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Fender Stratocaster Antigua Maple Neck Hard Tail, 1979

Fender Stratocaster Antigua Maple Neck Hard Tail, 1979

Fender produced the Stratocaster Antigua in limited numbers during the 1970’s. This unusual finish is like a grey to pale yellow sunburst, often with a greenish tint. The Antigua finish started as a way to fix a problem with burned binding on Coronados, and was extended to other models. Here we have a hard tail, maple neck version of the 1979 Stratocaster Antigua. Built in Fullerton, California while CBS still owned Fender, this guitar is in good, all original condition.

Price: $2750 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Heritage Burst, 2012

Gibson Les Paul Standard Heritage Burst, 2012

One of the workhorse guitars for almost all genres, the Gibson Les Paul Standard can also be spectacularly attractive in a combination of bookmatched flame maple and sunburst. This guitar and example of this effect, in a Les Paul Standard dating to February 20 2012 and built at the Gibson Nashville plant. The arched top, flame maple, and heritage burst finish are a stunning combination. This is what comes to mind when one thinks,  “Les Paul Standard”.

Price: $1999.99 CAD
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Paquet Esperanto 18 Archtop Guitar Cedar, 2018

Paquet Esperanto 18 Archtop Guitar Cedar, 2018

The Paquet Esperanto 18 X-braced top is carved Cedar and the guitar is built to allow the top unrestricted vibration. The soft Maple used for the sides, back and neck are from one tree and have been curing since 1998. The sides are double walled, Maple and Pine, with a thickness reaching nearly 1/2 inch, providing stiffness and support for the top and back.

Price: $3999.99 CAD
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Fender Duo Sonic II 24 Inch Scale Solidbody Electric White, 1966

Fender Duo Sonic II 24 Inch Scale Solidbody Electric White, 1966

Appearing in 1956 as a student model, the Fender Duo Sonic was a step up from its stable mate, the single pickup MusicMaster. These were short-scale guitars, sometimes called “3/4 size”, in scale lengths of 22.5 or 24 inches. In 1964, the model was revised as the Duo Sonic II, with strong references to the new-ish Mustang, but without the trem bridge. The Fender Mustang won out in the end, and the Duo Sonic went out of production in 1968.

Price: $2199.99 CAD
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Sold! Fender American Standard Telecaster Sunburst, 2012

Sold!  Fender American Standard Telecaster Sunburst, 2012

The Fender American Standard Telecaster updates the venerable, ultra reliable Tele design with modern concepts – Miro Tilt, Locking Tuners with staggered posts, six saddle bridge and comfort contour. These updates, small in themselves, make for definite improvements. The Micro Tilt neck adjustment appeared in the very early 1970’s and was one of Leo Fender’s last contributions at Fender

Price: $1100 CAD

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Gibson ES-175 Cutaway Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1969

Gibson ES-175 Cutaway Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1969

The Gibson ES-175 cutaway came onto the scene in 1949 as a single pickup archtop with a sharp florentine cutaway and Maple laminate body construction. The most popular electric archtop at the time was the ES-150, with carved spruce top and carved Maple back. The laminate construction of the new ES-175 was not only more affordable, but also offered better feedback resistance.

Price: $4999.99 CAD
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