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01-Jan-2020 07:56

You can also find top of the line amps including Ampeg, Analog Outfitters, Divided By 13, Fender, Hi-Tone, Laney, Magnatone and Orange to name a few.

Rock N Roll Vintage guitar shop specialists take pride in assisting customers find the right guitar, bass, amp or effect.

We have one of the largest selections of effects pedals in Chicago with many hard to find boutique pedal brands. We electric and acoustic guitars in a comfortable laid back environment steps away from the Damen Brown Line, 81 and 50 CTA bus.

The guitars we carry are more than just used guitars.

Gibson sells guitars under a variety of brand names and builds one of the world's most iconic guitars, the Gibson Les Paul. Gibson was at the forefront of innovation in acoustic guitars, especially in the big band era of the 1930s; the Gibson Super 400 was widely imitated.

In 1986, the company was acquired by its present owners. In 1936 Gibson introduced their first "Electric Spanish" model, the ES-150 followed by other electric instruments like steel guitars, banjos and mandolins.

Vintage guitars and used guitars are inspected and set up by our Luthier before leaving our shop.

Stop by our showroom often as our inventory changes frequently.

He led an expansion of the guitar line with new guitars such as the "Les Paul" guitar introduced in 1952 and designed by Les Paul, a popular musician in the 1950s and also a pioneer in music technology.

The Les Paul was offered in Custom, Standard, Special, and Junior models.

In 1986, the company was acquired by its present owners. In 1936 Gibson introduced their first "Electric Spanish" model, the ES-150 followed by other electric instruments like steel guitars, banjos and mandolins.

Vintage guitars and used guitars are inspected and set up by our Luthier before leaving our shop.

Stop by our showroom often as our inventory changes frequently.

He led an expansion of the guitar line with new guitars such as the "Les Paul" guitar introduced in 1952 and designed by Les Paul, a popular musician in the 1950s and also a pioneer in music technology.

The Les Paul was offered in Custom, Standard, Special, and Junior models.

In 1961 the body design of the Les Paul was changed due to the demand for a double-cutaway body design.