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Charvel Guthrie Govan Limited Edition Signature Prototype Flame Top Electric Guitar
Guitar virtuoso Guthrie Govan recently collaborated with Charvel to create a signature model that would encompass all his wants, needs, and desires within a guitar, and here's the net result! This example is an actual prototype of what will be the regular production model's of Guthrie's guitar, and The Music Zoo is honored to be the only dealer in North America to have it!

Guthrie chose materials and design carefully and what emerges is a guitar using a basswood body (uncooked) with a flame maple top, a bolt-on roasted flame maple neck with 24 extra jumbo frets, electronics that use custom-wound Charvel MFB pickups in a hum-sing-hum confirguration, and a Charvel Tremol-No bridge and Sperzel locking tuners that will allow for heavy tremolo activity.

These guitars are the absolute pinnacle when it comes to high-performance, and they will stretch your playing to the limit.
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Charvel Guthrie Govan Limited Edition Signature Prototype Flame Top Electric Guitar
Guitar virtuoso Guthrie Govan recently collaborated with Charvel to create a signature model that would encompass all his wants, needs, and desires within a guitar, and here's the net result! This example is an actual prototype of what will be the regular production model's of Guthrie's guitar, and The Music Zoo is honored to be the only dealer in North America to have it!

Guthrie chose materials and design carefully and what emerges is a guitar using a basswood body (uncooked) with a flame maple top, a bolt-on roasted flame maple neck with 24 extra jumbo frets, electronics that use custom-wound Charvel MFB pickups in a hum-sing-hum confirguration, and a Charvel Tremol-No bridge and Sperzel locking tuners that will allow for heavy tremolo activity.

These guitars are the absolute pinnacle when it comes to high-performance, and they will stretch your playing to the limit.
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Charvel Guthrie Govan Limited Edition Signature Prototype Birds Eye Electric Guitar
Guitar virtuoso Guthrie Govan recently collaborated with Charvel to create a signature model that would encompass all his wants, needs, and desires within a guitar, and here's the net result! This example is an actual prototype of what will be the regular production model's of Guthrie's guitar, and The Music Zoo is honored to be the only dealer in North America to have it!

Guthrie chose materials and design carefully and what emerges is a guitar using a basswood body (uncooked) with a birds eye maple top, a bolt-on roasted flame maple neck with 24 extra jumbo frets, electronics that use custom-wound Charvel MFB pickups in a hum-sing-hum confirguration, and a Charvel Tremol-No bridge and Sperzel locking tuners that will allow for heavy tremolo activity.

These guitars are the absolute pinnacle when it comes to high-performance, and they will stretch your playing to the limit.
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Used EVH USA Wolfgang Hardtail Electric Guitar Transparent Amber
This is a preowned EVH USA Wolfgang Hardtail guitar in excellent condition. This model has a tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece in place of a tremolo bridge and locking nut. It's built using a basswood body with a maple top and with a quartersawn maple neck with a birdseye maple fretboard. The guitar has a 25.5" scale length, a compound 12-16" fretboard radius, and EVH humbucker pickups.The neck has an oil finish that is perfect for speed. All in all a great, high-performance guitar. Weight is 7 pounds, 9 ounces.
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Used 2010 Gibson ES-335 Left-Hand Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst
We have a preowned 2010 Gibson ES-335 left-hand guitar in excellent, all-original condition. It's a straight-up 335 built with laminated maple/poplar/maple top, back, and sides, and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard. Pickups are '57 Classics. The guitar plays well and sounds great. No issues here. It comes with an original hardshell case that is in good condition, with a small bit of sticker residue. Weight is 8 pounds, 3 ounces.
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Gibson SG Standard Electric Guitar Heritage Cherry
The Gibson SG Standard holds an esteemed place in music history, played by everyone from Duane Allman to Frank Zappa, Townshend to Iommi, and beyond. And let's not forget Angus! The latest SG Standard from Gibson continues to be built with a mahogany body and neck, and a rosewood fretboard, all of which yield that signature warmth and midrange that informs most of Gibson’s solidbody guitars. The neck is still a Slim Taper profile, but the fretboard now has a 12-16" compound radius, allowing for a smoother fretboard for soloing in the upper reaches. Pickups are '57 Classics that can be coil-split using the volume pots' push/pull activation. The SG Standard features the 2015 updates that Gibson has made to its lineup, including a brass nut and G-Force (formerly Min-Etune) automatic tuning. But, in the end, it remains the iconic SG.
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Duesenberg Fullerton Elite Catalina Electric Guitar Blue
Duesenberg's Fullerton Elite guitar is a semi-hollow design that combines retro and modern elements into a guitar for all times and many styles. It can do torch and twang thanks to a vintage-inspired tremolo bridge, while a compliment of humbucker and single-coil pickups offer a range tones that can sit well with loud rock or Country and everything inbetween. It has a big "D" shaped neck profile that feels very vintage, while a longer 25.6" neck scale allows for some serious shimmer, harmonics, and top-end overtones.
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Duesenberg 59 Series Electric Guitar Tobacco Burst
The 59 Series guitar from Duesenberg is the company's own spin on the classic '59 LP-type guitar. Of course, it's unique by having the very distinctive Duesenberg art-deco-inspired hardware. There's the stair-step pickguard, and hardware with bevelled edges. Yet the cream binding and gorgeous Tobacco Burst finish and other design elements make for a beautiful guitar. Scale length is somewhat longer at 25.6 inches allowing for some top end snap, while the mahogany and Duesy Grand Vintage humbuckers yield midrange warmth tempered with clear, detailed tone. The 59 will appeal to players who love tradition yet seek a new and different way to present it.
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Gibson Memphis Limited Edition ES-335 Electric Guitar Lemonburst
Here's something Gibson Memphis hasn't done until now: combine a dazzling flame maple top under a Lemonburst finish with open-coil pickups and cream accents on an ES-335. This limited edition ES-335 Lemonburst guitar is a gorgeous as it is functional. It features DiMarzio Double-Cream pickups and a Memphis Tone Circuit that preserves treble when the volume is lowered. The mahogany neck has a comfortable Slim Taper profile and it's a joy to play this great 335, or you can just stare at it because it's beautiful. Of course, it's really meant to be played.
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Gibson Les Paul LPM Electric Guitar Transluscent Ebony
The Gibson LPM Les Paul is a Les Paul through and through, with traditional maple and mahogany body construction and a mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard. Like it's stablemate, the Studio, the LPM doesn't have the body and fretboard binding of more upscale Les Paul's. It does, however, have a weight-relieved body and a comfortable, rounded neck profile. It's a very comfortable guitar to play. Power comes from two '61 Zebra pickups that sound great and get the job done! If there is actually a "job." You might just love playing the LPM because it's simply a great guitar to hear and play! The LPM includes the 2015 updates that Gibson has made to its lineup, including a brass nut and G-Force (formerly Min-Etune) automatic tuning. In the end, however, it’s proof that when you get down to basics, that might be all you need!
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Gibson Custom Shop Exclusive Murphy Ultra Aged '59 Les Paul Electric Guitar Faded Tobacco Burst
The Music Zoo's Exclusive Murphy Ultra Aged '59 Les Paul's from Gibson Custom Shop are hard to come by, but we have one of these fantastic guitars here in stock. It's been aged by restoration and aging expert Tom Murphy from Gibson Custom to have the appearance--and tone!--of a '59 that decidedly hasn't been sitting in a closet or under a bed but has been out in the field, working and making music.

The Ultra Aged Les Pauls offer the quality build and attention to detail that the Gibson Custom Shop and Tom Murphy are famous for. These guitars start life as a regular Historic Reissue but are transformed by Tom into living, breathing, screaming monsters. Perhaps the first thing you notice when you pick one up is the finish missing on some areas on the neck's back; it's soft, and warm to the touch. Same for the forearm section of the top; it feels straight out of the case like it's been played for years. The heavily rounded fingerboard edges make chord shapes feel easier, and creates a familiarity with the guitar from the moment you pick it up, much like a well-played vintage original.

Many people who see the Ultra Aged Les Pauls in our store immediately assume it's a vintage '50s guitar. The expert aging, lacquer checking, and missing finish is nice cosmetically, but serves a larger purpose. It allows the guitar to breathe. Over time new guitars tend to open up and become more resonant, rich, and harmonic as they are played; most Ultra Aged Les Pauls sound "played-in" from the first note. They're "player" guitars that are collectible and happen to be some of the best Les Pauls ever made. And, they are Music Zoo Exclusives.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Double-Humbucker Electric Guitar Black Cherry Burst
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available in one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back. This Hardtop example, finished in a gorgeous Black Cherry Burst, has two pickups that each have independent volume controls and one master tone control. A heavy-duty three-way toggle switch is used as the pickup selector.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and an Indian rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Double-Humbucker Electric Guitar Ebony Transparent
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available in one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back. This Hardtop example, finished in a gorgeous Ebony Transparent shade, has two pickups that each have independent volume controls and one master tone control. A heavy-duty three-way toggle switch is used as the pickup selector.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and an Indian rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Single-Humbucker Electric Guitar Butterscotch
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available with one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back, while the pickguard-less top allows some the grain of a beautiful two-piece ash body to be visible under the finish. Single-pickup models such as this example, which is finished in gorgeous Butterscotch, have only a volume and tone control. The single pickup definitely looks cool, but there’s a function with the form; it’s known that having only one pickup means less string pull and interference from the other pickup’s magnets and better sound overall. Also, despite the presence of a pickup ring, the pickup on the Hardtop is directly mounted onto the body, further improving tone.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and a maple fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Single-Humbucker Electric Guitar Blonde
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available in one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back, and the pickguard-less top allows some the grain of a beautiful two-piece body to be visible under the finish. Single-pickup models such as this example, which is finished in gorgeous Blonde, have only a volume and tone control. The single pickup definitely looks cool, but there’s a function with the form; it’s known that having only one pickup means less string pull and interference from the other pickup’s magnets and better sound overall. Also, despite the presence of a pickup ring, the pickup on the Hardtop is directly mounted onto the body, further improving tone.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and a rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Single-Humbucker Electric Guitar Honey Blonde
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available with one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back, while the pickguard-less top allows some the grain of a beautiful two-piece ash body to be visible under a the finish. Single-pickup models such as this example, which is finished in gorgeous Honey Blonde, have only a volume and tone control. The single pickup definitely looks cool, but there’s a function with the form; it’s known that having only one pickup means less string pull and interference from the other pickup’s magnets and better sound overall. Also, despite the presence of a pickup ring, the pickup on the Hardtop is directly mounted onto the body, further improving tone.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and a rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Double-Humbucker Electric Guitar Sunset Orange Transparent
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available with one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back, and the pickguard-less top allows some the grain of a beautiful two-piece body to be visible under the finish. This Hardtop example, finished in a gorgeous Sunset Orange Transparent shade, has two pickups that each have independent volume controls and one master tone control. A heavy-duty three-way toggle switch is used as the pickup selector.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and a Indian rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Double-Humbucker Electric Guitar Sunfire Orange Flake
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available with one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back. This Hardtop example, finished in a gorgeous Sunfire Orange Flake, has two pickups that each have independent volume controls and one master tone control. A heavy-duty three-way toggle switch is used as the pickup selector.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and a maple fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Fender Custom Shop Music Zoo Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster Double-Humbucker Electric Guitar Black Pearl
The Exclusive Hardtop Stratocaster guitar is the result of a collaboration between The Music Zoo and Fender Custom Shop. We envisioned an instrument that acknowledged the Fender Stratocaster as being the original inspiration for all of the Strat-type guitars that broke the mold by having humbucker pickups and other modifications that earned them the moniker, “Super Strats.”

So, the Hardtop is the Zoo’s own take on the Super Strat concept, as made by the source! They’re distinguished by having very vintage-like Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups, and the guitars are available in one- or two-pickup models. You’ll also notice that these guitars are built without pickguards, hence the name Hardtop; all electronics are rear-loaded through the instrument’s back. This Hardtop example, finished in a gorgeous Black Pearl , has two pickups that each have independent volume controls and one master tone control. A heavy-duty three-way toggle switch is used as the pickup selector.

The Hardtop’s body is lightweight ash, and the one-piece maple neck has a rounded “V” profile and an Indian rosewood fretboard. There’s definitely a minimal aesthetic at work here, and you can see this by the headstock’s bare-bones NoCaster-like Fender decal. Still, when it comes down to actually playing the Hardtop, you’ll hear how using hand-selected quality woods along with the right components and craftsmanship truly make a difference. The guitar resonates effortlessly unplugged while responding with rich overtones and nuances.
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Gibson Les Paul Traditional Electric Guitar Heritage Cherry Sunburst
Just like other classic guitars, the Gibson Les Paul comes in a few different models to satisfy the needs of different players. Some prefer modern over traditional and vice-versa, but for players who prefer the latter, there’s the Gibson Les Paul Traditional. This model doesn’t feature weight relief and it sports an extra-large rounded neck profile that truly harks back to the big “club” necks used in the 1950s. Then, there are other details that feel vintage, such as an enhanced, finely carved maple top, which uses nicely flamed A+ maple and looks fantastic under the finish. The Traditional uses 1959 Tribute humbucker pickups that capture the output and sonic detail of the original PAFs from the ‘50s. As with all of the new Gibson electric guitars, this model incorporates the new appointments that the company has incorporated into its 2015 models, including an adjustable brass nut and G-Force (formerly known as Min-Etune) automatic tuning. But aside from these contemporary touches, the Traditional is old-school all the way!
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Gibson Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst
For years, The Gibson Les Paul Classic has provided guitarists with everything they know and love about this timeless guitar, yet it’s also modernized with features that will appeal to players who love tradition yet aren't bound by it. The Classic has modern weight-relief that makes it easier to hold onstage and a comfortable Slim Taper neck. Meanwhile, its electronics expand on the traditional two volume/two tone controls format by replacing one of the tone controls with a mini-toggle switch that activates a 15-dB boost for leadwork or extra volume when needed. The '57 Classic (neck) and Super '57 (bridge) humbucker pickups can be coil split by pulling the volume pots, resulting in an increased tonal pallette. Visually, the guitar has some beautiful and subtle figuring on its maple top that contrasts wonderfully with the Vintage Sunburst color. This new model incorporates some updates that Gibson has made for all of its models, including an adjustable brass nut and improved G-Force (formerly Min-Etune) automatic tuning. When all's said and done, the Classic takes brilliantly gives the traditional Les Paul guitar a great, modern spin.
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Gibson Les Paul Traditional Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst
Just like other classic guitars, the Gibson Les Paul comes in a few different models to satisfy the needs of different players. Some prefer modern over traditional and vice-versa, but for players who prefer the latter, there’s the Gibson Les Paul Traditional. This model doesn’t feature weight relief and it sports an extra-large rounded neck profile that truly harks back to the big “club” necks used in the 1950s. Then, there are other details that feel vintage, such as an enhanced, finely carved maple top, which uses nicely flamed A+ maple and looks fantastic under the finish. The Traditional uses 1959 Tribute humbucker pickups that capture the output and sonic detail of the original PAFs from the ‘50s. As with all of the new Gibson electric guitars, this model incorporates the new appointments that the company has incorporated into its 2015 models, including an adjustable brass nut and G-Force (formerly known as Min-Etune) automatic tuning. But aside from these contemporary touches, the Traditional is old-school all the way!
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Gibson Les Paul Less Plus Electric Guitar Desert Burst
If there’s a Les Paul model to meet the needs of different players, the Less Plus was created for those who love the Les Paul design but need a guitar that weighs less and has a comfortable feel. Hence the name of this model. It uses a slimmer, modern weight-relieved mahogany back with a ribcage contour that allows for comfort and a less heavy and less bulky guitar. It really feels comfortable to play, but there’s no mistaking that it’s a Les Paul guitar! The Less Plus uses a great looking B+ figured maple top and a rounded neck profile that feels great in your hand. Materials and construction are of a typical Les Paul: mahogany body and neck, a one-piece rosewood fretboard, and the aforementioned maple top, all of which create the renowned warmth, sustain, and midrange wallop with nice top-end that are signature Les Paul. Electronics revolve around ’57 Classic (neck) and ’57 Plus (bridge) humbucking pickup, and features include coil-splitting and a 15-dB boost via the mini-toggle switch. The Less Plus includes the 2015 updates that Gibson has made to its lineup, including a brass nut and G-Force (formerly Min-Etune) automatic tuning. Although the Less Plus is lighter and emphasizes comfort, it’s nonetheless a heavy hitter when it comes to Les Pauls!
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar Heritage Cherry Sunburst
The Gibson Les Paul Standard has been around for decades and it’s changed in various ways over time. The latest Les Paul to be the Standard bearer happens to be the most diverse Les Paul in Gibson’s line. Along with the mahogany body and neck and maple top (here it’s gorgeous AA flame maple) and rosewood fretboard that typifies the Les Paul guitar, the latest Standard veers from tradition by having a compound 10-16” radius, an asymmetrical Slim Taper neck, and a modern weight-relieved body. The electronics, meanwhile, expand the sonic palette of the guitar by allowing coil-tapping of the BB Pro pickups, along with phase reversing. This new Standard model incorporates some updates that Gibson has made for all of its models, including an adjustable brass nut and improved G-Force (formerly Min-Etune) automatic tuning. If you love the Les Paul but crave some more tonal variety and a flatter radius for soloing in the upper reaches, the Standard is your answer.
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Jackson Custom Shop SL-V Soloist 3SC Electric Guitar Transparent Green
This SL-V Soloist from Jackson's Custom Shop is distinctive by having three single-coil DiMarzio Injector pickups, along with a striking Transparent Green finish and a beautiful flame maple top over a poplar body. Being a Soloist, the quartersawn maple neck runs through the body, making for amazing sustain and resonance. Those Injector pickups are very high-output while retaining the unique sonic qualities of single-coil. Other features on this green machine include a Floyd Rose bridge and locking nut, and black and brass hardware that nicely compliment the finish.
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Used 1974 Gibson Les Paul Special 74/55 Electric Guitar Two-Tone Sunburst
This is a preowned 1974 Gibson Les Paul Special guitar in a great two-tone sunburst finish. It's in excellent condition with only some tiny nick and pick scratches. One of the volume pots does not turn smoothly although it works fine otherwise. The guitar has been maintained nicely over its 40-year life. Features include a mahogany body and neck, a bound dark rosewood fretboard, P-90 single-coil pickups, 100-percent original wirking, black plastic parts, double-ring Kluson Deluxe tuners, and an All Parts wraparound bridge/tailpiece. A "Made in USA" stamp is on the headstock, per guitars of this vintage.
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Gibson Memphis '64 ES-345 Maestro Electric Guitar VOS Sixties Cherry
The '64 ES-345 Maestro reissue from Gibson Memphis is an exquisite recreation of the 1964 model that featured a Maestro Vibrola tailpiece. Features include a hot-pressed maple/poplar/maple top, back, and sides, a SlimTaper mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, a gorgeous VOS-aged Sixties Cherry finish with tan body and fretboard binding, and some light aging particularly on the gold pickup covers. Pickups are MHS humbuckers that excellently recreate the great tones of this classic mid-‘60s guitar. Other details include the matching 550K pots, the six-position Varitone switch, the period-correct “Custom Made” plate that covers the anchor holes for a stopbar tailpiece, and a non-wire ABR-1 bridge. Split parallelogram tuners, and witch-hat knobs.
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Taylor 914ce Grand Auditorium Cutaway Acoustic/Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst
Top of the line in both aesthetics and tone: This is the Taylor 914ce, a Grand Auditorium cutaway acoustic/electric, finished in Tobacco Sunburst and loaded with beautiful appointments such as the abalone rosette and binding and Taylor's "Cindy" fretboard inlays. It's built using Sitka spruce fro the top, Indian rosewood for the back and sides, a mahogany neck with an ebony fretboard, and details such as gold Gotoh tuners. Tone is balanced from across the frequency range with a pronounced midrange. It can handle medium-strength strumming but also dynamic enough for fingerstyle playing and single-note soloing. It's a diverse guitar that can be used for divergent styles of music, and its a truly beautiful example of Taylor's guitar-making brilliance.
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Used 1990s Taylor 555 12-String Acoustic/Electric Guitar Natural
This is a preowned Taylor 555 12-string acoustic guitar built in the '90s. It's in excellent condition and features a Grand Orchestra body shape, a Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, a mahogany neck and ebony fretboard, an ebony bridge, and a gorgeous abalone rosette. Players who love a big, robust 12-string will love this guitar.
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Used Taylor GS5e Acoustic/Electric Guitar Natural
The Taylor GS5e, which we have here preowned and in excellent condition, was manufactured for a limited time and is no longer available. It's rare that we get them in. Features include a Grand Auditorium-shape body, a cedar top with mahogany back and sides, a mahogany neck and an ebony fretboard. The combination of body shape and materials yields a very warm and midrangey tone with plenty of dynamic range and clarity. Electronics are Taylor's Expression System.
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Used Rick Turner Model 1 LBU-C Mahogany Body Electric Guitar
We have a preowned Rick Turner Model 1 LBU-C guitar in excellent condition, with only some light marks on the back. This is the guitar made famous by Lindsey Buckingham and more recently by John Mayer. It features a chambered mahogany body and a five-piece maple neck with a rosewood fretboard. Details include twenty-four 6150 frets, a 24-3/4" scale length, Gotoh tuners, and a Schaller roller bridge with a Turner tailpiece. The Model 1 is highly regarded for its electronics; using a single Turner High Clarity humbucker pickup that can be split into single-coil mode, and also an active preamp with a semi-parametric EQ, the Model 1 can deliver everything from convincing acoustic tones to searing lead tones. Hearing is believing. Weight is 7 pounds, 13 ounces.
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Used 2012 Schecter Hellraiser Extreme C-1 Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst
For anybody interested in raising some h-e-double hockey sticks, here's a preowned 2012 Schecter Hellraiser Extreme C-1 guitar in excellent condition with only some slight wear on the pickup covers. These very well-made guitars are built with a mahogany body and figured maple top, and a slim-profiled five-piece maple/walnut neck in a neck-through-body design. Details include a tune-o-matic a bridge, and active EMG 89R and 81 humbucker pickups. Scale length is 25.5 inches, and the radius and neck width are 16 inches and 1.65 inches respectively. The satin Tobacco Burst finish is nicely complimented by a maple fretboard and dark chrome hardware. Weight is 8 pounds. Does not include case.
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Used Egnater Renegade 112 65-Watt Combo Guitar Amplifier
In excellent condition is this preowned Egnater Renegade 112 combo amp in excellent, barely used condition. The amp delivers 65 watts into a custom-voiced Egnater Celestion Elite-100 12-inch speaker and is powered by two 6L6 and two EL34 output tubes that can actually be blended together (via a Tube Mix feature) for different voicings. Six 12AX7s are used in the preamp. The amp uses two independent channels each with its own volume, gain, three-band EQ, and switching for "Tight" and "Bright" voicings. Other features include reverb, a main and secondary master volumes, a buffered effects loop, a balanced XLR output for direct inputting, and a master bias adjust with external test points. The amp can run at 18 or 65 watts and comes with a four-button footswitch.
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Used Gibson Custom Shop Collector's Choice #1 '59 Les Paul Electric Guitar VOS Butterscotch
We have a preowned Gibson Custom Shop Collector's Choice #1 '59 Les Paul guitar in excellent condition. It's an exact replica of the very guitar owned and used by Gary Moore during his tenure with Thin Lizzy and now owned by British collector Melvyn Franks. It's also the guitar that was owned and used by the legendary Peter Green. Finished in a faded Butterscotch non-burst, the guitar is very much the way Moore had it when he purchased it from Green. This includes a reversed front pickup (a Burst Bucker 3) that's wired out of phase, and unmatched control knobs. Tuners were also changed to Sperzels at some during Moore's ownership. This example includes a Certificate of Authenticity that was signed by the late, great Gary Moore. Weight is 9 pounds, 2 ounces.
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Gibson Memphis Limited Edition ES-335 Electric Guitar Lemonburst
Here's something Gibson Memphis hasn't done until now: combine a dazzling flame maple top under a Lemonburst finish with open-coil pickups and cream accents on an ES-335. This limited edition ES-335 Lemonburst guitar is a gorgeous as it is functional. It features DiMarzio Double-Cream pickups and a Memphis Tone Circuit that preserves treble when the volume is lowered. The mahogany neck has a comfortable Slim Taper profile and it's a joy to play this great 335, or you can just stare at it because it's beautiful. Of course, it's really meant to be played.
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Nik Huber '59 Orca Quilted Maple Electric Guitar Faded Sunburst
The '59 Orca from Nic Huber is the German luthier's take on a late '50s LP-type guitar. It's built with exceptional materials, and Huber's brilliance as a luthier is evident upon pickup up and playing the instrument: it truly sounds and feels like a guitar that's decades old and played regularly. Basic construction includes a thick mahogany body and a supremely quilted Eastern European maple top in a Faded Sunburst shade and with patterns that look very leopard-like. The mahogany neck has a comfortable rounded profile and a genuine Brazilian rosewood fretboard sits on top. With Huber's custom 1959 humbucker's, which are reminiscent of vintage PAFs, the Orca '59 has warmth and clarity, allowing for great nuances. Meanwhile, The neck/body joint has the contour that Huber uses on all of his guitars, allowing for smooth acccess to upper frets. The Orca '59 from Nik Huber guitars is a truly great variation on a classic theme.
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Gibson Custom Shop Byrdland Florentine Electric Guitar Bourbon Burst
Among the famed Gibson archtop guitars that emerged in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, the Byrdland model holds a special place. It emerged in 1955 as the result of a collaboration between Gibson and Nashville session guitarists Billy Byrd and Hank Garland in an effort to create a guitar that had the tonal and physical characteristics of an archtop but with features that enabled optimum performance in the electric domain.

The net result was the Byrdland, whose tell-tale features are a thinner, 2-1/4" body intended for comfort but also to reduce feedback, and a shorter 23.5" scale length that was also intended for comfort but also better playability. Today's Byrdland from Gibson Custom Shop's Crimson Division continues to be period-correct to the 1957 model, and it's built with a solid spruce top, maple for the back and sides, and a five-piece maple/walnut neck with an ebony fretboard, and '57 Classic pickups that faithfully replicate the sound of early PAFs. This particular Byrdland is finished in a fantastic Bourbon Burst shade and has the sharper Florentine cutaway.
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Martin Custom Shop 00-18 12-Fret Flamed Mahogany Acoustic Guitar Natural
In the early decades of the previous century, most guitars were built using a 12-fret design in which the neck and body meet at the 12th fret. These guitars are exceptional for having a bold full tone with a midrange emphasis, and not a lot of treble bite or bass thump but certainly enough top-end sparkle and some resonance in the low-end. Much of this has to do with the bracing pattern and bridge position.

With this particular 00-18, Martin Custom Shop has captured these tonal qualities in a guitar that is wonderfully reminiscent of an early time. It uses Style 18 appointments that are gorgeously spartan and features such as the slotted headstock (a common sight on old guitars) and Waverly open-back tuners with ivaroid buttons capture the vintage vibe. Meanwhile, the guitar's flame mahogany back and sides, dark ebony neck with pearloid dot markers, and satin finish on the back make for a visual and sonic feast.
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Taylor 324ce Left-Hand Mahogany Top Grand Auditorium Acoustic/Electric Guitar Natural
The Taylor 324ce "Hog Top" Grand Auditorium acoustic/electric guitar--here in its left-hand version--offers a mahogany top with sapele back and sides, giving a dark, rich tone. The Grand Auditorium body shape provides a mixture of clarity and fullness, great for all playing styles. This comes complete with Taylor's Expression System, a combination of surface mics that pick up that guitar's natural resonance, creating an astonishingly natural sound.
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Danelectro '56 Reissue Baritone Electric Guitar Red
The reissue of Danelectro's renowned '56 Baritone model features all the classic appointments you love from the original, including the bottle headstock, Kluson style tuners, and single cutaway design. Also comes equipped with two vintage-sounding lipstick pickups. Does not include case.
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