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Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Just to wish everyone who has bought guitars from me this year or contacted me through the site with queries and interest in the guitars and the site. Have a great holiday and best wishes for 2019…you always need just one more guitar, especially if Santa can’t fit one down the chimney! …or is a…

1969 Gretsch 6120 Nashville and 1982 Fender Squire Strat JV

Gretsch 6120 and Squire JV coming soon

Hot off the travis-pickin’ trail is this lovely 1969 Gretsch 6120, which will be hopefully (two small children allowing me the time of course…) be up on the Guitars of Vintage shop page soon, and also a nice example of a Fender Squire, made in Japan JV- serial Strat in lovely two-tone sunburst from the…

Denis Cornell and Fuzz Face

Fuzzy Logic with Denis Cornell

Here’s a recent short interview from Guitarist magazine, talking with Denis Cornell – link to the full article here. One of these Fuzz Face beauties from 1981 will be up on the shop soon! Tone guru Denis Cornell of Cornell Custom Amplification talks classic fuzz and reveals his latest addition to the guitarist’s toolbox… 1.…

BB King & Lucille

I remember once I was in an automobile accident

I remember once I was in an automobile accident, and When the car stopped turning over, it fell over on Lucille, And it held it up off me, really, it held it up off me So that’s one time it saved my life The way, the way I came by the name of Lucille, I…

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Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Just to wish everyone who has bought guitars from me this year or contacted me through the site with queries and interest in the guitars and the site. Have a great holiday and best wishes for 2019…you always need just one more guitar, especially if Santa can’t fit one down the chimney! …or is a…

1969 Gretsch 6120 Nashville and 1982 Fender Squire Strat JV

Gretsch 6120 and Squire JV coming soon

Hot off the travis-pickin’ trail is this lovely 1969 Gretsch 6120, which will be hopefully (two small children allowing me the time of course…) be up on the Guitars of Vintage shop page soon, and also a nice example of a Fender Squire, made in Japan JV- serial Strat in lovely two-tone sunburst from the…

Denis Cornell and Fuzz Face

Fuzzy Logic with Denis Cornell

Here’s a recent short interview from Guitarist magazine, talking with Denis Cornell – link to the full article here. One of these Fuzz Face beauties from 1981 will be up on the shop soon! Tone guru Denis Cornell of Cornell Custom Amplification talks classic fuzz and reveals his latest addition to the guitarist’s toolbox… 1.…

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Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Just to wish everyone who has bought guitars from me this year or contacted me through the site with queries and interest in the guitars and the site. Have a great holiday and best wishes for 2019…you always need just one more guitar, especially if Santa can’t fit one down the chimney! …or is a…

Gretsch 6120 and Squire JV coming soon

Hot off the travis-pickin’ trail is this lovely 1969 Gretsch 6120, which will be hopefully (two small children allowing me the time of course…) be up on the Guitars of Vintage shop page soon, and also a nice example of a Fender Squire, made in Japan JV- serial Strat in lovely two-tone sunburst from the…

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Merry Christmas from Guitars of Vintage

Just to wish everyone who has bought guitars from me this year or contacted me through the site with queries and interest in the guitars and the site. Have a great holiday and best wishes for 2019…you always need just one more guitar, especially if Santa can’t fit one down the chimney! …or is a…

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Nashville Deacon Goldtop

Nashville guitar spotting

Guitar spotting on latest season of Nashville and saw Avery with a Gibson 335, Deacon with a L00…

Beck's Burst

Still at Large: 6 Famous Stolen Guitars

Still at Large: 6 Famous Stolen Guitars Still looking for these in attics and car boot sales!

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Selmer

Peter Green and Jeff Beck bought Les Pauls there. John McLaughlin worked there. Paul Kossoff worked there. Tony Hatch worked there. Eric Clapton bought his 335 there. Jimmy Page bought his first Les Paul there. Steve Howe bought his 175 there. Where? The Selmer shop. If you were a player or a budding player based…

The Importance of Tuning

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Nashville guitar spotting

Guitar spotting on latest season of Nashville and saw Avery with a Gibson 335, Deacon with a L00 I think, and Gunnar playing a Country Western – not a Martin in sight!

Top ten Explorers

One of top ten Explorer players…according to Gibson http://www.gibson.com/News-Lifestyle/Features/en-us/great-explorers-0303-2011.aspx Visit the shop to see my 1979 Explorer for sale! https://www.guitarsofvintage.com/1979-gibson-explorer-ii.html

Now We Have Power album review

Cat loving Don, a stick of butter and an Idiot’s Guide to Metaphysics…what more could you want in an album? It seems apt to quote Douglas Adams, ‘I may not of gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be…‘ Enjoy. Courtesy of Progreport.com By Thomas…

Fender Gender Bender

Courtesy of Reverb.com – Published Oct 16, 2018 by Carly Smith Last summer, The Washington Post published a controversial piece on the alleged “death of the electric guitar.” The article claimed that the falling allure of the revered “guitar hero” trope is to blame, moving fewer young people to pick up the instrument without famous, virtuosic players like Jimmy…

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