Museum: Electric Guitars

Serial # 90535341. The classic dot-neck Gibson ES-335TD in cherry red. Nicely figured maple body with cream bindings, nickel har...
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Serial #18973, Pot codes dated 7th week of 1956. Introduced in 1954, the 6120 ushered in the Golden Era of Gretsch Electrics, and...
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Serial # A 23733. A one owner single pickup ES-175 in beautiful condition. It's almost as good as they come, it's only strike b...
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Serial # 1103111093. With it's gorgeous esthetic, sophisticated electronics, and comfortable feel, the Taylor T5C1 is an excellen...
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Serial # X20601. The smaller-bodied fully-hollow National 1125 Dynamic is the kind of guitar that makes electric blues sound the...
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Serial # 774009. The ES-355TD, Gibson's most ornate version of the venerable ES-335, introduced alongside that model in 1958, fea...
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The story goes that John Lennon bought his Hofner Club 40 in 1959 with help from his aunt, who was adamant that young John needed...
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Serial # F8 7529. Discontinued shortly after this example was built in June of 1995, the Rickenbacker 610/12 is essentially as sl...
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Serial # 551357, pots dated 49th week of 1973, neck code 1303 4013. A thoroughly attractive 40 year old Tele with layers of stori...
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Serial # JT07030115. First released in 1958, the Anniversary and Double Anniversary models were named in commemoration of Gretsch...
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FON V4838-15. The ETG-150 was, essentially, a dressed-up tenor-necked version of Gibson's popular ES-125 electric archtop, and wa...
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Neck dated August 5th 1962, pots dated 31st week of 1962. Non-original F-neck plate with # 137679 (dates 1966). With its refinis...
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