Very good condition Ernie Ball/MusicMan EVH Style Copy Made by Jaymz. Just had this professionally gone through and setup, plays and sounds great.
4 x 2 headstock, maple fretboard. 2 humbuckers, 1 (volume or tone) knob, 3 way pickup selector switch. Tremolo bridge and a new set of DR Black Beauty strings.
The action is good and overall this is a fun, crunchy axe. Got a couple of small dings and scratches.
Memphis Stratocaster Copy MIJ - $200
Westwood FG402 Vintage MIJ Acoustic - $275
Fair to good condition Westwood FG402 acoustic. 14/20 frets, approximately 24.75” scale. Pretty rare, this was made in Japan likely at the FujiGen Gakki in the 1970s.
This is a well-built guitar with great tonewoods including a solid spruce top, Brazilian rosewood fretboard and bridge and mahogany back and sides.
This had a bridge re-glue professionally done, looks good and the bridge is secure. This has several areas of age-appropriate scuffs, scratching and dings. The action is generally good, but gets a little higher up the neck.
Fair condition Regent vintage 330-style hollow body electric. This was made in Japan circa mid-1960s. Regent was the Canadian brand name for Guyatone guitars made in Japan.
Great mix of both clean and crunch tone options with 2 humbuckers, a Bigsby-style tremolo, “roller” saddles. 21 frets, block inlays. Gold Grover tuners were added. 3-way pickup selector switch on the top cutaway and another switch on the bottom (rhythm/off/solo). 1 volume and 1 tone knob.
The previous musician owner had a push/pull coil tap option added to the volume pot and also wax potted the pickups. There is a slight bow to the neck, the action is decent.
Cosmetically this has plenty of character in the form of scratches, scrapes, dings etc….which adds up to a cool as hell vintage semi-hollow, but not a museum piece.
Silvertone Parlor Acoustic Guitar 1965 - $175
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Fair condition Alvarez Model 5023 acoustic. Made in Japan circa 1970s. This has a huge, resonant sound!
This sounds very nice with new Martin Custom Light Phosphor Bronze strings (.11 to .52). This was a single-owner guitar that saw a lot of home use. This plays great for “cowboy chords”, but the action gets high up the fretboard as the top in front of the sound hole has sunken in a bit.
There is wear along the bass side of the fretboard along the area of the first 3 frets. The tuners work fine, but appear to be replacements. This has buckle rash on the back, several age-appropriate small dings and scratches and one crack in the binding. With original fair condition chipboard case
Fair condition, but playable, pretty rare Nobel T-130A vintage acoustic. I have seen this listed elsewhere as a 1961. Fire glow finish, spruce top, with rosewood fingerboard. Sides and back may be spruce as well.
This plays well and sounds better than it looks! The action is decent, but does rise up the neck. This has a new set of Ernie Ball strings.
This has all of the scrapes and scratches that you might expect from a ~ 50 year old guitar. Made in Taiwan.
S101 Strat-Style Lefty Electric - $125
Alvarez 5023 Vintage Acoustic MIJ - $250
Very good condition 2007 Schecter Jeff Loomis JL-7 Hardtail in Vampyre Red Satin Including original factory hard case.
The Schecter Jeff Loomis 7-string electric guitar is a quality instrument for serious musicians. Jeff Loomis is well known as the guitarist for progressive metal band, Nevermore. With 7 strings and a longer (26.5”) scale, this Schecter electric guitar easily accommodates lower tunings.
This has some light cosmetic scuffs and scratches but is overall in very good shape. Made in Korea.
Schecter Jeff Loomis 7 String w/OSHC - $750
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Worco Vintage Tenor Banjo - $275
Rare Hoyer vintage 12 string acoustic electric, made in Germany with (I believe) the original hard case. This is similar to the Hoyer 12 string acoustic electric that Elvis used in his 1966 movie “Spinout”
This is easily playable up and down the neck. There is 1 volume and 1 tone knob. Tuners appear to be rare Van Ghent tuners. This is easily tunable and sounds very nice with new strings. The pickup is mounted under (and through) the end of the fretboard (Brazilian Rosewood)
There are many areas of finish cracks (please see pics). The area around the soundhole looks hand-painted and is slightly warped and part of the pickguard broke off.
So generally fair, but playable condition. Not a museum piece, but rare, looks and sounds cool as hell and great vintage vibe.
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Fair cosmetic condition, but solid and very easily playable Strat copy made in Japan circa 1970s. This is one of the very well-bult “lawsuit era” guitars built in Japan most likely at the highly regarded Matsumoku factory.
3 single coil pickups, 3-way pickup selector switch, 1 volume and 2 tone knobs. Roller bridge. My guitar tech set this up nicely, the action is good and sounds great.
This has many years of cosmetic scratches, dents and dings and missing the back cover plate.
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Jaymz Ernie Ball/MM EVH-Style Copy - $175
Oscar Schmidt Dreadnought Acoustic - $125
Regent/Guyatone Vintage 330 Style MIJ- $325
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Yamaha 12 String Acoustic/Electric - $250
Good to fair condition, nicely playable Worco tenor banjo probably circa 1940s to 1950s and often used for Irish music. The previous musician owner has owned this “for decades”.
Approximately 30” long x 11” wide, 17 frets with a split back maple resonator and friction tuners. Under the hood the open back looks good.
This has tons of character from years of normal use, no known issues.
Memphis Les Paul Style Electric Vintage MIJ- $275
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Good condition Yamaha FGX-412C-12, 12 string cutaway acoustic electric circa 1998 – 2001.
The built-in electronics feature a 3-band linear EQ with Midrange Frequency (AMF) control. Along with the volume control a separate mute switch is also incorporated to complete the pickup system (piezo undersaddle pickup).
The action gets high up the neck and the truss rod is probably not going to go any further, so this is best for cowboy chords. Cosmetically no major scratching, dings or dents. Made in Taiwan.
Nobel T-130A Acoustic 1960s - $125
Very good condition and nicely playable S101 lefty Strat-style electric. This is a solid axe I believe made in Korea by American Sejung Corp circa 2007 to 2010.
Strat-style appointments including 3 single coil pickups and 5-way pickup selector switch. The action is low and easily playable. This has a tremolo bridge, so a whammy bar could be added to this.
This has some light scratching from normal use, but is in overall very good shape and looks nice.
Fair condition, Teisco Checkmate Model G135 nylon string classical acoustic guitar circa 1960s. Great vintage vibe with a nice pickguard design similar to the Gibson Hummingbird.
New strings and recently professionally set up. The action is pretty good up until the 9th fret, after which it gets high and has some dead frets.
This has tons of character with many areas of scratching and small dings. Missing the “Checkmate” logo on the headstock
Hoyer Rare 1960s 12 String A/E - $325
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Good condition, nicely playable Memphis LP100F, Les Paul Style Electric. The Memphis brand was produced at the Matsumoku factory in Japan as part of the “lawsuit era” of nice Gibson and Fender copies.
This was modeled after Les Paul Custom based on 5 ply binding on both front and back. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with pearloid inlays plus the traditional Les Paul features (3-way pickup selector switch, 2 volume and 2 tone knobs, Stopbar tailpiece). The pickups are quite crunchy.
This had a body crack on the top near the pickup selector switch professionally repaired, looks nice and is solid. This also has age-appropriate small scratches and dings, but overall looks very nice and LP-ish!
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Fair condition, playable vintage Fender Squier Bullet Strat Star 1 E Series, Made in Korea (with Fender Japan parts) circa 1990
This is a solidly built Squier (not to be confused with the more recent versions made in China or Indonesia). These MIK Fender Squier Bullet Star 1 guitars are fairly rare. They came about when Fender decided to move construction to Korea and shipped Fender parts from Japan to start production.
This needs some work as the stock bridge has been screwed down to a wood block in back for playability, but it is not flush with the body. Also the top of the bridge is missing 2 posts. Otherwise this generally stays in tune and no playability issues.
Cosmetically this has some prior sticker residue and light wear from normal use.
Fender Squier Bullet E Series MIK - $225
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Hondo Stagemaster 70 solid body electric (I have also heard this described as a “solid body acoustic electric”). This has a simulated soundhole – hollowed out only as seen, the rest of the body is solid. Pretty rare, these were made in Japan in the early 1980s in pretty small quantities. This is similar to the Gibson Chet Atkins SST.
This originally had a piezo pickup, but it was replaced with this Harmony single coil pickup. This has a clean sound that can produce some crunch as well. It is a little bit noisy, but not bad. This plays well with good action. 1 volume and 1 tone control. Acoustic-style bridge pins.
Cosmetically this is in fair condition, lots of scuffs and scratches, particularly in back. Some missing material around the volume and tone pots. Definitely a unique, functional and playable piece!
Very good condition and nicely playable Strat copy Partscaster. This has a Spectrum neck with locking tuners and a nice Samick tobacco burst body (with a Squier neckplate). This is a solid body and neck and would compare with a higher quality Squier or Strat copy.
Pretty nice axe with good action, 5 way pickup selector switch, 1 volume and 2 tone knobs and jumbo frets. Nice maple neck and fretboard.
This has some light scratching from normal use, but overall good shape and adult-owned.
Vintage, used, rare and a little outside the norm stuff including electric guitars from Gibson, Fender, Charvel, Ibanez, Jackson as well as acoustic guitars from Martin, Taylor, Takamine, Godin, Yamaha and others.
Hondo Stagemaster Electric/Acoustic - $150
Good condition and nicely playable OG2N dreadnought acoustic
This guitar has been around a bit, I believe it’s a 1992, however the neck is pretty straight and the action is low, so this is easily playable. The large dreadnought body delivers some nice resonance.
My guitar tech did a little work to improve the security of the bridge on the top. There is a still a little space in between the bridge and top, but nothing that impacts playability.
Spectrum/Samick Partscaster- $175
Teisco Checkmate Vintage Classical - $125
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Good condition 1965 Silvertone Model 604 parlor acoustic guitar with fair condition original chipboard case.
Beautiful vintage vibe, this has survived the years pretty well. 12/18 frets, approximately 24.25” scale and 36” body length. Although the action does increase up the neck, this is fully playable.
This has plenty of age-appropriate scratches and small dings, but overall looks very nice. Made in the USA