Custom Shop guitars are the pinnacle of craftsmanship, quality and sound excellence. Each instrument celebrates the manufacturer's legacy through accuracy, authenticity and attention to detail. Whether your taste leans towards vintage replicas or modern masterpieces, you'll find here a selected range of handcrafted acoustic, bass and electric guitars from brands such as Gibson, Fender, Gretsch, Martin, Taylor and Heritage.
Most guitars on this page are one-offs. Once the guitar is sold, it's unlikely it will be restocked.
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Featuring a never-before-used tonewood and a host of player-focused design enhancements, the Builder’s Edition 324ce represents Taylor’s ongoing marriage of innovative acoustic design with forward-thinking strategy toward a more sustainable future.
Original Fender design in concert with modern appointments and a custom Journeyman Relic® Aged Olympic White finish make the Limited Edition ’62/’63 Strat® a timeless one-of-a-kind tool for players, pros and collectors alike.
The Precision Bass debuted in 1951 as the world’s first successful electric bass guitar, even creating a new kind of musician—the electric bassist—and taking its place in history with an enduring and deeply profound effect on music as we know it today.
The 1958 Les Paul Standard Reissue features all the painstaking historic construction methods of the famous '59 Reissues with a few historically-accurate spec differences that allow it to stand on its own. Like the 1958 originals, it has narrow frets which help more of the fingerboard wood to be heard in the tone profile.
Jimi Hendrix is widely regarded as the most innovative guitarist of the rock era. This limited edition Gibson Custom Shop 1967 SG™ Custom accurately replicates the right-handed guitar (strung lefty) that Hendrix played on The Dick Cavett Show on September 9, 1969 - one of Jimi's rare television interviews and performances.
The iconic '57 Goldtop has been the tool of choice for countless guitar heroes. Its elegant gold finish, classic solid mahogany/maple construction and versatile humbucking pickups represent everything one could possibly need in a Les Paul model.
The 1968 Les Paul Custom stood apart from its 1950s predecessors in a few significant ways. Instead of a solid mahogany body, it now had a solid maple top on a mahogany back - adding the clarity and bite that many rock guitarists sought.