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SOLD!!! Gibson Les Paul Special 1960 Reissue Translucent White, 2004

SOLD!!! Gibson Les Paul Special 1960 Reissue Translucent White, 2004

The Gibson Les Paul Special first appeared in 1955 as a budget version of the carved-top Les Paul, with a simple flat Mahogany slab body, Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard and a pair of P-90 pickups. It was originally produced until 1959, and brought back from 1989 to 1998, then from 2002 to 2006.

Price: $2250 CAD

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C. F. Martin D-21 Steel String Guitar, 1967

C. F. Martin D-21 Steel String Guitar, 1967

The Martin D-21 is less common than its classic D-18 and D-26 brethren. Drawing on the same Dreadnought body design, the D-21 combines D-18 level decoration with the D-28 wood choice of Rosewood for the back, sides and headplate. In 1967, the word ‘Rosewood’ almost always meant Brazilian Rosewood, and this D-21 uses a very nicely figured set. By 1969, Martin had stopped offering Brazilian as an option.

Price: $6250 CAD
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Godin A5 Fretless 5-String Bass Natural 2006

Godin A5 Fretless 5-String Bass Natural 2006

The Godin A5 fretless 5-string bass is an interesting instrument. It is the logical progression of guitars built for Chet Atkins by Gibson. Chet had shifted almost totally to using nylon stringed guitars, but there are well known problems with classical guitars and high stage volumes. Gibson produced the Chet Atkins CEC – Cutaway Electric Classical, a somewhat chambered mahogany slab with spruce top and set mahogany neck, built to use nylon strings and with a six-element piezo bridge pickup.

Price: $800 CAD
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Gibson SG ’61 Reissue Cherry Red, 2007

Gibson SG '61 Reissue Cherry Red, 2007

Gibson SG ’61 Reissue Cherry Red, 2007

Price: $1500 CAD
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Fender Precision Bass Sunburst 1966

Fender Precision Bass Sunburst 1966

Leo Fender’s Precision Bass had a profound and overwhelming effect on the way music has been presented. The ‘Precision’ name refers to the ease of precise intonation, not always the case with fretless acoustic basses. Most bassists rapidly shifted to using fretted electric basses. With better tuning and much greater portability, the P-Bass was an instant hit.

Price: $6350 CAD
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