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As electric guitars go, there's none quite so 'accessible' than a Club, if you'll pardon the pun. Specifically, the Hofner Club Model 60, a thinlin...read more

Okay, so here it is; our vintage 1958 Gibson ES-335. A serious big daddy and then some, this isn't a guitar for taking down the Dog & Duck, unl...read more

As you’re already super into this let’s not mess about - it’s a vintage 1960s Airline H72 Rocket. Looking very much indeed like t...read more

What’s this dandy piece? It’s a vintage 1950’s Heintzel Red Dragon, that’s what. In the 1950’s, a lot of really spiff...read more

If you’re a player who doesn’t mess and loves getting stuck right into things, this 2015 Gibson Les Paul Junior is for you. Everyone mi...read more

Hailing from a time when Hawaii was very much the word on everyone’s lips, this vintage 1950’s Selmer Pro-Electric is an instrument fro...read more

Not just the company that makes those funny little pedals that your pal likes, this vintage 1970’s Guyatone HG-92 speaks to a far greater com...read more

Now this really isn’t something you see every day - a vintage 1960’s Aristone Lap Steel! If you don’t think this is amazing you a...read more

Assuming that the staff aren’t trading punches over this vintage Harmony Rocket 1P H53, you too can go to the shop and try it out. Built betw...read more

This vintage Kay Penncrest Vanguard II is a great example of catalogue-guitar magnificence.  If you’ve ever had an interest in the like ...read more

Painfully weird and cool at the same time, this vintage Kay Style Leader Jimmy Reed is exactly as slick as you think it is. Reed was an incredibly ...read more

Add this one to the list of things you don’t see every day - a vintage 1964 National Westwood 75! The early National electrics are some of th...read more

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