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I'm giving my age away, but I remember when these came out in 1968: the Gibson Les Paul Standard. The Les Pauls were unavailable for eight years, so it was a big deal when they we re-released. Every pro got one. Joe Cocker's guitar player can been seen playing one in the movie Woodstock. Mike Campbell still uses his, as does Jeff Lynne. Rumor was, these first models were made from leftover bodies, necks, and other parts from the fifties. We have a really good one for you today. This is a fantastic 1968, small headstock, original P-90 pickups, one piece mahogany neck. There is lacquer checking on the front. It looks and plays great, no repairs, breaks, or other issues. The bridge and tailpiece are recent, and it has replacement Grover tuners. The frets are original. It has a great vintage patina. Strummed unplugged this guitar is very loud which is always the sign of a superior instrument. It's ready to rock and roll and sounds like a million bucks. Comes with non original Gibson hard case.Learn More
Sometimes things just don't work out. A customer ordered this guitar from Suhr to his exact specs. Very cool specs, but unfortunately was unable to complete the transaction. Let his loss be your gain. What we have is a new Suhr Modern left-handed. It is set up from Suhr for right-handed playing, because that is how this guy learned to play. It is a left-handed guitar though, and could be strung as a left-handed guitar by simply swapping out the Floyd nut. I'm right-handed and I would play this guitar because I think guitars look really cool upside down. It's also a flat-out incredible guitar, and sounds amazing.
It's got a roasted Alder body, roasted Maple neck and fingerboard, 10-14" compound radius, Modern Elliptical neck carve (.800-.850), jumbo stainless steel frets, Suhr SSV pickup in the neck, SSH Plus in the bridge, Floyd Rose tremelo, locking nut, five way switch, and push-pull parallel pot for the bridge pickup.
It's brand new, never been sold, comes with full warranty, hard-case, and is ready to go.
The retail price for this guitar is $4780. Please call us directly for extra special pricing.Learn More
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.Learn More
Here we have a 1976 Gibson ES-335TD with a factory original Burgundy Red finish. The serial number is 00 147142, which is on a decal on the back of the neck. That numbering system was only used for three years. The tuners have been changed to Schallers. The hardware is chrome. There is some pitting on the pickup covers, bridge and tailpiece. The tailpiece has been converted from trapeze to a stop tailpiece; a big improvement in tone. The pickups are "tar back" style. The pickups were used for a period of time during the 70's. The pickups themselves are encased in plastic to stop feedback. They sound really good and the pickups alone typically sell on ebay for over $200 each. It has a factory phase switch that Gibson used on the 335 models for about three years. The frets show wear, but still have life left in them. There is age appropriate nicks and dings, and wear. This guitar is structurally solid, very comfortable to play, and the overall condition is good. It sounds great and with the factory phase switch it is extremely versatile. It's a cool vintage Gibson that won't break the bank. Comes with original hard case.Learn More
The Twilighter picks up were the classic American combo amps of the past left off. With a pair of 6V6 power tubes and a GZ34 rectifier, the Twilighter offers 22 watts of clean, robust tone in a 12” speaker combo that is light yet durable. Add the tube driven reverb, tremolo, and varistor true pitch shifting vibrato and you have a new American classic that is sure to please.Learn More
$1,195.00You can tell this guitar has been well taken care of. Not only is it in good condition, it plays suprisingly well! Heres your chance to own a cool vintage guitar that still has some more life left in it! This one isn't meant to be tucked away in a closet... its meant to be played! It comes with a hardshell case as well. Learn More
Red Llama™ Overdrive
- Reissue of the first and highly coveted Way Huge pedal
- Boutique style overdrive with a small Tweed Amp style tone
- Transparent and responsive to playing dynamics
- Simple two knob operation: Volume and Drive
- Aggressive "Way Huge" style output volume-great for slamming an amp's input
- CMOS circuit for tube-like tone and dynamics
Gentlemen/women, start your engines. This pedal is so dangerous that I’m sure I’ll be getting a lot of complaint
emails that people have blown up their amps using it. So let’s just start this off by saying I WARNED YOU TO BE
CAREFUL. When using this pedal, start off slow, and monitor your amp for potential damage. Don’t have too much
fun! OK, have too much fun, but don’t blow up your amp in the process. Unless that’s what you want, of course, and
well, gosh darn it, it’s your right. Good ol’ Pete Townsend did it. Well, at least he poked his speakers out. All right, I’ll
try to stay on track here.
Ahem. The SUPER-DUPER 2-IN-1™ has two of my infamous but rather delightful Super Hard-On™ pedals in one
small box. Also, in this SUPER-DUPER 2-IN-1™ is a Master Volume control that lets you use it as an overdrive/distortion with any output volume. My my! How conventional, you say! Well, suffice to say, if it weren’t there, you’d go
deaf with both of those channels cranked up. This pedal is dangerously loud. Don’t do what I did, and lean over in
front of your speaker cabinet while turning it up. Ouch. Dang.
$329.00This effect is a natural continuation of the probe series... the fuzz factory probe, the volume control/manual tremolo probe, and now a wah. It's probably exactly what you think it is: a theremin-style antenna controlling a wah, getting brighter as your foot approaches. It has one extra feature, however. There's a Super Hard-On boost circuit in front of the wah, with a knob to set the exact level of boost for driving your wah sound. It can be turned up high enough to make the wah crack up a little for that "something's gonna blow" sound. It gets pretty darn loud! Learn More
$219.00OVERVIEW Hello, and welcome to the world of the Instant Lo-Fi Junky™. Any of you who’ve heard the sound of the Lo-Fi Loop Junky™will understand this pedal immediately... its purpose is to imitate that sound in real time. Joel Korte, the extraordinary engineer behind this new device, was able to create a combination of THAT chip compression, Belling bucketbrigades, and ultra low-current National Semiconductor op-amp filters to exquisitely copy the texture and feel of the original Lo-Fi into this new and extraordinary box, adding some new sounds that have never been heard before. Learn More
$179.00This is a five-knob fuzz using two new old-stock sixties germanium transistors. The circuit is not modeled after any classic fuzz design, but should have been around when Leary was still lucid. Although the five knobs are named for the parameters over which they seem to have the most control, please don't hold me to it. They are controls for various operating levels and biases, and basically shape you a personalized fuzz. Learn More