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Gibson Les Paul Custom 1968

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STORY OF THE REBELRELIC MANTRA SERIES

Only nine was made of this Esquire prototype replica

RebelRelic Holy Grail Mantra Billy Gibbons ZZ Top

Luthier Luke Whitfield told me a story

Examination of a 1957 Les Paul Junior

What does a 60+ year guitar look like under black light?

Gibson Les Paul Junior 1957

Let's tear apart an untouched Gibson Les Paul Junior and se what it looks like under the hood, close up's and blacklight, an autopsy.

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RebelRelic T-Series
August 1

1954 T-SERIES BLACK GUARD

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGH STOCKHOLM
Body: Louisiana Swamp Ash, one piece. Finish: Butterscotch - All nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck: Maple, C Shape, 7,25¨ Radius, 6230 Frets. Pickups: Rebel Vintage T-55. Features: Bakelite guard, one piece body.

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Gibson ES-335 TDC 1966
Oct 3

Gibson ES-335 TDC 1966

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGS
Gibson ES-335 TDC 1966 in excellent condition with original case.

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RebelRelic S-Series
May 8

1961 S-SERIES FIESTA RED

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGH STOCKHOLM
Body: American Red Alder. Finish: Fiesta Red - All nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck: Maple w/Indian Rosewood FB, C shape, 9,5¨ Radius. Pickups: Rebel Vintage S.R.V. Features: Custom Color.

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RebelRelic S-Series
April 2

1961 S-SERIES SONIC BLUE

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGH STOCKHOLM
Body: American Red Alder. Finish: Sonic Blue - All nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck: Maple w/Indian Rosewood FB, C shape, 9,5¨ Radius. Pickups: Rebel Vintage. Features: Custom Color.

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RebelRelic Story film
January 15

The Story of Rebelrelic Guitars

A short film about Luke Whitfield's REBELRELIC guitars. Luke talks about his guitars and how he became a guitar builder, about his shop and the philosophy behind REBELRELIC.

Check out the film by Micha Schellhaas on YouTube

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RebelRelic T-Series
December 12

1954 T-SERIES BLACK GUARD

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGH STOCKHOLM
Body: Louisiana Swamp Ash, one piece. Finish: Butterscotch - All nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck: Maple, C Shape, 7,25¨ Radius, 6230 Frets. Pickups: Rebel Vintage T-55. Features: Bakelite guard, one piece body.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Fender Stratocaster
December 6

The First Wife

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Number One (The First Wife) an early 60´s Stratocaster. @ Ritz in Stockholm 1984

60´s Stratocaster
RebelRelic S-Series
October 3

1961 S-SERIES 3-TONE SUNBURST

CURRENTLY IN STOCK @VGH STOCKHOLM
Body: American Red Alder. Finish: 3-tone Sunburst - All nitrocellulose lacquer. Neck: Maple w/Indian Rosewood FB, C Shape, 7,25¨ Radius, 6230 Frets. Pickups: Rebel Vintage S.R.V - Stevie Ray Vaughan Custom wound pickups. Features: Classic "aged".

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RebelRelic Guitars
August 22

REBELRELIC Guitars now available at VGH

VINTAGE CORRECT REPLICA GUITARS. HANDMADE IN SMALL QUANTITIES BY AMERICAN LUTHIER LUKE WHITFIELD AND HIS CREW AT A SMALL AMSTERDAM CUSTOM SHOP. UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST AND MOST ACCURATE REPLICAS OUT THERE. NOW AVAILABLE IN SWEDEN AT VINTAGE GUITAR HAVEN.

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Rory Gallagher Fender Stratocaster
May 3

From the Archives

Rory Gallagher playing his early 60's Stratocaster

60´s Stratocaster
John Sykes Gibson Les Paul Custom
May 3

From the Archives

John Sykes with Whitesnake playing his 70's Les Paul Custom

Les Paul Custom 1968
George Gruhn
April 27

"If you become a collector, which is, in effect, an addiction... The addiction can be self-sufficient. That’s how people get started as antique dealers or art dealers. If you want to deal vintage and used instruments profitably, you must have in-depth knowledge. If you are motivated as a collector and have the perseverance to study the subject in depth, you may succeed as a vintage instrument dealer. Otherwise the best way to make a small fortune in the musical instrument business is to start with a large one." (George Gruhn, 2020)

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