Schecter C-1 Propaganda Electric Guitar

Schecter C-1 Propaganda Electric Guitar

Okay, how ironic is it that this 2009 limited edition Schecter C-1 Propaganda Electric Guitar was “crafted in China?” Irony aside, she’s a dang nice looking guitar—seller says she’s a limited edition, one of only 250 made, and part of the Diamond Series. She brings solid features to the party. She rocks a Mahogany body and neck with a Rosewood fingerboard, two EMG HZ humbucking pickups, a TonePro tune-o-matic bridge system and some really sweet black…

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Hohner Headless G2T Electric Guitar

Hohner Headless G2T Electric Guitar

If you and I were to talk about a banged up beauty, I’d bring this Hohner Headless G2T Electric Guitar up in a flash. She most definitely has been on the receiving end of some serious (and likely unnecessary) tear and wear. That said, her spirit still shines through and there is much to admire about her. She’s a Hohner but her headless tuning system was licensed from Steinberger who is one of my favorite futuristic…

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1984 Peavey Mystic Electric Guitar

1984 Peavey Mystic Electric Guitar

File this American made 1984 Peavey Mystic Electric Guitar under Funky Monkey. There’s so much to love about her: swooping crescent bottom end, pleasingly nasty orange finish, really fun tone and volume knobs. Seller says she’s fully functional and ready to go but has some wear and tear (as you might expect for a 31 year old guitar). Seller makes no mention of a case and with an axe of an unusual shape that’s a question…

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Little Walter 50 Watt Tube Amp Head

Little Walter 50 Watt Tube Amp Head

Baby, baby, baby, this American-made Little Walter 50 Watt Tube Amp Head is a true gem. For those unaware of the Little Walter brand, dig into their story here. They’re handcrafted in North Carolina under the watchful eye of Phil Bradbury. Bradbury’s approach is simple: Hand built point to point wiring architecture; shortest signal path to achieve best possible tone; top end signal caps for tonal color and a direct line out connection to recording boards or PA systems. Seller says she…

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Victoria Amp Model 5112

Victoria Amp Model 5112

You know one of the many things I love about America? That you can have a dream and work to make it real, such as is the story with the Victoria Amp Company that made this Victoria Amp Model 5112. If you haven’t heard of them, I encourage you to check them out here. Be sure to find and read the article in Fretboard Journal (and yes, that they have been profiled in Fretboard Journal is…

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Peavey Delta Blues Amp

Peavey Delta Blues Amp

It’s time to make the acquaintance of an all tube amp made in 1994 in Mississippi, a Peavey Delta Blues Amp. She rocks 30 watts and sings through a 1×15 inch speaker. She’s a combo so you can hook up your axe and a mic and make a go of the evening. Seller writes she’s had but a single owner and is in excellent condition. She features spring reverb and adjustable tremolo. She’s also got two channels…

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