Museum: Electric Guitars

Gibson’s Melody Maker was introduced in 1959 as a lower-priced option to the Les Paul Junior. It featured the same single-cut b...
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The full-hollow thinline Harmony Rocket features a 16” single-cutaway body, a single DeArmond GoldFoil pickup with volume and to...
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A time-capsule Fender Stratocaster built in 1983. This one is in seriously clean mint condition and is 100% factory original. We...
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The Harmony H62 is something of a cult classic among jump blues guitarists and is popular with rockabilly players as well. The gu...
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Finding a near-mint condition Gretsch Country Gentleman like this 1976 model is exciting enough, but add to the package an origina...
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Completely original and in immaculate condition, this 1974 Gibson ES-335TD is a sight for sore eyes. The guitar’s unfaded dark...
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This Goldtop Gibson Les Paul R4 is one incredible guitar. If you’re into P-90’s - like we are around here - there’s a good c...
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Fender Custom Color Teles aren’t terribly common in these parts, so you can imagine our surprise when this local original-owner...
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A go-to guitar for the blues, jump-blues, and rockabilly set, Gibson’s 1950’s ES-125 packs a lot of sonic punch into a tighter...
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The Memphis-built Gibson Custom Shop 1959 ES-335TD VOS is about as close as you can get to going back in time to 1959, buying a ne...
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A mint-condition recent Les Paul Studio in ‘Smokehouse Burst’ finish. Bound rosewood fingerboard with pearloid inlays, mahoga...
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A great looking black and maple Telecaster that’s pretty much a vintage parts-caster. Neck is dated 1972, pots are from 1965, s...
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