Museum: Electric Guitars

Serial # 5 97314. The now-discontinued PRS McCarty was a staple of the PRS lineup between 1995 and 2007. The instrument differed...
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There are not too many things better than an unfaded Filter'tron-equipped late 1950's Gretsch 6120 in our books; and this guitar i...
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Serial # 33036. There's no disputing that 1959 was a benchmark year for all things electric guitar. Gibson, Fender and Gretsch w...
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Serial #0786 of # 1250. In 1996 Fender released several 50th Anniversary editions of their most beloved models in order to commemo...
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Serial #2417 of # 2500. In 1996 Fender released several 50th Anniversary editions of their most beloved models in order to commemo...
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Serial # 205184. The classic early 1970's ES-335 in excellent condition. Cherry red finished maple with cream-colored bindings,...
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Serial # 70128066. A super clean L-5 CES in a rare wine-red finish. The first L-5 rolled off of Gibson's assembly line in 1923 und...
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Serial # 1152. In the world of boutique guitar pedals, few effects have created the air of mystique and reverence that surrounds t...
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Serial # GA100201. A factory lefty Guild Starfire IV in near mint condition. The guitar hardly looks 5 years old, let alone clos...
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Serial #215352. Neck date of Oct. 5th 1967, pots dated mid 1966. When Leo Fender first brought the Precision Bass to market in...
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Serial number #A-18281. A one-owner golden beauty with all of the original hardware! First introduced in 1952 as a hollow bodied c...
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FON S785-27. With no repairs, perfect original frets, almost no finish-wear to mention, and an excellent set up, this 1959 Gibson...
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