Spector 4 String Euro Bass. Made in Czech Republic. Few minor cosmetics, big feeling bass. EMG’s and SKB Case, bass fits loosely but solid. $SOLD
Ibanez RG470-Made in Japan. Satin black finish, all parts original. Includes gigbag. $SOLD
Hamer Echotone-Sunburst, Very good condition with light play wear and handling marks. Nice solid budget semi-hollow player. Dimarzio pickup added, Planet Waves locking tuners. Gigbag. $SOLD
We now have Sperzel tuners in stock in our eBay store. We have 3 per side and 6 in line.
Based on the Adrian Vandenberg model that Peavey produced during the 80’s, the 2002-2004 USA made V-Type was not an exact reissue of the original but more of a re-introduction of the design. The wide, thin neck of the original became a wide and slightly chunky shape (as compared to the thin neck on the originals). The USA models are completely different from the imported neck-though models that the company produced around the same time. The imported neck through models are a bit flashier in appearance with gloss finish and inlays around the body and they are great guitars in their own right. There was also a bolt neck model more like the US model. These imports all bear “EXP” on the headstock to designate they are the import varieties. The American model came fitted with a humbucking pickup at the bridge position and a dual blade single coil sized pickup near the middle position, and they had a Peavey Floyd Rose licensed tremolo bridge. The ebony fretboard had no markers other than the mud flap girl inlay on the twelfth fret. The V-Type was available in four colors, satin black, pearl silver, satin tangerine, and topaz blue. The satin black example shown below is from my shop and is upgraded with a Seymour Duncan Dimebucker pickup and a genuine German made Floyd Rose tremolo. See it here on eBay. SOLD SOLD SOLD
Fender produced these Stratocasters commonly referred to as “Splattercasters” in 2003. The splatter or spin art design (as I recall Fender calling it) creates a unique one of a kind pattern on each guitar and were offered in a variety of color combinations. While some may be similar sharing the same color palette, no two are exactly alike. These Strats are stock Mexican Standard in every other way. Each guitar body had a base color sprayed on before the splatter design. Then the pickguard and back plate were installed on the body before the painting process to complete the pattern across the entire front and back of the guitar. Removal of the guard and back plate reveals the original color before the process. These guitars are unique and getting a bit harder to find but still available on the used market and prices are on the rise. Check eBay for the Fender Splattercaster Stratocaster.
Have a look at these two that are in my shop. The yellow one is completely stock and the blue one has been upgraded by a previous owner with genuine gold finished Fender hardware. The tuners are especially nice with pearloid buttons. They are available for sale. SOLD SOLD SOLD
This 70’s Japanese made Yamaha guitar is in very good condition. Fretwear under the B string but plays fine although she’ll need attention at some point. See it on eBay here. SOLD SOLD SOLD
$299 USD shipping included to the 48 states. All others request quote and invoice for payment. Thanks! USA Buyers click the buy now button below. SOLD SOLD SOLD
Cool early 70’s Japanese Aria ES-335 Styled semi hollow body guitar. Built between 1970 and 1975. This model was a forerunner to the “Pro II” line and likely made in the Matsumoku factory. This one features the “open book” headstock. Cool guitar. Looks great and plays well. Hardshell case included. View it on eBay here.
$599 shipping included to the 48 states. All others request quote and invoice for payment. SOLD SOLD