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SOLD!!! Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998 (REDUCED)

SOLD!!! Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998 (REDUCED)

Every aspect of the Grosh Retro Classic is a complete re-design of the traditional “S”-style guitar, from the body dimensions, contours, balance and routing to the neck design, construction and head stock. The Retro Classic delivers harmonically rich tones with an ease of playability that is simply unmatched. Featuring master-grade woods, ultra-thin nitro-lacquer finish universal pickup routs, Kluson style locking tuners and a floating 1088 Gotoh trem.

Price: $1600.00 CAD

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SOLD!!! Gibson Explorer Koa Natural, 2004

SOLD!!! Gibson Explorer Koa Natural, 2004

By the late 1950’s Gibson head Ted McCarty was looking for futuristic, fresh new designs, and in 1958 the radically different Gibson Explorer, Flying V and supremely rare Moderne made appearances. None were successful at the time – fewer than 50 Explorers were built over a few years and the Moderne didn’t make it past prototype. Both the Explorer and Flying V were officially discontinued in 1959.

Price: $1250 CAD

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SOLD!!! Parker Fly Deluxe Metallic Purple, 1998

SOLD!!! Parker Fly Deluxe Metallic Purple, 1998

Over the years many builders have tried to incorporate new materials into guitars, particularly carbon fibre. The Parker Fly may be the most successful effort to date. In production for over a decade, this model has proven to be reliable and versatile.  And it’s light!
Part of the success of The Parker Fly is that it doesn’t rely on all synthetic materials. Rather, it uses wooden cores with carbon fibre shells, allowing natural resonance, stability and durability. At the time this Parker Fly Deluxe was made in 1998, the neck and body cores were poplar; currently the neck core is mahogany.

Price: $1999.99 CAD

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SOLD!!! Godin 5th Avenue Jazz Archtop Electric Guitar Natural, 2013

SOLD!!! Godin 5th Avenue Jazz Archtop Electric Guitar Natural, 2013

The Godin 5th Avenue Jazz is aimed squarely at the jazz guitarist using amplfiication, using an arched, laminated top and back with a single neck-mount mini humbucker. The design is classic and straight ahead.

Price: $1325 CAD

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar, 1964

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar, 1964

The Gibson ES-345 is the middle range of Gibson’s ES Thinline series and first appeared in 1958, using the new Seth Lover designed Humbucking pickups.
It’s a real treat to see and play a relatively early model ES-345, this one built in 1964 at the Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and especially one in such good physical and playing condition. This guitar has been refretted and plays very nicely. The finish is in good condition, especially considering that it’s been played enough to require a refret; there is a fair amount of finish wear on the back of the neck between the 3rd and 7th positions to bare wood, but there are no dents or dings.

Price: $15000 CAD

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Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Tobacco Sunburst, 2003

Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Tobacco Sunburst, 2003

The Gibson ES-345 appeared in 1958 with its sister models, the ES-335 and ES-355 as a groundbreaking solution to the problem posed by rapidly increasing guitar amplifier volumes. This design provides the tonal response of an archtop with the feedback resistance of a solidbody guitar.

Price: $3500 CAD
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