Rickenbacker bass serial dating
This is an NOS(New Old Stock) ES-335 Dot(1959 Reissue) in Black with Gold Hardware.
This is a factory Left Handed 1958 Gretsch 6128 Duo-Jet Serial # 35203.
This is a 2003 Gibson Historic 1959/R9 Les Paul in Ice Tea Gloss Finish, Nickel Hardware, Dark Rosewood Fingerboard, and nicely figured top.
This guitar has a nice weight at well under 9 lbs: 8.65 lbs (8lbs, 10.4oz to be exact) as measured on a Mettler commercial scale.
This is one of 2 or maybe 3 left handed 1954 Reissue Strats from the Fender Custom Shop’s Masterbuilt Department. All of the details on this guitar can be found in this NOV 2004 Vintage Guitar Magazine article: This impressive guitar incorporates modern enhancements like an ABR-1 bridge with titanium saddles, and a hand-wired MTC control assembly paired to our MHS P-90 pickups with hum-canceling capabilities.
As a lefty the chances are pretty good that you’ve not had the opportunity to give a Charlie Christian pickup equipped Telecaster a workout before, so there’s a good chance you don’t know what you’re missing out on.
The new Gibson ES-330 in a Sunset Burst finish is designed with historic hollow-body features at heart.
This impressive guitar incorporates modern enhancements like an ABR-1 bridge with titanium saddles, and a hand-wired MTC control assembly paired to our MHS P-90 pickups with hum-canceling capabilities.
This is a Gibson Les Paul SG Standard Authentic with 1961 specs, special ordered from the Gibson Custom Shop in 2005.
This is from the new limited run of Brazilian R9s – and the lefties are even more rare, with only a handful made.
The Brazilian R9 Les Pauls have been among the most collectable of modern-era guitars.
This is a factory original Left Handed 1964 Fender Strat in the ultra rare custom color finish: Red Sparkle.
It is also known as Metallic Red, and the abbreviation of “MR” along with LH for Left Handed can be seen in the top of the body.
It’s a beautiful guitar, sounds killer with the Custom Buckers, very resonant lightweight body.