Up for sale, a 1962 Vox AC-4 in exceptional, collector-grade condition and in perfect working order. This early JMI tube amplifier is 100% original and complete, with original fawn tolex, brass vents, stock transformers, and even the stock “woodie” footswitch! Powered by a single EL84, this amp delivers classic Class A Vox tube tone at bedroom volumes, with a tone that actually stays quite clean. With simple Volume and Tone controls, the circuit is a pure platform for highlighting the guitar plugged into it, with a dynamic sound that can vary notably based on the pickups that are pushing the original 8″ speaker. The tremolo is particularly fantastic on this amp, with a thick, warbling three-dimensional quality that belies the amp’s small stature. Still wired for the original 240V power, this Vox comes equipped with a step-up transformer to convert the voltage from US to UK power while maintaining the amp’s originality.
I had a really great 1967 Fender Tele last year. It played and sounded as good as any Tele I’ve had. I always wished I had another one like it. Well, it’s here!
This is a 1967 Fender Tele which is the twin brother of the earlier Tele: it has the same neck stamp/date( 3APR67B), pot codes within 2 weeks(137 6636), and identical neck depth – .87/1st, .92/12th. Body is stamped “ES,” which was Fender code for a special-order guitar.
This is a very rare left handed 1968 Fender Strat in a Custom Color Candy Apple Red, which was Leo Fender’s favorite color! This Strat has been featured in the book of rare left handed guitars: Uncommon Sound.
1968 (June) Stratocaster, original Candy Apple Red finish, rosewood fingerboard, pearl dots, large headstock, original tremolo arm, bridge cover, white guard, Fender booklet and tags, original black Fender lefty case. This guitar was bought from the original owner in Texas who got it as a gift at age 14.
Right Handed 1962 Martin D-28, features an attractive aged spruce top, and beautiful straight-grained Brazilian Rosewood back & sides.
The guitar has had the typical work done on vintage Martins, including a repaired center-seam crack, repaired pickguard crack, and a newer Martin bridge has been installed. The guitar has also had a very nice refret done. Scott Freilich(see below) commented: “The fretwork is beautiful and in the style Martin would have done.”
This is an all original Left Handed 1964 Fender Jaguar in the very cool custom color: Lake Placid Blue. It is a two-owner guitar and comes with the bridge cover, original lefty case and trem arm. Really clean/EXC Condition, just some cool finish checking, very nice color.
Neck dates to 1963 ( 1MAY63B ), pots date to 1964. L-Series neck plate: L43997.
This is a true Pre-CBS left handed Jaguar in the classic Lake Placid Blue custom color – very desirable and very hard to find!
For a left handed vintage Strat, this is as rare as it gets! This is a factory original Left Handed 1964 Fender Strat in the ultra rare custom color finish: Red Sparkle. It is also known as Metallic Red, and the abbreviation of “MR” along with LH for Left Handed can be seen in the top of the body. The letters are in a style that is typically seen on custom color finishes done by the Fender factory.
This is a color that Fender rarely used, and is not even seen in the Fender factory finish literature. Most likely it was a color used for promotional purposes, such as the NAMM show. So it is more rare than even the rarest custom colors!
Lefty Gretschs are the rarest of vintage electric guitars, relative to Fender, Gibson, etc. This is a late 1960 and it has the deeper 2 1/2″ body of a 1959! This guitar has been very well cared for – it looks like it was played for only a short time and then put away in storage. It even has the original flatwound strings in a bag!
The only thing that appears to ever have been done on this guitar was a fret level from the 10th – 22nd frets. The original frets are in great shape, with only minor wear on the first 3 frets. The back of the neck shows hardly any wear at all, as well as the Ebony fingerboard.