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1983 Fender Strat Walnut SOLD

1983 Fender Strat Walnut  SOLD

In 1981, the Fender Strat Walnut was introduced as a top-tier version of The Strat. The Fender Walnut Strat was built using American Black Walnut with a clear gloss finish for both the body and one-piece neck.

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1997 Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12

1997 Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12

The Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12 Doubleneck was introduced in 1997, as a new model and built in very small numbers. There isn’t a lot of demand for doublenecks in the first place. However, they are impressive on stage, and if you need one, there is no substitute!

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1968 Fender Telecaster Blonde (consignment) SOLD

1968 Fender Telecaster Blonde (consignment)  SOLD

The Fender Telecaster has been an extremely popular design since its introduction as the Broadcaster in 1950. Its tonal versatility, reliability and durability led to its use in a huge range of musical genres. On this 1968 Fender Telecaster, the blonde finish is in good original condition with some yellowing due to age. All parts other than strings are original

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circa 1830 Louis Panormo-School Guitar SOLD

circa 1830 Louis Panormo-School Guitar  SOLD

Louis Panormo was the most successful of all nineteenth-century London guitar makers. His clients included Trinidad Huerta Madame Pratten and probably Fernando Sor. He built guitars from 1822 to around 1855 when his nephew took over the business.

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1974 Fender Telecaster Blonde (consignment) SOLD

1974 Fender Telecaster Blonde (consignment)  SOLD

The Fender Telecaster is probably the most successful musical instrument design in history. It’s brilliantly simple yet highly versatile, extremely durable, and the fact that it’s easy to configure and customize has made it one of the most produced and copied guitar concepts.

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1921 Gibson Mandocello Style K1 SOLD

1921 Gibson Mandocello Style K1 SOLD

The Gibson Mandocello was built between 1902 and 1943, as the Style K1. The Style K2 was built from 1902 to 1922, and was basically a dressed-up version of the K1.

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