PRS McCarty Soapbar
One piece Korina body, P-90s, period. More pics
June 2, 2014
Vox Series 55 SC
Maple, ebony fingerboard. Pictured in vintage cream.
May 29, 2014
Airline Barney Kessel Pro
A magnificent Kay / Airline that Eastwood copied for its Tuxedo model
May 27, 2014
Mosrite Combo XII
Superb californian twelve string. Plays like butter.
May 27, 2014
Thorn Custom Deluxe (90?)
Maple, Mahogany, Korina
Not sure it’s a 90 because of the soapbar pups, but that’s definitely a deluxe.
May 22, 2014
Supro Sahara
Res-o-glass, Rosewood
The model pictured is an early model. Apparently found on craigslist for $40 bucks
May 21, 2014
Ed King’s Gibson Les Paul 59’ burst
From the Japanese book “Beauty of the burst”.
According to King, he recognized his guitar from that picture after it was stolen from him, years earlier.
May 19, 2014
2ndshot Skateboard guitar
This guitar has been built out of recycled skateboards. 
May 12, 2014
Epiphone Olympic Double
Same gorgeous body style as the Epiphone Coronet, with narrow Melody Maker-like single coils.
April 28, 2014
Yamaha SG1802
Japanese Gold top beauty, with Seymour Duncan P90s
April 27, 2014
Framus Television
Maple, Ebony
A very easily recognizable thinline from Framus, the Television (aka 5/118) has a lot in common with the New Sound and Atlantik series from the german maker.
April 17, 2014
Contessa Electric
Here is a magnificient example of an electric guitar (not sure which model) from the italian brand Contessa. Contessa guitars were imported in the us by Hohner.
More pics and info at myrareguitar
April 11, 2014
Brian May Special
2006-PresentMahogany, Ebony
Family-built by Brian May and his father, the Red Special has been reproduced several times by brands like Guild and Burns since the eighties. In 2006, May created ‘Brian May Guitars’ to market his own take on the ‘Old lady’. Loaded with three Burns Tri-sonic pups, it’s a great quality instrument for $800. 
June 18, 2012
Gretsch 6117 Catseye
1964-1968Maple, Mahogany, Rosewood
As cool as it is rare, the Gretsch 6117 Catseye got its name from the “Cat eyed” shape sound holes instead of the traditional F-holes. Common to Rickenbacker, catseye holes were only seen in acoustic Gretsch models.
Known colors are black, candy apple red, and an extremely rare metallic blue. Edit: Sam Ash had apparently a 1964 exclusive in Monkee’s red (pictured)
June 5, 2012
Silvertone 1423 Jupiter
1959-1962Maple, Rosewood
Also known as the Harmony H-49, this is one of the Sears catalog guitars produced by Harmony. Two DeArmond pickups with a gorgeous tone, lightweight because of a semi-hollow body, it’s a very desirable guitar usually found under $1,000. Photo: Southside Guitars
May 14, 2012