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  1. USED Gretsch 2012 G6122-1958 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman
    $1,895.00

    How can you not love Chet Atkins? He was a great player, a great producer, and true lover of guitars, whose influence extends from the country music realm into rock and roll. This guitar, even after all these years, still bears his signature. Chet would indeed be very proud of this guitar. We have a Gretsch Country Gentleman G6122-1958 made in 2012 that is just about as nice as they get. It is preowned, but shows hardly any wear. Super clean and nice. The neck is straight and true. The frets shows no wear at all. Action is low and fast. The guitar has a beautiful maple back, sides and top with Walnut Stain. It has a Bigsby, two Filtertron pickups, and gold hardware. The fingerboard is Ebony with neo classical thumbprint markers. The guitar is set up with Grover Imperial tuners and a brass nut, all from the factory. The neck, which is I love, is smooth, fast, and feels great. Best of all, this is one fine sounding guitar. A great blues, country, Americana, or rock guitar, and if you are a Chet style player, you'll be in heaven. Comes with all the tags, paperwork, and original hard case.

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  2. James Tyler Studio Elite HD - Black & Blue Shmear Semi-Gloss #6242

    Regular Price: $6,050.00

    Special Price $5,142.00

    Model: Studio Elite HD
    Finish: Black & Blue Shmear Semi-Gloss
    Body: Alder
    Neck: Quartersawn Maple
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
    Shape: Thin '59 (.825"-.950")
    Radius: Compound 10"-12"
    Nut Width: 1 5/8"
    Tuners: Hipshot Locking
    Bridge: G2RV
    Controls: Volume, Midboost, Tone, 5-Way, Midboost Bypass
    Neck Pickup: JTS5500
    Middle Pickup: JTS5500
    Bridge Pickup: Supercharged Studebaker
    Case: Deluxe Hardshell
    Weight: 7 lbs 11 oz

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  3. Eastman MD315 - K&K pickup - F-style - Solid Spruce/Maple #2578
    $1,075.00 Click for price

    Upgraded with a fantastic K&K pickup.

    Individually hand-built using traditional materials & “Old World” craftsmanship with solid Spruce Top, solid Maple back & sides. Ebony fingerboard & adjustable ebony bridge. F-style body with F-holes for superb tone & projection.

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  4. Eastman MD315 F-style - Solid Spruce/Maple #6687
    $875.00 Click for price

    Individually hand-built using traditional materials & “Old World” craftsmanship with solid Spruce Top, solid Maple back & sides. Ebony fingerboard & adjustable ebony bridge. F-style body with F-holes for superb tone & projection.

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  5. James Tyler Studio Elite HD - Black Shmear Semi-Gloss #6240

    Regular Price: $5,850.00

    Special Price $4,972.00

    Model: Studio Elite HD
    Finish: Black Shmear Semi-Gloss
    Body: Mamywo
    Neck: Quartersawn Maple
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
    Shape: Standard'59 (.845"-.975")
    Radius: Compound 10"-12"
    Nut Width: 1 5/8"
    Tuners: Hipshot Locking
    Bridge: G2RV
    Controls: Volume, Midboost, Tone, 5-Way, Midboost Bypass
    Neck Pickup: JTS5500
    Middle Pickup: JTS5500
    Bridge Pickup: Super
    Case: Deluxe Hardshell
    Weight: 7 lbs 1 oz

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  6. Larrivee P-01 ISS Parlor "First In Space" Limited Edition Guitar
    $950.00

    Have you ever thought about being in space? I think about it all the time. Floating around the cosmos in your little orb, watching the universe do its cosmic dance, at one with space and time..............I mean, I don't think about it that much. I am after all, somewhat sane, but still I like imagine to myself in space. One drawback though, would be no guitar. That problem has now been solved. This guitar was designed to be played in space.  One just like is aboard the International Space Station, and has orbited the world over 70,000 times. This is one cool guitar: a Larrivee P-01 parlor guitar. Parlor sized, all solid wood construction, mahogany back and sides, Canadian Sitka spruce top, custom soundhole label, custom neck block stamp by Matthew Larrivee, certificate of authenticity, 24" scale length, 1-3/4" nut width. It plays fantastic and sounds great. Just super cool. This is a limited run and it is clean and nice. Perfect condition. I can't find any wear at all. Comes with a deluxe hard case and has the original certificate.

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  7. Bourgeois Large Soundhole OM - Adirondack Spruce/Indian Rosewood - 1 3/4" Nut #7584
    $4,360.00

    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.

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  8. James Tyler Studio Elite HD - Malibu Beach Shmear Semi-Gloss #6232

    Regular Price: $5,850.00

    Special Price $4,972.00

    Model: Studio Elite HD
    Finish: Malibu Beach Shmear Semi-Gloss
    Body: Mamywo
    Neck: Quartersawn Maple
    Fingerboard: Quartersawn Maple
    Shape: Standard'59 (.845"-.975")
    Radius: Compound 10"-12"
    Nut Width: 1 5/8"
    Tuners: Hipshot Locking
    Bridge: G2RV
    Controls: Volume, Midboost, Tone, 5-Way, Midboost Bypass
    Neck Pickup: JTS5500
    Middle Pickup: JTS5500
    Bridge Pickup: Super
    Case: Deluxe Hardshell
    Weight: 7 lbs 5 oz

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  9. USED Vintage 1950's Gibson Radio Tone Dobro 7 String SUPER RARE!
    $8,500.00

    I've been aware of this instrument since 1983 when I read an article in Guitar Player magazine by George Gruhn about a 7 string Dobro made by Gibson. I was quite intrigued, as I played Dobro a bit as well. It was a marvel to behold.  Now for a little history: CMI was a conglomerate that from 1944 until the mid fifties, owned Gibson and the National Guitar Company. There was a bit of an incestuous relationship between the two companies. It was not uncommon for National to use Gibson bodies, and then use their own necks, hardware, etc. I've seen Gibson J-45 bodies and ES-175 bodies with National parts. The point of this is that there was some intermingling of the two companies. After WWII, National stopped making resonator instruments. However, there was still a demand from traditional Dobro players. Even back then they were searching the pawn shops for used instruments. That brings us back to our Gibson Dobro. It exists, and we have it in our shop. It was possibly a prototype made by Gibson with a vintage National/Dobro resonator. National had a stash of those, and used them in the sixties on some models. So, this guitar was either made as a special order, or as an experimental model. I tend to think it was made for a customer because most prototypes I've seen are somewhat crude - this is not. It is a finished instrument. It is seven strings with four resonator screens. The body is a Gibson Southern Jumbo guitar body. It's bigger than any traditional style Dobro that I've seen. Bigger body, bigger sound; that's how it works. So as just a musical instrument, it's the best sounding Dobro I've ever heard.  It's the only one my friends. There is a rumor that two more were made, but it is unsubstantiated. This is about the rarest Gibson on the planet and that is including the elusive, never seen "MODERNE". I've never seen a Moderne in person, but I can look at this guitar anytime I want to. It's clean and nice, showing some light wear, but overall condition is excellent. It's really something. A piece of history - and it can be yours! Comes with vintage hard case.

    The Wild & Wonderful World of Gibson: The Mystery of the 7-String Resophonic

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  10. Vintage 1964 Fender Princeton
    $1,995.00

    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.

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  11. Blackstar ID:Core 100
    $349.99

    Brand new with full warranty. MSRP $457.99

    Utilising the revolutionary technologies of Blackstar’s award winning ID:Core range, the ID:Core 100 is the latest model in the family, bringing brand new features such as infinite looping and octave modulation in a high wattage and lightweight package perfect for the gigging guitarist.

    With deep editing functionality through the Blackstar INSIDER software and the option to create, upload and download other user’s patches through the community section the user has access to a truly limitless scape of tonal possibility. USB connectivity allows direct recording from amp to computer with ease and emulated output and mp3 line input provide even further recording functionality. With all the innovation, tone and features of their smaller counterparts including the Super Wide Stereo experience these amplifiers will take your sound to the next level.

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  12. Ernie Ball Music Man James Valentine - Trans Buttermilk #5425
    $2,099.00

    I've been away a few days. There is always something cool when I come back. I walked in the shop and went straight to this guitar - it's like it was calling my name. Of course I had been drunk for five days, which might account for some of that (I made that up. Don't mention it to Eric, he frowns on that sort of thing). Anyway, here we have an Ernie Ball Music Man James Valentine “Valentine” guitar that features a slab ash body, two Ernie Ball Music Man designed pickups (1-humbucker/1-single coil), with 3-way switch, coil tap, modern hardtail bridge with vintage bent steel saddles, 25.5-inch scale, oil and wax rubbed roasted maple neck with 10-inch radius maple fingerboard, 22 stainless steel frets, oversized 4-over-2 headstock, and compensated nut designed for superior tuning stability. Woo!

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