Museum: Electric Guitars

A late-issue rocket that's completely original and in perfect working order. This one is a two pickup double cut-away version of...
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A well constructed Telecaster style guitar, with semi-hollow construction, high quality hardware, and an acoustic-width neck that...
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Serial # V1422699. The new American Vintage '56 Stratocaster features vintage accurate body contours, redesigned vintage accurate...
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The Epiphone Century ES25T is a 6V6-powered 14 watt combo with two channels, tremolo, and a single 15" Jensen ceramic speaker. Th...
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The company that invented the electric guitar offered a number of variations on the lap steel theme by the mid 1940's. The model...
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Serial #5498. With its hot DeArmond Dynasonic pickup, full-depth 16" archtop body and killer looks, this 6185 Electromatic is a Ro...
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Serial # 128428, neck dated the 3rd of March 1966, pots dated 6609. A gorgeous rosewood-necked transition-era Fender Telecaster...
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Gibson's first thinline electric, the ES-225T was introduced in 1955 and shared the body of an ES-175, albeit at half the depth....
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Serial # 126885. A late 1966 Gretsch 6120 Nashville with no binding issues, great neck angle, and a pair of excellent sounding Fi...
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Gibson's '54 Les Paul Custom was one of the iconic electing guitars that ushered in the modern era of music in the mid-1950's. Wi...
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Built in the Memphis Custom shop, the Gibson ES-339 features a smaller body than it's cousin, the ES-335. It’s otherwise a very...
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Serial #140074384. The reimagined Les Paul Classic is built with a weight relieved body, 60's slim taper neck, '57 Classic Zebra...
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