Epiphone PR5E Acoustic Guitar

Epiphone PR5E Acoustic Guitar

Here’s a lady who knows how to make a great impression by posing in front of a cool old jukebox, a lightly used Epiphone PR5E Acoustic Guitar that was made in Korea in 1993. Seller says she has some light scratches but “sounds amazing” I like her natural finish, super sharp cutaway and classy back stripe (I’m a big fan of back stripes.) The cover plate for her truss rod on the headstock says “Gibson” and I’m…

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Takamine Flying A Acoustic Guitar

Takamine Flying A Acoustic Guitar

Oh my, a Takamine Flying A Acoustic Guitar. This cool acoustic-electric kitty was made in Japan in 1984, comes with original case candy, and seller says she has a “BIG SOUND” and “plays like a dream.” Seller is the original owner and says she’s in mint condition. Seller claims this is one of only 800 made in the world, so if you’re the collecting sort, perk your ears up. Seller lives in Hawaii and is willing…

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Red Rocket Thinline Electric Guitar

Red Rocket Thinline Electric Guitar

Here is one fine looking lady, a barely used Red Rocket Thinline Electric Guitar in a stunning Robin’s Egg Blue. Hand built in America by Master Luthier Matt Nowicki, she is one finely constructed instrument. Tele-shaped, a semi-hollow body made of chambered Ash with a lightning bolt f-hole, double tortoise binding and checker purfling. If you aren’t drooling yet, there’s her Flame Maple neck and Rosewood fretboard with clay dots. Her neck cuts a V to C medium profile…

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PRS Custom Black Standard 24 Electric Guitar

PRS Custom Black Standard 24 Electric Guitar

Make way for a she-playa, a PRS Custom Black Standard 24 Electric Guitar. Made in America, this 1996 charmer has lots of scratches, dings and dents (especially a big chip you can see in seller’s photo 5 and 12) but so what? She’s free of breaks, cracks or repairs—and she is a player that has been played. But I can hear you. “Muddy, a Custom Black Standard 24? WTF! Aren’t Custom and Standard two different things?” Good…

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Westone XA 1530 MIJ Electric Guitar

Westone XA 1530 MIJ Electric Guitar

Get ready to time travel back to the hair metal days with this Westone XA 1530 MIJ Electric Guitar. Seller says she was one of the very last models made in the great Japanese Matsumoku plant before it shuttered its doors in the ’80s. Seller adds she creates a load of tones and rocks a push/pull pot for her humbucking pickup to switch her to a single coil if you want. A 5-position switch directs her….

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Gibson Ripper Electric Bass Guitar

Gibson Ripper Electric Bass Guitar

Here’s a Thunderkitty I haven’t seen in a while, an early ’80s Gibson Ripper Electric Bass Guitar. Seller is scant on details (that’s been a recurring theme today.) Here’s seller’s total description: “1980-81 Gibson “THE Ripper” 4-string bass guitar, natural finish, with hard shell case. Excellent condition. Seller’s listing also lets us know she’s made in America, comes with a hardshell case and is all original. The one picture seller shares shows a nice looking bass. I especially…

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Kraken Champ 3.9 Custom Electric Bass Guitar

Kraken Champ 3.9 Custom Electric Bass Guitar

Okay, here’s a she-beast to start your engines, a Kraken Champ 3.9 Custom Electric Bass Guitar. Seller’s story is that she’s made in Korea and he spent about $900 to get her a couple years ago. Kraken has since gone out of business so they aren’t making ’em like this anymore. Seller says he used her literally for one recording session and then put her back in the box and hasn’t touched her since. Accordingly, she’s…

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Aria Pro II ZZB Custom Electric Bass

Aria Pro II ZZB Custom Electric Bass

Say hello to a sleek, sexy and very cherry red Aria Pro II ZZB Custom Electric Bass. Seller doesn’t offer many details about her but the photos tell a great story. Apparently, she was made in Japan in 1983 and has lived a good life. Sure, she has a few dings but mostly she looks in great shape for a vintage bass in the Explorer style. Seller says she plays well and everything on her works—and…

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Lowden F25 Acoustic Guitar

Lowden F25 Acoustic Guitar

Hold on to your hats finger stylists, it’s a gently used Lowden F25 Acoustic Guitar of the beige oval with green edge label era. Given what I can see of the label I think that means she was made between 1989 and 2003. Lowdens are made in Ireland by a handful of luthiers under George Lowden’s careful eye. The brand is well known as one of the finest guitars in the world for fingerpickers. She rocks a Cedar top…

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Tacoma Papoose P1 Acoustic Guitar

Tacoma Papoose P1 Acoustic Guitar

Here’s an interesting sweetheart, a lightly used Tacoma Papoose P1 Acoustic Guitar. She’s made in the USA with a solid wood body—Western Cedar top, Mahogany back, sides and bolt-on neck with a Rosewood fingerboard. What’s really cool about her is she’s tuned to A so she acts like a normal guitar that’s been capoed at the fifth fret. This lets you bring some mandolin qualities to your sound along with her “distinctive, chiming tone.” She’s a…

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