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  1. USED 1950 Gibson ES-175N Natural
    $5,500.00

    What is cooler than a 1950 Gibson ES-175? How about a Blonde Gibson ES-175? Now we're talking! We have a lovely Gibson ES-175N from 1950. Serial number A-9824. The finish is original and the guitar is very clean. There is light lacquer checking looks great and has that vintage patina. The ES-175 is a jazz guitarist's staple, just ask Joe Pass. The tuners are replacement Gibson tuners from the 1970's. The tailpiece has been changed. The pots are changed but we have the original wiring harness and it comes with the guitar (the date codes on the pots are from 1950). The case is a Gibson case from 1970's that needs a handle. At some point an excellent refret was done, and these frets are in great shape. Electronics work perfectly. It is professionally set up and ready to play right out of the box. It's a good investment, they aren't many this clean around, and it is a great playing and sounding guitar.

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  2. USED 1973 Gretsch 7660 Chet Atkins Nashville
    $2,395.00

    This is a nice guitar, kind of rare too. We have a Gretsch 7660 Chet Atkins Nashville made in 1973. It features a Bigsby tailpiece, open F-holes, two black top filtertron pickups, Burns gearbox for truss rod adjustment, and Van Zandt tuners. This was made in the USA and is one of the early Baldwin made instruments. It is very clean and nice. The overall condition is excellent. There is some wear on the gold hardware. The frets are fine. It comes in a 1960's Gretsch hard case. I love the neck, with a 1-11/16" nut width and very comfortable slim "C" shape profile. This is a chance to own a vintage, USA made Gretsch without breaking the bank.

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  3. USED 1970 Fender Telecaster Blonde
    $4,800.00

    Immortality, that's what humans have longed for since the beginning of time. Y. Sandoval has achieved immortality in a weird way. Who is this person? Well, we don't know much, but he or she worked for Fender in 1969, 1970, and perhaps longer. This person took pride in their work because the 1970 Fender Telecaster we have has a rubber stamp ink marker, "Wired By Y. Sandoval" stamped under pickguard. How cool is that? I've seen a 69 tele that has the same stamp. I love that. Here you are working a job, it's a paycheck, then almost 50 years later somebody calls you and says, "You did an excellent job wiring the Fender Telecaster I just got." That would have to make to you feel great. Here we have a 1970 Fender Telecaster. It's all original with a maple fingerboard. The pickguard is original with the pearloid pattern on one side. The pots are dated 1966 which is correct. There is some cosmetic wear: a scrape down to the wood on one side, various nicks and dings. Overall, it's clean, especially considering the age. The frets are fine. It plays great, and sounds fantastic. Thanks to the excellent wiring job by Y. Sandoval, the electronics work perfectly. This is a great Telecaster and comes with original hard case. With any luck you might hook up with Y. Sandoval and have a drink, and talk about your guitar.

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  4. Taylor K14ce Builder's Edition - V-Class Bracing - Torrefied Sitka/Hawaiian Koa
    $4,999.00

    This stunning Grand Auditorium from Taylor's new Builder’s Edition collection features Hawaiian koa back and sides paired with a torrefied Sitka spruce top. The guitar was inspired by their groundbreaking V-Class bracing, which boosts the volume evenly across the tonal spectrum, increases the sustain, and improves the natural intonation of the guitar by creating a more orderly response from the soundboard. The result is a more harmonious relationship between the notes you play, helping chords sing with cohesive beauty. Another design emphasis of Builder’s Edition is enhanced playing comfort in the form of ergonomic new body contours. Details include a beveled armrest, beveled body edge treatment, and a reshaped cutaway that flows smoothly into the heel and incorporates a finger bevel where the cutaway meets the soundboard. This creates a more fluid path to the guitar’s upper-register notes for your fretting hand. Other refined touches include “silent” satin finish, which helps quiet the incidental noise against the guitar body, and a gorgeous new Kona burst that highlights the natural beauty of the figured koa back and sides. Inset koa/paua top and back trim adds a beautiful sparkle that complements the new Spring Vine fretboard inlay. In every way, this K14ce acoustic guitar embodies the ultimate player’s guitar and testifies to the benefits of innovative craftsmanship.

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  5. Taylor 314ce - V-class Bracing - Sitka/Sapele
    $1,999.00

    Taylor's popular Grand Auditorium 314ce is an acoustic workhorse that performs equally well in the practice room, recording studio, and on stage. This latest edition features their acclaimed V-Class bracing, a revolutionary innovation in acoustic sound that responds with greater musicality and harmonic agreement. By introducing a more orderly vibration to the guitar’s top, V-Class bolsters the sustain and volume to offer players a more dynamic voice to explore, while also resolving the minor intonation issues that players have long had to contend with. Together with a solid Sitka spruce top and solid sapele back and sides, you can expect a balanced and articulate blend of top-end brightness, midrange fullness, and low-end warmth that accommodates an array of playing styles. Appointments include black binding, Gemstone fretboard/peghead inlays in Italian acrylic, and satin-finish back and sides with a gloss top. A Venetian cutaway invites your fretting hand up the neck, while their proprietary ES2 electronics serve up faithful plugged-in tone. The guitar ships in a deluxe hardshell case.

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  6. Suhr Modern Plus Curly Aqua Blue Gradient 2018 Limited Run
    $3,285.00

    One of a limited Edition of 200! The Limited Edition Modern Plus Curly features a beautiful Curly Maple top. This Gradient finish was previously only available on custom guitar orders. Suhr is especially excited about the variety of figuring patterns they see in the Curly Maple tops that were selected for this series. The sleek elliptical neck profile, balanced asymmetrical body, and innovative neck heel make the Suhr Modern an instrument without rival when it comes to performance and playability.

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  7. USED Gibson 2002 J-160E Sunburst
    $2,095.00

    "Our Jumbos". That's what George Harrison and John Lennon called their Gibson J-160E models. They were among the first acoustic/electric guitars, and really those guitars are an integral part of the classic Beatles sound. This Gibson J-160E Sunburst was made in 2002. It is super nice, and in near mint condition. The frets are perfect, the action is good, it sounds great. It is everything you want in a Gibson J-160E. Lot's of English bands used these, Peter and Gordon, Chad and Jeremy, The Hollies, etc. Now this is something most people don't know: the great Travis Wammack had one. Travis was one the coolest guitar players to come out of Memphis. Check out his early recordings. Also, this was made in the Bozeman, MT factory. The Bozeman factory produced some the best acoustics Gibson has made in the last twenty years. Comes with original hard case.

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  8. ERNIE BALL MUSIC MAN BFR JAMES VALENTINE – Vintage Sunburst #6060
    $2,399.00

    This Ball Family Reserve James Valentine signature guitar comes with a slab ash body in Vintage three tone sunburst. The highly figured oil and wax rubbed satin roasted flame maple neck is outfitted with 1/4" white dots, and hand fitted white binding which adds to the overall exquisite look. Limited in quantity to 46 pieces, each guitar comes with a back cavity cover autographed by James Valentine, a numbered certificate of authenticity, and ships in an SKB hardshell case. This guitar is #2 of 40 worldwide.

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  9. Larrivee Limited Edition OM-40 Summer Sunset Special

    Regular Price: $2,648.00

    Special Price $1,986.00

    Part of a limited run of "Summer Sunset Specials". This special run features a beautiful vintage edge burst on the soundboard with a translucent vintage brown on the back and sides. The single piece neck is natural mahogany. Jean Larrivee has also signed the label of this guitar which adds a nice personalized touch.

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  10. USED Vintage 1965 Gibson J-50 ADJ
    $3,250.00

    1965 was a great year. The average cost of a new house was $13,600. Gas cost 31 cents a gallon. Pink Floyd was formed. The Rolling Stones released Vol.2, their second UK album. It was a great year for music, and a great year for the guitar too. 1963, 64 and 65 are my favorite years for Gibson acoustics. I love the necks, with a comfortable medium "C" profile and a great taper. I'm also a fan of the ceramic bridge saddle. The sound is amazing. Listen to the early Stones records, you will hear what I mean. We have a beautiful 1965 Gibson J-50 Adj. It's a super clean, one owner instrument. It has very light wear, like it was played a year, then put up. The natural finish shows very light lacquer checking. 1-11/16" nut width. The frets are fine with plenty of life in them. No repairs or modifications. It has no issues or problems. It's featherweight and sounds fantastic. This is a collector's grade instrument, there aren't that many this nice around. One of the best I've seen. Comes with original hardshell case.

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  11. USED Vintage 1966 Gibson Melody Maker Cardinal Red
    $1,695.00

    OK, I realize I am a bit sluggish on certain things. It just dawned on that Gibson's Cardinal Red finish is named after the bird. I don't know why it took so long for that to click. Here we have a 1966 Gibson Melody Maker with the original Cardinal Red finish. It is all original with one pickup and tremelo. It's a cool guitar with great patina. Theres natural lacquer checking on the body. The neck feels great. The frets are fine and the electronics work perfectly. It has the old style knobs, black with a chrome insert. This is a cool, vintage Gibson. It's nice and clean with a pretty rare finish. It comes with a Gretsch Corvette soft case that fits it just fine.

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  12. PRS 509 Rare Charcoal Purple Burst 10-Top w/ Custom Options #8476
    $4,390.00

    This 509 should have left PRS as a Wood Library Special Run model but somehow did not. It has a spectacular flamed maple 10-top finished in a rare custom color - Charcoal Purple Burst, with a combination gold and nickel hardware. To top it off, this guitar has an Ebony fingerboard, Ebony headstock overlay, and Pau Shell Artist Grade original style Birds inlays. All these are options normally only available on a Wood Library guitar.

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