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Many years ago when I was a much younger guitar wheeler-dealer, I managed to get a hold of two late forties Gibson J-45's. They were both really clean. One had a mahogany top, the other was spruce. I had them on stands by my TV just so I could look at them when I was pretending I was watching TV with my wife. I liked the mahogany one the best. It had a different tone: a little more open sounding, with more warmth and richer voice. Those guitars are long gone, but we've got one for you. Here's a rare 2016 Gibson J-45, all-mahogany, limited edition model. It sounds just like my old one, and plays better too. It's a super cool guitar, just beautiful. It's straight out of a collection, and is unplayed. No fret wear. No dings or nicks. The neck is straight and true and the action is great. It's good-to-go straight out of the box. Gibson only made 75 of these, so it's a rare one. It comes from the factory with an LR Baggs Element VTC pickup system. The finish is all natural with gold, vintage-style Grover tuners. It looks great, plays great, and has a fantastic tone. Grab it while you can.Learn More
This Taylor custom built GS with Brushfire finish is drop-dead gorgeous. The neck, top, back, and sides are "shaded". Creating this unique finish is a three-step process that, while taking more time than normal finish offerings, yields a guitar with truly stunning appearance. Collector owned and in perfect condition. This Taylor has a punchy, focused, and nuanced voice with a broad dynamic range; thanks to a premium spruce top, AA flamed maple back and sides, and flamed maple neck. The shorter 24 7/8" scale rounds out the top end of the maple giving it a smooth yet open top end, and with less string tension for easier playability. Additional features include a Taylor’s Expression System 2 pickup for superb amplified tone. Comes with original hardshell case.Learn More
Limited edition cutaway Grand Auditorium featuring Tasmanian blackwood back/sides, Lutz spruce top, Performance bracing, Italian acrylic Twisted Ovals fretboard inlays, faux tortoise binding and rosette (3-ring), abalone dot bridge pins, satin-fnish back/sides with gloss top, Taylor gold tuners, and Expression System 2 pickup. Includes a Special Edition label and Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Learn More
Donovan, Bob Dylan, and Woody Guthrie all played Gibson J-45 models. Why, you ask? Well, maybe you didn't ask, but I'll pretend you did. They are great guitars, and the real workhorse of the Gibson acoustic line. They are practically indestructible, they sound amazing, and work for any type of acoustic music. The Gibson J-45 is simply one of the best acoustics available today. We've got a good one for you too. Here we have an Early Gibson J-45 made in 1998. This is a wonderful guitar, clean and nice. There are two finish cracks on the top. One directly below the bridge, and another further down that runs to the top's edge...they are cosmetic, and will not affect the play-ability or sound of the instrument. It's a slope-shouldered dread with a beautiful sunburst finish. Light as a feather. 1 11/16" nut width. The frets are in near perfect condition showing only the slightest hints of being played. The neck is straight and true. The bridge is set up with a Tone Doctor. This was done not to fix any structural issue but to enhance the sound, and in this case I believe it does. The original owner felt the guitar had a modern tone and his luthier recommended the Bridge Doctor to give it that thicker, fuller, more vintage Gibson tone. One strum on it and you'll agree, it sounds great and has that vintage Gibson vibe. The Bridge Doctor is the brass pin mount version and can be removed easily, if you don't want it. Comes with original paperwork and case.Learn More
Revitalize your guitar playing and find a unique spot in the mix with the PRS SE 277 Semi-Hollow Soapbar. Named for its baritone scale length, the 277 takes the traditional mahogany back, maple top platform to new territories with its chambered back, f-hole, and dual soapbar pickup configuration. The semi-hollow body provides increased acoustic resonance and clarity while the soapbars deliver a balance of transparent, uncompressed clean tones and thick growl. This guitar is a perfect fit for everything from country to surf rock to metal...alternate tunings encouraged.Learn More
The Ernie Ball Music Man Ball Family Reserve series is a celebration of Ernie Ball's heritage in instrument craftsmanship. These rare pieces are offered in limited production runs and allow them to present instruments to the public that were previously reserved for family and our loyal artists.
The Cutlass offers a limited edition natural ash body finished in a polyester clear coat that highlights its beautiful grain pattern. Featuring a smooth satin finish all-rosewood neck which is accented with white position markers and hand fitted white binding. The black pickguard includes all black parts which completes the overall aesthetic of the Cutlass Ball Family Reserve package. Limited to 47 pieces worldwide!
2018 marks Fodera's 35th anniversary, and to celebrate this occasion, Fodera is proud to introduce the 35th Anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe!Learn More
The 35th anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe combines classic Fodera tone and looks, paired with modern electronics and playability. This bass has an early Fodera wood combination of a Mahogany body, Quilted Maple top, and a Pau Ferro fingerboard. In the early days of Fodera guitars, Vinny chose this combination for its broad range of tone; and its ability to capture warms lows and have the articulation needed for bass players stepping out into more solo work at the time. To mimic the look of their original oil-finished instruments, Fodera stained the bass to match the golden hues of a well played "old-school" Fodera while still utilizing their satin acrylic finish known for its breathability and durability. Finally, it has Fodera's latest preamp and proprietary Fodera / Seymour Duncan Dual Coil pickups. It also utilizes their Dovetail neck joint found on original Fodera instruments like Victor Wooten’s 83 Monarch.
Due to popular demand Fodera decided to do a limited edition 10-piece run of the Yin Yang 5 Standard. This model has been discontinued since 2016 and this is the first time it's been offered it since then. Ten! Now that's a limited run! This is an incredible instrument on every level possible. Awesome is a good word for this. It's as good as a five string bass as you can get. It sounds incredible and is gorgeous to look at. In fact, if you look at it long enough, you may go into a mild trance and then awaken spiritually refreshed. You better hurry, it won't last long.
Based on Fodera's coveted Victor Wooten Yin Yang Deluxe, the Yin Yang Standard has been developed in close consultation with and bass player extraordinaire, Victor Wooten. Victor has long wanted Fodera to develop a Yin Yang that could be more widely available and within reach of a broader range of players. This instrument is modeled after the original Yin Yang Standard but in a 5-String format. It features a Alder body, Ivorywood top, and a Maple neck with an Ebony fingerboard. The electronics package includes a set of EMG P/J pickups (in soapbar covers) and Fodera's proprietary Fodera/Pope Standard 3-band Preamp. The Yin Yang 5 Standard was designed with a meticulously chosen set of build specifications and is crafted from exactly the same materials as all of Fodera's custom made Brooklyn instruments to ensure that legendary Fodera playability and tone — at a price that is considerably less than the Victor Wooten Yin Yang Deluxe.Learn More
1995 doesn't seem that long ago does it? To me anyway, it feels like maybe four years ago. It's 23 years! Wow, 23 years, and I don't even want to think what that is in dog years. We have a 1995 Taylor 615 jumbo. Hardcore Taylor fans will consider this a vintage guitar. We really like this guitar; everybody here in the shop that is. It sounds awesome. The maple back and sides are highly figured. Really beautiful flame. The frets are fine, showing very little wear. The action is low and fast. There are signs of playing wear on mostly on the top of the guitar. Some dings, but nothing major. No cracks or splits. Overall the condition is very good. Remember it is 23 years old. For such a big bodied guitar it weighs next to nothing, and you can feel the thing vibrating the second you take it from the case. It's opened up beautifully, and there is definitely an "older", more forthright Americana sound emitting from this guitar than its more contemporary siblings. It has a playability that is much easier than a Gibson or Guild jumbo. It's loud and punchy, with string separation and all-over articulation that is significantly more pronounced than the new Gibson J-35 and J-45s we've played of late, which may be a good or a bad thing depending on your tastes. Has an active Fishman under saddle pickup. Overall it's great guitar, almost vintage, great playing and sounding, at a great price. Comes with original hard shell case.Learn More
Here's a 2008 Taylor 314ce. It's spent most of it's life inside its case, and is in great condition. The back and sides and back of the neck look perfect without a single mark...not even a button scratch. The top shows some slight wear. What you'd expect from a guitar that has been very gently played and well taken care of. The neck is straight and true. The action is low and fast. The 300 Series 314ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar with a Venetian cutaway and gloss-finish Sitka spruce top with sapele back and sides. Sapele shares mahogany's lively tonal response, and with the spruce top, rings out with a brightness and clarity that gives this guitar a definitive Taylor voice. Black binding flanks sapele's ribbon-like grain, with large pearl fretboard dots adding a traditional touch. It plays great and sounds great. Comes with original paperwork and original hardshell case.Learn More
Regular Price: $6,103.00
Special Price $5,187.00
Model: Studio EliteLearn More
Finish: Burning Water
Body: Swamp Ash
Neck: Quartersawn Maple
Fingerboard: Pau Ferro
Shape: Standard'59 (.845"-.975")
Radius: Compound 10"-12"
Nut Width: 1 5/8"
Tuners: Hipshot Locking
Controls: Volume, Tone, Tone, 5-Way
Neck Pickup: JTS Stingray 500
Middle Pickup: JTS Stingray 500
Bridge Pickup: Angry Retro
Case: Deluxe Hardshell
Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz
$2,228.00 Click for price
Inspired by the classic surf sound born in Southern California, the new G&L Doheny takes its name from the iconic beach in the heart of Orange County where 60's surf pioneers became legends. Since those halcyon days, both music and surfing have evolved far beyond their roots, and so has the performance of the gear.Learn More
Doheny takes the bolt-on offset-body into new sonic territory with newly developed Magnetic Field Design jazz pickups, the first on any production G&L. Naturally, these new pickups will invite comparison to Leo’s jumbo MFD ASAT Special pickups, given they employ a narrow bobbin aperture and broad coil splay. But Doheny's MFD pickups are more about jangle than twang, just as they should be for a guitar like this. With a classic jazz bobbin aperture wrapped with traditional Formvar wire, these pickups just might be the approach Leo would have taken had he been with us a few years longer.
So what’s it like? The sound is rich in harmonics yet surprisingly full, the result of carefully researching and applying Leo's creative work across the decades. The Doheny pickups deliver the experience fans have hoped for, with their flexibility maximized by the PTB tone system that allows echoes of yesteryear while delivering more output and range for today’s music. Add in Leo's finest vibrato for enhanced tuning stability and improved sustain, and the results are astounding.