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1957 Magnatone MkIII

1957 Magnatone MkIII + OSSC

Considered by many to have been the father of the electric guitar, Paul Bigsby’s  influence can be seen throughout the cannon. Having decided to conce...

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1957 Supro Belmont

1957 Supro Belmont + OSSC

Formed in 1942, Valco were the cornerstone of affordable guitar building in the post war era. Responsible for building solid body guitars for both Nat...

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1965 Hofner President

1965 Hofner President + HSC

Hofner has a long history of musical instrument manufacture stretching back to the 19th Century. If any company is set to survive it has to follow tre...

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1965 Kay Vanguard II

1965 Kay Vanguard II + HSC

A well worn finish married to this classic red burst paint job really adds to the mojo of this guitar. There are signs of touch up here and there but ...

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1978 Guild S-50 Electric Guitar

1978 Guild S-50 + HSC

A 1978 Guild S-50 for your delectationThis guitar is in great shape. The finish shows the odd mark and knock but nothing too substantial. The clear fi...

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1980's Vanden 335

1980's Mike Vanden 335 + HSC

Stunning example of furthering the form, Mike Vanden’s take on the classic Gibson semi hollow design is a head turner. Carved Curly Maple top and back...

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2011 Knight Arena

2011 Knight Arena + OHSC

Having joined Dick Knight’s operation in 1965, Gordon Wells and his son Robbie are the current custodians of the Knight name and have carried on build...

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1957 Supro Dual Tone

1957 Supro Dual Tone + OHSC

For guitar enthusiasts and collectors, the 1957 Supro Dual Tone in white is a sought-after and very reasonably priced instrument that embodies the bes...

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1963 Kay Red Devil

1963 Kay Red Devil + HSC

1963 Kay Red DevilThis guitar looks stunning, the transparent cherry finish really setting off the flamed maple of the top and back. There are the ine...

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