The Music Man Valentine is the signature model of James Valentine of Maroon 5. This design is a unique blend of a telecaster and a 335 style guitar giving it great versatility for a wide range of tonal combinations. The single coil neck paired with the coil tappable Humbucker in the bridge really delivers some great tones. The natural finish, tortoise shell pick guard, and roasted maple neck are a great combination and it also includes a matching Music Man hard shell case.
The Guild M-240E Troubadour acoustic electric guitar is a modern day creation of a vintage favorite and Guild did a great job with this small body acoustic. The Sunburst finish adds a nice vintage look and the DeArmond Pickup allows you to plug in and dial in your tone if needed but the arch back design of this little Guild really does project nicely. It also includes a Guild Padded gig bag making is easy to bring with you on the go.
The Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Left handed Electric Bass is one of the most popular basses we stock and we have just been informed that this model will not be made in 2018. Lucky for our lefty bass playing friends we have ordered a hand full of Stingray basses in left handed that will be arriving this spring/summer and once they are gone we are unsure of when they will come back to being available left handed. We would highly recommend reserving one as we cannot get any more into production at this point and they always move fast.
The left handed Reverend Super Rev sports a Korina body with a ’69 Lime finish, color match headstock, racing stripes, and a retro looking super rev graphic giving this lefty Reverend electric guitar a muscle car vibe and a killer look. The Rail hammer Alnico Grande pickup paired with the bass contour control really allows you to dial in all the tones you need. Very limited quantities in lefty and we are not sure if this model will be made again or not, it’s rumored that the reason this model was made left handed is because Elliot Easton of the Cars personally asked for one so a limited run was made left handed to accommodate. It'll be tough to find a left handed electric guitar with these looks and features.
This left handed Fender USA made Stratocaster is part of a hard to find batch of guitars that are known for their connection to famed Dan Smith era of Fender guitars in the early 80’s. The late 70’s weren’t a great time for the Fender Reputation and Dan Smith was brought in from Yamaha to improve the quality and reputation. This is a rare lefty stratocaster and it is all original and in great shape. Own a piece of Fender history with this awesome left handed USA made Fender Strat.
This beautiful black cherry burst left handed Washburn Idol has is all original and a hard to find lefty. The idol body shape is reminiscent of the Les Paul look but it is thinner and contoured on the back, making it lighter and more comfortable to play. Pickups sound awesome and it includes a matching Washburn hard shell case. This model is no longer made in a lefty and we do not expect this one to stick around long.
The Fender Blues Junior Tube Combo Amplifier is a very popular model that can be used for a wide range of tones. This is especially sought after for its great clean tones but it also sounds great with some dirt on it to get on those bluesy licks. This model is compact and easy to travel with, at 15 tube watts it can get loud if needed but also breaks up nicely at a tolerable volume. This Blues Junior Combo has been fully tested and is in great working order.
This rare 1988 Gibson ES Showcase Semi hollow electric was made in the USA in a limited run and it features stock active EMG pickups, which is rare in an ES. The finish has aged wonderfully and it has a look to it. This has not been abused at all and it is in great shape, especially given the year. Neck plays great, includes a matching Gibson Hard shell case.
The D’Angelico Bob Weir Premier SS Signature Series electric guitar is one of the bestselling signature series models on the market. The Satin gray finish paired with the chrome hardware and 3 ply pick guard give it the look of the higher end deluxe models without the price tag. We happened to see Bob Weir playing this exact model on stage at the NAMM show and he really made this beautiful D’Angelico sing. This model includes a matching D’Angelico gig bag to keep your instrument safe and sound when you are on the go.
D’Angelico has always been known for their beautiful arch top, semi-hollow, and hollow body models but in recent years they have expanding their line to offer solid body electrics. The left handed Premier SD model features a similar look to traditional Les Paul models but it has a slightly wider lower bout and a contoured back, adding to the comfort and making this lighter than most LP style guitars. The pickups feature push/pull coil tapping which allows for a wide range of tonal combinations, making this as versatile as it is beautiful. This model includes a matching D’Angelico gig bag and it is available in black and Trans blue in a left handed model.