“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.
Walnut, Serial # 44245.
Western Orange, Serial # 13173.
Western Orange, Serial # 23405. By 1953, The Fred Grestch Manufacturing Company had been building drums banjos and guitars for 70 years. The traditional instrument maker made what seemed like… READ MORE
Jet Firebird, '57
Oriental Red, Serial # 23809. Leo Fender’s revolutionary solid body guitars created quite a stir in the early 1950’s. The established guitar manufacturers of the day initially viewed the Fender… READ MORE
Silver Jet, '55
Silver Sparkle, Serial # 16622. In 1953 the Gretsch Company introduced its first solidbody electric guitar: the Duo Jet. It was intended to compete with Fender’s Telecaster and Gibson’s Les… READ MORE
Fireglo, Serial # NF3602
Reverse Fireglo, Serial # 2T179. F.C. Hall purchased the Electro String Company from Adolf Rickenbacker in late 1953. This company had been known mostly for its electric steel guitars, but… READ MORE
Fireglo, Serial # 2T552.
Fireglo, Serial # CG730.
Fireglo, Serial # EI858.
Serial # PD16.
360 WB, '92
Mapleglo, Serial # G56451.
360 WB, '95
Fireglo, Serial # K84987.
Model 1993, '65
Firglo, Serial # ED548. Nothing says “the sixties” like a Rickenbacker 12 string electric guitar. After late 1963 when George Harrison of the Beatles received his first one, rock and… READ MORE
331 Light Show, '71
Serial # KJ662. The Rickenbacker Company has made interesting innovative instruments since the time it was founded in the first half of the twentieth century. One such instrument was the… READ MORE
Mapleglo, Serial # FL4274.
Jetglo, Serial # GF2983.
Fireglo, Serial # HA122. Adolph Rickenbacker began a successful Los Angeles, California tool-and-die business in the 1920s, which eventually provided metal parts for guitar companies like National. Together with two… READ MORE
Fireglo, Serial # GC1055.