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SJ-100 - Vintage Sunburst (1941 SJ-100)

Acoustic Guitars - Gibson Acoustic's SJ-100 acoustic-electric guitar is a stunning re-creation of one of the company's rarest flattops. Introduced in 1939 as a more affordable and less ornamented stablemate to the SJ-200 "King of the Flattops," the SJ-100's tasteful, simple appointments and solid spruce/mahogany construction delivered a massive dose of premium tone and playability. And it still does. To bring that rich tone to the stage or the studio, this superb American-made instrument is fitted with a Baggs Element pickup system. Own a piece of music history - the Gibson Acoustic SJ-100.Gibson Acoustic SJ-100 Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:The Gibson Super JumboRosewood bodied acoustics are where it's at for recordingClassic Gibson CraftsmanshipThe Gibson Super JumboGibson's Super Jumbo guitars were originally built to cut through the loudest acoustic ensembles, allowing them to compete with the mandolins and banjos that were prevalent in "pre-amplified" times. It's still a thrill to hear the well-balanced sound of a Super Jumbo ring out loud and clear, the maple sides and spruce top pumping out a throaty tone that's equally great for high-octane strumming and delicate fingerpicking. Everyone from arena rockers to country artists to blues greats choose these guitars for their incredible sound, projection, build quality, and, let's face it, stunning looks.Mahogany bodied acoustics are where it's at for recordingWhen it comes to recording flat-picked acoustic guitars, professional recording engineers prefer instruments with a mahogany back and sides, rather than rosewood. If that surprises you, understand that it has to do with the preponderance of low end inherent in rosewood-bodied guitars (that must dealt with) - versus the perfection with which a properly-recorded mahogany-bodied acoustic sits within a track. The Gibson Acoustic SJ-100 is a cannon - very loud, but superbly balanced. It's a great choice for tracking in a thick mix - yet it sounds rich and full-bodied on its own. Just aim a small-diaphragm condenser mic at the 12th fret and you're good-to-go. Record the Baggs Element pickup output to another track and you've got beaucoup mix options.Classic Gibson CraftsmanshipGibson's reputation as a fine guitar builder dates back to the late 1800s. Handcrafted since day one by some of the most skilled luthiers around, Gibson acoustic guitars have inspired countless players around the world. When you pick up a Gibson acoustic, you know you're getting the finest tonewoods, quality hardware, and incredible attention to detail - these instruments are built to sound great and stand the test of time. After moving from Kalamazoo, MI, to Nashville, TN (where Gibson electric guitars continue to be made), Gibson finally settled their acoustic operation in Bozeman, MT, where they continue making some of the finest guitars on the planet by hand.Gibson Acoustic SJ-100 Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:100% American-made; quality Gibson handcrafted

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Vintage Record Player Turntable Decor Neon Sign LED Wall Clock

Materials:Acrylic,Aluminum; Finish:Brushed; Piece/Set:1; Size:Medium; Dimension (inch):10; Net Weight (kg):0.58; Gross Weight (kg):0.75; Theme:FoodDrink; Time Display:Analog; Style:Modern/Contemporary,Retro; Indoor/Outdoor:Indoor; Shape:Round; Feature:Quartz Movement; Type:Wall Clock; Power:AC,DC,AA; Battery Quantity:0

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SansAmp PSA-1.1 (SansAmp Amp Emulator)

Guitar Pedals & Effects - The popular SansAmp PSA-1 underwent an internal redesign and is now known as SansAmp PSA-1.1. While the 100% analog signal path and functionality remain the same, during the design process Tech 21 was able to include a few new features: an on/off switch on the front panel, more program locations (there are now 128), a master volume control, an XLR ground lift switch, phantom power MIDI input, and a dedicated headphone output.Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1.1 Amp/Cabinet Emulator at a Glance:An updated version of a studio standardProduces the most recognized tube amp sounds for guitar or bassMIDI support allows loading and saving presetsDual outputs can be used simultaneouslyAn updated version of a studio standardThe SansAmp PSA-1.1 is the newest version of the SansAmp PSA. Considered a staple in professional recording studios, the SansAmp PSA has been used on major releases and worldwide tours for multiple applications and instruments, including horns, vocals and drums. Players, engineers and producers alike will find the SansAmp PSA-1.1 very simple to operate. To program, you just tweak the knobs and save. Parameters are adjusted in real time with traditional analog potentiometers. The digital memory stores the positions of the pots. With 256 incremental steps, each rotary control increases and decreases in a smooth linear fashion.The exceptionally versatile SansAmp PSA-1.1 offers 49 factory presets of the most recognized vintage and modern tube amp sounds for guitar and bass, and 77 user-definable locations. A Universal Output Section enables the signal to be compatible with full range-systems as well as guitar/bass speaker cabinets. With the SansAmp PSA-1.1, you can record direct to tape, as well as warm up existing tracks in mixdowns. For live applications, it can be used as a preamp, "monster direct box" to P.A. system, and as an outboard processor.Via the SansAmp PSA-1.1's MIDI port, you can load and off-load your PSA-1.1 presets, map program locations, and select MIDI channels (including Omni Mode). Remote program changes can also be made via MIDI (including Tech 21's own equally player-friendly MIDI Mouse foot controller).The PSA-1.1's other features include dual 1/4" and XLR outputs for stereo processing, either of which can be set at line or instrument level, and used simultaneously. The non-glare, 3-digit LED display is readable from any angle, in daylight or darkness.Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1.1 Amp/Cabinet Emulator Features:Easy-to-use amp and cabinet emulator for studio or live use49 presets of the best-known tube amp sounds for guitar or bass77 user-definable locationsOutput signal compatible with both full-range systems and guitar/bass cabinetsUse for recording or as a mixing toolUse live as a preamp, DI, or outboard processorDual 1/4" and XLR outputs can be set at line or instrument levelNon-glare LED display is easy to read, even in daylightDial in any guitar or bass sound you want with the SansAmp PSA-1.1! Rackmount

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VT250FX's (2 x 50W Guitar Amplifier)

Guitar Amps - Take your guitar tone stereo with a Behringer Virtube VT250FX dual 12" combo guitar amplifier. This ultra-versatile amp includes two footswitchable channels, each with their own 3-band EQs, while switchable VTC (Virtual Tube Circuitry) lets you go from sparkling solid-state clean to wild and wooly tube-style overdrive. A pair of effects processors also let you jazz up your tone, adding modulation, delay, and reverb into the mix. You can easily add your own effects too, thanks to the VT250FX's stereo effects loop, and additional I/O makes practicing and recording a breeze.Behringer Virtube VT250FX Combo Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:Two channels give you plenty of tone optionsTrick out your tone with two built-in effects processorsExtra connections offer cool ways to play and recordTwo channels give you plenty of tone optionsWith two independent channels, the Behringer Virtube VT250FX delivers a range of tone from sparkling clean to hot and heavy overdrive. Each channel on the VT250FX has its own independent 3-band EQ, and the mid-frequency contour control on the overdrive channel lets you totally define your sound. And one other thing that makes the VT250FX stand out from other affordable amplifiers here at Sweetwater is its switchable VTC (Virtual Tube Circuitry) button, which lets you select between solid-state precision and tube-style warmth, dramatically changing the character of your amp.Trick out your tone with two built-in effects processorsThe Behringer Virtube VT250FX makes spicing up your tone with effects a piece of cake. For starters, this guitar amplifier comes equipped with an easy-to-use multi-effects processor, which lets you call up a range of chorus, delay, flanger, and combination effects with a twist of a dial. A separate reverb effect also allows you to instantly add depth and atmosphere to your tone. On top of that, the VT250FX comes equipped with an effects loop, which lets you add your own stompboxes and rackmount processors into the mix.Extra connections offer cool ways to play and recordHere's something that really sets the VT250FX apart from other amplifiers in its class: its extensive collection of I/O. First up, there's the headphone/line-level output, which not only mutes your output (handy for late-night practice and recording) but also adds Behringer's speaker emulation to your sound, so you still get the full amp experience. Alternatively, you can grab just the send of the effects loop and use that to record your dry guitar signal as your monitor through your VT250FX. The speaker output lets you hook up just about an cab with 4-ohms or more of impedance. On the input side, there's a 1/4" stereo jack that lets you hook up a media player or drum machine, so you can rock out with some inspiration. Behringer Virtube VT250FX Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:Stereo 2 x 50-watt, 2-channel guitar amplifier with switchable VTC tube modeling2 x 12" Bugera vintage-style guitar speaker delivers classic guitar amp

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ELA M 251E (ELA M 251E)

Live Sound Microphones - The Telefunken ELA M 251E large-diaphragm tube condenser mic is a faithful rendition of a legend. The original, introduced in 1960, is reverentially considered to be one of the most gorgeous sounding mics ever made. With rare working-condition vintage '251s going for major ducats, this meticulous reissue is a no-brainer if you're after that uniquely smooth, present, and open sound you've heard on countless hits. Sporting three pickup patterns and a max SPL of 138dB, this microphone delivers sumptuous results on any instrument. Stock your mic locker with a classic: the Telefunken ELA M 251E.Telefunken ELA M 251E Large-diaphragm Multi-pattern Tube Condenser Mic at a Glance:Achieve sonic opulence (without a second mortgage)Three polar patterns accommodate any recording taskA few examples of what you can do with this incredible micAchieve sonic opulence (without a second mortgage)Made from 1960 to 1965 with an estimated total production run of fewer than 3,700 units, the original Telefunken ELA M 251E is highly coveted. Rare working-condition vintage examples fetch well into the five figures, when you can even find one for sale. So, Telefunken did something very intelligent: a meticulous reissue. But first, as there were no available blueprints or schematics for the original, they had to reverse-engineer from prime vintage samples. The results are jaw-dropping: pure sonic opulence.Three polar patterns accommodate any recording taskWith its three pickup patterns, the Telefunken ELA M 251E is ideal for a range of (stereo) recording techniques, including Spaced Pair (A/B), XY (including Blumlein), ORTF array, and Mid-Side (MS). Read on for a few examples to get the creative juices flowing. A few examples of what you can do with this incredible micTwo singers, one mic: grab the Telefunken ELA M 251E, set it to figure-8, and you're good to go. Record a sax solo overdub with natural "slap": position the ELA M 251E (again, on figure-8) between the sax player and the control room window and adjust mic position to taste. Ginormous Val Garay-style toms (two racks and a floor): three '251s on cardioid, fairly close-in, just don't let the drummer hit the mics! Full symphony orchestra, Bob Fine's Mercury Living Presence technique: Three '251s, set to omni, across the proscenium arch; record to three tracks panned left, center, and right. Set your levels for peaks, then leave those faders alone and let the conductor balance the orchestra. We could go on, but you can already see how the Telefunken ELA M 251E can be used in any number of ways to produce incredible sounding tracks.Telefunken ELA M 251E Large-diaphragm Multi-pattern Tube Condenser Mic Features:A glorious sounding reissue of a glorious sounding classicMeticulously crafted to historic detailEdge-terminated, dual backplate CK-12 capsule1" dual-sided gold sputtered membraneExternal power supply (supplied)3 polar patterns: cardioid, omni, and figure-8138dB maximum SPLIncludes locki

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Elvis Presley Jukebox Radio: Play It Again Elvis Jukebox Radio

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For a pocketful of change, glowing jukeboxes in diners, drive-ins and malt shops across America kept fans rocking with the King of Rock 'n' Roll® all night long. Now you can bring back the days when Elvis® made jukeboxes rock and bobby-soxers scream with the Play It Again Elvis Jukebox Radio, a first-of-a-kind jukebox-style radio exclusively from The Bradford Exchange and officially licensed by Elvis Presley® Enterprises. This fully functional jukebox radio is expertly handcrafted to recapture the glowing memories of Elvis with unforgettable portraits by acclaimed artists Bruce Emmett and Nate Giorgio, in a classic jukebox style and 21st-century audio excellence - making it the perfect modern day tribute.The jukebox radio boasts a state-of-the-art AM/FM tuner and speaker with on/off switch and volume control. Hand-painted and engraved jukebox detailing includes a sculptured Elvis TCB logo and a "gold record" with his replica signature. A retro-style dial, tuning knobs and a cloth speaker screen add to the vintage flair. And if all that weren't enough, the Elvis jukebox illuminates with LED lights, recalling the glowing neon of classic jukeboxes! Your Play It Again Elvis Jukebox Radio comes ready to rock, and dock with your iPod or MP3 player. Lit or unlit, this exclusive 50s-style Elvis Presley jukebox radio will make an impressive statement in any room. Strong demand is expected. So order now!

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Les Paul Special Double Cut - Vintage Sunburst

Electric Guitars - The Gibson Les Paul Special Double Cutaway solidbody electric guitar was originally introduced in 1958 and is still a rock 'n' roll staple today. With its streamlined and lightweight mahogany body and neck, you'll find this Les Paul Junior Special easy to pick up and play (but not so easy to put down). You've got two P-90 single-coil pickups which many players consider more versatile than humbuckers. And the G-Force tuning system makes lets you switch up tunings on the fly. Check out the other updates on Gibson's 2015 Les Paul Special Double Cutaway today!Gibson Les Paul Special Double Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Gibson's 2015 updates offer enhanced playabilityG-Force automatic tuning system delivers perfect intonation - and moreAstounding tonal versatility from P-90 single-coil pickupsGibson's 2015 updates offer enhanced playabilityComfort and playability were two of Gibson's primary concerns when they were designing this 2015 Les Paul Special Double Cutaway solidbody electric guitar. This guitar's neck and fretboard are .050" wider on each side, making bends and vibrato much easier on its outer strings. Speaking of this Les Paul Standards's silky-smooth fretboard, it's now sanded and buffed to perfection with an all-new oil treatment, making it easy for you to display your fast fretwork. Also, Gibson's new patent-applied-for Zero fret nut can be easily adjusted with a hex key if your action is too high - no filing necessary. The Gibson Les Paul Special Double Cutaway plays better than ever thanks to a new PLEK process and a new lower fret wire.G-Force automatic tuning system delivers perfect intonation - and moreIf you loved Gibson's Min-ETune tuning system, you'll love their newly-developed G-Force even more. Thanks to G-Force, not only can you tune your 2015 Les Paul Special Double Cutaway solidbody electric guitar with a single strum, you can also make use of alternate tunings without having to retune or switch guitars. You can also calibrate your guitar to an external source. Say you have a vintage piano that's not quite tuned to A440. Now, thanks to G-Force, the piano and your guitar can play together beautifully with no tuning hassles. And thanks to Sweetwater's 55-point Guitar Evaluation, you know your Les Paul Special Double Cutaway will play beautifully right out of the box!Astounding tonal versatility from P-90 single-coil pickupsThe Gibson Les Paul Special Double Cutaway is fitted with two P-90 pickups. Gibson's first successful single-coil pickup, the P-90 can be heard on countless classic recordings. With its biting treble and high output, the P-90 cleans up nicely when you roll back your guitar's volume pot. And when you hit your amp hard, the P-90 really wails. It's an amazingly versatile pickup that's great for any style of music. The Les Paul Special's wraparound bridge/tailpiece bridge will ensure that your already captivating tone resonates and sustains with exquisite sweetness.Gibson Les

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Crosley CR612 Clock Radio

Clock Radio - Limited Warranty: 90 Day - Width: 9" - Height: 13" - Depth: 8.5" - Color: Black - Form Factor: Desktop - Built-in Devices: CD Player

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Classic Player 50s Stratocaster Electric Guitar, 2-Color Sunburst

Designed by Fender Custom Shop Master Builder Dennis Galuszka, the Fender Classic Player 50s Stratocaster guitar features an alder body, maple neck with a 9.5 radius and 21 medium jumbo frets, 57/62 vintage-style single-coil pickups (reverse wound/reverse polarity middle pickup), custom two-point vintage-style tremolo, five-way switch and custom pickup switching, and Gotoh vintage-style locking tuners.

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Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition - Vintage Sunburst

Acoustic Guitars - Modeled after folk icon Bob Dylan's SJ-200, the Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition acoustic-electric guitar is a collector's dream come true. You'll love the jumbo-sized tone from the AAA flame maple back and sides and the Adirondack spruce top. Intricate inlays on the dual pickguards, rosewood fretboard, and headstock are sure to draw attention at every gig. Gibson loaded this limited-edition SJ-200 with an LR Baggs Anthem system for premium plugged-in tones. If you're a fan of Bob Dylan or the SJ-200, the Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition acoustic-electric guitar is a must-have for your collection.Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:A guitar patterned after Bob Dylan's SJ-200LR Baggs Anthem system delivers amazing plugged-in tonesHandcrafted limited-edition guitarA guitar patterned after Bob Dylan's SJ-200The limited-edition Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition guitar was modeled after Bob Dylan's classic SJ-200. The first thing you'll notice about this eye-catching guitar is the dual engraved tortoise pickguards. The rosewood fretboard feels great thanks to its rolled edges and looks great with mother-of-pearl Bella Voce inlays. Gibson Acoustic used premium AAA flame maple for the back and sides with Adirondack spruce for the top. This limited-edition guitar is sure to go fast so call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer today!LR Baggs Anthem system delivers amazing plugged-in tonesGibson Acoustic's Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition is loaded with a feedback-busting, natural-sounding pickup - the LR Baggs Anthem. There's no modeling and no illusions going on here. The Anthem is strictly a well-designed microphone that picks up your SJ-200 - clean, clear, and full of dynamics. While many guitar mics are way too prone to feedback or just as bad... give you that annoying "boxy sound" when used alone... the LR Baggs Anthem is like having your acoustic sound just "turned up," so it's full of detail, warmth, and personality.Handcrafted limited-edition guitarAll Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition acoustic-electric guitars are handcrafted by Gibson in Bozeman, Montana, from premium tonewoods and components. The Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition features a premium-quality solid Adirondack red spruce top and gorgeous AAA flamed maple back and sides. The bound rosewood fingerboard features a Bella Voce mother-of-pearl inlays as well as an artist's eye inlay on the headstock. Visit the Sweetwater Guitar Gallery for hi-res photos of all of our in-stock Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition acoustic-electric guitars!Gibson Acoustic Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player's Edition Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:Limited-edition SJ-200 modeled after Bob Dylan's personal guitarA premium Adirondack spruce top and AAA flame maple back and sides deliver big soundLR Baggs Anthem system delivers spot-on acoustic sound when you plug inRosewood fingerboard with r

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Player's Edition Bob Dylan SJ-200 Acoustic-Electric Guitar

The Gibson SJ-200 Player's Edition is a high-performance model based on Bob Dylan's personal guitar. This model is constructed with Adirondack red spruce and hand-selected AAA flamed maple. Featuring vintage style hide glue top bracing.

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Classic Player Jaguar Special - 3-Color Sunburst

Electric Guitars - The Classic Player Jaguar® Special takes everything that made the Jaguar such a revolutionary instrument in the 1960s and adds some modern player-requested touches. The alder body is loaded with new pickups that provide fatter tone and hotter output. Another interesting enhanced feature is the neck pocket is cut differently for better pitch. The trem plate has been moved to increase the break angle and improve sustain. The Classic Player Jaguar Special also sports an Adjusto-Matic bridge for great intonation. The Classic Player Jaguar Special merges the past and the present!Fender Classic Player Jaguar Special at a Glance:Fender StyleClassic Player Unique FeaturesFender StyleFender guitars of the late '50s and early '60s borrowed a lot from the automobile designs of the times, which meant lots of chrome and lines that were anything but "traditional." The Jaguar used the same offset-waist body shape as the Jazzmaster™ (first introduced in about 1958) and added even more chrome across the face of the instrument, including a plethora of switch and control plates, as well as a separate bridge and "floating" vibrato system. Classic Player Unique FeaturesThere are a variety of new features on the Classic Player Jaguar Special that set it apart from its vintage-styled siblings. New pickups provide fatter tone and more output and an Adjusto-Matic bridge keeps intonation in check. Medium jumbo frets make bends easier and a new neck pocket cut provides better pitch and a comfy feel. Another cool modification from the original, the trem plate has migrated closer to bridge to increase break angle and sustain and a screw-in tremolo arm is also a stark improvement over the original. Black plastic knobs and switches round out the features.Fender Classic Player Jaguar Special Features:Color - 3-color SunburstBody - AlderNeck - Maple, "C" Shape, (Polyurethane Finish)Fingerboard - Rosewood, 9.5" RadiusNo. of Frets - 22 Medium Jumbo FretsPickups - 2 Special Design Hot Jaguar Single-Coil Pickups (Neck & Bridge)Pickup Switching - 2-On/Off Slide Switches, One for Each PickupBridge - FENDER® Adjusto-Matic Bridge with Vintage Style "Floating" Tremolo Tailpiece and Tremolo Lock ButtonMachine Heads - Fender/Ping Vintage Style Tuning MachinesHardware - ChromePickguard - 4-Ply Brown ShellScale Length - 24" Width at Nut - 1.650" Medium Jumbo FretsNew Neck Pocket Cut Provides Better Pitch9.5" RadiusTrem Plate Moved Closer to Bridge to Increase Break Angle and SustainScrew-In Tremolo ArmBlack Plastic Knobs and SwitchesAccessories - Deluxe Gig Bag includedFender Classic Player Jaguar Special merges the best of the past with modern players' desires!NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales. Solidbody Guitars

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Deluxe Player's Strat - Sapphire Blue Transparent

Electric Guitars - A few years back, FENDER® released a surprisingly upscale Strat® with a more surprisingly low price tag. Now, by popular demand, the company has released the Deluxe Player's Stratocaster®, an updated version of the former Super Strat®. Upgraded with American-made Vintage Noiseless™ pickups, this guitar not only sounds great, but with a 12-inch neck radius and medium jumbo frets, it's a real workhorse of a guitar. And, don't forget about the push button switch that gives the player seven different pickup combinations!Fender Deluxe Player's Strat at a Glance:Solid ash body with Sapphire Blue Transparent polyester finish.Four-ply brown tortoiseshell pickguard and gold plated hardware.Three Vintage Noiseless Strat pickups with special push button pickup. voicing.One-piece maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with modern "C" shape.Superbly playable and supremely affordableThere's not another Strat in the entire Fender line that offers up so much "bang for the buck!" You start with that classic custom contoured Strat body with all its sleek lines. The solid ash body sports an eye-catching Sapphire Blue Transparent polyester finish which contrasts nicely with the four-ply brown tortoiseshell pickguard and the gold plated hardware. You can easily bend notes or entire chords up or down with the vintage style synchronized tremolo unit, but you'll always stay in tune thanks to the ageless Leo Fender design. And consider this: There's no other Strat at this price point that gives you access to so many pickup voicings - seven in all! Best of all, this wonderfully playable guitar comes with a surprisingly affordable price tag.The Trademark Strat Sound - Plus!The original Strat had three single coil pickups, so it was able to produce sounds that no other guitar could deliver, particularly once Player's discovered they could lodge the three-position blade switch in those "in-between" positions to access neck / middle and bridge / middle pickup combinations. These were often erroneously referred to as the "out-of-phase" settings. The Deluxe Player's Strat ships with premium Vintage Noiseless Strat pickups and a five-way blade switch, so you can easily access the extra pickup voicings. But that's not all! Like the original Super Strat®, it adds a special push button that activates the bridge pickup in positions 4 and 5, giving the Deluxe Player's Strat seven possible pickup combinations for extraordinary tonal possibilities.Fast Playing Maple Neck with Rosewood FingerboardLeo Fender wasn't afraid to "think outside the box" when it came to guitar designs - after all, he was an engineer, not a guitar player. In the 1950s and well into the 1970s, the blond natural maple neck became almost synonymous with Fender guitars. The Deluxe Player's Strat comes with a one-piece maple neck and adds a more traditional rosewood fingerboard, but with a modern "C" shape and a slightly wider 12-inch radius for super smooth licks, runs and arpeggios. In keepi

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Classic Player '50s Stratocaster - 2-Color Sunburst

Electric Guitars - Fender's Classic Player '50s Strat®, is the result of a collaboration between Fender's world renown Master Builders, and the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, offering Custom Shop features at a modest price. With decades of combined guitar building experience, FENDER® Custom Shop Master Builders Dennis Galuzka, Gregory Fessler and Chris Fleming were tasked with creating their own "dream list" of specifications for these new Classic Series instruments. No ideas would be off limits, and no feature would be excluded in creating these customized and affordable guitars. What they came up with were features such as the vintage tuners, custom wiring, custom 2-point vintage bridge and 9.5" fingerboard radius on Dennis Galuzka's Classic Player '50s Strat®. Classic Player '50s Stratocaster® At-a-Glance:Classic Strat® DesignTrademark Strat SoundFast Playing Soft "V" Maple NeckClassic Strat DesignThough the original Stratocaster was first introduced more than 50 years ago, it's more popular now than ever, and the Classic Player Series instruments are the end result of 50 years of evolution. This guitar takes the best of the Stratocaster of the '50s and merges it with Custom Shop touches. The sleek. select alder body is covered with a classy 2-color sunburst and a jewel-like polyurethane finish. Each Classic Player '50s Strat features a special matching pickguard. In this case, the 2-color sunburst finish is beautifully complemented with a single-ply white vinyl pickguard along with special aged plastic parts.Trademark Strat SoundThe original Strat had three single coil pickups, but the Classic Player '50s utilizes 3 American Vintage Strat single-soil pickups with staggered, Alnico 5 Magnet Pole Pieces, Aged Covers and the middle pickup reverse wound/reverse polarity for hum canceling in the middle switch position, so you get instant access to all those classic, glossy Strat tones with a simple flick of the five-position blade switch.Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:Position 1. Bridge PickupPosition 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup Position 3. Middle Pickup Position 4. Neck and Middle PickupPosition 5. Neck PickupFast Playing Soft "V" Maple NeckLeo Fender wasn't afraid to "think outside the box" when it came to guitar designs. In the 1950s and well into the 1970s, the blond natural maple neck became almost synonymous with Fender guitars. This Strat keeps the trademark maple neck and fingerboard, but this one has that special '50s soft "V" shape that many players prefer (Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy to name just two) along with a 9.5-inch radius. Classic Player '50s Stratocaster FeaturesBody: Alder2-Color Sunburst Neck: 1-Piece Maple, Soft "V" Shape, (Gloss Polyurethane Finish)Fingerboard: Maple, 9.5" Radius No. of Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo FretsPickups: 3 American Vintage Strat Single-Coil Alnico 5 PickupsMaster Volume, 2 Tone ControlsVintage Style 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Stamped S

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Classic Player '50s Stratocaster - Shoreline Gold

Electric Guitars - Fender's Classic Player '50s Strat®, is the result of a collaboration between Fender's world renown Master Builders, and the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, offering Custom Shop features at a modest price. With decades of combined guitar building experience, FENDER® Custom Shop Master Builders Dennis Galuzka, Gregory Fessler and Chris Fleming were tasked with creating their own "dream list" of specifications for these new Classic Series instruments. No ideas would be off limits, and no feature would be excluded in creating these customized and affordable guitars. What they came up with were features such as the vintage tuners, custom wiring, custom 2-point vintage bridge and 9.5" fingerboard radius on Dennis Galuzka's Classic Player '50s Strat®. Classic Player '50s Stratocaster® At-a-Glance:Classic Strat® DesignTrademark Strat SoundFast Playing Soft "V" Maple NeckClassic Strat DesignThough the original Stratocaster was first introduced more than 50 years ago, it's more popular now than ever. The Classic Player Series instruments take the best of the Stratocaster of the '50s and merges it with Custom Shop touches. The sleek. select alder body is covered with a classy 2-color sunburst and a jewel-like polyurethane finish. Each Classic Player '50s Strat features a special matching pickguard. In this case, the Shoreline Gold finish is beautifully complemented with a single-ply white vinyl pickguard along with special aged plastic parts.Trademark Strat SoundThe original Strat had three single coil pickups, but the Classic Player '50s utilizes 3 American Vintage Strat single-soil pickups with staggered, Alnico 5 Magnet Pole Pieces, Aged Covers and the middle pickup reverse wound/reverse polarity for hum canceling in the middle switch position, so you get instant access to all those classic, glossy Strat tones with a simple flick of the five-position blade switch.Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:Position 1. Bridge PickupPosition 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup Position 3. Middle Pickup Position 4. Neck and Middle PickupPosition 5. Neck PickupFast Playing Soft "V" Maple NeckLeo Fender wasn't afraid to "think outside the box" when it came to guitar designs. In the 1950s and well into the 1970s, the blond natural maple neck became almost synonymous with Fender guitars. This Strat keeps the trademark maple neck and fingerboard, but this one has that special '50s soft "V" shape that many players prefer (Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy to name just two) along with a 9.5-inch radius. Classic Player '50s Stratocaster FeaturesBody: AlderShoreline GoldNeck: 1-Piece Maple, Soft "V" Shape, (Gloss Polyurethane Finish)Fingerboard: Maple, 9.5" Radius No. of Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo FretsPickups: 3 American Vintage Strat Single-Coil Alnico 5 PickupsMaster Volume, 2 Tone ControlsVintage Style 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Stamped Solid Steel Saddles and Milled Solid Steel BlockFender/Gotoh Vintage

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Classic Player '60s Stratocaster - Sonic Blue

Electric Guitars - Fender's Classic Player Series instruments, including the Classic Player '50s Strat®, the Classic Player '60s Strat® and the Classic Player Baja Telecaster® guitars, are the result of a collaboration between Fender's world renown Master Builders, and the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, offering Custom Shop features at a modest price. With decades of combined guitar building experience, FENDER® Custom Shop Master Builders Dennis Galuzka, Gregory Fessler and Chris Fleming were tasked with creating their own "dream list" of specifications for these new Classic Series instruments. No ideas would be off limits, and no feature would be excluded in creating these customized and affordable guitars. What they came up with were features such as the '69 pickups, custom 2-point vintage bridge and 12" fingerboard radius on Gregory Fessler's Classic Player '60s Strat®. Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster® At-a-GlanceClassic Strat DesignTrademark Strat SoundFast Playing "C" Maple NeckClassic Strat DesignThough the original Stratocaster was first introduced more than 50 years ago, it's more popular now than ever. The Classic Player Series instruments take the best of the Stratocaster of the '60s and merges it with Custom Shop touches. The sleek, select alder body is covered with a classy Sonic Blue and a jewel-like polyurethane finish. Each Classic Player '60s Strat features a special matching pickguard. In this case, the 3-color Sunburst finish is beautifully complemented with a 3-ply mint green pickguard along with special aged plastic parts. Special features include '69 pickups, "Custom Shop Designed" neckplate, custom two-point vintage bridge (never before offered outside the Custom Shop) and a 12" fingerboard radius.Trademark Strat SoundThe original Strat had three single coil pickups, but the Classic Player '60s Strat utilizes 3 Custom '69 single-coil pickups so you get instant access to all those classic, glossy Strat tones with a simple flick of the five-position blade switch. The Classic Player '60s Strat also incorporates a unique wiring scheme, with the Number Four Position enabling a neck and bridge pickup configuration.Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:Position 1. Bridge PickupPosition 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup Position 3. Middle Pickup Position 4. Neck and Middle PickupPosition 5. Neck PickupFast Playing "C" Maple NeckLeo Fender wasn't afraid to "think outside the box" when it came to guitar designs - after all, he was an engineer, not a guitar player. In the 1950s and well into the 1970s, the blond natural maple neck became almost synonymous with Fender guitars. This Classic Player '60s Stratocaster has a one-piece maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with a "C"-shape and 12-inch radius. The final touch is in the gloss polyurethane finish that makes this one of the fastest playing Strats on the planet!Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster Features:Body: AlderSo

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Classic Player Strat HH - Dark Mercedes Blue, Bound Rosewood

Electric Guitars - Blending classic '60s and '70s styling with modern performance, this FENDER® Classic Player Strat® HH solidbody electric guitar features Fender's time-tested combination of an alder body and bolt-on maple neck, along with a host of special touches including dual Wide Range Special humbucking pickups and coil splitting for traditional single-coil Stratocaster® sounds. Plug in this fat-sounding electric guitar and enjoy some massive tone with unprecedented detail and clarity that will lend an authoritative bite to your playing. A 2-point synchronized tremolo bridge with bent steel saddles adds a final touch to this remarkable electric guitar. At Sweetwater, we're impressed by the iconic look and sound of this Fender Classic Player Strat HH solidbody electric guitar and we're confident that you'll love it too!Fender Classic Player Strat HH Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide Range Special humbucking pickups deliver a smooth, warm, yet biting sound2-point synchronized tremolo allows you to twist, bend, and diveThe Classic Player collection offers cool variations on timeless Fender instrumentsWide Range Special humbucking pickups deliver a smooth, warm, yet biting soundAlthough they physically resemble Gibson humbuckers, Wide Range Special humbuckers function more like traditional Stratocaster pickups, giving you the fat, massive tone of a Humbucker™, along with the bite and clarity of a single-coil. This Fender Classic Player Strat HH solidbody electric guitar takes this pickup design a step further; however, by giving you 5-way switching with coil splitting for authentic single-coil Stratocaster sounds. With so many different sounds at your disposal, this may well become your go-to axe!2-point synchronized tremolo allows you to twist, bend, and diveWhile there's no denying the fact that Leo Fender's guitar designs were an amazing blend of art and engineering, it was the erroneously named synchronized tremolo (it's actually a vibrato) that may well have been his most inspired bit of engineering. With it you could bend notes or even entire chords up or down without throwing the guitar out of tune. Even though Fender has continued to improve upon the tremolo, many players simply prefer the look and feel of the original. This Fender Classic Player Strat HH solidbody electric guitar sports a 2-point synchronized tremolo, along with bent steel saddles, allowing you to twist, bend, and dive with complete abandon.The Classic Player collection offers cool variations on timeless Fender instrumentsWhen Fender first announced the Classic Player series back in 2006, Sweetwater was thrilled to provide musicians like you with the opportunity to own vintage-style guitars and basses that play as well or better than the latest models rolling off the line. In the years that followed, this series has grown to included popular models from the 1950s through the 1970s, re-imagined with with key pieces of modern guitar craftsmanship. This Fen

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Classic Player Triple Tele - Black, Maple Fingerboard

Electric Guitars - Leave it to FENDER® Custom Shop master builder Todd Krause to take a classic solidbody electric guitar like the Telecaster® and put a Custom Player series spin on it. The Triple Tele® is sure to be the standout member of your tone arsenal with three - yes, three - vintage design single-coil Custom Shop Nocaster pickups, giving this Tele its modern tonal versatility and totally rockin' looks. If you're looking for that electric guitar that's going to set you apart from the rest of the shredding crowd while giving you the great versatile tone, look no further than the Fender Classic Player Triple Tele electric solidbody guitar.Fender Classic Player Triple Tele Electric Solidbody Guitar at a Glance:The Classic Player series: cool variations on timeless Fender instrumentsCreated by Todd Krause, guitar builder to the starsVintage tone from Custom Shop Nocaster pickupsThe Classic Player series: cool variations on timeless Fender instrumentsWhen Fender first announced the Classic Player series back in 2006, Sweetwater was thrilled to provide musicians like you with the opportunity to own vintage-style guitars and basses that play as well or better than the latest models rolling off the line. In the years that followed, this series has grown to include popular models from the 1950s and 1960s, re-imagined with key pieces of modern guitar-making technology. The Triple Tele is one of these brilliant creations, offering classic looks and tone, but with a feel any modern guitarist is sure to appreciate. Classic? Modern? Why choose? Order your Triple Tele today!Created by Todd Krause, guitar builder to the starsWhile world-famous luthier Todd Krause has been building for Fender since 1991, he actually began his career in 1981. Decades of guitar building experience has led artists such as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Stu Hamm, and Roscoe Beck to seek out Todd Krause to maintain and build their guitars. He has even built custom instruments for Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, Roger Waters, and Gene Simmons, among many others. It's safe to say that this Fender Custom Shop Triple Tele is one instrument you'll prize for a lifetime.Vintage tone from Custom Shop Nocaster pickups Fender Custom Shop Nocaster pickups are designed to give you the shimmer and twang of the original Nocaster guitar. And with plenty of midrange presence and low-end clarity, these single-coils stay true to their tonal roots - from the enamel-coating on the magnet wires down to the fiber bobbin construction, these Nocasters give you great tone thanks to their vintage-inspired design. But Fender goes one step further with the Triple Tele and gives you access to modern tone and versatility by stacking three Nocasters outfitted with a Strat-style 5-position blade switch and master tone and volume knobs. Fender Classic Player Triple Tele Electric Solidbody Guitar Features:Classic Player series "Custom Shop Designed" neck plate Lightweight alder body with thick C-shape mapl

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Classic Player '60s Stratocaster - 3-Color Sunburst

Electric Guitars - Fender's Classic Player Series instruments, including the Classic Player '50s Strat®, the Classic Player '60s Strat® and the Classic Player Baja Telecaster® guitars, are the result of a collaboration between Fender's world renown Master Builders, and the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, offering Custom Shop features at a modest price. With decades of combined guitar building experience, FENDER® Custom Shop Master Builders Dennis Galuzka, Gregory Fessler and Chris Fleming were tasked with creating their own "dream list" of specifications for these new Classic Series instruments. No ideas would be off limits, and no feature would be excluded in creating these customized and affordable guitars. What they came up with were features such as the '69 pickups, custom 2-point vintage bridge and 12" fingerboard radius on Gregory Fessler's Classic Player '60s Strat®. Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster® At-a-GlanceClassic Strat DesignTrademark Strat SoundFast Playing Soft "C" Maple NeckClassic Strat DesignThough the original Stratocaster was first introduced more than 50 years ago, it's more popular now than ever. The Classic Player Series instruments take the best of the Stratocaster of the '60s and merges it with Custom Shop touches. The sleek, select alder body is covered with a classy 3-color sunburst and a jewel-like polyester finish. Each Classic Player '60s Strat features a special matching pickguard. In this case, the 3-color Sunburst finish is beautifully complemented with a 3-ply mint green pickguard along with special aged plastic parts. Special features include '69 pickups, "Custom Shop Designed" neckplate, custom two-point vintage bridge (never before offered outside the Custom Shop) and a 12" fingerboard radius.Trademark Strat SoundThe original Strat had three single coil pickups, but the Classic Player '60s Strat utilizes 3 Custom '69 single-soil pickups so you get instant access to all those classic, glossy Strat tones with a simple flick of the five-position blade switch. The Classic Player '60s Strat also incorporates a unique wiring scheme, with the Number Four Position enabling a neck and middle pickup configuration.Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:Position 1. Bridge PickupPosition 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup Position 3. Middle Pickup Position 4. Neck and Middle PickupPosition 5. Neck PickupFast Playing "C" Maple NeckLeo Fender wasn't afraid to "think outside the box" when it came to guitar designs - after all, he was an engineer, not a guitar player. In the 1950s and well into the 1970s, the blond natural maple neck became almost synonymous with Fender guitars. This Classic Player '60s Stratocaster has a one-piece maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with a "C"-shape and 12" radius. The final touch is in the gloss polyurethane finish that makes this one of the fastest playing Strats on the planet!Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster Features:Body: Ald

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Classic Player Baja Telecaster - Blonde

Electric Guitars - This customized '50s-style Classic Player Baja Telecaster® has it all! With decades of combined guitar building experience, FENDER® Custom Shop Master Builders Dennis Galuzka, Gregory Fessler, and Chris Fleming were tasked with creating their own "dream list" of specifications for these new Classic Series instruments. No ideas would be off limits, and no feature would be excluded in creating these customized and affordable guitars. What they came up with were features such as vintage-style hardware, custom wirings, custom '69 pickups, and unique neck profiles. This is the Classic Player Baja Telecaster with a soft V neck profile, 4 way switching, and custom pickups (a "Twisted Tele" in the neck with a Broadcaster in the bridge). Each individual instrument is the result of a collaboration between Fender's world renown Master Builders, and the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, offering Custom Shop features at a modest price.When Leo Fender introduced the world to the original Telecaster in 1950, nobody could have possibly imagined just how this $169 "plank" body electric guitar would change the world of contemporary music. Even more surprising is the fact that after more than a half century, the "Tele" still looks as modern - maybe even radical - as it did when it was first introduced. Considering the fact that Leo Fender wasn't even a guitar player, you have to wonder just how this "magic" happened. Were the planets aligned just right? Was the design beamed into Leo's head by weird space aliens? No matter. The Tele® is simply an inspired design. Since its introduction, guitarists in all musical genres have relied on the Fender Telecaster for its powerful tone and smooth playability. Fender Classic Player Baja Telecaster At-a-Glance:Solid ash body with single-ply black pickguardVintage-style 3-saddle Strings-Thru-Body Tele BridgeTwo single-coil pickups (Twisted Tele in the neck and Broadcaster in the bridge) and Custom Wiring SetupMaple neck and fingerboard with soft "V" shape and satin polyester finishIncludes deluxe padded gig bagSolid ash body with single-ply parchment pickguardIn the beginning, there was the Telecaster and the single pickup Esquire. You could get one in the blond finish and that was it. Over the decades, Fender has made concessions to the changing musical styles and the needs of both novice and pro guitarists, which has led to an astonishing array of Telecasters with new colors, special finishes and upgraded electronics. But with the Classic Player Baja Tele®, you get an interesting blend of vintage style and modern innovations. The ash body is the classic Tele shape and is adorned with a single-ply parchment pickguard.Vintage-style 3-saddle String-thru-body Tele BridgeThe original Teles came with bridge assemblies that consisted of three brass saddles rather than six individually adjustable saddles. Many connoisseurs of vintage Telecasters feel that t

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