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Vintage Semi Hollow Sunburst Electric Guitar Incognito Archtop Japan Project

VINTAGE SEMI HOLLOW SUNBURST ELECTRIC GUITAR INCOGNITO ARCHTOP JAPAN PROJECT. For sale this Vintage Semi hollow Electric guitar Made in Japan, for sale as a working project, because need some work. The headstock logo is missing, but after some research because the neck plate design, looks like an Ibanez guitar. For sale as pictured, no […]

Kay 6535 1961 Tobacco Sunburst Archtop Guitar with Double Pickup & free gig bag

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 […]

1970s Gibson L-5 CES Vintage Archtop Electric Guitar Blonde with T Tops, Case

Up for sale, a late 1970s Gibson L-5 CES vintage archtop electric guitar in excellent condition and in perfect working order, featuring its original Blonde gloss nitro lacquer finish and pair of patent number T-Top humbuckers. Upon its introduction in 1951 as the electrified version of Gibson’s L-5C, the “CES” L-5 has been the gold […]

1967 Gibson ES-125 DC Full-Body Cutaway Dual Pickup Vintage Archtop es125 ES-175

1967 Gibson ES-125DC with Original Case! The guitar is all-original except some light touchup on both sides of the fretboard around fretboard extension which is likely factory as it’s marked “2” for second. There is less than normal wear and is very nice and shiny. There is a deep finish check along a grain line […]

Original 1965 Harmony Made Silvertone 1429 Thinline Archtop Hollow body Guitar

Heres an Original 1965 Silvertone 1429 Thinline Archtop Hollow Body Electric Guitar. These were made by Harmony, are the same as the H-75, and have risen to the top of the “collectables” with their retro look and sound, and are considered to be one of the finest guitars that Harmony ever built. The sound of […]