Greco Michael Schenker MSV-850 Flying V made in 1981 in the classic signature Black and White two-tone finish with matching headstock, truss rod cover and pick-guard. This lawsuit era Gibson replica was made in the Fujigen factory in Japan in 1981 and is one of the highest quality examples of the imitation models that Japan was making at the time. This guitar features a solid mahogany body, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. The stock pickups that date to 1981 are PAF clones that sound fantastic and are controlled by 1 Volume and 2 Tone knobs along with a 3-way pickup selector switch. The medium C shape neck is a 24.75” scale length just like Gibson and has 22 nickel frets with a brass nut.
This guitar is in very good condition with only a couple of minor dings (see photos). The action and playability on this guitar are phenomenal and it is setup perfect to play all of the classic Scorpions leads and riffs. Comes with the original black with pink interior hardshell case which is in excellent condition!
Fender Masterbuilt Custom Shop ’61 Stratocaster in very cool Orange Burst “Creamsicle” finish with factory Black Hardware built by Jason Smith 2011. This rare Masterbuilt guitar was made by Jason Smith from start to finish based on an original 1961 Stratocaster. What makes this guitar truly unique was Jason’s choice of factory black hardware and this very cool Orange Burst “Creamsicle” finish! This ’61 reissue features an ash body, highly figured birds eye maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. Equipped with 3 Josefina Hand-Wound ’60s Strat Single-Coils pickups controlled by a master volume, two tone knobs and a 5-way pickup selector switch. Although this guitar has factory black hardware, all of the hardware is vintage spec including the vintage Pre-CBS style tuning machines, and vintage style synchronized tremolo. The 3-ply pearloid pick-guard is not period correct for the ’61 Strat however it is a great choice by Jason to blend the Orange Burst finish, with black hardware bringing a modern touch to a vintage sounding and feeling guitar.
This guitar is in excellent condition with only minor surface scratches. There is moderate to heavy finish checking that came factory even though the COA reads NOS. This guitar has been freshly re-strung, setup and sounds fantastic! Comes with COA, case candy, and original 61 reissue Fender hardshell case with brown tolex.
Vintage Fender Jaguar in sunburst finish made in 1967. This guitar is all original with the exception of the bone nut. This guitar features an off-set solid alder body with a maple neck and bound Brazilian Rosewood fretboard that most notibley has the Pearl block inlays which were first introduced in 1967. The original grey bobbin single coil pickups are matched with the original pots dating to 1966 as well as all of the original switches with unmolested solder joints. The Fender “F” style tuning machines, dynamic vibrato with tremolo arm, skirted knobs and chrome hardware are all original and work as they should. The original frets have a lot of life left and look like they were crowned and dressed at one point but never re-fretted. This guitar is all there and comes with the original Fender Jaguar hardshell case with orange interior.
The guitar while almost 100% original has some wear which includes belt buckle rash, various dings, dents, and checking on the body, the pick-guard is slightly shrunken, “Fender Jaguar” waterslide decal is worn missing roughly half of the gold in the “Fender” part and part of the “J” in jaguar. This is a great original vintage piece with legitimate parts thats already worn in and ready for stage!
Fender USA Custom Shop Stratocaster in Champagne Sparkle finish made in 1995. This guitar has a stunning finish and is very clean! This Strat features an alder body, highly figured birds eye maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. The guitar comes equipped with Fender Custom Shop Texas special single coil pickups controlled by a master volume, 2 tone knobs and a 5-way pickup selector switch. The 3-ply pearloid pick-guard pairs beautifully with the Champagne sparkle finish along with chrome hardware and Fender branded Schaller tuning machines. The 2-point synchronized tremolo has upgraded Graph Tech string saddles which increase intonation adjustment and string life, but the rest of the guitar is all original. The original hardshell case is loaded with all of the original case candy which includes the COA, Fender Polish cloth, tremolo springs, and Fender accessory booklet.
This guitar is in fantastic condition with only very light surface scratches, very light belt buckle marks and some very small dings on the headstock.
ESP George Lynch Kamikaze I Prototype made at the ESP 48th Street location in New York in 1988. This guitar features a maple body, maple neck and ebony fingerboard. The guitar is equipped with the original Seymour “Duncan Distortion” Humbucker in the bridge position wound by Maricela Juarez which are highly sought after. The neck pickup is an aftermarket Dimarzio Cruiser DP186 single coil. There is just one master volume control with no switch or tone knobs, however the master volume has push/pull pots for coil splitting. The Kamikaze I graphic which is of black, tan, red and yellow Camo and has a matching graphic on the “Banana headstock”. The original Floyd Rose was worn out and replaced but is still included with the guitar along with the original tremolo bar. On the original Floyd Rose block is written “S. Dunham FR Mod 11-23-1988” which I believe has to do with a modification to the guitar involving the Floyd Rose in it’s prototype stages. This can also be seen written in the rear cavity (See Photos).
This guitar is still in perfect working order although it has some wear which include dings, dents, scratches belt buckle rash, but no repairs or major damages. The guitar plays incredibly well and is setup in standard tuning. It comes with a newer ESP hardshell case. This is a killer players guitar with a lot of mojo and history!
ESP Custom Shop M1 George Lynch model signed by George Lynch in Yellow Tiger finish made in 2001. This guitar features all of George Lynch’s favorite specs! The guitar features a maple body, and maple neck with a single Humbucker and original Floyd rose tremolo system with locking nut. The guitar comes equipped with a single Seymour Duncan “Screamin Demon” high-output Humbucker in the bridge position with a single master volume control. The 25.5”scale length neck has 22 super jumbo frets and has George Lynch’s signature neck profile which is perfect for 80s shredding! This guitar is in very condition with only light surface scratches, a rear cavity screw hole and a finish stress crack at the neck pocket (see photos) Comes with the original hardshell case and spec sheet.
ESP Ltd Devil Girl in Fire Red Satin finish made in 2003. These guitar were originally made in a limited run of only 100 made worldwide. I purchased this guitar as well as a second one from another seller at the same time. The other guitar is in mint condition still in the original factory box, while this one is blemished and discounted 40%. The guitar has a chip in one of the point of the wing as well as the serial number sticker on the back of the headstock is peeling, there is also the word “used” stamped into the top of the back of the headstock as well (see photos).
This guitar features a composite body with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The body is an elaborate mold of a devil girl with bat wings, and a devil tail that seamlessly transitions into a mother of pearl fretboard inlay. The fretboard markers are mother of pearl flame inlays. The guitar is equipped with a single EMG H-4 pickup with a master volume knob. The neck is a slim C shape and has 22 extra jumbo frets. This guitar comes with the original hardshell case.
Gibson Les Paul Custom 20th Anniversary in Cherry Sunburst finish made in 1974. This guitar features the infamous 70’s “Pancake” body which is two layers of mahogany with a then layer of maple sandwiched in-between and a 3-piece maple top. The body is double bound with 5-ply custom binding along with the neck and headstock. The neck is 3-piece mahogany with an ebony fingerboard and mother of pearl block inlays and a “20th Anniversary” on the 12th fret. The neck has been re-fretted which from my experience with Gibson Les Pauls from the early 70s or “Fretless wonders” the guitar most likely needed it. This guitar was also Plek’d by local legend Mike Lull RIP, as well as had a bone nut installed, so it plays perfectly!
The original Gibson Patent Number T-Tops are in great condition and sound fantastic paired with the original caps and pots that date to 1974. Period correct Grover tuning machines are currently installed however there were Schallers installed at some point in the past and small exposed drill holes can be seen. The input jack plate has been replaced as the original was cracked and broken, but does come with the guitar and is in the case. The original ABR-1 bridge is in great shape as are the original gold reflector witch hat knobs, however the original gold stop tail-peice has some pitting and discoloration from wear over time which is common.
This guitar overall is in good condition with all of the important original parts. The body has some light scratches, dings and dents as well as some heavy belt buckle marks on the back of the body (see photos). The neck is by far the best playing and feeling Gibson Les Paul 70s neck I have ever played and the body is not overly heavy at exactly 10 pounds. The original Gibson hardshell case has beautiful pink/purple interior that is in great shape, and all latches are intact and fully functional, however the case has some small tears in the tolex.
Gibson Les Paul Studio Limited Edition Buckethead signature model made in 2011. This limited edition guitar is 1 of only 500 made in the series and features 27” scale length oversized Baritone Les paul chambered mahogany body with two-piece maple top, a one-piece mahogany neck, and a baked maple fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with double white bobbin Gibson ceramic magnet Humbuckers which are a 500T in the bridge and 496R in the neck. The controls consist of a master volume and master tone knob which has push/pull pots for coil taps, as well as a 3-way pickup selector switch and two red kill switches! This is a very fun and versatile guitar! The 27” scale length neck has a 50s rounded neck profile with 24 jumbo frets and no fret-markers. This particular earlier model comes stock with locking Grover tuning machines which is more desireable than the latter Schaller tuner equipped version of the Buckethead Les Paul. The white finish and white pickups are paired with white speed knobs, and a white corian nut and the original Gibson hardshell case is a white interior oversized Les Paul case.
This guitar is in very good condition however the non-gloss alpine white paint on this model is very sensitive, so what would be minor dings on a regular guitar comes with chipped and flaked paint on this model. There are a couple of small dings on the top tips of the headstock, a couple of dings on the back of the lower horn, some wear on the back of the body near the input jack, and a streak of yellowing on the back of the body. Aside from these minor cosmetic flaws this guitar is 100% original, fully functional, freshly setup and plays great! Comes with the OHSC, factory check list and owners manual.
Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul 1958 Reissue (R8) in Cherry Sunburst finish made in 2005. This guitar features a bound mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck and bound rosewood fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with the original Gibson Burstbucker 1 & 2 PAF Humbucker pickups with bumble bee caps. The pots have been upgraded on the bridge volume and tone pots with coil-spits. This allows you to split the Humbucker and get single coil tones at the push or pull of the bridge position knobs for a large variety of tone possibilities. Aside from the upgraded pots, the rest of the guitar is 100% original. This guitar has all of the specs of the original 1958 “Bursts” which include the vintage Kluson Deluxe tuning machines, thick 50s C shape neck, Nickel hardware, aged binding, cream pick-guard & pickups rings, and ABR-1 Bridge with stop tail piece.
This guitar is in excellent condition, although the pots have been upgraded for coil-splits the guitar does come with the original pots in the case. There is some light red colored bleeding from the interior of the case into the binding of the body and neck which is common. There are some light surface scratches, and light belt buckle marks but the guitar is in otherwise great shape. Comes with the original Gibson custom shop hardshell case, and case candy but no COA.
Gibson ES-355 Ebony With Bigsby made in 2016. This guitar features a 3-ply Maple/poplar/maple body and neck with a bound richlite fingerboard. The guitar comes equipped with dual Gibson 57’ classic humbuckers, gold hardware and a bigsby vibrato. The aesthetics of the Mother of pearl block inlays on the fretboard and split diamond inlays in the headstock mix well with the double bound body, neck and headstock. This guitar is a thing of beauty and is in excellent shape with only light surface scratches and light belt buckle rash. The guitar has been freshly restrung with .10-.46 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with OHSC, but no case candy or COA
Gibson 30th Anniversary 1991 SG Les Paul Custom 1961 Reissue in TV Yellow finish. This jaw dropping guitar is in fantastic near mint condition and was made in commemoration for the 30th anniversary of the original 1961 Gibson SG Les Paul Custom. These guitars made in 1991 were limited to only 300 made and this guitar is a very fine example of this limited edition. The guitar features a mahogany body, mahogany neck, and bound ebony fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with 3 Gibson 57’ Classic PAF Humbuckers controlled by 2 volume & 2 tone controls with a 3-way pickups selector switch. The guitar has beautiful mother of pearl block fingerboard inlays, as well as the classic split diamond headstock inlay. The neck and headstock have multi-ply custom binding, and the guitar comes stock with all gold hardware that has very little to no pitting. The guitar comes stock with grover tuning machines, an ABR-1 bridge and stop tailpiece. This guitar is in near mint condition and comes with the original Gibson hardshell case.
Gibson Les Paul Deluxe in Tobacco Sunburst finish made in 1979. The guitar features a bound one-piece mahogany body, with three-piece maple top, three-piece maple neck and bound rosewood fingerboard. This guitar is equipped with the original Gibson mini-Humbuckers with original pots dating to 1978 along with the original caps, two volume, two tone knobs and three-way switch. The guitar has had a re-fret which is a common necessity with 70s Les Pauls and has replaced tuning machines which are Gibson Kluson Deluxe that match the original drill holes and spacing, (so no modifications to the headstock for the current tuners).
This guitar is in good condition although well loved and played, the back of the neck has worn through the finish to bare wood which gives a natural heavy relic look. There are various small dings, dents, scratches, and belt buckle marks, but no major damages, breaks or repairs aside from the re-fret. Comes with the original Gibson “Chainsaw” Generation 2 case which is my personal favorite Gibson case and is very heavy duty.
Gibson Les Paul Modern with EMG Kirk Hammett “Bone Breaker” pickups in Sparkling Burgandy finish made in 2019. This guitar features a bound mahogany body, mahogany neck with contoured neck heel, and bound ebony fingerboard. The pickups have been upgraded to EMG High-output Kirk Hammett of Metallica Signature “Bone Breaker” Humbuckers which are controlled by 2 volume, 2 tone and a 3-way switch. The knobs have been changed from white speed knobs to chrome dome knobs. The rest of the guitar is stock with locking grover tuning machines, Tune-O-Matic bridge with stop tailpiece, and 3-ply pick-guard. Some cool features from the Les Paul Modern are a compound radius Ebony fingerboard, mother of pearl trapezoid inlays, and the contoured neck heel which gives you better access to the higher frets.
This guitar is in near mint condition with only some very minor surface scratches primarily on the back of the body. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with 10-46 gauge strings and is setup in standard tuning. This guitar plays, looks and sounds amazing, it’s the perfect guitar if you want to shred on a Gibson Les Paul!
Edwards 335 Model E-SA-125LTS in Cherry finish made in 2013. This guitar is made by Edwards which is an international subsidiary of ESP guitars making guitars similar to Gibson and Fender models overseas, but not available in the USA due to copyright laws. This guitar in particular is a copy of a Gibson ES-335 Semi-Hollowbody dot 1959 reissue which features a solid hard maple carved top & back with a one-piece mahogany neck and bound rosewood fretboard. These Edwards guitars are often found used with upgraded pickups, this guitar is no exception and comes equipped with Hand-wound PAF style Humbuckers by a pickup company called “The Creamery” made in Manchester England that sound fantastic! This 335 also features a Gotoh Tune-O-Matic style bridge with stop tailpiece, Gotoh vintage style tuning machines, and top-hat reflector knobs. The guitar neck is based on the Gibson 59 neck profile which is thick, full and round. The neck has Dunlop 6105 frets and mother of pearl dot inlays.
This guitar is freshly restrung, setup and plays incredibly well with low action in standard A440 tuning. The guitar is in very good condition however it does have some minor pick scratches, belt buckle rash and an area of the binding that has some wear (see photos). Comes with the original ESP hardshell case.
Fender Custom Shop California Special Relic in Sunburst finish “Masterbuilt” by Ron Thorn 2019. This guitar was built by Masterbuilder Ron Thorn for Wildwood guitars in 2019. We have had guitars built by Ron Thorn in the past come through Diablo Guitars and his work never ceases to amaze me. This is an exceptional guitar with fantastic quality woods, pickups and electronics and superior craftsmanship with outstanding attention to detail. The guitar has been well kept and is in mint condition with all of the case candy, COA, spec sheet and original Tweed hardshell case. Below is the in-depth description from Wildwood guitars when this guitar was first released in 2019.
Wildwoodians Principal Masterbuilder Ron Thorn has gifted us with yet another drool-worthy tone machine: the California Special. The California Special is especially interesting because it is an entirely new design with no historical precedent. Ron Thorn has pushed the boundaries of what the Fender Custom Shop can do, and the results are magnificent. He built a brand-new body shape, a vibrato system that he designed himself, new pickup placements, and an innovative switching system that is both inspiring and versatile.
Despite its newness, the California Special will feel immediately familiar. It has a comfy oval C-shaped neck profile with a 9.5″ radius and narrow-tall frets, which is a combination that makes for buttery bends and easy chording. And, the Brazilian rosewood fingerboard imparts a sweet, musical brand of compression to the attack that will be immediately familiar to vintage guitar aficionados. Speaking of vintage tones, the Fat ’50s single-coil pickups also sound like old friends with their sweet, chiming highs and warm lows.
What really makes the California Special sound…well, special is its unique pickup placement and switching. By placing the middle pickup close to the bridge pickup, Ron Thorn has unlocked a whole bunch of cool new tones that are fresh and exciting yet unmistakably classic. Here’s a breakdown of the various sounds you can find on the 5-way selector:
Position 1 (Neck Only): The neck pickup in a Fat ’50s set is worth a small novel’s worth of superlatives by itself. The low-end is robust and full-bodied, the midrange is rock-solid, and the highs have a sweet, glassy chiming resonance. It’s the sort of sound that has formed the backbone of dozens and dozens of classic records, and Ron Thorn has recreated it with remarkable accuracy.
Position 2 (Neck and Middle in Parallel): Here is where things veer off the beaten path into exciting new territory. The large distance between the two pickups has an interesting effect on the typical in-between Strat sound. It has oodles of that classic vocal quack and squawk, but there’s more roundness and depth in the lows and more sparkle in the highs. It is also righteously smooth, almost like a Tele neck pickup.
Position 3 (Middle Only): Because the middle pickup is so far back, it combines the best aspects of the typical bridge and middle positions. The trebles have the wonderful bell-like clang and jangle of a great Strat bridge pickup, but the midrange and lows have more oomph for a more balanced overall sound.
Position 4 (Middle and Bridge in Parallel): In position four, the twang and the jangle begin to tangle (twangle?). It sounds like an in-between Strat position had a baby with a Tele bridge pickup. It has that Tele-like snappiness, but it’s a bit smoother and more mellow The lows are tight but present, the midrange quacks and bites, and the highs are filled with lush sparkling overtones when you play a big chord.
Position 5 (Bridge and Middle in Series): Position 5 is also a revelation. With the two single-coils in close proximity working together in series, you get a wonderful blend of humbucker-sized girth and single-coil clarity and sparkle. The bass response is solid and satisfying, but it remains well-mannered. The midrange is punchy and woody, and the highs have plenty of sizzle.
Though the pickups are quite inspiring, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention Ron Thorn’s incredible new Vibradyne vibrato system. Designed and machined by Ron himself, the Vibradyne system manages to be be both expressive and precise–an incredible feat! It’s quite sensitive, and it allows you to do everything from subtle expressive warbles to full-on seasick madness to big dives. Also, its tuning stability is simply marvelous.
Gibson Custom Shop Johnny A signature model in transparent ebony finish with 5A quilted maple top made in 2003 which is the first production year. This all original guitar features solid mahogany back & sides with a highly figured quilted maple top and ebony fingerboard. This guitar comes equipped with Gibson 57’ classic humbucker pickups controlled by 2 volume and 2 tone knobs with a 3-way pickup selector switch. The multi-ply binding perfectly frames the beautiful quilted maple top, as well as the the ebony fingerboard with custom mother of pearl Johnny A inlays. The guitar has all gold hardware in fantastic shape with an ABR-1 bridge and Bigsby tailpiece. The tuning machines are Gibson deluxe with vintage style tulip machine heads. The Gibson Johnny A original hardshell case is one of the coolest cases you will ever see! The case is black alligator tolex with crushed velvet interior.
The guitar is in very good condition although it has a replaced nut the rest of the guitar is original. The bone nut no doubt contributes to the guitars amazing action which plays fantastic. There are some dings on the very top of the headstock as well as some minor dings on the back of the neck, there are also some light belt buckle marks but the guitar is in otherwise great condition.
Paul Reed Smith Private Stock #7869 Custom 24 Nightfall With Custom Inlays Memorial Double Fade 2019
Paul Reed Smith Private Stock #7869 Custom 24 Nightfall in Double Fade Burst made in 2019. This Private stock is a jaw dropping, beautiful masterpiece and a prime example of the capabilities of the Paul Reed Smith Private Stock builders. First off the body is made out of figured mahogany with matching back plates, a highly figured Private Stock grade quilted maple top, highly figured curly maple neck, and Nightfall fretboard with ebony background. The finish modestly titled” Double Fade Burst” is a Nightfall sunset-like array of colors starting with whale blue fading into dark purple/pink which fades into a sunset red back into whale blue all over a highly figured maple top. The highly figured curly maple neck mimics the color scheme on the back of the neck which leads to a hint of the Mother of Pearl Star inlays. The fingerboard has a custom Mother of Pearl inlay that starts at the headstock with a trail of small stars tickling across the headstock and down the fingerboard gradually increasing in mass until growing into snowflake-like cluster that pile at the bottom of the 24-fret fingerboard.
The 59/09 pickups have torched pickup covers which seamlessly blend into the finish scheme, and are controlled by a master volume, master tone and 5-way blade switch. The guitar comes equipped with the generation III bridge, and Phase III locking tuning machines which are Nickel plated and accent the guitar nicely while holding precision tuning, and intonation. This guitar is one of those that you will want to keep forever as the quality of the array tones, playability and feel match the amazing look and craftsmanship.
This guitar has been very well taken care of and is in near mint condition with the only wear being barely visible pick scratches on the surface. The guitar is 100% original, and comes with the coolest case you will ever see which is black sparkle tolex along with all of the case candy, warranty cards, keys, wrenches, and a set of spare ebony tuning machine buttons.
Paul Reed Smith Private Stock #7175 McCarty in Charcoal Burst finish made in 2018. This one of a kind Private Stock features the finest tone woods, and components that Paul Reed Smith guitars has to offer with the highest quality craftsmanship from a guitar builder that already raises the bar for quality expectations. The Private Stock series is the very top of the Paul Reed Smith food chain. This guitar features a maple bound mahogany body, highly figured flame maple top, solid rosewood neck and ebony fingerboard with ebony headstock overlay. One of the more notable features of this Private Stock are the Mother of Pearl block inlays on the ebony fingerboard which are an inverse from the more common PRS bird inlays and resemble the Tuxedo look of the Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Beauty. The highly figured flame maple top is finished in a modest Charcoal Black finish which is a personal favorite compared to some of the louder finishes made available by the Private Stock line in the past. The guitar is equipped with the PRS 58/15 LT Treble & Bass pickups controlled by 2 volume and 2 tone knobs with a 3-way pickup selector. The hybrid hardware on the open back Phase III locking tuning machines, stop tailpiece and bridge are a sleek yet classy look while maintaining the pitch perfect tuning and stability Paul Reed Smith guitars are known for. This guitar plays, looks and feels exactly how you would expect a guitar of this caliber to perform at which is absolutely perfect!
This guitar is 100% original and only has light pick scratches and light belt buckle marks. The guitar is in excellent condition and although most Private Stocks that I have came across are mint, unplayed and more like art pieces that everyone is too scared to touch, this guitar has been played, loved and very lightly worn in but in all of the right places and with no noticeable damages such as dings or dents left behind. This guitar came to me with no COA however I have talked to a local PRS dealer who is getting me the proper COA, and paper work. The guitar does have the case candy, manuals, case keys, wrenches and warranty card.
Gibson Les Paul Double Cutaway Standard Plus in transparent ebony finish with AAA flame maple top made in 2002. This guitar features a mahogany body with bound AAA flame maple top, mahogany neck and bound rosewood fingerboard. This guitar is very light weight at 7lbs 12 oz, and has a double cutaway design to reach the 24 higher frets of the fingerboard. This guitar comes equipped with the original dual Gibson Humbucker pickups which are the 498T in the bridge and 490R in the neck controlled by a master volume & tone knob with a 3-way switch. The DC Plus model features stock gold hardware vs the standard with chrome hardware but both guitars come stock with grover tuning machines, a Tune-O-Matic bridge, and gold top hat knobs.
This guitar is in very good condition with only minor pick scratches, light belt buckle rash, and some very minor dings but overall the guitar is in great shape. This guitar is setup in standard tuning with low action and plays fantastic! Comes with the original Gibson hardshell case.
Gibson SG Special in Faded Pelham Blue finish made in 2019. This guitar features a mahogany body, mahogany neck and bound rosewood fingerboard. The guitar comes equipped with dual Gibson P90 pickups with hand-wried orange drop caps, a 3-way switch. 2 volume and 2 tone knobs. The compensated wraparound bridge with vintage style Gibson Kluson deluxe tuning machines and top-hat reflector knobs give this model a cool retro look and feel. This guitar is in excellent condition with only minor pick scratches and very light belt marks. Comes with the original Gibson Hardshell case and case candy.
Gibson SG Supreme in Blue Burst finish made in 2000. This guitar features a mahogany body with a flame maple top, mahogany neck and a bound ebony fingerboard. The guitar comes equipped with Gibson 57’ classic Humbucker pickups controlled by 2 volume and 2 tone knobs and a 3-way switch. The guitar is all original with the exception of the upgraded Tune-O-Matic bridge with rolling saddles. The neck has pearloid split diamond fingerboard inlays as well as split diamond headstock inlay. This guitar is in good condition overall however there is a chip in the headstock as well as light belt buckle scratches and various small dings (see photos). Comes with an aftermarket hardshell case
Ibanez RG Prestige RGR5221-TFR in Transparent Fluorescent Orange finish made in 2020. This guitar features an african mahogany body, ash top, 5-piece maple neck and ebony fretboard. The guitar comes equipped with Bare Knuckle “Brute Force” high-output Humbucker pickups controlled by a master volume, master tone, 3-way pickup selector and coil-split mini-switch. The guitar has a 25.5” scale length super Wizard neck with 24 stainless steel jumbo frets and off-set mother of pearl dot inlays. The guitar has Gotoh tuning machines, black dome knobs, and cosmo black hardware.
This guitar is in like-new mint condition, it is setup very well and plays fantastic. Comes with the original hardshell case, case candy and even the original Ibanez box.
Jackson USA Soloist SL2H in Metallic Black finish made in 2009 . This guitar features an alder body, maple neck and bound ebony fretboard. The guitar pickups have been upgraded from the stock Seymour Duncan Humbuckers to Fishman Fluence pickups with a master volume that has push/pull coil splits. This guitar has a lot of versatility and very colorful tones. The neck is a Jackson speed neck profile with compound radius fingerboard, mother of pearl shark fin inlays and 24 jumbo frets. The guitar has all black hardware with Jackson branded Gotoh tuning machines and an original Floyd Rose locking tremolo with locking nut.
This guitar is in excellent condition aside from the pickup modifications with only light surface scratches. The guitar is setup with low action and plays fantastic! Comes with the original Jackson hardshell case.
Jackson USA Custom Shop Randy Rhoads RR1 In sparkle black finish with silver sparkle polka dots. This guitar features an alder body with neck-thru design and a bound ebony fingerboard. Equipped with two Seymour Duncan pickups which are a TB-4B with Nickel covers in the bridge position and an SH-1N with nickel cover in the neck position controlled by a master volume, two tone knobs and a 3-way switch. This guitar comes with an original Floyd Rose tremolo with locking nut, chrome hardware and Gotoh tuning machines. The Jackson Speed neck has a compound radius fingerboard, 22 jumbo frets, and mother of pearl shark-fin inlays. The sparkle black finish with silver sparkle polka dots covers the entire body, neck and front and back of the headstock with a silver sparkle Jackson headstock logo to top it all off!
This guitar is in mint condition, comes with the COA, case candy and original Jackson molded hardshell case.
Jackson USA SL2H Transparent Green With Flame Maple Top and matching headstock made in 2008. This guitar was made for one year only and features a maple neck-thru body with mahogany wings, maple neck, bound ebony fingerboard and highly figured flame maple top with matching headstock. The guitar comes equipped with Seymour Duncan JB & 59’ Humbuckers controlled by a master volume, master tone and 3-way pickup selector switch. The Jackson speed neck has a bound ebony fingerboard with compound radius, 24 jumbo frets and mother of pearl shark fin inlays which match the mother of pearl Jackson headstock inlay. All black hardware with Jackson branded Gotoh tuning machines, and Floyd rose locking tremolo system with locking nut.
This guitar is in very good condition overall although it had some paint on the headstock that was chipping but has since been touched up with over-sprayed laquor. Aside from the touch up there are light surface scratches, and very light belt buckle marks, but the body and neck are super clean with no dings or dents. Comes with the original Jackson hardshell case
Jackson USA Soloist SL2F in Transparent Green finish with flame maple top and matching headstock made in 2001. This guitar features a bound alder neck-thru body, maple neck and bound ebony fingerboard. The pickups have been upgraded to EMG Kirk Hammett “Bone Breakers” with Green EMG emblem that matches the guitar color. The controls are a master volume, master tone, and 3-way switch. The neck is a 25.5” scale length Jackson Speed neck profile with a compound radius fingerboard, 24 jumbo frets and mother of pearl shark fin inlays. This guitar comes equipped with an original Floyd Rose locking tremolo system with locking nut, chrome hardware and chrome dome knobs.
This guitar is in excellent/near-mint condition with the only wear being very light surface scratches on the front and back of the guitar body. Comes with the original Jackson hardshell case, COA, and case candy.
Martin USA Special OMC 15ME Streetmaster Style Acoustic Electric in Weathered Red finish made in 2020. This USA made Martin features all solid wood mahogany top, back and sides with a mahogany neck and mahogany headstock overlay. The guitar comes equipped with a Fishman pre-amp with 2-band eq, and has a cutaway for access to the higher frets. The weathered red finish is especially cool and although these guitars originally were sold with gig-bags but this guitar comes with a hardshell case that fits the guitar perfectly. This guitar is in mint condition as it came directly from a Martin dealer. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with Martin medium gauge strings.
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A cutaway above the competitionThis rare OMC-15ME 15 Series StreetMaster Orchestra acoustic-electric guitar was specially created as an ode to working musicians and is a perfect choice for singer/songwriters and Americana players. Built with the same specifications as a traditional 000-15M Martin this special OMC-15E StreetMaster was built with a convenient cutaway design for easier to access its upper frets.
The finishing touchWhat really makes this limited-edition OMC-15ME Streetmaster guitar truly stand out, though, is its distinct, distressed Weathered Red satin finish. Not only does this give it the look of a guitar that’s been around the block a time or two, but it also adds a unique complement to the mahogany woodgrain. If you are into the authentic down-home country vibe, this may be the perfect guitar for you.
Enhanced with electronicsAnother way this Weathered Red OMC-15ME 15 Series StreetMaster orchestra stands out is that it’s equipped with the Fishman Matrix VT Enhance pickup system. To ensure you don’t lose tone when plugged in, it’s uses a Matrix undersaddle pickup and an Enhance element, a bridge plate transducer designed to capture the more percussive aspects of your natural playing style. Discrete soundhole controls include volume and tone on the top and an Enhance blend on the bottom for blending between the pickup and element.
Plek’d for perfectionMartin built this special OMC-15ME 15 Series StreetMaster orchestra electric/acoustic guitar using a Plek machine to optimize its playability and tone. An all-mahogany 000-14 Fret with non-scalloped Sitka bracing, you’ll be pleasantly surprised how voluminous this lightweight, diminutive orchestra is. Tonally, it offers warm lows, zesty midrange and subtle high-end accents.
ESP Custom Shop Shinigami museum piece made for the NAMM convention in 2009. This guitar was built by ESP Japan’s Custom Shop master luthier Masao Orihalcon whom has built some of ESP’s most iconic Custom Shop one of a kind guitars over the years that are true masterpieces. Masao Orihalcon’s exceptional craftsmanship using the finest quality of premium woods and components brings to life some of the most unique, interesting and elaborate ideas that have ever been imagined to fabricate a guitar into.
Not only are Masao Orihalcon’s creations aesthetically stunning works of guitar art, but they are foremost fully functioning handmade superior quality instruments that play, sound and feel leaps and bounds better than any standard production guitars on the market. Each one of these guitars are unique in their own right and have one of a kind features that you will not find on any other guitar in the world.
From ESP JAPAN : “This guitar is an image of “Shinigami” (God of Death) slashing a Scythe direct into the body. This The god of Death shows his face through the cyclone that has formed a crack spread throughout the body, and he seems ready to cut someone’s neck at any moment. The Scythe is angled to penetrate diagonally through the body.”
This guitar’s body shape can be seen as based out of a King V shape with a broken point or can be seen as an elongated Rhoads shape with a broken tip either way it starts off with a cool V shape. The body is elaborately hand carved to resemble the look of burnt wood with the “God of Death” face breaking through the center. The charcoal colored paint on the body and headstock help contribute to the burnt wood theme. On top of the body or rather through the body is a hand carved scythe that pierces through the V shape and the blade rests between the points of the V. The amount of detail in the wood work is phenomenal.
The guitar has a single Seymour Duncan JB humbucker in the bridge position controlled by a master volume control, a Floyd Rose tremolo system with locking nut and Gotoh tuning machines. The neck is a standard 24.75” scale length with a medium C neck profile, and a 12” fingerboard radius on a dark black ebony fretboard with 22 frets.
This guitar is in mint condition is a one of a kind ESP Custom Shop collectors piece. The guitar has not been gigged and does not have any belt buckle marks pick scratches. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .09-.42 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the COA and original ESP flight case. Audio and video demos coming soon!
ESP Custom Shop SAKOKU “Dankon” R.S. Bullets museum piece made for the NAMM convention in 2010. This guitar was built by ESP Japan’s Custom Shop master luthier Masao Orihalcon whom has built some of ESP’s most iconic Custom Shop one of a kind guitars over the years that are true masterpieces. Masao Orihalcon’s exceptional craftsmanship using the finest quality of premium woods and components brings to life some of the most unique, interesting and elaborate ideas that have ever been imagined to fabricate a guitar into.
Not only are Masao Orihalcon’s creations aesthetically stunning works of guitar art, but they are foremost fully functioning handmade superior quality instruments that play, sound and feel leaps and bounds better than any standard production guitars on the market. Each one of these guitars are unique in their own right and have one of a kind features that you will not find on any other guitar in the world.
From ESP JAPAN : “Sakoku features a bullet hole in the guitar body in 3 dimensions. This custom guitar was named “Dankon” (Bullet Mark in English). The original image came from the Japanese Edo era, the Shogunate, the “national seclusion”(SAKOKU in Japanese), and Admiral Perry’s visit to Japan to open up the seclusion. The original name of this guitar was SAKOKU.”
This guitar has an ESP star shape made form a chambered alder body with a bolt-on maple neck and an ebony fretboard. The guitar most notably has realistic 3 dimensional routes to resemble gun shot wounds to the body and neck of the guitar. There are 5 gun shots total which are located at the upper headstock, the center if the body, and one at each of the 3 points of the guitars body. This is one of the most badass guitar concepts in existence and it is done extremely well! Aside from the cool aesthetics of the gun shot wounds, the holes combined with the chambered body make for a very light weight, well balanced and comfortable guitar weighing in at only 6lbs 5.3oz. The see through rusted metal ESP logo on the upper horn in-between two of the gun shot wounds reveals a rustic cage-like body chamber. The guitar body is bound in a studded sewn-on looking rustic design that meets in the center of the body and has realistic holes revealed in the midst of each shot gun blast which shows the level of artistry and detail the builder is known for.
The guitar neck is a standard 24.75” scale length with medium C neck profile, and a 12” fingerboard radius on a solid dark black ebony fretboard with no inlays. Th neck is equipped with Black Gotoh tuning machines, a brass nut, and 24 jumbo frets. This guitar has a single Seymour Duncan High-output SH-8B Invader bridge pickup which is loud, vicious and unapologetic controlled by a single master volume knob. The guitar has a Tune-O-Matic bridge with a string though body design and a bolt-on neck.
This guitar is in near mint condition with only a couple of minor scratches that blend in with the rest of the guitars finish scheme. The guitar has not been gigged and does not have any belt buckle marks pick scratches. This guitar has been freshly re-strung with .09-.42 gauge strings and setup in standard A440 tuning. Comes with the COA and original hardshell case.
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