Museum: Electric Guitars

An incredibly hard-to-find left-handed Gibson Custom Shop ES-335TDC ’63 Re-Issue, in cherry red with VOS finish. If you’re a...
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The Vox Phantom VI is thought of as one of the more iconic guitar models of the 1960’s ‘British Invasion’, even if it didn...
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With its trestle bracing and original PAF Filter’Tron, this refinished Gretsch Anniversary model offers some seriously good vint...
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Loaded with a particularly good set of P-90 pickups, factory Bigsby and full-hollow thinline body, this ES-330TDC screams rock’n...
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Harmony offered two electric models in standard left-handed configuration in the 1960s, as best as we can tell:  the H-47 Stratot...
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Gibson’s Humbucker-equipped ES-175D hasn’t much changed much in the last 60 or so years; and it still remains one of the most...
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Fender’s American Elite Telecaster is a modern recreation of the venerable classic, designed to blend the best vintage and moder...
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Dating to mid-year 1960, this Mono-wired ES-355TD features a pair of factory-sealed double-white PAFs with strong measurements, an...
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From the rocket-age comes this spaceship-inspired Supro lap steel. White and black duds, plastic handrest/pickup cover, and Kluso...
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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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Gibson’s SG Standard ’61 Maestro Vibrola adds a vibrola tailpiece to the company’s popular SG Standard ’61. The guitar fe...
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Here’s a beautiful Fender Custom Shop recreation of a rosewood-board 1969 Stratocaster with a closet-classic aged treatment to i...
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