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Fender American Standard Telemaster - 2016 - Used

$1399.99

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American Standard Telemaster


Our Perspective:
This guitar just arrived from its original owner. The guitar is in great condition with hardly a mark in the finish. Actually, we can not see any marks at all! It has been lightly played and very well taken care of! Comes with the original G&G case. This won’t last long!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!

From the Internet:
FENDER INTRODUCE THE AMERICAN STANDARD OFFSET TELEMASTER
The highly sought after "Telemaster" shape will once again come into production by Fender, with a limited edition 25-piece run to be made.

It is the first time that the shape hasn’t been made by the Custom Shop, and will be introduced at a slightly more accessible price point of around US$1500. The run will be exclusive to Make’n Music in the United States, and all 25 guitars will be in the butterscotch blonde finish.

“Ever since the first official Fender “Telemaster-style” electric guitar was ordered by Make’n Music back in 2005 and delivered in 2008, this unique Jazzmaster / Telecaster Hybrid design became an instant classic – Coveted by Offset lovers everywhere,” says Make’n Music.

“It has long been our hope to bring this traditionally “Custom Shop only” offering to USA production for a more player friendly price point. We couldn’t be happier with how they turned out!”

The guitar features a Custom Shop Twisted Tele single-coil pickup in the neck position and a vintage-style Custom Shop Telecaster single-coil pickup in the bridge position, medium jumbo frets, a maple neck, a three-way pickup selector and volume and tone control. Here's to hoping we might them in Australia soon.

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Fender LTD. American Professional Telecaster w/Rosewood Neck - Surf Green Used

$1499.99

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LTD. American Professional Telecaster with Rosewood Neck


Our Perspective:
This beautiful guitar just arrived on consignment. Its in mint condition and plays and sounds killer! This is a limited run of guitars from Fender - this guitar will surely please the Tele fan!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!

Overview:
Fender is guided by one clear, simple directive: make life better for musicians. While the original Telecaster certainly did that (and then some), we weren’t content to rest on our laurels. Our team of mad scientists examined every component in near-microscopic detail. If we were able to improve it with a new design or modern materials we did; if it didn’t need improvement, we left it alone. When the wood chips and solder fumes settled, what was left was the American Professional Telecaster—everything you need to play your best. Now for a limited time available with an all rosewood neck.

Features: (From the internet)

  • Limited Edition all Rosewood Neck
  • Two Tim Shaw-designed V-Mod single-coil Telecaster pickups
  • New Telecaster bridge with compensated brass barrel saddles for better intonation
  • New modern "Deep C”-shaped neck profile
  • Bone nut
  • 22 narrow-tall frets for easier bending
  • Treble bleed circuit maintains highs when reducing volume
  • Includes Elite Molded hardshell case

Specifications:

  • Model - LTD. American Professional Telecaster w/Rosewood Neck
  • Serial # - US175398
  • Weight - 8 lbs. 2 oz.
  • Color - Surf Green
  • Body Wood - Alder
  • Body Finish - Gloss Polyurethane
  • Neck Shape - Modern Deep C
  • Neck Wood - Rosewood
  • Scale Length - 25.5 in.
  • Truss Rod - Dual-action
  • Neck Finish - Satin
  • Material - Rosewood
  • Radius - 9.5 in.
  • Fret Size - Tall narrow
  • Number of Frets - 22
  • Inlays - Dot
  • Nut Width - 1.687 in. (42.8 mm)
  • Configuration - SS
  • Neck - V-Mod Single-Coil Telecaster 
  • Bridge - V-Mod Single-Coil Telecaster 
  • Control Layout - Master volume, tone
  • Pickup Switch - 3-way
  • Bridge Type - Fixed
  • Bridge Design - 3-Saddle Vintage-Style
  • Tuning Machines - Deluxe Staggered
  • Color - Nickel/chrome
  • Case - Hardshell case
  • Country of Origin - United States
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Fender Muddy Waters Signature Telecaster - Candy Apple Red 2007

$899.99

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Muddy Waters Telecaster


Our Perspective:
This cool Muddy Water’s signature Tele just came in - it plays really well and other than a patch of missing finish on the back its in really great condition!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!!

The Fender Muddy Waters Artist Series Telecaster Electric Guitar embodies the classic look and tone of Muddy's Tele and is now available in this new standard production artist model. The essential specs and spirit of Waters' electric guitar are lovingly re-created, and its tone is as big and unique as its namesake's. Features include an ash '50s Tele body, a maple '62 Custom Tele neck with rosewood fretboard, vintage-style machine heads, 2 U.S. special vintage pickups, 3-way switching, and an American Vintage '52 Tele bridge with brass saddles. Like Muddy's guitar, it has 1-10 Fender amp knobs and Muddy's signature engraved on the neckplate

Specifications:

  • Model - Muddy Waters
  • Serial # - MZ7086147
  • Color - (309) Candy Apple Red, (Polyester Finish) 
  • Body Wood - Ash 
  • Neck Wood - Maple, “C” Shape, (Satin Polyurethane Finish) 
  • Machine Heads - Fender/Ping Vintage Style Tuning Machines 
  • Fingerboard - Rosewood, 9.5” Radius (241 mm) 
  • Frets - 21 Medium Jumbo Frets 
  • Pickups - 2 American Vintage Tele Single-Coil Pickups (Neck/Bridge), with Special Staggered Alnico 5 Magnets in the Bridge Pickup 
  • Controls - Master Volume, Master Tone 
  • Bridge - American Vintage with 3 Brass Saddles 
  • Pickup Switching - 3-Position Blade 
  • Pickguard - 1-Ply White, (9-Hole) 
  • Scale Length - 25.5” (648 mm) 
  • Nut Width - 1.650” (42 mm) 
  • Case - USA G&G Tweed Hardshell

Unique Features:

  • ‘60s Style “Custom Telecaster” Neck with “C” Shape,
  • ‘50s Style Tele Body,
  • “Top Hat” Switch Tip,
  • Fender 1-10 Amp Control Knobs, 
  • Muddy Waters Signature on Neckplate
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G&L ASAT Special - Metal Flake Made in the USA - Used

$1099.99

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ASAT Special


Our Perspective:
This killer G&L ASAT Special just came in on consignment - its in great condition and the jumbo single-coil pickups are off the chart in terms of tone! The neck is super comfortable and lets face it the metal flake is way cool!!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!!

Overview:
The G&L ASAT® Special just might be the quintessential G&L guitar, viewed by many as Leo’s ultimate single-cutaway. Back in 1985, Leo Fender† launched this model under the G&L Broadcaster name, which prompted a response from Fred Gretsch of Gretsch Guitars over the name just as it had thirty-five years earlier. History buffs will recall that the Broadkaster® name is owned by Gretsch, and once again, a Broadcaster from Leo was required to have its name changed. This time around, the name became “ASAT” which is US military shorthand for an “Anti-Satellite” missile.

The ASAT Special, as the model became known, features jumbo single-coil Magnetic Field Design™ pickups, each with a narrow bobbin aperture for a coil which is shallow yet wide. In this regard, an MFD™ jumbo single coil is similar to a P-90 or Jazzmaster® pickup, yet the MFD principle provides a punchier bottom end and brighter top end sparkling with harmonics. Leo further departed with the past with the addition of his innovative Saddle-Lock™ bridge which transfers string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument. The result is one of the most versatile guitars ever, serving up ballsy twang to searing blues to smooth jazz tones.

Founded by Leo Fender in 1980, G&L USA instruments continue to be made in the historic G&L facility on Fender Avenue in Fullerton, California, the Birthplace of Bolt-on™.

Specifications:

  • Model - ASAT Special
  • Serial # - CLF29034
  • Neck - Maple
  • Fingerboard - Rosewood
  • Bridge - Saddle-Lock, Fixed
  • Pickups - Jumbo Single-Coil Magnetic Field Design™
  • Case - G&L Hardshell
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G&L Legacy - Black with White Pearloid PickGuard - USED

$1099.99

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Legacy


Our Perspective:
This guitar was originally purchased here at GMC - the original owner has purchased many G&L’s over the years from our store and has recently fell in love with one of the ASAT’s we had hanging in our showroom and has decided to let this gorgeous Legacy go - the guitar is in great condition, this guitar was well taken care of! Includes the original case and all paper work. Do not miss this beautiful guitar!!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!

Weight - 8 lbs. 13 oz.

Overview:
The G&L Legacy™ blends contemporary refinements from the Leo Fender†-designed S-500™ and Comanche® models with classic Alnico V pickups. If your holy grail is faithful Alnico single-coil tone with modern refinements and superb craftsmanship, the Legacy makes for an excellent choice.

The Legacy’s vintage-spec CLF-100 Alnico V pickups have that unmistakable chime and quack reminiscent of the best examples from the late ‘50s, thanks to the work of Paul Gagon, G&L VP Engineering. Gagon found his inspiration reviewing original prints stored in Leo’s private laboratory at G&L, but that was just the start. About 30 years ago, Gagon was an R&D engineer at another company when he was tasked with finding out what was so special about the early bolt-on guitars many players raved about. Gagon tirelessly analyzed many examples of what were considered holy grail guitars, spending time out on the shop floor talking to builders still working in the pickup department since the ‘50s, all on a quest to discover where the real mojo was – and wasn’t. What he learned from the builders matched his own engineering analysis. You see, back in the day, the actual spec of pickups coming that down that old production line varied considerably. That meant coming up with the right specs for the Legacy pickups was more challenging than simply following the prints. Gagon’s persistence paid off as the Legacy garnered rave reviews from both players and magazines like Guitar Player and Guitar World.

This axe is no slave to the past, however, starting with Leo’s PTB™ (Passive Treble and Bass) system which functions on all three pickups for dramatically more variety than the vintage setup. What’s more, the Legacy features a Leo Fender-designed Dual-Fulcrum vibrato, a work of engineering art which allows bending up or down with unsurpassed stability, while offering a silky feel through its beefy aluminum vibrato arm. The Legacy’s hard-rock maple neck features an easy-playing satin finish, comfortable 9 1/2" radius and Jescar 57110 medium-jumbo nickel-silver frets for silky playability. The moment you open the luxurious hardshell case, you’ll be greeted with a stunning instrument and delicious aroma that’ll have your pulse racing.

CUSTOM SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Model - Legacy
  • Serial Number - CLF071636
  • Body Wood - Alder
  • Body Finish - Black
  • Bridge - DFS Vibrato
  • Knobs - S-Type, White
  • Pickguard - 3-PlyWhite/ Pearl
  • Neck Profile - #1 G&L Classic C - .830" depth at first fret .960" depth at 12th fret (+/- .015" tolerance upon completion)
  • Nut Width - 1 5/8”
  • Radius - 12”
  • Neck Wood - Hard-Rock Maple
  • Fingerboard - Rosewood
  • Neck Finish - Satin Clear
  • Frets - Medium Jumbo
  • Nut - Bone
  • Tuners - G&L Standard
  • Neck Pickup - G&L CLF-100 Alnico 5 single -coil
  • Middle Pickup - G&L CLF-100 Alnico 5 single-coil rev-wound
  • Bridge Pickup - G&L CLF-100 Alnico 5 single -coil
  • Controls - 5-position blade selector, volume, treble, bass
  • Case - Deluxe Black Tolex
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Reverend Slingshot JR. - 57' Yellow Made in the USA - Used

$1499.99

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Slingshot JR.


Our Perspective:
This unbelievably rare and super cool USA made Reverend Slingshot JR. guitar just came in with a hardshell case, both in great condition. The guitar sounds and plays perfectly, of course the new owner may wish to set it up to their liking. There are 2 indents on the back of the neck, it does not affect the playability! Do not miss this ultra-rare USA made guitar!!

Consignment Sale, as such, All Sales Final!

SJR (From the Internet)
The Slingshot Jr. is probably one of the most underrated Guitars in the Reverend line up. Coming on to the scene in late 1999, the first Slingshot Jr. was serial numbered 02159 and was also marked "Jr.#1" and had both Zack's and Joe's Initials.

Six month's later in September of 2001, just about the entire production of Slingshot Jrs ceased. In 2006, as USA production was waning and the import models were waxing, the "last" Slingshot Jr. was made, SN 04727.

The official tally is 45 Slingshot JR’s produced.

Specifications:

  • Model - Slingshot JR.
  • Serial # - 02330
  • Color - 57' Yellow
  • Weight - 5 lbs. 15 oz.
  • Fingerboard - Rosewood
  • Pickups - P-90
  • Controls - Volume, Tone
  • Bridge - Fixed
  • Case - Hardshell Case

FROM THE INTERNET

Reverend USA Guitars
Reverend's USA Guitars were made from 1997 until the Summer of 2006 when guitar production went completely offshore. The USA made Reverend's are classic example of "outside of the box" thinking by creator Joe Naylor. Just about every review of a Reverend guitar glows in its praise of sound, versatility, and value. Guitar Player Magazine has awarded various Reverend models with "Editors Pick" (the new import model's have racked up this honor as well!) on multiple occasions.

Making a Reverend: The Body
All of the USA Reverends share the basic shape that is is defined by an injection molded polymer rim. Reverend USA Guitar BodyThere is a white mahogany center block in which a steel sustain bar has been embedded. The tops and backs are either laminated phenolic (wood and phenolic resin) or laminated phenolic with various metal finishes.
The channels for pickups and electronics are basically the same for all the Reverends. The differences lie in the types and number of pickups used, and the pick guard that houses them. While this is great for the builder and those that want to modify/customize their guitars, it muddies the waters substantially for the collector who are in search of "stock from the factory" models as there are many Reverend guitars that have either been upgraded, customized, or changed from their original form. To make matters worse (for the collector) these changes could have been made by their owners, or they could have been made for their owners by the Reverend factory, though fortunately, Reverend kept track of most of these changes in their instrument archives.

It is not uncommon to find Reverends for sale that are currently Slingshots (two P90s), but have been Avengers, Spys, or Commandos when then came from the factory. While it doesn't affect the guitar's playability, it will effect its collector value.

One word of caution: If you do decided to "modify" your USA Reverend, be sure to keep all of the original parts. Eventually, life may necessitate the need to sell your guitar, and you get a better return on you investment if you guitar is as close to its "from the factory" condition as possible. "Extreme" (irreversible) modifications make the guitar difficult to value and thus harder to sell.

Making a Reverend: The Neck
Reverend USA's come with one of the most respected and admired necks in the guitar business. The USA Reverend line of Guitars went through three phases of guitar necks.

"Eastpointe" Guitar Neck: From about SN 00275

  • Second version guitar neck
  • Headstock decal says "Eastpointe, MI" under Reverend
  • Truss rod adjustment at headstock
  • Thick front to back profile
  • Nut width approximately 1-5/8"
  • Traditional one-way truss rod
  • EARLY EASTPOINTE - dark walnut "skunk stripe" on back of neck
  • LATE EASTPOINTE -NO Skunk stripe, Neck has a 1/2 inch square aluminum reinforcement channel
  • Switch from early to late Approximately SN 02275

Making a Reverend: The Pickups
I need to flesh this section out more, and its a work in Progress. If anyone has decent information regarding Reverend Pickups that were used on Guitars during the USA Era, please let me know.

Reverend Musical Instruments used their own brand of pickups (though made overseas) on all but the earliest of their guitars. The non-Reverend pickups used were more than likely Kent Armstrongs. Even after Reverend began using "their own" pickups, they utilized Kent Armstrongs for the guitar models with lipstick pups (SPY and Early Commando). Other examples are the Rio Grande pickups that were used on the Hot Shot Jrs and the Tele size twin rail humbucker bridge pickup used in the Avenger GT.

To be honest, I am not sure when the switch was made to using the in house Reverend brand of pickups. If anyone can supply this information I'd appreciate it and get this section updated.

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