I started buying quality guitars in 1974, I started collecting in 1978 and I kept doing it until today. When I moved to a smaller home I had to to reduce my collection, keeping only the guitars I felt in total empathy with: a few outstanding instrument that I selected during the years for condition, playability and tone.
I recently reduced playing the electrics, so I decided to sell most of my guitars. As said, my guitars are in perfect condition, fully original, mantained with the utmost care and - in my opinion - awesome sounding. Being well known in the guitar world, people are safe when dealing with me. Besides this, please note that:
You can get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further requests. - Alberto Biraghi.
April 1951, bought in January 1993 from Gruhn Guitars. I'd describe it as near mint considering the age. Totally original, frets have no wear. Original case. SOLD
Super clean with just some minor finish wear on the neck first positions. Stunning flamed maple neck. Original tweed case. SOLD
So clean it looks like a Closet Classic masterbuilt. Late 50es tone. Perfect fretboard, great tone. Original tweed case. SOLD
Very clean, pleasantly yellowed. Perfect fretboard. White tolex case. Gruhn Guitars direct appraisal. SOLD
The sexiest rosewoodboard Tellecaster ever made. Amazing tone. Well used, surely not abused. Frets sill have a lot of meat. Appears on the cover of ACCORDO's book about Fender story. Black tolex case in decent shape. SOLD
Nice 1969 Thinline in the smooth late 60's three tone burst. Excellent ++ with black tolex case. Perfect three tone burst. Neck pickup rewound by Gruhn Guitars. SOLD
Keef style Telly, dead mint with black tolex case. Great tone, untouched electronics. Bought from Gruhn Guitars a few years ago. For sale in Italy - € 3,500.00
Built by Scott Buehl and dated February 2, 1989, bears a serial number #98, one of the very first guitars built by the just established Fender Custom Shop. Near mint except for a small ding on the lower side. Black Fender case of the era. Bought from Gruhn Guitars in the mid Nineties. In the late 90'es a well known Fender masterbuilder told me that the neck might be a leftover from the mid 60'es, because the early Custom Shop did not make maple boards. For sale in Italy, but priced to not sell unless somebody wants it badly :-) at € 7,000.00 (and by the way is a rare guitar).
My only non-Fender electric, one of the five best sounding guitars I ever heard and played. Professionally refretted. Bought from Gruhn Guitars in the early 90's. Comes with an aftermarket custom case of the same age. SOLD