• Here's a brand new Huss and Dalton Road Edition dreadnought, sitka spruce top and East Indian rosewood back and sides. The Road Edition was conceived several years ago during an economic downturn ... basically, how to put a fine, handmade guitar out at price that was more approachable for the working musician, and how appropriate that this one has arrived today. This guitar is every bit a Huss and Dalton, made by the same fine folks in Staunton VA, but featuring simpler appointments. We have a solid sitka top and solid East Indian rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, a rosewood fingerboard and a gloss finish on the top, matte finish on the back, sides and neck. Gotoh tuners, and a simple black TKL hardshell case. Huss dreads are cannons, and this one is no exception. A lot of guitar for the money. Condition: New; Top: Sitka spruce; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany; Nut: 1 23/32; Width: 15.5; Depth: 4 7/8; Scale: 25.4; Binding: black; Purfling: b/w/b; Rosette: b/w/b; Lefthanded guitar (of course); Retail: $3500

  • Here’s a near mint 2015 Santa Cruz Vintage Southerner, a nod to the iconic slope shouldered dreads of yesteryear, with a 24.75 short scale, mahogany back and sides, sitka top, double tapered bracing and a beautiful sunburst. This one is customized with a 1 3/4 nut. Terrific playability, solid bass, and great dynamics; plenty of punch but responsive to a delicate touch. Light as a feather. With Santa Cruz's Ameritage hardshell case. New Santa Cruz acoustics have become quite expensive -- it would be $7500 to order this guitar new today -- so here's a chance to land a great guitar at a significant savings. Condition: Near mint; Top: Sitka spruce, sunburst; Back and sides: Mahogany; Neck: Mahogany, ebony fretboard, doppler dot inlays; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 15 7/8; Depth: 4 5/8; Scale: 24 3/4; Binding: Ivoroid; Purfling: b/w/b; Rosette: Ivoroid b/w/b; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course); List: $7500

  • Collings' OM2H has long been a favorite of mine; herringbone trim and a gorgeous set of east Indian rosewood. Responsive, great projection and the usual impeccable Collings build. I did this one with a 1 3/4 nut.  Lifetime warranty and hardshell case.  I'll let Collings describe it:
    OM' stands for "Orchestra Model," but 80 years after this body shape was first designed it has become the most popular 14-fret model with fingerstyle guitar soloists who choose to play on steel strings. Yet flatpickers also find it appealing. The compact shape makes the Collings OM equally easy to handle onstage or when sitting on the couch, and the relatively shallow body (barely over 4 inches deep) results in balanced tone and an immediate response.
    Serial # 29708 Condition: New; Top: Sitka; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, modified V, ebony fingerboard; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 15; Depth: 4 1/8; Scale: 25 1/2; Binding: Ivoroid with herringbone; Rosette: b/w/b; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • *** B Stock *** This is a new Santa Cruz OM, rosewood/sitka, that sustained a small crack at the end pin during shipping. This guitar would sell for $7500 if you ordered it new today. Santa Cruz estimated the repair cost at $250, the end pin is reinforced by a wood block inside the guitar, so it is a cosmetic repair. The guitar was not sent back to Santa Cruz due to the current shutdown, so you can save some bucks and just live with it, or repair it later at your leisure. I will be sending the guitar back to Santa Cruz when things calm down, but it's here at a nice discount if you want it. Otherwise in new condition, Ameritage case, etc. ... a terrific OM. As is, where is. Here's the crack (emphasized with light, not as obvious just looking at the guitar).     **** The Orchestra Model is one of the stalwarts in Santa Cruz’s lineup, one session with this guitar and you’ll know why. Very alive, great note separation, terrific balance and impeccable build quality. Equally at home with flat picking or finger style. Beautifully silked sitka spruce top, nicely figured Indian rosewood, scalloped bracing, ebony fretboard, nickel Waverleys with bound headstock and neck and a 1.75 nut. Lifetime warranty and handsome Santa Cruz case by Ameritage. Condition: New; Top: sitka spruce; Back and sides: east indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, ebony fretboard; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 15 1/4; Depth: 4 1/3; Scale: 25.375; Binding: ivoroid; Purfling: herringbone; Rosette: Herringbone; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course); List: $5200

  • Gretsch
    2012 G6122

    $3,300 $1,995
    Here's a 2012 Gretsch G6122 1959 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman, in terrific condition. Beautiful walnut stain, a wonderful full sized guitar. Gretsch no longer offers these guitars lefthanded, so here's your chance to grab one. With original hardshell case and paperwork. Gretsch's description: Inspired by Chet Atkins, this Country Gentleman is more than able to keep up with the most fleet-fingered guitarist. Packed with the sound, style and features that made the original a legend, the ’59 Gent provides highly responsive, amazingly articulate sound. A pair of TV Jones® pickups—a Super’Tron Classic Plus bridge pickup and Super’Tron neck pickup—responds to every stroke with defined, eloquent tone. The standard “U”-shaped maple neck with 1.75” nut bears a 12”-radius ebony fingerboard with 22 vintage-style small frets and is a picker’s dream. A pinned rocking bar bridge works with the Bigsby® tailpiece for stable tuning. All of the ’59 Gent’s classic features are here—laminated 5-ply figured maple top with painted F-holes,  G-arrow control knobs, aged white binding with black purfling, gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish, aged pearloid thumbnail inlays, gold vintage thick plexi pickguard with Gretsch logo and Grover® Imperial™ tuning machines with ‘butterbean’ buttons. A truly classic instrument with refined style and sound, the G6122-59 Chet Atkins® Country Gentleman® Hollow Body with Bigsby® is a fine addition to any guitarist’s collection Condition: Excellent; Body: Hollow, maple laminates; Neck: maple laminate, ebony board, 12 radius; Nut: 1.75; Color: Walnut stain; Pickups: TV Jones SuperTron; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • These Huss 12-fret 00s are one of my favorite Huss and Dalton guitars, with a big voice, yet very responsive to a light touch. The guitar has an Engleman spruce top, east Indian rosewood back and sides, rosewood binding with maple purfling, a herringbone rosette and back strip, satin neck finish and a slotted headstock. Such a rich tonal pallete from a small, comfortable guitar with a great short 24.9 scale. It’s impossible to put this guitar down once you pick it up. The 12-fret 00s are Huss’ biggest sellers, and it’s easy to see why. Lifetime warranty and a handsome Huss and Dalton case. Condition: New; Top: Englemann spruce; Back and sides: EI rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, ebony fingerboard; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 14 1/8; Depth: 4 1/8; Scale: 24.9; Top: Radius; Binding: Rosewood; Purfling: Maple W/B/W B/W/B; Rosette: Herringbone with rings; Lefthanded guitar (of course); Retail: $4888

  • You could buy a shiny new Telecaster and then spend the next 67 years wearing it down, but who has time for that? This Fender Custom Shop 52 Tele has their popular Relic finish for a worn-in feel right out of the case, and a pair of handwound Loaded NoCaster pickups. Fender sez: Even though there were earlier designs, 1952 is considered the first year of production for the venerable Tele®, and the 1952 Telecaster Relic is a premium example of this design, slightly tweaked for modern players. All the classic “Blackguard” touches are here: 1-ply Black phenolic pickguard, ash body with classic Blonde finish and medium-tint riftsawn maple neck with “ ’52 U”-shaped profile. The first Telecaster had some subtle changes from the ’51 Nocaster, including a slow transition from slot-head screws to Phillips-head, reflected here by both types appearing (as happened on some models).  Not only does a lacquer finish let the body wood “breathe” with sustain, it wears in a personal way and is an authentic original-era element. We wanted to give this guitar the fattest, gruntiest tone you’ve ever heard from a Tele, so we loaded it with a pair of Hand-Wound ’51 Loaded Nocaster single-coil pickups, tied together with Fat ‘50s Tele wiring and a 3-way pickup switch. Other features include 9.5”-radius fingerboard, 21 6105 frets, ‘51/’54 bridge with brass saddles, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and round string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (Relic); Body: Ash, 1-ply black pick guard; Neck: One-piece maple, 52 Style U carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: faded Nocaster blonde; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound Loaded NoCaster; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here is a very rare new PRS Private Stock Hollowbody 2 guitar. The guitar has a drop dead spectacular spalted maple top and matching back, with a mahogany core, curly roasted maple neck, ebony fingerboard, Old Bird inlays in spalted maple with gold mother of pearl outlines, and is finished in Private Stock's high gloss nitro. Note that the hardware and pickup covers are nickel, they look black in the photos.   The guitar has the terrific 58/15 LT pickups with PRS' piezo bridge. The piezo can be mixed with the 58/15 LT pickups or sent out a separate jack to an acoustic amp. Endless tone variations. The guitar is a true hollowbody — no centerblock — and it is light, perfectly balanced, and plays like a dream. Lifetime warranty and brown leather PRS Private Stock fitted case. A lifetime guitar. Condition: New; Body: Mahogany with spalted maple top and back; Neck: roasted curly maple pattern regular, ebony fretboard; Color: natural high gloss nitro; Pickups: PRS 58/15 LT with piezo bridge; Scale: 25; Lefthanded guitar (of course)

  • Here's a heavy relic Custom Shop 1958 Strat, in an aged HLE gold finish that has crazed beautifully, handwound Fat 50s pickups and a  maple neck. Fender's description: A pivotal time for the evolution of the Strat®, the 1958 model year ushered in the now-classic 3-color Sunburst, while retaining a one-piece maple neck. Heavily aged to fashion a truly vintage aesthetic and feel, our expert artisans at Fender® Custom Shop lend a Heavy Relic® treatment, providing a decades-worn twist to accompany fresh player-centric features like a 9.5”-radius fingerboard, 21 6105 frets, and Vintage Modified #2 wiring. Exhibiting a flame AA quartersawn neck and loaded with hand-wound Strat® Fat 50’s pickups, the 1958 Heavy Relic® Strat® looks and plays like a true classic. Sporting a two-piece alder body with deep, sleek contours and a single ply Eggshell pickguard, this guitar screams classic Strat®. Other appointments include a medium-tinted “ ’59 C”-shaped neck, 5-way switch, American Vintage synchronized bridge, vintage tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (heavy relic); Body: Alder; Neck: maple quartersawn, 59 C carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged HLE gold; Pickups: handwound Fat 50s; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a new Fender Custom Shop 56 Telecaster light "journeyman" relic in aged white blonde. This guitar features handwound Custom Shop 55/56 pickups, a comfortable 10/56 V carve (.880/.980), nicely figured ash body, 6105 frets and "Fat 50s" wiring. Nice Tele. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: New (light relic); Body: Ash; Neck: quartersawn maple, 10/56 V carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged white blonde; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound 55/56 Tele; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a new Fender Custom Shop 56 Telecaster light "journeyman" relic in aged faded fiesta red. This guitar features handwound Custom Shop 55/56 pickups, a comfortable 10/56 V carve (.880/.980), ash body, 6105 frets and "Fat 50s" wiring. Nice Tele. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: New (light relic); Body: Ash; Neck: quartersawn maple, 10/56 V carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged faded fiesta red; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound 55/56 Tele; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a heavy relic Fender Custom Shop 59 Strat in aged daphne blue, with a AAA rosewood fretboard, 63 "C" carve, handwound Fat 50s pickups,  nice weight at just under 7.5 pounds.
    Fender's description:1959 was a year of transition for the venerable Strat®. In May of ’59 we revised the way necks were made, switching from a one-piece maple neck to maple capped with a “slab” rosewood fingerboard. We also changed the pickguard, moving from 1-ply construction to the current three-ply material, and upped the number of screws from eight to 11, which also necessitated changing the body’s control route. These changes didn’t happen overnight; many guitars exist that show various combinations of these features, which makes them extremely rare and collectible. Reflecting these historic idiosyncrasies, the maple fingerboard model sports a 1-ply, 9-hole Parchment pickguard while the rosewood fingerboard model sports 3-ply, 10-hole Mint Green nitro pickguard. The two-piece alder body wears a Heavy Relic lacquer finish, giving it the look and feel of a well-loved guitar that’s seen countless stages, while the tinted riftsawn maple neck is fast-playing and comfortable, thanks to the “’63 C” neck profile, 9.5”-radius fingerboard and 21 6105 frets. The trio of Hand-Wound Fat ‘50s single-coil pickups includes a reverse-wound/reverse-polarity middle pickup to reduce hum. Other features include five-way switch, Vintage Modified #2 wiring, American Vintage synchronized tremolo bridge, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: New (heavy relic); Body: Alder; Neck: AAA slab rosewood, 63 C carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged daphne blue; Pickups: handwound Fat 50s; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Warm—a term not usually used in conjunction with a Telecaster—is the only way to describe the feel and sound of the 1961 Relic Telecaster. Celebrating the peak of Fender’s Golden Age, this instrument combines modern features with classic style while adding a few idiosyncratic touches all its own. With its 9.5”-radius flat-lam AAA rosewood fingerboard and a pair of high-output Texas Special single-coil Telecaster pickups, this guitar has plenty of warmth and authentic Telecaster honk, twang and bite. The two-piece alder body was selected by hand for light weight while the carefully aged nitrocellulose lacquer finish allows it to ring out with pure tone. Other notable features include a tinted Heavy Relic quartersawn maple neck with “Oval C”-shaped profile, three-way pickup switch, modern wiring with Greasebucket tone circuit to preserve volume when adjusting the tone control, three-ply nitro shell pickguard, ‘58/’63 bridge with threaded saddles, vintage-style tuning machines with Fender logo, bone nut, and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (relic); Body: Alder, tortoise pick guard; Neck: quartersawn maple, mid 60s oval C carve, 9.5 radius;, AAA rosewood fretboard; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged Lake Placid blue; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound Texas Specials; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a light "Journeyman" relic Custom Shop 1964 Strat, in olympic white with a rosewood fretboard and handwound pickups. Fender's description:
    Distinguishing itself from its 50’s predecessors, the 1964 Strat® introduced a slew of updates to players. Strutting a round-lam rosewood fingerboard, 3-ply parchment pickguard and a more dramatic sunburst on a two-piece alder body, the debut of modern Strat features garnishes this ’64 Relic in eye-catching fashion. To faithfully commemorate this benchmark guitar, Fender Custom Shop serves up a shot of vintage swagger with a Journeyman Relic lacquer finish, complete with a compendium of vintage-correct appointments, crafted in steadfast detail. Among these period-specific features are a tinted quartersawn maple neck with a “ ’63 C”-shaped neck profile for exceptional playability, hand-wound ’64 Strat pickups for classic tone, vintage-style tuning machines and American Vintage synchronized bridge. Additional features include 21 6105 frets, 5-way switch, Vintage Modified #2 wiring, bone nut and wing string tree with metal spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (light relic); Body: Alder; Neck: maple quartersawn, AAA rosewood board, 63 C carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: olympic white; Pickups: handwound 64 Strat; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Beautiful Fender Custom Shop 58 Top-Load Telecaster, nicely figured ash body under that aged blonde finish. These guitars come with two control plates, one vintage wiring, one modern Tele 3-way switching, this has the modern plate installed.  Fender sez: In 1958 we modified the design of the venerable Telecaster, switching from a string-through-body bridge to a top-loading bridge. A flexible guitar with authentic Fender tone, the Vintage Custom ’58 Telecaster lets you choose either stringing method, courtesy of the Top-Load Tele bridge with period-accurate threaded steel saddles. The two-piece select ash body wears a pristine translucent Aged White Blonde NOS flash coat lacquer finish that makes it look like this instrument time-traveled from ’58 to today. The tinted riftsawn maple neck’s “U”-shaped profile fills the hand comfortably while the 7.25”-9.5”-compound-radius fingerboard flattens out as you go up the neck, making it easy to bend without fretting out, and 21 medium-vintage frets offer familiar playing feel. The pair of Hand-Wound ’58 Tele single-coil pickups are packed with authentic twang and growl, tied together with vintage-style wiring. For those who want more modern tone, we included a Fat ‘50s Tele wiring and control assembly in the case. Other features include 3-way switch, 1-ply Eggshell pickguard, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (NOS); Body: Ash, 1-ply white pick guard; Neck: Rift sawn maple, 10/56 V carve, 7.25 to 9.5 compound radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged white blonde "flash coat" lacquer; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound 58 Single Coil Tele; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here is a rare lefthanded Stevie Ray Vaughan Signature Stratocaster relic from the Fender Custom Shop. Alder body, SRV oval C neck, handwound Texas Special pickups, and a right-handed tremolo to echo Stevie's choice of a lefty tremolo on his renown guitars. If there were a Mount Rushmore of Stratocaster Masters, Stevie Ray Vaughan would be one of the greats enshrined there. Almost single-handedly responsible for the electric blues revival of the 80s and 90s, he used his beloved Strat®, to blaze his way to the top of the charts. Only the artisans at the Custom Shop could craft this guitar that Vaughan co-designed with us before his untimely passing. It’s one of the most revered guitars in the world, and we’re proud to make it a permanent addition to the Custom Artist Collection. SRV heavily modified his Strat to match his energetic, yet controlled, playing style. We included a trio of hot, high-output Custom Shop Hand-Wound Texas Special pickups for fiery, authentically Fender tone that’s as big as the Lone Star state. As an homage to his personal hero, Jimi Hendrix (who’s also been known to pick up a Strat) SRV used a left-handed vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge on his guitar, allowing him to work the tremolo arm with his elbow—a modification we cheerfully recreated. The two-piece body is crafted from alder selected for its weight and grain, and its Relic lacquer finish will age and wear in a distinctly personal way, just like the original. The tinted riftsawn maple neck has an “Oval C” profile that’s slightly thinner on the treble side, making it easier to bend those strings into the stratosphere—a precise recreation of his favorite guitar’s neck profile. Other features include 5-way pickup switching, vintage-style wiring, 3-ply Black “SRV” pickguard, vintage-style tuning machines, rosewood fingerboard, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: Relic; Body: Alder; Neck: maple rift sawn, SRV Oval C, 12 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: sunburst; Pickups: handwound Texas Specials; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a brand new Collings D2H. This guitar has some particularly beautiful east Indian rosewood on the back and sides, and is customized with a 1 3/4 nut. I'll let Collings describe it:

    "The square-shouldered 14-fret dreadnought is the most popular steel-string acoustic guitar body shape in the world. While Collings is certainly not the only company to build them, we bring a new tonal clarity to the depth and warmth usually associated with such a large, deep-bodied guitar. Although its bass response makes the dreadnought ideal for vocal accompaniment, Collings versions are also often employed by bluegrass flatpickers who must compete with inherently louder instruments such as banjos and fiddles. The wide range of woods and neck sizes offered allow dreadnought fans to find a Collings model ideally suited to their playing style and tonal preference."
    Serial # 29712 Condition: New; Top: Sitka spruce; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, ebony fingerboard; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 15 5/8; Depth: 4 7/8; Scale: 25 1/2; Binding: Ivoroid with herringbone; Rosette: b/w/b; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Here's a gently used Fender Custom Shop Historic vintage custom 1955 Strat, very light weight -- 7 pounds, one ounce -- with a wide fade 2 color burst, rare compound radius, beautiful ash body and flash coat lacquer.  Fender's description:
    In the formative years following the Stratocaster's groundbreaking debut in 1954, it saw slight tweaks and modifications that helped firmly establish its legacy as the finest electric guitar ever made. The Vintage Custom 1955 Stratocaster has some cool, rare features that we feel represent the best of the origins of the Strat® and gives you a glimpse into the innovations that were crucial in its development. The NOS flash-coat lacquer finish lets the guitar breathe and shows some of the natural grain through its wide-fade 2-Color Sunburst finish. The neck features a vintage 7.25"-9.5" compound radius, which we found on some rare examples, giving it a unique feel even among vintage-inspired models. It also features medium vintage frets, which are slightly larger than standard vintage size and very comfortable to play. Other features found on this guitar include Closet Classic hardware, a 2-piece ash body, tinted maple rift-sawn neck with a '54 "U"-shaped neck profile, 21 medium vintage frets, hand-wound '55 Strat pickups with transitional ’54 covers, 5-way switch, vintage wiring, American Vintage synchronized tremolo bridge, bone nut, round string tree and vintage-style tuning machines. The Vintage Custom 1955 Stratocaster is the legendary guitar you know and love with some rare "what could have been" flair. Includes a deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: Near mint; Body: Ash; Neck: maple rift sawn, 54 U carve, compound radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: faded 3 tone burst; Pickups: handwound 55 Strat; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)

  • Duesenberg
    Caribou

    $3,600 $2,880
    Another new lefty offering from Duesenberg, featuring a chambered alder body, set neck and Duesenberg’s wonderful Domino P-90 at the neck and Grand Vintage humbucker at the bridge. Tones to die for … the middle position in particular is wonderful. Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. Duesenberg sez: "The Caribou is a chambered, dual pickup, 22 fret electric guitar, featuring a Cat Eye F-Hole and a 647mm scale. It is also available as a 12-string edition. The Caribou is made from solid Alder in which we route large sound chambers. The body is then fitted with a flat maple top featuring a modern Cat Eye F-Hole. The large sound chambers make this construction a crossover between a solidbody and a semi-hollow construction, resulting in a unique tonal character and resonance. The Caribou is fitted with our proven Duesenberg pickup combination, comprising of the classicly wound GrandVintage humbucker for the bridge and the warm and creamy Domino P90 singlecoil. The middle position of both pickups features a special wiring, which splits certain low end frequencies out of the humbucker's signal, resulting in an open and extremely versatile addition to your pallet of sounds. The Caribou 12-string edition is equipped with two Domino P90 singlecoils. All our instruments are fitted with our own hardware, which you will only find on a Duesenberg. We design it with attention to even the smallest details to create truly unique instruments from tuner buttons to jack plates.All our fretboards are carefully pleked and finished by hand for optimum playability and the smooth feel they are famous for. Additionally, our Diamond Deluxe Tremola proved to be one of the best of its kind, providing buttery operation and outstanding tuning stability." Condition: New; Body: Alder, chambered; Color: Narvik blue, black back; Radius: 12", Pickups: Duesenberg; Scale: 25.5

  • Duesenberg
    Paloma

    $3,600 $2,880
    I love Duesenberg guitars, and here is one of their latest lefty offerings, the Paloma, in a bold red sparkle finish and their distinctive retro styling. The Paloma has an alder body, set neck and a humbucker at the bridge with two single coils in the middle and neck position, with a 4-way switch. Great tones, plus their excellent tremolo. Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. Duesenberg sez: "The Paloma is a solidbody, three pickup, 22 fret electric guitar, featuring an alder body, short Duesenberg Radiator Tremola and a set neck with a 648mm scale. The Paloma is for those who seek ultimate flexibility. The three pickup layout featuring our Grand VintageHumbucker and two matched Duesenberg Singlecoils, Pearlito and AlnicoBlade, offer a wide variety of sounds for any situation. The four pickup combinations are accessible through our new 4-Way rotary switch. All of that is topped off by our acclaimed Diamond Deluxe Tremola, Pearloid Diamond fretboard inlays and a beautifully shaped body contour." Condition: New; Body: Maple, arched laminated spruce top; Color: Red sparkle, black back; Radius: 12", Pickups: Duesenberg; Scale: 25.5