The Fender Telecaster – Simple Perfection

The Telecaster was the first mass-produced Spanish-style electric guitar, though it was released originally by a different name. Mr. Leo Fender introduced the guitar in 1950, and it was called the Broadcaster (for double pickup versions) and the Esquire (for single pickup versions). But Gretsch took …

1964 Teisco Del Rey MJ-2L

We have a brilliantly playable 1964 Teisco Del Rey MJ-2L, dated with the information provided at TeiscoTwangers.com (great site!). This guitar is super cool looking of course (as most of these 60s Japanese guitars are), but it is also as wonderfully playable as any nice guitar should …

1991 Rickenbacker 330 Fireglo

The Rickenbacker shown here in this post is a 330 Fireglo made in their home factory in Santa Ana, California in January, 1991. It’s a beautiful guitar just to look at for sure. And it has the unmistakable Ric sound. You can go either jangly Beatles …

Early 60s Egmond Bass

I dated this guitar primarily from these two websites: http://jedistar.com/egmond/ http://www.egmondguitars.nl/dating.html The site says: Is the name egmond “written”t here, she’s 60’s. A lot of guitars have a tin name on them. They differ too. 50’s The name is printed ( stamped ) IN the head. She’s  40’s , early 50’s. All Wilsons, …

1979 Fender Stratocaster

1979 Fender Stratocaster Serial Number S9604XX Ebony Solid Body Made in the United States 6 String Right Handed This guitar is in great condition. It has cosmetic flaws like a few dings, some rub on the body, hairline scratches above the strings, and belt buckle rash …