Browse Dave’s Collection

“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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Gibson Everly Brothers Model, '67

Natural, Serial # 890855


Taylor Custom DN, '07

Natural, Serial # 20070323122.

Made for Dave's Guitar Shop 25th Anniversary.


Taylor Custom GC, '07

Natural, Serial # 20070406116

Made for Dave's Guitar Shop 25th Anniversary


Taylor XXX-MS, '04

Natural, Serial # 20040430123, #36 of 250.

Taylor 30th Anniversary


Baldwin Virginian, '65

You can see the lead singer from Kentucky Headhunters using this guitar on a few of their music videos. Greg Martin tried to talk me into selling it to them, but for some strange reason I'm oddly attracted to this ugly guitar! I gave it to him to use for as long as he wanted and now it's back where it belongs!.


Epiphone E112 Emperor, ’62

Sunburst, Serial # 75090 Debuting in 1935 as Epiphone's top-of-the-line acoustic archtop, the Emperor was originally the company's answer to Gibson's 18" wide Super 400. By the 1950's, Epiphone was making a triple-pickup electric version. Originally called the Zepher Emperor Regent, this model name changed to Emperor Electric in 1954. Gibson continued to make an 18" wide, triple pickup Emperor Electric, but incorporated the new thinline body style used on Byrdlands and ES-335s. The 1962 Emperor pictured here has typical features for that year, including a 4-piece maple neck divided by three strips of mahogany, a rosewood fretboard with V-block inlays, a "tree of life" pattern adorning the headstock, and three gold-plated mini-humbucker pickups.

Epiphone A412 Triumph, '65

Sunburst, Serial #306081.


Paul Reed Smith Custom, 1986

Vintage Sunburst, Moons, Brazilian board and sweet switch. Extremely clean!


Epiphone E251 Broadway,'59

Serial # A 2340


Epiphone E452TD Sorrento, '61

Royal Olive, Serial # 24386, Purchased from the original owner, One of the mini humbuckers has the "PAF" sticker and the other has the "Patent Number" sticker, In 1961 this guitar sold new for $290 and the hardshell Lifton case was an extra $52.


Epiphone E452TD Sorrento, '67

Serial # 86943

The interior lable mistakenly reads: E230TD Casino!


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