most unique inventory for san antonio musicians

Pre-owned Electric


Whether received in trade, store purhcased-instruments, or consignments, Guitar Tex is fortunate to have a frequent rotation of unique high-quality pre-owned electric guitars. Inventory changes frequently, but we highlight some of the more notable instruments here and on our Reverb Store.

Visit our Reverb store for updated inventory.

Partscaster Tele

This Partscaster Tele features an ebony fretboard, a ’60s Gibson mini humbucker, a Seymour Duncan 52 new old stock pickup in the bridge. This is a consignment instrument and the owner wants it to move. Price reduced $700.

G&L ASAT Fullerton

This G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy recently came into the shop. Featuring a classic humbucker in the neck position with the traditional single-coil at the bridge. The classic boxed-steel bridge features individual brass saddles excellent control of intonation. Price: $1,599 

Mosrite Joe Maphis Model 1

Rickenbacker 381/12 (Sold!)

Recently made available for sale, this Rickenbacker 381/12 is in mint condition. A 12-string electric based on a 1957 design, the 381 has a striking appearance, this one made all the more for the fact of its unique finish (which we tend to believe to be Montezuma Brown). Serial number places this as a 2006 instrument. The 381/12 features Rickenbacker’s mono/stereo outputs. Includes original hard shell case. Price is $4,700.

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Guitar Tex will help you find the perfect guitar, and can repair the guitar you love. We want to get to know you and will spend the time to help you select the instrument that will make you happy.

Guitar Tex
4330 McCullough
San Antonio, TX 78212

We are easy to reach from both the San Antonio International Airport and from Downtown.

From Downtown
We are at 4330 McCullough, and McCullough goes all the way downtown. In the old days, it was one of the few routes out of down town that didn’t cross railroad tracks. (A big deal when you have a wagon – I’ve heard. Never experienced it.) The maps and driving directions will help alot. Easy to know when you’re getting close because we’re just past the traffic circle/fountain.