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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

The items in Dave’s Collection are not available for purchase.

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  • ES-335, '60

    Sunburst, Serial # A35136.

  • ES-335, '63

    Cherry, Serial # 137285.

  • ES-350T, '57

    Sunburst, Serial # A25130.

  • ES-350 Tenor, '55

    Natural, Serial # A5824. As the Jazz Age matured in the 1930’s, the loud rhythmic pulse of the banjo gave way to silky even tones of the archtop guitar. The… READ MORE

  • ES-150 '69

    Natural, These look a lot like an ES-335, but they are completely hollow and much thicker. These never really did catch on in the vintage market, but I’ve always been… READ MORE

  • ES-355 '65

    Sparkling Burgundy, The face has faded to an interesting gold color! Some nasty Gibson/Schaller tuners installed, but since the damage was already done, I left them alone.

  • ES-355 '60

    Cherry, Serial #A32582. A very clean example with just a bit of gold plating wear.

  • ES-345, '64

    Sunburst, Serial # 176409.

  • ES-345 '60

    Cherry, Serial #A34224. The color has faded nicely on this one. A nice early ’60 with the long guard and clear knobs.

  • ES-345 '59

    Sunburst, Serial #A31007. The gold plating is a bit worn and the tuners are starting to shrivel up, but this is a great guitar. I love the late 50’s/early 60’s… READ MORE

  • ES-345 '60

    Sunburst, Serial #A32846, An early ’60 with the clear top knobs and the long guard.

  • EH-150, Late '30s

    Sunburst.

  • Prototype Bass, Mid 70's

    Cherry Sunburst, I’ve never seen another one like this and probably for a good reason! It is an odd duck, that’s for sure!

  • Map Guitar '84

    Natural, Kind of a silly thing. I think these were mostly meant as a promotional item, but this guitar gets some of the most attention of anything in the collection… READ MORE

  • ES-340TD, Early 70's

    Natural, An unusual version of an ES-335 with a 3 piece maple neck.

  • ES-335, '62

    Cherry, Serial # 51989.

  • ES-335, ’63

    Cherry, Serial # 113991. The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 combining the best traits of solidbody and hollowbody guitars. The revolutionary new instrument was built using a solid center block… READ MORE

  • ES-335TD, ’67

    Pelham Blue, Serial # 871604. Gibson’s legendary double cutaway thinline, the ES-335, was introduced in 1958. Its classic elegant design is still a favorite today, and has been often imitated…. READ MORE

  • ES-335, '67

    Sparkling Burgundy, Serial # 170009. This guitar is weird not just because of the color, but because it has split parallelogram fingerboard inlays like an ES-345.

  • ES-295, '53

    Sunburst, Serial # A15572. The Gibson ES-295 was introduced in 1952 as the full sized hollow body complement to the solid body Les Paul Model also debuting that year.  While… READ MORE

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Gibson 1911 Style 0 – Cool Guitar of the Day
October 23, 2017 by Josh Walker

Today’s guitar of the day is this 1911 Style 0! It has a repaired top, back and heel cracks, and it even has the original leather case! Check it out:

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