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1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico (Consignment) SOLD

1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico (Consignment) SOLD

Here’s a real treat: a very good condition 1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico, built in the Gibson Custom Shop at Nashville, Tennessee. The Gibson ES-5 was first produced in 1949, as an alternate electric model of the L-5. Intended for jazz players, the ES-5 had three pickups and lots of controls to allow subtle tonal adjustments.

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2008 Gold Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II SOLD

2008 Gold Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II  SOLD

This is a wild 2008 Gold Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II! Custom built for a prominent Canadian touring band, this unusual instrument has been well maintained and is ready for the stage or set. Paul Reed Smith introduced the McCarty Archtop and Archtop II in 1998, but discontinued it in 2000. Most of the McCarty archtops have carved mahogany back and mahogany sides, and spruce top. This Archtop II,(and its silver-sparkle sister) has carved maple top and back, and maple sides.

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2008 Silver Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II SOLD

2008 Silver Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II  SOLD

This is a spectactular 2008 Silver Sparkle PRS McCarty Archtop II! Custom built for a touring band, this unusual instrument has been well maintained and is ready for the stage or set. Paul Reed Smith introduced the McCarty archtop in 1998, and this version was produced until 2000.

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Pensa Custom MK-1 2000 (Consignment) SOLD

Pensa Custom MK-1 2000 (Consignment) SOLD

Here is a lovely Pensa Custom MK-1 in excellent condition selling for $3999.99.

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2007 Collings I-35 Deluxe (consignment) SOLD

2007 Collings I-35 Deluxe (consignment)  SOLD

Here’s a pristine 2007 Collings I-35 Deluxe, built in Austin, Texas. Collings’ attention to detail and build quality are incredibly high and they produce stunningly beautiful instruments.

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1965 Airline Professional Model No Longer Available

1965 Airline Professional Model No Longer Available

This is 1965 Airline Professional Model, 3-pickup electric with stock Bigsby tailpiece.

Airlines were found mostly in Montgomery-Ward catalogues in the 1960’s. While it now seems odd that electric guitars could be harder to come by, this was the case during the early 1960’s. Department store mail-order catalogues were a major player in the mass distribution of lower-cost instruments, and that’s how most of these instruments found their homes.

Airlines were made by Valco, who also produced National and Supro instruments.

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