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  1. Taylor 914ce - Sitka Spruce/Indian Rosewood - Ebony Armrest #6080

    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.

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  2. Eastman AC-DR2 - Solid Sapele Top/Back/Sides #5627
    $650.00 Click for price

    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.

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  3. Eastman AC-DR1 - Solid Spruce/Sapele #5833
    $650.00 Click for price

    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.

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  4. Fano Standard JM6 - P90 - Olympic White #2001

    This curvaceous axe sounds as hot as it looks. The smooth, early ‘60s C-shaped Maple neck and Alder body are built for both speed and comfort, with an aged look that makes it feel not only familiar, but loved. Hot P-90 pickups give the Standard JM6 plenty of growl and attitude when the occasion demands it.

    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Inlays: Dots
    Neck Shape: Early 60’s C (.830-.920)
    Scale Length: 25.5″
    Nut: 1.65” Tusq XL
    Radius: 7.25″-9.5″
    Frets: 22 – Jescar 6105
    Hardware: Nickel
    Tuners: Fano Branded Vintage
    Bridge: Fano Branded TOM/Stoptail
    Pickups: P-90’s
    Controls: Volume, Tone, 3-Way Switch
    Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
    Distress Levels: Light
    Strings: Elixir Strings .010-.046
    Case: Levy’s Gig Bag

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  5. Melancon Pro Artist - Vintage Burst - Swamp Ash #1874
    $3,175.00 Click for price

    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. It’s like a ’57 Chevy with power steering and power brakes!

    Model: Pro Artist
    Finish: Vintage Burst
    Body: Swamp Ash
    Neck: Maple
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
    Neck Finish: Satin
    Neck Profile: Standard Neck Carve
    Nut Width: 1.650"
    Radius: 10"
    Frets: Stainless Steel Medium
    Bridge: Two-Post Vintage Trem
    Pickguard: 3-ply Parchment
    Hardware: Chrome
    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

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  6. Fodera Emperor Deluxe 5-String - Olive Top/Ash Body #390D
    $11,850.00 Click for price

    This is a spectacular Emperor Deluxe five string bass from our friends at Fodera Guitars. Beautiful Olive top, with Ash body, and Birdseye Maple fingerboard. Equipped with Seymour Duncan Dual Coil pickups and a 3 band active preamp. Fodera basses are among the best, most versatile basses ever made. Great for live performances and perfect for studio recording.

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  7. Ernie Ball Music Man 2007 Stingray 4 Dargie Delight Limited Edition MINT

    I'm listening to Chuck Berry as I type this. "Little Queenie"! I can't think of a better way to start the day. Hey, how about a guy that so loves Martinis that he designs a guitar as tribute to his favorite adult beverage? That's pretty rock and roll. Scott Ball, the son of Sterling Ball, (Owner of Ernie Ball) loves a good martini. His nickname is Dargie. So he says, "Dad, can I make a limited run of guitars with a Martini theme?" Dad says, (as any good father would) "Go ahead son." So now we have the Dargie Limited Edition with a custom Olive Green finish, and Martini glass inlays. The run was limited to 277 basses and guitars that were built in 2007. We have an Ernie Ball Stingray Bass with the Dargie Limited package.

    This bass is a case queen. It's been is a private collection since it was made. It was bought by a collector and never ever played. The protective plastic covering on the pickguard has never been taken off and still has the original strings on it, which sound great. It's dead mint. It's perfect. Super cool. Easily the coolest limited edition bass Ernie Ball has ever produced. So here's the deal, buy this bass, put some Chuck Berry on, sip on a Martini (shaken not stirred), and enter heaven. Comes with all tags and original case.

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  8. Waterloo WL-JK Jumbo King - Spruce/Indian Rosewood #1506

    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.

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  9. Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray - SLO Special - Chili Red #7315
    $2,498.00 Click for price

    SLO Special - featuring a thinner/slinkier 1 1/2" nut width.

    First introduced in 1976, the StingRay has been revered as one of the most iconic bass guitars in history. The StingRay was the first production four string bass to feature on-board active equalization. The flagship of the Music Man line, today's StingRay is the same as it was some forty years ago featuring a solid roadworthy construction, massive hardened steel bridge, elegant oval pickguard, 3+1 tuning key configuration, and the ever popular Music Man humbucker. All of which combined produce a look, feel and sound that are remarkably unmistakable.

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  10. Paul Reed Smith CE24 - Red/White/Blue Metal Flake #4036

    Every guitarist has that one special guitar that they wished they had. Every guitarist has a story about that killer guitar that got away. Here's that guitar. There is nothing cooler than a Red, White and Blue guitar. It doesn't matter what side of the political fence you are on.  From the radical stance of Wayne Kramer of the MC5 to the good, old boy antics of Buck Owens, a Red, White and Blue guitar makes a statement. It's rock and roll. This beautiful guitar, a one-off PRS CE 24, with a custom Red, White, and Blue metal flake finish top really makes.  It's gorgeous, really, a spectacular guitar.  It's got the vibe, the mojo and shows the world that are you, indeed, a proud American.  


    Since the dawn of rock and roll, the snap and response that comes from a bolt-on neck guitar has been an essential part of the mix. These attributes have, in turn, become essential to many players trying to tell their story through music. The CE 24 pairs PRS’s traditional body combination of the mahogany back and maple top with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fretboard. The neck sports a Pattern Thin carve and satin nitro finish for a natural, addictive feel. To further maximize the guitar’s inherent tone and clarity, the CE 24 features PRS 85/15 pickups, which Paul designed to have remarkable clarity as well as extended high and low end. The electronics consist of a volume and push/pull tone control with 3-way toggle switch for a total of six classic sounds.
    The original CE was introduced in 1988 and offered players PRS design and quality with the added snap and sparkle of traditional bolt-on guitars. Returning after nearly a decade of being out of the lineup, the CE 24 is back and better than ever.

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  11. Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5 - Chili Red #0868
    $1,899.00 Click for price

    Model: StingRay 5
    Body Wood: Select hardwood
    Body Finish: Natural - High gloss
    Bridge: Standard - Music Man chrome plated, hardened steel bridge plate with stainless steel saddles

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  12. Used Suhr Pro M4 RARE Charcoal Web Finish

    Suhr Pro M4
    Body Wood: Alder
    Neck Wood: Maple
    Neck Shape: Modern Elliptical (.800-.850)
    Radius: 10"-14" Compound Radius
    Nut Width: 1.650"
    Nut: Tusq
    Frets: Jumbo Stainless Steel
    Bridge: Gotoh 510
    Finish: Custom Paint – Charcoal Web
    Case: Custom Suhr Bag
    Strings: .010-.046

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