Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass Guitar

Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass Guitar

Land sakes, a Fender Musicmaster Electric Bass from ’73. I remember seeing Led Zeppelin in ’73. Great show, went on for hours. But I digress. Seller says she’s all original, plays like a dream and sounds great. Seller also notes she’s made of alder and is light weight, has a grey bottom single coil pickup and looks great in her beautiful antique Olympic White. I’ll say she looks great. True, she’s got some wear and dings…

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Washburn Monterey Acoustic Guitar

Washburn Monterey Acoustic Guitar

Oh my, here’s a honey worth noting, a Washburn Monterey Acoustic Guitar made in Japan circa 1982 or 1983. Seller calls her “absurdly rare” because she doesn’t appear in the bluebooks and information about her mostly comes from old catalogs and Washburn experts. Seller cautions about confusion over the model number (EA46). Apparently Washburn reused that number down the road on a lesser guitar but this isn’t one of those. The first thing that caught my…

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Ovation 1621 Balladeer Acoustic Electric Guitar

Ovation 1621 Balladeer Acoustic Electric Guitar

Here’s a pretty little Ovation 1621 Balladeer Acoustic Electric Guitar made right here in the USA. If you’re into the bowled body shape, Ovation pretty much owns that space. She brings Jackson Browne to mind for me, singing some forlorn song about some forlorn star-crossed love in some off the map forlorn town. But I’m sentimental that way. Seller doesn’t say too much about this señorita except that she has some finish cracks and checking…

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Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar

Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar

Here’s an interesting little number for those of you who like to fix things, an Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar from Finland. This guitar has problems and seller says she is NOT playable in her present condition. If you want to make her sing, you’re going to have to help her out a bit. She’s got a broken tuner, high action, fret buzz, a slightly dished in top and some hairline cracks that seller does not…

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Ampro Projector Speaker with Voice of Music Tube Amplifier

Ampro Projector Speaker with Voice of Music Tube Amplifier

Here we have what appears to be a cool little one-of-a-kind project, an Ampro Projector Speaker with Voice of Music Tube Amplifier. I think that breaks down as follows. First, start with an Ampro speaker for a projector—as in film projector. Then add a Voice of Music tube amplifier. Finally, beam with pride and sell your project on eBay. Seller helpfully allows you to hear this little honey for yourself on You Tube: http://youtu.be/Iup4cLmIT9s Seller says she…

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Ampeg V-4B Bass Amplifier Head

Ampeg V-4B Bass Amplifier Head

All rise for this vintage Ampeg V-4B Amplifier Head seller says comes from the early ’70s but isn’t sure of the exact year. Seller doesn’t add much detail about this beauty other than that she is “nice, ships quickly and questions (are) welcome.” In other words, if you want to know the nitty gritty details, seller is more than happy to chat with you. Of course, if you’re drawn to such a beast as she,…

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Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue Amplifier

Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue Amplifier

Here we have a nice reissue of a classic, a Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue Amplifier made in Mexico. Seller says it integrates an Eminence speaker with a Fender Hot Rod Amplifier so you can break into hard rock or break hearts with the blues. She has 40 watts driving two channels so you can switch between the blue and drive channels at the flick of a switch (or the touch of her included foot switch.) She…

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Hagstrom Viking Electric Guitar

Hagstrom Viking Electric Guitar

Here we have a Hagstrom Viking from Sweden that seller says is from the ’60s. That’s it, that’s all. Literally. Not another word of description that I can find. The rest that we can tell about this Nordic number comes from what we can see in the pictures. So let’s switch into detective mode and check her out. Looking at her, she seems to be in good shape, with a flame-like tail piece with what seems…

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Domino Archtop Electric Guitar

Domino Archtop Electric Guitar

Appearing now for your consideration is a classy lady from Japan, a Domino Archtop Electric Guitar. Seller thinks she’s from the late ’60s. She’s pretty clearly modeled after the Gibson 335 style and her black finish looks very sharp indeed. Seller says she plays nicely, her frets are good condition and her pickups work and sound swell. She shows some wear but nothing out of the ordinary. She is missing her tremolo bar. I really dig…

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Kay Effector Electric Guitar

Kay Effector Electric Guitar

Well drop a toaster in the bathtub and call me shocked, what the hell is going on with this Kay Effector of unknown year from Korea? Look at that control panel, so many knobs and switches and labels and jacks. She just blows my mind. Seller says the effect switches and knobs all work—but the neck pickup does not—and the body and neck are in good condition. Seller thinks she’s all original. Seller doesn’t know much about her…

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