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  1. Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - Violet Blue Burst Wrap #6244
    $3,600.00

      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 a Pattern Regular neck profile, 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.
      The Custom 24 is the original PRS. Since its introduction, it has offered a unique tonal option for serious players and defined PRS tone and playability.

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  2. Used Collings MF5 V Mandolin F-Style Varnish Sunburst Finish
    $6,500.00

    2005 Collings MF5 V full gloss F style mandolin, with hand rubbed oil based varnish finish. Thinner than nitrocellulose lacquer, the varnish finish is more flexible and allows the wood to resonate more, significantly smoothing out the mids and highs while extending the low end considerably. The tonal qualities produced by the varnish finish are amazing, especially when compared side by side to a mandolin without it. This is Colling's fully appointed mandolin with carved Adirondack top, full Ivoroid binding, Pearl inlays, highly figured custom flamed Maple back and sides, and bound Ebony pickguard. Excellent condition, showing no fret wear. It was obviously very well taken care of by the original owner. It is absolutely beautiful, and the sound is phenomenal. This is a serious instrument for a serious player. Comes with original hardshell case.

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  3. Eastman T59/V-AMB - Semi-Hollow - Antique Amber Varnish Finish #0816
    $1,519.00

    Neck Material: Maple
    Fingerboard: Ebony
    Fingerboard Radius: 12"
    Neck Profile: Traditional Even "C"
    Nut: Bone 1 3/4"
    Fretwire: 22 Medium Jumbo Jescar 47104
    Scale Length: 24.75"
    Body Style: 16" Thinline
    Body Dimensions: 16" x 1 3/4"
    Body Top: Deluxe Maple Laminate
    Body Back/Sides: Deluxe Maple Laminate
    Truss Rod: Single Acting
    Binding: Headstock, Neck, Body,
    Binding Material: Ivoroid
    Logo: Pearl Headstock
    Inlay: Pearl Split Blocks
    Finish: Antique Varnish
    Hardware Color: Aged Nickel
    Pickguard: None
    Tailpiece: Gotoh Relic Series GE101A
    Bridge: Gotoh Relic Series GE104B
    Tuners: Gotoh Relic Series SD90
    Knobs: Amber Speed Knobs
    Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Antiquity
    Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Antiquity
    Pickup Height: 3/32" bass side, 3/32" Treble Side
    Pickup Frame: Black Plastic
    3 Way Switch: Switchcraft
    Switch Tip: Amber Switchcraft
    Capacitors: 0.022μF
    Potentiometers: 500K AudioTaper
    Output Jack: Switchcraft
    Strings: D’Addario NYXL .010 - .046
    Case: Hardshell Case

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  4. USED C-Fox C-Sonoma - Cedar/Indian Rosewood
    $1,495.00

    C-Fox Sonoma series hand built all solid wood concert size guitar with cedar and Indian Rosewood. Charles Fox, founder of the American School of Lutherie, is one of the finest guitar builders in the world. He built guitars under the C Fox brand for a short period in the late 90's and early 2000's. Now he only builds custom guitars that are extremely expensive, and built in very small quantities. This guitar is no case-queen. It was owned, loved, and toured with by a pro musician and it shows. There are nicks, dings, scratches, finish checks, and a stable top crack (the guitar is priced accordingly). Why was this guitar picked up and bought by a pro? Because it sounds amazing. It's an incredibly responsive instrument. Well balanced in all registers. The bass response is big and punchy. Trebles sparkle and resonate for long periods. Midrange is projective and clear. It has huge punch and does not clip even with hard flatpicking. String clarity and separation are immediately noticed. The guitar is not as loud as a dreadnought but close. It has opened up beautifully and sounds very mature. Beautiful design, gorgeous woods, unique looks, and top self parts are combined in this guitar for an incredible instrument.

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  5. Ernie Ball Music Man BFR StingRay 5 - One-of-91 - Giants Orange #5590
    $3,499.00

    Limited to just 91 pieces worldwide! This special edition Stingray 5 features a lightweight ash body with a highly figured quilted maple top. The smooth satin figured roasted maple neck with rosewood fingerboard is accented with pearlescent white block position markers and hand fitted white binding. Equipped with dual alnico humbucking pickups, 3-band EQ and 5-way switch, this bass delivers all of the familiar Stingray punch along with a variety of coil voicing options. Contrary to most other SR5 basses the traditional large pickguard has been removed, in this case, to showcase the exquisite quilted top. Other key features include all black hardware and Schaller tuners. Limited to 91 pieces worldwide.

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  6. 1986 G&L Broadcaster serial #00002
    $37,500.00

    Every now and then a guitar comes along that has so much documented history, it reads like a great book. This guitar can be traced back to it's inception. We have a 1986 G&L Broadcaster serial #BC00002. Check that out. Number 2! Here's the story: This guitar was purchased from Kenneth Hyatt, son of the late Dale L. Hyatt. Dale Hyatt was one the original partners of G&L, along with Leo Fender and George Fullerton. The entire saga is written up by My Hyatt's son in a several-page letter that will be included with the guitar. The history is eloquently written and quite fascinating; detailing the history of G&L. I'll give a brief synopsis: Dale Hyatt had worked with Leo Fender for years, back in the Fender days and again, with G&L. When George Fullerton left, Dale Hyatt took over the day to day management of the factory. Mr Hyatt had a keen sense of history and kept the first serial number plates, 00001 to 00059 for special models. In 1986 this guitar was built for Dale Hyatt using the early serial plate and it is signed by Leo Fender.

    This guitar is in mint condition. It has never been played and still has the protective plastic covering on the pickguard. We also have the original shipping box! The "black on black" design again was Dale Hyatt's idea. This instrument is not only historically significant, it's a fantastic guitar.

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  7. Taylor Grand Pacific 717e Builder's Edition - Torrefied Sitka/Indian Rosewood - Wild Honey Burst #9073
    $3,199.00

    A Wild Honey Burst top and low-sheen finish heighten the old-soul aesthetic appeal of this Builder’s Edition Grand Pacific, which builds on a long tradition of rosewood/spruce dreadnoughts but breaks new ground with an entirely new Taylor sound. The round-shoulder dreadnought shape, featuring Taylor’s award-winning V-Class bracing, produces warm, seasoned acoustic tone in which individual notes overlap and blend smoothly together, while the low-end power common among dreadnoughts boasts greater clarity here. V-Class brings extra punch and sustain, along with improved intonation and musicality across the entire frequency spectrum. Together with rosewood’s harmonic complexity and the played-in sound of the torrefied spruce top, players can expect rich, luxurious tonal character from top to bottom. It’s a voice comfortably rooted in a traditional sound, yet updated to offer more expressive musical range. As a Builder’s Edition model, the 717 also sports an array of premium, player-friendly features: chamfered body edges, rolled fretboard edges, and a new compound-carve neck profile, whose contours match the natural adjustments in the player’s hand position when moving up and down the fretboard. Even the bridge design was refined to add a more ergonomic feel for the player’s pick hand. Elegantly understated appointments include mother-of-pearl Arrowhead fretboard and peghead inlays, with sapele binding. It all adds up to a Taylor like you’ve never seen, heard or felt before.

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  8. Taylor Grand Pacific 517e Builder's Edition - Torrefied Sitka/Mahogany #9081
    $2,899.00

    Among the first generation of our Grand Pacific dreadnought guitars, the mahogany/torrefied spruce Builder’s Edition 517e dramatically expands the Taylor line’s sonic palette with a new flavor of acoustic tone that may surprise players who think they know the Taylor sound. An exciting new entry into the dreadnought category, this round-shoulder Grand Pacific resonates with a finely-honed balance of low-end power and clarity across the middle and upper registers, producing warm, rounded tone in which notes blend seamlessly together to create a seasoned sound. Back and sides of neo-tropical mahogany flavor the sound with dry, woody character, coupling beautifully with the dynamic response of the torrefied Sitka spruce top. The Builder’s Edition stamp means that the 517e is detailed with premium features designed to maximize player comfort, including chamfered body edges and a new compound-carve neck profile that compensates for the change in your hand position as you move along the neck. Subtly contoured fretboard edges and a rounded, ridgeless heel add to the guitar’s pleasing fretting-hand feel, while a refined bridge shape brings extra comfort to your pick hand. Under the hood, V-Class bracing enables the guitar to pump out stunning projection and sustain, plus nearly perfect intonation, which means you won’t have to contend with sour notes on the fretboard. And with our proprietary onboard ES2 electronics, the guitar’s many tonal virtues will shine for amplified applications. Between its sound and feel, the Builder’s Edition 517e once again raises the bar on the Taylor playing experience.

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  9. Taylor Grand Pacific 517e Builder's Edition - Torrefied Sitka/Mahogany - Wild Honey Burst #9100
    $2,999.00

    A gorgeous Wild Honey Burst, together with an artfully muted Silent Satin finish conjure the warm aesthetic of an older guitar on this version of our mahogany/torrefied spruce Builder’s Edition 517e. Among the first generation of Grand Pacific guitars, this flattop pairs a refined feel with a new flavor of acoustic tone that may surprise players who think they know the Taylor sound. An exciting new entry into the dreadnought category, this round-shoulder Grand Pacific resonates with a finely-honed balance of low-end power and clarity across the middle and upper registers, producing warm, rounded tone in which notes blend seamlessly together to create a seasoned sound. Back and sides of neo-tropical mahogany flavor the sound with dry, woody character, coupling beautifully with the dynamic response of the torrefied Sitka spruce top. The Builder’s Edition stamp means that the 517e is detailed with premium features designed to maximize player comfort, including chamfered body edges and a new compound-carve neck profile that compensates for the change in your hand position as you move along the neck. Subtly contoured fretboard edges and a rounded, ridgeless heel add to the guitar’s pleasing fretting-hand feel, while our refined Curve Wing bridge shape brings extra comfort to your pick hand. Under the hood, V-Class bracing enables the guitar to pump out stunning projection and sustain, plus nearly perfect intonation, which means you won’t have to worry about sour notes on the fretboard. And with our proprietary onboard ES2 electronics, the guitar’s many tonal virtues will shine for amplified applications. Between its sound and feel, the Builder’s Edition 517 once again raises the bar on the Taylor playing experience.

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  10. Taylor 317e Grand Pacific - V-Class Bracing - Sitka/Sapele #9004
    $1,899.00

    The Grand Pacific 317e, featuring Taylor's new round-shoulder dreadnought body voiced with their award-winning V-Class bracing, helps usher in a whole new Taylor sound. Notes blend smoothly together to produce a warm and seasoned acoustic voice with clear low-end power. Built with solid sapele back and sides and a solid Sitka spruce top, the guitar’s tonal response sits comfortably between the dry, focused character of mahogany and the harmonically complex sound of rosewood. The body’s wider waist helps produce a strong bass response, but without the woofiness that can sometimes plague bigger-body guitars. That low-end clarity blends evenly with the guitar’s mids and highs, yielding a rich, dynamic tone with notes that overlap into a seamless whole. V-Class bracing, tailored for the Grand Pacific body, dials up the power and sustain, along with improved intonation, making this a versatile tool for jamming with other musicians, playing alongside a vocalist, or embarking on solo adventures. This edition comes equipped with onboard ES2 electronics, and thanks to the clarity of the low-end frequencies, the guitar will be less inclined to feed back in amplified settings, making it a reliable partner for plugged-in applications. Whatever your musical calling, the Grand Pacific 317e will make an inspiring companion.

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  11. SUHR CLASSIC T - Trans Butterscotch #0J3P
    $2,799.00

    The new Classic T features a 60's C vintage standard neck profile. The Classic T retains many of the original specifications of the Classic T Pro including the SSCII hum canceling system and stainless steel frets. The Wilkinson compensated 3-saddle bridge provides classic 3-saddle tone with superior intonation.

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  12. Vintage 1967 Fender Dual Showman Drip Edge Silverface Amp
    $895.00

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


      Up for sale is a cool and somewhat rare 1968 Fender "Drip Edge" Dual Showman Amp head. Serial number A13754. This was most recently 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". It was mostly used to power their two A-7 PA speakers that Jimmy sang through! It has "Target" stenciled on the top. It puts out roughly 85 watts with a set of vintage RCA 6L6 power tubes, nice vibrato, and clean headroom for days. Overall in very good to excellent condition, and sounds and functions great. The transformers are original. Output transformer coded 606816, dating it to 1968. Sweet vintage Fender!

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