This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Excellent' condition. Hard shell case included.
$ 599.99Shape: Les Paul
The Riviera Custom P-93 uses 3 Epiphone "Dogear" Alnico™-V P-90 pickups for a punch that leaves all other three-single coil pickup guitars in the dust. And when matched with the bell-like tones of the ES-style body, a Bigsby® tremolo, and its stunning Wine Red finish with gold hardware, the Riviera Custom P93 truly becomes one of Epiphone's stand out instruments.
Semi-hollow Design, Solid Craftsmanship
The Riviera Custom P-93 is made from premium laminated maple with a mahogany center block and a hand-fitted, glued-in mahogany 24.75" scale neck with a SlimTaper™ "D" profile and 22 medium jumbo frets with a 1.68" nut for great string spacing and intonation. Other details include a rosewood fingerboard with pearloid parallelogram inlays, quality electronic parts including full-size 1" 500K Ohm potentiometers, Epiphone's all-metal pickup selector switch, a '60s era Epiphone logo on the headstock, and a heavy-duty output jack.
Ground Breaking Electronics
The Epiphone Riviera Custom P93's fabulous semi-hollowbody sound is voiced by three Epiphone "Dogear" classic P-90 pickups with Alnico™ V magnets. Controls include 3 individual Volume pots (for each pickup) and 1 Master Tone. The all-metal toggle works as it would with a 2-pickup guitar with the rhythm position activating the neck pickup and the lead toggle position activating the bridge pickup. The middle pickup can be used in any position by adjusting its volume control.
THIS IS A USED GUITAR BEING SOLD IN 'EXCELLENT' CONDITION. Hardshell case included.
Body & Bridge:
Pickups & Hardware:
$ 699.99 $ 799.99
The Epiphone Emperor Swingster features archtop jazz guitar styling and updated electronics including SwingBucker pickups with push/pull tone controls that allows a choice of standard series or parallel pickup wiring for a brighter tone. The Swingster guitar has a shorter 24-3/4" scale that helps facilitate challenging jazz chord inversions. The body features a spruce top, a laminated birch/maple body and a 3-piece maple neck topped with a rosewood fingerboard.
Other vintage features of this hollowbody electric guitar include chrome hardware, Grover Rotomatic 16:1 tuners, bound f-holes, thumbnail fingerboard Inlays, and a Bigsby licensed vibrato tailpiece with wire arm along with a "pinned"(non-floating) Tune-O-matic bridge with roller saddles for smooth operation and accurate return to pitch which is preferred when using the vibrato.
This guitar can be considered to be in good condition. There are small wear marks, but nothing substantial.
Adventurous guitarists started hot-rodding their Telecasters in the late '60s and early '70s with big-sounding humbucking pickups that lent new style and swagger to rock music. The Classic Series '72 Telecaster Thinline brings it all back as an authentic evocation of its semi-hollow 1972 ancestor, including dual Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups, a large pickguard, Stratocaster® bridge and more. A favorite of players from '70s rock to modern U.K. alt-rock and much more.
The powerful Deluxe Players Strat® guitar is set apart from the pack by features including an ash body, lightly tinted modern neck with a 12"-radius maple or rosewood fingerboard, Noiseless™ pickups, standard five-way pickup switch paired with push/push mini-switch offering an even greater variety of pickup combinations, brown shell pickguard and gold-plated vintage hardware.
$ 4,050.00 $ 4,860.00
From the Fender Custom Shop comes this Vintge Custom '55 Stratocaster in wide fade two-tone sunburst. The Vintage Custom series styles new instruments off of their respective earliest periods of production - some based off jurassic, prototypical designs. On this particular guitar, we see a wide fade two tone sunburst finish, which is rarely seen on a '50s Stratocaster. For the neck, this Strat sports a 1954 U-shape neck - a profile often seen on early Telecasters.
Plugged in, this Custom Shop Strat is bright and articulate, much like a legit '50s design would be. Key features include a two piece ash body, gloss back maple neck, and a 7.25-9.5" compound radius fingerboard - which, according to Fender, has been discovered on original Stratocasters, though very seldom. Electronically, the handwired bridge pickup is wide open, and middle and neck pickups each have their own tone control. Rounding out this guitar are Closet Classic hardware, non-aged plastic material, and Jescar FW50085 medium vintage frets.
This is a Gibson Custom Shop 2000 1957 Reissue Les Paul Gold Top that has been modified to create a one of a kind "Mary Ford Gold Top". All of the aging was done by Chris Inglesi and assembled by "Lays" in Akron, Ohio.
Serial Number: 128011356
Weight: 8.8 lbs
Gibson reissued the 335-S Standard model in 2011 as the 335-S. The 335-S is a solid maple bodied version of the ES-335TD, with slightly smaller and thinner body but with the same hardware and controls. Desgined for players who want the look and feel of the legendary ES-335, but need a smaller, sleeker, solidbody guitar. The 335-S is finished with nitrocellulose Vintage Sunburst or Silverburst finish, pickups are "reverse-zebra-striped" burstbuckers.
|Body material||maple body|
|Body style||ES-335 style|
|Hardware color||chrome hardware|
|Fingerboard inlay material||acrylic fingerboard inlay material|
|Fingerboard material||granadillo fingerboard|
|Fingerboard position markers||dot fingerboard position markers|
|Finish colors||amber finish, silver finish|
|Finish effects||sunburst finish|
|Finish material||nitrocellulose finish|
|Number of strings||6 strings|
|Scale length||24.75 inches scale-length|
|Neck joint||set neck|
|Neck material||maple neck|
|Neck width||1.69 inches wide at nut|
|Number of frets||22 fret|
|Pickup selector controls||3-way selector switch|
|Tone controls||1 tone control|
|Volume controls||2 volume controls|
|Pickups brand and model||Gibson Burstbucker 1 pickup(s), Gibson Burstbucker 2 pickup(s)|
|Pickups configuration||2 humbucker pickups|
Finish: Iced Tea Burst, Quilt
Top Material: Maple Top
Body Material: Mahogany Body
Body Details: Mahogany solid body with a carved maple bound cap
Neck Material: Mahogany Neck
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood Fingerboard
Neck Profile: C-Shape
Neck Thickness (IN): 1st fret: .91", 12th: 1.01"
Fingerboard Radius: 12.00
Nut Width: 1-11/16 in
Scale Length: 24-3/4"
Neck Details: One-piece set mahogany neck with a bound rosewood board, pearloid trapezoid inlays, truss adjustment at the headstock
Electronics: Original showing no signs of modification or repair
Pickup Measurements: Neck: 7.8 kΩ, Bridge: 7.8 kΩ
Hardware: Original Nickel
Case Details: Original Hard Shell Case -- COA and other various case candy included within
This guitar is #193 of 200 made!
The third new guitar introduced by Gibson in 1958, the ES-335 was intended to combine the warmth of a hollowbody jazz guitar with the high-end and sustain of
a solid-body. Immediately popularized by blues and jazz players, the Gibson 335 has since become a beloved staple for guitarists worldwide.
The ES-335 Electric Guitar brought hollowbody tradition and solidbody performance together in 1958, and it is still one of the all-time classic guitar designs. It's among the most versatile guitars you can own. Classic semi-hollowbody design and dual '57 Gibson humbuckers combine to produce everything from full-bodied growls to singing sustain. This Anniversary model has the rounded neck and dot markers that would change to a thinner profile and block inlays in 1962.
The VOS (Vintage Original Spec) finish and hardware have been gently aged so that your guitar will carry the look of a thousand smoky bar gigs, countless sessions, and maybe even a few world tours.
The Gibson ES-335 also features body/neck binding, nickel-plated hardware with vintage tulip tuners, Tune-O-Matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, separate volume and tone controls, and a 3-way switch.
This guitar is being listed as "Good" condition. Body and hardware is aged from factory but has two minor chips in the lower corners of the rear headstock. Pickguard has some scratches but original factory pickguard is included inside case. Guitar has been recently set up and everything is in proper working order.
Body Style: Double cutaway semi-hollowbody
Check out this fresh take on the traditional Gibson hollow body. Sporting a thin profile, and classic Gibson styling, the ES-275 is firmly rooted in both old world Gibson and the new.
Handcrafted in the U.S.A., Gibson guitars represent a cornerstone of our collective history. Whether you’re investing in an heirloom for future generations to cherish or searching for the thrill of a high-performance instrument, Gibson Memphis’ lineup represents the best guitars ever created. Play the guitar you’ve always wanted. You’ve earned it.
$ 999.99 $ 1,299.99
The 'Slim' in this Godin ACS-SA nylon string guitar's moniker refers to the 1.715" neck width at the nut-a mere 16th of an inch wider than Godin's standard electric guitar nut width. If you do most of your playing on a guitar with a fairly narrow neck (such as most solidbody electric guitars) this is the ACS-SA guitar for you. The slim neck of the Godin ACS-SA Slim guitar along with the Ergocut shaping technique and 16" fingerboard radius provide for a very easy transition for steel string guitar players looking to integrate nylon string guitar sounds into their music. Aside from the new neck, the ACS-SA Slim shares all of the same features that have made the Godin ACS-SA nylon string guitar an industry standard. The chambered, silverleaf maple body with cedar top results in a guitar that is virtually free of feedback, making it easy to use even in loud stage situations. Synth access comes courtesy of the 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths.
Includes gig bag.
Scandinavian musicians have always had a special influence beyond their home. Hagstrom’s Swede is an example of a guitar with similar roots and similar powers of influence. Our H-Expander™ truss rod and Resinator™ fingerboard create the addictive playability Hagstrom is know for, and our Custom 58 AlNiCo humbucking pickups deliver the finest classic rock tones. Now … let this Swedish legend seduce you!
Resinator™ wood is a wood composite material that is both more uniform in density and more stable than any standard wood product. These characteristics eliminate dead spots or “wolf tones” sometimes associated with conventional wood fingerboards. Resinator™ wood has an articulate sound similar to high quality ebony, but without any of the problems associated with ebony. It provides a stable and clear tone, and also adds higher overtones and harmonics which uniquely detail each note. Like our H-Expander™ truss rod, Resinator™ wood is a major contributor to the distinctive “Hagstrom tone”.
Hagstrom models use 18:1 or 15:1 gear ratio machine heads based on our own designs to insure accurate tuning. Viking® and HB series basses feature machine heads with a 17:1 gear ratio.
All Hagstrom electric guitars and basses include our patented H-Expander™ truss rod. Providing tension at both ends and running the entire length of the neck, the rigid yet light-weight alloy truss rod allows for a very low action and thin neck, two factors that were instrumental in earning Hagstrom its reputation as the world’s fastest playing guitar. The H-Expander™ truss rod not only provides ultimate neck stability, but it also contributes to Hagstrom’s unique tone. Longer sustain and a round attack are some of the sonic characteristics the H-Expander™ adds to the tonal essence of Hagstrom.
Hagstrom uses a variety of different neck joints throughout our range. Our set-neck recipe is the classic and time-tested Mortise and Tenon joint, a design that most efficiently transfers string energy from neck to body, and can often only be found on more expensive custom-built guitars. A team of experienced and dedicated craftsmen hand carves every neck joint, insuring perfect execution of this traditional technique preferred by luthiers for generations.
The Hagstrom Tremar Vibrato is a chrome laden, fine tuned piece of art with top notch vibrato performance. This stunningly light and responsive vintage style, top mount vibrato system, delivers impeccable tuning stability, without eating away at sustain or compromising your overall tone. Together with Hagstrom's own longtravel Tune-O-Matic roller bridge and the complementing, self-lubricating GraphTech TUSQ XL nut, you won't have to fret being out of tune with your Hagstrom Tremar type guitars.
This guitar can be considered to be in very good/mint condition. As mint as a guitar can be for 21 years old. Plays exceptionally well. The Korina wood on the guitar is a rare find and very appealing to the eye.
Comes with Original Hardshell Case
Top Material: Korina Top
Body Material: Korina Body
Body Details: Semi-hollow korina body with korina top
Neck Material: Korina Neck
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
Neck Profile: C
Neck Thickness: 1st fret: .87", 12th fret: .96"
Fingerboard Radius: 12.00
Nut Width: 42.00 mm
Scale Length: 24-1/2"
Pickups: Seymour Duncan Seth Lover Humbuckers
The guitar builder for the giants of jazz, Ibanez now introduces the Artstar AF155 Hollowbody Electric Guitar, to answer the needs of the working professional player. Crafted from specially selected tone woods, this guitar features a bone nut, ebony fingerboard, hand-rolled frets and Ibanez's famous Super 58 pickups-capable of tone magic any place between "jazz-clean" all the way to "blues dirty." If you're aiming high, Ibanez has an ARTSTAR for you.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Excellent' condition.
This RG5120M features a Birdseye Maple fretboard and an Ash top/African Mahogany body. The Super Wizard HP neck enables extra-smooth playing. The Fishman Fluence Modern Humbuckers provide aggressive tone and powerful attack without noise. The Voicing switch allows the pickups to have a modern, active high-output sound or a crisp, clean and fluid sound. The Lo-Pro Edge bridge offers maximum playing comfort due to its streamlined profile and recessed fine tuners. A hard-shell case is included.
$ 1,399.99 $ 1,999.99
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'excellent' condition with the minor exception of very small paint touchups on either side of the nut.