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Among Taylor’s rosewood/spruce guitars, the 900 Series has always projected an aura of high-end sophistication, showcasing a detail-rich aesthetic and the most refined levels of Taylor craftsmanship. A lush redesign has brought a sleek and comfortable hand-carved ebony armrest to the series, along with the same sweeping array of tonal-enhancing refinements first applied to the 800 Series. On the 914ce, the Grand Auditorium’s all-around versatility has been punched up to produce a more powerful bass response and a warmer, sweeter midrange. The refreshed appointment scheme boasts a beautifully calibrated balance of ebony binding and koa purfling, together with colorful abalone shell inlays and trim. Additional features include a Venetian cutaway and Taylor’s Expression System 2 pickup. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Learn More
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The tone of a single cut-away swamp ash guitar with a maple neck needs little introduction. Snap! Pop! Here chicky! Get the picture? Melancon Guitars has incorporated all of the tweaks from Bakersfield to Nashville into the Pro Artist T. Its like a 57 Chevy with power steering and power brakes!
Model: Pro ArtistLearn More
Finish: Vintage Burst
Body: Swamp Ash
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
Neck Finish: Satin
Neck Profile: Standard Neck Carve
Nut Width: 1.650"
Frets: Stainless Steel Medium
Bridge: Two-Post Vintage Trem
Pickguard: 3-ply Parchment
Neck & Middle Pickup: Melancon Vintage Single Coil
Bridge Pickup: Melancon PAFB Blues
Electronics: Volume, Neck/Middle Tone, Bridge Tone, 5-way
Case: Form Fit Hardshell
The new 3-channel, 50-watt, EL-34 powered Triple Crown TC-50 from MESA Engineering captures the essence of Rock with the ability to inspire new genres in a way only MESA can. Emanating from the “other side of MESA” that spawned Rock’s iconic Dual Rectifier, this new platform features a bold set of new circuits unlike anything else in our line.
From bubbly, sparkling clean sounds, rarely heard in this type of amp, to an amazingly tight and aggressive wall of Rock Crunch, to one of our most vocal, harmonically rich and gain-laden high-gain channels ever, the Triple Crown is aimed at Rock’s high-gain throne! Experience a new generation of Rock Royalty – The Triple Crown TC-50!Learn More
Featuring Waterloo's East Indian Rosewood back/side option, vintage-inspired x-bracing, and a prominent v-shaped neck with fully adjustable truss rod.
Full-bodied in both tone and stature, the aptly nicknamed "Jumbo King" is the largest size offering in the Waterloo line and a modern day tribute to jumbo-sized guitars of the early 1940s. Originally manufactured by Regal for the mail-order enterprise Montgomery Ward, this slope-shoulder body size was designed to provide performers of the era with enough volume and power for professional radio work. The WL-JK accomplishes this and more by employing a full five-inch body depth and a slightly narrow waist to enhance both the bass and treble response.Learn More
The large soundhole is a great option for the hybrid player, it increases the openess of the guitar while expanding the bass, giving just enough dreadnought character to make this an incredibly versatile guitar.
Orchestra Model: 14 Fret, 25.5” scale. You can think of the Vintage OM as a smaller version of our Dreadnought-or maybe it's the other way around. Because of its characteristic superb balance, clarity of voice, and sustaining top register, the OM is often thought of as the quintessential fingerstyle guitar. It's not surprising, though, that more than a few players appreciate these same characteristics not only for flatpicking but also for a variety of other applications. We scallop both sides of the X brace on our OM. This provides the "looseness" required in a smaller guitar to produce a clear, strong bass response, and power and projection that belies its size.Learn More
Every Emperor Standard is hand-crafted right in Fodera's Brooklyn, New York shop alongside their custom instruments by the very same people, using the same tools and materials as their Custom basses.
Black Limba BodyLearn More
Redwood FLame Top Wood
3-pc Maple Neck
Birdseye Maple Fingerboard
Fodera/Duncan Dual Coil Pickups
Fodera/Pope 3-Band Standard Preamp
34 inch scale, 24 large frets, 19.0mm spacing
Fodera 19.0mm Standard Bridge
The Emperor 5 Standard Classic features the very best of over 30 years of building experience in an instrument that blends the tone, playability and pro-player reliability bass players have come to expect from Fodera with a more traditional look that will be at home on any stage. Hand-selected Alder or Ash bodies, quarter-sawn 3-pc Rock Maple necks, with Birdseye Maple or Indian Rosewood fingerboards delivers classic tonal combinations, while a PLEK’d compound-radius fingerboard provides the effortless playability Fodera has become known for. Add to that the powerful sustain and resonance from our fully adjustable, custom designed, bell-brass bridge, and the Emperor 5 Standard Classic delivers the look and feel you’ll only get from a hand-crafted Fodera bass.
The Emperor 5 Standard Classic features a set of our Fodera/Duncan dual-coil pickups and the Fodera/Pope Standard Preamp with 3-band EQ. Designed in collaboration with Seymour Duncan, our passive Dual Coil pickups were designed to provide a punchy and focused tone with a natural and smooth upper midrange. Compared to an active soapbar style pickup, the tone is warmer and more organic. Wired in parallel, these pickups offer a noise-free single coil sound with added body and weight yet come with the added flexibility of full single-coil operation providing the snap, warmth, and mid-range punch of classic single-coil Jazz Bass pickups. Designed for optimal performance, our 3-band Fodera/Pope preamp offers an incredibly low noise flow, a very musical sounding EQ, and active/passive operation for the utmost reliability and flexibility whether you’re on stage or in the studio. Together, these electronics let you tailor your tone, from deep and round to bright and punchy and everything in between.Learn More
Geez, I wanted a Vox Phantom so badly in 1965. Brian Jones played one and he was the bomb. In my mind he was just the coolest guy ever. When I saw my first real Vox in person at Melody Music here in Memphis, I was stunned. I was even more stunned by the case. It was different than any other guitar case I had ever seen. I've got the case. If you have the guitar but no case, we need to hook up. This is a mid sixties Vox case measuring 44" long, 5 3/4" wide at the top width, 17" wide and 4 1/4" deep. The latches and hinges work fine, and the tolex is in good shape. There is some wear but it is in remarkably good condition, especially considering its age.Learn More
Are we all good? I hope so. We are doing well at Martin Music. We got some killer vintage stuff in. I mean it won't literally kill you, we don't want that, but this stuff will make you sound great. We have a vintage 1964 Fender Princeton amp. It's awesome and in immaculate condition. Super rare to find one as clean as this. And it sounds so, so good. The speaker has been changed to an Eminence Ragin Cajun and the power cable has been upgraded to a grounded one, those are the only modifications. Powered by two NOS Sylvania 6v6 power tubes. This is the perfect club/studio amp. It's the same amp that Mike Campbell uses. Well, his non-reverb Princeton is from 1963, and if it's good enough for Mike Campbell, it's good enough for you! You should buy it right now.Learn More
Introducing the Recto-Verb Twenty-Five head, the Reverb-endowed, fraternal-twins of Mesa's little Mini Rectifier lunchbox that's been taking names all over the globe. This even mightier package is slightly larger – just big enough to accommodate a long-spring Reverb tank – and boast all the same great performance that the Mini Rec is famous for and more.
The lush tube-driven Reverb widens the sound and sweetens the attack just a bit, increasing its versatility and appeal for players who favor lower to medium gain in their style. But don't fret...for those into heavier tones, the trademark Recto sounds are all here and completely authentic.Learn More
It's so weird: I was listening to early Rolling Stones yesterday and marveling at the 12-string guitar used on so many of their records. I came to work today, lo and behold the greatest 12-string guitar I've ever heard came in. We have a rare find, a McPherson MG-4.0 XP12. It was built as a custom order for a customer, and born on 3-19-2013. This beautiful guitar has Central American Cocobolo back and sides with a Bearclaw Sitka Spruce top. The cantilever neck is made from African Mahogany. It's been upgraded above the standard model with Cocobolo fingerboard, ebony diamond fretboard inlays, ebony neck, and body binding with multiply bindings. This guitar's sound, impeccable craftsmanship, and highest of quality woods showcase McPherson's perfection of build quality. In near-perfect condition. All original, with no repairs or modifications. The frets are in perfect condition and show no wear. The action up and down the neck is perfect. Very easy to play, with very low and comfortable action, and without any buzz. BIG tone, punchy, and powerful, yet totally balanced over the entire neck with fantastic sustain. It's got it all. Come in and play "As Tears Go By" on it. You will weep with joy, I promise you. Comes with a heavy-duty Ameritage hard case. The LR Baggs Element Active pickup system completes this fine instrument.
This guitar would currently sell for $16,500. Grab it now for a fraction of that cost!
Any more questions? We're here to help! Call us: 1-901-729-2466Learn More
Have you ever spent time with a wonderful McPherson Guitar? If not, this is your chance, and we promise you will not be disappointed! Here's a model 3.0 XP, featuring some spectacular woods and incredible build quality. Mint condition. No scratches, dents, dings, modifications, or repairs. The frets look perfect and unplayed. Not only is this an incredible sounding instrument, but it also plays great, looks gorgeous, and has a feel that you simply have to experience. Born 12-13-2012. It features highly figured sapelle back and sides: sonically a lot like mahogany. By the way, "highly figured" is an understatement! You can get lost in the 3-D look of this wood. Waterfalls! And the top is a beautiful example of the "holy grail" of top woods: Adirondack Spruce. A lot of headroom. The harder you play, the louder it can get. The body tapers to 3.0 inch depth at the lower bout. This probably helps to explain the obvious presence and richness of the bass without it being overwhelming. The action up and down the neck is perfect: low and comfortable without any buzz. BIG tone here. Punchy and powerful, yet totally balanced over the entire neck, with fantastic sustain. The L.R. Baggs pickup and the soundhole-mounted volume control just top off this instrument and its appointments. Can you tell that I am crazy about this guitar?
This guitar would currently sell for $14,700. Grab it now for a fraction of that cost!
Any more questions? We're here to help! Call us: 1-901-729-2466Learn More