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  1. 1986 Rickenbacker 360 Natural finish w Black hardware, truss - $1699 OBO eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281421515220 Up for sale is a 1986 Rickenbacker 360 six-string in natural finish with black hardware, black truss cover and black pickguard. It's all original and everything is in perfect working order. Hard shell case included. I got this a month ago for a recording project that called for a Rick. Was hoping to bond with it, but I like my Tele better. The neck is straight with low easy action and no fret buzzing. It's in spectacular condition for being almost 30 years old. It has no cracks, dents or dings and only minor little scratches and scrapes that one might expect with 30 years of playing. It plays great and has that classic, unmistakable Rick sound when plugged into a nice tube amp. I didn't get a chance to plug her into a Vox AC30, but I was getting some awesome Tom Petty tones through my 5E3 Tweed Deluxe with this. Get your jangle on!
  2. Vintage 1960's Teisco Kingston A-2T Sorrento Swinger electric guitar eBay Link: http://bit.ly/1iK7Jsm $0.99 Starting Bid, NR This is a great example of a bizarre 60's, made in Japan guitar. It shows both age and wear, but is in overall nice shape with no cracks, breaks or repairs. For a guitar that's 50+ years old, I'd say it's in good condition with the cosmetics of a natural relic. Original tremolo arm is included. Original strap buttons are installed. On the back of the headstock, it says "Steel Reinforced Neck." Neck plate says Made in Japan. The pickguard is metallic and depending on how you shift it in the light, it has stripes This would look hot under stage lighting. Guitar is untested. I don't currently have an amp or interface to plug into. To cover my bases, I'm saying this is a project guitar. It may need some TLC, or it may work perfectly fine once you plug it in. It's missing a tuning button, which can be purchased online from Stew Mac for $2 (http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Tuners/T...ner_Knobs.html). My original plan was to install vintage style slot-top Klusons with plastic buttons, the ones on Fender Mustangs, but never got around to it. If you're sticking with the original open-backs, I'd suggest using WD40 on the gears. I have crazy GAS for a Divided by 13 and trying to raise funds. These are hot right now. Don't miss your chance!
  3. Blue Microphones Baby Bottle Studio Condenser Mic w/ Case, Shockmount eBay Link: http://bit.ly/1a8ejGA Up for sale is a Blue Baby Bottle microphone in excellent condition and full working order. Used for vocals on one song in my home studio and put back in its case. Great sounding, professional mic. You'll love singing and/or doing spoken voiceovers with this. This sounds superb with Apogee interfaces and Waves' CLA compressor. It would be a great addition to any mic locker. To my ears, I enjoy its character more than its sister microphone the Blue Bird. Comes with original box, shockmount, windscreen, wooden case, registration/warranty card, manual and Blue certificate of authenticity. You'll be receiving everything you'd get if you bought this new at Guitar Center. eBay Link: http://bit.ly/1a8ejGA
  4. Bump. $950. http://www.ebay.com/itm/281036110350
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