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1935 Rickenbacher Model B 6, excellent first year example with single volume control (no tone). Fully original and has original case and some "extras". $2495

1936 Rickenbacker Electro Spanish, round neck, very rare, the real "first" solid body, solid Bakelite body and neck, with non original case, Call

1950s Romero solidbody, very rare and historically important guitar. The story goes that Romero, a music store in New Iberia Louisiana, was selling Fender Amps in the late 1940s. When they got their first solidbody, Broadcasters and such, they decided that they too could make guitars. When the Fender rep came though to call on them they, he ask if he could bring one out for Leo Fender to look at. Leo like the body shape (not much else) and used the shape for his upcoming Jazzmaster model. This example is quite nice, but played, the finish is a cross between Copper and burgundy mist. Call for price.

1951 Gibson ES 175, single P-90, blond finish, excellent with light checking, missing pickguard, modern hardcase, Tall (speed) knobs, Call

1956 Gibson ES 5, Switchmaster, sunburst finish over curly maple body, three P-90 pickups, 100% and super clean with only very light checking, small piece of finish chip (see image), overall 9 of 10 condition, OHSC, $9000

1950s Gretsch, Country Club Falcon, this is a converted guitar. Nice guitar if you play Rockabilly and don't want to spend $25K. From 2 feet away no one will know. With OHSC, reduced, call for price

1960s National Newport 82, small map shaped body in Red, one neck potion pickup and one bridge (transducer) pickup, very nice original condition with mostly just neck wear (on the back), with OHSC, $1495

1960s National Val Pro 82, red finish, single pickup model, large map body, excellent condition, with original hardcase, $1495

1960s National Val Pro 84, white finish, one standard (neck position) and one bridge (acoustic) pickups, large map body, excellent condition, with original hard-shell case,  $1995

1969 Gibson L5 CES, sunburst finish, shape cutaway, nice sized neck, not the thin tight neck of 66-8, very nice and dark finish and trim rings. new pickguard in the case, Call

1973 Gibson Super 400 CES, sunburst finish, excellent condition, Call

1974 Gibson Byrdland, sunburst finish, very curly back, excellent condition, new pickguard, some checking, about an 8 of 10 condition, with OHSC, Call

1985 American Showster, the prototype, hand built by Rick Excellente, signed on the rear of the headstock, looks like a '57 Chevy rear fender, Foam Green finish, tail light works when you hit the Tremolo, with OHSC, Call

1980s Ovation (yes solid body) UK 2, "barn board" finish, excellent, rare, these actually are great guitars, $850

1980's Strings and Things "St. Blues" Strat style, single humbucker, trem, Maple "V" neck, feels just like a 1957 Fender neck. These are getting impossible to find, with hardcase, $995

1983 Gibson Chet Atkins solidbody, excellent, first issue solidbody classical, if you like the first type electronics and simplicity of the guitar this one is as clean as I've seen, OHSC, Call

1995 Paul Reed Smith Artist Limited, Teal Black finish shows very curly maple top, very nice near mint guitar with abalone binding up the fingerboard and headstock, with OHSC, Call

1990s Jerry Jones, Sitar, green finish, as new, you know the guitar, with case, Call

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