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Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1970

Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1970

Built from 1969 to 1985, the Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop was a renaming of the Les Paul Standard, but used the original P-90 body route and a pair of mini-humbuckers mounted in modified P-90 covers. This allowed for a low cost refresh of the model, co-incidentally using up parts Gibson had on hand. Initially introduced in 1952, the Gibson Les Paul carried the GoldTop finish, a pair of P-90s, and a trapeze tailpiece.

Vintage
Price: $6,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5 Bass Honeyburst, 2004

⚌Reduced‼ Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5 Bass Honeyburst, 2004

Introduced in 1987, the Stingray 5 bass was the first new bass offered following Ernie Ball’s purchase of Music Man, and has consistently had a solid following. This model is based on the Music Man Stingray bass introduced in 1976 and partly designed by Leo Fender, with input from Sterling Ball. When first introduced, it was quickly adopted by players like Tony Levin and others who frequently needed lower C or B notes, but without sacrificing the tone of higher pitches.

Used
Price: $1,650.00 CAD
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Gibson 1957 Les Paul Junior Reissue TV Yellow 2018

Gibson 1957 Les Paul Junior Reissue TV Yellow 2018

Here we have, in  fantastic condition, a  Gibson 1957 Les Paul Junior Reissue in TV Yellow – this colour was formulated to help these show up on black and white televisions. The Les Paul Junior was built as a single cutaway, single P-90 pickup, slab body model from 1954 to 1958 and marketed as an entry level model.  It was available in three finishes – Cherry, Sunburst and TV Yellow.  The body and set-neck are Mahogany, and the fingerboard Rosewood. 

Used
Price: $3,300.00 CAD
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Fender Broadcaster® 70th Anniversary Blonde 2020

Fender Broadcaster® 70th Anniversary Blonde 2020

The new, limited edition Fender Broadcaster® 70th Anniversary recreates an historic instrument, one of the very first successful solidbody electric guitars. The first Fender Broadcaster® was built for less than a year, from mid 1950 to early 1951, in a quantity of perhaps 250. At that point, the Gretsch company filed a copyright claim to protect their Broadkaster drum line. For immediate response Fender simply cut the word ‘Broadcaster’ from the decal, and these models are known as ‘NoCasters’. For the latter part of 1951, once the modified ‘NoCaster’ decals were used up, new ‘Telecaster’ decals started to appear.

New
Price: $2,799.99 CAD
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PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature Model Black, 2015

PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature Model Black, 2015

Here’s a PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature model, dating to 2015 and in exceptionally good, clean condition; the original pickups are in the case and PRS 59/09 models installed. Based on the classic PRS Single cut design, the PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature features a carved Maple cap on a solid Mahogany slab body, paired with a Mahogany neck and Indian Rosewood fingerboard. The characteristic PRS bird inlays are executed in Mother of Pearl and Abalone.

Used
Price: $3,499.99 CAD
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Fender American Professional Jazzmaster Mystic Seafoam

Fender American Professional Jazzmaster Mystic Seafoam

The Fender American Professional Jazzmaster in Mystic Seafoam is part of Fender’s modernization of many of its top end models. Originally introduced in 1958 and marketed towards Jazz guitars the Jazz master quickly became popular with surf rock guitars of the 60’s. It later caught on with all types of players that liked its unique appearance and fat sound.

New
Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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