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1956 Gibson ES-225T (consignment) SOLD

1956 Gibson ES-225T (consignment) SOLD

Built from 1955 to 1959, the Gibson ES-225T was a thinline but fully hollow, single P-90 pickup, florentine cutaway guitar. In 1956, a two pickup version was introduced, the ES-225TD.

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1954 Guild X-350 Stratford Sunburst Archtop (consignment) SOLD

1954 Guild X-350 Stratford Sunburst Archtop (consignment) SOLD

Guild began producing instruments in 1952, and at opening its staff included a number of people from Epiphone who naturally brought their influences with them. The Guild X-350 Stratford was heavily influenced by the Epiphone Emperor Zephyr Regent, down to the pushbutton pickup selector.

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1984 Fender DAquisto Standard Archtop Black (consignment) SOLD

1984 Fender DAquisto Standard Archtop Black (consignment) SOLD

Here is a lovely 1984 Fender DAquisto Standard Archtop Black. In late 1983, in a co-operative effort with James D’Aquisto, Fender introduced the single-cutaway, fully hollow D’Aquisto Archtop as part of the Master Series. The Fender D’Aquisto models include the Elite (with one pickup and gold hardware) and the Standard (two pickups and chrome hardware).

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1951 Epiphone Zephyr Regent Archtop (consignment) SOLD

1951 Epiphone Zephyr Regent Archtop (consignment) SOLD

This is a 1951 Epiphone Zephyr Regent archtop model E312, in nearly original condition. This model was built between 1950 and 1958, in natural finish (model E311) and sunburst (model E312).

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Gibson ES-339 Studio

Gibson ES-339 Studio

The Gibson ES-339 Studio is a new model, with the great features of the smaller ES-339 thinline electric model stripped down to the essentials. The Studio version has the same construction and tone, but with softer, unbound body edges and with master volume and tone controls; it is available in Sunburst and Ebony (black).

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1950s Arnold Hoyer Archtop Herr im Frack SOLD

1950s Arnold Hoyer Archtop Herr im Frack SOLD

The Arnold Hoyer archtop Herr im Frack, or “Gentleman in Tails’ was introduced in the late 1940s and was popular throughout the 1950s as a professional quality guitar. These instruments were very important as quality guitars were in short supply during the long recovery from the war.

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