Guitar Giraffe

Collectable Guitars & Amps

Welcome to Guitar Giraffe, Spain's first vintage & collectable guitar store.

Vintage gear like you've never seen them before. No risks, no worries. Buying vintage was never this easy!

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1956 Fender Telecaster Blonde
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GUITARS

1956 Fender Telecaster Blonde

Fender
56BTele
€25,995.00
Here’s an all-original, SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT 1956 Fender Telecaster. Mojo, tweed 'n twang.
1955 Gibson Les Paul Junior
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GUITARS

1955 Gibson Les Paul Junior

Gibson
LPJr
€7,495.00
This is a really clean 1955 Gibson Les Paul Junior. 100% original and lighweight. Yes, it rocks too.
1965 Fender Stratocaster "L...
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GUITARS

1965 Fender Stratocaster "L Series" Fiesta Red

Fender
65FRStrat
€32,895.00
This is a 100% original, not-a-screw-changed custom-color Fiesta Red L series Stratocaster. AND it's an exceptionally playing/sounding guitar.
1962 Gibson SG Les Paul (2x...
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1962 Gibson SG Les Paul (2x PAF)

Gibson
62SGPAF
€14,995.00
Howdy collectors and players. This is a 100% original 1962 Gibson SG Les Paul, with a factory sideways vibrato and two unopened, superb-sounding PAF humbuckers.
1967 Fender Telecaster -...
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1967 Fender Telecaster - Factory Black

Fender
67BlackTele
€11,485.00
This is a rare one. Factory-black, maple cap 1967 Fender Telecaster in super clean condition. 100% original except for the wiring obviously, which was changed to modern-style so you can taste that juicy neck pickup.
1962 Fender Stratocaster Slab
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1962 Fender Stratocaster Slab

Fender
62Strat
€22,985.00
This absolutely stunning 1962 Fender Stratocaster is a 100% original example of the end of an era, the slab-board Strats.
1967 Gibson ES-335 TDC MINT
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1967 Gibson ES-335 TDC MINT

Gibson
335TDC-67
€8,995.00
This has got to be THE cleanest ’67 Gibson ES-335 TDC you have ever seen. I just don’t see how anyone would not think this is just a reissue at a first glance. It is incredible, check out the images and see for yourself!
What is Guitar Giraffe?

Guitar Giraffe is a physical and online store specialised in vintage & collectable guitars and amps, being the first one in Spain of its kind. We also buy and trade in guitars and amps.

Ok, there’s an online store but… is there a physical store?

Yes, of course. We have a beautiful showroom in Madrid. Book an appointment and come pay us us a visit!

Are all your images of the actual items for sale?

Yes. All pictures of pre-owned guitars catalogue are of the actual guitar/amp for sale. We do not use generic images, or photos from other catalogues: all items have been photographed professionally one by one by us.

What guitars do you buy?

We're interested in vintage Fenders and Gibsons from the 50's and 60's, though we might consider some from the early 70's. Nothing from the 80's, no exceptions. 

As for modern guitars, we're interested on highly desired collectables, usually by Fender or Gibson too. Let us know what you have!

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The Spanish Burst. Part II: Down to the Details

The Spanish Burst. Part II: Down to the Details

Esta es la segunda parte del reportaje sobre el primer burst ibérico. Esperamos que os guste. Para nosotros ha sido un placer poder hacerlo y compartirlo con vosotros. read more
The Spanish Burst: Spain's first Les Paul Standard "sunburst"

The Spanish Burst: Spain's first Les Paul Standard "sunburst"

Recientemente ha cambiado el curso de la historia de la guitarra en nuestro país. Se trata de la adquisición  –por primera vez en la historia de España– de una Les Paul Standard Sunburst original a manos de un dueño local. Guitar Giraffe ha sido testigo desde la barrera de este acontecimiento... y algo más. Esta es la primera parte de esa historia. read more
Fender Tweed Champ: Originals (1957 & 1958) vs. Reissue - Chapter II

Fender Tweed Champ: Originals (1957 & 1958) vs. Reissue - Chapter II

Some weeks ago we put a couple of Fender Champs -a 1957 original and a Custom Shop '57 Champ- side to side and compared all the aesthetic aspects from both eras, but we left the sound test for later. Luckily, we've managed to get our hands on a 1958 Champ as well, so we tried to put all three together and see if we could point out the main sound differences.  read more
Fender 1957 Champ: Original vs. Reissue - Chapter I

Fender 1957 Champ: Original vs. Reissue - Chapter I

We've had the privilege of placing and original 1957 Champ and a Custom Shop Reissue side by side, in order to make the most detailed comparison we could and present it to you in this two-chapter review. read more
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