Vintage Instruments: Electric Guitars

The Guild X-150 is a 16” full-depth arch top that rivals Gibson’s ES-175. Much like the 175, the X-150 features a ply maple b...
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ON HOLD
Among the most unique electric archtops we’ve encountered is this 1959 Vega E-30D. Built in the late 1950’s, the E-30D featur...
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A completely original Fender Mustang in excellent condition. Great looking black-on-black body, rosewood fingerboard, large CBS e...
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The Fender Elite Telecaster was envisioned by Dan Smith - Fender’s legendary Director of Marketing in the early 1980s - who is l...
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Possibly the single most iconic electric guitar in the world is Eddie Van Halen’s ‘Frankenstein’ partscaster. With its red...
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This single pickup solidbody features a sunburst-finished wood body with Airline’s famous Jetson-esque outline, white pickguard...
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Introduced in 1963, the Firebird series of guitars featured a neck-through body design, a unique body shape with a reversed look a...
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Based on a Telecaster Thinline, the Zion Ninety is a ramped up take on a classic. Built in North Carolina, the Zion features a on...
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The compact ES-339 offers the sound and feel of an ES-335, but with smaller body dimensions and lighter weight. A fairly recent ad...
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The Gibson SG GT’s design and original marketing campaign were heavily inspired by a Shelby GT. The guitar features racing scoo...
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The Rickenbacker Dakota is a neck-through solid body built of maple and walnut with a hand-rubbed oil finish. It’s equipped wit...
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A mint-condition Westerly-built Guild Starfire IV in natural finish over figured maple. This era of Guild production is highly reg...
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