Recognized with immense fondness as the “Cadillac of Guitars”, The White Falcon was commercially introduced in 1955 by ambassador/consultant Jimmy Webster and Gretsch. The Falcon is renowned for its large size, (17″ in width”), distinguishing appearance, bright white paint which would eventually melt into a cool vanilla bean tint, gold trim, and soaring falcon engraved on the gold pickguard. These ornaments and features drew players in immediately once it was launched.
In 1962 the Gretsch white falcon changed from the single cutaway to a double cutaway… Read More
Guitar Shop TV meets with Lazy Angels Music, a very cool Los Angeles guitar purveyor, to check out some incredible vintage guitars, including a almost-never-seen 1960′s Carvin Double Neck and a 4-pickup Zim Gar Japanese solidbody!
Calling their business “A Hobby Gone Terribly Wrong,” Lazy Angeles is run by Eric and Rick, two of the nicest and most knowlegible guys in the vintage guitar business. Check out our cool interview with these guitar madmen, filmed at the LA Guitar Show!
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Guitar Shop TV looks at the one and only Dallas International Guitar Festival, the world’s oldest and largest event of its kind. This is Guitar Heaven, Texas-style, with over 800 booths representing collectors, dealers, manufacturers and traders from every corner of the USA.
This is the place to buy, sell, trade or appraise incredible vintage instruments, check out cool new and… Read More
Rudy Pensa, the owner of Rudy’s Music, talks with Guitar Shop TV about the vintage guitar market from his new Soho store on Broome Street in downtown Manhattan. Pensa discusses the buying opportunities created by the recession and when he expects to see the vintage guitar market recover. Pensa also shows off his “new love,” a blond ash Fender Stratocaster from 1959.