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$3,959.00

Collings DS1

Natural, Original 12 Fret Dreadnought body size, High gloss Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, Select Sitka Spruce top, Optional Adirondack Spruce bracing, Mahogany back and sides, Simple Walnut backstrip, Tortoise style binding and pickguard, Black/White Wood Nitrate strip Rosette, Ebony fingerboard with the Dot inlays on a Mahogany neck, 25.5” scale length, Optional 1 3/4” width at the nut and the 2 3/16th” bridge spacing, With hardshell case

Condition: New

 

Minimum Advertised Price $3,799.00

Gibson Montana J-200 Standard

Natural, From its inaugural appearance in 1937, Gibson’s J-200 set a standard others have been trying to match ever since. Today—nearly 71 years later—the legacy of Gibson’s “King of the Flat-tops” lives on in the new J-200 Standard. Upon its introduction in the late 1930s, the J-200 immediately filled a need for a deeper, more balanced and powerful sound. It gave purveyors of the new American music scene of the 1930s a reliable, well-built instrument, capable of projecting the sound of the guitar well beyond that of any other acoustic on the market—a fact that still holds true today. It is simply the world’s most famous acoustic guitar, and certainly one of most popular, as evidenced by the list of players that have made it their primary acoustic instrument, among them Ray Whitley, Emmylou Harris, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Gram Parsons, and Pete Townshend. With hardshell case

Condition: New

 

$75.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Kurogane-Scud Aged

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece studs

Condition: New

 

$160.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts RAPP Cover Plain

A more Real, more Accurate and more Perfect-Plated replica pickup cover as used on the legendary 1959 Gibson PAF, Sold in sets of two

Condition: New

 

$90.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts RPG59 Blacket Set Post 09 Plain

Pickguard and mounting bracket for Gibson Historic Collection Les Paul Standards with humbuckers, 2009 and later. The location of the screw holes on the pickguard and the space between the pickups are fitted for these models, as well as the vintage Gibson Les Paul from 1958 to 1960

Condition: New

 

$90.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts RPG59 Blacket Set Post 09 Aged

Pickguard and mounting bracket for Gibson Historic Collection Les Paul Standards with humbuckers, 2009 and later. The location of the screw holes on the pickguard and the space between the pickups are fitted for these models, as well as the vintage Gibson Les Paul from 1958 to 1960

Condition: New

 

$90.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts RPG59 Blacket Set Pre 08 Plain

Pickguard and mounting bracket for Gibson Historic Collection Les Paul Standards with humbuckers from 1999 up to 2008. The location of the screw holes on the pickguard and the space between the pickups are fitted for these models

Condition: New

 

$90.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts RPG59 Blacket Set Pre 08 Aged

Pickguard and mounting bracket for Gibson Historic Collection Les Paul Standards with humbuckers from 1999 up to 2008. The location of the screw holes on the pickguard and the space between the pickups are fitted for these models

Condition: New

 

$35.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Cooldish Plain

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson thumb wheels for an ABR-1 tuneomatic bridge

Condition: New

 

$75.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Kurogane-Scud Plain

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece studs

Condition: New

 

$85.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Slant Mushroom Plain

Great reproduction of the Gibson 50′s tuner bushings, Set of 6, Historic size

 

$135.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts T-Bar59 Plain

Great reproduction of the late 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece

Condition: New

 

Minimum Advertised Price $3,479.00

Fender Custom Shop 1960 NOS Strat

Vintage Blonde, Ash body, Mid 60′s Oval C neck shape with a 9.5″ radius fingerboard and medium jumbo frets, 7.6 pounds, With hardshell case

Condition: New

 

$2,895.00

Paul Reed Smith Custom 24

Faded Grey Black, 10 top, Pattern Thin neck, 7.4 pounds, With hardshell case

Condition: New

 

$2,895.00

Paul Reed Smith Custom 24

Faded Blue Burst, 10 top, Pattern Regular neck, 7.4 pounds, With hardshell case

Condition: New

 

$35.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Cooldish Aged

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson thumb wheels for an ABR-1 tuneomatic bridge

Condition: New

 

$75.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Kurogane-Scud Aged

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece studs

Condition: New

 

$85.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts Slant Mushroom Aged

Great reproduction of the Gibson 50′s tuner bushings, Set of 6, Historic size

Condition: New

 

$135.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts T-Bar59 Aged

Great reproduction of the late 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece

Condition: New

 

$135.00

Area 59 Hysteric Parts T-Bar59WA Aged

Great reproduction of the 50′s Gibson stop tailpiece as used on Les Paul Junior or Special with adjustable length screws

Condition: New

 

Minimum Advertised Price $3,639.00

Fender Custom Shop 1956 Relic Strat Active

Black, 10/56 V neck shape with a 9.5″ radius fingerboard and medium jumbo frets, Vintage Noiseless pickups and the Clapton mid boost electronics, 7.6 pounds, With Tweed case

Condition: New

 

$999.00

Fender EC Vibro-Champ

In a historic collaboration, Fender introduces its first artist signature amplifiers-EC Series amps bearing the name of legendary guitarist Eric Clapton.

 

Clapton recorded some of his biggest hits with a tweed Champ; a late 1950s practice amp and Fender classic prized by countless pros for its great low-output sound and easy-to-record performance. He still uses one today, and we’ve answered his call for a special model with several distinctive features by introducing the EC Vibro-Champ. Built to Clapton’s own exacting specifications and handmade in the United States, it’s a fascinating variation on the ’57 Champ designed with a ’50s-era output tube bias tremolo (which produced a more throbbing pulse than later Fender tremolo circuits) and a switchable power attenuator (reduces speaker output). It’s a must for Clapton fans and guitarists who want the ultimate in low-power tube performance.

 

Features include hand-wired all-tube circuitry on eyelet board with premium components; circuit based on late-’50s Fender Champ amp model 5F1 (about 5 watts); tremolo speed control and footswitch jack (footswitch optional); single 8” Weber® Signature speaker with alnico magnet for dynamic, sensitive response; Groove Tubes® 6V6GT output tube, two 12AX7 preamp tubes and 5Y3GT rectifier tube; Schumacher custom transformers; internal speaker disconnect (allows use of external 4-ohm speaker enclosure); finger-joined solid pine enclosure for warm, resonant tone; lacquered tweed covering with vintage-style brown/gold grille cloth and leather strap handle. Deluxe fitted cover included.

 

Click here for more information:

 

http://www.fender.com/products/clapton/index.php

Condition: New

 

$1,999.00

Fender EC Tremolux

In a historic collaboration, Fender introduces its first artist signature amplifiers-EC Series amps bearing the name of legendary guitarist Eric Clapton.

 

1950s-era Deluxe and Tremolux amps are prized for the warm, rich compressed tones of blues and early rock ‘n’ roll. Clapton often uses a Deluxe when playing traditional blues, and we’ve answered his call for a special model with several distinctive features by introducing the EC Tremolux amp. Built to Clapton’s own exacting specifications and handmade in the United States, it’s a fascinating variation on the ’57 Deluxe designed with a ’50s-era output tube bias tremolo (which produced a more throbbing pulse than later Fender tremolo circuits) and a switchable power attenuator (reduces speaker output). A pinnacle of personally inspired amp tone for stage and studio alike, it’s a must for Clapton fans and guitarists who want the ultimate in tube performance.

 

Features include hand-wired all-tube circuitry on eyelet board with premium components; circuit based on late-’50s Fender Deluxe amp model 5E3 (about 12 watts); single channel with high-gain and low-gain inputs; tremolo speed control and footswitch; fixed bias for increased headroom; single 12” Celestion® Heritage G12-65 speaker for increased high-gain playing definition; two Groove Tubes® 6V6GT output tubes, three 12AX7 preamp tubes and 5Y3GT rectifier tube; Mercury Magnetics custom transformers; internal speaker disconnect (allows use of external 8-ohm speaker enclosure); finger-joined solid pine enclosure for warm, resonant tone; lacquered tweed covering with vintage-style brown/gold grille cloth and leather strap handle. Deluxe fitted cover included.

 

Click here for more information:

 

http://www.fender.com/products/clapton/index.php

Condition: New

 

$129.00

TC Jauernig 1-800-Gain Distortion

The T Jauernig 1-800-Gain is Tim’s take on what the best of the JCM800s would sound like in a pedal form. The 1-800-Gain does that Brit thing with authority. From “woman tone” to flat out making your hair grow!

All T. Jauernig Electronics pedals are made by hand, one at a time, in the USA. There are no mass-produced products here, no outsourced pcb manufacturing or populating. When you purchase a Jauernig product, you’re purchasing a hand made instument of tone!

Condition: New

 

$229.00

TC Jauernig Gristle King Overdrive

Version 3

The Gristle King has been updated per the request of Greg Koch, for whom the DGTM and Gristle King were originally created. This new version now has more gain on tap than the previous versions, yet still cleans up incredibly well with your guitar volume control. The original version was geared towards single coil pickups, but Rev. 3 works equally well with single coils or humbuckers, which makes it a more universal and versatile pedal than ever before. The Tone control now has an increased range. The Phat control is Phatter than before. There is more output, or as we like to say “Gravy” that can be applied with this new version as well. The boost circuit and pre/post switch of the previous versions also remain intact. You say you want the boost before the overdrive, no problem. But wait, there are times when post may be the choice because you want a bump in volume for a lead, but not any more gain. No problem! As always, the boost and overdrive can be used together, or seperately, allowing for a range of tones unmatched by other overdrive pedals.

The finish of the pedals has been upgraded to powdercoat as standard, instead of the baked enamel of the previous versions. These pedals can take a beating on a pedal board, so Tim upgraded the finish. As always, the Gristle King is true bypass, and completely handmade.

All T. Jauernig Electronics pedals are made by hand, one at a time, in the USA. There are no mass-produced products here, no outsourced pcb manufacturing or populating. When you purchase a Jauernig product, you’re purchasing a hand made instument of tone!

Condition: New

 

   

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