If you were far enough ahead of the game to have ordered a Metal Front guitar from Tony Zemaitis in the early 70s you would have probably received a guitar equipped with 4 of these hand turned Dural control knobs. Ronnie Wood can be seen playing a MF fitted with these, likewise the Greg Lake […]
Very possibly the first ever reissue run by Gibson. I had heard of these guitars before but never ever seen one in person with the 1958 serial number. The guitar has had the same owner since 1974, quite a few changes have been made but all minor and nothing structural. The pots date to 1972 […]
Superb framed collection of 12 guitar picks from George’s home on Maui. All of the picks were owned and used by George Harrison. Some are self explanatory, here are the ones that may not be to many folks reading this: Jack Lumber: Georges alias often used when traveling, adapted by George from the Monty Python […]
Perfect working condition, hard to find and sought after vintage Treble booster from the original Electro-Harmonix company. Original switch and pot. Made in the USA.
Designed and built by Alan Exley & Burford Electronics in the UK. Very hard to find effects pedal, it has been discontinued for some time. Basically turns your guitar into a Sitar. Excellent live or recording trick.
Unknown date, never seen before photograph of George at home on Maui. This photograph was taken by a friend & employee. We hold the copyright for the image.
Never heard before recording of the Everly Brothers hit “Let it Be Me” by George Harrison. Recorded on a simple Boom Box in Georges bedroom at Friar Park Henley on Thames, England. It is a fascinating recording and a simply stunning version of the Everly’s hit, the song was one of Georges all time favorite […]
1971 Vintage Poster,Vancouvers Top Ten Concerts, Led Zeppelin, 10 Years After, Creedence Clearwater Revival Etc
In absolutely stunning condition, a superb poster from 1971. A lovely purple ’72 Led Zep Poster advertising them as the previous year’s biggest concert draw in Canada. While most 60’s posters are definitely Haight Asbury/Swinging London themed, this poster definitely has a mystical English rock early 70’s vibe. It’s got a deep purple (pun most […]
An all-star lineup of acts, including Big Brother and the Holding Company, Jefferson Airplane, the Animals, Country Joe McDonald, and Taj Mahal make this a special poster for any fan of 1960s pop music. The nude women art that frames Doors singer Jim Morrison ain’t bad, either! A classic, first printing poster, measuring approximately 14.25″ […]
Designed by Martin Sharp in 1967, this superb image is based on a photograph of Jimi Hendrix which was taken by taken by Linda McCartney. Of the thousands Hendrix images out there, this one really captures the true Jimi, Linda certainly was an exceptional rock photographer— This famous image was chosen as the cover design […]
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS AMP HAS JUST SOLD Well it’s DDD day at Maverick, Double Dumble Delight: 1. Dumble OD-100WR Overdrive Reverb 2. Dumbleland Overdrive Special This overdrive reverb is an incredibly rare Dumble creation, built for Jackson Browne. It is still protected by the original Anvil road cases with JB stencils and a few […]
The stuff of myth and legend and in incredible original condition. The pedal has a few minor bumps and scrapes here and there but is internally perfect. Just incredibly rare and very likely the very best Octave pedal you could get your hand on.
If you could buy a new Dumble amp today it would look very much like this example. Never taken outside and never gigged, just owned and played in a studio setting by a fastidious collector. Serial number 0204. You can see the amp in the Dumble book. Very rare Bluesmaster pre-amp variant and the equally […]
THE ONLY KNOWN COPY This wiring diagram came from the factory in 1975, it is the only copy known to exist. It is very detailed and contains hand written notes by the designers. There are also individual schematic for the various stages of the design. There is a Schecter Research business card with instructions for […]
The Sound Of Rock History Of Marshall Amplification 1st Edition Mike Doyle 1982 ISBN 0861753305. The pages have never been opened and the spine is very stiff. The book has never been read and has been in storage since first publication in 1982.
Extremely rare handbuilt pre-amp from The Netherlands. Two channel tube overdrive built to the highest standards. In perfect condition with original power supply and US converter, original paperwork included.
NEW, EX DEMO OPEN BOX Known as one of the rarest vintage pedals ever made. Not very many people have had the pleasure of playing one. The 1970’s Tycobrahe Pedalflanger was the first flanger pedal ever made for guitar. The original Tycobrahe Pedalflanger pedal sold for $220 in 1977. Have you ever played one? Chicago […]
Well well well the stuff of legend, a late 50s Gibson production. Gibson Corp never cleared this idea with Les Paul. He told them to quit and they did. Super rare collectible guitar pick.