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A full-size 16” thinline in Eastman's new Antique Varnish. Deluxe Laminate Top, Deluxe Laminate back and sides with plenty of tone and attitude!
Neck Material: MapleLearn More
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-3/4"
Fretwire: 22-Jescar FW47104-P
Scale Length: 24-3/4"
Body Dimensions: 16" X 1-3/4"
Body Top: Figured Maple Laminate
Body Back/Sides: Figured Maple Laminate
F-Hole Binding Material: Ivoroid
Cutaway: Yes, Double
Head Cap Veneer Material: Ebony
Truss Rod: Single Acting
Binding Material: Ivoroid
Logo Material: Pearl
Inlay: Pearl Parallelogram Inlay
Inlay Material: Pearl
Side Dot Color: Black
Hardware Color: Nickel
Tailpiece: Relic Chrome Plated Bras Trapeze
Tailpiece Material: Steel
Bridge: Tunomatic Style
Tuners: Plastic tulip button Klusons- aged Gotoh
Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Dog Ear P-90
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Dog Ear P-90
Knobs: Gold Tophats with silver top
Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-way Switch
Truss Rod Cover: Ebony
Strings: D'Addario 10-46 #NYXL1046
Case: Hardshell Case
With brilliant acoustics and a vast array of tones, the Hollowbody II has been a constant favorite in PRS's dynamic lineup of semi-hollow instruments. The combination of the maple top and back with mahogany sides provides tonal clarity and extraordinary resonance.
Top Wood: Carved Figured MapleLearn More
Middle Wood: Mahogany
Back Wood: Carved Figured Maple
Body Contruction: Fully-Hollow w/ Double F-Holes
Number of Frets: 22
Scale Length: 25"
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Shape: Pattern
Neck Construction: Solid
Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
Fretboard Inlay: Birds
Bridge: PRS Adjustable Stoptail
Tuners: Phase III Locking
Hardware Type: Nickel
Treble Pickup: 58/15 LT
Bass Pickup: 58/15 LT
Controls: Volume/Tone/3-Way Toggle
Strings: 11's with Wound G
Case: PRS Hardshell
Regular Price: $2,478.00
Special Price $1,239.00
The Taylor 356ce-L Sapele/Spruce Grand Symphony 12-String Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar shares the richness of the 300 Series solid-wood acoustic experience. Sapele has mahoganys lively tonal response and, together with a gloss-finish Sitka spruce top, rings out with a brightness and clarity that give these guitars a definitive Taylor voice. Black binding flanks sapeles ribbon-like grain, with large pearl fretboard dots adding a traditional touch.Learn More
You know vintage guys can be kind of snobby about guitars. I'm guilty of that. I used to say things like, "I won't play anything made after 1965". Kind of silly really, but that's how it was. Collings changed that for me. I was forced to admit their guitars stood up against old Martin and prewar Gibsons, and in some ways even exceeded them. Here we have a 2002 Collings D-2H. This is a Martin D-28 style with Indian Rosewood back and sides, Herringbone trim, Grover tuners and Sitka spruce top. It shows light wear, nothing major at all. This guitar was played but well taken care of. The frets are in near perfect condition. The action is great with plenty of room on the saddle to come down. An LR Baggs Anthem pickup has been installed (a $300 upgrade). It is loud and toneful. A guitar for a lifetime. Comes with original hard case.Learn More
I love the movie "High Anxiety". There are some great lines as the Bellman takes the acrophobic Psychiatrist to the top floor, saying "We are going to the top floor, all the way up, you can't get any higher, we're pretty high." That amuses me. We have the top of the line rosewood Taylor, a 914 CE. The only way to go higher in the standard Taylor production is to get a Presentation series model. The 900 series is top of the line for Taylor Indian Rosewood models. Our Taylor 914 CE is from 2016, and it is super nice. This is a near-mint example out of a collectors stash. The only blemish we can see is an impression in the top near the edge of the waist on the treble side. This guitar has beautiful Indian Rosewood with Taylor's V-Class bracing, a beveled armrest, ebony binding, Gotoh 510 tuners, and label signed by the designer. It is a wonderful guitar, plays great, sounds great, and looks great. It is perfect and a joy to play. Comes with original hard case.Learn More
Here's a 2016 PRS CE24 in a custom color - Charcoal Metallic with Black neck. It's in amazing condition. Near mint. It has scarcely been played, but should be because it plays amazingly. The 85/15 pickups are tone machines that can play any type of music from jazz, blues, classic rock, all the way to metal. With the push/pull you can get a nice Fender style single coil tone out of the neck or bridge pickups. Another great feature that benefits the tone is the brass contact points where the strings go around on the locking tuners. Paul Reed Smith himself has stated that it leads to better tone and sustain. With 24 frets the CE24 has endless capabilities and is a great addition to any guitar collection! Comes with original papers and gig bag.Learn More
What's not to like about a guitar with class? You know, one that would look just as good with a tuxedo as it would with jeans. Here we have a 1996 Gibson Artist Award. It is an instrument of great beauty, and as we've already mentioned, class. It is in exceptionally fine condition, showing almost no wear. The only real wear I can see is on the edge of the gold plated pickup, and a slight bit of hazing on the gold tailpiece. The frets are perfect, everything is perfect. It plays and sounds great. It's a great Jazz guitar, but more than that it is a great guitar period. The Artist Award has a 17 inch wide body with a solid spruce archtop and gorgeous flamed solid maple back and sides. Floating humbucker. Grover Imperial tuners and that classy Guild headstock. The gold plated hardware really sets things off. Johnny Smith played a Guild archtop in his early days. George Benson played them too. The original case is in beautiful condition. I would put this up against any Gibson or any other high archtop, and here's the cool part; it's priced oh so reasonably.Learn More
The S2 Custom 24 takes the original PRS guitar, the Custom 24, and re-imagines it with stripped-down features and a new aesthetic. Retaining the classic maple top/mahogany back combination with our classic body shape and a asymmetrical beveled top, this guitar is resonant with a funky familiarity. Its versatility comes from its 85/15 "S" pickups, push / pull tone knob, and 3-way blade switch. Familiar for PRS players of old, and a fresh take for players of all types.Learn More
A stunning 2012 Bourgeois Jumbo OM Cutaway. This one features a German Spruce top and East Indian rosewood back and sides. Big, gorgeous tone. Plays like a dream. Spectacular cosmetic condition, showing only the slightest playing wear. Neck is straight and true. Frets show no wear whatsoever. Comes with original hardshell case. New retail for this guitar today would be $5315, with a street price of $4783. Grab this one for MUCH less.Learn More
This is my kind of guitar, a rock and roll animal. Here's a 1972 Gibson Les Paul Custom. It has had some mods: middle pickup added; a Badass bridge installed that entailed drilling new holes for the studs; and a Bigsby tailpiece was removed at some point. The pickups were changed to Seymour Duncan. Now here's the kicker, and it's a real kicker: Three, count them, 1 2 3 original Gibson Patent Number Decal pickups come with the guitar. How about that?! That's a thousand dollar value in itself. The tuners are Schallers. Bone nut. The pots date from 1972. The original sunburst finish is really cool. The frets are in excellent condition. There's the general amount of wear you'd expect from a 46 year old guitar. Overall the condition is very good. It plays and sounds great. It sounds great with the Seymour Duncan pickups, but you may prefer to put the original pickups back in it...your decision. It comes with the original hard case with purple lining. This is a great deal for a great guitar.Learn More
This is one amazing guitar. A Tausch 665 Deluxe in Amber Burst. It is a set-neck, semi-solid Telecaster style body with hand-picked, meticulously chosen woods. Tausch guitars give new meaning to hand-made. He makes about two guitars a month. The attention to detail is extraordinary. He uses Harry Haussel pickups that sound amazing. It has a strat style tremelo with a Pau Ferro wooden block instead of the metal traditionally used. The resonance is unreal. The semi-acoustic body made of Pearwood gives the 665 a truely unbelievabe loud and "alive" acoustic response. Sound just explodes from this thing. The flamed maple neck is "set in", with a neck joint that enables comfortable access up to the highest registers. The sunburst finish is similar to the one use by Gibson on Les Paul models in the late 50's. It is lightweight, and an absolute joy to play. It is one of the best new guitars I've ever played: an inspiring instrument, that will make you happy for a lifetime.Learn More
Regular Price: $1,399.00
Special Price $1,119.00
Neck Material: MahoganyLearn More
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Neck Profile: Traditional Even "C"
Nut: Bone 1 13/16
Fretwire: 20 Jescar-FW43080
Scale Length: 24.9"
Body Dimensions: 14-3/8" x 4"
Bracings: Hand-Carved Scalloped X
Body Top: Solid Adirondack Spruce
Body Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Bridge/Saddle: Ebony/Bone, 2-5/32" Spacing
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Binding Material: Tortoise Shell
Logo: Pearl Headstock
Inlay: Pearl Dots
Bridge Pins: Ebony
Body Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose
Neck Finish: Satin Nitrocellulose
Hardware Color: Nickel
Pickguard: Tortoise Shell
Tuners: Open-Gear Ping V93N 3+3
Strings: D'Addario .012 -.053 EXP16
Action Height: 12th fret 3/32" bass side, 2/32" treble
Case: Hardshell Case