Museum: Electric Guitars

Offered in limited numbers in 2013 by Fender’s Custom Shop, the Custom Deluxe Telecaster was part of Fender’s Custom Deluxe se...
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Gibson’s ES-135 was built for a few years in the mid 1950’s. A dressed up version of the best-selling ES-125, the more expens...
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A lightweight mid 1970’s walnut finished P-bass in very fine condition. This one scores high marks here thanks to its great sou...
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The classic Gretsch 6120, but in a distinctive and unique blue sunburst finish. This example is in perfect condition and has just...
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A mint-condition PRS CE-24 with a great looking figured maple top and tasty sunburst finish. The CE-24 features a mahogany body w...
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An interesting Harmony-built H45 Stratotone Mars, with Kay branding. This is an early version of the model, and we suspect the re...
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We’re all smitten with this faded surf-green ‘63 Journeyman Relic Tele here at Folkway. It’s a great looking Fender Telecas...
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A one-off custom ordered Gibson R8 with believably aged finish, hardware and Grover tuners. With its chunky deep rounded ‘58 ne...
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They don’t come better than this, folks. Here’s an under-the-bed special 1960 Gibson ES-330T, with rare original Lifton hards...
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Introduced in mid-'57, the EH-500 Skylark became Gibson's most popular steel, sharing the futuristic look and Korina body used by...
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An amazingly clean, first-year-issue 1958 Harmony H48 Stratotone Mercury with its original case. We’ve never seen one quite thi...
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Gibson’s CS-336 lefty is quite a different guitar than the ES-339, although at first glance this might not be apparent. Both gu...
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