Sales (Updated - 14th January 2021)

If you are interested in contacting me on any of the below items, please phone 07846 824 826 or email me by clicking here e-mail me. This is not necessarily the most up-to-date listing so it is always worth a call just to see what is coming up. All my For Sale items will have been through my workshop (unless stated as being Spares or Repair) and can be tried out to your hearts content. I can supply interested parties images of most listings shown below.

Always open to a REASONABLE OFFER on MOSTof the below.

I also have numerous Watkins WEM Copicats, which are due to be refurbed, if you are after a particular model, be it Valve or SolidState, let me know since I will re-prioritise the work schedule.

If you have any musical instruments for sale, I am always interested in hearing about them with a possible view to purchase, even the broken ones, which I particularly like. P/X is always an option.

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brand item description

2012 Gibson HB093M ES-330 VOS LH
Memphis with Custom Shop Certificate

This has been closeted for most of its life.

Having owned it for the past 5-years, it has rarely seen the light of day apart from the occasional try-out.

In absolutely stunning condition and being a rare leftie, this would grace any guitarists collection.

Comes with original paperwork (I hate using “Candy”) and custom Gibson hard case.


Westminster All Valve Amp Model 10/T

Pending Service / Repair


V125 Valve LEAD Head

Although I have no way of proving this, the back panel serial number plate (which has the same serial number shown inside the chassis) shows a poor attempt at removing some added wording, which can be seen as “THE JAM” and “A BETTER AC-30”. This could be one of Paul Weller’s V125 Lead Amps from the early 1980s.

The V125 was VOX's answer to the Marshall stack idea, which would capture market share by making a large amplifier for stadium work, hence the V125's high-powered single cabinet stack design. The V125 Lead was essentially an AC-120 repackaged for this purpose less the AC-120's reverb unit.

Among the V125's features are two input jacks and a 5-Band equaliser section. It's the 5-Band equaliser frequencies that distinguishes the Lead (100hz - 2300hz) from the Bass (50hz - 1600hz) version.

This amp has been fully serviced and the bias set to the factory requirement, along with any other work required to bring this amp back to its [near] full potential.

There has been brand new output transformer fitted and the 2 x FETs on the Input side, that the V125 Lead had, have been removed and in doing so, the front-end is now pure valve and more reliable.

All the valves have been tested with new QUAD MATCHED Marshall EL34s fitted, hence this is ready to rock-n-roll.

Valve compliment consists of: 4 x EL34s + 2 x ECC83s + 1 x ECC82 + 1 x ECC81

220VAC – 240VAC Switchable Power Transformer.


Copicat Mark 1 late 1950s

Pending Service / Repair


Copicat Model IC40 Varispeed

Pending Service


2010-11 LH Fender Telecaster MIM Blue

This Left Handed Tele looks fresh out of the factory and for a 10-year-old guitar, this is no mean statement to make – It is indistinguishable!!

The Lake Placid Blue finish is truly a beautiful colour to behold and one of the best colour finishes I have seen on a guitar. It comes with strap locks that are fitted to a genuine Fender Guitar Strap, again in this beautiful blue colour.

There is NOTHING that needs to be stated apart from it being a spotless guitar with no fret-wear on a dead straight neck and working electrics.

I would guess before I took ownership of it some 6-years ago, this was just stored away in a cupboard somewhere.

Comes in a nice guitar hard-case, ideally suited to its needs.