$ 779.99 $ 910.00
The JP60 features two Sterling by Music Man humbucking pickups and 3-way pickup selector – delivering a dynamic tonal range with more sustain and clarity.
A guitar built for total control, comfort, and stability – the JP60 features a contoured forearm scoop, modern tremolo, rosewood fingerboard, and locking tuners.
|Body Color||Stealth Black (SBK), Mystic Dream (MDR)|
|Scale Length||25.5" (64.8cm)|
|Neck Radius||16" (40cm)|
|Frets||24 Frets, Medium Jumbo Profile|
|Neck Width||1.69"(43mm) at Nut|
|Neck Wood||Hard Maple|
|Fret Markers||Custom JP Inlays|
|Truss Rod||Dual Action|
|Neck Attachment||5 Bolt Pattern|
|Controls||1 Volume, 1 Tone|
|Switching||3-way Toggle Pickup Selector|
|Strings||Ernie Ball 2221 Regular Slinky|
|Gig Bag||Deluxe Sterling by Music Man Bag|
$ 999.99 $ 1,320.00
$ 1,499.99 $ 1,820.00
Sold Out $ 4,378.70
The 2018 Modern Plus features a brand new roasted maple neck with pau ferro or maple fingerboard. The Modern Plus retains many of the original specifications of the Modern Pro including the sleek elliptical neck profile, balanced asymmetrical body, innovative neck heel and stunning flame maple top. Proprietary Suhr locking tuners and the Gotoh 510 tremolo provides superior tuning stability.
Measures .800″.850″ with a 1.650″ nut width.
JUMBO STAINLESS STEEL
SUHR LOCKING TUNERS
Proprietary Suhr locking tuners provide improved tuning stability, easy string changes, and an 18:1 gear ratio.
Suhr SSH+ Bridge and SSV Neck humbuckers.
V60LP Middle single coil.
Alnico 5 “Special” magnets.
|Body Top Wood:||Flame Maple|
|Neck Wood:||Roasted Maple|
|Fingerboard Wood:||Pau Ferro or Roasted Maple|
|Neck Back Shape:||Modern Elliptical .800"-.850"|
|Fingerboard Radius:||10"-14" Compound|
|Frets:||Jumbo Stainless Steel (.057"x.110")|
|Bridge Pickup:||SSH+ (Black)|
|Middle Pickup (optional):||V60LP (Black)|
|Neck Pickup:||SSV (Black)|
|Push/Pull Tone:||Split Both Humbuckers|
|Tuning Machines:||Suhr Locking|
|Bridge:||Gotoh 510 - Steel Block|
|Case:||Deluxe Gig Bag|
$ 999.99 $ 1,499.00
The new Tri Tone is inspired by the extremely rare, vintage Supro Triple Tone guitar. This tuxedo-black, 3-pickup, art deco masterpiece made its original debut in 1959 and was produced for only a single year. Sixty years after the release of the original Triple Tone, Supro is re-introducing this unique instrument for 2019 with modernizations like set-neck construction, tune-o-matic bridge and increased access to upper frets—now making the Tri Tone a serious player’s guitar with authentic vintage mojo. The Tri Tone shares its distinctive, single-cutaway body shape with the best-selling Dual Tone model, played by Link Wray and David Bowie. The body of the Tri Tone is made of solid mahogany. The fully bound neck is constructed of hard rock maple, sporting a seductively smooth, black satin finish on the back, and a 12”-radius pau ferro fretboard on the front.
Along with the distinctive jet-black color, reverse stairstep tailpiece, brushed gold hardware and stylized double pickguard, a defining highlight of the original instrument was the trio of Ralph Keller-designed Vistatone pickups. Although they look like humbuckers, Vistatone pickups are in fact noise-cancelling single coil pickups that deliver a ton of output. For the brand new 2019 Tri Tone, we’ve used the triple-pickup format to combine a pair of authentic Vistatone pickups in the neck and middle position, with an overwound Super Alnico unit in the bridge. Custom-made for the 2019 Tri Tone, these powerful, vintage-correct single coil pickups deliver a wide variety of Supro tones, ranging from warm jazz and smoldering blues to southern rock and fuzzed-out psychedelia. The full sonic palette of the Tri Tone can be accessed using the dedicated volume knobs for each pickup, the 5-way selector switch and the master volume control.
The Triple Tone was Supro’s 3-pickup version of the Dual Tone, which was produced only for a single year. Besides the beautifully distinctive jet-black finish, gold hardware and double pickguard, one of the main highlights of this instrument was the trio of Ralph Keller-designed Vistatone pickups. Although they look like humbuckers, they were in fact unique noise-cancelling single coil pickups that delivered a fairly hot signal for the time.
● Mahogany Body
● Set Neck with Black Satin Finish
● Brushed Gold Vistatone Neck & Middle Pickups
● Brushed Gold Super Alnico Bridge Pickup
● Pau Ferro Fretboard
● Block Acrylic Inlays
● 24.75″ Scale Length
● Gold Hardware
This is a real deal 1959 Supro Rhythm Master in Sunburst finish. It's a rare model that was made in the original Chicago Valco factory. The guitar features two original patent number oversized single coil pickups, along with a piezo pickup. The little screws on the side are small pots, that you can adjust the volume & tone for each pickup.
This guitar is in fair condition. Aging is consistent with the age of guitar.
$ 899.99 $ 1,199.99
The Black Holiday is an all-new Supro instrument, based on the Chicago-made, res-o-glass guitars of the 1960s. While the vintage Supro instruments were constructed entirely of fiberglass, the updated construction technique mates a newly developed composite “Acousti-glass” top to a chambered mahogany back for greater semi-acoustic resonance and tuning stability over the originals. The Supro Black Holiday’s Art Deco lines and two-knob control layout combine elements from several different Supro res-o-glass models of the past to create a new guitar that is worthy of a place alongside the reissues of these iconic American guitars.
The Black Holiday’s vintage correct tuners, stairstep tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a reproduction of the legendary Vistatone pickup. The Vistatone pickups found in the Supro Black Holiday are a faithful replica of the groundbreaking, single-coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lover’s PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models.
The Supro Black Holiday has a powerful, electric swamp-blues tone that is anything but subtle. It’s a gnarly sounding instrument that loves tube amps and fuzz pedals of all kinds. The neck pickup sounds huge and wooly, while the bridge pickup has an unmistakable midrange growl that is downright dirty. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original res-o-glass models while providing today’s musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain.
The Black Holiday guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.
$ 999.99 $ 1,499.99
“When Reality got underway, Bowie had only recently invested in several Supro guitars, one of them a hard-to-find white model similar to that played by Link Wray on ‘Rumble’. He’d managed to pick this up on eBay (I kid you not) and had it revamped by Staten Island designer/ manufacturer/ restorer Flip Scipio. After Scipio went to work on it, Bowie ended up with a guitar that, according to Tony Visconti, “was never meant to sound so good”, and he played this a lot during the Reality sessions, along with a Supro 12-string that had also been overhauled by Flip Scipio, and some harsh-sounding Supro valve amps.” – Richard Buskin from “Recording Reality” – Sound on Sound Magazine, October 2003
“I feel that reality has become an abstract for so many people over the last 20 years. Things that they regarded as truths seem to have just melted away, and it’s almost as if we’re thinking post-philosophically now. There’s nothing to rely on any more. No knowledge, only interpretation of those facts that we seem to be inundated with on a daily basis. Knowledge seems to have been left behind and there’s a sense that we are adrift at sea. There’s nothing more to hold onto, and of course political circumstances just push that boat further out.” – David Bowie from “Recording Reality” – Sound on Sound Magazine, October 2003
$ 999.99 $ 1,329.99
The Westbury is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960’s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickups have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern player’s instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone.
The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Supro Westbury are faithful reproductions of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The humbucker-sized Gold Foil bridge pickup found in the Westbury is slightly overwound, while the neck pickup is reverse-wound in order to provide fully hum-cancelling sound when the two pickups are combined by selecting the middle position of the 3-way toggle switch.
The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Westbury's vintage-correct pickups to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Westbury is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. The Westbury’s dual pickup configuration lets the player switch effortlessly between warm, single-coil neck pickup sounds, throaty bridge tones, or a perfectly balanced, parallel combination of both pickups for rhythm work.
The Westbury guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island Series of guitars was designed by David Koltai and Glenn Sweetwood, with technical assistance from master designer Trevor Wilkinson and vintage pickup expert Ken Calvet. Case sold separately.
Sold Out $ 3,258.00
Before the introduction of the magnificent Drop Top in 1990, the number of "S" style guitars that had a maple top that was “dropped” to create a comfortable forearm contour were exactly zero. As a result of this design, we've chosen a body top thickness of 3/16 of an inch, which actually enhances and enrichens the sonic character of the instrument. The result is a guitar that not only plays effortlessly, is extremely comfortable, and sounds amazing but is so darn good looking that if you don't dress well it just may upstage you. Today, along with your choice of flame or quilted maple, walnut or koa top, Drop Top now offers four choices of body backing tone wood to bring the sonic character you desire from your "S" to bear on the bandstand: Alder back: our most popular backing wood, its lower-mid fullness and upper-mid bump give a familiar “S” timbre that supports the lower-end fullness of single coil pickups and humbuckers alike while its upper-mid penetration makes sure other instruments are unable to step into your spot on stage. Mahogany back: focused and aggressive mids bring humbuckers roaring to life and offer an overall powerful experience-, a very popular choice. Swamp Ash back: Deep low-lows and softly sparkling highs with an open, scooped middle make for a breathtakingly musical presentation of subtle nuances. And the added bonus is that the maple top actually presents this quintessential Swamp Ash tone. Basswood back: You can never go wrong with this wood if it is done the way it should be done, and believe me, we do it the way it should be done. The sound of an 80's vibe humbucker is defined by this body wood, soft (not hard), full flowing focused mids make everything this wood touches bloom with rich, lush, even-balanced midrange tonality.
Serial Number: 11-20-21-A
$ 289.99 $ 382.78
Inspired by over six decades of heritage and tradition, the Travelcaster is a full 25 1/2” scale electric travel guitar. At just 5 lbs. 3 oz. and an overall length of 33.75 in., the Travelcaster emphasizes portability without sacrificing playability. It comes equipped with 2 full-size hum bucker pickups, 1 volume control, 2 tone controls, a 3-way pickup selector, and chrome 14:1 gear ratio tuners.
A full 25 ½” scale guitar, but only 5 lbs., 3 oz. and only 33.75 inches long.
The Travelcaster is equipped with a fully adjustable bridge and bent steel saddles for improved tremolo response and tuning stability.
Super portable. Super playable.
Every single Traveler Guitar comes standard with a compact, custom gig bag so you can protect your investment at no additional cost.
When we say compact, we mean it. Stop leaving your guitars at home when you travel. The Travelcaster goes anywhere you do.
$ 329.99 $ 435.58
$ 399.99 $ 527.98
Welcome to the insane world of Vaibrant!
Introducing the Vaibrant series from Traveler Guitar, our very own take on an iconic ‘80s classic. And no. We're not kidding. Just like everything else in our product lineup the Vaibrant is totally portable, but we didn't make it just for travel. The bodacious Vaibrant is designed to be used on the road, in the studio, on the stage, on planet Mars, WHEREVER DUDE. This is Vaibrant's world, we just live in it!
And look, the Vaibrant may be tons of fun and easy to travel with, but this bad boy is totally built for on-stage shredding. It’s got a double locking tremolo bridge for cryin’ out loud! This is the insane world of Vaibrant and we just live in it, so if you’re up for it, get in. If not, get out of the way because we have some shredding to do!
$ 2,799.99 $ 3,090.99
There may never have been an amp boasting such a lofty and pure sound in the entire history of VOX. The VOX Hand-Wired Series relies on the painstaking technique of turret board hand-wiring – a method requiring a high level of skill and craftsmanship – is used, resulting in wiring that’s beautiful in its artistry, ensuring an efficient signal path with minimal loss and no restriction in amplitude. In the Hand-Wired Series, tubes, transformers, speakers, chassis, and custom parts all join together in an ideal state to deliver the richest and most powerful sonic experience – the ultimate amp. Not bound by tradition, the VOX Hand-Wired Series also provides a variety of new functions that keep pace with the needs of today’s artists. Offering a rich variety of tonal shadings and a broad model lineup, the enormous potential of the VOX Hand-Wired Series will reveal itself in any musical scenario.
AC30HW2: 30 Watts, 2 x 12″ Celestion G12M Greenback Speakers
AC30HW2X: 30 Watts, 2 x 12″ Celestion Alnico Blue Speakers
30 Watts RMS
8 or 16 Ohms
2 x 12″ Celestion Alnico Blue Speakers
1 x Normal High Input Jack
1 x Normal Low Input Jack
1 x Top Boost High Input Jack
1 x Top Boost Low Input Jack
1 x Foot Switch Jack
2 x External Speaker Jacks
Master Volume, Master Tone Cut, Normal Volume, Top Boost Volume, Top Boost Bass, Top Boost Treble
3 x ECC83 | 12AX7 (preamp)
4 x EL84 (power amp)
1 x GZ34 (rectifier)
705 x 260 x 550 mm | 27.76 x 10.24 x 21.65 inches
30.8 kg | 67.9 lbs
**This Guitar is USED in good condition**
Warmoth Custom built "Tom Tamm" assembled electric guitar
Washburn WS-6 Shadow series electric guitar tobacco burst finish
**This guitar is used in excellent condition, fresh setup and comes with strap
**Guitar is used but in MINT condition
$ 679.99 $ 1,098.40
$ 679.99 $ 1,098.40
This guitar is excellent condition. Virtually no wear on body, neck, or hardware. Comes with OHSC.