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Gibson SG Standard, 1974 (consignment) SOLD

Gibson SG Standard, 1974 (consignment) SOLD

The Gibson SG has been a workhorse since its introduction. Versatile and capable, it has been used in pretty much every style of music.

This 1974 example shows a fair amount of wear, which really means that the guitar has been used for its intended purpose and has proved it can really do the job!

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Teye ‘La Perla’ Electric Gypsy, 2009 (consignment) SOLD

Teye 'La Perla' Electric Gypsy, 2009 (consignment) SOLD

Built in Austin, Texas, this 2009 Teye ‘La Perla’ Electric Gypsy is something to behold! Heavily decorated with inlay and engraving using a wide range of materials, the ‘La Perla’ is near the top of Teye’s line.

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Rickenbacker Model 325C64 JetGlo, 2011 (consignment) SOLD

Rickenbacker Model 325C64 JetGlo, 2011 (consignment) SOLD

Based closely on the 1964 model, the Rickenbacker 325C64 brings forth memories from anyone exposed to the ‘British Invasion’ – or the Ed Sullivan show! – in the early and mid 1960’s. This 2011 example is in good condition and is really interesting to play – and of course it has that sound. Complete with Accent vibrato tailpiece.

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William Laskin – Indian Rosewood, 1974 (consignment) SOLD

William Laskin - Indian Rosewood, 1974 (consignment) SOLD

This lovely flat top from master luthier William Laskin is in great overall shape for its age and sells for $4500.

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Supro Sahara in Blue, 1965 (consignment) SOLD

Supro Sahara in Blue, 1965 (consignment) SOLD

Here’s a really cool, and well preserved, Supro Sahara from 1965 in Blue Metalflake! These guitars are a lot of fun to play and are quite attractive.

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Epiphone Rivoli Bass, 1966 (consignment) SOLD

Epiphone Rivoli Bass, 1966 (consignment) SOLD

Here’s a lovely 1966 Epiphone Rivoli bass. The Rivoli was introduced in 1959 and was extremely similar to Gibson’s EB-2. They were discontinued in the early 1960’s, but production started again in 1964 because these basses were favoured by many of the bands arriving in the US as part of the British Invasion.

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