jazz guitars for sale

Jazz guitars for sale:
GUILD JAZZ GUITAR


Gibson Guild style Archtop Jazz Guitar
WEST WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND, 02893, USA
$4500.00

Up for sale is my prized Carlo Greco 17" archtop jazz guitar. This should not be confused with the Asian Greco Guitar. This is a custom instrument made by Carlo Greco who was the head of the archtop guitar division of Guild Guitar before he left to set up shop in NY City to build and repair guitars The guitar is a Maple body with Spruce top, ebony fingerboard, and ebony tailpiece. It has a floating Benedetto jazz humbucker with one volume control on the pick guard. A hard shell case is... more


Guild X-150D Hollowbody Jazz Guitar Natural
CANTON, GEORGIA, 30115, USA
$1099.99

THE ONLINE PAWN SHOP • LAPTOPS • MACBOOKS • IPADS • IPHONES • IPODS • SMARTPHONES • KINDLES • DIGITAL CAMERAS • CAMCORDERS • GADGETS • AND MORE PAYMENT SHIPPING RETURN POLICY WARRANTY ABOUT US Guild X-150D Hollowbody Jazz Guitar Natural Serial Number: CB000011Status: UsedPhysical Condition: 3 of 5Includes: Guitar, Hardshell CaseNotes: This item is used. The item shows average signs of wear and tear including scuff marks, scratches, nicks, and worn finishes. The hardware... more

Guild X-170 Hollowbody Jazz Guitar Sunburst (or Antique Burst) X170
CANTON, GEORGIA, 30115, USA
$1499.99

THE ONLINE PAWN SHOP • LAPTOPS • MACBOOKS • IPADS • IPHONES • IPODS • SMARTPHONES • KINDLES • DIGITAL CAMERAS • CAMCORDERS • GADGETS • AND MORE PAYMENT SHIPPING RETURN POLICY WARRANTY ABOUT US Guild X-170 Hollowbody Jazz Guitar Sunburst (or Antique Burst) X170 Serial Number: AK171531Status: UsedPhysical Condition: 4 of 5Includes: Guitar, Hardshell CaseNotes: This item is used. The item shows minor to average signs of wear and tear including scuff marks, scratches, nicks,... more

COLLECTOR NEAR MINT RARE GUILD 1982 B-402 BASS GUITAR JAZZ PRECISION KILLER WOW!
BOULDER, COLORADO, 80305, USA
$1699.99

This is truly a rare bird. Guild made less than 300 of these basses in 1980-1982, and there were several variations, so this particular model probably has a production of less than 100. The single pickup model was the B401. The A part is ash body, as some had painted tops and backs. The B301 / B302 is much more common and is this bass' passive sister. The 300 series features pickups and electronics mounted in a large pickguard that covers most of the top of the bass. Frequently the jacks have... more