Search results for 'Fender American vintage'

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  1. Vintage 1971 Marshall 50 watt Tremolo 4x10 "Bluesbreaker" Model 1961
    $7,000.00

    Please note, we no longer ship vintage amps. They are local pickup only. Give the store a call for more information 901-729-2466.

    We are offering a 1971 Marshall model 1961 "Bluesbreaker" 4x10 combo, 50 watts with tremolo. This amp is super rare and super cool. The condition is very good. The grill looks great, with a few scuffs. The speakers are original with an offset 4x10 configuration. The tolex is fine and looks good. It works great, and it really sounds amazing. Eric Clapton used a four 10" model in the earliest days of John Mayall. A must have for the Marshall enthusiast!

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  2. Vintage 1973 Marshall JMP Artiste 2040 2x12 Combo
    $2,950.00

    Please note, we no longer ship vintage amps. They are local pickup only. Give the store a call for more information 901-729-2466.

    Vintage 1973 Marshall JMP 2040 Artiste model. Artistes were produced from 1971-1978 and are not common, especially the early hand-wired models. This has the more sought-after hand-wired point-to-point board: it's a relatively simple job to convert this to a Plexi-style circuit. As a result, these rare amps are getting even more rare and sought after. This compact 2x12 combo amp has two channels with two inputs per channel. Each channel has separate bass, treble, and volume controls, channel one having spring reverb. Presence controls governs both channels. They're not a typical Marshall and is more Fender in sound; almost like a Dual Showman on steroids, but with huge amounts of grunt and great break-up. Cabinet is fitted with original 2x12" Celestion G12H Greenback 16ohm speakers. This amp has seen some action and has tons of Mojo. Has scuffs and damage to the tolex and and there's minor damage to the speaker cloth, but none of this affects the amp's performance, which is awesome.

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  3. Paul Reed Smith Paisley 2x12 Closed Back Extension Cab
    $750.00

    Please note, we no longer ship vintage amps. They are local pickup only. Give the store a call for more information 901-729-2466.

      Here's a PRS 2 x12 Speaker Cabinet in near mint condition. It looks and sounds great. These are kinda rare!
    This cab sounds amazing and matches the PRS Dallas, Sewell, 25th Anniversary Amplifier heads, and many other PRS Amplifiers with this Signature Style Paisley.

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  4. Paul Reed Smith Original Sewell 50 Watt Paisley Amp Head
    $1,995.00

      Please note, we no longer ship vintage amps. They are local pickup only. Give the store a call for more information 901-729-2466.

      Here's a rare Paisley version of the Paul Reed Smith Original Sewell 50 Tube Guitar Amplifier head. In mint condition. Everything works perfectly.
    Description:
      The Sewell 50 watt guitar head delivers sweet highs and tight lows that surround a warm midrange. The controls on this head allow you to craft your tone for complete expressiveness. Notes bloom and sustain with rich harmonics, enhancing your fundamental notes. The Sewell 50 head has volume, treble, bass/boost and master volume for controls and feature two EL34 power tubes.
      The Sewell 50 Head is hand wired utilizing military spec tag boards and the finest components available. All pots, jacks, power tube sockets and switches are chassis mounted, plus shielded wire is utilized where critical. Additional features are two EL34 power tubes, fixed bias, volume, bass & treble controls, master volume & bright switch, 50 watts, Cinemag output transformer.

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  5. Paul Reed Smith SE Standard 24 - Vintage Cherry #6812
    $499.00

      Perfect as a first guitar or the last guitar you'll ever need, the PRS SE Standard 24 faithfully recreates the foundational design of the Custom 24, PRS's flagship model, with all-mahogany body construction. This guitar features classic PRS appointments, including a 24-fret maple neck, rosewood fretboard with bird inlays, 85/15 "S" pickups, and the PRS patented molded tremolo, resulting in a guitar that handles well and sounds as good plugged straight into an amp as it does run through a pedal board.
      The SE Standard 24 is a modern instrument with a powerful voice for players who demand a rock-solid, reliable guitar.

      "With so many aspiring players struggling to stick with guitar past the first year, we knew we wanted to deliver an affordable quality guitar that players didn’t have to fight. We want the guitar to inspire you to play; it can’t be something you have to worry about staying in tune or simply working right. So while the [SE] Standards are our first foray into the below $500 price point, that doesn’t mean we compromised on tone, versatility, playability, or reliability," said Jack Higginbotham, COO, PRS Guitars. "We're very proud to offer these guitars to the world."

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  6. Taylor 224ce-K DLX - Hawaiian Koa - 9467
    $1,599.00

    Fans of Hawaiian koa will love the look, feel and sound of this all-koa Grand Auditorium. A shaded edgeburst elevates the vintage appeal of the solid koa top, which is paired with layered koa back and sides, while a gloss finish wraps the body in a rich sheen. The Grand Auditorium’s musical versatility makes this a great all-purpose guitar for both strumming and fingerpicking, and the hardwood koa top will even out a lively attack to produce a focused, linear voice. Player-friendly modern features include a cutaway and Taylor’s ES2 acoustic electronics. Among the distinctive appointments are a single-ring faux pearl rosette in an interlocking “fishbone” pattern, black binding, Italian acrylic small diamond inlays, and chrome tuners. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.

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  7. Paul Reed Smith McCarty 594 Semi-Hollow - 10-Top - Copperhead Burst #8904
    $4,400.00

      This PRS Semi-Hollow McCarty 594 Copperhead Burst features a highly figured, flamed maple 10 top, Pattern Vintage neck carve, 58/15 LT (Low Turn) pickups to deliver vintage hum bucking and single coil tones, push/pull coil taps on the tone controls, and updated Phase III locking tuners that transfer more energy to the headstock. The guitar's f-hole and semi-hollow body give the instrument a breathy tone and rich resonance.
      The electronics layout, a few key specifications, and PRS craftsmanship combine in the McCarty 594 to create an instrument that plays in tune, is intonated the entire length of the neck, and feels like a guitar that you’ve been playing forever.

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  8. Mesa/Boogie California Tweed 1x12 Combo - Cream Bronco/Cream-Tan Weave Jute Grille
    $1,899.00

      In the twilight of the 1960s, SF Bay Area amp repairman to the Stars, Randall Smith, was inspired to start building his own amplifiers after coming to a deep appreciation for the '50s Tweed circuits developed by Leo Fender. He loved their organic sounding voice, powerful controls and the way they smoothly transitioned from clean to clip and back again.
      Standing on the shoulders of a giant, Smith’s (and the World’s) first venture into boutique guitar amplification resulted in a new Boogie amp design inspired by that wonderful, timeless sounding preamp. Five Decades later we return to pay homage. Now, drawing on these 50 years of experience, we bring forward an exciting new realm of tweed-based performance and authentic 6V6 character. A beautifully simplistic design that raises the bar in the world of vintage tone. The NEW CALIFORNIA TWEED

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  9. Paul Reed Smith McCarty Singlecut 594 - Faded Whale Blue - Ebony FIngerboard #6240
    $3,700.00

    SC594 in Faded Whle Blue with an ebony fingerboard.  The McCarty family of guitars are born from passion and precision: built passionately to embody vintage tone while utilizing the precision of PRS's modern manufacturing techniques. The McCarty Singlecut 594 joins that tradition with a familiar feel and warm, vintage tone. Meticulously spec'd with a 24.594” scale length, Pattern Vintage neck carve, 58/15 LT pickups, tweaked Phase III locking tuners with modified collars and set screws, and a two-piece zinc bridge, the McCarty Singlecut 594 gives musicians the keys to the esteemed tones of vintage guitars in an instrument that won't fail them.

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  10. Paul Reed Smith SE Paul's Guitar - Amber #7239
    $999.00

      "The SE Paul’s Guitar is a great example of design, engineering, and teamwork. It’s as close to home as we could get inside of the SE Series, and I am very proud of it," Paul Reed Smith.
      The SE Paul's Guitar delivers a lot of "PRS," starting with tone and versatility. The TCI "S" treble and bass pickups deliver a very pure, vintage sound. The SE Paul's Guitar also features two mini-toggle switches between the volume and tone knobs. This setup allows players to put either or both pickups in true single coil mode, which delivers the clarity and uniqueness of vintage single-coil tones in both single coil and humbucking positions. This is the first model to offer this style of electronics outside of the Private Stock and Core lines.
      "The Paul's Guitar, like the Modern Eagle before it, has always been about Paul's latest discoveries in guitar making. To bring this guitar into the SE Series, we knew the tone, functionality, and playability had to be right and had to be consistent," said Jack Higginbotham, COO, PRS Guitars. "We feel this guitar offers a lot of value to players."

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  11. Suhr Classic "S" - Vintage Yellow #9J9H
    $2,799.00

    The new Classic S features a new 60’s C vintage standard neck profile with indian rosewood or maple fingerboard and V60LP single coils. The Classic S retains many of the original specifications of the Classic Pro including the SSCII hum cancelling system and stainless steel frets. Proprietary Suhr locking tuners and the Gotoh 510 tremolo provides superior tuning stability.

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  12. USED Gibson 1979 GK-55 Tobacco Sunburst
    $750.00

    Here's a cool, rare, and affordable vintage Gibson. Gibson in the mid seventies was floundering a bit, sales were slow, imports were taking a large chunk of their business. Somebody there decided it was time make a more affordable guitar in the USA. It wasn't around long, just two years from 1979 to 1980, and they really are quite scarce. It was a cool idea with a bolt on three piece mahogany neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard and solid mahogany body. The pickups are the original Dirty Fingers, and the wiring features the stock rotary coil-split. The bridge and control knobs are replacements. It shows some wear, nothing major. The frets are good, showing a bit of wear but still play well. Here's the really cool thing: it sounds great, a real screamer. Comes with Gibson gig bag.

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