Second hand. Mint condition. Inklusiv Tasche. Fender rolls out the American Special Telecaster Electric Guitar that delivers a healthy combination of modern and traditional tones at a price that won’t drain your wallet. But don’t let the stripped-down price fool you into thinking it’s a stripped-down guitar.
It starts with an alder body, offering strength in construction and clarity in tone. The unique pickups on the Fender American Special Telecaster provide distinguishing sonic characteristics. The Texas Special single-coil Tele neck pickup delivers a full and meaty tone, the Texas Special Tele bridge pickup delivers that familiar Tele bite with a touch of warmth, and the Greasebucket tone circuit rolls off the highs without adding bass.
The subtle 9-1/2″ radius maple neck, maple fingerboard, and jumbo frets make this Fender guitar very finger-friendly. Other features include an original-style Tele bridge with three brass saddles, an oversized ’70s-style decal, and black pickup covers, plastic parts, and dot position inlays.
The American Vintage ’56 Stratocaster takes you straight back to mid-1956, when the model was still new and when what is quite possibly the most prized and popular neck ever affixed to the instrument first appeared-a thick one-piece maple neck with a soft „V“ shape, comfortably rounded edges and a then-new butterfly string tree on the headstock. Such meticulous authenticity even extends to the single-ply white pickguard with eight holes, lightweight alder body (ash on white blonde) with deep contours, and vintage-accurate pickups (alnico 3 pickups debuted in 1956), bridge saddles, tuner spacing and more.
The American Vintage series introduces an all-new lineup of original-era model year guitars that bring Fender history and heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key features and pivotal design elements spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, new American Vintage series instruments delve deep into Fender’s roots-expertly preserving an innovative U.S. guitar-making legacy and vividly demonstrating like never before that Fender not only knows where it’s going, but also remembers where it came from. The American Vintage Series has long presented some of Fender’s best selling guitars (their early-’80s introduction, in fact, was one of the first signs that Fender was „back“ as the CBS era ended). Today, Fender has boldly cleared the slate to make way for a fresh American Vintage series with new features, new specs and the most meticulous level of vintage accuracy yet. Rather than just replacing the previous models with different ones, they’ve completely and comprehensively re-imagined the entire vintage-reissue concept-restoring original tooling dies, voicing new pickups, reformulating vintage colors and more-based on actual vintage guitars they tracked down to make sure they had it right. Fender did the work, and it shows, because there’s pure tonal magic in each new American Vintage instrument. Includes case. Body Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Alder (ash on white blonde) Body finish: Gloss Lacquer Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: V soft Neck wood: Maple Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 25.5″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Lacquer Fretboard Material: Maple Radius: 7.25″ Fret size: Vintage-style Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Dot Nut width: 1.65″ (42mm) Pickups Configuration: SSS Neck: American Vintage ’56 single-coil Middle: American Vintage ’56 single-coil Bridge: American Vintage ’56 single-coil Brand: Fender Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, master tone Pickup switch: 5-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: Vintage synchronized tremolo Tailpiece: Not applicable Tuning machines: Vintage-style Color: Chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Pickups Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Strap, cable, cloth and owner’s manual Country of origin: United States
Boasting 24 stainless steel frets on an ebony fretboard and a pair of humbucking pickups, the Schecter C-7 Apocalypse solidbody electric guitar is ready to rock. A duo of Apocalypse humbuckers yield aggressive tone by the truckload with plenty of richness and harmonic content. A Push/Pull tone control provides access to sweet single-coil tones. And with a fast-playing neck, the ultra-solid tuning stability of the hardtail bridge, you’ve got a versatile metal machine in the Schecter C-7 Apocalypse.
Woods chosen for tone and stability Schecter specified a swamp ash body for this C-7 guitar for its inherent clear top end and big lows. Then they went with a multi-ply neck design that pairs maple and bubinga — both hard woods that offer a lot of sustain and attack — to keep the neck extremely stable under stressful environmental situations. The neck is then reinforced with Schecter’s carbon fiber rods, further ensuring you will get the same streamlined performance from this guitar night after night. Expect sonic intensity from the Apocalypse humbuckers in the C-7 Apocalypse. Alnico V magnets deliver a fast, aggressive sound with loads of richness. The alnicos are flanked by ceramic magnets for top-end presence and articulation. You’ll have an explosive tone with plenty of harmonic content, giving you extreme sound-shaping potential when you tweak the tone knobs on your amplifier and pedals.
Squier welcomes its first-ever Mustang guitar to the family in the sleekly diminutive form of the Vintage Modified Mustang. With its distinctive 24″ scale, dual pickup switches and floating bridge with dynamic vibrato tailpiece, it’s a classic modded with present-day touches including full-sounding Duncan Designed pickups and a 9.5 fingerboard radius.
Players have done it for years. Whether installing hotter pickups, different pickguards or just plain personalizing their instruments with distinctive paint jobs, modified means adding new twists to familiar designs. Squier’s Vintage Modified series excels at just that, imparting hot-output chop-shop sound, feel and value to traditional instrument designs.
Squier presents one of its most distinctive instruments ever in the deeply resounding form of the Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster. Tuned A to A and featuring a 30″ scale length, it lends a rumbling baritone register of notes.
This Jazzmaster features the authentic vintage-style look of Fenders seldom-seen Antigua finish, with a matching pickguard. Fingerboard binding and white pearloid block inlays impart even more elegance and that deep one-of-a kind twang rocks loud and clear from a pair of Dual Duncan Designed single-coil Jazzmaster pickups.
Explore new depths with vibe that is as affordable as it is striking. All together, the Vintage Modified Baritone Jazzmaster makes for a singularly exciting Squier playing experience. Case sold separately.
Body Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Basswood Body finish: Gloss Polyurethane Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Not specified Neck wood: Maple Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 30″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: Rosewood Radius: 9.5″ Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Pearl block Nut width: 1.65″ (42mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: JM-101N with alnico 5 magnets Middle: Not applicable Bridge: JM-101B with alnico 5 magnets Brand: Duncan Designed Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Master volume, tone Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Fixed Bridge design: Fixed „Top Loader“ Tailpiece: Not applicable Tuning machines: Vintage-style Color: Chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body finish Case: Sold separately Accessories: None Country of origin: Indonesia
Second Hand. Mint condition. Inklusiv Koffer. Imagine an alternate reality where the great American luthiers of the 1950′ work together under one roof, as a collective. That‘ the vision that inspires Dennis and his Alt de Facto boutique guitars. It‘ a world where aged nickel hardware, time-tested woods, a distressed lacquer finish and classic aesthetics are fused with modern features including a compound radius fingerboard, TonePros hardware, ToneStyler tone controls and custom wound Fralin pickups. The result? Proprietary distressed guitars with unsurpassed playability and tone.
Alternate reality realized “ and embraced by leading artists including Chris Carrabba, Popa Chubby, Jared Scharff, James Valentine and Pete Yorn. Dennis Fano is a member of the Premier Builders Guild, which makes it easier than ever before to experience boutique, masterbuilt guitars and amps. PBG is a dream team of boutique guitar and amp master builders, each with a unique point of view and brand. Built in the USA. FEATURES Late 50′ round back neck shape Maple neck wood Bolt-on neck Vintage amber tint neck finish Alder or swamp ash body/back wood Maple fingerboard Two-Tone headstock: body color/vintage amber tint Dot inlays Gotoh Kluson tuners Graphtech Tusq/man made ivory nut Custom Fralin P-90′ pickups VT 3-way electronics Schroeder wrapover bridge “ aged nickel bridge G&G custom hardshell case Get instant karma with a guitar that looks like it’s been around and sounds great. Order today. SPECIFICATIONS 10“16 compound radius 24.75 scale 1.687 nut 10 “ 46 strings
The Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster ’50s is an electric guitar with a look to die for and plenty of ’50s ‚blackguard‘ Tele vibe. The Vintage Blonde or Butterscotch Blonde over pine body totally resonates and you’ll be hard-pressed to tell whether or not you are holding a premium ash body guitar. Of course pine is not a foreign wood to guitar making or to Fender history for that matter. Early single and dual pickup Esquire guitars were made with pine bodies.
Featuring a 21-fret vintage tint gloss maple neck with the modern playability of a 9-1/2″ radius and medium jumbo frets, and outfitted with a custom set of Alnico 5 single-coil pickups on the Butterscotch Blonde model and Alnico III on the Vintage Blonde, this Squier Tele has tone that can really hang with the big boys. You get clear note separation even in distorted modes and dynamic response with a strong midrange and high end bite for leads. Classic Vibe Back in 1982, the very first Squier by Fender guitars and basses came ringing out of Asia. Known for their excellent vintage-quality look, feel, sound, and construction, those early Squier instruments and their Fender-branded counterparts are now highly sought-after collector’s items revered by guitar enthusiasts as models of „getting it right“ while aiming at value-conscious players. The Squier Classic Vibe Series reflects that simultaneous commitment to excellence, value, and vibe. Mirroring classic Fender designs, the Classic Vibe offering is not intended to be era or vintage correct-but rather imparting the vibe of a classic Fender design. Each with distinctive feature set combinations-all adding up to one classic-looking instrument. FEATURES Resonant pine body just like the early Equires 1-Piece maple, modern „C“ shape neck with maple fingerboard Custom Telecaster pickups Chrome hardware including vintage-style tuning machines Vintage-style Tele bridge plate w/brass barrel saddles Great sound, vintage looks, unbeatable value. Order yours today. SPECIFICATIONS Classic Vibe Telecaster ’50s Electric Guitar Body: Pine Finish: Polyester Neck: 1-Piece Maple, Modern „C“ Shape Fingerboard: Maple, 9-1/2″ (241mm) Frets: 21, medium-jumbo Scale Length: 25-1/2″ (648mm) Nut Width: 1.65″ (42mm) Hardware: Chrome Tuning Keys: Vintage-style tuning machines Bridge: Vintage-style Tele bridge plate w/brass barrel saddles Pickguard: 1-ply black Neck pickup: Custom Telecaster pickup (Alnico 5 on Butterscotch Blonde/Alnico III on Vintage Blonde) Bridge pickup: Custom Telecaster pickup (Alnico 5 on Butterscotch Blonde/Alnico III on Vintage Blonde) Pickup switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup Controls: Volume, Tone Strings: (.009-.042) Nickel-plated steel
Second hand. Excellent condition. Inklusiv Koffer/case. Duesenberg set out to make a guitar with the input of it’s fans and guitar players looking for the best of the best. The result…. The Fullerton CC. Retaining the classic features that have made Deusenberg guitars so popular with all the best hardware and fittings available these guitars are truly magnificent.
This guitar has a semi-acoustic maple body with a spruce arched top, stable maple neck with rosewood fretboard, ingenious pickup design with Domino P90 and Grand Vintage humbuckers, and the Duesenberg Deluxe Tremola with superior handling. All together this gives you great tone, amazing sustain and a tremelo arm thats amazingly subtle and sensitive
This guitar gives you the unique combination of a Domino P90 for bright lead work and a vintage humbucker for deep rhythm sounds. Both pickups are great sounding, you get vintage tone in the bridge and a more modern tone form the neck P90. The tremolo arm is subtle, well positioned and feels great to play. All together this is a great sounding guitar 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: matching body color Body Type: semi-acoustic with sustain block, bent sides, f-hole Top: laminated spruce Back, Sides: laminated spruce Size: 51,5 x 41 x 6,8 cm / 20.27″ x 16″ x 2.75″ Binding: cream Pickguard: black & gold Finish: PUR lacquer Hardware Tuners: Duesenberg Z-Tuners, „Art Diego“ buttons Bridge: Duesenberg steel saddle bridge Tremelo: Duesenberg Deluxe Tremola Strap pins: Kluson Multi-Lock Hardware color: nickel Strings: Duesenberg DSA10 (010-013-017-028-042-050) Electrics Pickup: Duesenberg Domino P-90 (neck) Duesenberg Grand Vintage Humbucker (Bridge) Wiring: 1 volume, 1 tone, 3-way pickup selector Accessories Case: case (included)
The Fender Road Worn ’50s Telecaster is an electric guitar that delivers killer aged look, feel and mojo without breaking the bank. This is a Tele that was designed using 1950s specs augmented by Tex-Mex pickups and 6105 frets.
Like classic cars or your favorite T-shirt, some things just get cooler with age. That’s especially true of electric guitars-they develop an unmistakable mojo over time that makes them look even cooler and feel even more comfortable than when they were brand new. In that regard, the Fender Road Worn ’50s Telecaster is a true player.
Includes a gig bag.
Body: ash (blonde finish) alder (2-tone sunburst) Finish: nitrocellulose lacquer Neck: maple Neck profile: „U“ shape Fretboard radius: 7-1/4″ Frets: 21 (6105 style) Scale length: 25-1/2″ Nut width: 1.650″ Hardware: chrome Tuners: Fender Vintage Style Bridge: vintage style 3-saddle strings-thru-body Pickguard: 1-ply black Pickups: Two Tex-Mex Tele single-coil Pickup switch: 3-way Controls: master volume, master tone Strings: Fender standard tension ST250R nickel-plated steel (10-13-17-26-36-46) Includes a gig bag
From rock to blues to country, the Session is a guitar with tonal versatility, style and value, all in one instrument that won’t break the bank.
The Session features a rock maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard, Canadian Laurentian Basswood body, 2x Godin GS-1 single-coils housed in a vintage white pickguard and a Godin humbucker in the bridge, along with a 5-way switch, 1x volume and 1x push/pull tone knob that splits the humbucker.
The JTV-69 James Tyler Variax Modeling Electric Guitar offers an innovative design and boutique playing experience courtesy of master luthier James Tyler, and the world’s most advanced guitar modeling technology from the people who invented it, Line 6. Plug this guitar into any amp and hear all the models, all the tunings, and both acoustic and electric tones you’ve ever wanted. No more dragging around multiple acoustics and electrics to gigs or recording studios. Variax gives you an endless variety of sounds from classic acoustic and electric tones all the way to sitar and banjo, all in one instrument.
The JTV-69 features a beautiful flamed maple top, alder back, and a bolt-on maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard. A recessed heel makes reaching the upper frets a breeze. The JTV-69 is loaded with a pair of single-coil pickups (neck and middle positions), and custom-wound humbuckers (bridge) designed by James Tyler. Controls include a 5-way blade pickup selector switch, a master volume & tones. A rotary model selector dials the 25 virtual guitars plus sitar, banjo, and resonator guitar tones. A rotary alt tuning selector lets you pick from 12 alternate tunings. Comes standard with a durable, padded gig bag with a stitched Line 6 logo and 2 pockets big enough for all your gig essentials. Redesigned tremolo bridge The JTV-69 has a redesigned tremolo bridge that offers improved tone and tuning stability. This design lets the string go into the bridge through the front of the tremolo, which brings the ball end as close to the saddle as possible, instead of stringing it through the tremolo block. This also makes restringing much easier. The knife edges and tremolo pivot posts were designed to provide nearly zero resistance. This, in conjunction with locking tuners gives this standard tremolo bridge much more tuning stability. A Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL nut keeps the strings from gripping and sticking. James Tyler Custom tremolo bridge is also fitted with an LR Baggs Radiance hex pickup system for sweet acoustic guitar tones. Dual-core Processor Dual-core processor delivers 4 times the punch. This new chip is smaller, faster, and more powerful. It has allowed Line 6 to run fuller, clearer models of guitar bodies and pickups; let all their models have alternate tunings; improved alternate tuning purity and speed; provided alternate tuning customization; and improved modes of operation and editing. The JVT sounds and responds surprisingly more like a traditional guitar. Variax Workbench Software Variax Workbench software is a virtual custom shop. This free software, which can be downloaded from the Line-6 web site, lets you create custom models on your computer and upload them to your JTV-59 via its built-in USB port. Choose from famous guitar bodies, pickups, pickup placement, tone and volume controls, and tweak away until you’ve designed the guitar of your dreams – without choking on sawdust! This combination USB interface and software package for James Tyler Variax guitars allows you to see and hear the physical changes to your custom guitar in real-time. Ever wonder what a single-coil pickup would sound like on a hollow-body guitar tuned an octave down? Probably not. That’s because it wasn’t a reality – until now. The Alt Tune Knob Each James Tyler Variax modeling guitar has a dedicated Alt Tune knob. This knob has 12 settings, including two labeled „Model“ and „Standard.“ Set to „Model,“ the Alt Tune knob lets you access the alternate tunings you created using Variax Workbench virtual guitar workbench software. These tunings are stored on your Variax’s Model knob. Set to „Standard,“ the Alt Tune knob overrides saved tunings to set every model to standard „E-to-E“ tuning. The Alt Tune knob’s remaining 10 settings are the most commonly used tunings found in the popular genres of the day. The Virtual capo feature lets you easily transpose any song to the key that suits you vocalist. And you can adjust your tuning on the fly without having to do on „Workbench“ software. Battery powered DSP A proprietary lithium-ion battery delivers at least 12 hours of continuous performance. A 4-LED battery life meter lets you know how much rocking time you have left. Rolling down the volume knob when not playing will automatically put the DSP to sleep and helps maximize battery life. So even with your cable still plugged in, you will not be using battery power. DSP wakes up instantly when you turn the volume back up. The JTV-69 functions as a standard electric guitar whether the battery installed or not.
This model brings back the famous „amp-in-case“ body style. It features chambered construction and new „56 Lipstick“ pickups for that classic ’50s Danelectro tone. Controls include master volume and master tone and a pickup selector. Case sold separately.
Famous „amp-in-case“ guitar body style New „56 Lipstick“ pickups Master volume and master tone controls Pickup selector Case sold separately
The Richmond Dorchester is an electric guitar that will definitely turn heads. But the best part—The Dorchester guitar sounds even better than it looks! This tone giant features a 25-1/2″ scale, 2 classic sounding Lace Alumitone humbucker pickups, housed in a double-cutaway chambered body with a silver leaf maple center and poplar wings. The Dorchester guitar’s pickups are controlled by separate volume and tone knobs, along with a 4-way switch to select between various tantalizing sounds. The first position puts the neck and bridge pickups in series, giving you fatter tone and more output.
The Dorchester guitar’s bolt-on rock maple neck has the worn-in feel of an Ergocut rosewood or maple fingerboard for an incredibly comfortable playing experience. This Richmond beauty is finished off with high-ratio chrome tuning machines, a chrome roller bridge with fixed tailpiece, a Nordic white extended pickguard and truss rod cover with matching binding on the back. Richmond includes a gig bag with the Dorchester Electric Guitar. Richmond Guitars received ‚Best In Show‘ honors at Summer NAMM 2008! Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options. FEATURES Neck: Rock Maple Fingerboard: Ergocut rosewood or maple fingerboard Radius: 12″ Nut Width: 1-11/16″ Scale length: 25-1/2″ scale Body: Chambered silver leaf maple body with poplar wings Pickups: Two Lace Alumitone humbuckers Bridge: Chrome roller bridge with fixed tailpiece Tuning machines: Kluson chrome tuning machines Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone and 4-way switch (featuring the neck/bridge in series in position 1)
The Les Paul Standard is the flagship of the Gibson electric guitar collection and represents a perfect blend of traditional design and contemporary appointments. The 2015 model features a mahogany body with modern weight relief and a mahogany neck with an asymmetrical Slim Taper profile. The compound radius rosewood fretboard is buffed and dressed to perfection by Gibson’s PLEK system. Other features include BurstBucker Pro 1+2 pickups with coil-splitting and phase changing, reverse polarity rear pickup, removable pickguard and an improved tune-o-matic bridge. Includes hardshell case.
All 2015 Gibson models benefit from some important upgrades: G Force on all guitars except LP Supreme, Firebird and Derek Trucks SG Zero Fret Nut – Patent applied for nut with adjustable action Wider neck and fingerboard (.050 per side) for increased playing comfort Tune-o-matic bridge featuring hex wrench adjustment on thumbscrews for easy action adjustments Professional setup – Accurate intonation, PLEK program, 27% lower fretwire Smoother sanded/buffed fingerboard with oil treatment One-piece thicker rosewood fingerboard Pearl inlays return on all product More robust cables change from 28 AWG to 26 AWG for improved signal Improved jack design for uninterrupted signal No satin or vintage gloss finishes: All SKUs will be gloss lacquer Hardshell case FEATURES Body Body shape: Single cutaway Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Maple Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Asymmetrical slim taper Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Les Paul Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: Rosewood Radius: Compound Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Trapezoid Nut width: 1.695″ (43.1) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: BurstBucker Pro Middle: Not applicable Bridge: BurstBucker Pro Brand: Gibson Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: Push/pull tone control Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: Coil tap Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Fixed Bridge design: Tune-o-matic Tailpiece: Stopbar Tuning machines: G Force Color: Nickel/chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: G Force tuners Body and neck binding Case: Hardshell case Accessories: G Force tuning adapter, adjustment tools Country of origin: United States
The WMD Effects Utility Noise Gate combines a noise gate with an effects loop. Connect your noisiest pedals inside the effects loop by way of the Send and Return jacks and step on the footswitch to get your best tone while the noise gate filters out the screech and static. Another click on the footswitch gives you true bypass for both the loop and the gate. The Gate Threshold control lets you determine the cutoff point below which low-amplitude noise gets filtered out leaving only your higher amplitude guitar signal. The Level control lets you decide how much the remaining signal is boosted. The WMD Effects Utility Noise Gate runs on a 9-24vDC power supply, the higher the voltage, the higher the volume boost.
Gate Threshold and Level Controls Loop Send and Loop Return Jacks True Bypass 4.375” (11.11 cm) x 2.375” (6 cm) x 1.875” (4.76 cm) 9-24vDC Operation
There are 3 bands of EQ with frequency ranges from about 40Hz to 15kHz. Each band is an independent bandpass filter with adjustable center frequency, quality factor, and gain. Use them to sculpt and shape your tone however you like.
Stomp Switch – This footswitch activates the EQ. The center LED will be lit when the pedal is engaged. Freq – This selects the center frequency of the filter. The three frequency ranges are: 31Hz to 1.6kHz, 100Hz to 4.8kHz, 300Hz to 16kHz. Q – The Quality Factor (Q) gives you control over the sharpness of the filter. Turn it up and the filter section becomes resonant and more abrasive. Low Q settings sound like a traditional EQ, higher Q adds resonant nodes. The Q ranges from about .1 to around 30. Level – This controls how much cut or boost you have from the band. Center it (0) and the band is out of the circuit. Turn clockwise and you’ll get more of that frequency, turn counter-clockwise and you’ll hear less. If all 3 controls are at 0, you should be able to click the pedal on and off and not hear any difference. Overall Level – This gives a overall cut or boost at the output of the Parametric EQ. Like a volume control, but with some gain available.
With the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah you get all the famed Dunlop tone in a smaller, convenient package. Roughly half the size of the original, this wah is perfect for crowded pedalboards and gigs with little stage room. The legendary Fasel inductor delivers smooth sweeps and classic tone. Internal switching gives you a choice of three voicings – low, vintage, and the more modern GCB95 – so you’ll have all the tonal control you’d expect from a full-sized wah.
A trio of fantastic wah tones True-to-vintage Italian-made Inductors Same heavy-duty design in a smaller package A trio of fantastic wah tones Dunlop loaded the compact Cry Baby Mini Wah with three very useable and very distinct tonal flavors. Low, Vintage, and GCB95 settings, selectable from inside the pedal, give you a wide tonal palette to choose from. These sounds cover the entire range of wah pedals that Dunlop makes. Add this to true-bypass switching and the Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah is a must own. True-to-vintage Italian-made Inductors Behind those legendary wah sounds of the 60s stood Italian-made Fasel inductors. The inductors were key to the pedals‘ signature sound, but were unavailable for years. Now, Dunlop’s been able to bring them back – and they’ve put them into the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah – so you can obtain the original lush harmonics and rich vocal sweeps that have defined so many timeless recordings. Same heavy-duty design in a smaller package The Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah features the Italian-made Inductors, but Dunlop’s left its time-tested, rugged design the same. You can be sure that the Cry Baby Mini will keep sounding incredible stomp after stomp, year after year. Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah Features: Compact version of the Cry Baby for crowded pedalboards Choose from 3 voices – low, vintage, and the more modern GCB95 Sports Italian-made Fasel Inductors for smooth sweeps and great tone Heavy die cast construction will stand up to years of abuse True bypass switching for pure tone when the pedal is off Requires a 9V battery or AC adapter
The Good Vibes recaptures the iconic chorus/vibrato effect of the 1960s in an updated pedal with features designed to meet the needs of the modern player. Like the original Uni-Vibe, it uses photocells to create chorus and vibrato with a warm, undulating, liquid groove for a sound and response that’s true to the classic design. Boosted power rails provide 21st century definition and headroom, and an expression pedal input puts free-form control for speed or intensity at your feet. True bypass, too.
Simple control set: Volume, Intensity, Speed Expression pedal control of Speed or Intensity Boosted power rail for extended headroom and definition Always-on Speed indicator Rugged and compact die-cast chassis True bypass EHX 9.6DC power supply included
You can’t argue that octave and fuzz effects don’t go hand in hand, and you get both in the electro-harmonix Octavix fuzz/octave pedal. Whether your guitar has single-coil or humbucking pickups, you can coax a wide range of vintage fuzz effects from the Octavix. Guitarists especially dig the switchable 9V/24V operation – at 9V the Octavix sound like a vintage fuzz unit, while 24V operation serves up a tighter sound with a fatter octave effect. Once you plug in and turn up, it’s hard not to sound like a rock icon with the ehx Octavix pedal.
Fuzz and octave effects with controls for volume, boost, and octave Switchable 9V/24V operation for two distinct voicings Wide-ranging effects from smooth, sagging vintage fuzz to tight, punchy modern tone Use it to distort a clean channel, or send an overdriven amp into the red zone True bypass for maximum signal integrity
The ehx Pulsar is back and better than ever, in the electro-harmonix Super Pulsar stereo tap tremolo pedal! With a true stereo signal path, adjustable modulation waveforms, and even nine rhythmic patterns, this does-it-all pedal is a dream come true for the tremolo fanatics. You’ve even got creative dynamic control over the effect when you dial in envelope follower modulation to various parameters. From subtle warbling tremolo to choppy gated effects, the ehx Super Pulsar is an amazingly rewarding tremolo pedal to add to your guitar or keyboard rig.
Electro-harmonix Super Pulsar Stereo Tap Tremolo Pedal at a Glance: Wide range of tremolo shapes and rhythmic effects Creative control via expression pedal or CV Volume boost helps you maintain your optimum signal level Wide range of tremolo shapes and rhythmic effects Plug your guitar into the ehx Super Pulsar and choose from sine, triangle, and pulse wave shapes to create your ideal tremolo effect. Use identical settings on the left and right channels for classic tremolo effects, or adjust the phase to create stereo motion. You’ve even got nine rhythmic patterns to play with, and you can even tweak these to create your own patterns and save them for recall later on. Creative control via expression pedal or CV Connect a standard expression pedal or CV source to the ehx Super Pulsar, and you’ve got creative control over a variety of parameters. Modulartion rate, depth, shape, phase, and volume can all be controlled from an external source. Whether you’re playing guitar or keyboards, this extra level of control can add an incredible amount of sonic movement and excitement to your performance. Volume boost helps you maintain your optimum signal level If you’ve played as many tremolo pedals as we have at Sweetwater, you know that sometimes your guitar’s volume can dip a bit with certain tremolo effects. The ehx Super Pulsar packs a volume boost for that very reason – once you dial in your ideal tremolo sound, adjust the volume boost to maintain your signal level. When the depth control is set to minimum, you can effectively add a 12dB boost with the volume control. Electro-harmonix Super Pulsar Stereo Tap Tremolo Pedal Features: Analog tremolo pedal with stereo, mono, stereo to mono, and mono to stereo operation Fine-tune the tremolo effect with variable sine, triangle, and pulse wave shapes Nine rhythmic patterns can you can change and save for future recall Connect an expression pedal or CV source for real-time control over effects parameters True Bypass design with mechanical relays maintains your tone and switches silently Adjust the phase to create panning stereo effects Save and recall up to eight of your own custom presets
When the Gretsch R&D team recently unearthed a Baldwin-era Filter’Tron pickup with knockout punch and phenomenal twang, they incorporated its DNA into dynamic „Black Top“ Filter’Tron pickups, which now endow Electromatic hollow-body instruments such as the G5422TDCG with an electrifying voice and identity.
The G5422TDCG Electromatic Hollowbody Guitar is a sharp Gretsch guitar with a bound double-cutaway hollowbody featuring sound-post bracing and elegant bound f holes. Other features include a maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and hump-block pearloid inlays, gold plexi pickguard, three-position pickup switch, classic „G“ arrow control knobs, rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge and Bigsby-licensed B60G vibrato tailpiece, vintage-style open-back tuners and gold-plated hardware.
Bound double-cutaway hollowbody Sound-post bracing Elegant bound f holes. Maple neck Bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and hump-block pearloid inlays Gold plexi pickguard „Black Top“ Filter’Tron pickups Three-position pickup switch Classic „G“ arrow control knobs Rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge Bigsby-licensed B60G vibrato tailpiece Vintage-style open-back tuners Get ready to strap on something special. Order today. SPECIFICATIONS G5422TDCG Electromatic Hollowbody Guitar Body Body Material: 5-Ply Maple Body Shape: Double Cutaway Body Finish: Gloss Urethane Body Depth: 2.25″ (57 mm) Neck Number of Frets: 22 Fret Size: Medium Jumbo Fretboard: Rosewood Neck Material: Maple Nut Width: 1.6875″ (43 mm) Scale Length: 24.5″ (62.2 cm) Electronics Bridge Pickup: „Black Top“ Filter’Tron Bridge Pickup Neck Pickup: „Black Top“ Filter’Tron Neck Pickup Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup Controls: Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Master Volume, Master Tone Hardware Hardware Finish: Gold-Plated Bridge: Rosewood-Based Adjusto-Matic Bridge Tuning Machines: Vintage Style Open-Back Miscellaneous Unique Features: Gold Plated Hardware, Hump-Block Fingerboard Inlays, Bound Body Top and Back, Bound Sound Holes and Fingerboard, Silver Plexi Pickguard, Knurled Strap Retainer Knobs, Adjustable Truss Rod, Bigsby-Licensed B60G Vibrato Tailpiece
The Fender Road Worn ’50s Telecaster is an electric guitar that delivers killer aged look, feel and mojo without breaking the bank. This is a Tele that was designed using 1950s specs augmented by Tex-Mex pickups and 6105 frets.
Like classic cars or your favorite T-shirt, some things just get cooler with age. That’s especially true of electric guitars-they develop an unmistakable mojo over time that makes them look even cooler and feel even more comfortable than when they were brand new. In that regard, the Fender Road Worn ’50s Telecaster is a true player.
Includes a gig bag.
FEATURES Body: ash (blonde finish) alder (2-tone sunburst) Finish: nitrocellulose lacquer Neck: maple Neck profile: „U“ shape Fretboard radius: 7-1/4″ Frets: 21 (6105 style) Scale length: 25-1/2″ Nut width: 1.650″ Hardware: chrome Tuners: Fender Vintage Style Bridge: vintage style 3-saddle strings-thru-body Pickguard: 1-ply black Pickups: Two Tex-Mex Tele single-coil Pickup switch: 3-way Controls: master volume, master tone Strings: Fender standard tension ST250R nickel-plated steel (10-13-17-26-36-46) Includes a gig bag
Gretsch and Bono join forces once again for a signature guitar model bearing the special (RED) logo adorn on the pickguard and truss rod cover to bring awareness of Bono’s support of Product Red and their humanitarian efforts in the battle against HIV/AIDS.
The double-cutaway G5623 Electromatic Center-Block (RED) Bono „Signature“ Model puts Bono’s personalized stamp on Gretsch’s new thinline spruce center-block design, which delivers „high gain-friendly“ tone and greater control over the kind of feedback players want.
Bound arched maple top with bound sound holes – Maple sides and arched back (also bound) – Maple neck – 24.6″ scale length neck – 1.6875-43mm nut width – 22-fret bound rosewood fingerboard – Neo-classic „thumbnail“ inlays – 22 medium jumbo frets – Dual „Black Top“ Filter’Tron humbucking pickups – Three-position toggle switching – Master volume and tone controls – Anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge – „G“-cutout tailpiece – Grover deluxe tuners – Chrome hardware – Includes hardshell case
The Fender American Deluxe Telecaster Electric Guitar has a new compound-radius fretboard for effortless string bending anywhere along the neck. The staggered locking tuners improve tuning stability for stunt guitarists who like to bend behind the nut. New N3 noiseless pickups provide improved Telecaster tones for snappy bell-like chime with no hum.
Other features include a bound-top body with belly cut, S-1 switching, chromed brass bridge saddles, bound top and a beveled neck heel. Fender includes a new molded Fender-exclusive SKB case with glass-reinforced latches and TSA locks, cable, and strap locks with the American Deluxe Telecaster.
Fender N3 Noiseless pickups N3 Noiseless pickups deliver the best of yesterday and today, because they deliver landmark vintage Fender tone and response without the hum that can plague single-coil pickups. Using an improved stacked coil-coil design, N3 Noiseless pickups are specially tailored for each Telecaster pickup position. The insulated metal core of each pickup position type differs in thickness and composition for enhanced tone. Fender has fine-tuned the sized, shape, and wire gauge of the pickup coils to balance the magnetic responsiveness essential to great tone. Fender N3 pickups represent a welcome return to the warmth and clarity of alnico magnets. An Alnico 5 magnet is used in the bridge position, Alnico 2 in the middle position, and Alnico 3 for the neck position. FEATURES Body Body shape: Single cutaway Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Alder Select Body finish: Gloss Urethane Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: C soft Neck wood: Maple Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 25.5″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Satin Urethane Fretboard Material: Maple or Rosewood Radius: Compound Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dot Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: SS Neck: N3 single-coil Middle: Not applicable Bridge: N3 single-coil Brand: Fender Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: S-1 switching Controls Control layout: Master volume, tone Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Fixed Bridge design: 6-saddle string through body Tailpiece: Not applicable Tuning machines: Locking Color: Chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Pickups Case: Hardshell case Accessories: None Country of origin: United States Grab a Tele that combines tone, tradition, and innovation. Order today. SPECIFICATIONS American Deluxe Telecaster Electric Guitar Model Name: American Deluxe Telecaster Electric Guitar Series: American Deluxe Series Body: select alder with contoured heel and body Finish: Gloss Urethane Neck: maple, soft „C“ shape Fingerboard: maple or rosewood with compound-radius Pickups: 2 New Noiseless N3 Tele pickups (neck and bridge) Controls: master volume (with S-1 switch), no-load tone control Pickup switching: 3-position blade and 2-position push/push S-1 Bridge: American Tele with 6 Chromed Brass Saddles Machine heads: Fender Deluxe Staggered Cast/Sealed locking tuning machines Hardware: chrome Pickguard: 3-ply Mint Green on 700 (3-Color Sunburst), Brown Shell on 723 (Olympic Pearl), Aged Pearl on 731 (Aged Cherry Burst) 3-Ply Black on 759 (Tungsten) Strings: Fender 250L Nickel Plated Steel Ball End, (.009 to .042), p/n 073-0250-403 Accessories: cable, strap, polishing cloth Case: New molded Fender-exclusive/SKB case with TSA locks, glass reinforced nylon trigger latches, and form fitted plush interior Unique features: Compound Radius fretboard Noiseless N3 Strat pickups Reconfigured S-1 switching Locking tuning machines Contoured heel and body New molded Fender-exclusive/SKB case with TSA locks, glass reinforced nylon trigger latches, and form fitted plush interior Fingerboard radius: Compound radius fretboard; 9.5 “ (241mm) at the nut, 12″ (304.8mm)at the 12th fret, and 14″ (355.6mm) at the 15th fret) No. of frets: 22 medium jumbo Scale length: 25.5″ (648 mm) Width at nut: 1.685″ (42.8 mm)
The Les Paul Custom made its debut in 1954 after the initial success of the Les Paul Goldtop. Mr. Les Paul himself wanted to convey to audiences that the solid body electric guitar was not a fad but a superb and challenging instrument and that his signature axe, the Les Paul, was the king of all electric solid body guitars. So, Les requested a Les Paul with a custom color finish in solid black and solid white with gold hardware that would blend well with a tuxedo.
The result was the Les Paul Custom, or the „tuxedo“ Les Paul, as it became known among fans. The Les Paul Custom quickly became one of the most recognized guitars in the world and Les himself used his Les Paul Custom in concert, on his weekly television show with wife Mary Ford and on his album covers, including his famous duet with pal Chet Atkins, Chester and Lester.
Now with Gibson USA 490R and 498T open-coil pickups with the Custom’s classic gold hardware, fully bound body, neck and headstock, and pearloid trapezoid inlays, we think you’ll agree that the Epiphone Les Paul Custom PRO is „dressed to kill.“ Case sold separately. Great Tonewoods, Classic Les Paul Sound While all Les Pauls share common design features, the Les Paul Custom distinguished itself from the Les Paul Standard and Les Paul Goldtop with a solid mahogany body. The Les Paul Custom PRO carries on that tradition but with the added twist of a maple veneer top, which adds a subtle „bite“ to the Les Paul Custom’s legendary tone. Just like Les‘ personal Custom, the Les Paul Custom PRO has a solid mahogany neck with a 24.75″ scale that’s hand-fitted with a glued-in joint for optimum neck-to-body contact, which allows the Les Paul Custom PRO to resonate as one solid piece of wood. The rosewood fingerboard features pearloid block inlays and has a 12″ radius, a 1.68″ nut and 22 medium-jumbo frets. The mahogany neck has a very comfortable and super fast SlimTaper „D“ profile, the most-popular profile found on today’s Les Pauls. The Custom PRO also features beautiful 5-ply (white/black) binding around the maple veneer top and the back along with single-ply cream binding around the body. The classic rosewood fingerboard is bound in white and the clipped dovewing headstock features 5-ply (white/black) binding along with a ’50s era/Custom-style „split diamond“ pearloid inlay and, of course, a vintage „Epiphone“ logo in pearloid. The Kalamazoo-era bell-shaped truss rod cover features „Les Paul Custom PRO“ in white silkscreen in tribute to Les‘ timeless design. FEATURES Top: maple veneer Body: mahogany Neck: mahogany Neck Shape: 1960’s SlimTaper; D profile Neck Joint: glued-in Truss Rod: adjustable Scale Length: 24.75″ Fingerboard: ebony with pearloid trapezoid inlays Neck Pickup: Gibson USA 490R; Open-Coil Bridge Pickup: Gibson USA 498T; Open-Coil Controls: Epiphone all-metal 3-way pickup selector -neck pickup volume with push/pull coil-tapping -bridge pickup volume with push/pull coil-tapping -neck pickup tone -bridge pickup tone Binding: Body Top (5-ply white/black), antiqued Body Back (5-ply white/black), antiqued Fingerboard (1-ply white), antiqued Headstock (5-ply white/black), antiqued Fingerboard Radius: 12″ Frets: 22 medium-jumbo Bridge: LockTone Tune-o-matic Tailpiece: Stopbar Nut Width: 1.68″ Hardware: gold Machine Heads: Deluxe Tuners, 14:1 Guitar Weight: 6.5-7 lb. Pickguard: Black; 3-layer, unattached included with guitar Case sold separately
Add a vintage-vibed beauty to your arsenal with the FENDER® Road Worn ’60s Jaguar® solidbody electric guitar. The aged nitrocellulose finish gives this Jag the look of a well-loved and cherished gigging guitar. A pair of American Vintage ’65 Jaguar single-coil pickups deliver spot-on vintage tone. Vintage-style tuners, tremolo, bridge, and switching complete the old-school vibe of this short-scale wonder. The Fender Road Worn ’60s Jaguar gives you the looks, tone, and feel of a sought-after vintage guitar
The looks and feel of a well-loved instrument Now you can get the looks and feel of a well-used ’60s-spec Jaguar in a brand-new guitar! The Road Worn ’60s Jaguar backs up its authentic looks with great playing feel and the kind of tonality you’d expect from a pick-of-the-litter vintage instrument. The Jaguar uses the same offset-waist body shape as the Jazzmaster™ (first introduced in about 1958) and adds even more chrome across the face of the instrument, including a plethora of switch and control plates, as well as a separate bridge and „floating“ vibrato system. Smooth-playing short scale neck You’ll love the shorter (and somewhat mellower) 24-inch scale of the Fender Road Worn ’60s Jaguar®, as opposed to the standard 25-1/2-inch scale made popular by the Stratocaster®. The rosewood fingerboard features 22 vintage-style frets and a 7.25″ radius. Fender loaded this Jaguar with a vintage-style tremolo that lets you dip and dive your notes to perfection. And thanks to Sweetwater’s 55-point Guitar Evaluation, you know your Fender Road Worn ’60s Jaguar will be ready to rock right out of the box. Vintage-style pickups provide classic tone Fender wouldn’t rest until the Road Worn ’60s Jaguar sounded as vintage as it looks, so they loaded it with the same pickups designed and used in the American Vintage Series Jaguar®. This Jag packs a duo of American Vintage ’65 Jaguar single-coil pickups, specifically wound to period-correct specs to deliver vintage tone. You get the same tonal versatility that made the Jaguar the legend it is today. Fender Road Worn ’60s Jaguar Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: 1960s-era Jaguar reproduction with a nitrocellulose lacquer finish Short scale 24″ neck length is comfortable to play Two specially-voiced American Vintage ’65 Jaguar single-coil pickups are wound to match the sound and specs of original ’60s pickups Road Worn finish for a worn-in look Vintage-style tremolo and switching gives you old-school vibe Deluxe gig bag included
The Encore E4 Bass Guitar, delivers rock solid bass performance, precise tone and superb playing dynamics.
The Encore E4 Bass Guitar features a split-coil pickup action, with an adjustable bridge and a rosewood fingerboard.
The Encore E4 Bass Guitar Main Features Include Body – Composite Neck – Maple Fretboard – Rosewood Scale – 864mm Machines – Chrome Bridge – Adjustable Pickups – 1 Guitar Tech split coil Controls – 1 volume, 1 tone Vintage White Finis
– Korpus: massive, amerikanische Erle
– Hals: 1-teilig Ahorn, geschraubter, matt vintage lackiert
– Griffbrett: Palisander
– Mensur: 648mm
– Sattelbreite: 42 mm
– Bünde: 21
– Tonabnehmer: 1 VGS Tucson TFA-1, 1 VGS Tucson TRA-1
– Regler: 3-Wege Schalter, Master Volumen, Master Ton
– Schlagbrett: 3-lagig
– Mechanik: Kluson-Style in Antique Silver Optik
Airline® Guitars were made in the USA from 1958-68 by VALCO and sold through Montgomery Ward. VALCO also made National and SUPRO brands. Today they are played by people like David Bowie, The Cure, Calexico and White Stripes. Original Res-O-Glas models now sell for $2,000-$3,000.
Body: Tone Chambered Mahogany
Neck: Bound Maple, Bolt-on
Fingerboard: Rosewood, Block Markers
Scale Length: 25 1/2″ (648mm)
Width at Nut: 1 11/16″
Pickups: Two AIRLINE Vintage Voiced Single Coil
Switching: 3-Way, Vintage Switchplate
Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 1 Master Volume
Bridge: Tune-O-Matic, Custom Chrome Tail
Hardware: Vintage Kluson Style Nickel/Chrome
Strings: D’Addario #10
Case: Deluxe AIRLINE Case INCLUDED
Unique Features: Rubber Body Binding, Striped Pickguard
Today’s Les Paul Custom is based on the model from the mid-1950s, but with several modern appointments. The body is crafted with a hand-carved maple top, which is fitted to a body made from a solid piece of mahogany with strategically routed holes to lessen the weight of the guitar, resulting in a Les Paul with enhanced acoustic qualities and improved resonance. The 24 ¾-inch scale length neck is also made from one solid piece of mahogany then topped by a 22-fret Richlite® fingerboard outfitted with pearl block inlays and given Gibson’s traditional rounded profile. The pickups are Gibson’s 490R in the neck position, which offers the tonal characteristics of the original PAFs, and the 498T in the bridge position, which swaps the 490R’s Alnico II magnet for an Alnico V, thus making it slightly hotter with emphasis on mid-ranges and highs. Other appointments include Gibson’s legendary Nashville Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece, metal tulip tuners, multi-ply white and black binding on both the top and back, gold hardware and a 1 11/16” nut width.
The introduction of the Les Paul Model in 1952 provided the fundamental template for the design of what would event—ually become the most revered stringed instrument in the world. Yet Gibson president Ted McCarty and the guitar’s namesake, Les Paul, also sought to introduce a “deluxe” version of the soon-to-be iconic model. The final design for the new Les Paul Custom was completed in early 1954, and the guitar made its official debut at the Chicago NAMM show in July 1954. Initially, the goal had been to introduce the “deluxe” version in conjunction with the original 1952 Les Paul, yet Gibson’s drive to achieve excellence resulted in several unexpected delays. The final product, however, would eventually become Gibson’s top model in the original Les Paul line. The ‚Fretless Wonder‘ The first version of the Les Paul Custom was nicknamed the “Fretless Wonder” for its low frets and “Black Beauty” for its rich, contrasting ebony color. It was also introduced at the same time as the Gibson Les Paul Junior and represented the ultimate in Gibson solid body design at the time, with an original price tag of just $325, which was $100 more than the regular Les Paul Model. Aside from its obvious visual enhancements, the Les Paul Custom was the first Gibson guitar to offer the revolutionary ABR-1 Bridge, which was invented by McCarty. This pioneering achievement was a true revelation in intonation and remains one of the most revered and copied pieces of guitar hardware ever developed, setting a standard for simplicity and functionality that has never been bettered. Other standard appointments included a thicker body design and seven-ply body binding on both the front and back of the guitar, along with a multi-bound headstock that featured a prominent five-piece split diamond patterned inlay of genuine mother of pearl – a design that still graces every Les Paul Custom made today. Near-perfect Recreation Today’s Les Paul Custom is based on the model from the mid-1950s, but with several modern appointments. The body of the guitar is crafted with a hand-carved maple top, which is then fitted to a body made from a solid piece of mahogany with strategically routed holes to lessen the weight of the guitar, resulting in a Les Paul with enhanced acoustic qualities and improved resonance. The 24 ¾-inch scale length neck is also made from one solid piece of mahogany then topped by a 22-fret Richlite® fingerboard outfitted with pearl block inlays, and given Gibson’s traditional rounded profile. The pickups are Gibson’s 490R in the neck position, which offers the tonal characteristics of the original PAFs, and the 498T in the bridge position, which swaps the 490R’s Alnico II magnet for an Alnico V, thus making it slightly hotter with emphasis on mid-ranges and highs. Other appointments include Gibson’s legendary Nashville Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece, metal tulip tuners, multi-ply white and black binding on both the top and back, gold hardware, and a 1 11/16” nut width. The Les Paul Custom is available in Antique White, Ebony, Heritage Cherry Sun Burst, Wine Red and Silver Burst, and each guitar comes with the standard Gibson Custom case and certificate of authenticity.
This electric 12-string guitar is based upon the popular Viking DLX, possessing a Ply Maple body and top to tonally emphasize each of the octave strings, all fit together with a set maple neck for added brilliance on this 12 stringed chorale piece. This model comes equipped with Hagstrom’s famed H-Expander truss rod accompanied by the Resinator Fretboard.
As a 12-string guitar normally has a tension of over 200 lbs of pressure on the neck, the H-Expander truss rod will keep the 12-string neck straight for years to come. Due to the further unique frequencies created with the help of the Resinator fretboard, the volume and tone of the octave strings are further enhanced to keep up with the naturally fuller volume of the standard strings, to allow for a lavishing and balanced 12 string sound.
To match the Viking DLX 12’s fuller acoustic sound, a set of Hagstrom H-50 humbucking pickups are adopted to provide a natural and clean calibrated electric tone, delivering cleaner vintage tones familiar from yesteryear, as well as the ability to deliver nastier tones, to open up a whole new expressive world where 12 string guitars have never ventured before. FEATURES Body: Semi-Hollow Contoured Ply Flamed Maple Neck: Canadian Hard Maple, set Fingerboard: Resinator Fretboard with Hagstrom Pearl Block Position Marks Fretboard Radius: 15 Trussrod: H-Expander Tuning Keys: Hagstrom 18:1 Die Cast Scale Length: 24,75“ / 628 mm / Graph Tech Black Tusq XL 45mm nut Pickups: 2 x Hagstrom HJ-50 Pickup Selector: 3-Way Toggle 3-Way Toggle Switch Bridge: Long Travel Tune-O-Matic w/ Hagstrom Stop Tail Controls: 2 x Volume 2 x Tone
The PRS S2 Singlecut solidbody electric guitar brings a classic body style to the already impressive S2 line of guitars. It’s an incredibly comfortable guitar to wear and play over long gigs and recording sessions, thanks to its asymmetric beveled, bookmatched, figured maple top. And guitarists at Sweetwater really dig the PRS S2 #7 neck and bridge humbuckers, which serve up vintage flavors with plenty of clarity and articulation. Basically, if you’re after monster tone, epic sustain, and eminent playability, your expectations will be exceeded with the PRS S2 Singlecut.
This may be your new workhorse guitar Extreme value from the PRS S2 series Comfortable, smooth playability from the Pattern Regular neck profile This may be your new workhorse guitar With its gorgeous, bookmatched figured maple beveled top and solid mahogany back, the PRS S2 Singlecut is sure to turn heads while delivering huge tone. The custom-wound S2 #7 Treble and Bass humbucking pickups deliver a massive range of tone from shimmering cleans to blistering shred, making the S2 Singlecut the ideal workhorse guitar for any type of gig. Push-pull tone pots further fortify your sonic arsenal with a range of spanky single-coil tones. Extreme value from the PRS S2 series In their never-ending quest for guitar perfection, PRS has created the S2 series of guitars. These guitars were designed to give you all the tone and playability that PRS is known for in an affordable, American-made instrument. Key features of this series include PRS S2 locking tuners, custom-wound pickups, the PRS Pattern Regular neck shape, PRS bridges, and a hybrid gloss finish. The PRS S2 Singlecut delivers amazing playability and big guitar tone at a killer price. Comfortable, smooth playability from the Pattern Regular neck profile The PRS S2 Singlecut gives you a Pattern Regular-profile mahogany neck fitted with a rosewood fretboard. A hallmark of PRS quality, neck shapes are, of course, critical to your playing experience. Perfected after years of prototyping, the Pattern Regular neck carve is based on Paul Reed Smith’s original, pre-factory neck design – the same one used on instruments he built in the late ’80s, at PRS’s Virginia Avenue location. You’ll love the playability and feel of the PRS S2 Singlecut electric guitar! PRS S2 Singlecut Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: USA-made electric guitar with premium tonewoods Extremely comfortable shape with an asymmetrically-bevelled figured maple top Smooth and comfortable playability from the player-favorite Pattern Regular neck carve Maximum tuning stability from PRS S2 locking tuners Vintage tone with excellent articulation from PRS #7 humbucking pickups Gig bag included You will rock with the PRS S2 Singlecut! Tech Specs Body Type S2 singlecut Left-/Right-handed Right-handed Number of Strings 6 Body Material Mahogany Top Material Figured maple Color Dark Cherry Sunburst Neck Material Mahogany Neck Shape Pattern regular Scale Length 25″ Fingerboard Material Rosewood Fingerboard Inlay S2 birds Number of Frets 22 Bridge/Tailpiece S2 stoptail Tuners S2 locking tuners Number of Pickups 2 Neck Pickup S2 #7 bass humbucker Middle Pickup No middle pickup Bridge Pickup S2 #7 treble humbucker Controls 2 x volume, 2 x push/pull tone controls, 3-way pickup selector Case Included Gig bag
Its spacious mahogany body and sweet, select Sitka spruce top are more than capable of nailing down the rhythm in the hands of a rock and roll sideman, or of accompanying the most nuanced performance under the fingers of today’s alternative singer-songwriter. Made in the image of the original, in Gibson’s acclaimed acoustic facility in Bozeman, MT, today’s Hummingbird lives up to its pedigree, bringing you all of these capabilities and more as, quite simply, one of the finest acoustic guitars available today. Available for a limited time in a deep wine red finish.
Each guitar includes a black hardshell case with plush-lined interior, owner’s manual, Gibson’s Gold Warranty and Gibson’s 24/7/365 Customer Service. Body Body Type Square Shoulder Top Sitka Spruce Top Back and Sides Mahogany Binding Multi-ply Top and Back Back Binding, Traditional Double Ring Rosette Bracing Scalloped Top Bracing Neck Species Mahogany Profile Slim Taper Thickness 1.725″ at Nut Truss Rod Single Action Adhesive Premium Titebond Neck Fit Joint Compound Dovetail Construction Joint at 14th Fret Adhesive Hide Glue Fingerboard Species Rosewood Scale Length 24 3/4″ Radius 12″ Fret Wire Nickel Alloy Inlays Mother of Pearl Paralellograms Adhesive Premium Titebond Nut Material Tusq Width 1.725″ Headstock Type Traditional CF-100 Angle 17 deg Inlay Mother of Pearl Gibson Logo and Crown Truss Rod Cover Black and White Tuning Keys Type Grover™ Rotomatics Material Nickel Ratio 14:1 Bridge Type Traditional Belly Up with Tusq Saddle Material Rosewood Hardware Pickguard Traditional Tortoise Hummingbird Motif Strap Buttons End Pin Jack Strap Button Strings .012″ – .053″ Gibson Light Guage Pickups Model L.R. Baggs Element Finish Sealer Nitrocellulose Lacquer Heritage Cherry Sunburst Wine Red Case Type Gibson Standard Hardshell Case Case Exterior Black Tolex Case Interior Blue Fabric Accessories Manuals Owners Manual, Gibson Gold Warranty
The Gibson 2014 Les Paul Futura Plain Top Electric Guitar celebrates Gibson’s 120th Anniversary in style. It has a mahogany body with modern weight relief and a plain maple top. The maple neck has a ’60s slim taper. The rosewood fingerboard has trapezoid inlays and sports a 120th Anniversary banner at the 12th fret. Other key features include a P-90H Sidewinder Humbucker and BurstBucker 3 pickups with Push/Push coil tap and 15dB boost. Also comes with max grip speed knobs, the Min-ETune system, Graph Tech nut and chrome locking tune-o-matic bridge.
Min-ETune automated “robot” tuners Min-ETune is a small compact battery powered tuning unit that sits on the back of the guitar — a mighty enhancement to an already great instrument. No need for screws, wiring or routing, in fact the system is hardly visible from the front of the guitar. You can still adjust the tuning pegs manually or turn on the Min-ETune to choose from 12 popular tunings or program six of your own. Includes black hardshell case. FEATURES Body: Mahogany /“Modern” weight relief Top: Plain Maple / AA on Red and Blue Neck: Maple ‘60s Slim taper Fingerboard: Rosewood Trapezoid Inlays with 120th anniversary banner Hardware: Min E-Tune system, chrome tune-o-matic bridge Electronics: P-90H Sidewinder Humbucker, BurstBucker 3 , Push/Push coil tap and 15dB boost Plastics: Black Graph Tech nut, max grip speed knobs Case: Black Hardshell case with Gibson Logo Special 120th Anniversary Features Banner inlay on all instruments at the 12th fret Max grip speed knobs New extra large strap button Cleartone coated strings Graph Tech nut Cryogenic treated fretwire for longer life and corrosion resistance
2011 limited edition Gibson Les Paul Special with Humbuckers is an absolute stunner. Available in Ebony or the very popular Pelham Blue, the new Special is a stripped back, no holds barred tone monster that rocks 490R and 498T humbuckers on a mahogany body with maple top. The new Gibson Les Paul Special with Humbuckers also features an Obeche fingerboard, Obeche isn’t as new as you might think having been used as fingerboard wood by PRS for years. The Obeche has very similar tonal characteristics to rosewood and is stained to have an appearance somewhere between Ebony and Rosewood
Japanese model. This is a USED Demmelition King V PDX, comes with the original case… amazing condition. Please contact for more photos…. PHIL DEMMEL PDX DEMMELITION KING V King V body shapes convey an aggressive attitude, but those jetfighter wings also create powerful sustain and a distinct low end. Alder keeps the long body from becoming a shoulder anchor, and beveled edges make the radical form easy on the arms and belly. Jackson’s own Floyd Rose–licensed Jackson double-locking bridge floats in a route that allows the bar to be dropped or pulled up.
In place of the higher-priced Demmelition’s active EMGs, this incarnation features a passive set of EMG-HZ humbuckers. Jackson gave the PDX Demmelition hard-hitting punch by bolting the maple neck to the body, instead of using the original King V’s neck-through-body configuration. The neck almost perfectly replicates the thin U-shaped profile, jumbo frets and shark fin inlays that made Charvel/Jackson Model 4 and 6 guitars some of the fastest and most beloved of the era. Sweeping feels second nature across this wide, compound radius board, and the huge frets facilitate two-handed tapping.
The Les Paul Standard, in Cherry Burst, is one of the most famous and sought-after electric guitars in the world. And now, Epiphone has added a twist to this classic rocker by including a gorgeous flame maple top with dual „f“ holes, and a partially hollowed-out body that gives the legendary Les Paul a fresh upscale look with a lighter, more resonant body. It’s the perfect combination of Les Paul sound and Epiphone style. Plus, the LP Standard Florentine PRO features Epiphone acclaimed ProBucker humbucker pickups, both with coil-tapping for a „standard“ in looks and performance.
AAA Flame Maple Top and Classic The Epiphone Ltd Ed Les Paul Standard Florentine PRO features a mahogany body that is carved out with two traditional f-holes for a new look that combines the Les Paul profile with Epiphone’s legendary archtops. The Les Paul Florentine PRO features a beautiful AAA flame maple veneer top that delivers the classic LP tone and sustain but with the hint of a semi-hollowbody guitar like a 335 or Sheraton. The body also features single-ply cream binding on the top for a beautiful vintage look. Like all Epiphone Les Pauls—and unlike less costly designs—the Epiphone Les Paul Standard Florentine PRO features a 14-degree angled headstock that gives you more pressure at the nut for longer sustain with less tuning hang-ups caused by “string-tree” gadgets. The mahogany neck has a standard 24.75” scale with a 12” radius and features a 1960s SlimTaper “D” profile with a glued-in neck joint for lifelong stability. The “D” profile neck is easy to hold for hours of playing time. The smooth rosewood fingerboard comes with pearloid trapezoid inlays, 22 medium-jumbo frets, a 1.68” nut, and 1-ply cream binding. Epiphone ProBucker Humbuckers with Coil-Tapping The Ltd Ed Les Paul Florentine PRO now features ProBucker pickups for that one-of-a kind Les Paul sound. ProBucker pickups feature Alnico II magnets, the same magnets used in sought-after vintage PAF humbuckers. Alnico II magnets provide a rich, warm tone with a sparkling high end and a solid low end. And, like PAF-era humbuckers, Epiphone ProBucker pickups are incredibly responsive with a range of tones. The Les Paul Standard Florentine PRO features a ProBucker-2 in the neck position and a ProBucker-3 in the bridge position. The ProBucker-3 is slightly overwound to provide balance with the neck pickup and a bit of edge for lead work. ProBuckers emulate the sound of original PAF pickups which were hand-wound with a few extra turns of wire. Both the neck and bridge pickups also feature coil-tapping which is easily activated by a push/pull volume control. Coil tapping allows players an infinite variety of pickups sounds from single-coil bark to full humbucker bite. Epiphone ProBucker Power Epiphone pickups are critically acclaimed for their vintage-perfect sound and superior workmanship. When winding its humbuckers, Epiphone utilizes a double vacuum waxing process that ensures quiet operation, free from microphonic hum. The pickup is first placed in the specialized wax vacuuming system before the cover is placed on the unit to ensure that the wax fully penetrates to the very center of the pickup and solidifies all parts. After the cover is placed on, it is again given a second vacuum wax bath until the unit is completely saturated with wax. Epiphone uses only the highest-quality parts for its pickups, such as ABS plastic bobbins, 1010 Cold Rolled Steel pole shoes and pole screws, Alnico magnets and the finest magnet wire available. A guitar with Epiphone ProBucker pickups is a guitar you can truly play for life. Guaranteed PRO Hardware Epiphone’s Ltd Ed Les Paul Standard Florentine PRO features Epiphone’s legendary rock-solid hardware including a LockTone Tune-o-matic fully adjustable bridge and a Stopbar tailpiece. And now, Epiphone’s updated design auto locks the bridge and tailpiece in place with no tools needed for improved sustain. The Les Paul Standard Florentine PRO uses 1” diameter potentiometers for better “throw,” longer life and reliable service. Epiphone’s all-metal toggle switches use rugged spring-steel contacts to ensure years of reliable service and performance. And Epiphone’s proprietary output jack features an improved contact shape and a heavy-duty spring steel to increase reliability. Tuning is easy fast, and intuitive with Epiphone new „Deluxe“ machine heads with an 18:1 ratio to ensure tuning stability and long life.
The JMI Sound fuzz pedal is designed after 60’s rotosound fuzz pedal made famous by Jimmy Page. This pedal uses 3x NOS OC75 transistors. A flexible fuzz tone is acheivable through the JMI Sound Design.
This electric 12 string guitar is based upon our popular Viking®DLX, possessing a Ply Maple body and top to tonally emphasize each of the octave strings, all fit together with a set maple neck for added brilliance on this 12 stringed chorale piece. Naturally, as found on each and every Hagstrom guitar is our famed H-Expander truss rod accompanied by the Resinator Fret board. As a 12 string guitar normally has a tension of over 200 lbs of pressure on the neck, the H-Expander truss rod will keep the 12-string neck straight for years to come. Due to the further unique frequencies created with the help of the Resinator fret board, the volume and tone of the octave strings are further enhanced to keep up with the naturally fuller volume of the standard strings, to allow for a lavishing and balanced 12 string sound.
To match the Viking® DLX 12’s fuller acoustic sound, a set of our Hagstrom H-50 humbucking pickups are adopted to provide a natural and clean calibrated electric tone, delivering cleaner vintage tones familiar from yesteryear, as well as the ability to deliver nastier tones, to open up a whole new expressive world where 12 string guitars have never ventured before. Specifications Body: Semi-Hollow Contoured Ply Flamed Maple Neck: Canadian Hard Maple, set Fingerboard: Resinator™ Fretboard with Hagstrom Pearloid Block Position Marks Fretboard Radius: 15 Trussrod: H-Expander Tuning Keys: Hagstrom 18:1 Die Cast Scale Length: 24,75“ / 628 mm / Graph Tech™ Black Tusq XL 45mm nut Pickups: 2 x Hagstrom HJ-50 Pickup Selector: 3-Way Toggle 3-Way Toggle Switch Bridge: Long Travel Tune-O-Matic w/ Hagstrom Stop Tail Controls: 2 x Volume 2 x Tone String Gauge (Factory): 12 String- 010/.010 .013./013, .017/.008,.026w/.012p, .036w/.018p, .046w/.026w
Solidgoldfx Jeff Waters Devil Drive
The tight metal sound of Jeff Waters’ modified OD-1 overdrive can be yours with the Solidgoldfx Devil Drive. Fine tuned, multiple gain stages give you a full spectrum of overdrive from gritty, clean boost to fiery distortion. Unlike other “metal” pedals, the Devil Drive doesn’t offer massive gain, scooped mids or thunderous bass, but it is designed to serve up the fire in your amp and deliver a diabolically smoldering tone.
The Devil Drive offers two modes of operation. A flick of the toggle switch gives you “Vintage” mode with active Volume and Drive controls, or “Modern” mode that adds an active Tone control to boost the treble and the output gain for a hotter signal. The low-noise design operates with a 9 volt battery or DC converter, or with an 18 volt converter for added headroom and definition. Solidgoldfx Jeff Waters Devil Drive Features: Volume, Tone, Drive Controls Vintage and Modern Mode Selector Switch True Bypass 4.8” (12.19 cm) x 2.5” (6.35 cm) x 1.5” (3.81 cm) 9-18VDC Or Battery Operation
5th Avenue Kingpin
The Godin 5th Avenue brings you back to a time when the archtop acoustic guitar reigned supreme. With the soul of a 1950’s archtop, the 5th Avenue is a true vintage spirit of yesterday with today’s level of modern playability. With more projection & volume in the low/mids than traditional archtop acoustic guitars, the dynamically rich tone of the 5th Avenue makes this sophisticated instrument a dream to play, but not a nightmare to pay for. The Godin 5th Avenue now makes the affordable North American archtop guitar a reality! From Alt-Country, Delta Blues, Slide, Jazz to Rock, the 5th Avenue can really deliver both acoustically and electrically. The new Godin Kingpin P90 single-coil pickup delivers all that classic, vintage tone with presence, clarity and a little attitude thrown in for good measure!
Made from Canadian Wild Cherry, the body of the 5th Avenue features a molded arched top and back, as well as an adjustable bridge, classic f-holes, contoured high-gloss headstock, floating pickguard and cream binding. Also, the rustic beauty of its Custom Polished Finish creates a gorgeous satin sheen reminiscent of the French polish of the 19th century.
A highly playable guitar with electronics that let you switch from passive to active pickups.
The Godin Progression combines a 25 1/2″ scale with the added snap of a rock maple neck along with the bonus of the High-Definition Revoicer. Godin even Includes a gig bag with the Progression guitar.
Godin H.D.R. High-Definition Revoicer The H.D.R. revoices and augments the frequency range of each pickup and gives you the ability to go from passive to active pickups with a simple push of a button. The Godin H.D.R. provides extra bite, and dynamic response while redefining the character of each pickup. It’s like having 2 sets of pickups in a single guitar for 5 pure passive tones plus 5 pure active tones. FEATURES Rock maple neck Rosewood or maple fingerboard 12″ fingerboard radius 25 1/2″ scale 1 11/16″ nut width Silver leaf maple body with poplar wings 3 x Godin GS-2 single-coil pickups Controls: 5-way switch, 1 x volume, 1 x tone, 1 x Godin High-Definition Revoicer (H.D.R.)
The Futura joins the anniversary celebration with some significant upgrades including the Min-ETune system.
The Gibson 2014 SG Futura Electric Guitar celebrates Gibson’s 120th Anniversary in style. It has a solid mahogany body and a maple neck with a ’60s slim profile. The 24-fret rosewood fingerboard has trapezoid inlays and sports a 120th Anniversary banner at the 12th fret.
Electronics include the P-90H Sidewinder and BB3 with Push/Pull for coil split and mini toggle for 15dB boost. This SG Futura benefits from the full array anniversary bonuses including max grip speed knobs, a Graph Tech nut and chrome tune-o-matic bridge. It also comes with Gibson’s Min-ETune tuning machines and a case.
Min-ETune automated “robot” tuners Min-ETune is a small compact battery powered tuning unit that sits on the back of the guitar — a mighty enhancement to an already great instrument. No need for screws, wiring or routing, in fact the system is hardly visible from the front of the guitar. You can still adjust the tuning pegs manually or turn on the Min-ETune to choose from 12 popular tunings or program six of your own.
The Vintage Series Tremar Swede combines a vintage Hagstrom Vibrato roller bridge with custom hardware to match.The Tremar Swede features a 45mm Mahogany Body with 10mm Carved Mahogany Top and set Mahogany neck. The fingerboard is made from Resinator wood with Hagstrom Pearl Block Position Marks. Resinator wood is more stable than any standard wood product. It is the perfect fingerboard material in that it eliminates wolf tones or hot spots, and it has a smooth, articulate sound. The H-Expander Truss Rod provides tension at either end and running the entire length of the neck, and the rigid yet lightweight alloy truss rod allows for a very low action and thin neck, two factors that were instrumental in earning Hagstrom its reputation as the world’s fastest playing guitar. Other features are: Hagstrom 18:1 die cast tuning keys, 24.75 inch scale length, a 3-way tone filter toggle, a Tremar Vibrato with Tremar Roller Bridge, 2 x volume/ 2 x tone, and 2 x Hagstrom Custom 58 Humbuckers.
Easy playabability Thin neck Custom pickups Beautiful finishes Hagstrom 18:1 die cast tuning keys Custom pickups; Thin neck 3-way tone filter toggle
Paul Gilbert thrashes and rolls only with the best of instruments, namely his own. His signature models deliver with a rough and tumble combination of shred playability and warm tone just where he wants it. The design of the FRM100TR was inspired by many hours of playing and performance by Paul Gilbert with the original Ibanez Fireman model. The most eye-catching part of the FRM100TR is its unique body shape, featuring a distinctive reverse Iceman body outline. The Fireman’s mahogany body balances remarkably well.
FEATURES Similar to his other signature models, the FRM100TR features a specific layout to keep the volume knob location in Paul’s favorite spot. In addition, the guitar features a pickup selector switch and an added tone control for maximum tone shaping. The neck of Fireman is different than the previous RG shapes in the Paul Gilbert signature series. It’s thicker and fatter – 22mm@1st fret and 24mm@12th fret – for a classic feel. The 3 pc mahogany/maple/mahogany neck offers the player a fat and tight sound with a solid grip for comfortable playability which Paul demanded. The FRM100TR features DiMarzio® pickups favored by Paul. The bridge and neck positions feature DiMarzio® Injectors™, while the middle features a DiMarzio® Area ’67™. They are designed with hum-cancelling construction to eliminate the noise but retain single-coil tone. These pickups have a warm, modern tone compared to vintage single coil pickups, and provide a clear, tight sound. The sound stays true even under high gain settings, so solos can be clearly heard when performing with a group. The classic bright and clean sound is easy to achieve. The original Ibanez Tight-Tune bridge and tailpiece promote superior transfer of string vibration without unwanted movement. Case sold separately. FEATURES Neck Material: 3pc Mahogany/ Maple Neck Type: FRM100TR Body: Mahogany body Frets: Medium frets Fingerboard: Rosewood Inlay: Pearl dot inlay Bridge: Tight Tune bridge NeckPU: DiMarzio® Injector™ Neck MiddlePU: DiMarzio® Area ’67™ BridgePU: DiMarzio® Injector™ Bridge HW Color: Chrome Case sold separately
A contoured body, comfortable set neck, flawless intonation, and innovative electronics.The legacy of Vox-branded electric guitars goes all the way back to the early sixties. This model continues the Vox tradition of exceptionally well-playing and innovative guitars.
The Vox SDC-33 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar is cosmetically similar to the 55 solid-body guitars, and employs many of the same distinguished components. The 33 instruments represent a dramatic breakthrough in price for a guitar of this quality.
Carved Construction The signature VOX 3-D contoured body of the SDC-33 ensures impeccable comfort and fatigue-free playing, offering a natural fit either seated or standing. Elegantly carved top surfaces result in a distinguished look and a comfortable playing position. Easy access to the upper frets is provided by the deeply cut inverse heel joint. Position dot markers are placed both on the fingerboard and on the side of the neck for fast reference. Quality Components The SDC-33 guitar uses the same MaxConnect aluminum bridge as the Virage, offering extended saddle travel for flawless intonation with any-gauge string. Strings slide in from under the back edge of the bridge to make changing strings a snap. The full contact shape and light weight combine to deliver thick, rich tone with clear, singing harmonics. VOX Super Smooth tuners offer the SDC-33 enhanced tuning stability, so you can play with confidence. The mahogany necks are topped with rosewood fingerboards. Uncompromised Tone 33 guitars offer a deep range of tonal choices. New CoAxe pickups feature two pickup elements; each delivers a unique and sophisticated tone, yet each one remains whisper-quiet. The passive analog tone circuitry offers both a Master Volume and a Master Tone control to refine your individual sound. Logically laid out and easy to use, the controls allow fast changes during performance. Neither a single-coil nor humbucker in the traditional sense, the CoAxe design incorporates a central row of pole-pieces encased in a high-impedance coil that’s flanked by two blades. The entire construction is then surrounded by a low-impedance winding, which cancels the hum. Chief designer Eric Kirkland says: „The basic idea is that the coils are coaxial: they’re on the same plane, not stacked. The advantage is that the center sensing coil can work like a true single-coil and the outer, noise-cancelling coil is outside the magnetic field, between the central poles and the blades.“ FEATURES Body Style: Double-cutaway solidbody, Mahogany with bound maple top. Hardware: Vox Super Smooth tuners and MaxConnect bridge Neck Material: Mahogany, glued-in Scale Length: 638mm (25.125″) No. Of Frets: 22 Nut Width: 43mm (1.7″) Bridge Pickup: Coaxe Neck Pickup: Coaxe Controls: Master volume and master tone, three way pickup selector switch and two way mode selector switch Hardware: Vox Super Smooth tuners and MaxConnect bridge
The Gibson Les Paul Melody Maker 2014 Electric Guitar celebrates Gibson’s 120th Anniversary in style. It has a thin profile mahogany body with a custom light maple top. The maple neck has a ’50s rounded profile. The rosewood fingerboard has dot inlays and sports a 120th Anniversary banner at the 12th fret. Other key features include P-90 pickups, max grip speed knobs, retro-white button tuners, Graph Tech nut and satin chrome wraparound bridge.
FEATURES Body: Thin profile body same as LP Custom Light Maple top / Mahogany back Neck: Maple, 50’s Rounded Profile Fingerboard: Rosewood dot inlays with 120th Anniversary logo Hardware: Satin chrome wraparound bridge, retro white button tuners, new larger strap pins Electronics: P-90’s Finish: 20 Sheen Ultra smooth satin Plastics: New Black Max Grip Speed Knobs Case: Premium Gig Bag Special 120th Anniversary features Banner inlay on all instruments at the 12th fret Max grip speed knobs New extra large strap button Cleartone coated strings Graph Tech nut Cryogenic treated fret wire for longer life and corrosion resistance
Brought back to life from the H-8 Hagstrom bass first introduced in the 1960’s, the HB-8 was designed and built to produce the tones reminiscent of yesteryear, while still being able to produce the familiar modern bass tones, as heard today.
Thanks to the pickup configuration of the 6-way rotary switch, a multitude of tones are possible with this 8-stringed monster!
1 – Neck + Bridge, Single coil (Outer Coils) 2 – Bridge, Single Coil (Outer Coil) 3 – Neck, Single Coil (Outer Coil) 4 – Neck + Bridge, Humbucking 5 – Bridge, Humbucking 6 – Neck, Humbucking The HB-8 has an extremely comfortable thin neck, which is further reinforced with Hagstrom’s own H-Expander truss rod to provide years of playing enjoyment for decades to come. The HB-8 has proven to be a fantastic tool for bassists, providing a new definition in tone and creation for all bass players alike. Thanks to the HB-8, the bassist can now take the limelight! Each individual string gauge is: 1st-G .040 2nd-G (Octave) .015 3rd-D .055 4th-D (Octave) .025 5th-A .070 6th-A (Octave) .040 7th-E .095 8th-E (Octave) .055 Specifications Body: Mahogany Neck: Bolt-on Hard Maple Fingerboard: Resinator™ with Hagstrom 6mm Dot Position Marks / 15 Inch Radius / Graph Tech™ Black Tusq XL 40mm nut Trussrod: H-Expander Tuning Keys: Hagstrom 17:1 Die Cast Scale Length: 30,75“ – 781 mm Pickups: 2 x Dyna Rail 1025HB/N Alnico 5 Pickup Selector: 6-Way Rotary Bridge: Hagstrom Heavy Duty 8-String Bridge, String Through Body Controls: 1 x Volume 1 x Tone
Take a Trip Back to the ’70s with This Amazing Strat! The FENDER® American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster® solidbody electric guitar brings back the classic vibe, looks, and sound of the best ’70s Strats — all in one guitar! This ash-bodied American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster features a comfortable, 3-bolt U-shaped neck (complete with Micro Tilt neck adjustment) and Fender’s distinctive large headstock design from the ’70s.
The hardware and 3-way pickup selector reflects the era, too. Fender made sure to include a 5-way switch with the accessories, just in case you ever want to add more tonal options. Three vintage-voiced single-coil pickups give a period-correct voice to the American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster®. Fender American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance: A ’70s legend returns Quality accessories included Vintage-style tremolo A ’70s legend returns When you’re talking iconic ’70s axes, you’re inevitably going to refer to the large-headstock Strats that populated the music world during that era. Fender brings back that great vibe with the American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster®, which includes the distinctive headstock design. You also get a 3-bolt neck with Fender’s Micro Tilt adjustment, a Bullet® truss rod adjustment nut, and „Diamond Head“ „F“ tuning machines, and specially voiced single-coil pickups. This Strat® will take you back! Quality accessories included The American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster comes with a deluxe black hardshell case that boasts a plush orange interior. You also get a strap, a cable, and a 5-position pickup selector switch (should you require more tonal options than the period-correct 3-position selector installed in the American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster allows). Vintage-style tremolo While there’s no denying the fact that Leo Fender’s guitar designs were an amazing blend of art and engineering, it was the erroneously named synchronized tremolo (it’s actually a vibrato) that may well have been his most inspired bit of engineering. With it you could bend notes or even entire chords up or down without throwing the guitar out of tune. Even though Fender has continued to improve upon the tremolo, many players simply prefer the look and feel of the original. This American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster includes a ’70-’71 vintage-correct bridge. Fender American Vintage ’70s Stratocaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: Color: Natural Body: Ash Neck: Maple, U shape (gloss urethane finish) Scale Length: 25.5″ Fingerboard: Rosewood, 7.25″ radius Width at Nut: 1.650″ No. of Frets: 21 vintage style Pickups: Three vintage style single-coil Strat pickups with Alnico 5 magnets Controls: Master Volume, Tone 1 (neck pickup), Tone 2 (middle pickup) Pickup Switching: 3-position blade (5-way switch included in kit) Bridge: Vintage-style Synchronized Tremolo Machine Heads: Fender Vintage „F“-Style tuning machines Hardware: Chrome Pickguard: 3-ply white Unique features: Large headstock, ’70s style decal, bullet truss rod adjustment nut 3-Bolt neck plate with Micro-Tilt™ neck adjustment Strings: Fender Super Bullets® 3250L, nickel-plated steel, .009 to .042 Accessories: Deluxe black hardshell case (orange interior), strap, cable, 5-position switch update kit
If you’ve ever seen Joe Bonamassa’s prodigious collection of guitars, then you know this man loves his Les Pauls. That’s one of the reasons this Epiphone Les Paul Joe Bonamassa Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue isn’t his first go-around when it comes to making a killer blues axe anyone can afford. That said, this is no stripped-down budget model – the Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue is absolutely loaded with Joe’s signature touches. Real Gibson BurstBuckers? Check! Classic ’59 „baseball bat“ neck? You got it! From the Grover 18:1 tuners to the LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge, the Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue guitar is a dyed-in-the-wool blues rock machine.
Joe’s acclaimed signature Les Paul Standard – in Pelham Blue! A duo of real Gibson humbuckers deliver rock-solid tone Beefy „baseball bat“ neck feels great and sustains beautifully Joe’s acclaimed signature Les Paul Standard – in Pelham Blue! Know one knows better than Sweetwater how incredibly popular the Epiphone Joe Bonamassa signature Gold Top Les Paul was, which is why we’re delighted to offer you this cool, limited-edition 2014 version decked out in classic Pelham Blue. Aside from the color, this instrument is a perfect reissue of the original, including its deep-set glued-in neck joint, carved hard maple top, and set of exquisite Gibson BurstBucker pickups for that timeless PAF tone. Other highlights include a hand-signed certificate of authenticity, Epiphone strap locks, precision Grover 18:1 machine heads, and a very attractive Lifton-style hardshell case. A duo of real Gibson humbuckers deliver rock-solid tone There’s a reason Joe Bonamassa keeps coming back to the tried-and-true combo of premium Gibson humbucking pickups. With a BurstBucker 3 at the bridge and a BurstBucker 2 at the neck, the Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue sounds as close to a vintage Les Paul as it gets. Specially engineered for authentic PAF tone, these humbuckers go from dark and intense to smokin‘ hot, delivering the classic bark and bite that rockers and blues guitarists have sought for decades. Beefy „baseball bat“ neck feels great and sustains beautifully If you like ‚em chunky, then this Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue is the axe for you. Far from the wafer-thin necks many modern shredders tout, this Les Paul sports an authentic 1959-style rounded D profile, affectionately known as the baseball bat neck carve. That said, this neck is fantastically comfortable to play, letting you really dig into each note and each chord. What’s more, serious blues cats will attest that this massy neck shape gives you truly epic sustain, something we’re sure you’ll dig whenever you take the lead. Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue Features: Joe Bonamassa’s popular Les Paul Standard in eye-catching Pelham Blue! Classic mahogany body with a carved hard maple top delivers fundamental Les Paul sound BurstBucker humbucking pickups let you tap into timeless PAF tone Beefy ’59 rounded D „baseball bat“ glued-in neck feels amazing and sustains like a dream LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge and Grover 18:1 tuning machines offer epic stability Includes a hand-signed certificate of authenticity and Epiphone strap locks Lifton-style hardshell case included Get smokin‘ blues rock tone with an Epiphone Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Standard Outfit in Pelham Blue! Tech Specs Body Type Les Paul Left-/Right-handed Right-handed Number of Strings 6 Body Material Mahogany Top Material Carved Hard Maple Cap Color Pelham Blue Neck Material Mahogany, Set Neck Shape ’59, D-proflie neck shape Scale Length 24.75″ Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 12″ Radius Fingerboard Inlay Pearloid Trapezoid Number of Frets 22, Medium Jumbo Nut Width 1.6875″ Bridge/Tailpiece LockTone Tune-o-Matic/Stopbar Tuners Grover, 18:1 Number of Pickups 2 Neck Pickup Gibson USA Burstbucker 2 humbucker Middle Pickup No middle pickup Bridge Pickup Gibson Burstbucker 3 humbucker Controls 2 x volume, 2 x tone, 3-way switch Case Included Hardshell Case Manufacturer Part Number ENJBPENH1
Second Hand, excellent condition. Inclusiv gig bag. The distinctive reversed six-a-side in-line peghead and striking asymmetric body add up to a statement of style with individuality and attitude to spare. The three pickup Esprit III is a rock monster in disguise with its feet firmly rooted in tradition, and a flair and versatility which belies its looks. The long tenon set-neck construction, combining a three-piece centre block agathis body with fast-playing maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, creates a solid platform for you to build your Esprit III’s tone. The distinctive reversed six-a-side in-line peghead, asymmetric body and WP90s, signature oversized pickguard all add up to a real statement of style with attitude. The reverse string tension and three stacked Fret-King WP90s give the Esprit III a huge range of core sounds. Master volume and master tone add to the dynamic and tonal range, while the Fret-King Vari-coil allows each of the stacked pickups to be rolled progressively back to single coil.
The Vari-coil and five-way switch offer endless permutations such as classic neck P90, that definitive bridge single coil, hot bridge humbucker, and then some. Can you imagine neck and middle, with the Vari-coil half way back, mid-tone and volume backed off a little, sweetness and power like no other guitar, or a middle position humbucker, swept back to a neck and middle `out of phase‘ setting in the flick of a switch Unconventional? Possibly. Versatile? Certainly. A strong statement of individuality? Most definitely!
Get a guitar with soul at a great price, with the Epiphone Dot Black Royale semi-hollowbody electric guitar. It’s based on the iconic ES-335, favored by legendary guitarists like Larry Carlton, Eric Johnson, and Dave Grohl, just to name a few. For pennies on the dollar compared to an original ES-335, you can get the classic feel and tone of one of modern music’s most-played guitars. With a maple body and mahogany neck, the Epiphone Dot Black Royale has singing sustain and warm, woody resonance that will inject some soul into any style of music you play. And with Alnico Classic humbucking pickups, you’ll be ready to take your tube amp from clean to over the top at your whim with the Epiphone Dot Black Royale semi-hollowbody electric guitar.
Epiphone Dot Black Royale Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar at a Glance: Distinct semi-hollowbody tone Understated elegance: the Black Royale effect Epiphone’s years of Dot experience Distinct semi-hollowbody tone If you’ve ever listened to any rock or blues from the ’60s, you’ve heard the classic tone you’ll find in the Dot Black Royale. The phrase „bell-like“ is most appropriate here, with notes that spring to life and then gently decay into a long sustain – perfect for leads and solos. While the tone can get bright and aggressive if you need it to, it’s the warm and smooth overdriven tones that made its predecessor, the ES-335, such a popular guitar for blues and jazz styles. You’ll get the same vintage vibe from the Epiphone Dot Black Royale. Understated elegance: the Black Royale effect The Epiphone Dot Black Royale sports Epi’s gorgeous Black Royale treatment. The Black Royale Series is all about understated – and perhaps a slight hint of menace. There’s just something about black with sparkling trim that suggests elegance. Then too, there’s also something about going onstage with a big semi-hollowbody Dot slung over your shoulder. However you decipher the visuals, the Epiphone Dot Black Royale sends a message – your musical message. Epiphone’s years of Dot experience Epiphone was already experienced in making semi-hollowbody electric guitars by the time the ES-335 became a hit in 1958-59. The Epiphone Riviera and Sheraton were two popular models at the time, and ’50s originals still sell for a pretty penny. So while the Epiphone Dot Black Royale is incredibly affordable, it’s still built with Epiphone’s 50+ years of experience in creating semi-hollowbody guitars with incredible tone and amazing value. Epiphone Dot Black Royale Semi-hollowbody Electric Guitar Features: Affordable re-creation of the classic ES-335 guitar from the late ’50s Black Royale treatment gives this guitar understated elegance Two attitude-laden humbucking pickups Tune-o-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for robust tuning stability Chrome hardware and body binding Alnico Classic humbucking pickups can deliver a wide range of tones SlimTaper neck profile, widely regarded as one of the most comfortable guitar neck shapes available The Epiphone Dot Black Royale semi-hollowbody electric guitar – vintage vibe at an amazing value!
Our Starplayer Special was first prototyped in 1992 and voted “Guitar of the Year” in UK in 2003. Our maple neck and rosewood fingerboard delivers a distinctive attack and clarity not usually associated with this body type.
The DSP with its Alder body comes with a 12mm/ 0.47” Canadian Maple top. These combinations present an exceptional sound and clarity that brings sweet thick tones and long sustain. A choice of opaque or sparkle colors impart a rich visual identity.
NECK Type: Bolt-on Wood: 2-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 Shape 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 BODY Top: Solid Alder Size: 44 x 32,5 x 5,3 cm – 17.32″ x 12.6″ x 2.1″ Binding: Cream Pickguard: Cream Finish: PUR lacquer HARDWARE Tuners: Duesenberg Z-Tuners, tulip buttons Bridge: Duesenberg steel saddle bridge Tailpiece: Aluminum stop tailpiece Strap Pins: Duesenberg standard Hardware Color: Nickel Strings: Duesenberg DSA10 (010-013-017-028-042-050) ELECTRICS Pickup (neck): Duesenberg Grand Vintage Humbucker Pickup (bridge): Duesenberg Crunchbucker Wiring: 1 volume, 1 multi-tone, 3-way pickup selector
This Gibson Custom Shop CS-356 Electric Guitar has an elegant and comfortable scaled-down ES double cutaway body with a carved top made of maple and a tonally carved mahogany back, centerblock, and sides. The one-piece mahogany neck has a 1960s SlimTaper profile that is ultra-fast and fully accessible. The guitar’s 22-fret Richlite fretboard is bound and adorned with mother-of-pearl block inlays. The Gibson CS-356 is loaded with Classic ’57 humbucker pickups with Alnico II magnets, giving you the sound that defined the music of the late-’50s. All the hardware on this beauty is brilliant gold, including the vintage Kluson tulip style tuners, the ABR-1 bridge and stopbar tailpiece. Comes with a hardshell guitar case.
Key features Rare 5A quilted maple top Mother of pearl inlays Corian nut over Richlite fingerboard Bound Tortiose pickguard Gibson 57 Classic pickups Gibson hardshell case and a Gibson Limited Lifetime Warranty FEATURES Body Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Maple Quilted Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: SlimTaper Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Fretboard Material: Richlite Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Pearl block Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: ™57 Classic Middle: Not applicable Bridge: ™57 Classic Brand: Gibson Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Fixed Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Stopbar Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Gold Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Pickups Case: Hardshell case Accessories: None Country of origin: United States
The American Standard Stratocaster solidbody electric guitar is the latest evolution of an American classic, priming it for the 21st century. The ash body with a maple neck and fingerboard stays true to the original recipe for classic tone. But this American Standard Strat packs a very different trio of pickups – Custom Shop Fat 50s single-coils, previously only reserved for Fender’s top-line Custom Shop guitars! These premium pickups pack all the bark and bite that made the Strat sound famous. You’ll also love the classic Fender touches and fan-favorites like hand-rolled fingerboard edges, staggered tuning machines, and aged knobs and pickups covers on the Fender American Standard Stratocaster solidbody electric guitar.
Jet Stream Blue. One of a number of ways Fender keeps the format fresh is with special and limited-edition runs, and the latest one has just arrived in the shape of a series of Mexican Strats in special-colour finishes. The twist with this latest special edition is that all the guitars are finished in vintage car colours that weren’t originally used by Fender. We’re taking a look at two here: a ’50s-style Strat finished in Apple Green and a ’60s version in Canary Diamond Yellow. And if they don’t float your boat, the ’50s is also available in Jetstream Blue and Rangoon Red; the ’60s in Lilac and Cerulean Blue.
use, both the ’50s and ’60s guitars have all the sounds you expect to get from a Strat – we particularly liked the neck and position 2 (bridge and middle) settings with a little top rolled off. The bridge pickup is good, but a little too raspy; it’s very difficult to get a perfect balance of body combined with the aggressive top that a great Strat bridge pickup needs, while retaining subtlety and sustain when played clean. For us, the bridge pickups on these guitars are a decent seven out of 10: great for overdriven blues or rock, less so for country, slide and roots stuff. Use a decent compressor and a touch of reverb, though, and you can pick like Knopfler, or play over the end of the neck while holding the vibrato arm for a passable Marvin sound. While the ’60s neck looks the part with its dark rosewood ‚board, we actually found the lacquered maple ’50s Strat nicer to play – it was easier to bend notes and doublestops and just felt a little friendlier, with a touch more sustain.
Epiphone’s long friendship with innovator Les Paul dates back to the late ’30s and early ’40s when Les and fellow guitarists such as Charlie Christian and George Barnes were at the forefront of jazz guitar. Epi Stathopoulos and Les were good friends and Epi would let Les use the Epiphone factory on 14th Street in New York City at night after hours to experiment on guitar and pickup designs. This also was the era when Les, inspired by the stinging sustain heard in electric steel guitars, began dreaming of making a solidbody guitar. He built his first, the legendary „Log,“ at the Epi factory in 1941. Over the years, Les continued to work closely with Epiphone luthiers, reviewing new product ideas and offering suggestions.
Now, the Epiphone Les Paul Tribute Plus honors Epiphone’s friendship with Les by combining his classic design features with legendary Epiphone quality and value with the added power of Gibson USA ’57 Classic humbuckers. But this guitar is not just about recreating the „old,“ it’s also about looking ahead, just as Les himself continued to do throughout his lifetime. Using 4-conductor pickup wiring, Epiphone has added two push/pull tone pots to allow for series/parallel pickup switching. The result is a Les Paul with all the standard sounds plus a huge palette of tonal possibilities at your fingertips. The Les Paul Tribute Plus also features Epiphone’s famous built-to-last hardware and electronics including a U.S. Switchcraft 3-way toggle, Mallory-150 tone capacitors, Epiphone StrapLocks, 16:1 ratio premium Grover locking tuners, and a premium hardshell case. Resonant mahogany body with Classic Les paul design Upgraded hard maple cap and AAA flame maple veneer Gibson USA ’57 Classic humbuckings with series/parallel switching Grover locking tuning machines Hardshell case included Mahogany body Hard maple cap and AAA flame maple veneer 24.75″ Scale mahogany set-in neck Rosewood fretboard with 12″ radius and 22 medium-jumbo frets Gibson USA ’57 Classic humbucking neck pickup (4-wire) Gibson USA ’57 Classic Plus humbucking bridge pickup (4-wire) Individual volume and push/pull tone controls Locktone tune-o-matic bridge Locktone stopbar tailpiece Grover locking tuning machines Hardshell case included
Inklusiv Gigbag Deluxe. The Casino Coupe is the legendary Casino reborn in an ES-339 body size. It’s a racecar-sized, super slick coupe version of the legendary hollowbody that since its release in 1961, has been a favorite of tone connoisseurs from Keith Richards to The Beatles, to GRAMMY winner Gary Clark Jr.
The new Epiphone Casino Coupe has all of the Casino’s trademark tone features–from neck size to tone woods to pickups–but in a “Coupe” size for easy travel. Now you can play the legendary archtop in a smaller size without a smaller sound.
SPECIFICATIONS Body Laminated Maple 5-layer Top Laminated Maple 5-layer Neck Mahogany Neck Shape 1960s SlimTaper™ Neck Joint Set-neck Scale Length 24.75” Fingerboard Material Rosewood Fingerboard Inlays Parallelogram Pearloid inlays Fingerboard Radius 12” Frets 22 medium jumbo Neck Pickup Epiphone P90R Bridge Pickup Epiphone P90T Controls Neck volume Neck Tone Bridge Volume Bridge Tone Pickup Selector 3-way Epiphone toggle Nut Imitation Bone Nut Width 1.68” Binding Body Top: Ivory 1-layer Body Back: Ivory 1-layer Hardware Nickel Headstock Logo Vintage Epiphone in Pearloid Truss Rod Cover Bullet shape with black/white 2-layer Truss Rod Cover Logo Historic “E” in while silkprint Machine Heads “Deluxe” with small metal buttons 14:1 ratio Knobs Top Hat with metal inserts and pointers Headstock Sloped Dovewing with 14 degree angle Bridge LockTone™ Tune-o-matic Tailpiece Coupe Trapeze Strap Buttons Yes Sound Hole Label 1960s style orange oval Pickguard PVC white and black 3-layer Pickguard Logo Historic metal “E” Output ¼” Epiphone Heady Duty non-rotating Includes Guitar User’s Manual Truss Rod Wrench Available Colors Cherry, Natural, Vintage Sunburst Typical Weight (+/- 5%) 5.9 lbs Strings D’Addario® 10, 13, 17, 26, 36, 46
Over a dozen new innovations, such as fourth-generation noiseless pickups and high-mass, full-sustain saddles, conspire to make the American Elite Stratocaster one of the best modern Strats for the money. The classic tone cocktail of an alder body and maple neck provides the same punch, bite, and twang that built Fender’s empire, but the expanded 10-way S-1 pickup switching system and comfortable compound-radius neck will give even veteran Strat players reason to upgrade. Fender’s tremolo system is also better than ever for the American Elite, with a smoother response and a copper-infused bridge plate to help fight tuning slippage.
Fender Stratocaster: the look and sound of rock ’n‘ roll Fourth-generation Fender noiseless pickups with S-1 switching No-slip tremolo bridge adds texture to chords and leads Fender Stratocaster: the look and sound of rock ’n‘ roll The Fender Stratocaster has helped shape the sound of rock ’n‘ roll for the past 60 years, from psychedelia and surf rock to punk rock and metal. The Fender American Elite carries on that tradition today with the classic build players love – a comfortable, lightweight alder body and fast maple neck for superior tone and playability – with over a dozen new innovations to continue to inspire great music for the next generation. Fourth-generation Fender noiseless pickups with S-1 switching Fourth-generation noiseless pickups give the American Elite the classic Strat sound without the hum and buzz. And for exciting tonal options, the American Elite’s S-1 switching gives you 10 total pickup options – which include running all three in series – with the push of a button. Sweetwater Strat purists appreciate that Fender built the S-1 switch discreetly into the volume knob for an unmodded, timeless look. No-slip tremolo bridge adds texture to chords and leads The quintessential Fender tremolo is now even better. The American Elite moves from shimmery chords to distinct vibrato and beyond with a natural response that won’t strain your hand. You can dive-bomb confidently thanks to a set of locking tuners on one end and a high-mass, copper-infused bridge plate on the other to help fight tuning slippage. Fender American Elite Stratocaster Electric Guitar Features: Fender noiseless single-coil pickups (4th generation) S-1 switch provides 10 pickup options for exciting new tones Select alder body for light weight and a punchy, balanced sound C-shaped compound maple neck with a fast satin finish and heel contour Rosewood fretboard has a warm response and smooth touch Tremolo bridge adds texture to chords and leads High-mass saddles for added chime and sustain Locking tuners for tuning stability and quick string changes
The T S/H-1 is updated model, based on Schecter’s Tempest shape, has a single cat’s eye sound port with a semi-hollow maple body, modified to be slightly larger to take advantage of the semi-hollow body’s acoustic properties. A 24-3/4″ scale maple neck is topped with a rosewood fretboard with mother-of-pearl block inlays.
Design features unique to the T S/H-1 include a specially designed Vintage ‚S‘ tailpiece, that creates higher string tension at the bridge to produce more sustain and balanced tone. The Schecter SuperRock MH humbuckers with ceramic magnets are overwound to provide increased output and treble bite while retaining classic vintage looks while a separate coil-splitting toggle switch gives you more tonal flexibility. Pro-quality appointments include chrome Grover tuners, TonePros locking bridge, and Graph Tech Tusq XL.
Case sold separately.
Semi-hollow maple body Maple neck 24-3/4″ scale Rosewood fretboard Mother-of-pearl block inlays Ceramic magnet Schecter SuperRock MH humbuckers Coil-splitting toggle swithc Tune-o-matic-style bridge Specially designed Vintage ‚S‘ trapeze tailpiece Case sold separately
Second hand, excellent condition, NOS. this guitar has been in our store for many years. It has been seldom played and is in new condition. Jackson DK2 Dinky Hot Rod Flames Electric Guitar
The Jackson DK2 Dinky Electric Guitar is both a looker and a screamer with Seymour Duncan STK-1s in the neck/mid and a Duncan JB in the bridge position and flashy finishes. The alder body is fitted with a shred-eriffic rock maple neck and a bound compound-radius rosewood fretboard. Transparent finish models have a stunning flamed maple top.
A scalloped heel means uninhibited access to the upper frets, while a Floyd Rose double-locking trem let’s ayou dive as deep as you want. A deluxe Jackson molded case by SKB comes with the package to protect your investment and keep it looking good. Jackson’s compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you’ll play better. Features Alder body with flamed maple top (transparent finishes only) Made in the Japanese factory that has been making Jacksons for export for more than 20 years Rock maple bolt-on neck Bound rosewood compound-radius fingerboard Seymour Duncan pickups: STK-1 single-coil (mid and neck), JB TB4 humbucker (bridge) 24 Jumbo frets matching headstock with pinstripe Jackson-licensed Floyd Rose low-profile double locking trem Sharkfin inlays Ivoroid binding Black hardware Sealed die-cast tuners Floyd Rose Licensed Jackson Low Profile JT580 LP double-locking 2-Point Tremolo
The Gibson Les Paul Tribute to Les electric guitar pays homage to the legendary guitar and music innovator. This incredible guitar has many of the features of the original Les Pauls of the early ’50s that Les worked with Gibson to build. The 1-piece mahogany body with no weight relief, dual P-90 pickups, Orange Drop capacitors and a wraparound trapeze tailpiece give you that ’50s Les Paul look and tone. Some unique touches that pay tribute to Les Paul will make the guitar really stand out. A maple veneer on the headstock features Les‘ photo, laser-etched. Gibson also outfitted the guitar with a Lester William Polsfuss stamped pickguard in his handwriting. All in all, the Les Paul Tribute to Les guitar is meant to be displayed for all who remember Les and his remarkable spirit. Limited run of 400 pieces worldwide.
– Top: maple – Body: 1-Piece mahogany, no weight relief – Neck: mahogany, Traditional ‚Thick‘ Profile, maple head veneer with Les photo laser etched – Fingerboard: rosewood, Cream Binding, Trapezoid Inlays – Hardware: Chrome, Wraparound Trapeze Tailpiece matching Les 1952 patent – Electronics: Dual P-90, Orange Drop Capacitors – Plastics: Cream, Lester William Polsfuss stamped pickguard in his handwriting – Case: Textured Brown exterior / Custom fleece interior
Bridging the gap between Fender’s ultra-progressive Aerodyne body profile and vintage Fender instruments, the Aerodyne Classic Stratocaster is the most comfortable Strat ever! A basswood body with uniquely radiused figured maple top is joined to a maple C-shaped neck with matching headstock and ergonomic 7-1/4″ radius rosewood fretboard. Creme body binding, chrome hardware, and unique mint green pickguard give it a totally unique look that’s still all Stratocaster, while the Standard Strat pickups deliver classic tone.
Tonally flexible, the pair of angled single-coil pickups make every note and chord pop with authentic Fender tone. These low-output pickups have a balanced voice with bell-like upper harmonics, punchy mids and thick lows for a sound that easily cuts through a mix. Master volume and tone controls, along with a three-way pickup switch craft your sound. Topped by a 9.5”-radius maple fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets, the “C”-shaped maple neck is comfortable for all playing styles and ideal for players with smaller hands, or those who use extended chord forms. The six-saddle string-through-body hardtail Strat® bridge increases sustain while the bent steel saddles add a touch of “cut” to your tone, and are adjustable for spot-on intonation. The 24” scale adds a bit of warmth and thickness to the guitar’s inherent tone, while granting a slinkier playing feel, making it easier to perform multi-step bends.
The guitar’s smaller body is perfect for energetic stage performances and ideal for those with smaller frames while retaining Fender’s famous ergonomic design aesthetic. A gloss polyester finish protects the body while the neck bears a satin polyurethane finish for fast, easy playability. The aesthetic appointments add a touch of classic Fender style to this modernized design for dazzling style under the spotlights. A cult favorite, the Mustang has evolved from a student-oriented model to the underground champion that laid the foundation for grunge and modern alternative rock.
Epiphone’s first Masterbilt archtops quickly rose to popularity during the 1930s “Big Band” era and were renowned for their warm woody tone, wide tonal range and punchy volume. However, with the invention of the electric guitar pickup, archtop acoustic guitars quickly became equipped with magnetic amplification and were for the most part, forever transformed into “electric” guitars. Until now…
Epiphone, the leader in affordable professional archtop guitars, reinvents the archtop again by combining our original, time-tested designs with 21st century acoustic guitar electronics to bring you the new Masterbilt Century Collection™. The first collection of archtop “acoustic/electric” guitars designed to be played and amplified as true acoustic instruments. Just play one and you will immediately feel and hear the difference between today’s common “flat top” acoustic guitar and the unique voice of a Masterbilt Century. Plug one in and prepare to be amazed! Really. You have to hear it to believe it. Now with the eSonic™ HD preamp and Shadow NanoFlex™ HD Under-saddle pickup, you can plug in any Masterbilt Century archtop acoustic/electric into an amp or any PA and hear your guitar’s beautiful and dynamic true acoustic tone on any size stage. For flattop guitarists who have only played old plywood archtops, the sound of a Masterbilt Century guitars will be a revelation. Get ready for a totally new acoustic guitar experience! PRODUCT FEATURES Historic Epiphone Archtop Design with f-holes Solid Spruce Top with Longitudinal Bracing True Acoustic Sound with Sonic™ HD Preamp/NanoFlex™ HD pickup Ebony Fretboard Historic Tuners and Headstock Inlay Design SPECIFICATIONS Finish Aged Gloss Hardware Aged Nickel Top Solid Spruce; Longitudinal Bracing Body Laminated Flame Maple Body Dimensions Lower Bout = 17″ Upper Bout = 12.6″ Waist = 10.25″ Body Length = 21″ Neck 5-pc Laminated; Hard Maple/Mahogany Neck Profile Rounded „C“ shape Weight 5.75 lbs Preamp eSonic™ HD (High Definition) Controls Master Volume & Master EQ Pickup Shadow NanoFlex™ HD; Under-saddle Power 9 Volt Battery Output Jack 1/4″ Truss Rod Dual-Action Truss Rod Cover Black PVC „Bullet“; 1-layer Neck Joint Dovetail; Glued-In Fingerboard Ebony F’Brd Inlay Pearloid „Notched Diamond“ Headstock Historic Epiphone Dovewing with Pearloid „Banner“ logos Tuners Historic Epiphone Reissue Tuners with Marboloid „Crown“ buttons; Improved to 18:1 ratio Frets 20; Medium Nut Bone Nut Width 1.69″ (43mm) Scale Length 25.5″ Strings Cleartone®; 12-53 Bridge Floating Adjustable; Ebonoid Saddle Compensated; Artificial Bone Tailpiece Historic Epiphone Trapeze Binding Body Top – 3-Layer Body Back – 3-Layer Fingerboard – 1-Layer Headstock – None „F“ Hole – None Pickguard Imitation Tortoise Strap Buttons Yes Serial Number 1930’s Era Replica Soundhole Label
The new classic beauty. The Les Paul Standard 2017 T benefits from several groundbreaking updates. New Ultra-Modern weight relief allows for comfortable play and greater sonic depth. A luscious Grade-AAA flame maple top harks to the classic beauty of the ’Burst. An asymmetrical slim-taper neck profile with a compound-radius fingerboard and rolled binding team up for outstanding comfort, speed and bend-ability. And push-pull switching on all four knobs for coil tapping on both pickups, a pure bypass, and phase reverse all combine in a truly modern Les Paul that still looks legendary. This stellar guitar is delivered in a classic brown Gibson hardshell case with a Gibson multi-tool, a premium leather strap and a polishing cloth.
Body shape:Les Paul Body type:Solid Body Body material:Mahogany Top wood:AAA Flamed Maple Body wood:Mahogany Body finish:Select finish Orientation:Right Hand Neck Neck shape:Asymmetrical Slim Taper Neck wood:Mahogany Joint:Set Neck Scale length:24.75 Truss rod:Single Action Neck finish:Select finish Fretboard Material:Rosewood Radius:Compound Radius Fret size:Medium Number of frets:22 Inlays:Trapezoid Nut width:1.695″ Pickups Configuration:Dual Humbuckers Neck:Burstbucker Pro Rhythm Middle: N/A Bridge:Burstbucker Pro Lead Brand: Gibson Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics:Hand-wired with orange drop capacitors; phase reverse Controls Control layout:2 volumes, 2 tones Pickup switch:3-way switch Coil tap or split: Coil tapping Kill switch: Hardware Bridge type:Tune-o-matic Bridge design: Tailpiece:Stop Bar Tuning machines:Grover Locking Kidneys Color:Chrome Other Number of strings:6 Special features: Coil tapping, pure bypass, phase reverse Case:Hardshell Case Accessories:Owners Manual, Truss Rod Wrench
The Les Paul Studio is as celebrated by live performers as it is by session players. The Gibson Les Paul Studio T treads new ground with its coil tapped complement of 498T/490R pickups. This combination unlocks plenty of creative textures to flesh out ideas in the studio or onstage, from classic cleans and modern drive to single-coil cluck. The Studio T benefits from an Ultra-Modern weight-relieved body. This reduction in weight of more than a pound provides extra comfort for those long nights spent bent over a console. And a feature your fingers will thank you for is the SlimTaper mahogany neck, which honors the fast style beloved by fans of ’60s Les Pauls. Dependable Grover kidney tuners keep this Les Paul Studio stable.
Plek’d for precision playability Classic mahogany/maple body is weight relieved for comfort SlimTaper mahogany neck plays fast and smooth Plek’d for precision playability This Les Paul Studio 2017 T feels fast and precise, thanks in large part to Plek processing. Typically reserved for top-dollar custom guitars, this process levels the frets with pinpoint precision, providing you with the most playable fretboard you’re likely to own. Each note rings loud and clear, and the fret edges feel smooth as silk. Classic mahogany/maple body is weight relieved for comfort You can’t deny two fundamental guitar truths: early Les Pauls were glorious, but they were also heavy. That’s the trade-off of strapping a solid slab of mahogany to your body. But Gibson has done something special with the Les Paul Studio T’s Ultra-Modern, weight-relieved body. It retains the chime and resonance of slab Les Pauls at a big reduction in weight. This just means you can enjoy yourself onstage for longer, and drag yourself out of bed earlier, with the Gibson Les Paul Studio T. SlimTaper mahogany neck plays fast and smooth The neck on this Studio T Les Paul is a breath of fresh air. Its SlimTaper neck profile conforms naturally to the hand, for smooth leads up top and fast licks down low. If you’re looking for the comfort of a ’60s Gibson, Sweetwater suggests checking out the Studio T. Gibson Les Paul Studio T Electric Guitar Features: A stage and studio workhorse Ultra-Modern, weight-relieved body allows for longer sets and sessions Mahogany SlimTaper neck plays like a ’60s favorite Rosewood fingerboard delivers classic Les Paul sustain Coil tapped 498T/490R pickups provide classic PAF cleans to quacky single-coil cluck Grover kidney tuners are studio stable Aluminum Tune-o-matic bridge is lightweight and tonally matched to the guitar Plek’d for precision playability
The 2017 SG Special T is the perfect guitar for the player who desires vintage looks and authentic Gibson tones, but also wants to get the best that Gibson’s modern construction methods have to offer. A satin finish, nickel-plated hardware, and vintage-style keystone tuners give this SG Special the traditional vibe that we all love. Its slim-taper neck, modern pickups, and small-block inlays suit it to today’s most demanding players—and it all comes at a truly stunning price for a genuine American-made Gibson guitar. Delivered in a padded gig bag with a strap and polishing cloth.
Body shape:SG Body type:Solid Body Body material:Mahogany Top wood:Mahogany Body wood:Mahogany Body finish:Select finish Orientation:Right Handed Neck Neck shape:Slim Taper Neck wood:Mahogany Joint:Set Neck Scale length:24.75 Truss rod:Single Action Neck finish:Select finish Fretboard Material:Rosewood Radius:12″ Fret size:Medium Number of frets:22 Inlays:Dot Nut width:1.695 Pickups Configuration:Dual Humbuckers Neck:Gibson 490R Middle: N/A Bridge:Gibson 490T Brand: Gibson Active or passive: Passive Series or parallel: Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout:2 volume, 2 tone knobs Pickup switch:3-way switch Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type:Tune-o-matic Bridge design: Tailpiece:Stop Bar Tuning machines:Vitnage Style Keystone Tuners Color:Nickel Other Number of strings:6 Special features: Case:Gig bag Accessories:Owners Manual, Truss Rod Wrench
The Gretsch G6119T-62GE Vintage Select 1962 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose hollowbody electric guitar’s sound has been described as „sweet as honey.“ This period-correct performer is built from arched laminated maple, yielding a highly resonant snap that sounds incredible when paired with its vintage-voiced TV Jones Hilo’Tron single-coil pickups. An insanely slick standard U-shaped maple neck and rosewood fingerboard provide loads of playing comfort. Topped off with simulated F-holes and a Bigsby tailpiece, the Gretsch G6119T-62GE Vintage Select 1962 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose hollowbody electric guitar delivers the sound of early rock ’n‘ roll.
Arched maple body provides your tone with excellent definition Sweet vintage tone from TV Jones Hilo’Tron pickups Two volume controls + one tone control = exceptional sonic flexibility Bigsby tailpiece yields smooth vibrato action Hollowbody electric guitar with period-correct specs Arched maple body delivers a deliciously snappy, open tone TV Jones Hilo’Tron pickups yield sweet vintage character Highly playable standard U-shaped maple neck with rosewood fingerboard 2 volume controls and 1 tone control create exceptional sonic flexibility Bigsby tailpiece provides smooth vibrato action
The Gretsch G2655T Streamliner Center Block Junior Double Cutaway semi-hollowbody electric guitar was built for players looking for an affordable guitar that blends the identifiable Gretsch sound with high-gain rock tones. Two high-output, custom-wound Broad’Tron humbucking pickups effortlessly push amplifiers into overdrive, while the spruce centerblock in the body resists feedback at loud volumes. And a Bigsby licensed B-50 vibrato gives the G2655T subtle pitch control. The Gretsch G2655T Streamliner Center Block Junior is a wonderful blend of old-school personality and new-school tonality.
Developed by vintage pickup master Tim Shaw, the brand-new V-Mod single-coil pickups are voiced specifically for each position, mixing alnico magnet types to produce powerful, nuanced tones with original Fender sonic DNA. The newly redesigned Telecaster bridge sports three compensated brass barrel saddles for the perfect combination of vintage style with modern feel and performance. Retain high-end clarity when adjusting the volume controls, thanks to the new treble-bleed tone circuit that lets your tone shine through in all its glory. The modern “Deep C”- shaped neck profile feels just right in your hand while the narrow-tall frets make it easy to bend strings accurately and play perfectly intonated chords.
Body shape: Single cutaway Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Alder, Ash on 2-Color Sunburst, Natural, Crimson Red Transparent and Butterscotch Blonde Body finish: Gloss Polyurethane Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Modern Deep C Neck wood: Maple Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 25.5 in. Truss rod: Dual-action Neck finish: Satin Fretboard Material: Maple Radius: 9.5 in. Fret size: Tall narrow Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dot Nut width: 1.687 in. (42.8 mm) Pickups Configuration: SS Neck: V-Mod Single-Coil Telecaster Middle: Not applicable Bridge: V-Mod Single-Coil Telecaster Brand: Fender Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Master volume, tone Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Fixed Bridge design: 3-saddle vintage-style Tailpiece: Not applicable Tuning machines: Deluxe staggered Color: Nickel/chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Electronics Case: Hardshell case
The Jaguar was always an adventurous design, and the Fender American Professional Jaguar solidbody electric guitar keeps the adventure alive. A classic combination of chrome, plastic, and alder delivers the classic „Fender sound,“ which is kicked into overdrive by a set of overwound V-Mod single-coil pickups. A treble bleed circuit ensures ample high end at all volume settings. You’ll love the feel of this guitar’s rosewood-topped Deep „C“ neck, with its shorter 24″ scale and easy-playing narrow-tall frets. Experience extreme stability, by virtue of this guitar’s redesigned bridge and tremolo. The Fender American Professional Jaguar is the next stage of the solidbody electric guitar’s evolution.
The V-Mod pickups in the Fender American Professional Jaguar were developed by Michael Frank-Braun, the same guy who created the legendary pickups for the Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster. These overwound single-coil pickups are brimming with vintage-inspired warmth, and they churn out punchy high-output tones by the truckload. By virtue of the American Professional Jaguar’s treble bleed circuit, they sound good no matter where you set your volume knob. Eminently playable Deep „C“ neck with narrow-tall frets The Fender American Professional Jaguar is a treat to play, largely because of its cozy Deep C-shaped neck. This is a thick neck — somewhere between a Modern C- and U-shaped profile — and its increased mass yields an incredibly natural feel, as well as excellent sustain. And wait until you experience the American Professional Jaguar’s fast-playing rosewood fingerboard with narrow-tall frets. Bending notes and playing chords up high on the neck have never been easier. Improved bridge and tremolo for increased stability It’s clear that the updated bridge and tremolo on the Fender American Professional Jaguar were designed with stability in mind. We gave this guitar quite a workout here at Sweetwater, and its brass saddles kept its strings firmly in place. And the screw-in arm makes dialing in your ideal arm tension easy. Fender American Professional Jaguar Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: A classic solidbody electric guitar with modern refinements Comfortable offset alder body produces the classic „Fender sound“ Overwound V-Mod single-coil pickups create loads of hot-rodded vintage-inspired warmth Treble bleed circuit preserves your high end at all volume settings Comfortable short-scale 24″ neck features a rosewood fingerboard with bone nut and narrow-tall frets Redesigned bridge and tremolo take stability to a whole new level Body Type Solidbody Body Shape Jaguar Left-/Right-handed Right-handed Number of Strings 6 Body Material Alder Body Finish Gloss Polyurethane Color Olympic White Neck Material Maple Neck Shape Deep C profile Radius 9.5″ Fingerboard Material Rosewood Fingerboard Inlay Dots Number of Frets 22, Narrow Tall Scale Length 24″ Nut Width 1.685″ Nut Material Bone Bridge/Tailpiece Brass Mustang saddles, screw in trem arm Tuners Modern staggered cast/sealed Neck Pickup V-Mod Jaguar Single-coil Bridge Pickup V-Mod Jaguar Single-coil Controls 1 x master volume (treble bleed circuit), 1 x master tone, 2-way slide switch (phase), 4-way blade pickup switch Strings 9-42 Case Included Elite Hardshell case Manufacturer Part Number 0114010705
The Fender Deluxe Nashville Telecaster solidbody electric guitar delivers classic Tele playability, plus expanded sonic options thanks to its three-pickup configuration and five-way switching. At the bridge and neck positions, you’ll find Fender’s Vintage Noiseless Tele single-coil pickups, delivering vintage Tele tone without the vintage hum. And with a Vintage Noiseless Strat pickup in between, you’ve got way more sonic versatility than with a two-pickup Tele. Guitarists at Sweetwater agree – there’s a ton of value in the Fender Deluxe Nashville Telecaster.
Huge tonal range from three pickups and five-way switching String-through design enhances your sustain and definition Fender’s Deluxe Series delivers maximum bang for your buck Huge tonal range from three pickups and five-way switching Fender put a Vintage Noiseless Strat single-coil pickup in between the neck and bridge Vintage Noiseless Tele pickups on the Deluxe Nashville Telecaster, and it gives you more tone options than you have with two-pickup Teles. You get access to the warm-yet-biting tone you get from a Strat’s middle pickup position, from rich rhythm tones to snappy, overdriven leads. If you’re already a Tele player, then you’ll hear your guitar rig in a whole new light with the Deluxe Nashville Tele. String-through design enhances your sustain and definition Your solos will sound epic with the Fender Deluxe Nashville Tele. The string-through-body design is a recipe for sustain that lasts for days. And this Tele bridge also sports six adjustable saddles, giving you superior intonation, too. Fender’s Deluxe Series delivers maximum bang for your buck The unique Deluxe Nashville Tele is a great example of Fender’s Deluxe Series, which brings you classic Fender guitars with deluxe electronics and modern features at a great price. Deluxe Series guitars and basses feature electronics combinations you don’t normally find, like unique switching options or hot-rodded pickup combinations, plus modern playability with Fender’s modern C-shaped neck profile. To seal the deal, you also get a healthy dose of stylish appointments on the Deluxe Nashville Tele. Fender Deluxe Nashville Tele Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: Classic Telecaster design, hot-rodded with 3 pickups and 5-way switching Vintage Noiseless Tele and Strat pickups for vintage tone without the vintage hum String-through-body design enhances your sustain and note definition Vintage-style 6-saddle bridge provides exceptional intonation Much wider sonic range than most 2-pickup Teles
Fat, hard-rockin’ sound and elegant Fender style unite in the Deluxe Strat HSS, a versatile tone machine with power to spare. The rich, warm humbucking bridge pickup adds a touch of thickness to the instrument’s voice, while special electronics ensure traditional Strat tone is close at hand; ready to go at a moment’s notice. A time-tested performer on stage and in the studio, this graceful performer with smooth, comfortable playing feel will easily handle any sonic needs that arise.
Two noise-free, highly articulate Vintage Noiseless pickups inhabit the neck and middle positions, cranking out traditional, crisp Strat tones. The Twin Head Vintage humbucking pickup in the bridge position has moderate output, warm tone and even string response, as well as including a thick aluminum base plate to reduce magnetic interference. For traditional Strat tones, simply tap the S-1 switch atop the volume knob to select the rear coil of the bridge pickup—voila,
instant classic Strat sound.
The Fender American Professional Telecaster solidbody electric guitar has been crafted to give you the best design elements from classic vintage Teles, along with the most popular modern features, in one gig-ready instrument. Tim Shaw designed the two V-mod single-coil pickups for a vintage voice that is balanced across all the switch positions. And Fender’s popular neck carve has been enhanced to a Deep-C profile that increases playing comfort. With all the elements that make Fender guitars legendary, the Fender American Professional Telecaster is a classic that will feel right at home in your hands.
A great set of vintage Tele single-coil pickups should sound crystal clear, perfectly reflect your playing dynamics, and be able to get gritty and aggressive when needed. Pickup guru Tim Shaw designed this set of V-Mod single-coils to do just that. But unlike vintage pickups, the V-Mod single-coils are crafted with different alnico magnets in both pickups. This means you’ll enjoy consistent output across all the three pickup positions. And the onboard treble bleed circuit ensures your tone stays clear and present when lowering the guitar’s volume. The Deep-C neck profile that you’ll find on the Fender American Professional Telecaster solidbody electric guitar is a slight upgrade from the Fender American neck players have been in love with for years. By adding a touch more roundness to the back, the Deep-C carve fills your hand perfectly while never inhibiting your playing technique. And your fingers will immediately notice how much control they have on the fretboard’s narrow-tall frets. This fret wire is the most requested size at the Fender Custom Shop, and for good reason. Another way the Fender American Professional Telecaster blends the best of old and new is its bridge design. Back are the three brass-barrel saddles that helped imbue vintage Teles with their unmistakable twang. But this guitar’s brass saddles are compensated to achieve flawless intonation all the way up and down the fretboard. And the „ashtray“ bridge plate is designed to give your picking hand plenty of room, even while palm muting.
The Fender American Professional Jazzmaster solidbody electric guitar takes a classic design and perfects it. It starts with a comfortable offset alder body. Alder is largely responsible for the classic „Fender sound,“ and this guitar’s overwound single-coil pickups take that sound to new heights with loads of hot-rodded vintage-inspired warmth. Experience great tone at all volume settings, thanks to a treble bleed circuit. Wrapping your hand around this guitar’s maple-topped Deep „C“ neck is pure joy, and its narrow-tall frets make bending and chording up the neck effortless. This guitar’s redesigned bridge and tremolo take stability to a whole new level. The Fender American Professional Jazzmaster sets a new standard for solidbody electric guitars.
The V-Mod pickups in the Fender American Professional Jazzmaster were developed by Michael Frank-Braun, the same guy who created the legendary pickups for the Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster. These overwound single-coil pickups are brimming with vintage-inspired warmth, and they churn out punchy high-output tones by the truckload. By virtue of the American Professional Jazzmaster’s treble bleed circuit, they sound good no matter where you set your volume knob. Eminently playable Deep „C“ neck with narrow-tall frets The Fender American Professional Jazzmaster is a treat to play, largely because of its cozy Deep C-shaped neck. This is a thick neck — somewhere between a Modern C- and U-shaped profile — and its increased mass yields an incredibly natural feel, as well as excellent sustain. And wait until you experience the fast-playing maple fingerboard with narrow-tall frets. Bending notes and playing chords high on the neck have never been easier. Improved bridge and tremolo for increased stability It’s clear that the updated bridge and tremolo on the Fender American Professional Jazzmaster were designed with stability in mind. We gave this guitar quite a workout here at Sweetwater, and its brass saddles kept its strings firmly in place. And the screw-in arm makes dialing in your ideal arm tension easy. Fender American Professional Jazzmaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features: A classic solidbody electric guitar with modern refinements Comfortable offset alder body produces the classic „Fender sound“ Overwound V-Mod single-coil pickups create loads of hot-rodded vintage-inspired warmth Treble bleed circuit preserves your high end at all volume settings Highly playable Deep „C“ neck features a maple fingerboard with bone nut and narrow-tall frets Redesigned bridge and tremolo take stability to a whole new level Body Type Solidbody Body Shape Jazzmaster Left-/Right-handed Right-handed Number of Strings 6 Body Material Alder Body Finish Gloss Polyurethane Color Mystic Seafoam Neck Material Maple Neck Shape Deep C profile Radius 9.5″ Fingerboard Material Maple Fingerboard Inlay Dots Number of Frets 22, Narrow Tall Scale Length 25.5″ Nut Width 1.685″ Nut Material Bone Bridge/Tailpiece Brass Mustang saddles, screw-in trem arm Tuners Modern staggered cast/sealed Neck Pickup V-Mod Jazzmaster Single-coil Bridge Pickup V-Mod Jazzmaster Single-coil Controls 1 x master volume, 1 x master tone, 3-way toggle pickup switch Case Included Elite Hardshell case Manufacturer Part Number 0113092785
Body: Laminated Maple Body Shape: Broadkaster® Bracing: Center Block Binding: Aged White Back: Arched Laminated Maple Top: Arched Laminated Maple Neck Material: Maple Neck Finish: Gloss Neck Shape: Standard „U“ Neck Binding: Aged White Scale Length: 24.6″ Fingerboard: Rosewood Fingerboard Radius: 12″ Number of Frets: 22 Fret Size: Medium Jumbo Nut: Graph Tech® TUSQ XL Nut Width: 1.6875″ Position Inlays: Aged Pearloid Neo-Classic™ „Thumbnail“ Bridge Pickup: Full’Tron Neck Pickup: Full’Tron Controls: Volume 1. Neck Pickup, Volume 2. Bridge Pickup, Master Volume, Master Tone Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge And Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup Bridge: Anchored Adjusto-Matic™ Tuning Machines: Gotoh® Locking Pickguard: Tortoise w/ Gold Gretsch Logo Control Knobs: Arrow Strings: Nickel Plated Steel .010-.046 Included Accessories: Includes G6267 Deluxe Hardshell Case
The G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway puts a genuine Gretsch semi-hollowbody electric guitar in your hands for less. This guitar doesn’t skimp on quality, however. It delivers an incredibly snappy, open tone, thanks to its 5-ply arched maple body. Broad’Tron pickups balance out the Streamliner’s tone beautifully. A weight-relieved spruce center block imbues the Streamliner with true hollowbody tone, while also keeping feedback under control – even in high-gain situations. The Gretsch G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway semi-hollowbody electric guitar delivers classic big body sounds at a reasonable price.
Semi-hollowbody electric guitar with classic Gretsch styling 5-ply maple body delivers an incredibly snappy, open tone Broad’Tron pickups balance out your tone beautifully Weight-relieved spruce center block yields feedback-free hollowbody tone Highly playable Thin U-shaped nato neck with rosewood fingerboard 3 volume controls and 1 tone control create exceptional sonic flexibility Gretsch „V“ Stoptail tailpiece provides ample sustain