Sold Out $ 3,239.48
The brown ’62 Princeton amp’s sensitivity and smooth organic tremolo made it a longtime studio favorite and the ideal partner for Grammy®-winning country artist, Chris Stapleton. The hand-wired ’62 Princeton Chris Stapleton Edition combines the classic 6G2 circuit with Stapleton’s favorite features and personally chosen aesthetic touches. This 12W combo features Fender Vintage “Blue” tone caps, Schumacher™ transformers, an upgraded Eminence® 12” Special Design “CS” speaker, and an output tube-biased tremolo circuit. The acoustically resonant solid pine cabinet wears rough brown textured vinyl covering, wheat grille cloth and thick dark brown leather handle, while the dark brown control panel sports dark brown “radio” knobs and the rear panel features an engraved brass plate with Chris Stapleton's signature. Includes 1-button switch for tremolo and retro-styled Filson™ Rugged Twill fabric cover.
Sold Out $ 4,080.00
Played on countless hit recordings, the mid-'60s Deluxe Reverb is a timeless Fender classic and one of the most indispensable workhorse guitar amps ever made. Moderately powered and producing a full, snappy and crystalline tone, the pedal-friendly '64 Custom Deluxe Reverb carries on that legacy with incredible vintage-style tones, thanks to its modified all-tube hand-wired AB763 circuitry. Featuring Bright and Normal channels, tube-driven spring reverb and tremolo on both channels, and 20 watts of output power, this is the go-to amp for warm, clean tones and moderate breakup.
$ 2,799.99 $ 3,771.34
Terrific for any kind of music, Fender’s Princeton is simply one of the most versatile and beloved guitar amplifiers of all time. It delivers quintessential Fender tonal response, reverb and tremolo; and it is the perfect size for guitarists who want a moderately powered amp for any stage or studio situation. And in the modern pedalboard era, it is the perfect platform for tone building.
Highly collectable 1960s models bring big money on the vintage gear market. These originals, as well as long-running Fender reissue models, are used on every stage and in every venue worldwide. Hand-wired in Corona, Calif., the 12-watt ’64 Custom Princeton Reverb joins this prestigious group.
Premium features include: Hand-wired AA764 circuit with tube-driven spring reverb and tremolo, Fender Vintage Blue tone capacitors, Three 12AX7 and one 12AT7 preamp tubes, 5AR4/GZ34 rectifier tube, Matched pair of 6V6 power tubes, 12 watts output power, 10” Jensen® alnico P10-R speaker for sparkling clean tones and moderate breakup, Solid pine cabinet for resonance and lighter weight, Extra-heavy textured vinyl covering, Lightly aged silver grille cloth, Footswitch and amp cover included.
$ 1,599.99 $ 2,180.00
$ 1,399.99 $ 1,886.78
$ 2,099.99 $ 2,776.10
$ 1,499.99 $ 1,990.72
The guitarist with an eye and ear for late-'60s Fender silver panel style will love the '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb, which honors the classic look and great sound of that era's amps. Small, light and moderately powered, the Deluxe Reverb received a fresh new face in 1968—a silver-and-turquoise front panel with aluminum grille cloth trim, with tone, reverb and tremolo that was still pure Fender. The '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb also has modified all-tube circuitry, vintage channel for traditional silver panel tone, custom channel with Bassman® tone stack, and reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity and quicker gain onset.
$ 1,299.99 $ 1,802.66
The guitarist with an eye and ear for late-'60s Fender silver panel style will love the '68 Custom Princeton Reverb, which honors the classic look and great sound of that era's amps. Small, light and moderately powered, longtime recording and gigging favorite the Princeton Reverb received a fresh new face in 1968—a silver-and-turquoise front panel with aluminum grille cloth trim, with tone, reverb and tremolo that was still pure Fender. The '68 Custom Princeton Reverb also has modified tone circuitry for greater tonal flexibility with pedals and reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity and quicker overdrive onset.
$ 1,499.99 $ 1,864.00
The ‘68 Customs have become an extremely popular amp series for guitarists who love classic Fender sounds along with toneful modifications that resonate with today’s players.
The ‘68 Custom Pro Reverb™ takes its cues from the original 40-watt model, improving its portability and tonal flexibility by reducing the cabinet size and weight, moving to a single-channel format and single 12” speaker, and adding a middle tone control. The '68 Custom Pro Reverb also comes with vintage-style two-button foot switch and fitted cover. This refined and upgraded amp is the perfect size and volume for almost any gig, and may be the ultimate pedal-friendly platform. Amplifier comes with vintage-style two-button foot switch and fitted cover.
$ 899.99 $ 1,216.00
The ’68 Customs have become an extremely popular amp series for guitarists who love classic Fender sounds along with toneful modifications that resonate with today’s players.
At just 5 watts, the original Vibro Champ® was famous for classic Fender tremolo, tube sparkle and killer grind at a reasonable level. The ’68 Custom Vibro Champ Reverb improves on this classic amp by adding a hall reverb and using a larger 10” speaker for increased low end. These additions make this little wonder perfect for rehearsal, home recording and even small gigs. Amplifier comes with fitted cover. Optional 2-Button Vintage Style (P/N: 0994058000) available.
This guitar is in very good condition. The body and neck were refinished. Guitar still has period correct "blackguard/dark" circuit.
See photos for neck code and under the control panel.
Comes with hardshell poodle style case.
$ 2,599.00Fender Vibro-Champ AA-764 model tube amp made in Fullerton, California. Serial nubmer is A-11114. All original minus replacement power cord (with ground). Tolex is intact along with handle. The tube chart is stamped "PF", indicating assembly in June 1966. Speaker is the original Oxford 8EV-52 marked 465-709 (dated the 22nd week of 1966). Both power and output transformers are the original Schumachers and date to the 3rd week of 1966 and first week of 1966. Most of the pots date to mid/late 1966. Includes original cover.
Serial Number: E824168
**This guitar is used in excellent condition, Middle and Bridge Pickup were switched to Dimarzio Brian May Pickups, Original pickups are in case (see photos)**
Model Name: Precision Bass Plus
Series: U.S. Plus
Body: Downsized Alder Body
Fingerboard: Maple Fretboard
No. of Frets: 22
Scale Length: 34" (864 mm)
Width at Nut: 1.625" (41 mm)
Machine Heads: Fender Schaller Elite
Bridge: Plus with Fine Tuners
Pickups: 3 EMG
Pickup Switching: Pan Pot
Controls: Master Volume, Pan Pot, Master Treble Boost/Cut, Master Bass Boost/Cut
**This bass is used in ok condition for its age. Bass has many small dents and chips around edges of body (see photos) bass comes with hardshell case.**
Serial Number: Z1006558
**Guitar is used but in good condition. Has some swirls in the finish from normal playwear. Has one small ding on neck near 15th fret marker, and some small scratches near string ferrules. (See pictures)
**Amp is used but in good condition. Recently serviced by a professional amp tech and 2 speakers were replaced along with reverb tank. Has casters currently installed. No amp cover included.
**Guitar is used but in good condition.
This guitar is in very good condition. Two small dings on back of body, see photos.
Comes with OHSC.
There is no greater example of Eric Johnson's devotion to his art than his signature Stratocaster Rosewood model. With singular attention to detail, every facet of the guitar is designed to Johnson's own detailed specs, from the specially voiced pickups to the extra-contoured neck and body to the distinctive tremolo assembly and much more. Any guitarist who marvels at Johnson's breathtaking sonic artistry and peerlessly pure tone will also marvel at this especially refined model.
Serial Number: EJ06438
$ 1,399.99 $ 2,550.00
This guitar is a demo/floor model. Has light play wear on top and back. It has two chips on side of body, see photo.
The price has been adjusted based on condition of guitar.
They call it show business for a reason—you have to make a visual splash, so Fender made something you’ve never seen before, the limited-edition Jazz Tele. Was it made for surf, punk, jazz or country? Who cares—play whatever music you want on it and it’ll be able to keep up, thanks to the vintage inspired sound, modern feel and sensational aesthetics.
Powered by a pair of American Vintage ’65 single-coil Jazzmaster pickups, this guitar has Fender’s legendary sound. From the lacquer-finished ash body and custom-designed 3-ply pickguard to the American Professional Jazzmaster tremolo and bridge, American Vintage tuning machines and white “witch hat” knobs, every element of this guitar was designed for prime performance and visual impact.
The “Modern C”-shaped American Original Jazzmaster neck sports a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard for enhanced playability, along with 21 narrow-tall frets and a bone nut. Other stylish touches include a “floral” Fender logo on the headstock and a “Limited Edition” neck plate.
The Jazz Tele is your chance to grab a piece of historic Fender style and make it yours. Includes a hardshell case and Certificate of Authenticity.
$ 199.99 $ 260.00
Blazing her own musical trail, songstress Grace VanderWaal and her ukulele burst into the music scene with her 2016 debut EP, Perfectly Imperfect. With its comfortable concert-sized body, enticing sound and stage-ready features, including a Fishman® Kula preamp system, the Grace VanderWaal Signature Ukulele is the perfect partner for her music. Reflecting Grace’s “Boho Chic” style, this ukulele features a luxurious Dark Walnut gloss finish, gold sparkle rosette, gold hardware, custom floral soundhole label and Grace’s distinctive heart signature adorning the back of the headstock.
An original Telecaster master still going strong, James Burton influenced generations of rock guitar royalty with his perfectly phrased late-'50s/early-'60s Tele® work with Ricky Nelson, and his later stints with Elvis Presley, Emmylou Harris, Elvis Costello and many others only furthered his revered elder-statesman status. His was the first signature Telecaster model, and today's James Burton Telecaster is as fiery as ever, with three pickups, special switching, gold hardware, gorgeous paisley-flame finishes and more.
**This guitar is used but in good condition. Has some pick scratches on the front from playwear along with some swirls/light scratches throughout the rest of body. (See picture).