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Ernie Ball Music Man Bongo 5 HH Bass Burgundy, 2011

Ernie Ball Music Man Bongo 5 HH Bass Burgundy, 2011

Introduced in 2003 and still in production, the Ernie Ball Music Man Bongo 5 HH Bass features active electronics for its pair of humbucking pickups. At its core, the Bongo bass draws from the classic, proven bolt-on designs developed during the early 1950s. However, it is considerably more advanced and available in 4, 5 and 6 string versions, all with 24 frets. These are very versatile, reliable basses with a huge range.

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Price: $2200 CAD
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Fender Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster Oxblood 2014

Fender Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster Oxblood 2014

Based largely on 1965 specifications, the Fender Troy Van Leeuwen Jazzmaster combines a classic offset Alder body with a Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard sporting binding and block inlays. The gloss polyester finish is an interesting metallic Oxblood tone, and that’s applied to the front of the headstock as well.

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Price: $1350 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Traditional Lemon Burst, 2016

Gibson Les Paul Traditional Lemon Burst, 2016

Appearing around 2008, the Gibson Les Paul Traditional delivers a 1980’s style Les Paul Standard often with some weight relief. Dating to 2012 and built at the Nashville plant, this Gibson Les Paul Traditional sports a Honey Burst finish on a relatively plain top – the finish code is LPTDZ16LMCH3 – and under the hood has the moderate Gibson ‘Traditional’ weight relief system.

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Price: $1800 CAD
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Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Translucent Gold, 2011

Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Translucent Gold, 2011

The Ernie Ball Music Man Axis is a straight ahead model, built to reliably deliver rock performance – a Basswood body with Maple cap, bolt on Maple neck, a pair of humbuckers, and a Floyd Rose double locking system are the core components. Introduced in 1996, the Ernie Ball Music Man Axis has been a popular design. It does exactly what it’s designed to do, and very well. The combination of a Maple capped Basswood body and Maple bolt on neck provide excellent tone, with lots of warmth but also clarity and separation.

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Price: $1799 CAD
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They’re Back! Hofner HCT-500/1 SB Violin Bass Contemporary Beatle Bass

They're Back! Hofner HCT-500/1 SB Violin Bass Contemporary Beatle Bass

This new HCT-500/1 Violin Bass is made in China, but utilizes the original German made Höfner HS11B ‘Staple-Top’ pick-ups with a control panel that includes 2 volume controls, 2 circuit breakers and Rhythm/Solo switches for volume Boost … like the original issues!

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Price: $1299 CAD
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Heritage H 525 PTD VSB Thinline Electric, 2007

Heritage H 525 PTD VSB Thinline Electric, 2007

This Heritage H 525 is a PTD VSB model, built during 2007 at the Heritage plant, 525 Parsons Street Kalamazoo Michigan – the old Gibson facility. The H 525 does not presently appear in Heritage listings on on its website.  P T D stands for P90s, Thinline, Dual Pickup, while VSB means ‘Vintage Sun Burst’ (thanks to a customer for clarifying ‘PTD’).

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Price: $2100 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ F Bass Fretless Bass, Maple and Poplar, 1982

‼️Reduced‼️ F Bass Fretless Bass, Maple and Poplar, 1982

This F Bass Fretless bass uses three woods – Flamed Maple for the neck, Poplar for the wings, and African Blackwood for the fingerboard. It uses a neck-through construction. For hardware, Schaller tuners are at the head, and a Leo Quan Badass bridge with a riser. Electronics are passive and consist of a Aguilar AG4J-HC pickup in the bridge position, paired with a Hi-A (High-Asymmetry) pickup in the neck position. This bass originally shipped with a Seymour Duncan Jazz pickup in the bridge position.

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Price: $2150 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Harmony H54 Guitar and H305A Amp Set, 1960

‼️Reduced‼️  Harmony H54 Guitar and H305A Amp Set, 1960

Here we’re looking at something relatively rare – a Harmony guitar and amp set purchased together around 1960, and from their condition, it looks like they were quickly put away. These two pieces, especially the Harmony H54 guitar, are among the cleanest we’ve seen from that period. The nitrocellulose lacquer finish on Harmony guitars from the 1950s and 1960s was thin, and easily damaged with normal use.

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Price: $1750 CAD
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Gretsch Country Club G6196TSP-2G Archtop Smoke Gray and Violet, 2010

Gretsch Country Club G6196TSP-2G Archtop Smoke Gray and Violet, 2010

The Gretsch Country Club appeared in 1954 as one of Gretsch’s early electric guitars and targeted at the higher end jazz player needing a full size, 17 inch body and solid Spruce top. This model was in production until Gretsch folded in 1981, reappeared between 1995 and 1999 as a US built reissue, and again since 2001 as a pro-line model, Made in Japan by Terada.

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Price: $3000 CAD
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‼️ Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul R9 ‘Real Feel’ 16 of 25, Burst 2003

‼️ Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul R9 'Real Feel' 16 of 25, Burst 2003

This Gibson Les Paul R9 ‘Real Feel’ very rare instrument is in very good condition, with light wear. As these replicate the original, relatively thin nitrocellulose lacquer finishes, there is an amount of natural, expected finish sinking into the pores of the Mahogany back and neck, and light belt buckle or jean-rivet marking in an expected area on the back.

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Price: $8999.99 CAD
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Fender Sting Precision Bass Sunburst, 2004

Fender Sting Precision Bass Sunburst, 2004

The Fender Sting Precision Bass is based on the 1953 bass used by Gordon Sumner – Sting – on his recording and performances with The Police and solo work. It was built between 2001 and 2013 at the Fuji Gen plant in Matsumoto, Japan for Fender Japan. Introduced in 1951, the Fender Precision bass is a landmark instrument, and influenced the way that music is performed and presented. Easily and consistently providing a precise pitch – hence the ‘Precision’ name – was a new concept for bassists, who all used upright, acoustic fretless instruments.

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Price: $1400 CAD
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Duesenberg Pomona 6 Lap Steel with MultiBender

Duesenberg Pomona 6 Lap Steel with MultiBender

Built in Germany to update the concept of the lap steel, the Duesenberg Pomona 6 brings in features otherwise found on pedal steels, in particular a movable capo and the Multi Bender. Built with a slab of Mahogany carrying a pair of humbucking pickups, a sliding capo and a palm-lever operated pitch-raising ‘Multi Bender’ tailpiece based on the old Bigsby Palm Pedal design, the Pomona is a fully professional grade lap steel.

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Price: $2300 CAD
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Gretsch G6120 DSW Archtop Electric Guitar Orange, 2009

Gretsch G6120 DSW Archtop Electric Guitar Orange, 2009

Based on early 1950’s models, the Gretsch G6120 DSW Chet Atkins model is probably the iconic Gretsch with its G brand in the top and ‘Western’ motif inlays. A fully hollow guitar with tone bars and a soundpost for support, the DSW designation indicates that Dyna Sonic pickups are installed, and the Western decorations are used. The Gretsch 6120 was very popular and influential after its prototypes were presented in 1954 to Chet Atkins, then a rising and very respected guitarist, session player and producer.

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Price: $2999.99 CAD
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Jon Perry CS Series Semihollow Electric Guitar Sunburst, 2014

Jon Perry CS Series Semihollow Electric Guitar Sunburst, 2014

The Jon Perry CS is a single cutaway, thinline guitar built in Toronto using a Maple top and back set on a Mahogany core. Jon Perry builds in the south western part of downtown Toronto, and builds three basic styles – the CS series, a chambered solidbody creating the impression of a traditional thinline; the AT series, a small bodied archtop guitar; and the S Series of solidbody guitars, often in a ‘T style’ design. He has run his shop since 2014.

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Price: $1800 CAD
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Gibson Byrdland Florentine Cutaway Sunburst, 1968

Gibson Byrdland Florentine Cutaway Sunburst, 1968

The Gibson Byrdland Florentine cutaway model originally had a rounded, ‘Venetian’ cutaway between its introduction in 1955 and 1960, and regained the Venetian cutaway in 1969. Modern Custom Shop ‘reissue’ models are available with either shape, since 1992. The Byrdland had its origins in the requirements of busy working session guitarists – two working session guitarists in particular. Hank Garland and Billy Byrd were two of the top Nashville players throughout the 1950’s.

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Price: $6999.99 CAD
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Gibson ES345 TD Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1966

Gibson ES345 TD Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1966

Here is a very nice and largely original Gibson ES345 TD in sunburst finish and with a Trapeze tailpiece, built during 1966 at the Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  On the label, the TD in the model name stand for ‘Thinline Double Pickup’. Sometimes you’ll see a ‘C’ added, which denotes Cherry finish. ‘ES’ stands for Electric Spanish, referring to the way the instrument is built and played – another Gibson option was ‘EH’ for Electric Hawaiian, used on steel and lap steel guitars played with a bar, steel or slide.

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Price: $6500 CAD
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Furlanetto F Bass 6 String Sunburst, 1989

Furlanetto F Bass 6 String Sunburst, 1989

This Furlanetto F Bass 6 String dating to 1989 and built using an Ash body is paired with a one-piece Maple neck and Macassar Ebony fingerboard. The bass is wrapped in a very nicely executed Nitrocellulose Lacquer sunburst finish. Hardware is straightforward for a six string bass – there are six Gotoh tuners with mini bodies at the head and a massive, fully adjustable six saddle bridge.

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Price: $2750 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Left Handed Black, 1986

Gibson Les Paul Standard Left Handed Black, 1986

Here we have a Gibson Les Paul Standard Left Handed model, in gloss black! Dating to 1986, this example is in overall good condition with a few bumps. Production of left handed Gibson Les Paul models has never been extensive, but does date back to the late 1950’s. There are at least three known, surviving left handed Les Paul Standards built between 1958 and 1960, which indicates how few were really made.

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Price: $2250 CAD
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Hagstrom Swede Mahogany, 1973

Hagstrom Swede Mahogany, 1973

Built from 1970 to 1982 at the Alvdalen, Sweden plant, the Hagstrom Swede was a major step for the Swedish builder and this Mahogany example illustrates how good these guitars were. Before evolving into the 1979 set-neck Super Swede, the Swede used a bolt-on design and did not have a zero fret. This example dates to 1973 and was 44th in its production batch.

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Price: $999.99 CAD
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Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Sunburst, 2006

Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Sunburst, 2006

Drawing from 1957 specifications, the Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster is built from a light-weight two-piece Alder body, and a one-piece Maple neck. (This model is also available with a Rosewood fingerboard). Since Johnson removes the backplate, it’s not installed on the signature model and mounting holes are not drilled.   The tuners are a staggered set – the posts for the high E, B and G strings are shortened to increase downbearing at the nut without requiring a string tree, which can add friction.  

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Price: $1750 CAD
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Ernie Ball Music Man Reflex HH Guitar White, 2009

Ernie Ball Music Man Reflex HH Guitar White, 2009

The Ernie Ball Music Man Reflex HH guitar appeared during late 2009 and was built until 2017, when it underwent a number of electronic improvements and became ‘The Game Changer’. Somewhat similar to the Axis line, the Ernie Ball Music Man Reflex HH uses three woods for the body – a Basswood shell, Mahogany tone block, and a Maple cap. The neck is a traditional Maple, with either an integrated Maple fingerboard or a Rosewood slab board.

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Price: $1600 CAD
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Gibson Flying V Black, 1993

Gibson Flying V Black, 1993

The Gibson Flying V was introduced in 1958 as part of an effort by Ted McCarty to modernize Gibson’s reputation with futuristic designs, along with the Explorer and the only-prototyped Moderne. While a few prominent players immediately picked up the Flying V, it was not popular and production ceased by 1959. During 1963, a few were built from leftover parts, but the two initial 1958 production batches totaled around 80 instruments.

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Price: $1400 CAD
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Epiphone Howard Roberts Standard Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1965

Epiphone Howard Roberts Standard Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1965

Built from 1964 to 1970, the Epiphone Howard Roberts Standard takes cues from very early Gibson archtops – specifically, the oval sound hole on an arched Spruce top. Apparently, 290 of these guitars were made, from introduction until Epiphone construction was moved out of Kalamazoo and sent overseas.At his peak, Howard Roberts was at the top of the session world, for a time doing nine hundred sessions a year.There were two versions of the Epiphone Howard Roberts – the Custom and Standard.

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Price: $4750 CAD
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Espanada H63 Archtop Electric by Harmony, Black, 1960

Espanada H63 Archtop Electric by Harmony, Black, 1960

The Espanada H63, a full size hollowbody archtop electric, was built by Harmony from 1955 until 1964 and during the 1950s carried distinctive ‘Harmometal’ aluminum binding.At its peak, Harmony – based in Chicago, Illinois – was the largest musical instrument builder in the USA, which by default made them the largest in the world.

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Price: $999.99 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Ernie Ball MusicMan Axis SuperSport LTD Rosewood Hardtail, 2008

‼️Reduced‼️ Ernie Ball MusicMan Axis SuperSport LTD Rosewood Hardtail, 2008

Based on a Rosewood-capped Basswood body paired with an asymmetrical, oil-finish birds-eye Maple neck, the Ernie Ball MusicMan Axis SuperSport LTD hard tail delivers straight ahead performance. Here we’re looking at a 2008 model Erie Ball MusicMan Axis Super Sport, built in San Luis Opispo, California. This is an LTD or Limited Edition model featuring an Indian Rosewood cap on a comfort contoured Basswood body, a pair of humbuckers and the optional hard tail bridge

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Price: $1875 CAD
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‼Reduced‼ Gibson ES-5 Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1949

‼Reduced‼ Gibson ES-5 Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1949

The Gibson ES-5 appeared in 1949 and was the first ES – Electric Spanish – guitar with three pickups.   Originally equipped only with rotary pots for volume and tone controls, this model was revised in 1955 as the ES-5 Switchmaster.     Using a full size cutaway archtop body made with maple laminates for feedback rejection, the original ES-5 had individual volume controls and one master tone control.   Depending on the pot rotation, you could have all three pickups at any blend level. 

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Price: $7999.99 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Studio ‘Les Paul 100’ Manhattan Midnight Blue, 2015

Gibson Les Paul Studio 'Les Paul 100' Manhattan Midnight Blue, 2015

The Gibson Les Paul Studio line delivers all the core features of a Les Paul at a lower price, and this is largely achieved by reducing decoration. The body and neck are not bound, and the Maple top is a ‘B’ grade, which is a visual rating (and it should be noted that many historic ‘Gold Top’ models also used Maple of this grade). However, there’s no skimping on the hardware.

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Price: $999.99 CAD
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Norfolk Jasmine Thinline Electric Flame Maple, 2018

Norfolk Jasmine Thinline Electric Flame Maple, 2018

The Norfolk Jasmine comes to us from a new company operating from the Cambridge, Ontario area. Based on a popular single cutaway thinline body, the Norfolk Jasmine offers top quality woods and materials in a well built package. The Jasmine uses a chambered Mahogany body with bookmatched flame Maple cap.

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Price: $2499 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Firebird V 1965 Reissue Tobacco Burst, 2011

‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Firebird V 1965 Reissue Tobacco Burst, 2011

The Gibson Firebird V appeared in 1963 as part of a wave of new models inspired by Ray Dietrich, a prominent Detroit auto designer.

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Price: $4499.99 CAD
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National Resolectric Solidbody Resophonic Guitar Sunburst

National Resolectric Solidbody Resophonic Guitar Sunburst

Built in San Luis Obispo California, the National ResoLectric blends the resophonic and solidbody electric guitar concepts,to great success.Very similar in design to the ResoLectric Revolver, the National Resolectric uses the familiar pairing of a flame Maple top on a Mahogany body that’s routed for the resonator and electric pickups, and a bolt-on flame Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard. The headplate is a faux pearl covering.   

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Price: $3889 CAD
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National ResoPhonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

National ResoPhonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

Built in San Luis Obispo California, the National Revolver Resolectric blends the resophonic and solidbody electric guitar concepts,to great success.Very similar in design to the ResoLectric, the National Revolver uses a solid Mahogany body that’s routed for the resonator and electric pickups, and a bolt-on Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard. The headplate is a faux pearl covering.

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Price: $3889 CAD
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Fender Jazz Bass Refinished Sunburst, 1966

Fender Jazz Bass Refinished Sunburst, 1966

The Fender Jazz Bass appeared in 1960, at a time when Fender dominated the electric guitar and bass market, but needed to introduce new models. The Jazz Bass Intended as a Deluxe instrument with a very different sound, look and feel from the Precision Bass, which had in a few years become a standard. However, the P-Bass was not fully accepted by Jazz players, and Fender wanted to expand their market to include them.

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Price: $4500 CAD
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Rickenbacker 330/12 Thinline Electric 12 String Fireglo, 1987

Rickenbacker 330/12 Thinline Electric 12 String Fireglo, 1987

Introduced in 1965 as a dressed down version of 1964’s groundbreaking 360/12, the Rickenbacker 330/12 was immediately popular. The 330 model guitars used the pointed horns and sharper corners of the early 360 models, but without binding body or neck binding and with dot instead of triangle position markers. In 1965, the 360 body shifted to a New Style, with rounded top edges and cutaway horns, and while this has been the most prominent body shape for the 360, the 330 and 330/12 have retained their original shape.

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Price: $2400 CAD
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Reduced❗️ Fender Jazz Bass 1975 Reissue Natural, 2001

Reduced❗️  Fender Jazz Bass 1975 Reissue Natural, 2001

The Fender Jazz Bass used the same proven Fender construction, with an Alder or Ash body and bolt on Maple neck. At 1960, Fender was learning how to add Rosewood fingerboards to their necks, and this was partly to win Gibson players over. The Jazz Bass had the new ‘offset’ body style, and a pair of single coil pickups. The earliest models used two concentric pots, each controlling volume and tone for one pickup. This soon gave way to the modern layout, of two volumes and one master tone control.

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Price: $1500 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ PRS DGT David Grissom Trem Honeyburst, 2013

‼️Reduced‼️ PRS DGT David Grissom Trem Honeyburst, 2013

The PRS DGT David Grissom Trem model starts with the basic McCarty design, but alters the neck shape, pickups, and control layout, adds higher frets, and carries a vintage style trem bridge. It uses the proven formula of a carved Maple cap on a mahogany body, mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard. This model was introduced in 2007. Here we’re looking at a PRS DGT model built during 2013 at the PRS shop in Stevensville, Maryland, with a lovely honey burst finish. This guitar is in overall good condition with a few small dings, minor fretwear and minor play wear.

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Price: $3199 CAD
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Fender American Special Jazz Bass White, 2011

Fender American Special Jazz Bass White, 2011

The Fender American Special Jazz Bass appeared during 2011, and features an Alder body with Maple neck, Pau Ferro fingerboard, and Vintage Alnico pickups. Very similar to the American Standard series, the American Special most visibly features the Greasebucket tone circuit, which rolls off highs while maintaining low-end definition.Fender introduced the Jazz Bass during 1960, and offered a much narrower neck than the wildly successful Precision Bass, and a pair of single coil pickups, with two pole pieces per string.

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Price: $1000 CAD
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Hofner Violin Bass 500/1 Vintage Finish 1963 Relic, 2018

Hofner Violin Bass 500/1 Vintage Finish 1963 Relic, 2018

The Hofner Violin Bass 500/1 Vintage Relic is a limited production bass built to order, reproducing the 1963 instrument built for Paul McCartney.

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Price: $4099 CAD
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Teye Coyote NAMM Prototype Copper, 2014

Teye Coyote NAMM Prototype Copper, 2014

This Teye Coyote from 2014 is one of the rarest types of instruments, a trade show prototype built to spark and gauge interest in the concept before production really begins. The classic Gretsch White Falcon was introduced this way, as a showcase at 1954 trade show. That showcase drove a lot of orders, which was a little awkward because Gretsch hadn’t intended it a production item!

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Price: $3600 CAD
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Rickenbacker 4001S Bass FireGlo, 1973

Rickenbacker 4001S Bass FireGlo, 1973

This Rickenbacker 4001S Bass Burgundy Glo dates to February of 1973 and was built, like all other Rics, at Rickenbacker’s facility in Santa Ana, California. It has clearly been played and used as intended, and is bright, resonant and crisp. 

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Price: $4850 CAD
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‼️ Reduced‼️ Fender Jazzmaster Offset Body Electric Olympic White, 1966

‼️ Reduced‼️ Fender Jazzmaster Offset Body Electric Olympic White, 1966

This is an all original Fender Jazzmaster in its original Olympic White finish with matching headstock, with a neck date reading 13OCT66 or a Jazzmaster built during October, 1966; the 13 is a product code for either Stratocasters or Jazzmasters of that period. 

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Price: $6050.00 CAD
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National Resolectric Revolver Sunburst, 2014

National Resolectric Revolver Sunburst, 2014

The National Resolectric Revolver is a hybrid instrument, combining a single cone resonator with both a Lollar P-90 and a Highlander undersaddle piezo pickup system on a thin body. The unmistakable tone and bark of a resophonic guitar are available in a compact, lightweight package that works on well amplified stages.The National Resolectric Revolver is similar to the National Resolectric – the difference is in the woods used.

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Price: $2899 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Fender Stratocaster Antigua Maple Neck Hard Tail, 1979

‼️Reduced‼️  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.

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Price: $2550 CAD
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Gibson L5CES Archtop Electric Guitar Demonstrator, Crimson 2013

Gibson L5CES Archtop Electric Guitar Demonstrator, Crimson 2013

The Gibson L-5CES is a big guitar, built for use on the largest bandstands. The 17 inch wide body features a carved Spruce top and a carved Flame Maple back. The sides are matching Flame Maple, and the neck is a five-piece design using three Flame Maple sections with a pair of Walnut strips between the joins. The bridge and bound fingerboard are Ebony.

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Price: $9999.99 CAD
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Gibson ES-175D Sunburst, 1967

Gibson ES-175D Sunburst, 1967

The Gibson ES-175D was the most common variant of this workhorse archtop, and first appeared in 1953. The D indicated Double Pickups, and the original single pickup version was made in smaller numbers until 1971. The ES-175 was produced from 1949 until 2017, and appeared on countless stages and recordings. Based on a single cutaway, 16.25 inch wide but full depth arched-top F hole body, the ES-175 uses Maple laminates for the body, which improves feedback rejection.

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Price: $4199.99 CAD
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PRS Standard 24, Trans Red 1995

PRS Standard 24, Trans Red 1995

The PRS Standard 24 model was introduced in 1998 and built till 2009, and was based on the very successful original PRS design, with a solid Mahogany body and Rosewood fingerboard. This example dates to 1995 and is in good original condition. Fretwear is minimal and while there are a few small dents and scratches, overall the finish is in good shape. The PRS contouring and carving makes for a very comfortable, well balanced guitar.

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Price: $1700 CAD
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Alistair Miller Spanish T, Deep Forest Green 2018

Alistair Miller Spanish T, Deep Forest Green 2018

Here’s a new Alastair Miller Spanish T style guitar, built with a reclaimed Spanish Cedar body, African Wenge neck, and sporting a deep forest green finish. While new, this guitar features a ‘reliced’ aesthetic. Miller frequently uses reclaimed woods in his guitars, as seen in his successful ‘Barncaster’ models built using timbers from an old barn at a family property. Here, Spanish Cedar lumber has been reworked into a T-style body.

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Price: $3699.99 CAD
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Rickenbacker Ken Roberts Electro Spanish Guitar, 1935

Rickenbacker Ken Roberts Electro Spanish Guitar, 1935

The Ken Roberts model not only has a pickup, the neck is also ‘extended’ to meet the body at the 17th fret, and it has a vibrato tailpiece designed by Doc Kaufman. This exceptionally rare example is in good playing condition. Most people associate the first electric guitars with Leo Fender or the Gibson Les Paul, but the Rickenbacker ‘Frying Pan’ lap steel guitar predated those by almost two decades, appearing in 1931.

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Price: $4500 CAD
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Gibson ES-335TD Thinline Electric Guitar Walnut, 1975

Gibson ES-335TD Thinline Electric Guitar Walnut, 1975

The Gibson ES-335TD was an immediate hit at its 1958 introduction as a thinline, two pickup, double cutaway archtop electric. It addressed many of the needs professional guitarists had dealing with ever-increasing stage volumes while retaining the classic archtop tone profile. Over the years, the specs have changed somewhat, but the model has remained in constant production and has been seen and heard on countless stages and studios.

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Price: $3150 CAD
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Alhambra Z-Nature CW EZ Student Cutaway Classical Guitar

Alhambra Z-Nature CW EZ Student Cutaway Classical Guitar

The Alhambra Z-Nature CW EZ is part of Alhambra’s Student Cutaway line, intended for advancing students who need a cutaway model for modern repertoire, or for players who want the responsiveness of a nylon string guitar with the versatility of a cutaway. The Alhambra 5P is built with quality solid and laminate woods, and here we’re seeing it with a solid Red Cedar top and laminated Mahogany for the sides, back, and solid Rosewood for the headplate and bridge.

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Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2

Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2

This Alhambra Crossover CS-3 CW E2 is an excellent solution to those who are willing to express modern music with a classy touch.  With a neck of 48 mm and its flexibility of fine quality of Cedar top, this instrument has the versatility of giving you a beautiful sound plugged or unplugged. The elegant design of its headstock will allow musicians to display style and project a sound that matches the look of this amazing instrument.

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Dean Hardtail Limited Edition Purple 30/100, 2001

Dean Hardtail Limited Edition Purple 30/100, 2001

Introduced in 2001, the Dean HardTail is one of the less common Dean models. Not as wild as some of Dean Zelinsky’s designs, the HardTail is a straight ahead but classy guitar. Dean Zelinsky founded his company in 1976 in Chicago, Illinois and began producing guitars using inventive and radical shapes. THese often drew on designs such as the Explorer and Flying V, but only as a starting point; they were much more visually arresting in terms of shapes and finishes. Dean guitars quickly became popular with major acts on the world’s largest stages.

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Price: $2500 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.

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Price: $3999.99 CAD
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Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Blue 2018

Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Blue 2018

Here’s a cool new bass from Fender’s Player Series – the Fender Player Jaguar Bass. It’s built in Corona, Mexico and is affordably priced new take on a P-J bass with an offset body!
This new design starts with proven principles that deliver reliability and tonal versatility. A one-piece Maple neck is paired with an offset Alder body, and a P-J pickup set – that’s a Precision Bass style pickup, with a Jazz Bass bridge pickup with individual volume and master tone controls- handles the electronics. A fully adjustable Fender bridge and open-gear tuners complete the hardware.

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Price: $849 CAD
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Ibanez Artcore Expressionist Vintage Archtop Electric, 2018

Ibanez Artcore Expressionist Vintage Archtop Electric, 2018

The Artcore Expressionist uses a fully hollow body with arched top and back, with a laminated Spruce top (the ES-175 uses laminate maple here) paired with laminated Flame maple for the back and sides. The neck is a 3-piece Maple and Mahogany design with a bound Ebony fingerboard, and block position markers of Acrylic.

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Price: $879.99 CAD
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Hofner 1961 Cavern Bass 500/1 Left Handed Sunburst, 2015

Hofner 1961 Cavern Bass 500/1 Left Handed Sunburst, 2015

The Hofner 1961 Cavern bass was very popular in Europe during the late 1950s and early 1960’s. American built instruments were rare and expensive, and use by wildly successful bands such as The Beatles made everyone want one. At the time, the tiny Cavern Club in London was one of the key venues for aspiring bands to appear, and The Beatles played there so often the club name became closely associated with the band.

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Price: $3950 CAD
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Epiphone Granada E444T Thinline Archtop Sunburst, 1965

Epiphone Granada E444T Thinline Archtop Sunburst, 1965

The Epiphone Granada E444T is much like the Gibson ES-125T, and was built in the Gibson Kalamazoo plant from 1962 to 1970. A non-cutaway thinline archtop, the Granada E444T has a large plastic plate that mounts the controls and a Melody Maker style single coil pickup. The sunburst nitrocellulose lacquer finish has faded nicely, and there is natural checking around the instrument. There are a few small dings and scratches on the back, but otherwise it is in good condition.

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Price: $1550 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Alastair Miller Barncaster, Rosewood on Barnboard 2018

‼️Reduced‼️ Alastair Miller Barncaster, Rosewood on Barnboard 2018

The Miller Barncaster is a take on the classic Tele design appearing in a number of variations. This Alastair Miller Barncaster, Rosewood on Barn board model was created in Alastair Miller’s shop using a barnboard core capped with Indian Rosewood and a Cocobolo neck, and custom wound Miller Pig Farmer pickups. The bridge pickup measures 7.4K ohms, the bridge 8.5K ohms. The other components are also top quality CTS pots with vintage era cap, and Switchcraft jack and switch.   The pickguard is lacquered Bakelite.  

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Price: $3799.99 CAD
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Ibanez AGS73FM Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar Black

Ibanez AGS73FM Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar Black

The Ibanez AGS73FM Thinline Archtop features a select-grade maple top, back, and sides. The fretboard is warm, bound Rosewood, contrasted by brilliant block inlays. The Artcore mahogany neck has proven its reliability on thousands of Ibanez hollow and semi-hollow bodies throughout the years.  The Classic Elite pickups are moderate output, warm in tone, yet very responsive for various music genres. Sure Grip III knobs provide non-slip functionality and an ART-1 bridge provides improved sustain and tuning stability. Case sold separately.

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Price: $719 CAD
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Ibanez RGA1X6FM 1P-01, 2018

Ibanez RGA1X6FM 1P-01, 2018

One of the most recognizable and distinctive guitars in the world, the RG is a true Ibanez original. It’s been making its mark on rock n’ roll history for over three decades and continues to evolve and grow as an industry leader. The Ibanez RGA1X6FM — a solid body specifically built to handle the heaviest, most physically demanding music you can conjure up.

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‼️ Reduced‼️ Ovation Preacher Deluxe 1282 Black, 1978

‼️ Reduced‼️ Ovation Preacher Deluxe 1282 Black, 1978

Here’s an unusual piece – from the late 1970’s, an Ovation Preacher Deluxe model 1282 in largely original, good working condition. Built from 1975 to 1983 with the Preacher, the Preacher Deluxe used traditional Mahogany for the body and neck, with an Ebony fingerboard bearing Abalone position markers. The hardware was gold plated, and earlier models had a bridge that partly used plastics.

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Price: $1150 CAD
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Charvel San Dimas Pro-Mod Style 1 Trans Black, 2014

Charvel San Dimas Pro-Mod Style 1 Trans Black, 2014

Hot-rodded for unparalleled performance, versatile sound and exquisite style, the Charvel San Dimas Pro-Mod Style 1 guitar is packed with classic playability and innovative design elements that have made Charvel a legendary name in high-performance guitars.

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Price: $1179 CAD
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‼️ Reduced‼️ Fret King Elan 50 Green Label Series, Red 2010

‼️ Reduced‼️ Fret King Elan 50 Green Label Series, Red 2010

Fret King guitars have been produced since 2008 by Trev Wilkinson, the well-known UK maker of Wilkinson guitar hardware. The Fret King Elan 50, apparently discontinued, was part of the Green Label Series.

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Price: $920 CAD
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Gretsch ’59 Silver Jet G6129T-59 Silver Sparkle

Gretsch '59 Silver Jet G6129T-59 Silver Sparkle

The Gretsch ’59 Silver Jet is a very cool guitar, with all the late-50’s trappings – Bigsby, TV Jones Classic Filter’Tron based pickups, and a standout silver sparkle finish! The Gretsch Jet is an under-rated guitar, but has appeared on many hit recordings. Chet Atkins used one on many classic recordings, and the first few Beatles albums feature George Harrison with his Jet.

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Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid Parallel Universe Limited Edition Sunburst

Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid Parallel Universe Limited Edition Sunburst

The Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid was the first instrument from the new limited edition Parallel Universe collection, melding together the best parts of two or more guitars.  This great guitar uses a slightly modified Ash Telecaster body – adding comfort conours – and adds a Strat type Maple neck, and Strat type hardware.

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Price: $2599.99 CAD
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Taylor 914ce V-Class Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

Taylor 914ce V-Class Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

The Taylor 914ce V-Class is a spectacular guitar, delivering top shelf performance in a beautifully crafted package. Pairing Sitka Spruce with Indian Rosewood for the sides and back, and Mahogany with Ebony for the bound fingerboard, headplate and body binding, the Taylor 914ce V-Class also sports the new Ascension inlay pattern, plus soundhole and body outlines, in a Paua and Mother of Pearl.   For added comfort, the lower bass bout features a Laskin-style armrest, using Ebony.  

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Kay ‘TrueTone’ Speed Demon K573 Thinline Sunburst, 1962

Kay 'TrueTone' Speed Demon K573 Thinline Sunburst, 1962

Beyond the TrueTone name, this is a Kay K537 model, with an arched top and back body made of laminated Maple, a bolt on Maple neck with bound Rosewood fingerboard and brass frets, floating Rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, and Kluson Deluxe single-line tuners. The original pickguard is intact and included.

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Price: $1499.99 CAD
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Gretsch G5622T Electromatic Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby, Georgia Green

Gretsch G5622T Electromatic Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby, Georgia Green

The new Gretsch G5622T Electromatic® Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby® in a Georgia Green metallic finish, sporting Super Hilo’Tron™ pickups features a chambered spruce center block for dynamic resonance, high gain power and lightweight comfort. As part of the Electromatic line, the Gretsch G5622T is built in Korea by Samick, with great results.  The build quality, fit and finish and fretwork are all top notch. 

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Price: $1099 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Blueberry Burst, 2019

Gibson Les Paul Standard Blueberry Burst, 2019

The new 2019 Gibson Les Paul Standard features the popular asymmetrical Slim Taper neck profile with Ultra-Modern weight relief for increased comfort and playability. Impeccable looks are highlighted by the powerful tonewood combination of mahogany back and carved maple AAA figured top.

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Gibson ES-335 TDC Dot Neck Thinline Cherry, 1961

Gibson ES-335 TDC Dot Neck Thinline Cherry, 1961

Introduced in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 was one of the most significant guitar innovations and examples like this 1961 dot neck model are rare. Aimed at jazz players needing to play on ever-louder stages, the ES-335 had to provide arch-top tonality with feedback resistance. This wonderful example dates to 1961 and was built at the historic Kalamazoo, Michigan Gibson plant. It is a TDC model – Thin body, Dual pickup, Cherry finish.

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Price: $31999.99 CAD
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Gibson Firebird V Through-Neck Electric Red, 1981

Gibson Firebird V Through-Neck Electric Red, 1981

This example is one of few Gibson Firebird V ‘s built during 1981. Its serial number points to production on February 23rd, 1981 at the Kalamazoo plant, and it features an unusual Red finish and Gold plated hardware. It has been refretted – necessary because it’s also been played as intended – but otherwise is in original condition. The refret was well done, and uses fairly large wire.

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Price: $2450 CAD
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❗️SALE❗️ Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. White, 2016

❗️SALE❗️ Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. White, 2016

This Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. in Vintage White, is a great little guitar and is a new model. Blending influences from three sources – the classic Gretsch White Falcon, the Jet body design, and the new Gretsch Players models. Aside from being very flashy, this is a great playing and sounding guitar.
Every once in a while, something built as a promotional item for an industry trade show really takes off, gets more intention than expected and is put into production. This was the case with the 1954 Gretsch White Falcon, intended to show off the elegance and quality of the Gretsch electric archtop line at the 1954 NAMM trade show in California.

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Price: $4249 CAD
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Reduced! Fibenare Basic Jazz Single Cut Standard Amber Burst, 2012 REDUCED

Reduced!  Fibenare Basic Jazz Single Cut Standard Amber Burst, 2012 REDUCED

Fibenare guitars originated during 1998 in the Budapest, Hungary shop of the Benedek brothers. These fine instruments are now distributed worldwide and the Fibenare booths at the major trade shows draw significant interest.

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Price: $3000 CAD
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Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard Heritage Cherry Burst, 2018

Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard Heritage Cherry Burst, 2018

This new model Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard, draws from the earlier double cut designs that other brands successfully copied – is built at the Gibson shop in Nashville, Tennessee. The traditional elements are all here – the mahogany body and neck, the body with a carved figured maple cap, the neck with a bound rosewood fingerboard and pearloid trapezoidal markers, ’57 Classic humbucking pickups with tune-o-matic bridge and stop tailpiece, and Grover Roto-Matic tuners.

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Gibson SG Special P90 Cherry, 1966

Gibson SG Special P90 Cherry, 1966

The Gibson SG Special first appeared with the new Les Paul body shape in 1961, and renamed to SG as the endorsement contract lapsed. It was built until 1978.

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Price: $4999.99 CAD
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‼️ REDUCED‼️ 1968 Baldwin Virginian Model 550 Thinline Acoustic Electric Guitar

‼️ REDUCED‼️ 1968 Baldwin Virginian Model 550 Thinline Acoustic Electric Guitar

By the mid 60’s Burns was a dominant name in the UK. The Virginian was the last guitar Jim Burns designed for his company,

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Price: $1499.99 CAD
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Schecter PT Apocalypse Solidbody Guitar, Rust Grey – 2018

Schecter PT Apocalypse Solidbody Guitar, Rust Grey - 2018

The Schecter PT Apocalypse clearly draws from one of the most modified and modifiable instrument designs, the Fender Telecaster. Thousands of players have modified Teles to suit their own needs, and that sparked an entire industry in after-market parts. David Schecter was part of that original wave of parts suppliers, providing custom necks, bodies, bridges and other parts.  This is not just a hot guitar, it’s very well thought out and well built and could well turn out to be as extremely versatile as the originals.

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Price: $1449 CAD
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Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Thinline Archtop Electric Western Orange, 1962

Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Thinline Archtop Electric Western Orange, 1962

The Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins appeared in 1954 as a 16 inch wide 2.75 inch deep, single cutaway double pickup model, but for 1962 the new closed ElectroTone body provided a second cutaway shallower depth at 2.25 inches and faux F-Holes.

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Price: $4250 CAD
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Gibson Firebird Studio 2017 T Pelham Blue

Gibson Firebird Studio 2017 T Pelham Blue

The Gibson Firebird Studio 2017 T is a new version of the ‘reverse’ body Firebird, using set neck construction and standard humbucking pickups. Available in Pelham Blue and Vintage Burst, this is a great alternative to an SG.

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Price: $1449 CAD
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Schecter Sun Valley Super Shredder FR Lambo Orange, 2018

Schecter Sun Valley Super Shredder FR Lambo Orange, 2018

The Schecter Sun Valley Super Shredder with Floyd Rose is a purpose built guitar – shredding! It’s got everything that a shredding guitar basically needs, hot pickups, full access to the frets, and a locking trem system.

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Price: $650 CAD
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Gibson ES-335TD Thinline Archtop with Coil Tap Natural, 1979

Gibson ES-335TD Thinline Archtop with Coil Tap Natural, 1979

The Gibson ES-335TD – Two pickup, Double cutaway – was a hit from its appearance in the late 1950. In one stroke it combined the best of solidbody and archtop guitars in a classy package.

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Price: $3500 CAD
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Reduced! Cole Clark Violap with Horseshoe Pickup Tasmanian Blackwood, 2003

Reduced!  Cole Clark Violap with Horseshoe Pickup Tasmanian Blackwood, 2003

The Cole Clark Violap is based on the classic Weissenborn steel guitar body shape, but built as a semi-hollow for amplified use without feedback. The concept is similar to the thinline Gibson ES-335 series, with a solid center block in an arched-top body. Cole Clark was founded in 2001 by Adam Cole and Bradley Clark in Melbourne Australia, and focuses on building quality instruments using sustainably harvested tone woods mostly native to Australia.

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Price: $999 CAD
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Relish Swiss Mary Wood Bloody Solidbody Guitar, 2018

Relish Swiss Mary Wood Bloody Solidbody Guitar, 2018

Fairly new on the scene, Relish Swiss guitars are designed built in Switzerland, a little northwest of Lucerne. They are innovative in both design and choice of non-traditional materials and assembly methods.

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Price: $3099 CAD
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Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst Flat, 2018

Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst Flat, 2018

The Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige, part of the new AZ line, again demonstrates the progression of Ibanez towards top quality instruments. This professional-grade guitar features a very nicely contoured Alder body, Roasted Maple neck, Stainless Steel frets, with Gotoh and Seymour Duncan hardware. We have been fans of Ibanez guitars for many years, and are very pleased to carry these new models.  Seen here in the Tri-Fade Burst Flat finish, the Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige is also available in Ice Blue Metallic.  The original molded hard-shell case is included.

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Price: $2499.99 CAD
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Fender Stratocaster Elite Sunburst 1983

Fender Stratocaster Elite Sunburst 1983

Here’s a rare bird – from 1983, a Fender Stratocaster Elite in sunburst. This model was built only in 1983 and 1984, and introduced a number of new features and hardware pieces. Most visible of these are the short-lived FreeFlyte knife-edge trem, and the pushbutton pickup selectors. New pickups were installed, and the output jack went on the side – in this case, a Neutrix locking jack. With the three pickup switches, all pickup combinations are available. Not so immediately apparent is the routing. From the top, this guitar looks very much like a Stratocaster. But if you turn it over, you see that there is no cover, or route, for the trem springs, just a small plate covering access to the output jack wiring.

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Price: $2000 CAD
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National Reso-Phonic Pioneer RP1 Chipped Ivory 2018

National Reso-Phonic Pioneer RP1 Chipped Ivory 2018

We’ve received a brand-new National Reso-Phonic Pioneer RP1 semi-hollow electric in a fabulous Chipped Ivory finish! These are great guitars with unmistakable tone and the solid build quality expected from a National Reso-Phonic guitar. The neck is maple with ebony fingerboard, and the body is semi-hollow finished steel. The Lollar P-90 in the neck position provides a warm, fat tone and the piezo element in the bridge accurately reproduces the resonator tone. Active circuity rounds it out.

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Price: $4249 CAD
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REDUCED! Guild Starfire IV Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1977

REDUCED!  Guild Starfire IV Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1977

The Guild Starfire IV first appeared in 1963 as a semi-solid version of the Starfire I, II and III think hollow models dating to 1960. The Starfire V and V I models were further upgrades, with extra binding and inlay. Obviously taking cues from the ES-335, the Guild Starfire IV featured a body of Maple or Mahogany laminate and matching center block and neck with rosewood fingerboard. In the 1970’s some differences started to creep in. Most of the Starfire IV models have a bound rosewood fingerboard with dot position markers.

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Price: $1800 CAD
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Reduced! Gibson ES-175 Cutaway Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1969

Reduced!   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.

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Price: $4200 CAD
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Duesenberg Starplayer TV Phonic Thinline Archtop Electric

Duesenberg Starplayer TV Phonic Thinline Archtop Electric

The Duesenberg Starplayer TV Phonic Thinline Archtop Electric is a semi hollow, dual pickup, 22 fret electric thinline guitar, featuring arched top and flat back, bent sides, gold plated hardware and a 648mm (25.5 inch) scale.
With the Starplayer TV Phonic in an all-over bright Venetian White we are continuing our vision of truly independent hardware design. As the first model in our Starplayer TV line it features our new spectacular ‘Phonico’ pickup covers and the 4-way rotary pickup selector placed at the cutaway.

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Price: $3849 CAD
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Gibson Firebird T Vintage Sunburst 2017

Gibson Firebird T Vintage Sunburst 2017

This new Gibson Firebird T Vintage Sunburst  – The Twelfth Fret is one of the best renditions of the model that I’ve seen,  with great build quality and changes to the hardware that improve the instrument as a whole.
The very first versions of the Firebird appeared in 1963 and used a neck-through-body design. In this design, the neck was one piece of wood extending the full length of the instrument.

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Price: $1699 CAD
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❌ SOLD ❌ 2013 Turner Model 1 Electric Guitar

❌ SOLD ❌  2013 Turner Model 1 Electric Guitar

The first Turner Model 1 guitar was built for Lindsay Buckingham at the height of Fleetwood Mac’s career, and it appeared on massive hits.

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Price: $2500 CAD
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2017 Duesenberg Paloma Semi-Solid Electric Red-Sparkle

2017 Duesenberg Paloma Semi-Solid Electric Red-Sparkle

The Duesenberg Paloma is an eye-catching, versatile and very capable instrument, and this one comes with a Red-Sparkle finish!

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Price: $3199 CAD
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2017 Godin Acousticaster Thinline Electric-Acoustic Guitar

2017 Godin Acousticaster Thinline Electric-Acoustic Guitar

The Godin Acousticaster is the natural outcome of an original idea from Chet Atkins, who needed an acoustic guitar that wouldn’t feed back at stage volumes.

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Price: $1295 CAD
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Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 Trans White

Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 Trans White

The Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 is a solidbody, neck through design with ebony compound radius fingerboard ands a pair of splittable humbuckers. The top cap is nicely flamed maple, on swamp ash wings and a maple center neck core. The neck also features large frets, carbon fibre stiffening rods and glow in the dark position markers! The finish is a trans white on the top and peghead front, with the rest a satin black.

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Price: $1379 CAD
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Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 MK-II Natural Pearl

Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 MK-II Natural Pearl

Schecter Keith Merrow Guitars are in stock! The Schecter KM-6-MKII is a solidbody, through-neck with ebony fingerboard ands a pair of splittable humbuckers.

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Price: $1549 CAD
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2016 Gretsch G6122T Player’s Edition Country Gentleman

2016 Gretsch G6122T Player's Edition Country Gentleman

One of the true classic guitars that’s appeared on countless stages and recordings, the Gretsch Country Gentleman has been updated in the Player’s Edition.

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Duesenberg Paloma Solidbody Electric Guitar, Narvik Blue

Duesenberg Paloma Solidbody Electric Guitar, Narvik Blue

The Duesenberg Paloma is a solidbody, three pickup guitar, featuring an alder body, short Duesenberg Radiator Tremola and a 22 fret 648mm scale set neck.

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Price: $3199 CAD
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1975 Fender Stratocaster Hard Tail, Natural

1975 Fender Stratocaster Hard Tail, Natural

Here we have another vintage Fender Stratocaster Hard Tail, this one from 1975 Fullerton in natural finish and with rosewood fingerboard.

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Price: $2499.99 CAD
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Godin Session Guitars

Godin Session Guitars

The Godin Session delivers whether the music goes from rock to blues to country. The Session is a great guitar with versatility and style.

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SOLD!!! Godin Summit Classic CT

SOLD!!! Godin Summit Classic CT

The Godin Summit Classic CT is a versatile rock guitar featuring a beautiful sculpted maple Carved Top and a chambered Spanish Cedar body.

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Godin A8 Mandolin

Godin A8 Mandolin

We’ve received more instruments from Godin Guitars, including the Godin A8 mandolin, a logical progression from the Gibson Chet Atkins CE solidbody classic.

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Price: $950 CAD
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Duesenberg Caribou Thinline

Duesenberg Caribou Thinline

The new Duesenberg Caribou thinline electric takes its cues from the American west and is inspired by iconic surf riffs and the classics 60’s sounds.

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Price: $2850 CAD
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Duesenberg Fullerton TV

Duesenberg Fullerton TV

The new Duesenberg Fullerton TV is named after two things – their new US office in Fullerton, California and Gibson’s vintage TV white finish.

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Price: $3599 CAD
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John Page Classic Guitars

John Page Classic Guitars

The Twelfth Fret is excited to receive the first of the John Page Classic guitars! John Page was the founder of the Fender Custom shop and built many special, one off instruments for top end players including Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, and Pete Townsend. Now running his own company, John Page incorporates many of improvements to these classic designs. We will be examining these instruments in much more detail in the coming days, but here’s a first look at what’s

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Price: $1940 CAD
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Eastman 405E Archtop Electric

Eastman 405E Archtop Electric

This cool Eastman 405E just came in the door! Similar in construction to the Eastman 403CE, the 405 is a non-cutaway archtop with a 16 inch body and a P-90 pickup.

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Price: $1170 CAD
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Danelectro Baby Sitar

Danelectro Baby Sitar

The Danelectro Electic Sitar and Danelectro Baby SItar were in some ways the most successful of their design – they was the sound of the sitar on many hit records during the 1960’s to the 80’s. They were also two of the very few of that design.

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Price: $739 CAD
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Danelectro 12 String Electric Guitar

Danelectro 12 String Electric Guitar

Just in and brand new! The Danelectro 12 String Electric Guitar takes a page from the historic Danelectro instruments that appeared on so many records and stages, and adds modern features like a fully adjustable and tunable bridge.

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Price: $629 CAD
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Gibson ES-Les Paul White Top – Available in Black

Gibson ES-Les Paul White Top - Available in Black

Just in – a brand new, limited-run Gibson ES-Les Paul White Top! Blending the features of the Les Paul and the ES-335, the ES-Les Paul delivers as a comfortably light, resonant and rocking guitar.

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Price: $3149 CAD
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Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty - NO LONGER AVAILABLE

The Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty is a major departure from the usual Ernie Ball Music Man design. This instrument is not based on a bolt-on maple neck design; rather, it’s a through-neck construction using Honduran mahogany coupled with an ebony fingerboard as the neck material, with maple-capped basswood for the body.

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Price: $3999.99 CAD
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Collings City Limits CL Deluxe

Collings City Limits CL Deluxe

It’s the little things that really makes Collings electric guitars stand out … the painstaking thin gloss finish, intensely figured carved maple cap, the slanted neck heel & refined contour, the custom Lollar pickups, the matching grained ivoroid tuner buttons, trim rings & control knobs, the Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. It’s the little things that add up to a significantly superior musical instrument!

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Collings I-35 Deluxe

Collings I-35 Deluxe

Hey, somebody has to be at the top of the heap … numero uno … the cream of the crop. Once again Bill Collings has taken a time-tested guitar design and refined it to the point of perfection. Most players, including myself, thought that the double cutaway thinline semi-hollow electric guitar had evolved as far as it was going to ever go, until this Texas guitar builder took it to the finish line with his I-35 Deluxe!

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