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“Welcome to the guitar collection. On the second floor of our store we have on display over 300 guitars and more than 50 amps that I’ve accumulated over the years. The friends and customers that have visited us seem to really appreciate being able to view this, so we thought we would share it with our online friends and fellow guitar enthusiasts as well. Enjoy!”

– Dave Rogers

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    Stratocaster, '57

    Sunburst, Serial # -17439.

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    Esquire, '52

    Blonde, Serial # 2580. This one is nice and clean. There is just a hint of fingerboard wear. I purchased this one back during the days when an Esquire was… READ MORE

  • 4238_logo

    Telecaster, '53

    Blonde, Serial # 4238. This is really one of the cleanest black guard Telecasters that I have ever seen! I remember having to pay $10,000 for it many years ago…. READ MORE

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    Stratocaster, '57

    Taos Turquoise, Serial # -20869. A very rare to ever see Custom Colors from the 50’s. There were very few of these that were done in this color to match the automobile colors that were coming… READ MORE

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    Esquire, '68

    Blond, Serial # 236389.

  • 36315_logo

    Stratocaster, '58

    Blonde, Serial # 36315.

  • 230818_logo

    Telecaster Thinline, '68

    Natural, Serial # 230818.

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    Stratocaster, '58

    Sunburst, Serial # 026665. The space age looking maple neck Stratocaster was favored by many innovative rockers of the 1950s era, including Buddy Holly, Johnny Meeks (of Gene Vincent’s Blue… READ MORE

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    Telecaster Thinline, '68

    Sunburst, Serial # 241136.

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    Swinger, '69

    Dakota Red, Serial # 263366.

  • 38098_logo

    Stratocaster, '59

    Sunburst, Serial # 38098. In 1959 the Fender electric guitar line was revamped to include rosewood fingerboards attached to the one-piece maple necks. Rosewood fingerboards were standard on most other… READ MORE

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    Telecaster, '67

    Blond, Serial # 205513, Neck Date September ’67. In the summer of 1967, Fender experimented with ways to make a Telecaster lighter. Large cavities were routed underneath the pickguard to… READ MORE

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    Coronado II, '68

    Antigua, Serial # 235002.

  • 43228_logo

    Stratocaster, '59

    Sunburst, Serial # 43228.

  • 3032_logo

    Esquire, '53

    Blonde, Serial # 3032.

  • 501108_logo

    Coronado II, '68

    Lake Placid Blue, Serial # 501108.

  • 103581_logo

    Stratocaster, '68

    Firemist Gold, Serial # 103581. This guitar was rescued a number of years back. This Strat was actually out for sale in the shop as a refin and tagged accordingly…. READ MORE

  • 4123_logo

    Telecaster, ’53

    Blonde, Serial # 4123. This one was acquired in a trade deal with Larry Hendrickson back around 1980. I have to say that this is one of my favorite Teles. In… READ MORE

  • 107518_logo

    Stratocaster, '65

    Charcoal Frost Metallic, Serial # 107518.

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    Stratocaster, '60

    Fiesta Red, Serial # 49005. When the Fender Stratocaster was introduced in 1954, one of the main special features was a built in vibrato unit called the “Synchronized Tremolo”.  A… READ MORE

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Our Friends over at Premier Guitar came through and did a really great tour of our shop. Make sure you check it out!


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    We recently got a chance to go and spend some time with our friends out at PRS. We got a chance to spend sometime in the Stevensville area on Sunday… READ MORE

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