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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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  • 316912

    Dragon II, ’93

    Indigo, Serial # 316912.

  • 21485

    Rancher, ’57

    Western Orange, Serial # 21485. The Fred Gretsch Company introduced its most famous flat-top, The Rancher in1954. The Rancher was a jumbo 17 inch wide, triangular soundhole acoustic based on… READ MORE

  • T68518

    Val Pro 85 Bass, ’61

    White, Serial # T68518.

  • 6K4637

    335, ’67

    Fireglo, Serial # 6K4637.

  • A20043

    J-200, ’55

    Natural, Serial # A20043. The “Singing Cowboy” phenomenon of the 1930s was the main inspiration for the “King of the Flattops”, Gibson’s J-200. Cowboy movie idol, Ray Whitley approached Gibson… READ MORE

  • 851490

    ES-125 Tenor, ’66

    Cherry Sunburst, Serial # 851490.

  • 101330

    ES-355, ’63

    Cherry, Serial # 101330. Mono version with earlier features including: Grover Rotomatic tuners, Bigsby vibrato, and no serial number on the back of the headstock. This is one of only… READ MORE

  • 172722

    J-160E, ’55

    Sunburst, Serial # 172722. While Gibson had been making electric arch-top and steel guitars since the 1930’s, it wasn’t until the early ‘50s that a flat-top was electrified.  The first… READ MORE

  • 892010

    Trini Lopez Custom, ’67

    Cherry Sunburst, Serial # 892010. The Trini Lopez model was introduced in 1965 with input from the popular singer. After moving from Dallas to Beverly Hills in the early ‘60s,… READ MORE

  • 172272

    Firebird V, ’64

    Sunburst, Serial # 172272.

  • Thunderbird1

    Thunderbird II, ’64

    Sunburst, Serial # 193823.

  • PRS Semi-Hollow

    Custon 24 Semi-Hollow, ’90

    Sunburst, Serial # 049310.

  • National Bass1

    Val Pro 85, ’61

    White, Serial # T68518.

  • Martin HD-28

    D-28, ’37

    Natural, Serial # 66725. Over seventy years after its first appearance, the Dreadnought size guitar remains the most popular among acoustic guitar players. The Dreadnaught (named after the HMS Dreadnought,… READ MORE

  • Gibson Tenor 1

    TG-25N, ’65

    Natural, Serial # 31842.

  • Fender P-Bass

    Precision Bass, ’65

    Olympic White, Serial # L86059. The Fender Precision Bass was introduced in late 1951 and almost immediately had a dramatic lasting effect on how music was heard and played.  This… READ MORE

  • 70's EsquireA

    Custom Esquire, ’63

    Sunburst, Serial # L18136. The Fender Esquire was officially unveiled in April of 1950 as Fender’s first standard electric solid body guitar. It originally had one pickup in the bridge… READ MORE

  • '63 Jaguar

    Jaguar, ’61

    Dakota Red, Serial # 73776.

  • 57 J45a

    J-45, ’57


  • 50's Broadcaster 2

    Broadcaster, ’50

    Blonde, Serial # 0163.   In the late 1940’s, Leo Fender began working on a practical electric Spanish guitar. The design would be simple, and the guitar would be easy… READ MORE

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September 23, 2015 by Justin Zeman S2 Overview

Have you heard of the PRS S2 models? If not, check them out!! Brian Ewald from Paul Reed Smith Guitars talks with Tylor about the advantages of the S2 Lineup.


  • Sean Jordan
    Sean Jordan
    August 25, 2015 by Justin Zeman

    Sean Jordan was in the shop last week and we talked him into doing a quick video for us. He just graduated high school and is heading out to Berklee… READ MORE

  • simo
    JD Simo Visit
    August 17, 2015 by Justin Zeman

    JD Simo was out on the road and dropped in to say hello. He played a little for us on Dave’s 1959 Les Paul Burst. Enjoy!

  • DGS017
    DGS Shop Tour
    June 17, 2015 by Tylor

    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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