Good enough for Jimmy Page... good enough for you. The legendary triple pickup Les Paul Custom with Bigsby. You KNOW you want it!
Burns - the best British built guitars of the sixties, (marketed in the US by Baldwin), really scored big with their Jazz models. And, just like Fender's Jazzmaster, these weren't jazz guitars, either...
1973 and 1976 are often referred to as Fender's best seventies production years. Here's one of the very best Teles from that peak period
This is the guitar that the word 'versatile' was invented for! Five discrete pickups, thirteen separate tone possibilities. Too much guitar...? Ain't no such thing!!!
Top-of-the-range Seagull acoustic-electric, featuring the famous LR Baggs iBeam active pickup & pre-amp system. RRP $3100! Price just slashed by our consignment customer!!!!
NOT a Singlecut with added whammy. The Singlecut Trem has a significantly thinner body, which combines with the tremolo system to deliver an entirely different chime & resonance. Now very hard to find...
The GIANT sound in vintage twelve-string electrics! As played by the likes of Robby Krieger from the Doors, David Byrne, Johnny Marr and Bruce Springsteen
Eko's famous, (infamous?) Rokes model was only produced for a couple of years in the late 60s, but continued into the mid 70s through various brand-name copies out of Japan. Super rare & very cool!