• 1960 Fender Super Amp

    Guitar Just in - more info and pics coming
  • 1966 Fender Deluxe Reverb

    Guitar Extremely fine / near mint '66 black panel Deluxe Reverb with original foot switch. Sounds better than most. Newer electrolytics and 3-prong cord added. *Odd tube chart - '67 Bassman. Looks legit, in fact its been lacquered over previously to preserve it (at some point someone started to remove it ). Go figure.
  • Fender Custom Shop Artisan Series KOA Strat

    Guitar Just in, more pics and info coming -
  • 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior

    Guitar Just in, Unusually nice '59 LP Junior. Exact upgrade tuners & bridge, originals included and in fine shape. Call for hands on description. HOLD.
  • 2012 PRS Collection Series Tonare Grand Acoustic $ call for price

    Guitar PRS Collection Series Tonare Grand Acoustic Guitar A spectacular, immaculate and exceedingly rare PRS Collection Series Tonare Grand Acoustic Guitar. Finding one of these instruments in the wild, much less in this condition, is truly a rare occurrence. The PRS Collection Series first introduced in the Fall of 2011, represents the absolute best, rare-air, no holds barred instruments from PRS, even beyond the Private Stock models. These instruments are so rare that most musicians have never encountered one, much less played. One acoustic model and one electric were available each year, with Paul Reed Smith himself, personally overseeing their design and production. Each guitar was created from the most prized components in PRS's possession, including their most exotic tone woods. Many of the woods and design features such as the Celtic knot inlays that feature so prominently on this guitar are no longer available through PRS. This Collection Series Tonare Grand guitar, serial number A12-0956, comes complete with straight grain, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, a European ‘AAAA’ bearclaw spruce top, a Peruvian mahogany neck, an African blackwood fingerboard with 14K gold and mammoth ivory Celtic inlays along with many other appointments that make this guitar an extraordinary sounding, easy playing, and exceedingly gorgeous instrument. Few collectable guitars can live the double life of being both remarkably rare while also being ideal performance instruments. That's part of what makes the PRS Collection Series in general and certainly this Tonare Grand guitar so special.  The Collection Series instruments from PRS couldn’t simply be ordered. Rather they were built and sold in pairs (one electric and one acoustic) to 20 exclusive Private Stock Collection dealers worldwide. *Very Limited Edition, just several of these were made. This is likely the only one of these made with the particular materials and features specified in the build sheet below, in particular straight grained Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Everyone's best flat tops are rosewood with very few exceptions. This has to be the best sounding, most beautiful, and ultimate / rare PRS acoustic extant. Please contact us for full description and pricing.     SPECIFICATIONS FOR THIS COLLECTION SERIES TONARE GRAND: •     16” Collection Grand Body (Tonare Perimeter with Angelus Depth) •       Hybrid X Bracing   •       European ‘AAAA’ Bearclaw Spruce Top with Paua Heart/Black Purfling and Curly Maple Binding •      Paua Heart, Green Select Abalone, and 14K Gold Celtic Rosette •     Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides with Black/Maple/Black Purfling and Curly Maple Binding •      Peruvian Mahogany Wide Neck  •     African Blackwood Fingerboard with Pink Heart abalone, 14K Gold, and Mammoth Ivory Hollow Celtic Inlays •     Ebony Headstock Veneer Hand-signed by Paul Reed Smith with Mammoth Ivory “Collection” Inlay •      Paua Heart Abalone Purfling on the Fingerboard and Veneer   •       14K Gold Side Dots   •     Ebony Bridge and Bridge Pins with Mammoth Ivory Inlays •     Bone Nut and Saddle •     Robson Tuning Pegs with Ivoroid Buttons •     Proprietary PRS Acoustic Pickup System * Photographs taken through the build process are included on a thumb drive along with the guitar *    Special Collection Series Ameritage Hardshell case included
  • 1969 Gibson Blue Ridge

    Guitar Exceptionally fine condition '69 Gibson Blue Ridge, all original with laminate Brazilian rosewood back & sides, spruce top, and mahogany neck with no volute. Plays great too and ships with generic chip board case. This is as nice an example of one of these that you're likely to ever find.
  • 1967 Gibson ES 335

    Guitar Time capsule '67 335, near mint and all stock including Bigsby . Original case in excellent condition. Plays perfectly and sounds w-a-y too good.
  • 1971 Martin 00-18

    Guitar Overall very good condition, and that's just the cosmetics. Plays and sounds just like a 50 year old 00-18 ought, or maybe I should say double ought. Very life like.
  • 2019 Gibson 1961 Reissue SG

    Guitar Like new late model SG standard 1961 Reissue with case.
  • 2019 Taylor 314 CE

    Guitar Basically unplayed. Save hundred$.
  • 1996 Taylor 655

    Guitar Like new Taylor maple body 12 string with case, this one's from 1996.
  • 1978 Fender Telecaster

    Guitar Ultra clean natural ash body / rosewood finger board Tele from '78; hard to believe this guitar is 45 years old already, I guess soon it'll be considered vintage.
  • 1966 Gibson ES 125TDC

    Guitar Another spectacularly clean ES 125, this one from '66 with 2 pickups. Stupid clean.
  • 1961 Gibson ES 125TC

    Guitar Fully original and intensely clean other than a couple of chips on front of the headstock. 'Nuf said.
  • 2005 Hemken Custom - Blonde.

    Guitar Custom hand built full acoustic arch top by the late Michael Hemken, this is a beautifully designed & impeccably built guitar, using some of the most striking big leaf quilted maple ever seen, and what looks to be a Carpathian Spruce top, with Brazilian rosewood bridge, binding, heel cap, tailpiece and head stock overlay, with ebony finger board and tuner buttons. Lower bout is 16 11/16", nut is 1 13/16". String spacing at the bridge it's 2 1/16". 25.5” scale length. Watch this space for an in depth description and discussion of how it performs as soon as we get to play it. Emphasis on "soon". . .