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This E20-D features an Adirondack Spruce top, and an LR Baggs Element VTC pickup. The iconic shape of the Dreadnought is synonymous with acoustic guitars in general. Big and bold, these cannons are perfect for ensemble settings where the guitar competes for sonic space with other instruments or accompanying strong singers. The Dreadnought is the classic flat-picking bluegrass instrument.Learn More
I was telling the lads at the store about a club I worked at in the early 70's. One the bands came through with a Fender Telecaster Deluxe. We were outraged that Fender would put a humbucker on a Telecaster. It was one of those, "How dare they!" moments. I have since matured. A tele with humbuckers is the bomb! We are offering a Suhr Alt T Pro. It is modeled after the 70's Fender Telecaster Thinline Deluxe but with a few tweaks to make it even better. This one has a black finish, two humbucking pickups ("Thornbuckers") and is semi-hollow body. The original black pickguard has been changed out to a white one, which we all like the looks of more than the black one that originally came on it. The black pickguard will be included in the gig bag. It sounds and plays awesome. In excellent, near-mint condition. I love the bridge with it's traditional brass saddles but better than a vintage one because you can adjust each string intonation individually. It has a maple neck with locking tuners. The frets are perfect, action is perfect, it's good to go. Comes with gig bag.Learn More
Poor owners of 1965 or 1968 Gibson instruments. They never really know if it's a 1965 or a 1968 because duplicated serial numbers in 1965 and 1968. One has to wonder if someone did that just to mess with folks in the future. Maybe a disgruntled employee, angry at the world, and determined to destroy future generation's dreams, dashes them against the rocks of time. Or maybe they just ran out of numbers. Who knows? This fine instrument, a Gibson A-50 mandolin, has one of those numbers. I think it's a 1968 based on the case, which would have had yellow lining in 1965. It is the original case, with the original key. Square with green lining. It looks like a late 60's case. Also, the bracket on the pickguard is chrome. In 1965 it would have been nickel. And, it has "Union Made" on the red label. So, my educated guess is 1968, but it could possibly be 1965. Regardless of the year, it's a great, great mandolin, just as clean as can be. I hesitate to use the word mint in describing a 50 year old instrument, so let's call this excellent plus. I mean, it's super clean. It plays great, the action is fine, the frets are perfect, and it has a lovely, quilted maple back. It sounds magnificent. It has the original, double line Kluson tuners. It's a great mandolin, one of the nicest I've seen.Learn More
Regular Price: $2,990.00
Special Price $2,095.00
Wood, that's the heart and soul of a guitar. You got to have the right wood. Take this new limited edition Suhr Modern Satin Pro HSH. It's made of African Okoume. How's that for a name? Also known as African Mahogany. It's a lovely wood, lightweight, and has some great tonal characteristics. It's reminiscent of mahogany...to my ears it's tonally very similar to Korina. It has a thin, satin finish that allows the guitar to resonate to its fullest potential. This is a guitar for serious folks...folks that want clean, articulate tone when called for. Of course, you have to be able to play clean and articulately, but if you're looking at this guitar, you've already got that part down. It weighs 6 lbs, 6 oz. From the heaviest of rock to the most mellow of jazz, this covers all the bases. Comes with deluxe Suhr gig bag.Learn More
The Sadowsky Metro MV4 is simply an incredible bass. Sadowsky's build quality is incredible. These basses feel so smooth, they are perfection. Featuring an Ash body with Vintage Tint Natural finish and full maple neck. Tonally this bass has superb defination and clarity. Active 2 band preamp and passive VTC (Vintage tone control) allows everything from modern cutting tones, to the best retro sounds you have ever heard coming out of the one instrument. It's like a Jazz Bass on steroids. These basses are true modern classics. Comes with Sadowsky Protec hard gig bag.Learn More
The ever-popular Varsity, in a reverb version. The Varsity is quickly becoming a favorite for gigging guitarists all over the planet (ask Jeff Beck about his). Now there’s an even more versatile option – The Varsity Reverb. Same specs and great tone.Learn More
Thanks to breakthrough Taylor design, the GS Mini Bass offers players a remarkably inviting small-scale acoustic bass that’s compact, lightweight and ultra-comfortable on the hands. Adding to the popular heritage of our GS Mini family, this four-string bass sibling is even more impressive for its ability to create natural-sounding bass notes despite a condensed 23-1/2-inch scale length — about 10 inches shorter than the scale length of a standard bass guitar. Part of the magic is the custom nylon-core strings (with phosphor bronze wrap wire) developed with our friends at D’Addario exclusively for the bass (in fact, no other strings will work on it). Together with our patented dual-prong bridge pin design, the bass not only sounds great but also yields a slinky feel. And with the condensed fret spacing, playing bass is now physically easier on anyone’s hands, from kids to bass newbies to seasoned bass players craving a couch-friendly option. It’s an inspiring tool to have on hand for writing, recording demos, and jamming with friends. The bass comes equipped with our ES-B onboard electronics, along with a hard bag featuring adjustable backpack straps for easy portability.Learn More
This Custom 24 features a figured maple neck and fingerboard. This is a feature usually only available on Artist Package models, but is being made a available for a very limited time.
Top Wood: Carved Figured MapleLearn More
Back Wood: Mahogany
Number of Frets: 24
Scale Length: 25"
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Shape: Pattern Thin
Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
Fretboard Inlay: Birds
Bridge: PRS Patented Tremolo, Gen III
Tuners: PRS Phase III Locking
Hardware Type: Hybrid
Treble Pickup: 85/15 Treble
Bass Pickup: 85/15 Bass
Controls: Volume, Tone, 5-Way Blade Switch
This cutaway acoustic/electric Grand Auditorium blends layered walnut back and sides with a solid Sitka spruce top, making it a great all-around acoustic that responds well to strumming, flatpicking and fingerpicking. With our patented Taylor neck, you’ll enjoy easy playability and accurate intonation as long as you own the guitar, and the slightly narrower 1-11/16-inch nut width makes forming barre chords easier on the hands. The Venetian cutaway gives you access to more upper-end fretboard real estate, while our dynamic Expression System 2 pickup produces a natural amplified acoustic voice that will help you sound your best whenever you plug in. The clean appointment scheme includes Italian acrylic dot fretboard inlays, a 3-ring rosette, plus black binding and a black pickguard that complement the look of the genuine ebony fretboard and bridge. The guitar includes a lightweight protective gig bag for easy portability.Learn More
The 114e features our popular Grand Auditorium body style, whose physical dimensions have made it a popular choice for its appealing performance versatility. Layered walnut back and sides are topped with a solid Sitka spruce soundboard, which together produce signature clear and balanced tone with a pleasing projection and midrange focus. The 1-11/16-inch nut width is slightly narrower than the standard 1-3/4-inch width of other steel-strings in the 300 Series and up, making it easier for developing players to navigate the fretboard. And with Taylor’s onboard Expression System 2 pickup, the guitar is ready to plug in whenever you are. The guitar ships in a durable lightweight gig bag.Learn More
Co-designed with one of the world's most renowned jazz guitarists, the signature Kurt Rosenwinkel Premier SS features a spruce top for brightness and a center-block for maximum sustain. With minimal appointments, the Kurt Rosenwinkel SS is built for rich tone and high performance, featuring a comfortable C-shape neck profile and stopbar tailpiece. Its Honey Burst finish is complemented by a rosewood fretboard and chrome hardware.Learn More
This Custom 24 has been upgraded with a 10-Top, Artist finish (Bonnie Pink), Artist Grade flamed maple neck and fingerboard. Also features a Pattern Thin neck profile.
Do you guys know the story about the PRS Custom finish, Bonni Pink? Bonni Lloyd was an early PRS employee, one of the first. She wanted a pink guitar and they guys at PRS made her one. Word got out and PRS made a few in very limited numbers during the late 1980's. Those guitars are highly sought after and are valuable collectors items. This one just came in, we had to wait a while to get it, again, it is being made in limited numbers. This guitar is new, a PRS Custom 24 with flames out the wazoo, a 10 top, bird inlays, and of course, the super cool Bonni Pink finish. It has a pattern/thin neck and vibrato. The finish is so cool, it's awesome. Oh, there may be some that scoff at a pink finish, but remember, Jeff Beck played a pink Charvel. You think you are cooler than Jeff Beck? I don't think so. So, man up and get this great guitar before some other, less insecure person grabs it. Comes with hard case.