SOLD:Fender P-Bass Olympic White -65
Original Olympic White Finish
Original Olympic White Finish
1957 Gibson Les Paul JR in TV Yellow.
Been re-finished but professionally done and aged perfectly. Without a black light you wouldn’t be able to tell, everything is correct, color, weather checking, just done right.
100% all original parts, tuners, guard, pickup, pots and cap, jack and cover, back plate, knobs, bridge, studs..the works. no breaks or damage, been using this for slide.
Guitar has had a new nut and frets. Will need a set up and fret dress, little buzz on the G string, 11th fret but other than that its perfect, a dress and set up will only make it sing even more.
Really fantastic guitar, rings like a bell.
Gibson SG Standard -69, Cherry Red.
Solid mahogany body. Nitro-cellulose lacquer finish. Three-piece mahogany neck. Indian rosewood fretboard. 2 Pat No stickers hum buckers. 3,6 kg. Maestro vibrola tailpiece. Grover tuners. Original black form-fit case.
Gretsch G6131SMY Malcolm Young Signature Guitar
This is the primary weapon of choice of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young. Surgical precision, low key appearance and thundering riffs are hallmarks of AC/DC’s rhythm guitarist and co-founder. This guitar gives him that extra edge when on stage, or in studio. It is crafted of the finest materials available to Gretsch Guitars luthiers and adjusted by Malcolm’s exact specs. This semi-hollow guitar is double-cut and made of mahogany back with maple top. Red and Natural are both finished in gloss and matched with chrome hardware. Simplicity is also one of the key characteristics of Malcolm’s style. Thus, this model features a one*-piece bridge with one humbucker pickup in the front. Set in mahogany neck has a 22-fret ebony fingerboard on top. Chrome-plated die-cast tuners are featured on the headstock. Original hard case.
Gretsch Guitars G6131SMY Malcolm Young I Signature SpecsBody Shape: LPS
Number of Strings: 6
Body Type: Semi-Hollowbody
Body Construction: Double cutaway
Body Wood: Mahogany
Body Top Wood: Laminated Maple
Neck Shape: Series Standard
Neck Joint: Dovetail
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Fingerboard Radius: 12.00″
Fingerboard Material: Ebony
Fingerboard Inlays: Offset Thumbnails
Number of Frets: 22
Nut Width: 1.6875″ (1-11/16″)
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Number of Pickups: 1
Bridge Pickup Type: Humbucker
Custom Features close
Inlaid pearloid Gretsch logo on headstock. Adjustable truss rod. Malcolm Young signature on trussrod cover. Zero fret. Bad-Ass six saddle wrap-around bridge.
Crafters of Tennesee Tut Taylor Tennessean Square Neck Resophonic Guitar. This is a quality, American made resophonic dobro made in Tennessee. It plays great and sounds even better. Comes with hardshell case.
The Tennessean is a top-flight Resophonic guitar – built with exceptional quality. The back and sides are of Honduran mahogany flanked by white binding. The top is also of Honduran mahogany, and is bound in white/black/white. The 12-fret Honduran mahogany neck has a square profile, and is topped with a bound Ebony fingerboard with intricate Abalone inlays. The peghead is solid, with an ebony overlay featuring the Tut Taylor® logo decal.
The Tom Anderson Hollow Drop Top is truly that of a classic electric guitar. It features the traditional tele cutaway design made of flame maple on an alder body. The sound quality from the Anderson Hollow Drop Top is excellent. It belts out the low-mid tones, with a perfect blend from the upper mids. It uses SA1R, SA1, and H2+ pickups, to help bring forth an effortless amplification, without distorting the mid frequencies. Not to mention, the Anderson Hollow Drop Top looks amazing with the quilt maple tortoise top.
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This is a 1970 Ampeg Dan Armstrong ”Plexi” Lucite Bass. This model was first introduced at NAMM in 1969. The neck is true and made of Maple, while the fingerboard is made of Rosewood. The neck scale length is 30.5″. A very cool bass with some great bottom end tone and plenty of punch. This bass weighs 4,7 kilo and comes without a case. Snr: D1107A which indicates that it´s an early 1970´s bass.(The 69’ers ended with snr D1100A). Non original Grover tuners.
Gibson 5 string banjo with added Keith (D) tuners. Comes with hardca