Vintage Instruments: Electric Guitars & Amps

The Nashville-made Gibson 1963 ES-335 Block Reissue is the most faithful-to-the-original Block-neck 335 yet made by Gibson. The g...
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Guild’s answer to Gibson’s top-selling ES-125, the X-50 featured a 16” fully hollow body, a single pickup in the neck positi...
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Essentially a modern version of the single pickup ES-175, the Herb Ellis model filled a serious hole in the Gibson lineup upon its...
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1989 '57 Fender Stratocaster reissue Serial # 045777, pots and neck dated to 1989. This ridiculously clean '57 Strat reissue offe...
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Introduced in 1982 under the direction of Paul Rivera, the Fender Super Champ was unlike anything Fender had yet made, and offered...
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A hot-rodded Custom Shop Gibson ES-339, with Bigsby tailpiece and Towner-tension bar, and a killer-sounding pair of cool looking L...
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Carr amplifiers are famous for their build quality, and phenomenal tone. The Viceroy is a switchable Class A 7/33 watt 6L6 combo...
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Candy green is what they call it. It’s pretty great. We wanted to call it Metallic 7UP Bottle Green, but we don’t work for F...
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Serial # 131867. A one owner transition-era Fender Jazz Bass brought to Folkway by only person who's ever played it. It's still...
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Serial # 283474, Pots dated early 1964. Although John Lennon acquired his first Gibson electric acoustic in 1962, it was his 1964...
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This vibrant 12-string screams cool in a completely Rickenbacker kind of way! No wonder the 330 has proven to be one of the brand'...
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Intended to be the go to in-house workhorse guitar amplifier for jazz clubs, this Ampeg Gemini II capably handles the clean headro...
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