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Regular Price: $4,625.00
Special Price $4,163.00
Top: Torrified Sitka SpruceLearn More
Back & Sides: Honduran mahogany
Neck: Honduran mahogany
Body Binding: Tortoise with b/w/b/w top purfling
Bridge: Ebony belly-style with 2 3/16" spacing
Fingerboard: Ebony with MOP short dots
Bridge Pins/End Pin: Ebony with MOP dot
Nut Width: 1 3/4"
Saddle: Bone, drop-in
Neck Profile: Modified V
Peghead Profile: Tapered square
Neck Joint: Mortise & tenon hybrid
Truss Rod: Fully adjustable
Frets: Medium 18% nickel-silver
Peghead Veneer: Ebony with MOP Collings logo
Tuners: Nickel Waverly (16:1 ratio)
Backstrip: 1-style (Walnut)
Rosette: b/w Purfling
Scale Length: 25 1/2"
Brace Material: Adirondack Spruce
Brace Pattern: Pre-war scalloped X-brace
Fingerboard Radius: 14" - 26" compound
Body Finish: High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer
Neck Finish: High gloss polyester resin
Strings: D'Addario EJ-16 (.012"- .053")
Case: Collings Traditional Handcrafted Case
Serial Number: 27820
James Taylor, that's a pretty iconic name. I had a girlfriend that was in love with him around 1970. Needless to say, I wasn't too fond of the boy. The girlfriend is now my wife. She still likes him, and I have since grown to like him myself. What can I say, I was a jealous fool. Here we have an Olson James Taylor made in 2002. This guitar is an extremely rare and extremely fine instrument. It's hard to know where to begin. First of all, it's the 4th built out a limited edition of 80. Olson has sold them all, there won't be anymore. It is signed by James Taylor and the builder, James Olson. This is the pinnacle of a great builder's art. It sounds so good, plays so flawlessly, and is an absolute gem on an instrument. I see this guitar as a prime collectible: one that can only appreciate in value with the passage of time. In the meantime, you get to enjoy and play one of the finest acoustic guitars on the planet. This is a used instrument, showing very light wear. Overall, the condition is excellent. The frets are perfect, and it plays like a dream. Folks, this is one fine guitar.
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The Martin 000-28 is one of the finest guitars Martin ever came up with. It's got a balanced tone that's perfect for fingerpicking but with enough volume and bass response to keep up with a dreadnought. It's also an extremely comfortable body size that fits perfectly in your lap. Here we have a 2010 Martin 000-28 made in the USA. All solid wood with Indian Rosewood back and side, Sitka Spruce top, mahogany neck, and ebony fingerboard and bridge. It's a great sounding guitar, showing minimal cosmetic wear. There are no issues. The neckset is perfect, the frets are in near perfect condition, the neck is straight and true, action is low, without buzzing. 1-11/16" nut width. There's some a few very minor dings and scratches, overall the condition is excellent. It's a fine guitar, ready to gig and be enjoyed. Comes with original hard case.Learn More
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This Doheny has been upgraded with Tortoise Shell Pickguard and Vintage Satin Tint neck finish.
Inspired by the classic surf sound born in Southern California, the new G&L Doheny takes its name from the iconic beach in the heart of Orange County where 60's surf pioneers became legends. Since those halcyon days, both music and surfing have evolved far beyond their roots, and so has the performance of the gear.Learn More
Doheny takes the bolt-on offset-body into new sonic territory with newly developed Magnetic Field Design jazz pickups, the first on any production G&L. Naturally, these new pickups will invite comparison to Leo’s jumbo MFD ASAT Special pickups, given they employ a narrow bobbin aperture and broad coil splay. But Doheny's MFD pickups are more about jangle than twang, just as they should be for a guitar like this. With a classic jazz bobbin aperture wrapped with traditional Formvar wire, these pickups just might be the approach Leo would have taken had he been with us a few years longer.
So what’s it like? The sound is rich in harmonics yet surprisingly full, the result of carefully researching and applying Leo's creative work across the decades. The Doheny pickups deliver the experience fans have hoped for, with their flexibility maximized by the PTB tone system that allows echoes of yesteryear while delivering more output and range for today’s music. Add in Leo's finest vibrato for enhanced tuning stability and improved sustain, and the results are astounding.
If you like dead spots on a bass, then sadly, this is not the bass for you. This bass has no dead spots, and never will. Sustains for days and plays like a dream. We are offering a 2001 Modulus VJ4 four-string bass. This is a monster, pure and simple. It has Bartolini pickups, a Fender Jazz Bass style body, Jazz bass style wiring. It sounds great...really, that's no hype. If you're a stickler for intonation and tuning, you will be so happy. It's in great condition. The frets have no indentations and show only the very slightest hints of wear. The body is in great condition showing minor surface wear. The sunburst finish is gorgeous. This a serious bass. Phil Lesh of the Dead played Modulus, as did their guitar player, Bob Weir. It's the bomb. Modulus is no longer in business - meaning to me, this bass has the potential to become collectible, and with any luck, go up in value. Comes with original, hard case.Learn More
The seventies were a great time for bass players. They started to come into their own around then: not just playing the bottom-end, but exploring tonal areas previously reserved for guitar players. Remember Chris Squire of Yes? He changed the world for bass players with his Rickenbacker 4001 and Rotosound strings (and of course, a pick). That sound defined an era. Here we have a 1974 Rickenbacker 4001 Bass in natural finish. This is a really cool Rick bass with fairly minimal wear. The frets are fine, everything works like it's supposed to. The bridge has been changed, but we have the original bridge that comes with. The previous owner was told the newer one would sound better, but he said he couldn't tell any difference. The original pickup cover and nut are also included inside the case. There is one area of wear by the input jack, but overall the condition is excellent. It has the original case which is in rough condition, missing some of tolex on the front.Learn More
Regular Price: $999.00
Special Price $749.00
The Premier DC is a powerful double-cutaway semi-hollow with standout tone. Driven by a pair of D'Angelico humbuckers, its bold mid-range and glassy high-end provide perfectly balanced output. And with cream binding, a maple top, and chrome hardware, the DC's aesthetic is remarkable. Equally suited across genres, the Premier DC's tones are as diverse as they are rich.Learn More
Mesa Boogie M6 Carbine bass head. USA made. In excellent condition. Has lived its entire life inside a rackcase and shows minor wear from being taken in and out of its case. In perfect working condition. Comes with power cable. Footswitch is not included...not a big deal as the footswitch only turns the EQ on and off and mutes the output. You'll always want this EQ turned on! This amp sounds amazing! I can't think of any gig that it couldn't do.Learn More
Regular Price: $4,195.00
Special Price $3,776.00
-Aged Tone (Torrefied) Sitka Spruce TopLearn More
-Mahogany Back & Sides
-Tortoise Body Binding
-Black/Maple Top Border Purfling
-Wood Ring Rosette
-Black Line Backstrip
-Ziricote Headstock Veneer
-14-Fret Ebony Fretboard
-Satin Neck Finish
-1 3/4" Nut Width
-Short Pattern Vintage Style Dot Inlay
-Black Fretboard Binding
-Traditional Ebony Bridge w/ 2 5/16 Spacing
-Ebony Bridge Pins
-Waverly Nickel Tuners
-Deluxe Hardshell Case
Regular Price: $1,692.00
Special Price $1,099.00
Takamine’s top-line Pro Series presents the new P1NC acoustic/electric, which delivers full and balanced tone from the unique Takamine NEX/grand auditorium style body with a comfortable Venetian cutaway, smooth playability and state-of-the-art onboard electronics. Great warmth, balance and harmonic richness resound from its “X”-braced solid cedar top and sapele back and sides. Other premium features include a mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays. The unique Takamine split bone saddle bridge provides faultless intonation and excellent acoustic coupling to the top.Learn More
The P1NC also features chrome die-cast machine heads for superb tuning stability, a gloss natural-finish top on satin back and sides, and the highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner.
This McCarty 594 feataures a 10-Top, Copperhead Burst finish, and an Ebony fingerboard and headstock veneer.
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 MayerLearn More
Regular Price: $2,050.00
Special Price $1,499.00
The JCM25/50 Silver Jubilee Series was produced in 1987 to celebrate 25 years of Marshall Amplification and 50 years of Jim Marshall being in the music business. Inspired by this acclaimed series the 20 Watt Mini Jubilee combo and ‘small box’ head combine classic Silver Jubilee preamp tone, features and styling in a lower power, "mini" design. This contemporary "mini" take on the Jubilee Series features: an ECC83 & EL34 valve-set, High/Low output switching, (20 Watt to 5 Watt), FX Loop and independent 4/8/16 Ohm speaker outputs. The 2525C combo is loaded with a single 12″ Celestion G12M-25 Greenback speaker. In keeping with classic Jubilee tone, Mini Jubilee features preamp circuitry taken from the 2555X which was launched in 2015 and made using the original diagrams. The amp also features classic silver vinyl and chrome plated panelling to complete the Jubilee look. The 2525 Mini Jubilee is expertly crafted and is designed, engineered and constructed to the highest possible standards at the Marshall factory in Bletchley, England.Learn More