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Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.
Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.

Used 3 pickup Duesenberg prototype with Bigsby. Pickups rewound by Monty Very cool.

Rare early Duesenberg with 3 Pickups all rewound by Matt Gleeson at the illustrious Montys pick ups. A Staggering amount of tonal variety with a great neck and and bigsby style trem that stays in tune . Happy Christmas.


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Used mint Duesenberg outlaw with Case
Used mint Duesenberg outlaw with CaseUsed mint Duesenberg outlaw with CaseUsed mint Duesenberg outlaw with CaseUsed mint Duesenberg outlaw with Case

Used mint Duesenberg outlaw with Case

If you are after a Doozy chances are this is the one you have seen most people play. The Starplayer TV is Duesenbergs best guitar and for a good reason; its stunning build quality and innovative German design makes this tremola loaded, semi-hollow, vintage inspired axe a dream to play.

Duesenberg Feel

The Starplayer TV guitar has a unique sound that you can't really get anywhere else. Part of this comes from its acoustic guitar inspired wood choice of a laminated spruce top with laminated flamed maple back and sides. This not only makes that guitar sound huge when unplugged but it also gives you a unique classic tone that works wonderfully for any clean or crunch tones. The neck is made out of a single piece of maple that is set into the body and carved to a classic 'D' shape. Finishing off the wood choices you have an Indian rosewood fingerboard keeping the playing slick and smooth.

Quality Tremola

If you have ever played a vintage guitar with a tremolo you will understand the tuning issues that plagued guitarists who dared to use them. Duesenberg were not happy giving you a guitar with a trem that was more pain that it was worth. So they went back to the drawing board and between this new trem and the Z-Tuners you will never have tuning issues again.

Iconic Doozy Pickups

When you see people playing a Duesenberg most of the time you will see them using a custom humbucker in the bridge with a P90 in the neck. These are the award winning Doozy pickups that you have seen everyone use for blues, rock and country. The Grand Vintage humbucker and Domino P90 make a perfect combination that will be very hard to beat for a wide range of different styles.

Most of the materials that go in to these pickups as well as most of the materials that goes in to the rest of the hardware Duesenberg source locally from only the finest German engineers to make sure that everything that goes into your guitar is top quality.
Specifications

Neck

Type: traditionally glued in
Wood: 1-piece maple
Width: 42,5 mm / 1.67" (nut), 52 mm / 2.05" (12th fret)
Thickness: 21 mm / 0.8" (1st fret), 24 mm / 0.95" (12th fret)
Shape: D
Fingerboard: indian rosewood
Radius: 30,5 mm / 12"
Inlays: pearloid dots
Frets: 22 jumbo 2,8 x 1,0 mm
Scale length: 650 mm / 25.6"
Trussrod: steel dual-action
Headstock: black veneer

Body

Type: Semi-acoustic with sustain block, bent sides, f-hole
Top: laminated spruce
Back, sides: laminated flamed maple
Size: 46 x 34 x 7 cm / 18.11" x 13.38" x 2.75"
Binding: cream
Pickguard: gold-sparkle (different materials on some special models)
Finish: PUR lacquer (polyester used on sparkle, pearl and pearloid tops). Back and sides trans-black, except on some special models (Classic, Rebound, Mike Campbell)

Hardware

Tuners: Duesenberg Z-Tuners, "Art Diego" buttons
Bridge: Duesenberg steel saddle bridge
Tailpiece: Aluminum stop tailpiece (non-trem models only)
Tremolo: Duesenberg Deluxe Tremola (trem models only)
Strap pins: Duesenberg standard
Hardware color: nickel
Strings: Duesenberg
Case: Included

Electrics

Pickup (neck): Duesenberg Domino P-90
Pickup (middle): -
Pickup (bridge): Duesenberg Grand Vintage Humbucker
Wiring: 1 volume, 1 tone, 3-way pickup selector


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Used Collings 290 in TV Yellow
Used Collings 290 in TV YellowUsed Collings 290 in TV YellowUsed Collings 290 in TV YellowUsed Collings 290 in TV Yellow

Used Collings 290 in TV Yellow

Used Collings 290 in TV yellow

Case - hardcase

Condition - vgc

Weight 7.2llbs

290 Named for the scenic 290 highway that winds past the Collings shop though the Texas Hill Country, the 290 is a modern day tribute to the original working man's rock'n roll guitar. A solid mahogany body and neck are complimented by two Lollar Soap Bar P90 pickups for a tone that shows off the amazing harmonic range and dynamics of this often
underrated configuration.

Specification

Construction Solid body single cutaway
Body Honduran mahogany
Neck Honduran mahogany
Body Binding None
Fingerboard Binding None
Peghead Binding None
Bridge Kluson ABR-1 (Nickel-plated Zinc)
Tailpiece Kluson Stop Tailpiece (nickel-plated zinc, steel studs)
Fingerboard Rosewood w/ ivoroid long dots (5mm non-tapered)
Pickups Lollar P90s
Pots/Caps CTS 500K/ Jupiter Vintage Yellow
Knobs Amber or black top hat
Pickup Rings Cream or black
Nut 1 11/16"
Scale Length 24 7/8"
Neck Joint Extra long mortise & tenon
Frets Medium 18% nickel-silver
Peghead Veneer Ebony w/ MOP Collings logo
Peghead Profile Haircut
Tuners Nickel Gotoh w/ Collings logo
Wiring 50s style
Fingerboard Radius 12"
Guitar Finish High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer
Pickguard Black/Cream/Black
Truss Rod Cover Black/Cream/Black with 290 logo
Strings D'Addario NYXL1149 (.011" - .049")
Case Deluxe Hardshell case by Ameritage


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Used Taylor Solid Body Custom
Used Taylor Solid Body CustomUsed Taylor Solid Body CustomUsed Taylor Solid Body CustomUsed Taylor Solid Body Custom

Used Taylor Solid Body Custom

Year of Manufacture - 14th Nov 2007

Serial Number -20071114924

Case - hardcase

Condition - vgc

Weight 7.7llbs

Taylor s SolidBody Custom

The Custom features a walnut burl veneered top
The neck is fixed to the headstock with a neatly cut finger joint
The Custom is the most expensive of Taylor's SolidBody line, and it seems to embody just about everything the series represents.

Design and construction

Appearing to be a sort of downsized Taylor T5 (the famed acoustic/electric hybrid guitar), it's the only one of the line with a rounded (Venetian) cutaway as opposed to the pointed (Florentine) design on the other two models. Taylor is genuinely unsure which it prefers - hence the duality. For the record, here at MusicRadar we prefer the look of the Custom's outline. There are currently no finish or features options for any of the guitars in the series, although some may be introduced in the future.

The body contouring is remarkably complex. The main structure is shaped from three pieces of sapele. It's cut on CNC and internally, heavily chambered - only the area under the pickups and bridge is left solid. The back is curved subtly in both planes and there's a rib-cage contour. The top, a thin, three-piece walnut burl-faced laminate is inset into the main body. There's a contrasting purfling strip around the edge of the top that gives the outline a slightly smaller line and allows a slight chamfer in the cutaway and a larger chamfer for forearm comfort. Again, the top is slightly curved, although it is far from having a traditional arched top.

In playing position the guitar looks much thinner than it is. Maximum depth is approximately 46mm in the body centre although the rim, on the bass side is nearer 30mm. But it's also tapered from bottom to top: 45mm by the bass strap button, around 35mm by the neck joint.

The neck is more standard Taylor fare: one-piece sapele for the main part and the headstock is joined with Taylor's finger-cut joint just visible under the brown colour applied to the neck back, body back and sides. By design it's very similar to the T5's neck, which is pretty similar to Taylor's standard acoustic necks - always renowned for their electric-like playability. The dimensions are quite mainstream (42.8mm at the nut, 53mm at the 12th; in depth we have 20.7mm at the first fret,
22.3mm at the 12th) and the neck- to-body joint, Taylor's T-Lock, is not only tight-fitting but very stable, and all achieved with just a single Allen key bolt.

The fingerboard is ebony and is bound with a black plastic strip and a thin 'micro purfling' contrasting line. The inlays are quite classy, but not overblown, split diamond mother-of-pearl. Fretting is immaculate from a medium wire. The radius, for an electric, is quite flat at Taylor's standard 15inches (381mm); more classic brands use a smaller. More contemporary brands do use a flatter radius, so it certainly gives the Custom a more modern and less vintage feel.

The scale length is 632mm (24.9inch), the same as the T5, a little longer than Gibson's nominal 628mm (24.75inch). The neck profile is again typically mainstream and very Taylor: a medium 'C' profile.

The back-angled headstock also sticks with safe Taylor territory. Here it's ebony faced with the same binding/purfling as the fingerboard. Only the rather generic-looking, big button tuners let it down. They feel a little spongy in use, although we rarely used them; this is one very stable guitar.

Hardware and electrics

At the other end of the string is a fantastic new Taylor bridge design, machined from acoustically resonant aluminium and all curved and contoured for a very sleek feel. The strings 'top mount' into the back of the individual 'shuttles' and emerge over a precise, lip-like break point. Individual intonation can be set via a small Allen key bolt just by the string anchor point, and the important thing is that the whole saddle moves, ensuring the same distance from anchor to break point wherever it's set. There is no individual height adjustment and the curve of the saddles is set at 12inches - the same geometry as on all Taylor guitars.

There are no visible screws. The bridge is actually inset into the top and held in place by a rear mounted metal plate that you can see, along with the height adjustment bolts, when you remove the back plate. This fixing firmly clamps the bridge to the body wood for, Taylor believes, maximum vibrational transfer.

If the bridge design was a serious job, the pickups - again developed by Taylor - were equally time intensive and apparently the start-point of the whole electric project. On the Custom these are Style 1 humbuckers with their mini humbucking-like chromed covers. They sit in chromed metal rings, with no polepiece adjustment, just standard height adjustment. Under the covers, however, we have what look like dual-rail single-coil-sized humbuckers. They pass to a five-way lever switch that gives us, according to Taylor's David Hosler: "Position one, full neck pickup; position two is the inside coils of both pickups in parallel - we have a north and a south polarity so we're still humbucking. Position three is full neck pickup and one coil of the bridge pickup. Position four is the two inside coils again but now in series and position five is the bridge humbucker. The least humbucking is position three."
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The control knobs, again chromed metal, mirror the vibe of the bridge design and even the side-mounted output jack is placed on an American-football shaped chromed metal plate. Removing the second back plate reveals some very tidy electronics; the five-way switch is mounted on a metal plate and connects to a small PCB, which also holds the plug-in connectors for the pickups. There's a small five-milliamp fuse clearly visible too, which Taylor say "will fry instead of you" if you fall foul of dodgy or unearthed wiring. If the fuse goes, the guitar will still play, but may be a little noisy.

Sounds

The Custom's tone has a slightly hollow characteristic yet there's focus to the sound and perhaps, of the three guitars in the series, this is the most definitive Taylor SolidBody sound.

If you're expecting big Gibson Les Paul/PRS Singlecut performance you'll be disappointed; it's not that the Custom can't produce rich bass response, typical of a single-cutaway guitar, but it also applies a slightly brighter and bell-like 'Fender' characteristic, again with that touch of hollowbody. Depending on your amp tone, the single-coil combinations sound quite Grestch-like and fifties.

That said, we wouldn't want you to think the Custom isn't capable of some raw rock-out voices, because it is. Up the gain and there's a tough abrasive character from the bridge pickup although we expected a little more width from the neck pickup.


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Used Greco Jap Import white les Paul
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Used Greco Jap Import white les Paul

Used 1988 greco Gibson Slayer.

Serial Number - 0 4276

Case - no case

Condition - vgc

Fantastic jap import guitar from the glory days in stunning condition. with guitar prices spiraling upwards then this i a great way in to a vintage gibson styled guitar without spending
a small fortune and it has to be said it looks great.


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Used Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman Pickups
Used Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman PickupsUsed Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman PickupsUsed Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman PickupsUsed Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman Pickups
Used Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman Pickups

Used Burns Legend Made in England with factory fitted Kinman Pickups

Year of Manufacture -1998

Serial Number -0439

Case - hardcase

Condition - mint

Weight 8lls

WHAT HANK SAYS.

"Some guitarists think of the USA as the only source of quality electric guitars, and for the most part they are correct. However, there are many of us who remember the superb range of guitars designed and made by BURNS GUITARS, a British company.

Way back in 1963, Jim Burns, the founder of the Company, worked closely with myself and Bruce Welch of The Shadows to design a guitar which would have the style, sound, and playability we required. Together we developed the 'BURNS MARVIN' a fine guitar, which I played on record, stage and screen from 1964 thru to 1970 when, unfortunately, my guitars were stolen, never to be seen again, well not by me!

I am delighted that BURNS GUITARS are still in the business of making quality instruments, and in particular the new 'BURNS MARVIN.'

Playing this new "Marvin" brings back a host of memories; such as the recording of "The Rise and Fall of Flingel Bunt", together with many other Shadows tracks I recorded with my BURNS.



Neck made from Canadian hard rock maple
Body made from selected American alder
REZ-O-TUBE™ tremolo system
Original Tortoise effect or vintage Mint Green Scratch-plates
3 Kinman pickups, h
Indian Rosewood or Canadian Maple Fingerboard
Master Volume Control
2 tone controls
Five-way pickup selector switch
Push/Pull pick up selector


The Burns Marvin Legend Guitar comes with its own unique hard case finished in a vintage Burns grey crocodile effect fabric. The inside is moulded to fit the guitar body and covered in a deep cushioned plush cloth.

Burns black Leather Strap
Burns leather pouch containing tool kit
Burns Cleaning Cloth
Comprehensive Instruction Manual
Warranty Card
Tags


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EX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62  bass Made in Germany
EX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62  bass Made in GermanyEX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62  bass Made in GermanyEX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62  bass Made in GermanyEX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62  bass Made in Germany

EX DEMO Hofner violin McCartney 62 bass Made in Germany

Hofner mersey Bass SHOP SOILED NEW STOCK

TINY DING

Paul dinged his too.

Generally regarded as The Beatles bass - the gorgeous deep neck 62 style Violin Bass .

The table is made from select german spruce - remember this is a totally hand made guitar from the Hofner factory . They have used fabulous hand picked maple in the body

Two-piece maple neck with original '62 deep neck dimensions for sustain and comfor

Of course - Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia) for the fingerboard

You get 22 Frets over a medium 760 mm scal

The Nut width is 42 mm

Amazing classic tines form the 2 Höfner H511B "staple humbucking" pickups

The the slightly confusing Höfner HA 2-B: Control panel with 2 volume controls, 2 on/off switches, rhythm/solo switch for volume boost

Antique brown nitro sunburst

and a vintage style case to keep it safe !


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Used Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAIN
Used Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAINUsed Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAINUsed Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAINUsed Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAIN

Used Duesenberg Paloma in Narvik lue with hardcase BARGAIN

Year of Manufacture -2017

Serial Number -170847

Case - hard case included

Condition - vgc

Weight 7llbs.8oz

Here's what the people at Duesenberg have to say about the Paloma

The Paloma is for those who seek ultimate flexibility. The three pickup layout featuring our Grand Vintage humbucker and two matched Duesenberg Singlecoils, Pearlito and AlnicoBlade, offer a wide variety of sounds for any situation. The four pickup combinations are accessible through our new 4-Way rotary switch. All of that is topped off by our premium Radiator Tremola, deluxe diamond fretboard inlays and a beautifully shaped body contour. It will be available in Red-Sparkle and Narvic Blue.
Specifications

Maple neck
Rosewood fretboard with diamond inlays
647mm scale
42mm nut width
22 jumbo frets
Dual-action truss rod
Grand Vintage Humbucker
2x Singlecoil (Pearlito and AlnicoBlade)
4 Way Switch
Radiator Tremolo Arm
Nickel pickguard
Does not include case


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Used Nitro Refin 1984 Tokai strat
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Used Nitro Refin 1984 Tokai strat

Used Nitro Refin 1984 Tokai strat

Year of Manufacture -1984

Serial Number - lO3886

Case -Gig Bag

Condition - Great

Weight - 7lbs 2oz

Refinished In nitro Daphne Blue an refretted with vintage frets this guitar gets really close to the custom shop vibe at a very reasonable price . very cool

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Used Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew Scrimshaw
Used Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew ScrimshawUsed Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew ScrimshawUsed Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew ScrimshawUsed Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew Scrimshaw
Used Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew Scrimshaw

Used Gretsch Synchromatic 1958 with floating neck pick up Refretted by Andrew Scrimshaw

Year of Manufacture -1958

Serial Number - 11197

Case -gig bag

Condition - really good

Weight - 6lbs 4oz

Really sturdy vintage archtop with great Fret job by Andrew Scrimhaw. From Jazz to Skiffle it handles it all and behaves exactly how you would hope a vintage guitar would.

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Used Rickenbacker 370 12 string in Midnight Blue
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Used Rickenbacker 370 12 string in Midnight Blue

Used Rickenbacker 370 12 string in Midnight Blue

Year of Manufacture -2010

Case -original hard case

Condition - Mint, still has sticker on scratch plate

Weight -7 lbs 9oz

Awesome Rikenbacker 12 string in very cool midnight Blue. Great jangle and the neck is not too thin.



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Used Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul Guitar
Used Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul GuitarUsed Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul GuitarUsed Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul GuitarUsed Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul Guitar

Used Ibanez Art pro 200 les paul Guitar


Serial Number - S11071828

Case -hardcase available at an extra £50

Condition - Great Condition

Weight - 7bs 10oz

Great les paul style rocker . Come on!

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