As cool and easy to play as it was in 1964, the Fender Offset Mustang offers a few key upgrades to the original short-scale, offset design. Two MP-90 single-coil pickups are wired through three-way toggle switching. The modern “C”-shape maple neck with 9.5”-radius maple fingerboard and medium jumbo frets is easier to play than ever, and the six-saddle string-through hardtail bridge adds sustain and reliability.
Fender Offset Series Mustang Faded Mocha FSR Limited Edition - $499.99
Fender Player Stratocaster Surf Green & Shell Pink - $674.99
If you’ve been looking for a well-made Stratocaster, then look no further. Fender keeps the specs stock across the board with an alder body, three Player Series single-coils, 9.5”-radius fingerboard, and two-point tremolo bridge with bent-steel saddles, updating only the neck profile to a very playable “Modern C" shape. Simple and classic, this is the Stratocaster distilled to its purest form.
Fender Player Telecaster Olive & Daphne Blue - $674.99
A no-frills classic made for players of all levels, the Fender Player Telecaster is a true workhorse guitar. Fender keeps the specs stock across the board with an alder body, two Player Series single-coils, 9.5”-radius fingerboard, and string-through bridge with bent-steel saddles, updating only the neck profile to a very playable “Modern C” shape. Rugged and ready, this it the Telecaster. Simple but never plain.
Supro 2010BZ Jamesport Bronze Metallic - $699
Supro 2010BZ Jamesport Bronze Metallic (CME Exclusive) The Jamesport is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960’s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickup have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern player’s instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone.
The unique, Gold Foil pickup found in the Supro Jamesport is faithful reproduction of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup used in the Jamesport is slightly overwound and located right at the harmonic “sweet spot”, as seen on the original Supro Ozark.
Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster Candy Apple Red - $799.99
Commemorating the debut of the iconic Telecaster, the Fender Road Worn ‘50s Telecaster is a near-exact replica of the instrument’s very first production models. Featuring a nitrocellulose lacquer Road Worn finish on a solid alder body, maple neck with 7.25”-radius maple fingerboard, and vintage-inspired hardware, this is the spitting image of a 1950s Tele. What’s more, Fender equips this one with dual Tex-Mex pickups that squeal and sing just like your favorite ‘50s hand-wound single coils without the massive price tag. That’s what Road Worn is all about.
Reverend Double Agent OG LE Coral & Avocado Green - $899
The Double Agent OG (Original Guitar) is back! It has the same Humbucker/P90 pickups, but on a single cutaway body, with a tuneomatic bridge and stop tail. Now, hardtail fans can switch seamlessly from powerful to cool. And when the pickups are combined, the tone is a unique depth-meets-twang unlike anything else.
Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster Surf Green - $899.99
Initially marketed to jazz guitarists as a sophisticated and specialized new release from Fender, the Jazzmaster was a near-instant hit with surf-rockers. This Classic Player in CME Exclusive Surf Green is an updated take on the old offset. Two Pure Vintage 65 Jazzmaster pickups with "lead"/"rhythm" dual-circuit design and three-way toggle switch bring a fatter tone with more heat, while the optimized neck pocket improves playability. It's the Jazzmaster. The original. There's nothing else quite like it, and it's better than ever.
Reverend Double Agent W Outfield Ivy Metallic LE - $999
Have you ever wanted the power and girth of a bridge humbucker, and the sweet/bluesy tone of a neck P-90 in one axe? Then this is your guitar. The two pickups complement each other perfectly, allowing you to switch seamlessly between two different tonal characters without losing volume or punch. And combined, they offer up a unique balls-meets-twang tone unlike anything else.
Fender American Special Telecaster Limited Edition Charcoal Frost, Shell Pink & Surf Green - $999.99
The original go-to guitar for that country-style chicken pickin’, the Telecaster gets a thoroughly American upgrade with two Texas Special single-coil pickups and Greasebucket circuitry. Add to that a modern “C” neck profile and jumbo frets and the Fender American Special Telecaster is more than enough to make us stand at attention.
Quality players play quality instruments, and nothing speaks to the virtues of American-made quality like the Fender American Special series. For all players, the American Special series represents an invitation to participate in the storied heritage of the American solid-body electric as exemplified by models like the Stratocaster, Telecaster, and Jazz and Precision basses. American components, American hardware, American sound–made nowhere else but here. That’s American Special.
Reverend Charger 290 LE Great Lakes Blue - $1099
Great vintage tone that’s better than you remember. Loaded with Reverend’s CP90s, this model is fantastic for both clean and distorted tones — twangy enough for country, but thick enough for rock. Each limited-edition model has a Bigsby B-50 that’s been loaded with Reverend’s own soft-touch spring.
Gibson USA SG Standard w/Tortoise Pickguard & T-Type Pickups
Like the greatest SGs ever made, the SG Standard starts with a foundation of solid mahogany, a tonewood with a long tradition at Gibson. A solid mahogany body is crafted in the distinctive, thin asymmetrical dual-cutaway style, with iconic pointed “horns” and beveled edges to enhance playing comfort. A solid, Grade-A, quarter-sawn mahogany neck is glued into the body in Gibson’s time-tested tradition, and carved to a fast, slim taper profile. It is topped with a bound fingerboard made from genuine Grade-A rosewood with 22 medium-jumbo frets, and acrylic small block inlays.
Fender American Original Jazzmaster Sherwood Green Metallic w/Painted Headcap - $2049.99
A modern reproduction of the guitar that entranced generations of the musical vanguard, the Fender American Original ‘60s Jazzmaster keeps alive the classic style and tone of first Jazzmaster, updating the fretboard radius for a modern playability.
Picking up where the celebrated American Vintage Series left off, the Fender American Original Series features re-imagined, “best-of-the-decade” versions of some of the most legendary model years of the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jaguar, Jazzmaster, and Jazz and Precision basses, updated for modern playability.
Gibson Memphis ES-335 Dot Harbor Blue w/VOS Hardware & T-Type Pickups - $2999.99
The 2019 Gibson ES-335 DOT is the cornerstone of the Gibson ES line-up. From it's inaugural appearance in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 set an unmatched standard. The pearloid dot inlay rosewood fingerboard on a hand-rolled Rounded "C" mahogany neck remind players where it all started. CME Exclusive T-Type pickups are paired with our MTC Plus control assembly. The result, is that versatile Gibson ES tone that players have craved for over 60 years. Tuning stability and precise intonation are provided by the Grover "Milk Bottle" tuners, ABR-1 bridge with titanium saddles, and locking tail piece studs.
Fender Custom Shop 1955 & 1961 "Chicago Special" Telecaster - $3480-$3520
Our 1955 & 1961 “CME Spec” Telecasters are a perfect blend of modern and vintage appointments, making it your new favorite Tele! Equipt with a 9.5” radius on a slab rosewood fretboard, and enhanced by a rift sawn maple neck, this Telecaster is comfortable and versatile.
Our Chicago Special pickups were created with Mike Lewis to accentuate the best of each Tele pickup. The bridge pickup comes with wide diameter Alnico 3 magnets that are wound with thinner 43 gauge enamel wire giving it then presence you would expect from a classic Tele pickup. The neck pickup however is constructed of wide diameter Alnico 5 magnets that are overwound with 43 gauge enamel wire, giving it a huge sound. Both pickups are a potted in Shellac balancing both pickups with an open and wide frequency range.
Fender Custom Shop 1955 & 1960 "Chicago Special" Stratocasters - $3480-$3600
The “Chicago Special” 1955 Stratocaster is loaded with all of the greatest features this iconic guitar can offer. In keeping with Leo’s vision, every CME 1955 Strat features the iconic 7.25” radius, era correct plastics, and even includes a 3-way switch in the case. We hand selected the neck profile to draw on this vintage classic, and chose a rift sawn neck to enhance the resonance of the maple board. Finally, the Chicago Special pickups we’re created with Mike Lewis to ensure a balanced output across every pole piece. The Alnico 5 magnets are wrapped in 42 gauge enamel wire, and potted in shellac to recreate the round highs, and wide open frequency range of a vintage pickup. If you’re looking for the perfect vintage style stratocaster, this one's for you!
If a more modern spin on a classic Strat is something that interests you, the 1960 “Chicago Special” Stratocaster is for you. The 1960’s were a period of innovation, so we honored the spirit of the time by including a 9’5” radius (a modern upgrade) and a the Fender ½ blender which allows you to blend in the neck pickup in the 1st and 2nd position by way of the first tone knob. The slab rosewood fretboard is joined to a rift sawn maple neck to enhance the resonance of the neck. Finally, the Chicago Special pickups we’re created with Mike Lewis to ensure a balanced output across every pole piece. The Alnico 5 magnets are wrapped in 42 gauge enamel wire, and potted in shellac to recreate the round highs, and wide open frequency range of a vintage pickup.
"Chicago Special" Strat® pickups: Calibrated set - bridge to neck - for balanced output Each pickup as custom AlNiCo 5 magnet stagger for optimum output balance string-to-string 42 gauge enamel wire for round highs Potted in shellac for open wide range frequency response
Fender Custom Shop 1959, 1962 & 1966 "Chicago Special" Jazzmasters - $3980-$4720
Our goal with our Custom Shop Jazzmasters was to make the absolute best sounding and playing JMs out there. Seems pretty simple right? Combining a mix of vintage specs, and modern mods we think you’ll agree that me hit the mark. From 1959 to 1966, our “Chicago Special” Jazzmasters have a 7.25” radius, a slab rosewood fretboard, and a rift sawn maple neck. The magic really happens under the guard with the combination of a 250k volume pot and our Chicago Specials. Based on a set of 1961 Jazzmaster pickups, George Bland helped us craft our set to have higher output in the neck position than the bridge. The bridge pickup is slightly overwound giving it a smooth and round presence, while the neck pickup is moderately overwound giving it a huge bottom end with with round highs. Both Alnico 5 pickups are potted in shellac to give them a wide and open dynamic range, and wound with 42 gauge enamel wire. When you put everything together, you get the most balanced Jazzmaster on the market!
Our 1970 “Chicago Special” Jazzmaster has a 7.25” radius, and a rift sawn maple neck. The magic really happens under the guard with the combination of a 250k volume pot and our Chicago Specials. Based on a set of 1961 Jazzmaster pickups, George Blanda helped us craft our set to have higher output in the neck position than the bridge. The bridge pickup is slightly overwound giving it a smooth and round presence, while the neck pickup is moderately overwound giving it a huge bottom end with with round highs. Both Alnico 5 pickups are potted in shellac to give them a wide and open dynamic range, and wound with 42 gauge enamel wire.
Fender Custom Shop American "CME Spec" Custom Telecaster - $3920
The Fender Telecaster is such a ground-breaking design that it's hard to narrow down which particular model is "the best." That's why we took our favorite specs from vintage and modern Telecasters and combined them into one lean, mean, tone-producing machine!
With a Seymour Duncan Antiquity Humbucker in the neck, and a Hand-Wound Broadcaster pickup in the bridge, our Tele covers a lot of ground on the tonal spectrum. Combine that with our exclusive finishes, vintage-correct appointments modern playability considerations, this is a Telecaster that shouldn't be passed up!
Fender Custom Shop 1962 & 1966 "CME Spec" Jaguars - $4080-$4720
Originally introduced in 1962 as Fender's top-of-the-line model, the incredibly versatile Jaguar played critical role in musical countercultures since its inception. Our "CME Spec" '62 Jaguar pays homage to the original look and feel of vintage Jags, with classic finishes and a comfortable Journeyman Relic and Tortoise pickguards, while adding some modern amenities such as Lollar Jaguar pickups, Rift Sawn Maple necks, and AAA Rosewood fingerboards.
Gibson Custom 1957 Les Paul Standard - $5699
With hand selected tops and fingerboards, custom finishes, and true historic specs, our '57 Les Paul Standards are designed to help you stand out from the crowd while giving you access to those highly sought-after vintage Les Paul specs at a fraction of the cost of an original.
Gibson Custom 1959 Les Paul Standard - $6499
This is it. The 1959 Les Paul Standard in all its glory...just better than the original. With insane hand-picked tops and fingerboards, completely historically-accurate VOS hardware, Carmelita hand-carved necks and Custom Bucker pickups, the '59 Les Paul has never looked or sounded better than it does in one of our exclusive Burst finishes.
We worked tirelessly with the talented luthiers at the Gibson Custom Shop to produce the highest possible quality '59 Les Paul. Our models seem to come straight out of a custom order form from 1959, and will look great and sound even better for decades to come.
Gibson Custom 1956 Les Paul Standard Antique Frost Blue & Sparkling Burgundy - $6699-$6899
For over 20 years Gibson Custom has been carrying on their legacy of American craftsmanship and human ingenuity. They firmly believe that there remains a place in the world for the best of the best, and the value of their achievement extends well beyond the glossy sheen and gratifying weight of a well crafted Les Paul guitar.
Our '56 Les Pauls are completely unique, unbelievably-accurate modern versions of highly coveted vintage LP's with custom finish options that you wish were around back in the day. With hand-carved Carmelita necks and Custom Shop P90 Soap Bar pickups, the only way to get a more authentic vintage owning experience is to find a genuine '56 itself.