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‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite Cherry Burst, 1992

‼️Reduced‼️ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite Cherry Burst, 1992

This Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite from 1992! Built between 1987 and 1998 at the Gibson Nashville plant, the Les Paul Studio Lite features classic Les Paul construction, but without binding, and with an ebony fingerboard. As its name implies, the Les Paul Studio Lite is weight relieved, and this example, dating to September 10th, 1992 sits on the scale at a svelte 7.8 pounds. It also has a 1960’s slim taper neck, quite a bit smaller than modern profiles. Hardware is gold plated, with coverless Gibson 490R and 490T pickups.

Price: $995 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!

Price: $3600 CAD
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❌Sold❌ Gibson SG Standard Natural Mahogany, 1977

❌Sold❌ Gibson SG Standard Natural Mahogany,  1977

The Gibson SG Standard appeared, named as such, in 1963 though it had been available for two years as the radically redesigned Les Paul Standard. It has remained in production since then, with a number of variations- some subtle, others less so.Here we’re looking at a nice Gibson SG Standard built during 1977, likely at the Nashville Tennessee plant. This was during the Norlin era, and the back of the head features a ‘Volute’ typical of that time, added to help increase head strength.

Price: $1700 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. 

Price: $6050.00 CAD
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❌Sold❌ Fender ‘Sting’ Precision Bass Reissue Sunburst, 2010

❌Sold❌ Fender 'Sting' Precision Bass Reissue Sunburst, 2010

The Fender ‘Sting’ Precision Bass was issued between 2001 and 2013, built in Japan and reproducing the 1953 Precision bass used by Sting on recordings and tours with The Police.
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. And not only was the pitch predictable, the bass was portable!

Price: $1299 CAD

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Gibson Les Paul Custom 1954 VOS Reissue Black, 1992

Gibson Les Paul Custom 1954 VOS Reissue Black, 1992

Introduced as the top of the line in elegance and function, the Gibson Les Paul Custom 1954 model was presented in tuxedo style finish – black, white trim, and gold hardware. Unlike the original Les Paul gold-top models which paired a carved Maple top with a mahogany body, the new Custom’s body was entirely Mahogany. New hardware appeared, as well; the new, gold-plated ABR ‘tune-o-matic’ bridge and stop tailpiece, and the Seth Lover designed, single coil ‘staple top’ Alnico V neck pickup with a P-90 at the bridge.

Price: $4199.99 CAD
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