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1964 Gibson Firebird III electric guitar SUNBURST FINISH reverse firebird 3

1964 Gibson Reverse Firebird III in SUNBURST FINISH in very very good condition for its age, with its original gold-lined hardshell case, serial number 212XXX. Prior to coming to us, this vintage Reverse Firebird III was a ONE-OWNER GUITAR! Super super cool and quite rare. This’Bird is no closet queen, she has been played – […]

ESP Stratocaster Relic Finish Sunburst Electric Guitar withhard case 11-13

ESP Snapper Relic Sunburst Electric Guitar w/hard case 11-13. Very cool ESP relic strat in sunburst finish. Possibly some very slight buzz on a few frets, but nothing really outstandingly buzzy. Frets at 70 percent or so. Some nicks/dings/scratches, but overall I think most of the cosmetic flaws are intentional, applied as a relic job. […]

Vintage 1967 Gibson Sg Special Electric Guitar Cherry Finish

What makes this guitar special: A lightweight cherry beauty, with a pair of snarling P90s and full, resonant tone. The medium profile mahogany neck affords nearly effortless maneuverability, while the nicely variegated rosewood fingerboard is soft and comfortable, with a slightly more narrow nut width than its contemporaries for easy bends and lead lines. As […]

Parker Nitefly- Electric Guitar, white finish

Parker nite Fly in excellent condition. With original gig bag. Check out other nite fly’s. The item “Parker Nitefly- Electric Guitar, white finish” is in sale since Monday, May 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars”. The seller is “sebastianroman” and is located in Katy, Texas. This […]

Fender 60th Anniversary American Telecaster 2011 Blonde Thinskin Nitro Finish

Super Clean 60th Anniversary American Telecaster. Blond Thinskin Nitrocellulose Lacquer finish. Cracks or dents on body or neck. Slight pick scratches on pickguard only. Includes Fender TSA case shown. Neck and action are excellent. Celebrating the axe that turned the guitar world on its axis. This is where it all began: in 1951, Leo Fender […]