Think the best darn ES175 copy you’ve ever seen. The name at the top does not start with the letter “G”, it says Eastman, but the price tag at the bottom is correspondent. The Eastman AR371CE is handsome, playable, and great sounding.
This is how a Jazz box should look and sound. If your need is a working mans jazz/blues guitar, that doesn't break the bank this is the one. In terms of sound and playability the last couple of Ar372 have sounded just as good or better than any newer 175's we have tried.
Eastman T386 is an amazing ES335 copy but way less expensive. Handsome, playable, great sounding. The pick ups are warm and well balanced, with plenty of output. As far as we’re concerned this is better than a copy it is a true contender in the hollow body electric market.
The Fender Deluxe Reverb blackface: the holy-grail of guitar amps. We are ecstatic (to say the least) to have this all-original 1966 beast in the shop; especially since all the components from the reverb tank to the speakers are in essentially perfect condition.
The G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy is quite a ride. Great feel, versatile tone, and a looker to boot. This one has a Lake Placid Blue finish, hard rock maple neck, rosewood fretboard, and a single-ply black pickguard.
The G&L Tribute M2000 Bass is an excellent deal for an easy playing bass with a nice set of active humbuckers. This is a facile, versatile instrument that is affordable and more than enough guitar for the learning or intermediate bass player.
This Gibson 54/58 Reissue Les Paul Standard is a rock and roll dream to play and hear. The owner stored it with slacked strings for about the last 20 years and it's ready to go. We've given the frets a grind and polish and she plays true all the way up. The P90s sound amazing! It's rumored that these special orders were inspired by an old batch of mahogany from the '50s. Listening to this guitar, nobody here doubts it.
For those of us that like instruments that are just a bit different and off the beaten path, the Kala U-Bass SMHG-FL is a glorious find. This all-mahogany axe is a very short scale electric bass with the attitude (and looks) of a ukulele.