There is currently an English walnut and cedar Tamar with a laminated reclaimed mahogany neck aliong with lacewood body binding and heel cap. The guitar comes as usual with a Hiscox case and is £2575. More information can be found at Brook Guitars.
Top Prices paid for vintage vinyl records, collections old Hi Fi Record Decks and Guitars.
We are collectors of vintage vinyl records, Record Deck hi Fi systems.and Guitars. If you have any of these items Records, Record Decks or guitars taking up space in your loft and are thinking of having a clear them out why not give us a call we will ay the best prices for these in superb condition.
Any vintage records considered but condition is of the most importance to us give us a call or contact us and we will let you know what to look for. The 60s and 70s era are of great interest to us but earlier or later interesting records would be considered. Genres of main interest are Folk,Jazz,60s Pop,Beat, Rock, Rock’n’Roll, Progressive Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal etc. They don’t particularly have to be rare and very large collections are of great interest, so if they are in really superb condition give us a call.
We also purchase vintage hi Fi record systems, Amplifiers Speakers Record Decks.
So why not give us a call or send us a message there is nothing to loose? Vintage Hi Fi Equipment We are interested in vintage hi fi equipment for example Record decks, Amplifiers Speakers etc. that is in fully working order. Anything considered from the late 50s to the late 70s is of great interest.
We are also collectors of vintage guitars. Electric guitars Acoustic guitars or bass guitars etc Please do not hesitate to give us a call.
Here is a cover version by Mootzart of the track “Stand By Me”, a song originally performed by American singer-songwriter Ben E. King and written by King, Jerry Leiber, and Mike Stoller. This was originally released in 1961.
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The new Mootzart debut valbum called Poor Man Zart is now available on all major sites.
The album features destructive, retro production styles blended with modern ITB digital methods. The idea for the album is for it to be multi genre and will feature styles of Prog, Funk, Rock, Electronic, Blues and more.
JDM Mootzart Upon The Rug Solo Written and composed by JDM Mootzart & Hesford.
This is my solo version, I hope that you like!
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The Beatles Please Please Me Album 1st UK Pressing Mono
Featured here “The Beatles Please Please Me” Album 1st UK Pressed in Mono from my personal collection of Beatles albums that I have acumilated over a period of more than 45 years. I have over 1000 Beatles UK albums and this is one of my prized possesions. To have and own an original 1st UK pressing of the Beatles debut mono album released in 1962 is a Beatles collectors dream, especially in this condition.
Side 1.”XEX 421-1N”
Side 2. ”XEX 422-1N”
The Mother Stampers
Side 1.”1” ”A” (LOOK! ”1” to 1” Stampers pressed from the earliest mother!!)
Side 2. ”1” ”GR” (LOOK! ”1” to 1” Stampers pressed from the earliest mother!!)
Unique Qualities of this 1st issue!
Of course the first thing to note is that this 1st issue features the Gold & Black Parlophone labels, but only the 1st issues have ”Dick James Mus Co” publishing credits for the tracks ”Please Please Me”, ”I Saw Her Standing There”,”Misery”,Do You Want To Know A Secret” and ”There’s A Place” later 2nd issues feature these tracks credited to Northern songs!
The other important feature of this earliest issue is the cover! These are thick card type covers printed by Earnest J Day & Co ltd these are laminated at the front only and feature the tri flipbacks at the rear! Importantly only the earliest issues feature the text ”Photo By Angus McBean” furthest to the right, than later subsequent issues (notice from my photos that the beginning of this text starts just after the ‘S” above) this is only seen on these early issues, I have often seen these swapped for later 4th press covers. This cover is correct and the original earliest issue!