Made from genuine mahogany.
Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
Traditional Les Paul body shape with single cutaway and full-size humbucking pickups.
A faithful version of the Gibson non-reverse Thunderbird.
With “stepped” fingerboard rather than traditional frets.
The only known example of a D'Angelico violin.
A faithful Epiphone repro of the iconic Gibson ES-335s of the early 1960s.
Series-parallel and in-or-out of phase wring selection for each of the pickups.
Epiphone’s top of the line semi-hollowbody of the '60s.
Basically a Telecaster but with only the bridge pickup.
This is one heck of a slick smooth rocket ride.
Seymour Duncan "Hot Rails for Strat” bridge pickup and “Little ’59 for Strat” neck pickup.
In literally mint condition, never used.
Maple neck with almost no fret wear.
Super-high quality guitar from Japan.
Beautiful Brazilian rosewood.
Full-size 17"-wide body with Calton case.
No other Gibson even remotely similar is known to exist.
Upgraded to a larger Humbucker at the bridge.
With a genuine Gibson Humbucker at the bridge and a Mini-Humbucker Johnny Smith pickup at the neck.
Great condition, fabulous feel, and a terrific price.
"1833-1983 / 150TH YEAR"
PRS EXP 2012 P22 pickups in both positions and a Piezo pickup as well, with a 5-way switch and a mini-toggle for selection, with dual output jacks for stereo capability.
The famous “Headless Schatz”.
With active EMG pickups.
A dead-on copy of the original Les Paul Special.
Not a scratch on it anywhere and literally no fret wear.
“Gravé par Thérese”
Tuned E-E, a full octave above a standard 12-string guitar.
Tuned from D to D, with all courses tuned in unison.
"Just Plain Bill"
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