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The S2 Standard 24 Satin is a new approach to a timeless classic. The original PRS Standard, introduced in 1987 evolved from Paul Smith’s pre-factory all-mahogany guitars. The S2 Standard 24 Satin takes that classic platform and reimagines it for the modern player. While the sleek satin finish and pickguard-mounted electronics will have you looking good, our 85/15 “S” pickups will have you covered sonically. On stage or in the studio, the resonance of the all-mahogany satin body will shine through your amp or pedalboard.Learn More
Regular Price: $3,038.00
Special Price $1,899.00
As one of the best-looking, best-sounding, and highest quality single cutaway guitars ever made, the E-II Eclipse is made in Japan at the ESP factory and designed for serious players who rely on their guitars for professional-caliber stage and studio work. This guitar offers a collection of top-tier components, like a bone nut, Schaller Straplocks, Gotoh locking tuners, and a Gotoh TOM bridge and tailpiece. Perhaps most impressive is its set of EMG 57TW/66TW set for coil splitting each active pickup with individual push-pull controls on both volume knobs. Built with set-thru construction on a mahogany body and mahogany neck, the latest version of the E-II Eclipse is available in three styles: a Buckeye burl maple top in Blue Natural Fade finish; a flamed maple top in Black Natural Burst; and a maple-capped Snow White Satin finish. All E-II Eclipse models offer high-end design features like multi-binding on the body, neck, and matching headstock.Learn More
Regular Price: $2,958.00
Special Price $1,849.00
In guitar design, details matter. It can be the small things that helps you and your instrument stand out in a crowded field. The ESP E-II Eclipse BB accomplishes this with great-looking thick silver-painted binding on its Black Satin finish. This guitar is more than good looking, though; it offers a set-thru neck joint for excellent playability, and an EMG 60/81 Brushed Chrome pickup set. High-end components on the E-II Eclipse BB include Schaller Straplocks, Gotoh locking tuners, and a Gotoh TOM bridge and tailpiece. Like all instruments in our E-II Series, the Eclipse BB is made in Japan at ESP’s Tokyo factory. Includes hardshell case.Learn More
Regular Price: $3,198.00
Special Price $1,999.00
Formerly called "ESP Standard", all ESP E-II instruments are created at ESP's factory in Tokyo, Japan, and are designed for professional players who accept no compromises in tone, feel, or reliability for their guitars and basses. With the ESP E-II M-II NT Hipshot, you get all of the tone benefits of a hardtail-style tailpiece with string-thru body design in a beautiful guitar topped in quilted maple with an outstanding Black Turquoise Burst finish. The E-II M-II NT Hipshot also features design details like natural body binding, white binding on the neck and headstock, and black hardware. Its tone is powered by a pair of direct-mounted Bare Knuckle Aftermath Tyger pickups, perfect for modern sounds with accelerated bass response, crushing midrange, and precise high-end articulation. You also get high-quality components including a Schaller straplock, Gotoh locking tuners, and a bone nut. Includes ESP hardshell form-fitting case.Learn More
I saw Eric Johnson play in 1988 at a tiny venue called The Antenna Club here in Memphis, just a block and a half away from where our shop is right now. That was after his "Tones" album had been released and a couple of years before "Ah Via Musicom". I didn't know much about Eric at the time and only went because I'd read an article in which Billy Gibbons said Eric was "an absolutely terrifying player", I figured if Billy thought the guy was great, then the guy had to be great. He opened the set with his now famous song, "Cliffs Of Dover". My jaw hit the floor, and from then on Eric Johnson has been one of my greatest guitar heroes. Here we have a 2006 Fender Eric Johnson Signature Model Stratocaster. This guitar is the brainchild of Johnson himself, designed with Eric's personal preferences and features. This Stratocaster is a result of his expressed desire to give back to collectors, players and; especially his fans. Eric Johnson is famously meticulous in crafting his tone, and every facet of the guitar is designed to Johnson’s own detailed specs, from the specially voiced pickups to the extra-contoured neck and body to the distinctive tremolo assembly and much more. A refined signature model honoring one of modern music’s finest Strat masters.Learn More
This 2006 Eric Johnson is in excellent condition, with just a few minor dents and scratches. The neck is straight and true. There is no fretwear.
includes the original paperwork and hardshell case.
"It's been a dream of mine for years to design a guitar that includes some of my favorite vintage specifications but with a modern spirit and aesthetic. After two years of study and refinement, the Silver Sky is my vision of what a reboot of the electric guitar should look and feel like." – John MayerLearn More
The PRS Silver Sky is the result of a close collaboration between Grammy Award-winning musician John Mayer and Paul Reed Smith. More than two and half years in the making, the Silver Sky is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once familiar but also newly PRS through and through. This model was based off of Mayer and Smith’s favorite elements from 1963 and 1964 vintage instruments, resulting in an idealized version of a vintage single-coil guitar. The attention that was paid to every detail sets this guitar apart.
Some of the more distinctive specifications include, the headstock shape, tuners, neck and fretboard, bridge, and pickups and electronics. The headstock shape is based on PRS’s trademark design, but inverted to both accommodate Mayer’s playing style and also to keep a consistent length of string behind the nut, which makes staying in tune easier. The tuners are a traditional vintage-style, closed-back tuner, but with PRS’s locking design. The neck shape was modeled after 1963/1964 vintage instruments, and the fretboard has a 7.25” radius. The moment your hand grabs this neck, it just feels right. Like the tuners, the steel tremolo takes a classic design and incorporates PRS’s trem arm and Gen III knife-edge screws. The bridge on the Silver Sky is setup flush to the body in the neutral position so that the tremolo bridge only goes down in pitch. By keeping the bridge in contact with the body, the guitar itself is acoustically louder, which improves the signal to noise ratio of the single-coil pickups. The 635JM single-coil pickups are very round and full, with a musical high end that is never “ice-picky” or brash.
Other high-quality specifications include a bone nut, a molded metal jack plate that is curved and makes plugging and unplugging a guitar cable hassle-free, retooled knobs, fretwire that is slightly smaller than what you’d find on most PRS electric guitars, and PRS’s double action truss rod (accessible from the front of the headstock for ease of use).
Here's a beautiful Semi-Hollow McCarty 594 Violet. It features a highly figured flamed maple 10 top, 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.Learn More
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.
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.Learn More
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.
Featuring a 10-Top with an Aquamarine finish. This PRS Special 22 Semi-Hollow Limited Edition guitar offers players a versatile hum/single/hum configuration with two PRS 58/15 MT (Multi-Tap) humbuckers and a PRS Narrowfield middle pickup. McCarty Sunburst finish. The 58/15 MT’s offer all the tone of the originals while compensating for volume loss when split to single coils. The Narrowfield pickup delivers the bite of a single coil – without the hum but with plenty of clarity and punch. Paired with a 5-Way blade switch and two mini-toggles that tap the hum- buckers, this guitar can handle myriad sounds and styles, and the semi-hollow body with single f-hole provides a welcome airiness and depth to the guitar’s tone.Learn More
The foundation of this guitar is very much like a Custom 22 – maple top, mahogany back, 22-fret 25" scale length mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, Pattern neck profile, Phase III tuners, and PRS Gen III patented tremolo – but the versatile electronics truly carry it to new sonic territory.
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.Learn More
Neck Material: MapleLearn More
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
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
Potentiometers: 500K AudioTaper
Output Jack: Switchcraft
Strings: D’Addario NYXL .010 - .046
Case: Hardshell Case
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.Learn More