Electric Guitars
The guitars shown on our website are just some of the wide variety of guitars we carry!
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Founded in 1985 by luthier, Paul Reed Smith who had been building guitars since the mid-1970s. Early adopters included Stanley Whitaker, Derek St. Holmes and Howard Leese. The company's big break came when Carlos Santana began playing one of his hand-built models.
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SE Custom 22 Semi Pro
The Jackson bloodline began back in the late 1970s, when heavy music experienced a flamboyant and virtuosic resurgence in popularity and a small Southern California guitar repair shop became the epicenter of a new level of shred-approved excellence. Ever since then, Jackson guitars have been universally lauded as the metal guitars; the shred machines, highly-original, high-performance instruments of distinctive style and formidable substance. From metals chart-topping peaks to its darkest recesses, for discerning guitarists all over the globe, Jackson is the only way to go.
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Cobalt Blue DK3XR Dinky
Leo Fender wanted to craft an instrument that was as functional as it was easy to use. It was a primitive-looking object that was tough as nails, its powerful name inspired by another groundbreaking invention: the television. And with its revolutionary electrified tone, it would change the way music was made—forever.
 
When someone asks, “Why Fender electrics?” the answer is clear. Fender guitars were designed to be louder, and exciting tones they produced are still ingrained into our cultural DNA.

 

The name Epiphone evokes both history and the spirit of invention. The “House of Stathopoulo” has played a central role in every great musical era from the mandolin craze of the early 1900s to jazz age guitars of the 1920s; from swing era archtops through post-war pop, jazz, r&b, and early rock n' roll; and from the "British Invasion" to heavy metal, punk, grunge, and thrash. 

Squier is Fender-sharing its product platforms, trademarks, standards and iconic designs. Squier is the launching pad for beginners, pointing intermediate and advancing guitarists toward their ultimate goal-owning a Fender! With those goals and others in mind, Squier will continue to offer products with features and prices that deliver truly excellent value, from beginners to hobbyists to working musicians alike.
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American Pro II Strat Miami Blue
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Studio Les Paul
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Affinity Strat Lake Placid Blue
The grand dad of American guitar companies, Gretsch® is as vibrant today as it was when it was founded in 1883. The classic from Eddie Cochran to Chet Atkins to George Harrison to Stephen Stills to Brian Setzer...this is it, the look, the sound, the legend.
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Electromatic G54

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Since their start up as a local parts shop in 1976 Schecter has gone above and beyond giving players a well built machine right from the get go. Whether it be their C-6 Plus all the way to the Sun Valley Super Shredder. Schecter will have you taken care of with their awesome set ups and killer guitars!
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C-6 Plus Electric Magenta 
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