Museum: Electric Guitars

This vibrant 12-string screams cool in a completely Rickenbacker kind of way! No wonder the 330 has proven to be one of the brand'...
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A great looking black on black Tele with a maple neck, this Fender lefty is something cool and mostly affordable for our left-hand...
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Serial # 79956. Pots dated 18th week of 1962, neck dated April 1962. An exceptional, 100% original, one-owner guitar. This s...
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Guild’s answer to Gibson’s top-selling ES-125, the X-50 featured a 16” fully hollow body, a single pickup in the neck positi...
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As a lefty the chances are pretty good that you’ve not had the opportunity to give a Charlie Christian pickup equipped Telecaste...
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The classic early 1970’s Telecaster. Built in early 1974, this Tele features a maple neck, butterscotch over ash body, white pi...
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Kay’s Value Leader bass featured the same body and short scale neck used on the 6 string guitar version, but was fitted with 4 s...
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With its three pickups and matching bass and treble side control plates, this Airline Town and Country has a retro space-age look...
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The last of the truly cool Made in USA Harmony electrics, the H82G Rebel features a double cutaway thinline hollow body with singl...
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Gibson’s ES-140 ¾ T is a fully hollow, thin body ¾ sized archtop. Dressed in ES-125 appointments, the 140 ¾ looks a lot like...
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The compact ES-339 offers the sound and feel of an ES-335, but with smaller body dimensions and lighter weight. A fairly recent a...
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An early American Vintage Reissue, this ‘52 Tele features a two-piece ash body with butterscotch finish, dark circuit wiring, Ba...
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