“Imagine" yourself with this 1967 Epiphone Casino.
Big & bold tones.
Tonally broad and wonderfully clean.
Plenty of nice fat tone.
Totally together in every way.
HOT HOT HOT!
You’ve got to love that American Eagle decal on the front.
A real winner, truly.
Slightly wider, slightly shallower around the back neck shape.
Wonderful, rare Gibson neck shape.
An absolutely stunning, early, natural finish Gibson ES-175.
Darker than most and we like that a lot.
Nothing quite like a 1958 Gibson semi-hollowbody.
Clean as they come.
With two classic Gibson Humbuckers.
A true Champ killer.
A truly fabulous piece of American musical instrument history.
Nice big neck on a nice big guitar.
A 50-year-old 1965 Gibson J-45.
A wonderful 1920s Gibson flattop with a wonderful story.
It just does not get any better than this in a pre-war Gibson L-10.
One of the very first “Advanced Model” Gibson L-5s.
No other Gibson even remotely similar is known to exist.
Carved solid spruce top, solid maple back and sides with traditional flat back and four full back braces.
"Used" only in the legal sense.
Gorgeous flamed maple top.
Bright, clean and loud.
Doesn’t get any sweeter than this.
Quite rare natural finish.
A truly great 5-string bluegrass banjo.
As cool an SG as one can find.
Can you believe blue?
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