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Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue 2008 (Consignment) Sold

Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue 2008 (Consignment) Sold

This Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue from 2008 is in great shape and selling for $699.99

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Taylor GS Ltd 2011(Consignment) SOLD

Taylor GS Ltd 2011(Consignment) SOLD

Here is a beautiful Taylor GS Ltd from 2011 featuring figured mahogany, selling for $3350.

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1967 Gibson ES-345 SOLD

1967 Gibson ES-345  SOLD

Here’s a nice 1967 Gibson ES-345, with varitone; originally wired for stereo output, it’s been modified to a more practical mono setup.

Finding a place in all musical genres, the ES-335, 345 and 355 have been popular since their introduction in 1958 and have never gone out of production.

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Schecter Scorpion Elite Baritone 2002 (Consignment) Sold

Schecter Scorpion Elite Baritone 2002 (Consignment) Sold

The Schecter Scorpion Elite Baritone has you covered for all your low pitch needs from tight clean to massive crunch. Sells for $750 with case!

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Deering Vega Woodsongs Campfire Long Neck Banjo SOLD

Deering Vega Woodsongs Campfire Long Neck Banjo  SOLD

Deering Vega Woodsongs Campfire Long Neck Banjo in near mint condition with original Vega case

Playing in E on a banjo is always a challenge: that is why Pete Seeger had the long neck built for him. These are normally played with the neck capo’ed up three frets and the 5th string capo tack in use so the banjo is played in G.

But when you want to switch to the big, full bass growl town when playing in E, you simply un-capo and you are ready to rock and roll!

Built around the Vega Little Wonder model, the wood tone ring pot lends itself perfectly to the full bass tone of a long neck
We stock the Campfire model but I’ve never had a used one show up. This one is near mint.

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Gibson ES-135 Tobacco Burst 2001 (Consignment) SOLD

Gibson ES-135 Tobacco Burst 2001 (Consignment)  SOLD

Here’s a lovely Gibson ES-135 Tobacco Burst, built during 2001 in Memphis, Tennessee.

The ES-135 was originally built from 1956 to 1958, and then again from 1999 to 2002. Some models had P-100 pickups — stacked, humbucking versions of the P-90 – and others, like this one, featured standard humbuckers.

This example is in near mint condition. It has an interesting quirk – the label identifies it as an ES-335!

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