Vintage & Used Guitars

USED – The Duesenberg 49er delivers the best proof that traditional electric guitars can, through well-aimed and experienced fine-tuning, be made to produce brand new, brilliant sound. That is, not only does the 49er take on classic form with a mahogany body and solid maple top, it comes equipped with coveted Duesenberg features like Z Tuners, Domino P90 and Grand Vintage pickups, innovative electronics and distinctive Duesenberg “three-step” Art Deco design elements. A unique feature of the 49er is the adjustable STB system, whereby the guitar strings are drawn through the body for optimal transfer of vibration. Furthermore, pressure at the bridge can be fine-tuned according to preference for each individual string. So, for example, the twang element of the bass strings (low setting) can be raised and combined with the softer response characteristics of the diskant strings (high setting), or vice versa. These are nuances that make up the huge difference between ordinary guitars and a Duesenberg!

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Vintage – 1965 Fender Electric XII guitar. Designed by Leo Fender, the Fender Electric XII was introduced in late 1965. The headstock is different from Fender’s usual 6 on-a-side shape, and is sometimes referred to as a “hockey stick”. Leo Fender’s bridge design for this model is very simple, works well, and may be one of Fender’s best designs of the 1960s.

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