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The concept of a used instrument in "mint condition" is usually a myth but this Taylor 756 is as close to mint as you will ever find. We've examined it very carefully and it's hard to believe it didn't come to us directly from Taylor! Saying it is "pre-owned" would be more accurate as this guitar shows absolutely no wear. There are no dings, nicks, scratches, or scuffs anywhere to be found. It was special ordered by one of our regular customers and after having it at his home for a couple of months he has found that 12 string guitar is just not his thing. His loss can be your gain. This is a truly fine instrument. It sounds fantastic and plays like a dream. Strum one chord on it and you'll notice it has a richer, more vibrant voice than ever before thanks to the customized performance bracing. Taylor went back to the drawing board and redesigned their bracing patterns to get the optimum response out of each of their iconic body shapes. Taylor even added side bracing to add rigidity to the sides and enhance top and back movement. Comes with the original hardshell case.Learn More
Those guys at Bourgeois know about loud, wow, this guitar is loud! We are offering a new Bourgeois Slope D "The Standard" with an "Aged Tone" Adirondack spruce top and Mahogany back and sides. It's a fine, fine, super fine guitar. It really is the standard all guitars should be judged by. If you are familiar with late 40's early 50's Gibson J-50 and J-45 guitars, you'll know the sound I'm talking about, warm, rich, loud and succinctly brilliant.
Dana Bourgeois' passion for acoustic guitars was fostered by those coveted instruments built in the pre-war era. "The Standard" model was inspired by the classic designs that emerged from the midwestern United States at that time, but incorporates many elements of Dana's own design.
It starts with the striking Ziricote fretboard and bridge, beautiful in figure yet subtle enough to maintain the pre-war look. The single ring Ivoroid rosette and rectangular bridge hearken back to those old designs. Our contoured headstock was introduced with the L-DBO model, and fits the look perfectly!Learn More
The concept of a used instrument in "mint condition" is usually a myth, but this pre-owned Froggy Bottom is about as close to mint as you will ever find. We've examined it very carefully, and it's hard to believe it didn't come to us directly from Froggy Bottom! This is a truly fine instrument: an M Standard model Froggy Bottom guitar with cutaway. The top is Adirondack spruce, the back and sides are mahogany. 1 3/4" nut width. Ebony fingerboard with maple binding. This is one of the finest grand concert size acoustic guitars I've heard. Sounds wonderful, plays fantastic. It's as good as you could ever want an acoustic to be. It was made in 2013 but I can't find any wear anywhere. No dings, nicks, bumps, not a single pick mark on it. The frets show no wear. The neck is straight and true. It's an exceptional instrument for the discriminating player. Comes with hard case.Learn More
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A varnish finish, how cool is that? You hardly ever see a varnish finish on a guitar, and I don't think I've ever seen one on a guitar in this price range. We have an Eastman T59/V AMB. It looks like an old violin. Everybody at the shop loves this guitar. Unplugged it's awesome, loud and resonant with lots of sustain. Plugged in, it's equally amazing. Its got a beautiful flamed maple top, back, and sides, with an antique amber sunburst finish. It just looks so good. Really authentic looking. The neck feels fantastic. The fret work is top notch. The Seymour Duncan pickups scream. This a fine, ES-335 style guitar, comparable to any Gibson or other semi solid guitar for a great price. There is nothing NOT to like about this guitar.Learn More
So, I'm researching this guitar, and I find out it is a 1950 model. I started telling everybody, "Man, this is an old guitar, 1950!" Everybody at the shop says, "That IS old!" Then I realize, I was born in 1951. So from now on I'm not saying anything about a guitar being old. We are offering a Gibson L-4 made in 1950. The back of the neck has been refinished. There was a crack in the headstock on the low E string side that was repaired, pro job. The body finish is original. The tailpiece has been changed. It is the same style as the original. The bridge thumb wheels have been changed, but the bridge is original. It is missing the pickguard. The tuners are repro Kluson style. There is a plugged jack-hole on the lower bout. There is a fair amount of pick wear on the top. It was well-used and well-loved. It plays fine, sounds great, and looks very cool. The frets have been professionally refretted and are in near perfect shape. The action is great; comfortable and fast. It is a very cool, vintage guitar. Great for jazz, blues, or whatever. Comes with a hardshell case that's not in great shape, but will be fine to store it and ship it in. This is a real vintage Gibson, one of their mid line models for $2000, which is a great deal.Learn More
This Fodera Imperial Matt Garrison 5 Elite features a gorgeous flamed Poplar Burl top with matching pickups covers and headstock veneer. Built 4/4/2007, it is in excellent, near mint condition. Stunning looks are only the beginning of this exquisite instrument. The wood combination neck delivers the perfect combination of punch, sustain, and playing comfort. The frets have no wear on them. The neck is straight as an arrow. This is one of the easiest playing bass guitars any of us has ever experienced. It plays like a dream! New price for this bass would be $12,450. Grab this killer bass for a great deal!Learn More
This Dreadnought distills the essential features of a great acoustic guitar into a budget-friendly form. Taylor's Academy Series was designed with developing players in mind, so the goal was to create as comfortable a playing experience as possible. The guitar body pairs layered sapele back and sides with a solid Sitka spruce top, and incorporates a feature normally reserved for their premium instruments: a built-in armrest that softens the edge of the body’s bass-side lower bout to enhance the playing comfort. The patented Taylor neck features a slightly shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length, 1-11/16-inch nut width, and light gauge strings, which make fretting and bending strings easier. Tonally the Dreadnought’s body dimensions produce a bold response with a warm low end and punchy treble, making this a great option for strummers and flatpickers. Onboard ES-B electronics include a built-in digital chromatic tuner with an LED display for tuning and low battery indication. Whether you’re at the front end of you guitar journey or just looking for a great strumming guitar without breaking the bank, the A10e will serve you well.Learn More
Regular Price: $8,820.00
Special Price $7,938.00
Dana Bourgeois says: “Many years ago, inspired by Eric Schoenberg, I built what I believe was the first OM having a style of cutaway that has since become something of a modern classic. Eric and I later founded a company to produce the new model, which we named "The Soloist", after an elegant fingerstyle guitar from the Victorian era. The Bourgeois Soloist is a true fingerstyle OM, featuring a European spruce top, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, a 2 5/16" ebony pyramid bridge, and the original Soloist style cutaway. Maintaining the spirit of the original Soloist, I combined the finest woods with the simplest of appointments, including Ziricote body bindings, simple wooden rosette, short pattern slotted squares and diamonds inlay, and a distinctive slotted triangle on the heel cap. While on the subject of decoration, I should note that the marquetry backstrip that I first designed for the Soloist (and now use on many of my guitars) has been as widely emulated, and is presently available through a number of lutherie suppliers. Far from being offended, I am delighted by the notion that other luthiers have mistaken this for vintage design!"Learn More
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- Limited to Just 10 GuitarsLearn More
- One piece Flamed Port Orford Cedar Top – Natural finish (No F-hole)
- Okume back/ Whiskey finish
- Duncan Jazz Zebra Neck pickup
- Single-Coil MFD bridge pickup
- 5 way selector-Humbucker, Volume, Tone, Split-Coil
A very cool new model from John Suhr. Dual-humbuckers (Thornbuckers), a very thinline-esque body and f-hole, "chopped" 3-saddle bridge, stainless steel frets, 9-12" compound radius fingerboard, and locking tuners. All the specs and refinements you expect from a Pro Series Suhr.Learn More
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The Imperial Guitar, Fodera's new single cut offering, combines the classic thick and rich tone of guitars from the 50’s updated with modern aesthetic, playability, and construction techniques. The Imperial Guitar features a customer’s choice of a one-piece, semi-hollow Mahogany, Walnut, or Korina body, as well as a customer’s choice of a 3-piece Mahogany, Korina, Maple, or Walnut neck. This guitar also incorporates a unique stop-tailpiece where a solid brass bar has been inlayed into a fingerboard-matching wooden shell providing added mass and sustain. The Imperial Guitar comes with a set of Seymour Duncan Custom Humbuckers providing a full, even, and rich sound with smooth highs, thick lows, and growling midrange.Learn More
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Top: Solid Adirondack SpruceLearn More
Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-3/4"
Fretwire: 20 Jescar-FW43080
Scale Length: 25.4"
Bracings: Hand-carved Scalloped X
Bridge/Saddle: Ebony/Bone, 2-5/32" Spacing
Head Cap Veneer Material: Rosewood
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Headstock Style: Traditional
Binding Material: Black
Logo Material: Maple
Inlay Material: Dots
Side Dot Color: White
Pickguard Material: Tortoise Shell (included in case)
Tuners: Open-Gear Ping V93N 3+3
Strings: Cleartone Phosphor Bronze .012-.053
Case: Hardshell Case