At the moment we have an impressive stock of cool vintage Fender guitars & basses to suit any taste. Broncos, Mustangs, Bullets, P-Basses, Teles, and more. Here is a photo of just a taste of what we have. Take one of these in the soundroom and it will be hard not to walk home with a “new” Fender.
We will be open Christmas Eve until 5pm and closed Christmas Day. Starting Monday we will be back to a normal schedule.
Have a safe and happy holidays,
* ’58 Gibson ES-175
* ’58 Gibson ES-225
* ’57 Gibson EB-1
* ’60 Gibson ES-125
* ’68 Fender Bronco in Fiesta Red
* ’74 Fender Mustang
* ’75 Fender Telecaster Bass
* ’79 Fender Stratocaster in Antigua
A big thanks to our friends and followers for another great year. Have a safe, happy and healthy holiday.
Main Drag Music
Two really nice Harmony Sovereigns from the 60s. If you’re looking for a great sounding acoustic and staying within a budget, look no further. These two are Adirondack spruce, Honduran mahogany back and sides, Brazilian rosewood boards and bridges. Jimmy Page recorded Stairway To Heaven on a dread style Sovereign and Pete Townshend always had a go – to sovereign handy. Not bad for what was a department store guitar back in the day. Yeah, but is she buying a stairway to Sears™?
Either of these would sound great under a microphone and look lovely by a Christmas tree™.
It doesn’t look like much, but this Allen Hot Fudge w/ Nuts has to be heard to be believed! This one was made by Allen himself and not just a thrown together kit amp so you know it’s built to last. If you’re wondering what it sounds like the description from their website couldn’t be more spot on: Hot Fudge w/Nuts 1×12 is 6G3 (brown Deluxe™) inspired (long tailed pair phase inverter) but with 6G11 (brown Vibrolux™) vibrato.
1965 Rogers kit in absolute, out of the box, dead-mint condition. 22 x 12 x 16
Better known as the EB 1 as it was renamed when reissued in the 60’s, this the real deal – a 1957 to be exact. Gibson needed to separate its electric bass from the large shadow cast by the success of Fender’s Precision bass, and this is what they came up with.
*ATTN Zeppelin nerds (Ricky) – Spin the picture wheel on III, yes the vinyl, and the EB will appear. This was allegedly the only Gibson bass that JPJ would play, due to it’s ruggedness and tendency to not flubb out.
Moving on, a solid body bass, with false f-holes, banjo tuners, made to look like an upright. The 50’s EB even had a telescoping end pin. This EB is in such great shape, you rarely get to see the originals. It even has the original case…