Guitars for Sale

We have guitars in the shop available for purchase.

Some of these are guitars that have been refurbished by us, some are our own custom-made guitars, some are vintage and some are new.  Guitars are available for local pick up, or shipped within the US for additional cost. If you're interested in purchasing one of our guitars, or would just like more info, please contact us by email, come by the shop, or call us at (321) 301-4619.
Really nice Fender Strat from (about?) 1980. Could be a bit earlier or a bit later, as Fender was not consistently doing meaningful neck stamps and serial numbers at that time. In any case, this is a nice, clean example in a classic period finish. The guitar is in remarkably good shape, and everything works as it should. It plays well, and sounds bright and crisp. Just like you'd expect a stratocaster from this period. There's plenty of life left in the frets, and we've done a fresh setup here in our shop, too. The original Fender case is included. On the case, the latches are sprung but everything is there and the case can be securely closed. $1550
New Jacobs Custom Guitars Tele-style guitar.  One of our "relic-ed" guitars, this one is really outstanding. Hand-applied checking throughout.  Perfect setup.  Case included.  Call for more info.
2008 Nash S-57 Classic Nash look & feel.  This guitar has had a Fender logo applied to the headstock by it's previous owner, but this guitar was not produced by Fender.  Same owner, in the past, also painted over the original red finish.  We removed that and refinished the guitar in the original red and added some "Nash-like" relic-ing, as well.  But all the good stuff remains, including the custom Lollar pickups.  Case included.  SOLD

1973 "ish" Gibson J-55.  This guitar came to us in rather poor condition, but after some restoration and some TLC it's back in good playing condition.  Includes period correct Gibson case, too.  $950
2014 G&L ASAT.  A beautiful telecaster-style guitar in "like new" condition.  Really sounds nice, especially with the humbucker pickup in the neck position.  Includes original case and documentation from G&L. $1250
NEW Jacobs Custom Tele-type.  Started as a 1-piece ash body, weighing in at 3.5 pounds.  Add a maple rift-sawn neck with a Brazillian rosewood fingerboard, with 1 11/16." nut.  The neck is a medium "C" profile with a 9.5 degree radius.  The pickups are Lollar 52's and the guitar is setup with 4-way switching.  Beautiful 3-color nitro finish, compensated saddles and vintage-style Grover tuners.  Yeah, this thing has all the goodies and it sounds fantastic. includes case. $2000
New Jacobs Custom Guitars Strat-type in beautiful Lake Placid Blue nitro finish.  Fender "Pure Vintage" pickups. Built by Tom Jacobs. Includes case. $1450 
New (2014) Guild Doyle Dykes Signature 12-string guitar.   SOLD
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2016 Jacobs Custom Guitars Tele-Type.  SOLD.
1964 Fender King.   SOLD
1969 Guild M-75 BluesbirdSOLD
1971 Guild S-100 Polara.  SOLD
2014 Guild D-150.  SOLD
NEW Guild M-120E.  With its comfortable body and distinctive voice, the M-120E provides excellent balance and a delicate tone. Featuring solid African mahogany top, back and sides, the M-120E’s 24 ¾” scale length, vintage shaped Guild neck, and 1¾” nut width make this concert size guitar easy to play. The Fishman Sonitone pickup allows for expert amplification of this small-bodied guitar’s incredibly rich sound. Additional features include an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and period-correct tortoiseshell pickguard. A mother-of-pearl rosette and Guild’s iconic Chesterfield headstock emblem reminiscent of 1960s models complete the package. The M-120E includes Guild’s new lightweight polyfoam case.  $800
NEW Guild S-100 Polara Reissue.  Guild style from the ’70s is back and better than ever with the return of the solid-body S-100 guitar. With its solid and slightly offset mahogany body, the new S-100 Polara™ evokes its esteemed and hard-rocking predecessor of more than 40 years ago. Responsive and versatile, it also features a distinctive 24 3/4″ scale, rock-solid mahogany neck, brilliant Black finish, and a potent pair of Guild HB-1 pickups.  The welcome return of a true Guild classic.
Late 90s Guild X-150D SOLD
1975 Guild F-50  SOLD
1936 Orpheum No. 3   SOLD.
1930's Regal Arch-top.  SOLD
Jacobs Custom Guitars '52 T-Type.  This one has sold, but we can make another one just for you.
1977 Guild CE-100D.  SOLD
1966 Guild F-30 "Aragon"   SOLD