Museum: Electric Guitars

Introduced in 1955, the 5E9 Tremolux was Fender’s first amplifier offered with a built-in effect. With about 15 watts of power,...
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Introduced in 1956, the Duo-Sonic was a student-priced and student-sized Fender with a short 22.5” scale and two single-coil pic...
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A great looking, jazz-voiced, early Guild T-100. Introduced in 1958, the T-100 (aka the Slim Jim) was a popular thin-bodied lamin...
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The Jerry Jones SingleCut is a recreation of - and a massive improvement upon - Danelectro’s 1950’s U2 models. The company’...
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The Gibson L4C is the acoustic sister to the electric ES-175 model, but built with a solid carved spruce top and tone-bar bracing....
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Greg Fessler joined Fender’s Custom Shop in 1990 and has become one of the company’s most lauded Master Builders. His instrum...
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The L-Series 1964 Strat features an extreme heavy relic aged Olympic White Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, 2 piece alder body, quar...
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Built by Matsumoku (Aria) in the early 1970’s this PAN hollowbody is stylistically inspired by Gibson’s Trini Lopez, and featu...
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Gibson’s ES-330T, the single-pickup version of the very popular 330, was offered for only a few years in the late 1950’s and e...
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Fender’s best guitars in the early 1980’s were those built in Japan. Inspired by that country’s yen for more vintage-inspire...
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Harmony’s H-88 Doublet is the two-pickup counterpart to the more common H-44 Stratotone. It was built for a few years in the mi...
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This single pickup solidbody features a sunburst-finished wood body with Airline’s famous Jetson-esque outline, white pickguard...
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