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  1. Electric Guitars
    This is a really slick,extremely lightweight (6.2lbs!) pine bodied Esquire I got from Faracaster a while back. All the aging on the body and hardware is really nicely done,and it just feels like your grandfather’s old guitar…it just feels as comfortable and natural as an old baseball glove. I...
    $2,200 CAD
  2. Sold Items
    Here's a great MJT Esquire ...pine body and a chunky lightly flamed rounded Ted Stevenson neck. 6105 frets. Jeff Beck's favourite Tele pickup (as heard on "Guitar Shop"). So position 1 is around 9k, Poition 2 is around 6k and is twangier as a result, and Posistion 3 (neck) has a tone cap for a...
    $1,000,000 CAD
  3. Sold Items
    Selling my 2015 reliced MJT Telecaster Esquire. Professionally setup and it plays like a dream Specs: Neck pickup- ** Sold Bridge Seymour Duncan Hot-Rail Aged Bigsby B16 (come with custom Tele bridge) All American pots Clothed wiring Vintage tuners Med profile neck 7.25 radius, 21 med frets, C...
  4. Electric Guitar
    Just acquired this via the wonders of kijiji. Previous owner put a Callaham parchment pickguard and potentially this Duncan lil 59 in the bridge. That pickup will be gone ASAP as I’m looking for a traditional country picker. Anyone know anything about this TDPRI builder? Seems to be MIA and...
  5. Electric Guitar
    ... and it's truly everything I could ever have hoped for, and more! First, a backstory... For the better part of the last three years, I've been reading about these beautiful guitars built by Dan Strain in Nashville, TN. I'm typically more of a PRS or Gibson guy, and historically haven't had...
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