Up for sale is an 80s Kramer JK 1000. No breaks or repairs. All original hardware including the good German thick cast plate, nickel plated brass block, Floyd original tremolo. Gotoh Japan logo tuners. Truss rod checks out good and neck is straight. German Floyd rose and German nut. The electronics look to be original or high quality replacements. No brand markings on them. The tremolo posts may possibly be replacements too. They are the machine bushing style which are a huge improvement over the wood screw type. A little paint chipping around then but nothing structural. Thanks for looking and please ask any questions. The item “80s Kramer Japan JK 1000 Electric Guitar Cream White Maple Reverse” is in sale since Sunday, November 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “stigatsu” and is located in State College, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Cozart Trans Red 12/6 Double Neck. Blems shown in pics. 1 broken switch top, 2 loose pots, small scratches on back and scrapes to vinyl on case. NO CASE KEYS OR AMP CABLE INCLUDED. One of the most recognizable guitars on the planet in a classic vintage Trans Red color w/ vintage-style tailpieces. Mah body and necks. The item “BLEM GREAT PLAYING SG STYLE 12/6 DOUBLE NECK TRANS RED ELECTRIC GUITAR” is in sale since Saturday, August 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “cotteneyedjoe23″ and is located in Ripley, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.
I believe this is a 1961 model based on what I’ve read elsewhere – it’s certainly in that ballpark, possibly late’50s but more likely early’60s I think. Like Harmony (also a Chicago-based company back then), Kay made many guitars for these stores, often stamped with different names such as Silvertone and Airline. This one would I think have been badged as a Kay (rather than an Old Kraftsman which is the other possibility) but sadly it is missing the headstock logo (though it does have a Kay sticker in its place and is stamped with’6535′ if you look inside the F holes). Everything works as it should for a guitar of this age and design. It has double pancake pick-ups which I believe were Kay made (later they used Valco, particularly for Airlines, which were also used on a lot of National electrics) – the front one on this guitar is punchier than the rear, but both are operating fine and between the two of them and the two tone dials you can do most of what you want with an amp on it in terms of effects, gain, clean rhythm vibes, mellow jazz / Chicago blues vibes etc. Acoustically it sounds pretty good too. The action is comfortable – it goes up slightly because, as with many archtops, the higher bridge is compensated for by a slight arc in the neck. You could reset the neck if you wanted the action lower, but it is perfectly playable as it is, with only two dead spots on the entire fretboard that I can find not bad for a guitar that’s nearly sixty years old! There is some slight wear to the low end of the fretboard from use over the years, and the occasional scuff and check here and there, plus the patina you get with old wood veneer anyway – nothing that affects playing and absolutely no cracks. There is also a slight depression to the body around one of the F holes by the pickguard. This does not affect the sound at all as far as I can tell. The guitar has a strap button on one end but not on the other, but this could easily be replaced if you plan on gigging with it (when that’s even possible again). Other than the aforementioned sticker, the guitar is all original except for the fact that one tuning knob has been replaced at some point with one that is so similar I didn’t notice at first. Overall, a very desirable vintage player, and a real piece of guitar history from a bygone era when America was top dog in the market, with companies like Kay and their rival Harmony hand-making many of even their low-end guitars well into the’60s before the arrival of cheaper factory made Asian imports began to undercut their prices, ultimately leading to the closure of many of these guitar giants of the twentieth century. The guitar comes with a free gig bag. Any other questions please feel free to ask. I’m not currently taking offers on this one, but do get in touch if you have a query or want to know more. The item “Kay 6535 1961 Tobacco Sunburst Archtop Guitar with Double Pickup & free gig bag” is in sale since Wednesday, November 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “ricba-9165″ and is located in Bridgwater. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Nice 1978 Ibanez MC200 Musician series. Maple (Figured) and Walnut neck. Mahogany and Ash body. 24 fret Rosewood finger board. Half and half brass/bone nut. With Ibanez Patent Pending Velve -tune locking tuners. Super 88 pick ups. Gibralter Bridge with Sustain Block. The item “1978 Ibanez Musician MC200″ is in sale since Saturday, December 23, 2017. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “alcorelectric” and is located in Tinley Park, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
Dean USA Dimebag Darrell Rust Razorback Tribute. Dean USA Dimebag Darrell Rust Razorback Tribute guitar. This is a perfectly stored – unplayed and unused limited edition (total 333) Dean USA Razorback in mint condition. This guitar was made in 2006 and still has the cellophane on the back control plates. Comes with deluxe case. The goods are the buyers responsibility until they arrive back to us. The item “Dean USA Dimebag Darrell Rust Razorback Tribute” is in sale since Sunday, April 22, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “angledbox” and is located in Middlesex. This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, United States, Canada, Australia.
1983 Gibson Heritage Reissue KORINA Flying V in Natural! A real natural relic that has an incredible vibe. Really an exceptional playing/sounding Korina V. Nice and original except strap locks. The guitar is in very good condition overall considering the age of the guitar but has marks here and there. There is the classic neck joint hairline crack, but is totally solid and ready to go. Lots of cool checking. The guitar is ready to go and playing great! It comes with original case with changed handle. This will only be for sale for a limited time so if interested, no time like the present. Please check our website for many more photos. The item “1983 Gibson Flying V Natural KORINA Heritage Series 1958 Reissue with OHSC! Explor” is in sale since Wednesday, January 6, 2021. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “kcvintageguitars” and is located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
PLEASE READ LISTING ENTIRELY. AS THIS CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION OF THE ITEM. From my personal collection and batch. Up for sale is this NICE 1981 Washburn Falcon wing series electric guitar. These Late 70’s – 80’s Washburn’s guitars were top of the line guitars made in Japan. Nice looking guitar with a HUGE TONE and feel. CONDITION: Guitar is very USED with lots of dings and scratches. Some finish cracks, bumps all over, serial number is fading away. Neck is beautiful with the exception of a binding repair done to stop the separation due to age. The Guitar has dings all over the place, AS these were meant to be played and it shows. Overall Solid guitar with no major damages,, just an USED played guitar. DO NOT EXPECT IT TO BE NEW,, it’s a 40 year old guitar,, IT HAS LOTS OF WEAR AND TEAR. Guitar was cleaned, adjusted, freshly strung, neck and fingerboard oiled, frets dressed. And polished, truss rod works and electronics work as they should. You are home to sign for it (preferably) or designate someone at home 18 and older. To claim the item when arrives to your door. BE PATIENCE ON THE ESTIMATED TIME ALLOWING THE CARRIER DO THEIR JOB. Please keep in mind that once the package is in transit I can’t track the exact location. Or know anything until package arrives at the final destination, also please be aware. That certain weather conditions and unforeseen events may delay it too in which I don’t have control over it. Thanks for your patience once again. FINAL SALE NO RETURN IS ACCEPTED. Please don’t forget to check out my other items for sale, Thanks! The item “1981 Vintage Washburn Falcon wings series electric guitar Yamaki Japan” is in sale since Saturday, December 19, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “highendbass” and is located in Santa Ana, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
Scroll down for 55 High Definition images and pictures inside Here’s a 2013 Gibson SG Standard in a pretty clean and original factory Classic White finish. The top and back are glossy and clean. From 4 feet away – it looks perfect. It’s a well cared for guitar – just played at home. No breaks, cracks or repairs. Here’s the correct specs, I believe. The Gibson 2013 SG Standard electric guitar looks and sounds as devilish as always. Ever since Gibson first released the SG design in 1961, players have appreciated its light, fast playing both onstage and in the studio. The 2013 SG Standard comes with two switchable Gibson’57 Classic pickups onboard, to deliver all the classic tones that have made this instrument a legend. The neck on the Gibson 2013 SG Standard adopts the slim-profile design that emerged in the later 1960s. This makes the neck notably slimmer than the rounded shape found on the 50s-era instruments. Staying true to the original 1961 SG design, nine trapezoidal inlays accent the bound rosewood fretboard. The headstock is finished to match the body. A mother-of-pearl Gibson logo inlaid at the center of the headstock stamps this instrument with a pedigree of peerless quality. Solid Design for Tight Tone. The 24.75-inch-scale mahogany neck is glued in a deep-set, long-tenon neck/body joint with a 17-degree back-angled headstock. The body and neck are balanced to achieve perfect cross-transference of resonance where they meet at the 19th fret, sealed with Franklin Titebond 50 glue — one of the strongest industrial wood glues in the world. A 1-11/16 wide Corian nut completes the equation. This solid neck-to-body jointing and precise alignment is something that you can distinctly feel as you play. 6.7 lbs on a digital scale. Comes with the original Gibson hardshell case as seen in the pictures. The item “2013 Gibson SG Standard Classic Alpine White 1960’s Neck 6.7 lbs with Case” is in sale since Wednesday, April 21, 2021. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “bullseye-guitars” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Lovies Guitars is offering up a Gorgeous. 1953 Gibson ES-5 with 3 P-90 Pickups in a Vintage Natural Finish! Gibson’s ES-5 was introduced in 1949 as the electric counterpart to Gibson’s L-5 Premier. Prior it its release, the ES-350 was the company’s flagship electric guitar. At 17 wide, and with numerous tonal options and a long 25.4scale, the ES-5 was designed for pro musicians, priced high, and built in very limited numbers. A couple of years later, Gibson would introduce its L5CES and Super 400CES models which, a decade later, rendered the ES-5 Switchmaster obsolete. The rewards of plugging this guitar into a big clean clean amp with reverb – say a Blackface Vibrolux or a bluesy rig like a prewar EH-150 amp – are each pretty incredible! There’s something about a big 17 hollow body with a P-90s that’s hard to beat. For Gibson history buffs, you’ll be interested to know that this guitar features a tapered headstock. We’ve never seen this feature later than 1951. It’s likely found on this guitar as it was a long scale high-end guitar with low production. This Awesome piece of history is is Great Shape, however it has a fair bit of checking all over, one hairline crack on the back near the strap button and a bit of finish work and repair near output jack. This instrument has been fitted with a new pickguard and Hand-Wired Seymour Duncan 59 P-90s (OG Pots). NO Breaks, Includes Original Hard Shell Lifton Case, SEE more pics at our site!! WEIGHS in at: 7.07 lbs. 900 at the 1st. All guitars are fully insured and we will deal with it. Lovies Guitars has CITES Master File and Certificates will be issued when and where needed. _gsrx_vers_854 GS 7.0.18 (854). The item “Vintage! 1953 Gibson ES-5 3 Pickup P-90 Natural Brazilian Fretboard + OHSC” is in sale since Wednesday, November 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “loviesguitars” and is located in Lakeside, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
This listing is for a beautiful, and extremely rare, Gibson Joe Perry BoneYard Les Paul Standard. Most of these are in private collections so here’s your chance to grab one with an incredible book matched AAAAA type curly maple flametop. The guitar has VOS finished aged nickle hardware and factory Gibson Patent Applied For / PAF type BurstBucker pickups with Gibson Kluson style tuners. Gibson only made 500 of these Limited Edition guitars in 2004 and 2005 and two of those were a Prototype. Almost of these guitars are in private collections so you’ll rarely see one for sale, especially in this condition and with a Killer AAAAA type flametop like this. Like a lot of the older Custom Shop guitars, the COA for this one was misplaced a few years ago. However, we’ll also include a blank Custom Shop COA Certificate Of Authenticity. You’ll have the option to fill in the model number and serial numbers. Mainly, we noticed the AAAA type flametop was exceptional, and it’s more of a black and tan color, rather than the “greenish” tint that almost all of these tops have. Also notice, the inlays, are cream / pearl colored and they are not green, like almost all of the other Boneyard Les Pauls. The Gibson rep carefuly looked over all of the pictures and details etc and he sent us a very nice reply. ,, We do have a record of this Joe Perry Les Paul, it was made in 2005. We recently had our luthier check the guitar out and he was very impressed. He’s been an Authorized Gibson Repair Tech for over 15 years and a luthier for over 35 years. In that time he has worked on thousands of guitars including hundreds of Les Pauls and a Martin for Eric Clapton as well as the vintage Martin that Willie Nelson owns. The guitar has been played very little and it really is, in exceptional condition, especially for being fifteen years old. It still looks great and is in excellent to near mint condition. The back, the frets, the fretboard, the neck and the headstock (front and back) are all very clean, and in excellent to near mint condition. There’s a lock on the side of the case so you can secure the guitar while it’s being stored or transported and the key is included. The case has some scuffs. Otherwise, it’s in great shape. All of the hardware is in place, and everything works properly, including the hasps, hinges, metal ball feet, strap lid and handle. The plush crushed velvet burgundy interior is super clean and in excellent condition. The accessory pocket is intact as well as the lid for it and the small pull tab. The Custom Shop care pack bag contains the following items. Some Gibson factory original literature. Some factory hang tags. An new Gibson Custom Shop 1/4 cord. A new Gibson Custom Shop cleaning cloth. A Gibson Custom Shop truss rod tool. Some new Gibson Custom Shop picks. The original key for the lock. The 2 oz silica gel pack. Collectable Guitars are like Collectable Classic Cars and the cleaner they are, the more they’re worth. I’d certainly rather have a nice clean 1957 Chevy Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible (or a near mint R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R0 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 Les Paul Standard or Custom) than an “aged one” any day. The Joe Perry BoneYard les Paul was one the crown jewels for Gibson that year. And since it was one of the flagship guitars for Gibson, the Custom Shop handpicked the AAAAA bookmatched highly figured maple flame tops on these. This is one of the most highly sought after Les Paul models and these guitars are going up rapidly in value, so it’s also a great investment. We rarely get in Joe Perry Boneyard Les Pauls, especially with a killer flame top like this one. And that’s not to mention all of the factory original extras, like this guitar has. W hoever buys this beautiful guitar, will be very pleased. Pay Pal is always an option, if you have an account with them. The item “Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Standard Joe Perry BoneYard VOS PAF with CS Bone Case” is in sale since Friday, April 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “worlwideguitars” and is located in Burleson, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Features: Single Cut
MPN: Does Not Apply
Right-/ Left-Handed: Right-Handed
String Configuration: 6 String
Model Year: 2004
Size: Full Size
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Body Material: Solid Wood
Model: Les Paul Standard
Product Line: Gibson Les Paul
Neck Material: Mahogany
Fretboard Material: Rosewood
Number of Frets: 24
Set Includes: Original Case And Tags Etc.
Body Color: AAAAA Flame Top
Body Type: Solid
Type: Electric Guitar
Items Included: Gibson Custom Shop BoneYard Case w/ Tags Etc