Perhaps James & Baxters favorite of the D'angelicos, this arch top equipped with P-90s is a tone powerhouse. We love this guitar! The look, the feel, and the sound comes together to make a great musical vehicle and we are thrilled to have it here for all to hear.
A throwback to a time defined by its style, the Excel 59 was originally designed by John D'Angelico in 1959. Returning as a modern option for a vast range of players, the 59 is a 17-inch-wide archtop equipped with P-90s -- ideal for indie rock, jazz with a bite, and every inventive style in between. Featuring retro cream knobs, a chicken-head rotary pickup selector, and D'Angelico's signature Stairstep tailpiece, the 59 is incomparable in vibe.
This is a great example of a late 70s strat. It's got the big oversized headstock we all know and love with a black pick guard, black pickup covers and knobs and it's ready to rock. It's 100% original, includes the original case, and is in excellent condition. Some might...
With only one previous owner, this guitar is a fantastic player and a looker to boot. A true workhorse with all the quality you've come to expect from a handcrafted American Fender, this tone machine is ready to be someone's main squeeze for years and years to come.
Sixty years ago, Leo Fender introduced the Fender Jazzmaster® as the top-of-the-line electric guitar. The original ’58 Jazzmaster boasted a revolutionary offset waist, distinctive-sounding pickups, a flexible rhythm/lead circuit and was the first Fender guitar to sport a rosewood fingerboard. An homage to the original prototype of this ground-breaking guitar,...
The all new American Professional is here! Everyone at the shop loves these new guys. As sad as were to see the American Standards go we have to say we are extremely pleased with the fit, sound, and finish of these instruments! The new deeper neck paired with the newly...