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1999 Gretsch G6122-62 Country Classic II (consignment) No Longer Available

1999 Gretsch G6122-62 Country Classic II (consignment) No Longer Available

From the 1950’s, The Gretsch company had a long association with Chet Atkins, and a number of models bore his name and the ‘Country Gentleman’ label. Later, the artist endorsement moved to Gibson, and Gretsch no longer had the rights to either the name or the label.

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1968 Gibson ES-345 TDC Stereo (consignment) SOLD

1968 Gibson ES-345 TDC Stereo (consignment) SOLD

The ES-345 model with stereo and varitone was next to top of the line for Gibson thinlines – the next step was the ES-355, with the same general features but an ebony fingerboard, block position markers, more binding, and often a Bigsby or Maestro Vibrola.

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1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar (consignment) SOLD

1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar (consignment)  SOLD

This 1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar is in excellent all-original condition, with no real marks or wear. As t the ‘T’ model, it’s unusual in having one pickup – mounted in the center position rather than in the neck or bridge positions.

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1939 Epiphone Masterbilt Broadway Archtop Guitar (consignment) SOLD

1939 Epiphone Masterbilt Broadway Archtop Guitar (consignment)  SOLD

In the time between the World Wars, giant archtops ruled the Earth’s stages and bandstands, and in that period, Epiphone was one of the most dominant names. During the 1930’s, Epiphone used the ‘Masterbilt’ label to denote higher-end instruments.

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2004 Natural Rickenbacker 360 Guitar (consignment) SOLD

2004 Natural Rickenbacker 360 Guitar (consignment) SOLD

This is a 2004 Natural Rickenbacker 360 Guitar in great condition,

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1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst (consignment) No Longer Available

1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst (consignment) No Longer Available

This 1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst is in great condition, visually and in terms of playability. It has been refretted professionally, so it’s ready to be played for many years to come. This is one of the 16-fret versions; later revisions of the instrument had the neck joining the body at the 19th fret, which changed the tone and perhaps weakened the neck joint.

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