Ibanez RS1010SL Prototype Steve Lukather Electric Guitar

Ibanez RS1010SL Prototype Steve Lukather Electric Guitar

Do…. do do….. do dooo… doo dooooo…. That’s right friends, Muddy has a hit from none other than the rock band Toto stuck in his head. All it took was one glance at this 1984 Ibanez Prototype Steve Lukather Electric Guitar and the chorus to their hit song “Africa” nestled itself snuggly in Muddy’s frontal lobe. Call it a guilty pleasure, but I really don’t mind it so much. Lukather has recorded guitar tracks for…

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1988 Neal Moser Custom Electric Guitar

1988 Neal Moser Custom Electric Guitar

Muddy’s singin’ “OOOOOH WEE!” This 1988 Neal Moser Custom Guitar has me movin’. This vintage electric has me deep into a late ’80s mid-ballad solo of my own. I’d think even my boy Slash would be jonesin’ to bang away on this Boa Snakeskin Airbrushed Body of the custom electric. Neal Moser is a living legend by all accounts in Muddy’s world. Check this excerpt from Guitar Player Master Series Fall 2003 out: One time, Hendrix’s…

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Baston Delfi Bass Guitar

Baston Delfi Bass Guitar

I didn’t pay enough attention in history class, I know that, but this Baston Delfi Bass Guitar has me all mixed up. It’s a 70s era bass guitar from Poland, said to be a Soviet Vintage Guitar. Didn’t the Soviets not allow music? Then why were they making guitars? Is this what that whole Cold War deal was about…. music? Is that why we celebrate that hockey game from the 80s, you know the one….

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1964 Gibson B-45 12 String Acoustic Guitar

1964 Gibson B-45 12 String Acoustic Guitar

Thinking of the ’60s often brings Muddy to Beatles territory and this 1964 Gibson B-45 12-String Acoustic is no different. Typically “A Hard Days Night” is a tune that falls in line with Muddy. Banging that hit out on a vintage acoustic guitar brings me back to some long days I had on the road in my hey day. This Gibson here though is a 12-string. Not as common as a six string, but these…

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Gibson SG Standard Cherry 1989 Vintage Guitar

Gibson SG Standard Cherry 1989 Vintage Guitar

Stumbled across this Gibson SG Standard Cherry 1989 Vintage Guitar using Muddy’s Law. Muddy’s Law states that if there are people watching well then there is something to see. With 21 sets of peekers at the time, I dove into this Gibson SG Electric Guitar a little deeper. Figured I’d close my eyes, hum a little tune and see if she’d hum right back at Ole’ Muddy. Wouldn’t you know this solid wood, ruby red…

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Hondo Death Dagger Electric Guitar

Hondo Death Dagger Electric Guitar

Back in the early 1980’s a musical instrument aggressively named the Hondo Death Dagger most likely sent several midwestern dry towns into a music-banning, witch hunt frenzy that only Kevin Bacon and the ’84 hit Footloose could break them free from. These Japanese-Built Hondo’s have a reputation of a well built instrument with an affordable price tag. Most guitars from the Death Dagger family we can find online show heavy signs of wear. As to…

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1959 Gibson Les Paul Special DC Electric Guitar

1959 Gibson Les Paul Special DC Electric Guitar

52 folks are watching this 1959 Gibson Les Paul Special DC Electric Guitar from the good ol’ USA. She is all kinds of lovely. This 7.11 pound honey is mostly original: Mahogany body and neck (though her fingerboard binding has been touched up); Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard; three Centrella pots and bumble bee caps; pick guard; three-way switch; rubber grommet Rhythm/Treble surround; headstock inlay and neck carve. She also has some non-original parts in her: three on a…

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1982 BC Rich Supreme Bich Electric Guitar

1982 BC Rich Supreme Bich Electric Guitar

If a name alone justifies buying an axe then you definitely need to add this American-and-handmade 1982 BC Rich Supreme Bich Electric Guitar to your collection. The name was there for the taking and I applaud BC Rich for going for it. Seller says she plays superbly and is almost “perfect”. Her Ebony fingerboard is still in fine condition after nearly 30 years with no cracks or dings. Be sure to check out the cloud inlay—they’re…

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1984 Yamaha BX-1 Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

1984 Yamaha BX-1 Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

I love a good story and this 1984 Yamaha BX-1 Fretless Electric Bass Guitar from Japan sure has one. Seller is the original owner and bought it new and fretted (he doesn’t even know if it was offered as a fretless model). Seller had a buddy at Schecter—we should all be so lucky—pull the frets, fill them in and, as you can see, he did a remarkable job. This kitty’s been rocking ever since. Seller says…

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1981 Kramer USA Flying V Electric Bass Guitar

1981 Kramer USA Flying V Electric Bass Guitar

Wowie, zowie, it’s a 1981 Kramer USA Flying V Electric Bass Guitar! You don’t see scads of these running around every day. Let’s start with her great looking blue burst on her awesome Flying V body. Mmm, tasty. Then there’s her 4-string metal/aluminum neck with Maple inserts that are topped with an Ebanol board and “capped off with a split headstock.” Kapow! She rocks a single humbucker with volume and tone controls. Most importantly. seller…

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