2003 Dell Arte Minor Swing Gypsy Jazz acoustic-electric guitar handmade by John Kinnard in San Diego, CA. This is a stunning guitar and plays very well. It is light, loud, and very easy to play. It features a factory pickup. A unique bridge and tailpiece give it its own character. It weighs just 4.01 pounds. This 14-fret Gypsy features 21 frets and has a 26.5" scale length. It has a zero-fret and a 1.75" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.853" at the first fret and 0.888" at the 9th fret. String height is currently set to 1.8mm at the 12th fret of the low-E string.

This guitar is in overall good condition with no major issues. It has typical wear from many years of playing. There are small dings throughout, with some light checking in a couple spots. All body binding looks good. The back has a small area of light worming and a couple scuffs. There is one 3" hairline in the lower side bout but looks stable. The back of the neck has some wedding ring dings throughout. The ebony fingerboard looks great with only a hint of fingerwear. Some clear coat on the edge of the fingerboard has peeled off. The frets have a lot of life left with some typical fretwear under the B string on the first few frets. There is no buzzing anywhere with low action. The headstock is in good shape but has a lot of scuffs around the edges. The truss rod works great. The tuners hold a tune perfectly. The built-in pickup sounds very nice with zero issues.

Includes a non-original hardshell case in overall good condition. all latches work, as does the handle. There a lots of stickers all over the exterior of the case. The interior of the case is very clean. Does not include any other accessories.

John Kinnard (Dell' Arte Guitars)

For over 30 years, John S. Kinnard has been handcrafting stringed instruments. He performs all the work on his handmade guitars himself, and he designs and builds each instrument with precision and care. His reputation is built on an extraordinary pride in workmanship which is found in every guitar he creates.

Known primarily as the master luthier behind the Dell' Arte Instruments brand, John Kinnard also offers his personal line of guitars made with the same superior quality and attention to detail that his clients from around the world have come to expect.

What is Gypsy Jazz?

Gypsy jazz (also known as gypsy swing or hot club jazz) is a style of jazz music started by guitarist Jean "Django" Reinhardt in the 1930s. Because its origins are largely in France it is often called by the French name, "Jazz manouche," or alternatively, "manouche jazz".
SKU 082720001

1960 Fender Duo-Sonic with a Desert Sand finish. This Pre-CBS Fender is all original except for the upgraded vintage pickups, pickup switch, and threaded saddles. Everything else is original, including the potentiometers and tuners. This is a great playing short-scale guitar that is setup perfectly. It's extremely easy to play and sounds wonderful. It weighs just 6.45 pounds. It has a 22.5" scale length and a 1.53" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.824" at the 1st fret and 0.987 at the 12th fret.

This 60-year-old guitar is in overall good condition with no major issues. The neck is in outstanding condition with only minor visible wear. The back of the neck is clean, glossy, and smooth with only a couple fingernail marks. The rosewood fingerboard looks great with no signs of ever drying out, and there are no noticeable finger marks. The original vintage-sized frets have some fretwear throughout but still has a good amount of life left, with no buzzing anywhere on the neck with good string action. The original nut is in very good condition with no issues. The headstock has no major wear, just a couple marks here and there. The "Duo" lettering on the waterslide has faded a little. The original tuners work perfectly and hold a tune without issue. The truss rod has been tested and works. The guitar's body still has the original Desert Sand finish but has had some amateur touchups done by the original owner, including some wood filler on the back and pickup cavity, along with some poorly matched paint in a couple spots. Other than that, there's just pretty typical checking, dings, and scuffs throughout, mostly around the edges of the body. The pickups were replaced with vintage DiMarzio pickups many decades ago, and the pickup selector was replaced with a Gibson switchcraft pickup switch. Both potentiometers date to 1960 and have zero issues or scratchiness. The bridge is original and in excellent condition. The saddles were upgraded to threaded saddles for perfect string spacing.

Includes the original hardshell case is in good working condition. All latches work. The handle has been replaced with a phone cord but works well. The exterior of the case has typical wear. The interior of the case is good but has some of edges of the material is coming loose.


The Duo-Sonic and its single-pickup counterpart, the Musicmaster were released in 1956 as Fender's first student level guitars. These models featured a small body shape, shorter scale length, and a lower price-point than other guitars in the Fender catalog. In late 1959, the Duo-Sonic's pickguard was switched from aluminum to plastic along with the introduction of a Rosewood fingerboard. In 1964, the body style was switched to be more similar to the Mustang. This year also brought the Duo-Sonic II which featured a longer 24-inch scale length.
Body Style: Offset solidbody
Years of Production: 1956 - 1969

SKU 072420001

1965 Supro S6422TR Tremo-Verb Combo Tube Amp in outstanding condition. It is all original and everything works perfectly. This is a glorious sounding low-watt 1x10" combo that is packed with features for its size. It has both Reverb and Tremolo, which is rare to see in a 5W amp. The Reverb and Tremolo are each individually foot-switchable. If you ever wanted a Fender Princeton Reverb Blackface but thought it was too loud to get good breakup, this is the amp for you.

This amp is in fantastic condition for its age. There is very little wear to note. The Blue Rhino Hide tolex looks great. The handle works perfectly. All knobs work and the majority of letting is visible. The reverb and tremolo both sound good with no issues. The original Supro-branded Jensen C10R speaker dates to 1965. All electronics are original and date to 1965, including the power transformer and all potentiometers. The power switch was replaced with a rotary on/off. The 6V6 main output and 12AX7 pre-amp tubes have just been replaced.

Includes a footswitch and a Fender slipcover.

SKU 072320001

2007 PRS Custom 22 with a stunning 10-Top Quilted Tortoise Shell finish and gold hardware. This is a beautiful guitar that plays great with a ton of tonal versatility. It is extremely lightweight, weighing in at just 6.60 pounds. It has a 25" scale length and the neck thickness measures 0.893" at the 1st fret and 0.973" at the 12th fret.

This gorgeous guitar is in excellent condition for its era with very little visible wear. It has spent most of its life in its case. There's just a small amount of handling wear here and there, and otherwise looks in almost-new condition. There's less wear on this guitar than anything hanging on the wall at your local music store. There is only a couple light surface marks that show up under intense direct lighting. The frets are in great condition with a hint of fretwear on the first few frets. The locking tuners work perfectly. Everything is original with zero modifications, and everything works perfectly with zero issues.

Includes the original hardshell case in excellent overall condition. The exterior has a few typical scuffs from storage. The interior looks good with no issues. All latches work, as does the handle. Includes the original signed hang tag Certificate of Authenticity and cavity control plate signed by Paul Reed Smith.


Pickup Switch Positions:

  • Position 10: Humbucking treble (bridge) pickup alone
  • Position 9: Outside coils of both pickups in parallel for what PRS calls a “deep and clear” sound
  • Position 8: Series single coils – PRS describes this as a “warm version of the classic in-between the bridge and middle pickups”
  • Position 7: Parallel single coils – Here PRS describes the sound as a “crisp version of the in-between the treble and middle pickups”
  • Position 6: Humbucking bass (neck) pickup alone


Model: Custom 22
Top Wood: Maple
Frets: 22
Top Spec: Quilted Maple
Top Grade: Ten Top
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Carve: Pattern (Wide/Fat)
Fingerboard Wood: East Indian Rosewood
Inlay: Original Solid Birds (pre-2008)
Bridge: Straight Stoptail
Color: Tortoise Shell
Hardware: Gold
Treble Pickup: Dragon 2
Bass Pickup: Dragon 2
Electronics: 5-Way Rotary
SKU 092420001

2005 Heritage H-535 Classic Semi-Hollow electric guitar with an Antique Natural finish. Heritage Guitars makes stunning guitars and this one is no exception. These guitars are made by former Gibson employees at Gibson's Kalamazoo plant, where they carry on the tradition of making the finest instruments. Many say that Heritage builds their guitars truer to the originals than even Gibson nowadays. This H-535 is all original and plays great. Everything works as it should and it has just been perfectly setup. The original Seymour Duncan '59 PAF humbuckers sound amazing. It weighs just 7.69 pounds, which is on the lighter side for this style of guitar. It has a standard 1-11/16" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.800" at the 1st fret and 0.963" at the 12th fret.

This Semi-Hollow is in overall good condition with normal playwear throughout. There are no cracks or repairs of any kind. There's a couple small dings in the top, and pick marks that show up under direct lighting. All hardware looks immaculate. The body's binding looks good with no unusual discoloration. The back of the body shows some light worming, but nothing major. The back of the neck has just a couple wedding ring dings and there's one finish checking line by the headstock. The rosewood fingerboard looks good with no noticeable wear. The frets have some usual fretwear. All frets have been polished and there is zero buzzing anywhere. The headstock has some scuffing around the edges. The truss rod works and the neck is straight. It does not include the truss rod cover. The tuners work perfectly. All electronics are original and work perfectly with no issues. The pickguard is missing and is not included.

Includes the original hardshell case. All latches work, as does the handle. The exterior of the case has a lot of wear and has been taped up around the edges. The interior of the case looks good. Does not include any other accessories.

Take a Trip Back to Late-'50s Tone

Paying homage to their '50s legacy, the Heritage Guitar H-535 semi-hollowbody electric guitar delivers timeless PAF-pickup tone that any guitarist will appreciate. Evoking the vibe of a late-'50s semi-hollowbody, a pair of Seymour Duncan humbucking pickups deliver definitive tone that excels for rock, jazz, and country. To match its sweet sound, the H-535 semi-hollowbody offers comfortable and fluid playability thanks to its genuine mahogany neck with Heritage Guitar's Standard neck profile. Boasting premium components and some of the best craftsmanship in the busniess, you'll find a lifetime of musical enjoyment in the Heritage Guitar H-535 semi-hollowbody guitar.

Pure vintage PAF tone

The Heritage Guitar Standard H-535 semi-hollowbody is fitted with a neck and bridge set of Seymour Duncan '59 humbuckers. Many guitarists choose these pickups for a variety of musical applications. These incredibly versatile pickups deliver sweet, old-school tone at the bridge and a warm, full-bodied sound with great sustain at the neck. Perfect for rock, blues and more.

Covers a vast sonic range

With the Heritage Guitar Standard H-535, you've got the sonic versatility you need to handle practically any musical style. It's equipped with a three-way pickup selector, and individual volume and tone controls for each pickup. Fine-tune the volume and tone of each pickup so that they sound perfect blended together, or dial them in separately for two completely distinct tones when used on their own. Whether you prefer to set-and-forget your guitar's volume and tone controls, or are constantly working them during a performance, the Heritage Guitar H-535 won't disappoint.

A tradition of quality handcrafted guitars

For 68 years, 225 Parsons Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan was home to one of America's premier guitar manufacturers. In 1984, the company moved its operations. The next year, desiring to carry on the tradition of handcrafting electric guitars in Kalamazoo, three former senior employees with a combined 84 years of guitar-building experience founded Heritage Guitar Inc., buying space and much of the original equipment in the iconic factory. Since then, Heritage Guitar has established its own tradition of quality by handcrafting guitars with flawless playability, tone, and visual appeal.

Heritage Guitar Standard H-535 Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • Handcrafted semi-hollowbody guitar, built in Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Traditionally constructed semi-hollowbody is well suited for rock, jazz, and country
  • Seymour Duncan humbuckers re-create the magic of original PAF pickups
  • Mahogany neck for enhanced resonance and sonic depth
SKU 062820002

Brand New 2019 Eastwood Sidejack Pro JM Bass Guitar with a Natural finish. This is in new unplayed condition and was just removed from the box to photograph. It weighs 9.21 pounds. The neck thickness measures 0.844" at the 1st fret and 1.031" at the 12th fret. Does not include a case or any accessories.

Eastwood Sidejack Pro JM Bass - Natural

Meet our first four-string addition to the Sidejack Pro Series, the Pro JM Bass! Our tribute to the original Mosrite Joe Maphis model, it follows the Sidejack Pro model in staying true to the original Mosrite aesthetics, but with our chunkier (F-style) C-profiled neck to make you feel instantly at home. 

Many have lusted after a vintage Mosrite, but then you play one and you either love it or hate it. The super skinny frets, the flat fretboard, the ultra narrow neck - try to hit a note and bend it, see what happens... they are definitely an acquired taste. So we thought - ‘why not make something that captures the same vibe, but has a much more familiar playability?

Our Sidejack Pro Series is the culmination of 15 years development and experience with our regular Sidejack Series, all of our passion and knowledge of Mosrite guitars, and all of our know-how of modern manufacturing techniques.

The Sidejack Pro JM merges Mosrite-influenced detailing with Fender©-style playability.

Features & Specs 

    • Body: Tone-Chambered Alder with German carve top
    • Finishes: Natural
    • Pickups: 'Eastwood of Canada' Custom M-90 x2
    • Switching: 3-Way
    • Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone ('Eastwood of Canada' Custom knobs)
    • Bridge: 'Eastwood of Canada' Custom
    • Neck: Bound Maple, Satin finish, Bolt-On Neck, 'Eastwood of Canada' Peanut neck plate
    • Neck Profile: Mid C Shape
    • Neck Radius: 10"
    • Fingerboard: Pau Ferro, Bound, '2-3-1' Dot Markers
    • Scale Length: 30 1/2"(775mm)
    • Frets: Medium Jumbo
    • Nut: Custom Graphite, 1 5/8" width
    • Tuners: Nickel Button Kluson-style
    • Hardware: Nickel/Chrome
SKU 062720001

1992 Ibanez PS10 Iceman Limited Edition Reissue Electric Guitar. This is in overall great condition and everything works perfectly. The build quality on this is outstanding, and Ibanez spared no expense in building these very first Paul Stanley reissues. It weighs just 7.87 pounds and has a 1.736" nut width. It has a 24.75" scale length. The neck thickness measures 0.799" at the 1st fret and 0.947" at the 12th fret.

For such an old guitar, there is little actual playwear. This is a very glossy black guitar so swirls and pickmarks will show up under direct lighting. There's a few dings throughout but nothing major. There is a small paint blemish on the lower horn. All hardware looks fantastic with no patina showing. The body's binding has some slight discoloration. The back of the body has some light worming, and a couple small checking marks. The control cavity cover has been replaced with a clear plastic cover. The back of the neck is very clean and smooth with no blemishes to note. The dark rosewood fingerboard looks outstanding. There's just a hint of fretwear on the first couple frets, otherwise the jumbo frets look new and have just been polished to a bright shine. The headstock is in great shape with no blemishes. The truss rod works and the neck is straight. The tuners work perfectly. All electronics are original with zero issues.

Includes the original hardshell case in overall good condition. However, the middle lock does not latch. The two outside latches work fine, as does the handle. The exterior of the case has typical scuffs and wear from storage. The interior of the case looks fantastic for its age. Does not include the original mirror pickguard or any accessories.

Ibanez PS10 Iceman Limited Reissue 1992 Black

The PS10R is a solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1992. It is a signature model of guitarist Paul Stanley of the American hard rock band KISS. The PS10R is also referred to in some cases as the IC1000 or perhaps the IC500.

The PS10R features a mahogany body with a maple top with a set-in maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard with block inlays. The body has a multi-layer binding with abalone center which extends to the headstock. Components include a fixed bridge with decorative tailpiece and dual Ibanez Vintage humbucking pickups with individual volume controls. It has a chrome pickguard and clear truss rod cover printed with "PS10 Limited Reissue".

The PS10R was released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of KISS. It is a reissue of Stanley's original PS10 from the late 70s. It is believed that just over 500 (perhaps 511) PS10Rs were produced. Of these, 200 were earmarked for the US market and these have an inlay at the 21st fret which reads "20th Anniversary". The remaining examples which primarily went to Japan and Europe have "Limited Reissue" inlays instead. All PS10Rs also have a number stamped at the 22nd fret which is perhaps a production number, although that is unclear.

The PS10R was a spot model which never appeared in any Ibanez catalog. However, a couple of years later followed the PS10II, PS10LTD and PS10CL models which had full production runs.


Specifications for PS10R
Model name: PS10R / IC1000 / IC500
Year(s) produced: 1992–1993
Sold in: Worldwide
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): BK (Black)
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Mahogany w/ maple top w/ binding
Neck joint:
Gibraltar II fixed w/ sustain block
Quik Change II
Hardware color:
Neck type:
Neck material:
3-piece maple
Fingerboard material:
Rosewood w/ binding
Fingerboard inlays:
Pearl/ abalone block
Sold in USA: "20th Anniversary" at 21st fret
Sold outside USA: "Limited Reissue" at 21st fret
22 / jumbo
Pickup configuration:
Bridge pickup:
Ibanez V2 (H)
Neck pickup:
Ibanez V1 (H)
2 volume / 1 tone / 3-way toggle

SKU 062620003

1978 Gibson Les Paul Standard with a Red Wine finish. This vintage guitar is all original except for the upgraded tuners and locking stopbar. The original electronics and pickups sound amazing, and the guitar plays great with zero issues. It weighs just 9.80 pounds, which is on the lighter side for this era. The neck thickness measures 0.822" at the 1st fret and 1.009" at the 12th fret.

This '78 Les Paul is in great condition considering its age. There is playwear, but nothing abnormal. The top's clear coat has the usual swirls and scuffs. There are a few tiny dings throughout. The body's binding has no unusual discoloration, just some checking. The finish on the back has worn down to the wood in one spot, but it actually gives it a cool look. There's also some very light worming. The neck's finish has also been worn down around the edges, giving it an almost orange hue to it. The back of the neck is overall very smooth with nothing that can be felt while playing. The rosewood fingerboard looks like it's nearly new and is in fantastic condition. The original vintage-sized frets are getting a bit low with some normal fretwear showing, but nothing that affects playability. There is enough fretlife left for a dressing. All frets have been polished to a bright shine and the guitar has been setup with good action and no buzzing. All fret binding nubs are intact. The original nut is in good shape. The headstock has just some light scuffing around the edges. The tuners were upgraded to newer Grovers. The truss rod works and the neck is straight. The stopbar was upgraded to a Gotoh TonePros locking stopbar. The original pickups have some light patina on the covers. All electronics are original, all potentiometers date to 1978, and all solder joints are untouched.

Includes a newer non-original Gibson hardshell case that fits the guitar perfectly. The exterior of the case has some normal scuffing throughout from being in storage. All latches work, as does the handle. The interior of the case is in perfect condition and it still smells brand new. Does not include a pickguard or any other accessories.

SKU 062620001

2019 Martin D-16E Mahogany Acoustic-Electric guitar in mint condition. There is zero visible wear on this guitar and is in brand new condition. Includes the original soft gig bag and original paperwork.


This Martin 16 Series dreadnought acoustic-electric is crafted with satin-finished mahogany back and sides for a big sound with punchy mid-range and bright treble response. It includes a Sitka spruce gloss top for balanced tone and projection and a high-performance neck taper for ease of playability up and down the fretboard. The Martin D-16E comes equipped with Fishman Matrix VT Enhance NT2 electronics.


  • Satin-finished mahogany back and sides, Sitka spruce gloss top
  • High-performance neck taper
  • Fishman Matrix VT Enhance NT2 electronics


Body Size:

D-14 Fret (000 Depth)

Finish Top:



Simple Dovetail Neck Joint

Back & Side Finish:


Bracing Pattern:

Forward-Shifted X-Brace

Scale Length:


Brace Shape:


Fingerboard Width At Nut:

1 3/4''

Top Material:

Sitka Spruce

Neck Shape:

Modified Low Oval

Back Material:


Neck Taper:

High-Performance Taper

Side Material:



Fishman Matrix VT Enhance NT2

SKU 061720002

1978 Music Man Sabre II electric guitar with a beautiful Silver Metal Flake refinish. The refinish is a high-end professional job and it was done extremely well. Everything is original except the two passive/split toggle switches have been replaced with a single 20db booster switch. All potentiometers and pickups are original and sound fantastic. This guitar weighs 9.53 pounds and has a 1.60" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.797" at the 1st fret and 0.907" at the 12th fret. It has a 25.5" scale length.

This vintage guitar is in overall excellent condition. The refinish looks outstanding with no visible wear. The original black pickguard has some faint pickmarks. The chrome hardware all looks great with minimal patina. The top of the body has 4 tiny holes near the bottom strap button. The back of the body shows no worming or any scuffing. The back of the neck is clean and smooth with only a few tiny fingernail marks. The maple fingerboard has some fingerwear that give it a great vintage vibe. None of fingerboard can be felt, so it's just cosmetic. The original frets are low but have recently been dressed and just polished. The action is low without any noticeable buzzing, so the playability is still excellent. The neck is straight and the truss rod works. The nut is in great shape. No issues with the headstock The original tuners work perfectly. All electronics work with zero issues.

Includes a non-original flight case in good condition. Both latches work, as does the handle. The exterior of the case has typical scuffing.


The Music Man Sabre II was produced during the same period as the Sabre I but featured a rounder fingerboard.
Years of Production: 1978 - 1982

SKU 061720001

2008 Gibson Les Paul BFG electric guitar. It is all original except for the added plastics that weren't included from the factory, and the top has a single thin layer of flat black finish added to complete the woodshop look. The original P-90 and Burstbucker 3 pickups sound outstanding. Other than a tiny chip in the top corner on top of the headstock, this guitar is in near-mint condition with almost no actual wear. There is zero fretwear, and all the wear on the hardware is from the factory relic distressing. The body also has factory distressing throughout. This guitar weighs just 7.78 pounds. The neck thickness measures 0.841" at the 1st fret and 0.995" at the 12th fret.

Includes the original distressed hardshell case in near-mint condition with no issues. Does not include any accessories, paperwork, or case candy.


Stripped down and ready for action!

A decidedly nontraditional Les Paul for rockers who want a Les Paul with attitude and don't care about good looks. It has the sound and playability you'd expect from a Les Paul, while its raw look stands Les Paul styling on its head: unsanded top, no binding, no pickup rings, no truss rod cover, no toggle switch rings, no fretboard position indicators (dots on the side only), with wooden knobs that have no numbers. This rough and tough guitar has sonics to match: steamy hot tones from the novel pickup combination of a single coil P-90 in the neck and a BurstBucker 3 in the bridge - like having a Les Paul Special and a Standard in one guitar.
Mini toggle pickup selection switch located near two volume and one master tone controls. Kill switch located where rhythm/lead switch used to be. "Distressed" stop bar, Tune-o-matic bridge, and Grovers complete the raw look of this very different looking Les Paul.

  • Unsanded carved maple top
  • Mahogany back
  • 1950s rounded mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Scale length: 24-3/4"
  • Number of frets: 22
  • Nut width: 1.695"
  • Inlays: white side dots only
  • Hardware: distressed black chrome
  • Tailpiece: stopbar (distressed)
  • Bridge: Tune-o-matic
  • Knobs: two wooden volumes, one wooden tone
  • Tuners: Grover (distressed)
  • Neck pickup: P-90
  • Bridge pickup: Zebra BurstBucker 3
  • Controls: 2 volume, 1 tone, 3-way switch
  • Kill switch toggle
  • See-through wiring covers in back
  • Case: shopworn Les Paul

The Les Paul BFG came out in 2007 with a distinct set of visual details including cracked finishes and wooden knobs. This guitar also features a P-90 in the neck position to go along with the humbucker in the bridge position.
Body Style: Single cutaway solidbody
Years of Production: 
2007 - 2008

SKU 061220001

2000 Modulus Genesis GVJ4 Active Jazz Bass with a Sage Green Metallic finish. This beautiful bass is 100% all-original with zero modifications or issues and it plays great! The craftsmanship is outstanding and is as good as any Fender Custom Shop bass. It is loaded with features. It has Modulus' hybrid maple neck with graphite spine and headstock, Bartolini 9J4 split-coil hum and noise cancelling pickups, and an Aguilar OBP-1 18-volt 2-band preamp with two volume controls. The body is Alder and It weighs just 9.79 pounds. It has a 1.50" nut width and 34" scale length. The neck thickness measures 0.809" at the 1st fret and 0.877" at the 12th fret.

This bass is in excellent condition for being 20 years old. It has just typical wear from a few years of playing and a couple tiny dings here and there. The finish still shines bright as if it were new. All hardware looks great and is very clean. The back of the neck has virtually no wear or marks to note. The chechen fingerboard looks practically new. The frets have no visible fretwear and have just been polished. The headstock is blemish-free and the tuners work perfectly. All electronics are original and they work great with zero issues.

Includes a non-original hardshell case in very good condition. The handle and all latches work. The exterior of the case has some typical scuffing from being in storage.

SKU 051820002

1980 Fender Jazz Bass with a Natural finish and bound maple fingerboard. This vintage bass is 100% all original with zero modifications and it is in outstanding condition. It is 40 years old but looks like it just left the factory a few years ago. It has been extremely well cared for and it shows. Everything works as it should and it plays great. It weighs 11.20 pounds, which is actually on the lighter side for this era. It has a 1.470" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.864" at the 1st fret and 0.994" at the 12th fret.

The Natural finish shines beautifully and the clear top coat is still smooth and glossy. The are no visible imperfections in the top and all hardware looks very clean. The pickguard shows some typical swirling and marks as expected with a black plastic pickguard. The edge of the body has a few minor scuffs. The back of the body has a couple very faint worming marks and two tiny spots that have worn through the clear coat. The back of the neck is flawless and still glossy. The maple neck shows no notable imperfections and there is a ton of fretlife with no divots. The fingerboard binding looks good with only a couple small spots of yellowing. The neck is perfectly straight and the truss rod works. The nut looks good with zero issues. The headstock has no marks other than a couple scuffs around the edges. The tuners look fantastic and they work perfectly. All electronics work with zero scratchiness in the controls. All potentiometers date to 1980. Both pickups also have 1980 date stamps. The serial number on the body's neck pocket matches the serial number on the headstock.

Does not include a case, pickup covers, or any accessories. However, a non-original chipboard case in fair condition will be included for shipping purposes.


The Fender Jazz Bass was introduced in 1960 as a higher-end alternative to the Precision Bass with closer string spacing, a thinner neck profile at the nut, and two punchy single-coil pickups. The Jazz Bass evolved in a number of subtle ways throughout the 60s with major changes coming during the CBS Fender buyout of 1965. Management changes within Fender starting in 1981 brought many changes to production. Guitars and basses between 1965-1981 are therefore considered the CBS-era.
Years of Production: 1960 - present
Body Style: Offset solidbody
Wood Composition: Ash body, Maple neck with bound maple fingerboard
Design Elements: Bolt-on neck, block inlays, 34-inch scale length
Finish Specifications: Sunburst is a standard finish for vintage Jazz Basses.
Notable Players:  John Entwistle, Noel Redding, Rick Danko, Marcus Miller, Geddy Lee

SKU 051420001

1982 Fender Telecaster with a very rare Cherry Sunburst finish from the International Series. This vintage guitar is in outstanding condition with very little wear. It has been extremely well cared for all its life with little overall playing time. Its beautiful Cherry Sunburst finish shines brightly. This rare tele is all original except for the Seymour Duncan Vintage 54 bridge pickup. The guitar is setup perfectly and sounds fantastic with zero issues. It weighs 8.54 pounds and has a 1.65" nut width. It has a one-piece maple neck with dot inlays, walnut skunk stripe, and a 7.25" radius rosewood fingerboard. The neck thickness measures 0.837" at the 1st fret and 0.925" at the 12th fret.

The International Series was an extremely limited run from 1979-1982. The series included mostly Stratocasters, but some rare Telecasters were produced beginning in 1981. They featured a range of unique colors never before seen on a Fender. The Telecasters from this series also featured white pickguards and black-plated screws. Most featured earlier necks with a 1978 serial number, such as this one.

It is in excellent condition and is as close to collector grade as you might find for this series. This nearly 40-year old guitar looks like it's only a couple years old. There are zero dings, scrapes or scratches. It has just very light handling wear in the clear coat throughout that can be seen under direct lighting. The back of the body shows no worming, just faint marks in the clear coat. All hardware looks great with minimal patina. The back of the neck is spotless with no marks and is silky smooth. The rosewood fretboard looks new with no distinctive marks. The frets are in great condition with just a hint of wear on the 3rd fret under the B string. The nut has no issues. The headstock looks immaculate and the tuners look almost new. All electronics are original except for the bridge pickup, which has been upgraded to a Seymour Duncan Vintage 54 Lead pickup. The neck pickup looks to be original and both potentiometers date to 1981.

Includes a non-original Road Runner hardshell case in good working condition.

SKU 050820001

2009 Strictly 7 Guitars Boa Custom Shop 7-String electric guitar with a Natural Amber finish. This is a stunning guitar featuring outstanding build quality from the first years of Strictly 7 Guitar's Custom Shop, when quality was top notch. It was custom ordered with some great features and the wood grain looks amazing. There are zero issues and has been professionally detailed and setup. It plays great! The active EMG pickups are perfect for any type of metal player. S7G confirmed that this is the 2nd Baby Boa they ever made, and the 3rd neck they made with this scale length for this year. It has very little wear with only some light typical handling marks here and there. The rosewood fingerboard looks new, there is zero fretwear, the nut is in perfect condition, and the truss rod works great. It weighs 8.59 pounds and has a 1.890" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.828" at the 1st fret and 0.925" at the 12th fret. Does not include a case or any accessories.

Hand-made in the USA

26.188" Scale Length
25 Frets
GraphTech Tusq XL Nut with 1.890" nut width
String-thru Hipshot Bridge
Sperzel® LockingTuners
EMG Active pickups and electronics
1-Piece Flame Maple Neck
2-Piece Flame Body
Rosewood Fretboard
3-way Pickup Toggle Control
Volume Control
Tone Control


S7G USA manufactures and handcrafts guitars and basses. Designed to enhance playability with outstanding tone and reliable quality, S7G instruments are the choice of professional musicians worldwide.

Jim Lewis founded S7G in 2007 by combining his experiences in woodworking, physical therapy, and heavy metal to design a more ergonomic electric guitar with extended scale length. Initially focused on building 7-string guitars for heavy metal musicians, the company continues to expand its product line and customer base to meet the growing demand for its innovative instruments. The materials used to make S7G products are locally sourced, personally hand-selected, and carefully inspected to meet the highest quality standards. In S7G's custom shop, each guitar is designed and hand-built by skilled luthiers in Medina, Ohio USA. The company stands behind its products with a warranty and a commitment to keep improving craftsmanship and quality controls.

S7G guitars and basses are sold internationally through dealers in America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Canada, and also custom-designed in collaboration with professional and rising musicians worldwide. These Signature Artists provide the inspiration for every S7G production model, from the unique body shapes to the stunning finishes that distinguish each instrument.
SKU 042920001

1999 Gibson Custom Shop '61 Les Paul Custom SG Reissue electric guitar with a Cherry finish. It is 100% all original. The original frets show nearly zero visible fretwear and everything works perfectly. This guitar has an intentionally relic'd VOS finish from the factory...and it is stunning. This is a true reissue and features all the little details of a true historic reissue, such as a long neck tenon, single-piece mahogany body, a fast slim taper neck, and triple PAF pickups. The guitar weighs just 7.46 pounds. The neck thickness measures 0.791" at the 1st fret and 0.891 at the 12th fret.

This '61 Reissue looks like it's actually from 1961. The gold hardware has a beautiful faded patina. There are scuffs and dings throughout. The fretboard binding shows some slight aging and a couple binding nubs are gone. The ebony fingerboard has fingermarks that give it a worn-in look. The nut is in perfect condition but has an aged color. The headstock overlay has finish checking. The corner edges of the headstock has light scuffing. All tuners work great and it holds a tune perfectly. The low-E tuner was replaced at one time but the original is back in. All 3 of the original pickups sound outstanding and all electronics work with no issues. It does not include a case or any accessories.

SKU 041720001

2017 Friedman Runt 50 1x12" Combo guitar amplifier in excellent condition. This amp has low usage and is in perfect working order with zero issues. It has been fully tested and sounds wonderful. There are a few tiny scuffs in the tolex finish but all very minor. Includes the original footswitch and a Tuki slipcover.


The Runt-50 is a versatile, 50-watt all tube 1x12" Combo that delivers Friedman's legendary tone from a versatile 2-channel amp. The Runt power section is driven by two EL-34s, with four 12AX7s in the preamp. The American-inspired clean channel features volume, bass, treble, and a three-position bright switch that delivers anything from pristine cleans to a slightly broken-up tone blues/country tone. The heart and soul of the Runt is the overdrive channel, which will take you from classic rock to all-out assault. Use the Boost switch and Gain knob to dial in the perfect amount of overdrive. A global presence control shapes the high-frequency response of the Runts power section.

The Runt delivers the tight bottom end and midrange that is typically only found in much higher-wattage amps by utilizing custom transformers and the cleanest signal path possible. The Runt is ideal for many styles of music from blues to classic rock and heavy metal by merely adjusting the gain and master controls.

Plugging into the Runt, you will instantly notice the harmonically rich detailed chords and resonating single note lines. This amp cleans up exceptionally well with the guitar’s volume knob, even with the amp on higher gain settings.


This is the first amp Dave Friedman has ever made with a cab-simulated XLR output. Comparing this analog circuit to some of the most intricate computer-based IRs, Dave achieved a direct output you can proudly send to front of house or use in the studio. The XLR output includes a ground-lift, level, and center/edge of speaker cone simulation switches.

The Runt-50 combo houses a 16-ohm, 12” Celestion G12M 65 Creamback speaker that delivers the bass, mid response, and signature sound you would expect from a Friedman amp.

This Runt was designed to take pedals well and loves boosts, ODs, phasers, flangers, tremolos, and wahs. The ultra-transparent no tone loss, buffered, series effects loop takes time-based effects pedals and rack units equally well. The head cabinet features beautiful black Tolex, with Baltic birch construction, and is built to withstand the rigors of the road. 


  • 50-Watt all tube amplifier / Two channels
  • Rich, sparkling American-style clean channel
  • Overdrive channel delivers legendary Friedman lead tone
  • XLR Cabinet Simulated Output


  • 50-Watt all tube 1x12" combo
  • Two channels
  • 2 x EL-34 power tubes
  • 4 x 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • Celestion G12M Creamback 65w
  • Clean channel with Volume, Bass, Treble and Bright switch
  • Lead channel with Volume, Gain, three-band EQ and a boost switch.
  • XLR Cab Simulated output with Ground Lift, Axis and Level switches.
  • Ultra transparent series FX loop
  • 4, 8 and 16 ohm impedance selector
  • Single button footswitch
  • Dimensions: 19.25" (H) x 22.5" (W) x 11.5" (D)
  • Weight: 51.50 lbs.
SKU 021820002

1978 Fender Precision Bass with original off-center seam body and 3-color Sunburst finish in overall excellent condition for its age. This vintage P Bass is all original except for the upgraded Active EMG pickup and electronics. The 2-Piece off-seam body has a very nice matching wood grain throughout. It has just been setup and plays perfectly with zero issues. It weighs 10.22 pounds and has a 1.605" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.912" at the 1st fret and 0.982" at the 12th fret.

There's typical regular playwear that you would expect from a bass this old. The original finish looks great overall with a few dings here and there. There's a small area by the upper contour of the body where the top clear coat finish has textured, probably due to elbow sweat. The original white pickguard looks great. The original bridge has some light patina but looks good. The back of the body has only light worming and scuffs but still looks beautiful, especially with the wood grain and 3-color sunburst finish. The back of the neck is smooth and clean with a couple tiny fingernail marks and a little bit of finish wear around the edges. The Rosewood fingerboard looks stunning with no visible fingerwear. The original frets have a ton of life left with minimal wear, and the frets have all just been polished to a bright shine. No issues with the nut. The headstock is excellent with only light scuffs around the edges. The only non-original items on this bass is the plastic thumbrest and the vintage EMG pickup and active electronics, which work perfectly and sounds great. The active 9-volt vintage EMG sounds great and all pots work without issue.

Includes a non-original SKB hardshell case in good condition. All latches work, as does the handle. The exterior of the case has some scuffs from storage.

As the first production model bass guitar, the Fender Precision bass was an absolutely revolutionary instrument upon its introduction in 1951. The Precision or P Bass evolved throughout the ‘50s with changing electronics, body shape, and cosmetic details.
Years of Production: 1951 - present
Body Style: 
Double cutaway solidbody
Wood Composition:  
Alder body, Maple neck, Rosewod fingerboard
Design Elements: Split pickup, white plastic pickguard, 34-inch scale length, dot inlays
Finish Specifications: 3-Color Sunburst
Notable Players: Geezer Butler, Roger Waters, John Deacon, Sting

SKU 021820003

1992 Fender Masterbuilt Custom Shop 1954 Stratocaster crafted by Jay Madore. This is an early Custom Shop '54 strat that was entirely hand built by Jay Madore back when Fender's Custom Shop guitars were made by a single luthier. This is in excellent overall condition with zero issues and is a faithful '54 reissue in every way. It plays perfectly and sounds exactly how a vintage strat should sound. It is all original except for the frets, which have recently been professionally refretted with modern 6105 frets but the original vintage-sized frets are included along with the nut. Like a true 1954 strat, it features the correct tuners with a line through the middle, bakelite rounded pickup covers, bakelite volume and tone knobs, football-shaped pickup switch, Pat Pending bridge saddles, and handwound '54 pickups. It weighs 7.99 pounds and has a 1.65" nut width. It has a 9.5" fingerboard radius. The C-shape neck's thickness measures 0.877" at the 1st fret and 0.997" at the 12th fret.

There is very little wear considering its age and it has been very well kept all its life. The 2-tone sunburst finish shines brightly. There's a couple finish checking marks and a couple very minor dings and scratches throughout but nothing more than what you would see on a modern Custom Shop NOS or Closet Classic relic job. The back of the neck is clean and smooth with only two tiny fingernail marks. The maple fingerboard is still glossy with no noticeable wear other than around the edges. The 6105 refret job was done extremely well and shows no sign of fretwear. The original vintage-size frets are included and only have a small amount of fretwear, so the refret was only done because the original owner wanted more modern frets. The headstock is in great condition with only minor scuffing around the edges. The tuners show some patina and work perfectly. All electronics are original and the tone potentiometers date to 1992. '54 reissue strats like this were usually shipped with a 3-way pickup switch installed and a 5-way included in the box, which is now installed. The middle pickup is non-reverse-wound like a true '54. The volume and tone controls are also wired like a true '54.

Includes the original tweed hardshell case. Does not include any other accessories or paperwork.

This masterpiece is not your average Custom Shop reissue Strat. It is an exact historic recreation of the original 1954 Stratocaster in every way, including retooled materials and hardware using the exact same techniques used back in 1954. In the spring of 1954, in a small shop in Southern California, musical history was made with the introduction and shipment of the first Fender Stratocaster guitar. Everything about the guitar was new and innovative. The tremolo design, the sleek and distinctive bodylines, the "Offset Contour" body, and not two - but THREE pickups! Instantly, guitar players from every genre of musical tastes sought out and purchased one of these "futuristic" designed instruments. The first Fender Stratocaster guitars were used for western swing, jazz, blues, country, and any other style of music guitarists could dream up. You could not contain this design. The Fender Stratocaster was not only ahead of its time; it defined electric guitar design. Now, 50 years later - it still does!

Jay Madore from Fender's Custom Shop has faithfully recreated a 1954 Stratocaster guitar, Master Built at Fender's world renowned "Dream Factory" in Corona, California and features custom reproduction original 1954 pickups, original "U"-shape maple neck, original finish and body contours shipped in 1954.

True to the original instruments are several other features, such as the unique knobs, switch tip, pickguard, tremolo cover plate, and pickup covers that have been retooled and manufactured using the exact formulas and materials. Also included are the original, then "Patent Pending" bridge saddles, which have been replicated even though Fender has long owned the patents for these parts. Finally rounding out the package is a replica of the form-fit case shipped with the originals in 1954.

SKU 020220001

1977 or early 1978 Fender Telecaster Custom with Sunburst finish in excellent condition. This guitar is entirely all-original except for two period-correct NOS tone potentiometers. It has been kept in very good condition over its years and it plays great. The pickups on this sound amazing. It weighs 8.77 pounds, which is probably considered lightweight for this era. It has a 1.630" nut width and a 7.25 radius fretboard. The neck thickness measures 0.828" at the 1st fret and 0.928" at the 12th fret.

The guitar has just normal play wear throughout with zero issues. There's typical few scuffs around the edges of the body and a few dings here and there but only enough to give it its vintage vibe. The original Sunburst finish still shines brightly. There's a couple top-coat finish checking lines on the back of the body. The bridge humbucker has some light patina. There was once a switch added to the pickguard in the middle of the knobs but it has since been removed and plugged, probably during the time the two tone pots were replaced. The original volume potentiometers date to 1976. All electronics work perfectly with zero issues. The back of the neck is still smooth and clean with only a couple marks in the middle that can't be felt while playing. The maple fingerboard still looks good with only typical wear around the edges. The original frets are good and have around 50% life left and have just been polished. The headstock is in very good condition showing minimal wear. There is the very typical Clapton cigarette burn mark between the low E and D tuners, but the guitar does not smell like smoke. The original tuners work perfectly.

Includes what appears to be the original hardshell case in pretty beatup condition. All latches work, as does the handle, but the exterior tolex has been removed and has a lot of writings all over. The interior is also in poor condition with not much material left.

Production year: 1977 or early 1978
Made in Fullerton, USA
Production Number: 17722

The Telecaster Custom launched in 1972 with a newly designed humbucker pickup in in its neck position. Previously, Fender had produced a guitar called the Custom Telecaster which only differed from the regular Telecaster in its finish options and binding. Since 1972, reference to any Telecaster Custom or Custom Telecaster typically means the humbucker '70s version.
Years of Production:
 1972 - 1981
Body Style: Single cutaway solid-body
Wood Composition: Alder, Maple neck, Maple fingerboard
Design Elements:  One single-coil and one humbucker pickup, black pickguard,  volume and tone controls, 25 1/2-inch scale length, string thru-body
Notable Tele Players: Keith Richards, Merle Haggard, Johnny Greenwood, James Burton  
SKU 013020001

2017 Gibson USA EB-5 electric bass guitar with a Satin Vintage Sunburst finish. This bass is in near-mint condition with the only blemish being some thumb-wear just above the bridge pickup. Otherwise this is in brand-new condition. There is zero visible fretwear. It has just been setup with new strings and plays perfectly. The volume controls feature coil-tapping capabilities which makes this great bass even more versatile. It weighs only 8.33 pounds and has a 1.727" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.810" at the 1st fret and 0.919" at the 12th fret. Includes the original gig bag and all accessories & paperwork.


The EB5 is a completely new bass guitar design for Gibson and these basses pack some serious low-end punch. Especially with that thundering low B string.
This is down to the full contact Babicz bridge and swamp ash body with a set-neck which allows the bass to resonate like crazy.
This is a fully-fledged American made bass with grover tuners and punchy pickups designed for this bass. The EB pickups are chunky with a sweet top-mid and easy-to-use controls. You have 2 volume controls for each pickup so that you can blend the pickups however you want to with a master tone control. You can also engage the coil-tap for a fat, singlecoil sound that doesn't have a drop in volume which is very handy when you're mid-song.
The double cutaway will feel familiar and the neck is a smooth maple with a rounded profile to make it easy to play up and down the neck.

Here's what Gibson say about their EB5

"Go deep with a heavier low end
The 2017 EB 5 Bass is the most extreme and improved redesign of our EB Bass yet.
Loaded with high quality components like EB Rhythm and Lead humbuckers, a Babicz Full Contact bridge, and Grover tuners, the superbly resonant swamp-ash body has been fully redesigned to offer amazing ergonomics and great access to the upper frets. This is the low end done Gibson style, with optimum power and playability and that low-B string to take you super deep.
It's delivered in a padded gigbag with a strap and polishing cloth."
Body and Neck
Swamp ash body. Rounded maple neck with rosewood fingerbarod and 24 polished frets. 5 strings
Pickups and Electronics
EB Rhythm and Lead humbuckers. 2 volumes, 1 master tone.
Chrome hardware. Babicz Full Contact bridge. Grover tuners
Protective Case
Padded gigbag
Additional Specs
Strap and polishing cloth


  • Series Traditional
  • Body Style New EB
  • Back Swamp ash
  • Top N/A
  • Weight relief N/A
  • Binding N/A
  • Neck Maple
  • Neck profile Rounded
  • Neck width 1.75"
  • Fast-access heel Traditional
  • Fingerboard Rosewood
  • Scale length 34
  • Number of frets 24 polished frets
  • Nut Tektoid
  • Inlay Acrylic dots
  • Binding N/A
  • Binding Style N/A
  • Bridge Babicz Full Contact
  • Tailpiece N/A
  • Knobs Barrel knobs
  • Tuners Grover
  • Plating Chrome
  • Neck pickup EB Rhythm
  • Bridge pickup EB Lead
  • Other pickup N/A
  • Controls 2 volumes, 1 master tone
  • Finishes available Natural, Vintage Sunburst
  • Case Padded gigbag
SKU 012520002

1961 Gibson GA-8 Discoverer combo guitar amplifier. This vintage amp is in perfect working condition with zero issues and it sounds glorious, extremely similar in sound to a Tweed Fender 5F1 Champ but louder due to its dual parallel 6V6 tubes. These amps are very sought after for its Tweed Champ tone but at more usable gigging volumes. It has been very well cared for its entire life. It is all original with the exception of the 3-prong ground power cord, three capacitors, and a 2009 Jenson C12Q speaker.

The original burgundy wine tolex looks great with only a couple tears, largest of which is on the front right top corner. The top control plate has some wear but the majority of the lettering is visible as shown in the pictures. The handle works great.

SKU 012020002

1964 Gibson Melody Maker 3/4 Electric Guitar with a Sunburst finish. This vintage Gibson is 100% all original. There have been no modifications, breaks, cracks, or repairs of any kind. It is in very good condition for its age and plays great! It has a beautiful vintage vibe to it and the pickup sounds delightful. It has just been setup and intonates perfectly. It weighs a mere 5.49 pounds and has a 1.568" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.810" at the 1st fret.

The original sunburst finish still shines and looks great overall. There is the usual heavy finish-checking throughout, and lots of scuffs around the edges. The pickguard has light pick marks. There are some light scratches in the back but no heavy worming. The back of the neck is smooth with only a handful of marks. The Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard is gorgeous with only a couple indentations. The frets have just been polished and there is tons of fret life, with a little visible wear on the first three frets under the B and G strings. No issues with the nut. The truss rod works. The very top edges of the headstock has some scuffing. All tuners work great but one tuner is missing a bushing, which are very easy to find. All electronics work perfectly and all solder joints look untouched. The serial number on the potentiometer dates to 1963.

Does not include a case.

SKU 122020001

Ampeg's BA-115 1x15" 150W bass combo delivers classic Ampeg tone in a 150W design with performance-driven features perfect for the stage. The ruggedly portable design provides a true 60-degree sound reinforcement monitor angle that adds clarity in any situation. The BA-115 features Bass Scrambler overdrive plus flexible tone-shaping and professional performance features in a portable, powerful 15" combo.


Power: 150W
Speaker: 15" Ampeg Custom15; 1" HF tweeter
Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaping
Bass Scrambler overdrive delivers SVT grind
Headphone output for silent practice
-15dB input pad for active basses or additional level control
Weight: 45 lbs.

Classic Ampeg tone

150 watts RMS power
15″ Ampeg Custom15™ speaker
1″ HF tweeter
Ampeg Ultra Hi/Lo tone shaping
Legacy Ampeg preamp with 3-band EQ
Bass Scrambler™ overdrive delivers SVT grind (footswitch optional)

Modern flexibility

True 60° sound reinforcement monitor angle
Dedicated XLR balanced line out
Independent effects send and return
HF mute defeats horn for a rounder, more vintage tone
-15dB input pad for active basses or additional level control
Headphone out for silent solo practice

Rugged portability

Roadworthy braced cabinet construction
Protective all-steel amp chassis
Impact-resistant black metal corners
Durable double-thick Ampeg Classic black Tolex®
Lightweight, portable design
45.0 lbs / 20.4 kg

SKU 060316005

Used black Guitar strap by First Act

SKU 021917003

Guitar strap

SKU 021917006

Used RCA 12AT7 Greyplate. Pulled from a working amp.

SKU 021917008

Product Description

The ST737 is a pocket-size auto or manual-tuner for guitar and bass players. Its dual display (analog and digital) and two LEDs provide quick, accurate tuning. The ST737 works with standard instruments, as well as 7-string guitars and 6-string basses.


Selectable Guitar mode / Bass mode.

Selectable Manual tuning / Auto tuning.

Flat / Doubleflat tuning modes are supported.

Wide detection range whitch supports 7-strings Guitar and 6-strings Bass.

Auto power-off and Memory Back-up functions are supported.

Built -In Microphone

Input-Jack / Output-Jack

SKU 021917011

Used working condition.


The Korg GA-30 Guitar/Bass Tuner is a high-precision LCD needle-type meter. Unique Korg feature lets you tune down to 5 semitones flat. Internal speaker produces tuning reference tone. High-sensitivity internal mic for tuning acoustic guitars. Auto power off and low power draw for very long battery life.

An Easy-to-Use Dedicated Guitar and Bass Tuner
This dedicated guitar/bass tuner lets you select either Guitar mode or Bass mode for truly easy operation with automatically detected pitch. The wide detection range supports 7-string guitar (7B through 1E) in Guitar mode, and 6-string bass (Low-B, Hi-C) in Bass mode. A high-sensitivity mic is built-in, allowing easy and accurate tuning of acoustic guitars.

Ultra-compact Body with a "Tilt Slit"
Although the GA-30 is small, thin, and light, don't let its pocket-sized body fool you. The GA-30 can accurately tune any guitar or bass. From studio to stage, tuning is easy and convenient. The back of the unit includes a unique arc-shaped "tilt slit" that lets you insert a plastic card for use as a handy stand.

High-Precision LCD Meter
The meter section uses a LCD needle, combining the accuracy of an LCD with the easy visibility of a needle, and providing a stable display. Additional visual feedback is provided by LEDs that indicate pitch deviation.

Sound Out -- Internal Speaker Provides a Reference Pitch
In addition to visual tuning via meter, the GA-30 can play reference pitches from its internal speaker (Sound Out) for tuning by ear. Each press of the Sound switch will cycle the output sound through 7B->6E->5A->4D->3G->2B->1E in Guitar mode, or LB->4E->3A->2D->1G->HC in Bass mode.

Quinta Flat Tuning mode -- a world-wide first!
The GA-30's Quinta Flat Tuning mode supports the lowered tunings used in heavy metal styles to give more weight to the sound. Until now, dedicated guitar tuners have supported a maximum of only four semitones below standard pitch, but the GA-30 gives you five steps of flatted tuning, extending as far as five semitones below standard pitch, and supporting even super-long scale guitars that are five frets longer than conventional guitars.

Auto Power Off Function
If you leave the unit powered-on for 20 minutes without performing any operation, the Auto Power Off function will turn the power off automatically, avoiding unnecessary battery consumption.

Approximately 100 hours of continuous use
Low-power consumption design allows an amazing 100 hours (approximate) of continuous battery life (A4 continuous input, Meter mode, zinc-carbon batteries).

* Even if the pitch is within the detection range, detection may not be possible for instrumental sounds that contain a large number of overtones or have a rapid decay.

Korg tuners and metronomes purchased from a Korg USA authorized dealer now have a three year warranty.

  • High-precision LCD needle-type meter
  • Lets you tune up to 5 semitones flat
  • Produces tuning reference tone
  • High-sensitivity internal mic for tuning acoustic guitars
SKU 021917012

6 Feet Long. Conquest twenty-gauge, custom-design, USA-l EPDM rubber-jacketed wire with internal, noise-rejecting tape and Switchcraft 280 1/4" plugs.

  • Rubber jacketed
  • Internal noise-rejecting tape
  • Switchcraft 280 1/4" plugs
SKU 021917013

Brand new pair of Ruby Tubes EL84 power tubes pulled from a brand new amp that had its tubes swapped immediately when purchased.


A premium tube that produces more power, more tone, and higher fidelity with an extended dynamic range.

SKU 022317001

One pair of RCA 6l6GC blackplate valve tubes. These were pulled from a working amp. One of the tubes' guide pin broken off but can be easily reglued back on.

SKU 022417002

Fibenare Erotic Regime electric guitar with a Burgundy Mist finish. This is in mint unplayed like-new condition with zero playwear anywhere. The Erotic Regime features a 3-way trick switch that lets you add in the neck pickup in any position as well as the ability to reverse the pickups out of phase, giving you dozens of tonal options. The guitar weighs just 5.98 pounds and has a 1.66" nut width. The neck thickness measures 0.761" at the 1st fret and 0.843" at the 12th fret. Includes the original hardshell case and tremolo bar.



For the 20th anniversary of the wall coming down in Berlin, Fibenare came up with a new series of its Erotic models called Regime. In the age of the Regime (from the 2nd world war to the late ’80s) in Eastern Europe musicians only dreamed of having a guitar from the other side of the iron-curtain. These were typically a Strat, a Les Paul or a Tele. These days, when the market is free, and people can get exactly what they need, Fibenare has decided to dress their Erotic model in an old-fashioned way, in order to merge their childhood dreams and the “regime reality” that they lived in. So, introducing the Regime series, in the colours of the cars that were available in Eastern Europe with a symbol on the neckplate that everyone had known and most didn’t like.

  • Model: Erotic Regime
  • Construction: Bolt-On
  • Body: Carved Alder
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Inlays: Mother Of Pearl Dots
  • Nut Width: 1.67″
  • Scale: 25 1/2″
  • Frets: 24 Medium
  • Nut: Brass
  • Tuners: Vintage Style Kluson
  • Bridge: Vintage Six Saddle Tremolo
  • Pickups: Fibenare Y-54 Bridge, Y-65 Middle & Neck
  • Controls: Volume, Tone, 5-Way, 3-Way Rotary
  • Hardware: Nickel Relic
  • Color: Burgundy Mist
  • Case: Hardshell
SKU 031218004

Dr. Z Maz 18 Jr Reverb 2x10" Combo Guitar Amplifier in perfect working condition. It was recently serviced by Dr. Z where it had full refresh. It also has a custom ordered built-in direct-out with volume control. The exterior is very good condition for its age with almost no visible wear to mention. Includes a slipcover.



The Dr Z Maz 18 Jr is easily one of the most desired amplifiers in the boutique amp world! Like all Dr. Z amps, it's all tube, all handwired and completely made right here in the USA!

First, if you are worried about the Maz 18 being only 18 watts, don't be. We're talking about 18 watts of all tube driven, class A, point to point hand-wired watts of Dr. Z tone! One of the features of the Maz 18 is it's ability to hang with a typical drummer when cranked yet because of it's lower wattage rating, it can still produce that full plate voltage tone in lower volume situations where it needs to be mic'ed. A perfect amp for studio or live use.

So how about the tone? Well, we like to place this amp as 80% modded Vox AC, and 20% Marshall Plexi. We love old Vox amps, but have often felt they are a little too "brilliant". The Maz addresses this by being a touch warmer at the top, but don't get us wrong. The top end is still there, but just not as much as the "ice picky" Vox amps of the 60's. The Maz still retains that wonderful mid range growl and punch you get from EL84s, so I wouldn't say there's a lot of tube compression going on. The Maz is a responsive amp, so you'll find you get back what you put into it. It's also important to note the Maz 18 plays very well with pedals. This isn't always so easy for an amp builder to accomplish on an old school hand-wired guitar amp, but Dr. Z must have it figured out since essentially all his amps are known for being very pedal friendly.

The front panel features Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Master, and the ever versatile Cut control. Think of the Cut as a tone knob for the output tubes. That may or may not make much sense, but take our word for it. It's quite a powerful control!

The back panel features 4 and 8 ohm speaker outs. This amp also has a built in direct out with volume control, which was a custom addition and there aren't a whole lot out there of this era with one.


Construction All Tube, All Hand-Wired, ALL USA MADE!
Power Output 18 *LOUD* Watts
Output Tubes 2 x EL84 (cathode biased)
Preamp Tubes 4 x 12AX7, 1 x 12AT7
Rectifier Tube - 5AR4
Controls Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Cut, Master Volume, and Reverb
Features Tube Reverb; Direct-Out
2x10 Dims & Weight 
23" Wide x 20 1/8" High x 10" Depth - 49 lbs
2x10 Speaker Config 
2x10" Dr. Z Custom Speakers

SKU 011620001