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  1. USED 2014 Martin M-36 Acoustic Guitar
    $2,095.00

    The M size guitar by Martin is one of their cooler innovations and has always been one of our favorite Martin models. It started in the 70's when repairman Matty Umanov in New York started converting Martin archtops to flat tops. Gruhn Guitars in Nashville started converting Martin archtops during that same time period. Those guitars were immediately picked up by fingerpickers. First, it's the perfect size..very comfortable in your lap. The extra width gave a little more bass than an OM or 000. It sounds as full as a dreadnought without being overbearing; with the crisp clarity that dreadnoughts lack. Perfect for finger-style and strumming. It's a tribute to Martin they would build this model: they obviously listened to players and gave them what they wanted. The M-36 we have was made in 2014. It is in excellent condition, showing very minor playing wear. The action is perfect, the neckset is perfect, and it sounds great. The only modification is the addition of a strap button at the neck heel. The body size can be best described as 0000, slightly larger than the 000 size. The back and sides are Indian Rosewood, the top is spruce. Comes with original hard case.

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  2. USED Gibson ES-335 Joe Bonamassa Signature Ltd Edition
    $3,500.00

    I'm proud to say that I've known Joe Bonamassa since he was a teenager. Met him while he was recording with his first band, Bloodline, in the early 90's here in Memphis, TN. I used to sell him and his father guitars. He's a very cool guy that loves guitars to the bottom of his heart. Joe knows guitars. He has an amazing collection of vintage guitars. Knowing that this guitar was patterned after his most prized ES-335 should give you confidence that this is an exceptional instrument. Indeed it is a wonderful guitar. Gibson hit the ball out of the park. The neck is just a tad thinner that the standard 1959 Gibson neck profile. It is in mint condition, showing no wear. Comes with original hardshell case, warranty paper, and certificate of authenticity. The neck is straight and true. Playability is awesome. It has had a $186 pro set up and fret dress by Joe Glaser in Nashville, TN so it's good to go for you right out of the box.

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  3. Taylor 714ce - Lutz Spruce/Indian Rosewood #7076
    $2,999.00

    The 714ce sports Taylor’s popular and versatile Grand Auditorium body style and incorporates a compelling alternate take on the classic rosewood/spruce pairing, featuring Lutz spruce rather than Sitka. Together with Taylor’s Performance bracing and tone-enhancing protein glues, players can expect a bold and dynamic voice that balances rosewood’s natural overtone sparkle with a strong fundamental focus, giving this and other 700 Series guitars a rootsy musical personality with expansive musical range. That musical character is matched by an aesthetic that’s grounded in Americana style and refined with Taylor’s precision-crafted details. Rosewood’s mocha complexion is complemented with wood-rich trim, featuring Hawaiian koa binding, a herringbone-style rosette of Douglas fir with maple/black accents, bias-cut Douglas fir top trim, and a “weathered brown” pickguard design with a pattern reminiscent of leather. Modern playing amenities include a Venetian cutaway and Taylor’s stage-ready ES2 pickup and preamp.

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  4. Paul Reed Smith SE Custom 24 7-String #0837
    $499.00

    For players looking to cover new ground, the SE Custom 24 7-String offers the feel and tones you’ll need. The addition of a low-B string will help you explore new sonic territory whether you’re playing rock, jazz, or metal.
    The SE Custom 24 7-String, PRS Guitars first 7-string production instrument, takes familiar PRS aesthetics and playability to new sonic territory. Using the Custom 24 as a platform, this guitar adds a low-B string to offer increased versatility to the player who wants more tonal range. Whether you’re playing rock, jazz, or metal, this guitar provides extended low-end growl, increased chordal variance, and a greater ability to embellish standard chords.
    The SE 7-String features a beveled maple top with flame maple veneer and mahogany back, a 24-fret, 25” scale length maple neck with rosewood fretboard and bird inlays. The electronics package pairs SE HFS and SE Vintage Bass pickups with a volume, push/pull tone, and 3-way blade switch. The SE HFS and SE Vintage pickups were designed to mirror the Maryland-made pickups of the same name (used on the Custom since 1991). Originally meaning Hot, Fat, and Screams, the HFS was the evolution of the original Standard treble pickup. The HFS is a powerful pickup with a balance of aggression, clear highs, strong mid-range, and strong bass. Likewise, the Vintage bass is the evolution of the original Standard bass pickup and has a warm high-mid sound that is excellent for many musical styles.

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  5. Paul Reed Smith SE 245 - Platinum #5826
    $499.00

    The SE 245 is the answer for players who grew up using short scale, single-cutaway guitars. The 24.5” scale length, Wide Fat neck is instantly comfortable, and the SE 245 treble and bass humbuckers with dual volume and dual tone controls give the SE 245 a classic voice that is eminently recordable and gig ready. Bird inlays and the new logo design come standard. The SE 245 will cover all the tones you need in style.

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  6. Paul Reed Smith SE 245 - Platinum #3898
    $499.00

    The SE 245 is the answer for players who grew up using short scale, single-cutaway guitars. The 24.5” scale length, Wide Fat neck is instantly comfortable, and the SE 245 treble and bass humbuckers with dual volume and dual tone controls give the SE 245 a classic voice that is eminently recordable and gig ready. Bird inlays and the new logo design come standard. The SE 245 will cover all the tones you need in style.

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  7. Taylor 714ce Roadshow LTD Koa/Torrefied Spruce
    $3,495.00

    Until now, torrefied spruce tops have been reserved for Taylor's maple 600 series, so this limited edition 714ce Koa/torrefied Sitka spruce beauty serves up a unique treat in both look and sound.

    Now, all of you Taylor aficionados may think you know all about this guitar, but you folks need to rethink the norm! So...where shall I begin? Let's start with the front view of this instrument. Yes, it is sitka spruce. But, torrefied sitka spruce. So, you top-off the aged look of the torrefied top with a very tasteful Western shaded sunburst. Now this is something special. The ebony fretboard does indeed have some of the variegation unique to each of these 714ce Ltd guitars. This unique look to each fretboard comes as a result of Taylor's ecologically sound decision to use "imperfect" ebony for fretboards. I feel that this uniqueness to each fretboard is one of the attractions. The nice colorful paua rosette and the pearl Century fretboard inlays, along with the abalone dotted ebony bridge pins all leave you with a first impression that you can't forget. But that is just the top! This Grand Auditorium cutaway guitar has a back and sides of gorgeous Hawaiian koa, normally reserved for Taylor's legendary Koa Series. Big, wide grain, colorful and straight. Upon closer inspection, you'll notice that the back is of three pieces. Koa has a natural sounding midrange and singing bright trebles. When you couple those qualities with the played-in vibe from the torrefied spruce-soundboard, you end up with a smooth, warm and responsive sound and feel. Taylor is making a very limited run of these guitars that will only be available for their Roadshow presentations. At our very recent Roadshow event, this guitar was THE standout over all of the guitars brought in for the show, and there was indeed plenty of competition! Nice hardshell case, the latest ES2 electronics. There is certainly a lot to love about this fine instrument!

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  8. Bourgeois Slope D  "The Standard" - Aged Tone Adirondack/Mahogany #7702
    $4,670.00 Click for price

     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!

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  9. Froggy Bottom M Standard Mahogany/Adirondack Spruce
    $6,500.00

    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.

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  10. Suhr Alt T Pro - Sonic Blue #4E6R
    $2,525.00

    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.

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  11. Used Fodera Imperial Matt Garrison 5 Elite - Poplar Burl/Walnut #2784
    $8,750.00

    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!

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  12. G&L ASAT Bass - Red Metal Flake w/ Matching Neck/Headstock #9374
    $4,003.00 Click for price

    Leo Fender spent his life creating incredible, world famous inventions that we all love. At G&L Guitars, Leo refined his classic designs, further improving them, year after year. The ASAT Bass is great representation of what Leo achieved! You are looking a G&L bass that is, without a doubt, the coolest one we've ever seen. It's also one of the rarest and most unique. This bass has some options never before done by G&L on one of their basses. While they've offered metal flake finishes for bodies, they have not done metal flake on the entire neck, back, and headstock. That combined with neck and double body binding looks amazing. This is also the first bass neck to be built with vintage frets, a cool option that gives it a vintage 60's P-Bass feel.

    Overall, this is a very special bass, one that any player will find thrilling. It has it all: handmade quality, and innovative and refined design in hardware and electronics. It is comfortable, easy to play, loaded with sound possibilities, and looks awesome. It's completely modern yet oozes vintage history and tradition. You can't help but love it!

    The foundation of the ASAT Bass is a pair of G&L Magnetic Field Design humbuckers backed by the flexible Tri-Tone control system, providing the sort of versatility that’ll let you find your tone no matter what kind of bass line you’re laying down. The Tri-Tone system features a trio of mini toggles for pickup selection, series/parallel signal routing and active/passive operation, as well as a trio of knobs for volume, treble and bass. With all that under the hood, Leo gave the ASAT Bass the kind of chops that’ll fit in any situation, from classic R&B to power-packed rock to poppin’ funk. What’s more, the ASAT Bass features an innovative Leo Fender-designed Saddle-Lock bridge to transfer string energy right into the body end-grain for an incredibly resonant instrument. On the other end is a comfortable, C-shaped neck checking in with a comfortable 12" radius and 21 Jescar 57110 medium-jumbo nickel-silver frets ready to deliver silky playability.

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