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Regular Price: $5,098.00
Special Price $3,999.00
This deluxe-edition 814ce takes a best-selling Taylor model to even greater heights. The 814ce’s evergreen appeal comes from its impressive musical versatility, along with recent internal voicing upgrades that boost the warmth and produce a richer low-end response. The 814ce Deluxe sports a trio of additional premium enhancements: Adirondack spruce bracing that turbo-charges the tonal output; a beautifully rounded rosewood radius armrest for adding playing comfort; and Gotoh 510 tuners, which feature a 21:1 gear ratio for an ultra-smooth tuning experience. This is a fantastic choice for a discerning player looking for a high-performance guitar that can cover a mix of strumming, flatpicking and fingerstyle. Premium details include maple binding and back strip, rosewood top edge trim, a rosewood pickguard, Taylor’s Element fretboard inlay in mother-of-pearl, a smoky ebony fretboard, and Expression System 2 acoustic electronics. The guitar features a Venetian cutaway and includes a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Learn More
Poor owners of 1965 or 1968 Gibson instruments. They never really know if it's a 1965 or a 1968 because duplicated serial numbers in 1965 and 1968. One has to wonder if someone did that just to mess with folks in the future. Maybe a disgruntled employee, angry at the world, and determined to destroy future generation's dreams, dashes them against the rocks of time. Or maybe they just ran out of numbers. Who knows? This fine instrument, a Gibson A-50 mandolin, has one of those numbers. I think it's a 1968 based on the case, which would have had yellow lining in 1965. It is the original case, with the original key. Square with green lining. It looks like a late 60's case. Also, the bracket on the pickguard is chrome. In 1965 it would have been nickel. And, it has "Union Made" on the red label. So, my educated guess is 1968, but it could possibly be 1965. Regardless of the year, it's a great, great mandolin, just as clean as can be. I hesitate to use the word mint in describing a 50 year old instrument, so let's call this excellent plus. I mean, it's super clean. It plays great, the action is fine, the frets are perfect, and it has a lovely, quilted maple back. It sounds magnificent. It has the original, double line Kluson tuners. It's a great mandolin, one of the nicest I've seen.Learn More
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Up for sale is a Mesa Boogie Mark III loaded with every option - Simul-class power, heavy duty Electro Voice EVM 12L 12" speaker, Reverb, and EQ. This is the final version of the Mark III, Circa 1989. 100 watts. All tube. Three channels - clean, rhythm, and lead. It was identical to the Blue Stripe, except for the wiring of the Class A power amp tubes, which were switched to Pentode operation instead of Triode for a 10w RMS increase over previous Simul-Class amplifiers (15w/75w) making 25w/85w. In gently-used but excellent condition. Everything works as it should. Awesome clean and overdriven tones. With the graphic EQ, tone controls, push pull knobs, and back controls, you have tons of control and can get an amazing amount of tonal options. This amp has a dual footswitch system: one footswitch alternates between the rhythm mode and the lead mode, and the other selects either the clean rhythm mode or the crunch rhythm mode. The two rhythm modes share all of their controls, while the lead mode only shares the rhythm mode's tone stack, featuring independent gain and master volume controls.Learn More
Loaded with an Electro-Voice EVM12L 12" speaker which is regarded by many pros as the worlds greatest speaker. This speaker by itself sells new for $270
This is a very compact, very powerful, beautiful sounding amp.
Amazing sounding vintage Marshall Super Lead 100 head and matching 4x12 cabinet. Both made in 1971. This was previously owned by the guitarist from the legendary Memphis band, Target. Target had a large Mid-South regional fan base in the early 1970's and opened for Black Sabbath, Boston, and Kiss. Their lead singer, Jimi Jamison, went on to become the front man for Survivor and sang on a bunch of their hits; "I Can't Hold Back", High On You", "The Search Is Over", and "Burning Heart".
The amp has been completely gone through and serviced: new F&T filter caps installed; three new Tung-Sol 12AX7 preamp tubes; new EL-34 power tubes; cleaned contact points to ensure good grounds; preamp circuit returned to '71 circuit; replaced output sockets with Beltons; new Carling switches installed; output transformer transformer wire splices redone to NASA standards, insulated, and secured beneath board; new grounded cable installed, fuse wire to code, unnecessary polarity circuit removed; 3000V diodes to prevent flyback damage; 1R resistors for checking individual output current draw (Yes, I know this is not how Marshall did it originally. This is better); Output jacks put back in, but new wire (The old thin stuff was bent and slightly corroded...not something I'd trust this output transformer to); all new 18AWG buss wire with good solder joints.
The matching 4x12 cabinet has the original greenback Celestion G-12M 25 watt speakers.Learn More
This Custom 24 has been upgraded with a 10-Top, Mash Green finish (normally reserved only for Artist Package guitars), Artist Grade flamed maple neck, and Artist Grade flamed maple fingerboard and headstock veneer. Also features a Pattern Thin neck profile.
The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar. This iconic instrument was the first model that Paul Reed Smith brought to the public at PRS Guitars’ first Winter NAMM show in 1985 and has been a top seller ever since. Played by internationally touring artists, gigging musicians, and aspiring players, the Custom 24 features PRS’s patented Gen III tremolo system and PRS 85/15 pickups with volume and tone controls and a 5-way blade switch. 85/15 pickups were personally designed by Paul Reed Smith to offer remarkable clarity and extended high and low end.Learn More
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Model: ASAT Classic ThinlineLearn More
Body: Swamp Ash
Body Finish: Belair Green
Bridge: Boxed Steel w/ 6 Saddles
Neck Profile: Modern Classic (.820"-.870")
Nut Width: 1 11/16"
Neck Wood: Hard-rock Maple
Neck Finish: Satin Light Tint
Frets: Medium Jumbo
Inlay: Black Face Dots
Controls: 3-Way, Volume, Tone
Neck Pickup: G&L MFD ASAT Classic Single Coil
Bridge Pickup: G&L MFD ASAT Classic Single Coil
Tuners: G&L Standard
Case: Deluxe Black Tolex
Wow, do we have a special Stratocaster for you. One of the coolest Strats we've seen. We are proud to offer a 2007 Custom Shop 1960 Fender Reissue Stratocaster Closet Classic NAMM Show Limited Edition. It has a Sea Foam Green - Closet Classic finish, slab fingerboard, and (this part is so cool) it has a competition stripe like the 1960's Fender Mustangs. The competition stripe is Olympic White and looks so awesome...so cool that it makes me wonder why Fender didn't do this in the 60's. Remember Bill Wyman playing the Competion Stripe Mustang Bass? Well, you might not remember, but I do. I was there. Competition Stripes were so cool on Ford Mustangs, and just as cool on Fender Mustangs. The back plate is engraved, Limited Edition NAMM 2007. It's in perfect condition, shows no wear, the frets are perfect. The neck is straight and true. The neck has a medium "C" shaped profile, a 9.5" radius, and feels great. It sounds great: big, fat, Strat tone. This guitar has the best vibe, looks, feel, and tone. It's collectible now and you rarely see these come up for sale... grab it while you can. Comes with original case and all the original case candy, tags, strap, cable, certificate, the whole shebang.Learn More
A very cool new model from John Suhr. Dual-humbuckers (Thornbuckers), a very thinline-esque body and f-hole, "chopped" 3-saddle bridge, stainless steel frets, 9-12" compound radius fingerboard, and locking tuners. All the specs and refinements you expect from a Pro Series Suhr.Learn More
This 2014 St Blues Blindsider in Fiesta Red is in excellent condition! There's a small scatch on the back. The neck is straight and the frets are mint! The electronics work without any issues. It has perfect action and it plays extremly well! A nice hardshell case is included and its in mint condition. This guitar was made right here in Memphis, TN. It oozes that Memphis mojo!Learn More
Designed to complement the new AC15CH & AC30CH heads, the V212C delivers the classic VOX sound through two trusty Celestion G12M Greenback speakers. The V212C is also a great addition to the AC30 Custom combo when you need more volume and stage presence.Learn More
$1,629.00 Click for priceThere may never have been an amp boasting such a lofty and pure sound in the entire history of VOX. The VOX Hand-Wired Series relies on the painstaking technique of turret board hand-wiring – a method requiring a high level of skill and craftsmanship – is used, resulting in wiring that's beautiful in its artistry, ensuring an efficient signal path with minimal loss and no restriction in amplitude. In the Hand-Wired Series, tubes, transformers, speakers, chassis, and custom parts all join together in an ideal state to deliver the richest and most powerful sonic experience – the ultimate amp. Not bound by tradition, the VOX Hand-Wired Series also provides a variety of new functions that keep pace with the needs of today's artists. Offering a rich variety of tonal shadings and a broad model lineup, the enormous potential of the VOX Hand-Wired Series will reveal itself in any musical scenario. Learn More
When Suhr's customers asked for an instrument with all the tone and playability of our Classic Antique, without the antiquing - they listened. The Classic Pro marries vintage design with modern improvements resulting in an instrument that is capable of producing iconic tones while retaining the build quality, features and playability you've come to expect from Suhr.
Each Classic Pro is equipped with Suhr's Even C Medium neck profile. Rolled edges and a 9-12” compound fingerboard radius offers a substantial, yet comfortable shape.
Every Classic Pro includes medium stainless steel frets, which offers silky smooth bending and long-lasting playability. Utilizing the PLEK process on each instrument guarantees the best possible string action, ensures optimized playability and eliminates intonation problems.Learn More