1952 Fender Super V-Front Amp, EXC Condition, Recently Serviced!

1952 Fender V-Front Super Amp, recently serviced by my amp tech for the past 15 years, Gary Dahle Pro Audio Repair in Sarasota, FL: http://www.garydahle.com/

One speaker needed to be reconed, so I sent it to the best: Gordon Kjellberg in Seattle (Gordy Kjellberg, 8116 10th Avenue, SW Seattle, WA 98106). The reconed speaker came back looking AND sounding great; Gordon did another amazing job! To quote Gordon:

Your speaker will look the same after reconing. The same cone will be used and we save the original tan gasket and use a charcoal gray felt dust cover like the original, and the voice is wound exactly like the original so the sound will also be the same.

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1950 Martin 000-21L, Original & Rare Factory Left Handed 1950s Martin!

The 000-21 was a model that Martin produced with the 1.68 nut from 1939-1959. Martin only built 97 000-21s in 1950. The production level pales in comparison to the quantity of D-28s built that same year(475), so that gives you a good idea of just how rare the 000-21s are. To find one ordered as a factory left handed model is unheard of!

Features beautiful quartersawn Brazilian Rosewood back, sides, fingerboard, bridge, and peghead overlay, as well as a tighty grained Sitka spruce top. Has a 24.9 scale neck, 15” body, 14 frets to the body, tortoise binding top and bottom.

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1952 Right Handed Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, Killer Vintage Tone!

Vintage 1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, Right Handed, has the killer tone these early Les Pauls are known for and this guitar is priced right!

The Goldtop has a really well-done refin, refret with newer bone nut, modern Kluson tuners, was previously converted to a stop tail/Tune-O-Matic and wrap tailpiece(remnants can still be seen), newer wire from the switch to jack. Includes newer Gibson hard case.

Specs/Measurements:

Pickup Outputs: Neck – 8.54K, Bridge – 8.55K
Neck Depth: .89/1st fret, 1.04/12th fret
Pots: 6150689 241(41st week of 1952, all pots are IRC 5 meg)

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