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Guitar Equipment Sale
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Email me - serious inquiries/offers only. Thank you, Mike

NO TRADES, NO LOW BALLERS.
Please try and conduct your own research with specific questions.

Guitars
Danelectro DC 59..................................................$400
1983 Fender "Dan Smith" Stratocaster..............$950
just refretted
1970's Gibson ES-335 TD (#505225).................. mint, b.o.

Amps:
1974 100 Watt Fender "Silver Face" Twin Reverb......$900
newly re-wired and sodered, tubed, reconed, and comes with cover

Effects:
NS-2 Noise Suppressor.......................................$70
MXR Stereo Chorus.............................................$135
MXR 10-Band EQ................................................$120 (new)
EH Vintage Electric Mistress Chorus................$120
PS-5 Super Shifter...............................................$105
MXR PHASE 90....................................................$65
MXR Dyna Comp..................................................$60
Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter ....................................$50
Fulltone Mosfet Overdrive...................................$100
Fulltone Clyde Wah Pedal..................................$125

Miscellaneous:
Trailer Trash 28" Pro Series Pedal Board with Softcase.....................
(Comes with velcro, case, just purchased, mint cond.)
Seymour Duncan SSL-3 Single Coil Pick-up
Seymour Duncan SSL3 Hot Strat Single-Coil from zZounds.com
Welcome to my Seymour Duncan SSL-3 pickup page!


1983 Fender Stratocaster Dan Smith Standard (#E315934)
VINTAGE 1983 FENDER DAN SMITH STRAT. ORIGINAL OPAQUE BLACK FINISH SHOW NO FADE. EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP WITH GREAT PLAYABILITY AND TONE SELECTIBILITY. COMES WITH SEYMOUR DUNCAN QUARTER POUNDER PICK-UPS. OLDER STYLE FLOYD ROSE SYSTEM.

COSMETICALLY IT IS VERY CLEAN WITH NO MAJOR DINGS OR SCRATCHES. THERE IS A SMALL( PENCIL ERASER SIZE) FINISH WEAR ON THE UPPER HORN AREA. THE TREMOLO WORKS PERFECTLY. ALSO COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL 80'S FENDER MOLDED HARD CASE (ONE LATCH MISSING) IN GOOD SHAPE.

IT IS A FANTASTIC PLAYER'S STRAT WITH GREAT PLAYABILITY AND TONE SELECTION. I JUST HAD THE GUITAR RE-FRETTED WITH TALL FRETS FOR SLIDE, YOU MAY NEED TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO SUIT YOUR STYLE UNTIL THERE IS SOME WEAR ON THE FRETS. I AM SELLING MOST OF MY GUITAR EQUIPMENT, OVER 50 PIECES, THERE WILL BE NO RESPONSE TO SPECIFIC INQUIRIES OR ORIGINALITY OF THE GUITAR, AND ESPECIALLY LOWBALL OFFERS.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE FOR SERIOUS INQUIRIES.

*** PRICE IS FIRM*** LOCAL CASH/PICK UP IS PREFERRED. FOR SHIPPING RATES ZIP CODE IS 95030 AND WILL PAY ACTUAL SHIPPING PRICE VIA UPS. PLEASE INQUIRE FOR THOSE RATES @ Shipping, Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Management from UPS.


1965 Gibson ES-335 TD, Mint Condition

All original pieces and construction. Serious inquires only.

Here is the Blue Book general info:

ES-335 TD (1958-1982 MFG.)
- double round cutaway semi-hollow bound body, arched maple top, interior maple block runs down the middle of body between tailpiece and endpin, unbound f-holes, raised layered black or tortoiseshell pickguard, maple back/sides, mahogany neck, 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot (originally mfg. 1958-1962) or block (became standard 1962) inlays, tune-o-matic bridge, stop, trapeze, or Bigsby tailpiece, blackface peghead with pearl crown/logo inlay, 3-per-side tuners, nickel hardware, 2 covered humbucker PAF pickups, 2 volume/2 tone controls (see-through gold bell knobs on early mfg.), 3-position switch, available in various finishes, including Ebony (1974-79, ES-335 TD), Wine Red (1975-79, ES-335 TD), Walnut, Cherry, Natural (1958-1960, rare), Sunburst (1958-1970, and 1974), or Tobacco Sunburst (mfg. 1974 only), 16 in. wide by 1.625 in. deep, 24.75 in. scale, mfg. 1958-1982.

The pricing info:

1965-1966 Block/Trapeze N/A
Mint $10,000
Exc.+ $8,000
Exc. $6,500
Avg.+ $5,500
Avg. $4,500
General $3,500

Vintage Guitar Value Website:
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