Museum: Electric Guitars

Douglas Harrison's GB model was designed in conjunction with guitarist Gary Benson and offers Jazz guitar features and sensibiliti...
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Serial # 72348521. The Pro Deluxe was offered for only a few years in the late 1970's. the model was essentially a Les Paul Deluxe...
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An all-original two pickup Rocket. Mid 1960's build, with adjustable pole DeArmond pickups. Cherry sunburst, completely original a...
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Serial # N6566. A butterscotch blond T-52, heavily aged, with a fantastic soft V neck, and Lollar pickups. At just under 7.5 Lbs,...
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The USA made Workshop Series Bluesmaster II features a bound ash body, C shaped one-piece rock maple neck, Telecaster style bridge...
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Serial #A-21335. FON X 7291. Made famous by Scotty Moore, the ES-295 was built in limited numbers between 1952 and 1958. With its...
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Serial # L90865. A transitional guitar, this sunburst Strat is built of a mix of pre and post CBS parts. Black-bottom pickups an...
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Serial # 20081014908. A mint-condition S1 solidbody, in factory lefty, with highly figured Tamo Ash top. Chambered sapele body, sa...
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World class luthier Oskar Graf has been building string instruments one at a time for the last 40 years. His guitars are continual...
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Serial # 858135. Gibson first began offering Custom Color options to its electric guitars with the Firebird in the early 1960's. B...
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Serial # T34901. Solid carved spruce and mahogany, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, gold hardware, HRW "four-p...
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Move over Stratotone! This Kay 1993 is one of the sexiest budget-brand electrics built before the Berlin Wall. Its nickel hardware...
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