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This example in traditional Fireglo finish dates to 2008 and is in very good condition with minimal wear. It's in all original condition and the Rickenbacker case is included.
The Gibson Thunderbird bass, like its relative the the Gibson Firebird, is a neck-through-body design using layered mahogany. To promote stability over the long length of wood, the center section is built of a total of nine layers of mahogany and walnut, all visible from the top or back. The fingerboard is rosewood with dot position markers.
This bass guitar is in very good condition and is entirely stock, and Gibson made the great choice to use the Babicz Full Contact bridge (in black chrome), providing much more sustain, separation and punch than the earlier floating bridges. Pickups are stock Rhythm and Lead EB Bass models. The original brown Gibson hardshell case is included.
This Godin Montreal dates to May 25, 2006 and is made mostly of Mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard. The body is chambered, for resonance and weight, and to allow placement of the electronics! Two humbucking pickups are paired with a piezo bridge pickup, and there are separate output jacks for each pickup set. At the head, locking tuners make string changes quick and easy. This guitar is in good working condition; the electronics have been recently serviced in The Twelfth Fret Repair Shop. A gig bag is included.
The Gretsch Country Club is a full size, 17 inch wide and fully hollow archtop guitar, with spruce top and laminated maple back and sides, maple neck, and ebony for the fingerboard and bridge base. The G6196TSP-2G version has a pair of DynaSonic pickups by Seymour Duncan, hum-block inlays, Grover Imperial tuners and a Bigsby. Naturally, the metal parts are gold platedA black hardshell case is included.
This exceptional guitar is in great condition, but it's not possible to date it precisely. The Gretsch Country Club G6196TSP-2G variant was built between 2009 and 2012 at the Terada plant in Japan. This example was sold by Gretsch, or Fender, to MIRC - Musical Instrument Reclamation Corporation - due to some issue. MIRC did whatever work was necessary to bring it up to its potential - and the Country Club has very great potential - and placed a USED stamp on the back of the headstock and applied a new serial number. While the guitar is in full working order, it can never qualify for manufacturer warranty support.
The Larrivee OMV-03 features a Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany for the back, sides, and neck, and ebony for the fingerboard, bridge and headplate. The body size is compact, just 15.25 inches across at the widest point, so it's very comfortable to sit and play. Tonally, like all Larrivees it is well balanced across the spectrum. Current versions of this guitar sell for around $1975.
This example is in great condition with exceedingly minor wear. A standard hardshell case is included.
Reproducing the specs of the 1959 Gibson Les Paul flametop, this guitar is in great condition and plays well. It's in all original condition and looks great!
Built at the De Jonge shop in Chelsea, Quebec during 2013, this fine instrument is in exceptional condition with very little wear. It features a cutaway body with spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back, sides, bridge and headplate, and an ebony fingerboard on a mahogany neck. The original TKL tweed case is included, and a Small Dog insulated case cover is available for $189. CITIES documentation is included in the case.
This Ramirez 1a example was built during 2003 at the Ramirez shop in Madrid, Spain. Made in the traditional manner, it carries a cedar top and Brazilian Rosewood back, sides, headplate and bridge; CITIES documents are included in the case. The neck is Spanish cedar with Ebony stiffener and Ebony fingerboard. The scale length is 650mm and the nut width 52mm. Rogers tuners are installed.
This fine instrument is in excellent condition with very little wear. A black hardshell case is included, with an optional silver thermo cover available.
This example was built in late 1958 or earlier 1959; later in 1959 the Epiphone New York style pickup was changed to a standard Gibson P-90. On this example, the knobs have been changed and the pickguard is gone, and as well the original logo plate is missing. Presently strung with flatwounds, this guitar plays well and has a very interesting, useful jazz or blues tone. The finish has some wear, and the fretwear is medium. A newer hardshell case is included.