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1975 Gretsch Broadkaster


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Original American-made Gretsch model 7608 in original Sunburst finish. Collectible instrument in very nice condition - neck set & binding(which can be problem areas for older Gretsches) have no issues. Serial number decodes as October 1975. Features include a semi-hollow bound Maple body w/ center block and f-holes, set Maple neck, 22-fret Rosewood fretboard w/ dot inlays, black veneer headstock, three-per-side chrome Van Ghent “Humpback” 16:1 tuners, raised black pickguard w/ Gretsch logo, & Gretsch "Terminator" tailpiece w/ adjustable bridge. Earlier "unique" Gretsch features include the zero fret & "T-roof" pearloid headstock logo. Electronics: two Gretsch Supertron pickups, individual Volume controls for each pickup, Master Volume on upper treble bout, 3-way pickup selector & 3-way Tone switch on upper bass bout. Original Gretsch hardshell case-worn but functional.

1997 Gibson LesPaul Studio DC


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Gloss Black, 1st year production - Gibson stated: "The double-cutaway Les Paul body ranks with the sunburst Les Paul Standard, the Flying V, the Explorer and the ES-335 as one of the legendary Gibson designs introduced in 1958. In 1997, this classic shape moved into the upper echelon of the Les Paul family with a carved maple top and humbucking pickups. The Les Paul Double Cutaway Studio represents two traditional Gibson concepts joining together to create a unique new guitar." Features: '59 Slim Taper Mahogany neck, 24-fret Rosewood fretboard w/ pearloid dots, 24 3/4" scale, black top hat knobs. Original chrome hardware upgraded to gold w/ intonatable bridge; most original parts included - bridge, tuners, p/u surrounds, switch, knobs(no original p/u covers or strap buttons). Electronics: 490R Alnico neck & 498T Alnico humbucker bridge pickups, master volume/ tone controls, 3-way pickup selector. Has surface scratches & dings. Hardshell case. 

2013 Gibson SG '50s Tribute


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Nitrocellulose Satin Ebony(Black) finish, model produced in 2013 only, solid mahogany body, solid mahogany neck w/rounded ’50s profile that measures .818” at the 1st fret and .963” at the 12th, genuine rosewood fingerboard w/24 medium-jumbo frets, trapezoid inlays, silkscreened gold Gibson and holly logo, and stamped 'Prototype' by Gibson to indicate this as a ’50s-era transition from Les Paul to SG, Gibson USA P-90 pickups, Tune-o-Matic bridge, Stopbar tailpiece, factory Grover kidney button tuners. Very good used condition w/ some small  indents, knobs have been changed to Gibson "speed" knobs and strap lock buttons(like I've never seen) added. Original Gibson gig bag.

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Yamaha SA2200

Yamaha says, "the SA2200 represent traditional Yamaha craftsmanship at its finest, pushing the semi-hollow body guitar concept to the peak of refinement." Refinements include Alnico V Humbucker Pickups, 3-point pickup surround support for finer height adjust, & push-push tone pot switches that remove the outer coils of each Alnico V humbucker for 8 different combos of humbucking to single-coil tones. Other specs: semi-hollow design w/ center block located underneath bridge, laminated Figured Maple body, set premium Mahogany neck, 24 3/4" scale length, Ebony fretboard, 3-position pickup switch, volume & tone controls for each pickup including push-push tone pots for coil splitting. Made in Japan quality & crafsmanship - more useable features than comparable Gibson semi-hollows that sell used for a thousand dollars more. Exceptionally fine condition w/original Yamaha hardshell case. 



1995 G&L ASAT Green Swirl

Cool green & black swirl finish, rarest of the "swirl" finishes done only in the first half of the 90s. Serial number indicates it's a 1995.  Excellent condition, just typical pick scratches on pickguard,very little fret wear, near mint body and neck finish. One piece maple neck using Fender design 3-bolt with set screw adjustment system(called micro-tilt on Fenders), Rosewood fretboard, 2 ASAT single coil pickups, 3-ply black pickguard, chrome hardware, G&L logo tuners with "safety posts"(like vintage Fender tuners), G&L's innovative Saddle Lock bridge, Leo Fender design MFD single coil pickups made by G&L which provide a ‘punchier bottom end and brighter top end sparkling with harmonics’. Master volume and tone with 3 position switch. Original case.