Looking for a Vintage guitar or amp? Trying to find a fair selling price for your vintage guitar? Just enjoy looking at cool, funky, unusual guitars? Well this is the blog for you.
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LOOK AT THE DATE ON THE POSTING! Most of these items are no longer for sale. - Jim C.
This seller is offering what appears to be a late 60's Guyatone or very early Ibanez model electric guitar. The nut has broken loose and shifted over but other than that is appears to be all original. Note that, although it says "steel reinforced neck," a quick examination of the pics will show that there is no adjustable truss rod on this guitar. That is okay as long as the neck is straight and playable as it is but let the buyer beware.
This guitar looks very similar to the "Talman" retro vintage models that Ibanez put out in recent years - basically copying their own earlier electric guitars right down to using the same pickup switches and knobs.
1960s vintage guitar - $150 (pico rivera)
good condition works good made in japan for fender has steal rod and every all original if interstad call ART 562-***-*****
I never encountered this performer before but after checking out this video on Youtube I can't imagine his voice and composing skill won't get him noticed at some point. He also has a unique style that sort of mixes old Delta Blues with Hawaiian slack key and modern hammer on jazzy pop. Amazingly it all works. - JC
I haven't followed the Allman Brothers much in recent years but apparently I've been missing quite a bit because Derek Trucks is a serious revelation on a full throttle electric slide solo he did back in 2011. It's amazing to see how the drummers lil' nephew grew up to be a monster player right up there on par with the late great Duane Allman. I guess ten thousand hours of practice while growing up around some of the best guitarists in Southern rock will do that to ya. You can listen to the whole tune and hear Warren Haynes do a decent solo as well or just CUT TO THE SLIDE SOLO starting at 6:30 in this Youtube video.
Cleaning out the
man cave, another project untouched. Its an 1960's Melody #61 Tube amp. I
believe these to be made by Teisco. It has one tube but is missing the
other, in addition the back plate & a knob is MIA & there is
some separation on the box (easy fix though) . Its got a cool red &
black fleck vinyl cover. I did not power it up, as it was missing its
tubes. Cleaning house, as is.
it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
This seller is offering a National Model 16 tube amp. These were made around 1966-67 by Valco in Chicago. For some reason this one has had the Logo and model name completely worn off of the chrome above the speaker grill where it would normally appear. Maybe it just faded over time - it has been nearly 40 years.
The Model 16 is a low wattage amp that is sort of a cross between a Champ and a Princeton. it has a single 6V6 power tube for about 8 watts total but it has Tremolo and a 10-inch ceramic speaker and it comes in a bigger cabinet than a Champ. You won't get thje pristine cleans of a Fender amp but you will get the signature Valco howl and growl.
Old tube amp for sale, from what Ive found on line is that this is
probably a National guitar amplifier. Valco made the amps for National,
Supro, Gretsch, Montgomery Wards and others. The transformers are
stamped 52467XX so it looks like its a '67, the original 10 inch
speaker has been replaced and three caps have been replaced but it still
has its two prong power cord. The amp has a working tremolo and souds
great, breaks up early like most Valco amps do.
This seller is offering several vintage Parlor guitars from the 1940's or 1950's. Any of these would make a fun project for an adventurous wannabe luthier. From what I can see they are all real USA vintage guitars in decent shape (except the Mandolin of course). - JC
Have 3 or 4 old guitars hanging around....in decent to good condition.
One is a KAY.....one is a vintage CHRIS Adjustable neck in very good
condition....(unusual 50's guitar) and one is in good shape with no
maker name, but has a plastic fingerboard....old.
Mandolin is a JOHNSON and it is like new condition $60 for that one. NO CASES.....Just the instruments
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