Fresh inventory continued . . .
Locking Gotoh Magnums. Roller Schaller tunamatic. $700.
EKO Fiddle Bass
We had dozens of these, years ago. Les Claypool got excited for one and has been repeatedly photographed with this. The other 40 or so keep circulating through our inventory. They're that weird 60s-looking butt-ugly design theme from Italy. They're okay instruments with an ebony fretboard. $375
You can actually cast jizz on the baritone voicing. Super cool, compact and stylish. Utilizes old Danelectro parts and the Subway custom touch.
Dilly-bar [Actually Dillion]
Top-notch 50s goldtop. Les paul style with soapbars. $400
Hagstrom 8-string bass
Wacky Swedish innovation form the 60s. Hammertone silver. $700
Say "Hi!" to Joe Past. Blonde gold-tone recreation of an early
50s 175. Great be-bop, jazz and blues. Carries on the 40s art deco design
tradition with Grover stairstep tuner sand gold tailpiece. Priced from
the past at $600.
Pull 'em up tight and ride the space wedge! From Lee's Custom Valley shop. Gold hammertone finish with matching peghead. Toaster-style pickups.
Zen styling. $450.
This guitar can't decide if it want to have a whammy or not. $450.
Blonde 175 clone. Old German company. Amorphous tailpiece and
pearloid pickguard. More of an electric guitar. $600
Third attempt at an old dot neck sunburst Gibson. GREAT tone.
Old faded goldtone Riviera copy with authentic parallelagram
inlays. Glued-in neck and maple block down the center. $400
Seafoam Green Rockabilly Guitar
Hoyer made, old German tailpiece, Tutonic f-holes. $500
Rock 'N Roll Machine
Single-cutaway, with two Schaller humbuckers and whammy.
Beautifiul abalone inlay. Pearl rose inlay at 12th fret,
flame maple back and sides. Solid spruce top. $300
Shaded top, 4-band EQ, solid spruce top, mahogany back and
Beautiful abalone rosette. D-size cutaway, 4-band EQ. Flame
maple, back and sides. Offset fretboard inlays. Old style "V"
Block of maple down the center. Glued-in slim neck. $400
Gold 295 Style
Set neck. $600
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:
- Your purchase will definitely arrive in good, undamaged condition
AND in a timely manner.
- Your purchase is insured against damage in transit.
- If you don't like what you've ordered, you can return it within two
weeks of purchase.
- You have the option of a full CASH refund or a trade-in for something
else you like. All you pay is the return shipping, which amounts to about
$10 within the Continental United States.
- You just can't lose.
"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.
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