“Bought a Peavey VTM-120 amp-head from Paul. Fantastic condition, fresh tubes with service paperwork and contact info for his personal tech. Great price. Very cordial, honest, great to deal with. Ideal situation all around. Highly recommend.” - Will H.
Harmony H-80T Vintage Electric - $125
Hoyer Rare 1960s 12 String Acoustic Electric - $425
Very good condition Harmony H-80T Strat-style electric guitar in beautiful tobacco burst, likely made in Korea in the early 1980s.
Traditional Fender Strat features and tone – offset double cutaway body, 5 way pickup selector switch for 3 single coil pickups. The action is good and electronics function well.
This guitar has survived very well throughout the years with just a ding on the upper top and very light, age-appropriate scratching
Harmony H-802 Vintage Electric - $150
Excellent condition Ktone Stratocaster-style electric guitar.
I don’t know much about this brand, but this axe is in great shape, easily playable and is equipped with features very similar to a Fender Stratocaster (3 single coil pickups, 5-way pickup selector switch and adjustable saddles), plus a tremolo arm (aka “Whammy Bar”) and tremolo bridge.
With low action and nice chimey Strat sound, this would be appropriate for any skill level. Great shape, no significant scratches, dings or dents.
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Yamaha FG Junior 3/4 Acoustic - $95
Kent 1960s MIJ Concert Acoustic - $100
Grand Prix Partscaster Upgraded - $125
Very good condition custom Warmoth Telecaster with Warmoth body and 22 fret neck. This is approximately 10 years old and was custom built for a recording/touring Boston-area musician to capture his unique blues/rock tone.
This guitar has a Fralin steel pole bridge pickup and a custom Brandon Wound wide range humbucker with magnetic poles in the neck. Tones range from classic clean ‘60’s to thick and meaty, plus the ability to get crunchy depending on your amp and/or pedals
The action is great, this plays easily up and down the neck. Controls for volume, volume and tone with a 3-way pickup selector switch. The frets are in good shape. Cosmetically this has been gigged, but no significant scratches or dings.
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Grand Prix Strat-style electric guitar, circa 1980s, probably made in Japan. This is a little crunch machine with an upgraded humbucker in the bridge (sound familiar?)
This was upgraded with a Gretsch Elliot Easton G5570 gold humbucker, guessing this was taken from the Gretsch G5570 Elliot Easton signature model. This is a light yellow body with a solid gold-colored bridge and matching gold colored volume and tone knobs. Also matching tuners that are not original.
25.5” scale, this plays well, just a little bow in the neck, not bad. The truss rod nut is only partially accessible at the end of the neck (so this also may be a different neck and body). Missing the back cover.
IMO, this is a great starting point for your next EVH/mod/refinish project or use it as-is for a unique look and sound. Or keep the pickup and light the body on fire.
We offer used, rare and vintage guitars a little outside the norm including electric guitars from Gibson, Fender, Charvel, Ibanez, Jackson as well as acoustic guitars from Martin, Taylor, Takamine, Godin, Yamaha and others.
Yamaha F335 Acoustic - $125
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Warmoth Custom Telecaster -$825
Good condition vintage Harmony H-802 made in Taiwan circa 1960s/1970s in beautiful sunburst.
2 Harmony single coil pickups that have some crunch to them. 2 pickup selector buttons for some tone options. 1 volume and 1 tone knob. Adjustable bridge.
Has a scratchy volume pot, a little bit of fret overhang on the bottom of the fretboard and a little buzz on the open A string. Could probably benefit from a new nut. There is a little bow in the neck, the action is decent, not perfect.
Coming soon - another rare bird! Going in for a tune up.
Vintage 1960s US made parlor sized acoustic. From 1959 to 1966 Harmony made acoustics under the Regal name for distribution by Fender
Solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides
Nice action, easily playable and sweet, resonant sound for a small body. Will likely have a new bridge when she gets out of the shop!
“I recently picked up a wonderful Art & Lutherie from Paul which was more than fairly priced and am very happy with the experience and the guitar. Thanks Paul, you're great. 10/10!" - Taylor N.
Kawai S-70 Vintage Electric MIJ - $225
Kramer Floyd Rose Partscaster - $275
Coming Soon: Regal (Harmony) 210 Parlor Acoustic - $TBD
Ktone Strat-Style Electric - $150
Kimbara/Matsumoku Vintage MIJ 12-String - $375
Fair condition Kent Model 705 vintage concert sized acoustic guitar, made in Japan some time between 1962 and 1969
Not a lot (if any!) of these out there. The action is OK, not great, best for cowboy chords and vintage vibe.
This is not a museum piece, has it’s fair share of scratches and small dings.
Very good condition and easily playable Yamaha FG Junior JR1 3/4 size acoustic guitar modeled after the acclaimed Yamaha FG “red label” Series. This is a high quality acoustic built for younger/smaller players or learners.
The JR1 has a smaller 33” length body and shorter neck (~ 22.5” scale), perfect for young players or those with smaller hands
Yamaha craftsmanship and a spruce top give this compact guitar an authentic acoustic tone. Includes strap and gig bag.
Rare 1960's 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. The volume knob does not change the volume (but is audible plugged in). The tone knob functions. Rare Van Ghent tuners. The area around the sound hole looks hand painted and has slight warping. The pickup is mounted under (and through) the end of the fretboard.
There are many areas of finish cracks (please see pics). There is a small crack in each side of the bridge and a little bit of bridge lift, but the bridge is secure. Well-built, nice straight neck and tons of character and vibe!
Hondo Stagemaster 70 Rare!- $250
Good condition Kawai/Teisco vintage 1960’s electric made in Japan. I think this is the Model S-70. (Kawai bought Teisco in 1967)
Dark sunburst body, rosewood fingerboard, and striking mirrored pickguard. Single pickup close to the neck that provides some nice surprising crunch and full, warm tones.
This is playable and tons of vintage vibe. Condition wise, it’s 50 years old and has age-appropriate scratches and wear..
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!
Fair condition Kimbara Model 72, 12-string acoustic, made in Japan circa 1970s. My understanding that that these were manufactured by Matsumoku as one of their copies of American brands sold by FCN-London. This was probably made to copy a Martin D12-35.
This was just professionally set up, new strings, nice low action, this plays very well and sounds beautiful! I believe this is a solid spruce top with Brazilian Rosewood back and sides.
My luthier did some work on this to reduce a bulge in the body behind the bridge, and adjust the bridge angle to be angled less forward than it was. (Over time the string tension had pulled the bridge angle forward). There is still a slight belly behind the bridge. There is a dent in the back, and there is light scratching around the soundhole and body.
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Good condition Yamaha F335 dreadnought acoustic guitar. This is easily playable with good action and sounds very nice as well with fresh strings.
Solid spruce top, side and back are Tropical Tonewood with a mahogany neck. Recently conditioned the rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Nice die-cast gold tuners.
The previous adult owner filled in some small dings on the back of the neck and sanded the back of the neck for smoothness. This has some scratches and small dings on finish but overall in very good shape.
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Very unique tone monster, this is a Kramer Partscaster with a Kramer Striker 100ST neck, and an unknown model Kramer body. Floyd Rose-licensed locking tremolo by Washburn.
This is outfitted with a Fender Wide Range Humbucker from a 1972 Reissue in the bridge (crunchy), vintage Harmony single coil in the middle (clean) and unknown humbucker in the neck (thick). Many different tones here with these and the 5-way pickup selector switch. 1 volume, 2 tone knobs. The neck is quite straight and the action is very good.
Unknown brand pickguard (not a perfect fit!). This had a repair on the body in the neck pocket. Missing the back plate and truss rod cover. Plenty of additional character in the form of dings and scratches. Includes matching strap.