1968 Gibson Hummingbird. This thing is clean as a whistle. Amazing condition for a nearly 50 year old acoustic. No fading, minimal checking. Little fret wear and no gouges on the rosewood fret board. And I still think the split parallelogram inlays look the best. Sound wise it’s like a great square shoulder dreadnought with a bit more growl. A songwriters dream.
Gotta love a good SG and they don’t get much better than this one. 1962 Les Paul/SG standard. Very rare ebony block version made as Gibson transitioned from the side pull to the more common maestro trem used throughout the sixties. Still a Les Paul until 63 this one has two PAFS, no cracks breaks or repairs and only minimal fade to the cherry finish.
Just in! Super clean and shiny 1976 Fender Jazz bass. One owner from new, 100% straight and sounding fantastic on some LaBella flatwounds. It may be clean but this one has seen its fair share of use, just not in sweaty clubs. So you get the best of both worlds. A lovely clean well cared for instrument with the feel of a bass with years of playing in.
One of the many cool Fender basses in stock right now!
1966 Fender Mustang in Dakota Red. One of the last affordable classic Fenders out there. This one’s nice and straight and has all those classic single coil tones on tap. Nicely played in neck and incredibly comfortable to play. It’s easy to forget these were designed as a short scale student model back in the 60s.
Just in: a beautiful 1962 blonde Gibson Byrdland. One of only 17 produced in Natural in 1962. This is the Billy Byrd/Hank Garland artist model – the thinline short-scale version of an L-5CES and the upmarket version of the ES-350T. We’ve had a few of these Sixties florentine cutaway Byrdlands through and they always seriously impress. One PAF, one PAT Number pickup, pro-refret and has been nicely played in.