Fender Freddie Tavares Aloha Stratocaster 1994 Number 1 of 153 – A tribute to one of Leo Fender’s longtime employees. The hollow aluminum body features an anodized finish with Hawaiian scene graphics. It features all the paper work, plus a deluxe custom blue leather gig bag and a special SKB molded flight case. MC OGB and OHSC $15,000.

Gibson Les Paul Classic 2003 – A LP Classic in a Lightburst finish with Burstbucker Pro pickups installed. EC, HSC $1500.

Gibson Les Paul 58 Reissue Figured 2002 – Just arrived. These 58 “Figured Tops” were produced for a short time before they became “Plain Tops”. It has the exact same specs as it’s more expensive “59” brother. EC, HSC $3500.

Ibanez JS2000 2002 – A Joe Satriani limited edition guitar that features a Champagne Gold finish and a unusual stop tail piece with locking nut and fine tuners. EC, HSC $695.

Ovation Deacon 1973 – Yes, Ovation made solidbody electric guitars back then. Now you know why they don’t anymore! Their unique features include the “battle axe” shape, the “huge” single coil pickups that look like a humbuckers, and the preamp boost, which was pretty hi-tech stuff back then. VGC, HSC $1595.

PRS Custom 24 Bonni Pink 1990 – This amazing guitar is in the extremely rare Bonni Pink finish made for longtime PRS friend and associate Bonni Lloyd. Includes a second backplate signed by Lloyd. MC, HSC $8500.

PRS Custom 24 Artist Package 2012 – This is a stunning PRS with an ultra 10 top, root beer finish, rosewood neck, fancy bird inlays, and gold hardware. MC, HSC $4150.

PRS Standard 1994 – It features a surf green finish on a all-mahogany body with moon inlays. Very unique and cool looking. EC, HSC $2395.