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    New Year, new arrivals. A belated happy new year to you, first a minty 2016 Gibson Les Paul Traditional in desert burst with case, 57 classic pickups and as new at £1495. Plus a lovely Fender Stratocaster in Morocco Red from 1980, one of the International Colours series made in that year and early 1981, non- original machine heads and scratchplate and knobs, the rest is factory standard. Everyone who plays it says how nice it plays and sounds £1295 with original case. Also a nice fender classic series Thinline Telecaster ‘72 reissue in sunburst from 2009, great condition and lightweight £695
     19th Jan 19  0 View Post  
     
    New arrivals this week, a minty limited run Gibson Les Paul from 1998 with gold hardware, 100% original with case £1695, a super-rare lawsuit era Fernandes T Deluxe from the 1970’s with Telecaster on the headstock £695, a mint Gretsch G5622T Electromatic made in 2017 at £550, a Blackstar Artisan 15 hand wired head with flightcase in mint condition with flightcase £795
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    Happy Christmas from us all at The Little Guitar Shop, our opening hours over the holiday are: Saturday 22nd open 10:30 til 5:30 Sunday 23rd closed Monday 24th closed Christmas Day closed Boxing Day closed Thursday 27th closed Friday 28th open 10:30 til 5:30 Saturday 29th open 10:30 til 5:30
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    New arrivals this week, a lovely Gibson SG Junior made in 1965, all original, modern compensated bridge fitted, original bridge and Vibrola included £2695. A mint Fender American Special Telecaster in blonde with maple neck £575, an Epiphone Riviera P93 in wine red 2018 model in as new condition £325. Also a very nice Fender Vibrochamp from 1978 in great condition and sounds glorious £750.
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    Also new in today is this very alluring Rickenbacker 660 in midnight, checquered binding, stunning rosewood fretboard, gold scratchplate and plays superbly. £2679
     28th Nov 18  0 View Post  
     
    Well it’s been a while and we have all been busy fettling guitars in the workshop but we have had an influx of new ( and used) guitars this last week. New Tokai Japan guitars that are so good we had to think hard about whether to take them home ourselves. A lovely UES 166 (‘59 style 335) in tobacco sunburst that is one of the best semi’s we’ve played ever £1795. A ULS 125GT Love Rock Goldtop 56 style with P90’s that looks, sounds and plays better than you-know-what at £1295, Two double edge bound TTE 55 Breezysounds in Candy Apple Red or Blue Metallic at £995, and two gorgeous cherry sunburst TTE78 Breezysound at £1095 each, finally a classy TST50 in Fiesta Red with maple neck at £895.all come with Tokai hardcases, We are super impressed with the tonewoods, construction, build quality and fretting on all these guitars
     28th Nov 18  0 View Post  
     
    Let's go! We're at the @guitarshowsnorthern #merseysideguitarshow on Floor 2 with more six-stringed delights than you can shake a head at in disbelief! Pop on over 🎸
     25th Nov 18  0 View Post  
     
    They don't come much more satisfying than this! 1972 les paul Custom, all original apart from the bridge! Featuring non original Gibson hardcase, T-Top pickups and no breaks! Some fretwear but plays very well with no buzzing. Priced to sell at £3250
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    Some more posh gear has come in plus a very appropriate Gibson Les Paul voodoo with original hardcase £795 , just in time for Halloween. A mint condition Martin 00028EC Eric Clapton signature at £2695, and a mint condition Gretsch White Falcon double cut from 2003 £2495
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    We had some visitors today, Jo, Mike,Ian and Lee - a fair chunk of the ELO band who spent an hour or so with us and enjoyed playing amongst other things a Tokai Japan semi, a Silverstar, G&L S500 and Legacy and Lee liked our rare Mossmann 12 string a lot. Great to you all and best wishes for tonight and tomorrow in Brum and the rest of the tour from Ges, Rob and Martin
     12th Oct 18  0 View Post