Vintage Instruments: Electric Guitars

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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Gibson’s ES-175 was introduced in 1949 and went on to become the company’s most successful professional electric archtop model...
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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 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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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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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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Gibson’s ES-355TDSV was the company’s flagship of the ES-335 family of instruments and featured gold hardware, multi-ply bound...
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Featuring a solid mahogany carved body and set-in 24 fret neck, HFS and V. Bass pickups, tremolo bridge, and satin charcoal finish...
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A work of art by Fender Custom Shop Master Builder, Dale Wilson. The Ironwood Stratocaster features a unique and masterfully pain...
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Alan Beardsell is one of the more revolutionary instrument builders in the pantheon of Canada’s highly regarded luthiers. His g...
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The Jazz II was Kay’s top-of-the-line thinline hollow body in the early 1960’s, and replaced the Barney Kessel signature model...
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Here’s an under-the-bed-special. A left-handed 1981 Fender Stratocaster, complete with all of its factory hang tags and case doc...
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