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Available in 2 Tone Sunburst and Black, Made in Mexico, Built to look, sound and feel like it’s got more than just a few miles on it, Alder body, Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, Tex Mex pickups, Soft V shaped Maple neck with a 7.25” radius fingerboard and Dunlop 6105 frets, Vintage style synchronized tremolo, With gig bag
Was: $1,098.00 Minimum Advertised Price $799.00
Natural, Grand Auditorium body size, Solid Sitka Spruce top, X bracing, Laminated Indian Rosewood back and sides, Ebony fingerboard on a Sapele neck, 25.5” scale length, With gig bag
- Meticulously faithful reproduction of Jimi’s 1969-70 Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face.
- Built around the toneful BC108 silicon transistor. Carefully matched to the original specs.
- Analog bucket brigade technology.
- High and Low filter cut controls for detailed tone sculpting.
- Two outputs for a wide and sweeping stereo spread.
Minimum Advertised Price $22.99
Gibson historic pointer washers in nickel.
The Mustang II is a 40 watt closed back combo with a 12” Special Design speaker that sounds great and pumps serious volume. It contains 24 highly accurate onboard amp presets with tones from vintage Fender sparkle to outrageous Modern Metal Distortion, and a bank of 24 built in effects including Chorus, Flanging, Phasing, Tremolo, Vibratone, Step Filter, Reverb, Echo, Octaver and more — 12 modulation effects and 12 Delay and Reverb effects in all. It’s great for practice and jam sessions, and an 1/8” headphone jack lets you play loud, even if only for yourself. Further, connect the Mustang II to your computer with free Fender FUSE software. Open up a world of possibilities, including on screen parameter control, deep editing, additional effects, unlimited preset storage, online preset swapping with the Fender FUSE community, and free Fender artist presets. An optional single button footswitch controls two quick access presets.
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Ruby Red, With hardshell case
Hand crafted in Woodinville, Washington. Slim Cutaway body size, All graphite “unidirectional” carbon top, Graphite composite back and sides, No soundboard bracing, Single piece graphite composite 12 fret neck, 24.875” scale length, 1.75” width at the nut, With the Fishman Prefix Plus T electronics and hardshell case
ECT is the result of my wish to rectify a few issues I’ve had with other fuzz boxes, notably a mid scoop. “But Old Pal Aen, some times I need to scoop teh midz for my metal tonez!”
While I can’t say that I ever find that useful, ECT will do that as well. When stomping on the “BYPASS” switch, you will be in familiar fuzzbox territory. Volume, Tone, and Distortion are all active, as well as the “TIMEWARP” toggle, which flips between the traditional hi-fi type sound and a more blunted, ummm, stoner-rocky type sound. (A note: if your amp has a lot of treble rolled off, you may not hear much difference between the time warp positions. Because you have your amp set up wrong.)
“TONEBLAST” bypasses the tone control, giving you more mids and a bunch more volume. At any time, you can tap the “feedback” stomper to trigger a momentary integrated feedback loop, because I like noise, so back off, it’s cool.
“Trim” allows you to roll back your input signal, incase of muddiness caused by hotter pickups.
This has the most bass (well, it’s a tie with Hair of the Dog) of any DC Device. It is amazing on bass guitar.
- Designed after Eric’s personal prized Fuzz Faces
- Custom vintage-style hammertone finish
Custom reproduction ’68-’69 knobs
Minimum Advertised Price $74.99
Historic Non-Wire ABR-1 Bridge in Nickel for Custom Shop Gibson guitars.
The Blues Junior is a 15 watt, warm toned, long time favorite, the perfect grab and go tube amp for the stage or studio. It’s got the fat mid tone characteristics of an EL84 output tube section, warm 12AX7 preamp tube overdrive, real spring reverb, a simple control layout, and a footswitchable FAT boost. New features include an easier to read black control panel, Rattle reducing shock absorbers for the output tubes, the “Sparkle” mod, and a super sensitive Fender Design 12” “Lightning Bolt” speaker by Eminence
8.2 pounds! $3,079.00
Whale Blue, One piece Artist Grade top, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard and headstock overlay, Wide/Fat neck carve, Paua Bird inlays and headstock logo, Gold hardware, Adjustable bridge, SC-250 pickups, With the Artist Leather hardshell case
Was: $3,200.00 Minimum Advertised Price $2,250.00
Deep Burgundy Stain, Still reverberating throughout Shea Stadium, one of the most recognizable ’60s pop icons returns! With its vintage HiLo’Tron™ pickups, “rocking” bar bridge, Gretsch by Bigsby® B6C vibrato tailpiece and simulated f-holes, the thinline G6119-1962HT Chet Atkins Tennesse Rose is complete, With hardshell case
The perfect recreation of the ’59 Bassman! The Victoria capacitors are designed specifically to sound like a slightly degraded 40 year old cap. This is one complex, detailed, and dynamic amplifier that responds to pick attack like no other amp. 45 watts of power, 5F6-A type circuit, Class A-B adjustable fixed bias push/pull operation, 1-GZ34, 2-5881, 2-12AX7, and 1-12AY7 tube configuration, and 4 Jensen P10R speakers
Was: $1,099.00 Minimum Advertised Price $799.00
Natural, D-14 Fret Cutaway body size, Solid Sitka Spruce top, Hybrid X scalloped bracing, Koa pattern HPL textured finish back and sides, Performing Artist profile neck shape, Black Richlite fingerboard on a Brown Stratabond neck, 25.4″ scale length, 1 3/4” width at the nut, With the Fishman F1 Aura pickup system, Case not included
Square output jack cover in creme.
Was: $4,378.00 Minimum Advertised Price $3,352.00
Optional Tobacco Sunburst finish, Grand Auditorium body size, Sitka Spruce top, CV bracing pattern with Relief Rout, Three Ring Abalone Rosette, Indian Rosewood back and sides, Curly Maple binding, Ebony fingerboard with the 800 series inlay on a Tropical Mahogany neck, 25.5” scale length, 1 3/4” width at the nut, With the Expression system and hardshell case
The original Dwarfcraft Device! and still a superstar! 3 squarewave oscillators a-bumpin-and-a-grindin to your hearts content. With an independent mix knob for each little voice on board. It’ll sing, it’ll scream, it’ll fight with itself. You don’t play it, you play with it.
The new Hot Rod Deluxe III is a 40 watt single 12 combo, the world standard for gigging guitarists everywhere. It has the bottom and headroom characteristics of 6L6 tubes and a versatile all 12AX7 preamp, luscious Fender spring reverb, effects loop, and more. New features include an easier to read black control panel, new badge logo, new footswitch, Graduated volume and treble pot tapers, a “thighter” overdrive, and a Celestion G12P-80 speaker
Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore with Fender Jazzmasters slung across seminal shoulders. In the hands of both men, the sound of Sonic Youth is the sound of that guitar used as part paintbrush and part cluster bomb. If anybody ought to have a signature Jazzmaster model, it’s those two guys. Here are the details: Sapphire Blue Transparent, Alder body, Satin Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, C shaped Maple neck with a 7.25” radius Rosewood fingerboard and vintage size frets, Fender Wide Range humbucking bridge and neck pickups, American Vintage Jazzmaster tremolo with the Mustang bridge and lock button, With hardshell case
Historic Toggle Switch Washer in creme
The new Hot Rod DeVille 212 III is a 60 watt combo with the classic 2 x 12 speaker configuration borrowed from the legendary Twin Reverb amp, the bottom end headroom characteristics of 6L6 tubes and a versatile all 12AX7 tube preamp, with amazing clean and overdriven tones, luscious Fender spring reverb, effects loop, and more. New features include an easier to read black control panel, new badge logo, new footswitch, Graduated volume and treble pot tapers, and two Celestion G12P-80 speakers
8.8 pounds! $2,995.00
Faded Tobacco Burst, Custom Shop/Historic Collection, Lightly figured top, VOS specs, With the certificate and hardshell case, EC+
Was: $2,258.00 Minimum Advertised Price $1,699.00
Natural, Grand Concert body size, Sitka Spruce top, Standard II forward shifted pattern bracing with Relief Rout, Sapele back and sides, Ebony fingerboard on a Tropical American Mahogany neck, 24 7/8” scale length, With the Expression system and hardshell case
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