Vintage Fender Starcaster Guitars

Vintage Fender Starcaster Guitars

Fender debuted a totally new model for the 1976 production year: the Starcaster. Fender's brand was built upon the solid body electric guitar market but the Starcaster totally defied its previous market niche. The Starcaster featured a semi-hollow, double cutaway body with offset waist and their popular Seth Lover designed…
Vintage Guitar and Amp Recently sold

Vintage Guitar and Amp Recently sold

Recently sold at True Vintage Guitar: 1966 Fender Deluxe Reverb-Amp and 1970 Fender Competition Mustang. What an incredibly clean pair! The vintage Fender Deluxe Reverb came in locally from a gentleman who purchased it brand new in 1967. He used it to amplifier his combo organ in a band for…
Vintage 1961 Fender Jazzmaster

Vintage 1961 Fender Jazzmaster

This vintage 1961 Fender Jazzmaster was apparently refinished at the factory in Olympic White sometime in the late 1960s or very early 1970s. The Schaller tuners were definitely added sometime later. The Jazzmaster was introduced in 1958 as Fender's top of the line electric guitar with all the innovation including…
1973 Maestro Echoplex EP-3

1973 Maestro Echoplex EP-3

The Maestro Echoplex EP-3 debuted in 1970 as the next update in the Echoplex line. The early versions were made laminate pine cabinet, black top tape transport base and the legendary preamp circuit that has been copied by so many pedal manufacturers. Later EP-3s and EP-4s used a thicker, particle board cabinet…
1972 Echoplex EM-1 Groupmaster

1972 Echoplex EM-1 Groupmaster

The Echoplex EM-1 Groupmaster is a Mike Battle designed four channel mixer version of the storied EP-3 introduced ca. 1970. This rare tape echo combines two of the desirable EP-3 (Jimmy Page tone) preamps with the added functionality of a four input mixer and attractive large UV meter. The mixer allows the…
Gibson Era Vintage Epiphone Guitars

Gibson Era Vintage Epiphone Guitars

The two decades from 1950 to 1970 saw a massive shift for the Epiphone brand name from family company to Gibson's upscale line to cheap import sub-brand. Many players are unfamiliar with the fact that the Gibson made, Epiphone branded guitars from 1957 until 1969 were partially an attempt by Gibson to…
Early 1965 Fender Jazzmaster

Early 1965 Fender Jazzmaster

While the Jazzmaster model never really appealed to the Jazz musician market, it seems to have a lasting appeal to just about all other types of guitar players. The offset body and endless tonal combinations were just what the burgeoning Surf scene musicians were looking for. The Jazzmaster model has been…

Vintage Fender Guitar Values

Are you looking to sell a vintage Fender guitar? Talk to a passionate expert on vintage Fender electric guitars today. Take some basic photos and send me an email or fill out the form on this page where you can upload some photos if you have them. I buy guitars from…
Vintage Ibanez JL-70 Jetlyzer Pedal

Vintage Ibanez JL-70 Jetlyzer Pedal

The Ibanez JL-70 Jetlyzer pedal was a modulation type effect pedal made by Maxon in Japan in the mid 1970s. The Jetlyzer featured both a phaser effect as well as a dramatic "Jet" effect. The Jetlyzer was available from 1975 to 1977. From the manual, "The Ibanez Jetlyzer is a…
1947 Gibson L-7

1947 Gibson L-7

The Gibson L-7 model was a well constructed professional grade budget friendly archtop guitar. It went through many changes from its introduction in 1933 until its retirement in the early 1970s. The L-7 had a fair amount of fancy adornments for a budget model such as a script pearl inlay, multiple…