• Framus Texan Vintage Acoustic Guitar (1960s)

    Framus Texan Vintage Acoustic Guitar (1960s)

    Up for sale here is a Framus Texan with a very far out pickguard! The neck on this guitar feels very much like an electric guitar, as it is thin in depth which is uncommon for acoustic guitars of this era. We suspect it is a 1960s model due to the...

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  • Garnet "The Herzog" (1977)

    Garnet "The Herzog" (1977)

    This is beyond rare and one of the best effect units that I have had the pleasure to play through.  It is technically a preamp and IS the "American Woman" sound, as well as being on several other The Guess Who hits.  That said I hooked it up to...

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  • German Stradivarius Copy Fiddle

    German Stradivarius Copy Fiddle

    This is a super cool German made fiddle.  Regardless of how amazing it sounds it has very unique appointments.  Having the guitar style tuners is super cool.  Most places around town would ask three times what we are asking...  It is...

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  • Gibson L-50 "1949" w/Case


    Gibson L-50 "1949" w/Case

    What a piece of history.  This guitar has seen many a front porch and many stages and has plenty more stories to tell.  This naturally has surface checking and has been repaired but our tech set this up and it now plays incredibly well. ...

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  • Guild D-35 (1974)


    Guild D-35 (1974)

    This Guild D-35 will make a perfect gigging or studio guitar for the right player. Warm, woody tone and plenty of finish wear accrued over its lifetime. The guitar is totally stable and plays great - just a few bumps n' bruises from the road.  The...

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  • Guyatone LG-130T Cherry Pink


    Guyatone LG-130T Cherry Pink

    1960's GUYATONE LG-130-T  in the famous Cherry/Pink finish w/ contrasting WHITE neck and headstock. This Guyatone model was one of the most unique sounding guitars to come out of Japan in the 60's. This guitar has ALL original parts,including a...

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  • Harmony H1213 Archtone (1954)


    Harmony H1213 Archtone (1954)

    Here we have a very nice vintage 1954 Harmony H1213 Archtone guitar.  This was Harmony's most popular model for quite some time.  It is made out of birch for the body and has a maple fretboard that was stained to look like rosewood.  Being...

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  • Hofner Committee 1960


    Hofner Committee 1960

    Here we have a 1960 Hofner Committee archtop acoustic guitar. This is an exceptional vintage specimen that plays and sounds great. The Committee was produced by Hofner from 1954 until 1969 and set the standard for acoustic archtops in its day...

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  • Kay Swingmaster K673 w/OHSC


    Kay Swingmaster K673 w/OHSC

    This is a super groovy early '60s Kay Swingmaster.  It has the three toaster tissue box pickups to give you a lot of tonal options.  It definitely has a nice classic look with the sunburst, block inlays, and checkered body binding.  This...

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  • Mu-Tron Phasor II "1972"

    Mu-Tron Phasor II "1972"

    This 1972 Mu-Tron really defined THE phaser sound.  Everything works great and it should last another 46 years!  Don't miss out on your chance at this.  These are very hard to find now days.  Thanks for looking!!!

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  • Silvertone Banjo


    Silvertone Banjo

    This vintage Silvertone looks and sounds great.  It's a 1960's model and has plenty of wear from its years of playing but it just adds to the flavor of this awesome instrument.  Don't miss out on this classic!

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  • Silvertone Jimmy Reed Thin Twin 1382L Sunburst 1956


    Silvertone Jimmy Reed Thin Twin 1382L Sunburst 1956

    How cool is this guitar.  This Silvertone was produced by Kay of Chicago. In the Kay catalogue it was known as the K161 and was endorsed by Jimmy Reed (the model is also known as the Jimmy Reed model). Sears marketed this guitar as the 1382L Thin...

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