Fender Blacktop

The Blacktop Jaguar HH delivers monster dual-bucker tone without breaking the bank. Vintage-style Fender Blacktop alnico humbucking pickups deliver the hot high-gain power of today's most aggressive sounds; other distinctive touches include skirted black amp knobs, Adjusto-Matic bridge with anchored tailpiece, slinky 24" scale, and one lean and mean three-way toggle switch rather than the customary barrage of Jaguar controls. Features include an alder body, maple neck, 9.5"-radius rosewood fretboard, 22 medium-jumbo frets, gloss urethane finish, and nickel/chrome hardware.


Series: Blacktop
Body shape: Jaguar
Body material: alder
Neck: maple
Neck finish: gloss urethane
Fretboard: rosewood
Position inlays: white dots
String nut: synthetic bone
Bridge pickup: Hot Vintage alnico humbucking pickup with nickel cover
Neck pickup: Hot Vintage alnico humbucking pickup with nickel cover

Pickup switching: 3-Position toggle:
Position 1. Full bridge pickup
Position 2. Full neck & bridge pickups
Position 3. Full neck pickup

Controls: Volume, tone 1 (neck pickup), tone 2 (bridge)
Hardware: nickel/chrome
Tuning keys: standard cast/sealed tuning machines
Bridge: Adjusto-Matic with Anchored Tail Piece


Vintage modifide Squire mustang 

Squier welcomes its first-ever Mustang guitar to the family in the sleekly diminutive form of the Vintage Modified Mustang. With its distinctive 24" scale, dual pickup switches and floating bridge with dynamic vibrato tailpiece, its a classic modded with present-day touches including full-sounding Duncan Designed pickups and a 9.5 fingerboard radius.

Features include a maple neck with vintage-tint gloss finish, rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and parchment dot inlays, Mustang single-coil pickups with an aged white cover, on/off-phase (in/out) slider switch for each pickup, master black skirted volume and tone knobs, tortoiseshell pickguards, floating bridge with dynamic vibrato tailpiece and vintage-style tremolo arm, and vintage-style white-tipped tuners.


Fender Jagstang CRAFTED IN JAPAN

Fender Jagstang designed by Kurt Cobain.
This georgous guitar is in feista red and has a upgraded paf gibson humbucker on the bridge.
A great Guitar with tone and looks this iconic guitar is quite the rare guitar now.

the jag stang is a combination of the mustang and the jaguar guitars made by fender.
iit has a superb bridge and tonal range 
the trem is a very nice touch also giving you a nice surf style vibro.



Epiphone Les paul Korean

Body: mahogany
Top: AAA flame maple
Neck: hand-set, mahogany
Scale: 24.75"
Fingerboard: rosewood
Frets: 22 medium jumbo
Fretboard Radius: 12"
Fingerboard Inlay: trapezoid
Nut Width: 1.68"
Binding: 1-ply cream (body)
1-ply cream (neck)
Pickups: ProBucker-2™
Bridge Pickup: ProBucker-3™
Bridge: Locking Tune-o-matic™


Westone Thunder

Body - laminated Ash, Maple and Walnut
Neck - 3-ply Maple,
Rosewood fingerboard. 24.75 inch scale, 22 frets
2 Magnet-F450 pickups, 3 way selector switch Controls - coil tap, phase, active on/off switches.
Master volume, master tone, equalizer volume (Active gain) As with later models, the active tone control gives plus or minus 25db off the centre (Zero) position, unlike later models the gain is variable (Up to 13db boost)
Brass nut knobs and bridge - the bridge saddles are barrel shaped, like the saddles on the Thunder basses.
This version does not have through-body stringing.
Script logo on the headstock
The upper strap button is fitted to the outside of the top horn.


Aria Pro ii

Aria Pro 2 ii Magna Series Super Strat Electric Guitar MA-20

Body material ash body
Body shape features double cutaway


Bridge strings-through bridge
Hardware color black hardware


Fingerboard inlay material pearl fingerboard inlay material
Fingerboard material rosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markers dot 

Finish effects transparent finish
Number of strings 6 strings

Neck joint bolt on neck
Neck material maple neck
Number of frets 22 fret
Tuner layout six-in-a-row tuners


Pickup selector controls 5-way selector switch
Tone controls push-pull tone control
Volume controls 1 volume control


Pickups configuration 2 single coil pickups and 1 humbucker pickup


Epiphone fire bird

The Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio puts the rare Pelham Blue color finish on one of the most iconic rock guitars ever made. The no-frills Ltd. Ed. Firebird Studio features a mahogany body and neck with the classic Firebird reverse headstock profile and 6-on-a-side Steinberger™ 40:1 ratio direct-drive Gearless machine heads. The Firebird is powered by Epiphone's own Alnico Classic Plus™ humbuckers and includes a LockTone™ tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone™ stopbar tailpiece.

All of the instruments in the Ltd. Ed. TV Pelham Blue collection come with he peace of mind of having Epiphone's Limited Lifetime Warranty. Visit your favorite Epiphone dealer today and "go blue" with the Ltd. Ed. TV Pelham Blue Collection from Epiphone.


Washburn Wonderbar

Washburn Guitars is an American manufacturer and importer of guitars, mandolins, and other string instruments. The original company was established in 1883 in Chicago, Illinois. The modern Washburn is a division of US Music Corp., in turn now owned by JAM Industries USA.


This early 90s monster has the all famouse woner bar tremolo system on in good shape and was highly sort after to replace other tremolos like the floyd rose its installed with 2 seymor duncons and a mystery humbucker rail on the bridge 


Aria Pro 

Aria was formed in Japan in 1956 by Shiro Arai as "Arai & Co., Inc".[1][2]

They began retailing acoustic guitars in 1960, although the company did not start manufacturing their own until 1964. Aria arranged for Matsumoku, the musical instrument maker, to build the guitars for them under contract. Arai and Matsumoku started building acoustic guitars in 1964, and then electric guitars in 1966, using Arai, Aria, Aria Diamond, Diamond, and much less frequently, Arita brand names. The Aria brandname was changed to Aria Pro II in late 1975, though this has been used mostly (but not exclusively) for electric guitars and basses. All guitars were made in Japan until 1988, when production of less expensive models (Magna MAB/MAC and Integra IGB series) was switched to Korea.


Freshman Archtop

Body Type: Full Bodied Jazz Arch Top

Top: Solid Sitka Spruce

Back & Sides: Laminated Maple with cream binding & black double carriage purfling

Neck: Maple

Bridge: Ebony with decorative abalone motifs, fully adjustable

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Hardware: Adjustable ebony bridge, ebony tailpiece. Kluson style tuners with opalite tulip buttons.

Electronics: Freshman floating humbucker with volume & tone controls on pickguard

Finish: Sunburst Gloss


Vintage VS6 Reissued Electric Guitar with Vibrola Tailpiece in Gun Hill Blue

There's an undeniable retro-cool attached to the Vintage Reissued VS6V guitars, mainly due to the Wilkinson-designed Vibrola tailpiece. This vintage style tremolo first became popular during the '60s and offers unparalleled return-to-zero performance every time.

The VS6 is one of the most popular guitars in the Vintage® range due to its stunning looks, excellent playability (thanks to its ingenious offset heel design) and awesome tones via authentic-recipe Wilkinson MWVC double coil pickups.


Peavey Stratocaster MADE IN THE USA ! 

Stratocaster copy made by peavey 
an amazing tone i was suprised on the super wireing tone this gave out it is very no catser 

its equiped with a maple neck and alder body 5 way switching with standard peavey single coil pickups, nice action and very bouncy on the playability very good for hendrix players 


Vintage Reissued Series V52

A very cool Guitar expect great tones just like the top fender teles im not kidding i was delighted when i first tried this out you will not be disspointed 

Reissued series
Body: Alder
Bolt-on neck: Maple
Fretboard: Maple
Scale: 648 mm
Nut width: 42 mm
22 Frets
Wilkinson® WTB bridge
2 x Wilkinson® single coil: MWTN (neck), thomann MWTB (bridge)
Wilkinson® Deluxe WJ55S machine heads
Colour: Butterscotch


Squire Stratocaster by fender upgraded 

The Affinity Series Stratocaster features a fat-sounding bridge pickup and two single-coil Strat pickups for versatile tone. A vintage-style Fender tremolo bridge, “C”-shaped maple neck and a lightweight, comfortable body round out the offerings.

i have rewired this in a 60s style loom upgraded altha pots and a juicy capaciter its great for a beginner and beyond i find the stock electrics are a bit weak for theses guitars but my new loom in side this will make you change your mind 


Tanglewood Semi-Hollow 

From our Signature Electric Series, the TSB59-VS is a Semi-Hollow Body archtop electric guitar with all-Maple body. Maple one-piece neck (25" scale) & Rosewood fingerboard. Features 2 Entwistle Vintage Alnico Humbucker pickups. Vintage Gloss finish.


Vintage modifide Squire Jaguar Upgraded

Kurt Cobain played a '65 sunburst Jaguar fitted with DiMarzio humbuckers, and that sums up the type of player Fender is hoping to hook with this Squier version. It's basically a rock beast with retro charm and a bridge humbucker with enough wallop to satisfy most fuzz fiends.

It cleans up well but then again, that's not really a surprise. If you've played any twin-humbucker guitar, you'll know what to expect.

If you're a bit cheesed off with pointy headstock guitars with lollipop stick necks, the Jaguar offers a very cool alternative.

As mentioned, we're not keen on the jackplates and super- sized controls, but in every other regard our time with the Vintage Modified Jaguar HH has been great.

It's vibrant, easy to play and comes loaded with great sounding pickups. Yes, Fender has squeezed an incredible amount of juice out of its old classics, but when the result is an instrument that playa and sounds a step above its price bracket as this does, few will be complaining - big knobs or not.


Epiphone Lespaul Standard And Upgraded 

The Epiphone Les Paul Standard electric guitar is an exceptional guitar, offering the classic look, feel, and tone of its more expensive Gibson cousin, but comes in at a price that makes it a more attainable prospect for many guitarists.

The Epiphone Les Paul Standard includes the customary construction methods that give it that classic full-bodied sound. The back is built using mahogany to create a rumbling mid to low-end energy and enviable sustain. The top is made using maple, which has a crispness that cuts through the mahogany to ensure the overall tone never becomes overwhelmed by the power of the lower frequencies. The body on this particular model has a sophisticated ebony finish, whilst a white pickguard protects the lower bout of the body from unwanted scrapes.

Fitted to the body is a sturdy hand-set mahogany neck, which lends itself well to delivering and maintaining this model's impressive levels of sustain. The neck is shaped to the SlimTaper "D" profile, giving it a comfortable feel in the hand. Paired with the neck is a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard that is a joy to navigate, and thanks to the superb trapezoid position inlays, it's incredibly easy to do so. The medium-jumbo sized frets guarantee a balanced playing feel along the entire length of the neck, whilst the 12" fingerboard radius enables each and every string bend can be executed smoothly.


Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Goldtop

The Epiphone Les Paul ’56 Goldtop is an incredible reincarnation of the guitar heard ‘round the world. When it was released in 1952, original advertisements for the Goldtop Les Paul read "designed by Les Paul and enthusiastically approved by top guitarists everywhere." Time has proven that to be an understatement! The Les Paul Goldtop was a radical design for its time. Even Gibson was so unsure of the model that at first, they hesitated putting the company name on the headstock.

Body     mahogany
Neck     mahogany
Neck Profile     SlimTaper™
Fingerboard     rosewood with 22 medium jumbo frets
Scale     24.75
Nut     1.68”
Bridge     LockTone™ Tune-O-Matic
Tailpiece     StopBar
Controls     Full function volume and tone knobs for each pickup using full-size 500K O potentiometers
Color     Metallic Gold (MG)


ibanez artcore af55 hollow body electric guitar

A no-nonsense hollow-body that delivers the feel and sound.

The bound, all-maple full hollowbody provides tight resonance without feedback, perfect for that muted jazz tone and fully flexible for everything from alt rock to pounding punk. The mahogany set neck with bound rosewood fretboard is a delight to the digits. An ACH-ST humbucker at the neck and ACH-ST at the bridge provide a beefy, quiet signal with pronounced mids.


Bound, all-maple full hollowbody
Mahogany set neck
Rosewood fretboard
22 frets
ACH-ST humbuckers
Master Volume/Tone
3-way pickup toggle
Tune-o-matic bridge on floating base



With its classic looks, genuine tone woods, and Wilkinson designed hardware and pickups, the Vintage VS6 delivers everything from blues to heavy rock in spades.

Featuring an ingeniously designed drop shoulder and offset heel to provide improved access to the upper frets, giving the VS6 an edgier, more streamlined appearance.


Body Mahogany
Scratchplate 3-ply Black
Neck Mahogany – Set Neck
Frets 22
Top Nut Black Graphite
Nut Width 42.5mm
Bridge Tune-O-Matic with Stop bar Tailpiece – Distressed
Machine Heads Wilkinson Deluxe WJ44 3+3
Hardware Colour Nickel – Distressed
Pickups 2 Wilkinson MWVC Double Coils
Controls 2 Volume/ 2 Tone/ 3-way Toggle Switch


Jim Deacon 62 Electric Guitar Jdst62

Jim Deacon JDST62 Electric Guitar Sunburst. Copied from the 1962 famous solidbody 3 pickup guitar, this Jim Deacon guitar is by far the best playing electric guitar under £150. In fact, close your eyes and it even sounds like the classic. All the period retro features are there with this guitar. Maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, truss rod "skunk stripe" on the back of the neck, synchronised trem, aged parts, the list goes on. You will not find a better beginner guitar, full stop.


Mania Deluxe Telecaster

An unknown brand just but a very nice guitar
tiger stripe maple top with alder body, Maple neck with stock tuners.
ia creamy and mellow tone but cranked up really screams, 

with this one you should play it to understand what im saying, 

3 way switching with a master volume and 1 tone 



Electric guitar built to Les Paul's original 1952 specification
Built to Les Paul's original 1952 spec
Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard
Dot positional inlays
650R and 700T alnico humbucking pickups in neck and bridge position
LockTone tune-o-matic tailpiece and stopbar
Covered machine heads provide reliable tuning
Volume and tone controls for each pickup


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