Fatdog has chosen these three replicas of classic instruments as his 2005 holiday specials
-- offering them at a special holiday price --
while they last!

Circa 1920s 00-28 replica


Solid spruce top, quasi-rosewood back and sides, fancy inlays and slotted peghead.

Les paul style


glued-in neck, flame maple top with vintage cherry sunburst (NOT prostitute lipstick red). Solid rock 'n rock classic! $280

60s-style jazz bass


Ivory body, tortoiseshell pickguard, 60s vintage-type pickups

More Holiday Specials -- Get 'Em While They Last!

Gibson Les Paul Special

with two humbuckings, red. $700

Gibson Les Paul Special

black with two P90s $700

Gibson SG

with gold hardware and two humbuckings $700

70s Gibson 335

sunburst $1600

Black USA Fender Stratocaster

50th anniversary $500

Blonde Hohner 335


Gold Hohner Les Paul


Cream Bradley

Les Paul Custom $375

Epiphone Scross


Moserite Clone


And Still More Holiday Specials

Pro I:

Some patient guy requested this. We made it in a real 50s style, including the pickguard from a 1950s kitchenettte tabletop made of real mother of toiletseat. Long scale, Subway custom wiring, adjustable bridge and good gears -- with a 355-type of tone block running down the center. New/old stock neck blank.$500

Sitar Twins

Sreco from Slovenia, who plays sitar, built a bunch of these on my ranch and they are really wild! -- with sound holes and an ebony "buzz" bridge. The peghead is styled like a 3D gourd. Where else could you get a left-handed sitar for $500?

Skips's Dream:

Skip Heller's an old sort of jazz - hillbilly - R&B - country - hotshop guitarist who wanted his dream guitar: a combination of a jaguar, les paul, telecaster with a short mustang neck. It was such a success, we had many requests for these, so we're now manufacturing them with a Moserite-style German carve with 24", 24-3/4" and 25-1/2" scale lengths. Also, electric 12-string and baritone neck. Choice of colors and pickups from $600

Esther's Dream:

Ordering Merchandise

I understand your concerns about buying a guitar over the Internet. You can't put your hands on it. You don't know what it'll look like, what it'll sound like, how it will feel. Then there are the issues surrounding shipping anxiety: "Will it arrive undamaged?" "When will it arrive?" "WILL it arrive?" The concerns go on and on: "What's the tracking number?" "Will you ship it today?" "When will you ship it?" "Can I get it tomorrow?"

Here are five key points to put your mind at ease:


"Experience Ecstacy" for a week with your new guitar. If the instrument is not what you expected, then expect a full refund on merchandise returned in the condition of purchase. Fatdog considers this the backbone of good biz (and happy customers).

NOTE: There is no refund for shipping.

Trade-ins are seriously considered at a high value.

Subway Guitars
1800 Cedar Street
Berkeley, CA 94703

(510) 841-4106
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Monday thru Saturday
Pacific Time

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