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  1. Eastman MD515 F-Style Mandolin - Classic Sunburst #2536
    $999.00

    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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  2. USED 2003 Gibson Custom Shop Southern Jumbo SJ Brazilian signed by Craig Morgan
    $6,500.00

    Here is a 2003 Gibson SJ Custom Shop made with the Holy Grail of tone woods, Brazilian Rosewood. The Southern Jumbo is a workhouse of a guitar beloved by many famous artists...Woodie Guthrie and Hank Williams Jr were both known for loving the model.  The Southern Jumbo was born in 1942 with solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides, but the model is more commonly found with the solid mahogany back and sides it carried when it reappeared in 1946. This Brazilian incarnation has been crafted in Bozeman, Montana by Gibson’s lauded acoustic division. Other features of the model include the solid premium Sitka spruce top, 6-ply top binding and 4-ply back binding, nitrocellulose vintage sunburst finish, tortoise Southern Jumbo pickguard, and split-parallelogram mother-of-pearl fingerboard position markers. The Brazilian Rosewood is gorgeous. It has a great feeling neck with a nice medium profile. There is no wear, it is perfect. It is a serious guitar and a great sounding guitar. Okay, as we like to say in the business, now for the kicker: It is signed on the front by country artist, Craig Morgan, how cool is that? This guitar retailed for $12,500 back in 2003. Grab it now for a fraction of that price. Comes with original paperwork and hard shell case.

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  3. USED 1982 Gibson ES-347 TD Cherry Sunburst
    $2,795.00

    I like cool and rare guitars, what guitarist doesn't? It sort of separates one from the herd, which is a good thing unless you're a gazelle, then it's not so good. We have a really cool and rare one for you, a 1982 Gibson ES-347. These were only made for a short period of time and they were designed for maximum sustain. It has it too, it will sustain forever. It has some of the best features Gibson offered on a semi-hollowbody, including a coil tap, block markers on an ebony fretboard, a brass nut, fancier bound headstock, and although traditionalists like ABR Tune-O-Matic bridges, the TP6 on this guitar functions better with fine tuners and faster string changes. The majority of ES-34's you'll find will be either natural or tobacco sunburst. This has the more difficult to find cherry sunburst finish. It does show some minor cosmetic wear and is in overall great shape for a 37 year old guitar. It has been professionally refretted and plays like a dream with low action and no buzz. Also, the back of the neck was oversprayed. This is a fine sounding and playing guitar and it lives up to its promise of sustain. Comes with original hard case.

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  4. PAUL REED SMITH SILVER SKY JOHN MAYER SIGNATURE - Golden Mesa #9639
    $2,299.00

      "It's been a dream of mine for years to design a guitar that includes some of my favorite vintage specifications but with a modern spirit and aesthetic. After two years of study and refinement, the Silver Sky is my vision of what a reboot of the electric guitar should look and feel like." – John Mayer
      The PRS Silver Sky is the result of a close collaboration between Grammy Award-winning musician John Mayer and Paul Reed Smith. More than two and half years in the making, the Silver Sky is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once familiar but also newly PRS through and through. This model was based off of Mayer and Smith’s favorite elements from 1963 and 1964 vintage instruments, resulting in an idealized version of a vintage single-coil guitar. The attention that was paid to every detail sets this guitar apart.
      Some of the more distinctive specifications include, the headstock shape, tuners, neck and fretboard, bridge, and pickups and electronics. The headstock shape is based on PRS’s trademark design, but inverted to both accommodate Mayer’s playing style and also to keep a consistent length of string behind the nut, which makes staying in tune easier. The tuners are a traditional vintage-style, closed-back tuner, but with PRS’s locking design. The neck shape was modeled after 1963/1964 vintage instruments, and the fretboard has a 7.25” radius. The moment your hand grabs this neck, it just feels right. Like the tuners, the steel tremolo takes a classic design and incorporates PRS’s trem arm and Gen III knife-edge screws. The bridge on the Silver Sky is setup flush to the body in the neutral position so that the tremolo bridge only goes down in pitch. By keeping the bridge in contact with the body, the guitar itself is acoustically louder, which improves the signal to noise ratio of the single-coil pickups. The 635JM single-coil pickups are very round and full, with a musical high end that is never “ice-picky” or brash.
      Other high-quality specifications include a bone nut, a molded metal jack plate that is curved and makes plugging and unplugging a guitar cable hassle-free, retooled knobs, fretwire that is slightly smaller than what you’d find on most PRS electric guitars, and PRS’s double action truss rod (accessible from the front of the headstock for ease of use).

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  5. PAUL REED SMITH SILVER SKY JOHN MAYER SIGNATURE - Golden Mesa #9664
    $2,299.00

      "It's been a dream of mine for years to design a guitar that includes some of my favorite vintage specifications but with a modern spirit and aesthetic. After two years of study and refinement, the Silver Sky is my vision of what a reboot of the electric guitar should look and feel like." – John Mayer
      The PRS Silver Sky is the result of a close collaboration between Grammy Award-winning musician John Mayer and Paul Reed Smith. More than two and half years in the making, the Silver Sky is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once familiar but also newly PRS through and through. This model was based off of Mayer and Smith’s favorite elements from 1963 and 1964 vintage instruments, resulting in an idealized version of a vintage single-coil guitar. The attention that was paid to every detail sets this guitar apart.
      Some of the more distinctive specifications include, the headstock shape, tuners, neck and fretboard, bridge, and pickups and electronics. The headstock shape is based on PRS’s trademark design, but inverted to both accommodate Mayer’s playing style and also to keep a consistent length of string behind the nut, which makes staying in tune easier. The tuners are a traditional vintage-style, closed-back tuner, but with PRS’s locking design. The neck shape was modeled after 1963/1964 vintage instruments, and the fretboard has a 7.25” radius. The moment your hand grabs this neck, it just feels right. Like the tuners, the steel tremolo takes a classic design and incorporates PRS’s trem arm and Gen III knife-edge screws. The bridge on the Silver Sky is setup flush to the body in the neutral position so that the tremolo bridge only goes down in pitch. By keeping the bridge in contact with the body, the guitar itself is acoustically louder, which improves the signal to noise ratio of the single-coil pickups. The 635JM single-coil pickups are very round and full, with a musical high end that is never “ice-picky” or brash.
      Other high-quality specifications include a bone nut, a molded metal jack plate that is curved and makes plugging and unplugging a guitar cable hassle-free, retooled knobs, fretwire that is slightly smaller than what you’d find on most PRS electric guitars, and PRS’s double action truss rod (accessible from the front of the headstock for ease of use).

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  6. USED Fender 2006 Stratocaster 60th Anniversary Diamond Limited Edition #2120
    $1,095.00

    I wonder if Leo Fender knew when he saw the first Fender Stratocaster roll off the production line that he had invented an iconic guitar? An instrument that would help define popular music and popular culture for decades, and over 60 years later is still going strong. Probably not. I bet he thought, "Well, I hope somebody buys it." We are a long way down the road from the inception of the Fender Stratocaster, and I promise you people will continue playing them for years to come. Today we have a very cool, 2006 Fender Stratocaster 60th Anniversary Standard made in the USA. Fender made this guitar to commemorate the company's founding 1946-2006. This guitar is collector's grade, near perfect condition. It still has the plastic coating on the pickguard. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. It plays and sounds great. The maple neck has an Indian rosewood fingerboard with a comfortable C profile. The sunburst finish is beautiful. Comes with a special 60th Anniversary case with grey tolex and red, plush interior. The case shows some very slight cosmetic wear. Does not come with the strap, but has the original hangtag, cable, and other case candy.

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  7. Paul Reed Smith S2 Singlecut Standard - Vintage Cherry Smoke Burst #8352
    $1,349.00

      Featuring a Pattern Regualr neck profile.
      The S2 Singlecut Standard’s warm, woody tone and focused midrange make this guitar a solid choice for players of all styles and set ups. The solid-mahogany body and clear pickups combine to give this guitar a strong fundamental platform that can easily find its place in the mix. The classic control layout features volume and push/pull tone controls for each pickup, so players can access authentic singlecoil sounds in addition to strong, punchy humbucker tones. The set mahogany neck (paired with a rosewood fretboard) provides remarkable resonance for a fuller tone. All of this paired with PRS low mass locking tuners and PRS adjustable stoptail bridge, nut, and strings, makes the S2 Singlecut Standard an exceptionally versatile guitar with vintage vibe and modern reliability. Whether playing lead or rhythm, live or in the studio, the S2 Singlecut Standard is a reliable tool with extreme versatility and effortless playability.

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  8. Paul Reed Smith McCarty 594 - 10-Top - Turquoise  #0224
    $4,300.00

      Featurning a 10-Top, and Pattern Vintage neck profile.
      The McCarty 594 is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once incredibly familiar and effortlessly playable. Whether you are looking for rich, authentic, vintage humbucking tones or nuanced, sweet single-coil sounds, the McCarty 594 can seamlessly master both sonic territories thanks to the 58/15 LT pickups and push/pull coil taps on the tone controls. The electronics layout, a few key specifications, and PRS craftsmanship combine in the McCarty 594 to create an instrument that plays in tune, is intonated the entire length of the neck, and feels like a guitar that you’ve been playing forever.
      "The 594 is the best new guitar I've played in years. It has a vintage heart and soul but without the technical limitations that usually come along with an old instrument. What good is an old guitar if you can't get all that feel out of the upper frets, or the intonation is off? To hear that old PAF sound but be able to articulate the notes in a way that only modern manufacturing could allow is so exciting." – John Mayer

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  9. Paul Reed Smith Tremonti - Charcoal Cherry #7362
    $3,600.00

      Mark Tremonti is one of rock’s leading guitarists. As the guitarist of Alter Bridge and Creed, he has met extraordinary success and continues to grow as both a guitar player and songwriter. While Creed was on tour in support of their first record, My Own Prison, Mark was contacted by PRS and asked if he would like to try one of their guitars.
      "I jumped at the idea to play one of PRS’ guitars. PRS was one of those guitars that I could never afford in high school or college and had always wanted to play one." PRS sent Mark a McCarty model which he instantly fell in love with. He played that guitar exclusively for a while, but ultimately wanted a guitar that was more suited to his playing style.
      Mark Tremonti began to collaborate with PRS on his dream guitar that would soon become the Mark Tremonti Signature Model. He needed pickups that were a little more aggressive and could complement his rhythm playing which contains a lot of palm muting. The neck of the guitar needed to accommodate his style, influenced by thrash metal, shred, and traditional blues. PRS met these needs with the Pattern Thin neck carve.

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  10. Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - Fire Red Smokeburst #6565
    $3,600.00

    Featuring a Pattern Regular neck profile.
    The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar. This iconic instrument was the first model that Paul Reed Smith brought to the public at PRS Guitars’ first Winter NAMM show in 1985 and has been a top seller ever since. Played by internationally touring artists, gigging musicians, and aspiring players, the Custom 24 features PRS’s patented Gen III tremolo system and PRS 85/15 pickups with volume and tone controls and a 5-way blade switch. 85/15 pickups were personally designed by Paul Reed Smith to offer remarkable clarity and extended high and low end. The Custom 24 is the original PRS. Since its introduction, it has offered a unique tonal option for serious players and defined PRS tone and playability.

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  11. Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 - Charcoal Blue Burst - 10-Top #9268
    $4,200.00

      Featuring a 10-Top, and a Pattern Thin neck profile.
      The Custom 24 is the quintessential PRS guitar. This iconic instrument was the first model that Paul Reed Smith brought to the public at PRS Guitars’ first Winter NAMM show in 1985 and has been a top seller ever since. Played by internationally touring artists, gigging musicians, and aspiring players, the Custom 24 features PRS’s patented Gen III tremolo system and PRS 85/15 pickups with volume and tone controls and a 5-way blade switch. 85/15 pickups were personally designed by Paul Reed Smith to offer remarkable clarity and extended high and low end. The Custom 24 is the original PRS. Since its introduction, it has offered a unique tonal option for serious players and defined PRS tone and playability.

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  12. Vintage 1986 PRS Custom 24 Royal Blue
    $6,995.00

    For the PRS collectors – aside from a 1985 Custom 24, this is one of the most desirable Paul Reed Smith guitar models out there. A 1986 Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 with a very low serial number, 6 0662. Yes, that's the 662nd guitar from the PRS production. Royal Blue finish with a highly figured flamed maple top. The Royal Blue finish has faded very nicely and looks so cool! Book matched flamed maple top on a one-piece mahogany body. Mahogany neck with a perfectly straight grained Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard that has a beautiful dark chocolate color. This guitar was refretted eleven years ago by the PRS legend John "Orkie" Ingram, possibly the most qualified PRS tech out there, and has remained in its case ever since. The set up is just as perfect now as it was over 10 years ago, which is a true testament to how well these guitars are built. There's a "Star" inside the neck pickup cavity signifying Mike Deely did the final assembly. It does show some minor bumps and bruises and buckle rash from its over 30 years of life. No major issues at all. Comes with the original case that has a cosmetically rough exterior. The handle has come off and is included inside the neck pocket.

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