancing in the streets. The top features a custom paint job showing off the red, white and blue Lightning bolt from the iconic Steal your Face logo that is as beautiful as any sunshine daydream we've ever seen. When push comes to shove, don't let yourself feel like you've been left out in the Cold Rain and snow, this could be the last time so get your crazy fingers on this guitar and ride the dark star as it crashes into the promised land because the music never stopped.

    So grab this guitar while you can and show your love for the Dead. This guitar plays great, and sounds fantastic. Comes with a deluxe gig bag.

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  12. G&L ASAT Special - Tobacco Sunburst #5232
    $549.00

    The G&L ASAT Special just might be the quintessential G&L guitar, viewed by many as Leo’s ultimate single-cutaway. It features jumbo single-coil Magnetic Field Design pickups, each with a narrow bobbin aperture for a coil which is shallow yet wide. In this regard, an MFD jumbo single coil is similar to a P-90 or Jazzmaster pickup, yet the MFD principle provides a punchier bottom end and brighter top end sparkling with harmonics. Leo further departed with the past with the addition of his innovative Saddle-Lock bridge which transfers string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument. The result is one of the most versatile guitars ever, serving up ballsy twang to searing blues to smooth jazz tones.

    The Tribute Series ASAT Special brings the magic of Leo’s own reinterpretation of the single-cutaway bolt-on guitar, all at a price attainable for every working musician. Once you play a G&L Tribute Series, you’ll never look back.

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