Vintage

Based upon the original dreadnought guitar, the D28, the Martin D12-28 doubles the strings and thus doubles the sound of what is essentially the father of all contemporary steel string guitars. The big brother to the D28 is fixed with the classic combination of Sitka spruce top and solid Indian...

3,900.00 AUD

SOLD French Gypsy Jazz guitar in the style of Mario Maccaferri Made in Paris both pre WW2 and post, Antoines son Joseph also made guitars alongside his father, this one is marked A Di Mauro. This make is quite well konown to enthusiasts of Gypsy Jazz and has been used by Sacha Distel and Pat...

5,000.00 AUD

Very nice Jazzer from the 1980s made in Japan to very high standards. It has an adjustable L5 style tailpiece and a very slim neck. Set up beautifully with flatwounds. Very good alternative to a 175 and can hold its own with any jazz guitar. These are quite rare and highly regarded worldwide -...

Great vibes from these classic old stompers!

99.00 AUD

Jap made seven band in good shape, use it as a clean signal boost as well as a precise tone control.

150.00 AUD

The overdrive in a pedal really started with these legendary pedals - still going today in various forms. This is the early eighties model - with an added tone control - earlier ones had just the two knobs. Japanese made.

135.00 AUD

Burns became Baldwin after the Baldwin Organ Co failed in their bid to take over Fender and ended up buying both Burns and also Gretsch. Although this guitar has undoubtedly seen better days, there is plenty of life in the old bird yet. Recently fitted with three modern Tri-Sonic pickups , with...

1,395.00 AUD

Great opportunity to purchase a piece of history without busting your finances ! Probably originally sold in Australia as it has a South Yarra address stencilled on its old fibre board case. Pictured with two other 1930s instruments, an English John Grey 'George Formby ' Banjo Uke and an old...

2,100.00 AUD

German made valve / hybrid amp that has a clean tone with a nice tremolo and a good tone control path. If you have a Dynachord echo you can piggy back it and control the echo from the amp via a din socket. It's is an interesting piece of equipment that is well made and delivers some interesting...

Unusual old guitar from the Eko factory in Italy circa 1970. Imported into Australia by Lamberti Bros Melbourne, who still exist today bringing in Cort and Katoh guitars, amongst myriad other musical and guitar related product. We've not seen one of these before and it has a certain oldie charm...

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