Guitar Boxes

Made for guitar players, our guitar boxes are a great way to organize strings, picks and slides. Guitar boxes hold approximately 20 packs of guitar strings and come with a black velvet pouch to hold your picks, capos, etc. Our guitar boxes go to eleven!


6 5/8" WIDE x 5" DEEP x 6" HIGH


GUITAR BOX.................$75




The Illustrated Guitar

Picasso-ish guitar illustrations




Blues Guitarists: 1st Generation

Robert Johnson, Leadbelly, Son House, Blind Lemon Jefferson,
Charley Patton, Elmore James and Lightnin’ Hopkins



Blues Guitarists: 2nd Generation

Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, Freddie King, B.B. King, Albert King,

Albert Collins and John Lee Hooker.



Blues Guitarists: 3rd Generation

Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Mike Bloomfield,

Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck




Marshall DSL40

Marshall amplifiers were founded by British drum shop owner Jim Marshall. They are among the most recognized brands in amplification. Noted musicians who made Marshall amps popular were Eric Clapton, Pete Townsend and Jimi Hendrix.



Fender Twin Reverb

The Fender Twin amp was introduced in 1952, two years before Fender began selling Stratocaster electric guitars. The amps are known for their characteristically clean tone.




Vox AC30

Manufactured by Vox, the AC30 was introduced in 1958 to meet the growing demand for louder amplifiers. Known by its "jangly" high-end sound, Vox amps are widely recognized as the amps

The Beatles made famous.



Fender Bassman

Initially intended to amplify bass guitars, the Fender Bassman is used by musicians for other instrument amplification, including the electric guitar, harmonica, and pedal steel guitars.



Classic Acoustic Guitars

D’Angelico Excel, Epiphone Emperor, Martin D-28, National Style “O”, Gibson SJ200, Guild F50R, and the National Model 35.



Classic Electric Guitars

Gibson 335, Rickenbacker 360, Fender Stratocaster, Gretsch Country Gentleman, Gibson Les Paul, Gibson SG, and the Fender Telecaster