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Teisco Distortion Pedal

$185.00

Teisco is back from the grave, rejoice! This is a Marshall-voiced distortion, so it's got a big fat bottom end and a crunchy midrange; perfect for power chord chugging and general punking around. The right hand side is an independent...
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Teisco EP-2L Hollow Body 1966-69

$590.00 $695.00

Teisco EP-2L hollow body, made in Japan 1966-9, formerly white. This is a cute little vintage Japanese hollow body, it's a lot of fun. It's in good shape playing-wise: the frets are okay, the hardware is working, the electronics are...
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Teisco K-56 Sharkfin Metallic Silver 1999

$895.00

Teisco K-56, made in Japan 1999, metallic silver. This looks like something off The Jetsons or Lost in Space; it's got that vintage-scifi sleekness. The K series launched oiginally in 1966 and was pretty 'out there' in it's day; the...
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Teisco NB-1 Bass Sunburst 1968

$995.00

Teisco NB-1 bass, made in Japan 1968 approx, sunburst. This certainly has some vintage Japanese cowboy swagger. It's got a single square-pole single coil pickup, which pumps out a thick, creamy tone not too distant in flavour from a Ric 4001....
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Teisco Overdrive Pedal

$165.00

Teisco is back from the grave, rejoice! This is a really nicely voiced transparent overdrive. It leaves your guitar tone to speak for itself and just adds a bit of oomph, natural compression and harmonics. The kick switch pushes you...
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Teisco TG-64 Monkey Grip Grey 1964

$777.00 $945.00

Teisco TG-64, grey, made in Japan 1964. This, friends, is sixties Japanese coolness embodied. This model debuted in 1964, just as Teisco was really starting to hit their stride and make some great quality instruments. The following year the bridge,...
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Teisco V-2 Ventures Style Sunburst 1968

$666.00 $745.00

Teisco V-2, made in Japan 1968 approx, sunburst. Back in 1960s Japan, The Ventures were absolutely unbeatable; at least as big as The Beatles. As such a lot of the local guitar manufacturers were making surf-style guitars, such as this...
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