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  1. G&L Fullerton Standard ASAT Classic - Vintage White #9934
    $1,848.00 Click for price

    The Fullerton Standards feature a standardized, streamlined list of specs, and ship in a G&L gigbag. Stock features include: the PLEK setup process, alder body with thinner OLS body depth, 3-ply black pickguard, maple neck/fingerboard with clear satin finish, and G&L MFD pickups.
    The G&L ASAT Classic is Leo's final word on the traditional single-cutaway bolt-on axe. Framed in a classic boxed-steel bridge, the single-coil Magnetic Field Design bridge pickup created by Leo Fender delivers crisp attack with complex harmonics while individual brass saddles offer modern levels of intonation refinement. Flip to the single-coil MFD neck pickup and you'll discover a delectably rich tonal palette, from round clean jazz tones to thick, gritty blues. Put 'em together and you'll find a whole other level of heaven.

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  2. USED Gibson 2014 Memphis ES-345TD 1959 VOS Reissue Natural
    $3,100.00

    Like most of you, I always wanted to play a blonde Gibson ES-345 just like the one Country Joe of Country Joe & The Fish played. I mean, who has not been influenced by Country Joe? Well, I guess there are a few who haven't. Anyway, this is one fine guitar, a 2014 Gibson ES-345 factory blonde with the varitone switch. Looks amazing. The finish is like new...for a VOS. No dings dents or scratches. The aged gold hardware has oxidized which makes it look legitimately old and gives a cool vintage vibe. The body and neck are perfect. The neck has that full 1959 profile and feels great. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition and show no signs of wear. The varitone is great, makes this guitar very versatile. Listen to B.B. King, he knew how to work a varitone. It sounds fantastic as well. Gibson has been knocking the ball out the of the park the last few years with their reissue hollowbodies. This is a Memphis made guitar with the tags, certificate and original hard case. New retail price for this guitar in 2014 was $6115 and had a street price of $4299. Get this one for WAY less y'all.

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  3. Taylor 326ce - Mahogany/Tasmanian Blackwood #7029
    $1,899.00

    A rich-grained mahogany top paired with Tasmanian blackwood back and sides give Taylor’s medium-size Grand Auditorium body plenty of tonal and visual character. The clear, punchy midrange behaves well in a mix with other instruments, and delivers the kind of musical versatility that makes this a reliable guitar in different playing scenarios. Neo-traditional appointments complement mahogany’s dark, vintage looks, including a shaded edgeburst top and all-satin finish. The guitar comes equipped with Expression System 2 electronics for a dynamic amplified acoustic sound.

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  4. Taylor 324e - Mahogany/Tasmanian Blackwood #6058
    $1,699.00

    A rich-grained mahogany top paired with Tasmanian blackwood back and sides give Taylor’s medium-size Grand Auditorium body plenty of tonal and visual character. The clear, punchy midrange behaves well in a mix with other instruments, and delivers the kind of musical versatility that makes this a reliable guitar in different playing scenarios. Neo-traditional appointments complement mahogany’s dark, vintage looks, including a shaded edgeburst top and all-satin finish. The guitar comes equipped with Expression System 2 electronics for a dynamic amplified acoustic sound.

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  5. Taylor 324ce - Mahogany/Tasmanian Blackwood #6015
    $1,899.00

    A rich-grained mahogany top paired with Tasmanian blackwood back and sides give Taylor’s medium-size cutaway Grand Auditorium body plenty of tonal and visual character. The clear, punchy midrange behaves well in a mix with other instruments, and delivers the kind of musical versatility that makes this a reliable guitar in different playing scenarios. Neo-traditional appointments complement mahogany’s dark, vintage looks, including a shaded edgeburst top and all-satin finish. The guitar incorporates a Venetian cutaway and comes equipped with Expression System 2 electronics for a dynamic amplified acoustic sound.

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  6. USED 1995 Gibson Les Paul Custom Wine Red
    $2,500.00

    It's all in the details isn't it? Back in Salem in the witchcraft trials, they would press people for details. You don't have to press me, I'll give it up no problem. Here we have a 1995 Gibson Les Paul Custom. This is a cool Les Paul. I like it a lot. It has the original Wine Red finish, gold hardware, two original Gibson humbucking pickups (490R & 498T) and original Grover tuners. There is considerable wear on the gold hardware. The back has lots of surface scratches, the top not as many. There are various nicks and dings. It weighs 9 lbs 12 oz. It features a one piece mahogany neck with and one piece mahogany body and two piece maple top. It plays great and sounds great. A great player's guitar. Comes with original hard case.

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  7. 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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  8. Taylor 416ce Baritone - Sitka Spruce/Ovangkol #2081

    Regular Price: $2,798.00

    Special Price $1,876.00

    The Taylor 416ce Baritone takes advantage of ovangkol’s full midrange and bright top end. Though slightly less dense than most rosewoods, ovangkol shares much of rosewood’s clarity and fidelity. This pairs well with Taylor's baritone design, producing a deep voice with rosewood-like richness and clear note definition. The baritone’s lower B tuning, coupled with a 27-inch scale length, make it possible to generate tonal depth with normal string tension, giving players a familiar playing experience. It’s a great choice if you have a lower vocal range or favor a de-tuned guitar sound.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. Bourgeois Banjo Killer - Bearclaw Sitka/Figured Mahogany #7593
    $5,665.00

    Upgraded with what Dana Bourgeois called "Rare and Ultra Uber Figured Mahogany"

    The Banjo Killer is a slope shouldered dreadnought with a premium bearclaw Sitka spruce top and figured mahogany back and sides. The guitar is modeled after Bryan Sutton’s famous Bourgeois dubbed the “Banjo Killer". The fingerboard and belly bridge are figured ziricote wood. The Tor-tis pickguard is handmade, and the bridge pins are ebony with abalone dots. The tuners are Nickel Waverly with ivoroid buttons. Here's what IBMA "Guitar Player of the Year" Bryan Sutton has to say about the guitar: "From the first time I played the Slope-D Bourgeois that would come to be known as the "Banjo Killer", I was amazed at the range of tone and volume the guitar could produce. The guitar always seems to be to able to handle any dynamic level of play. I can hear the guitar clearly in a loud jam session without feeling like I have to overplay and also enjoy a full and sustained tone when I want to play softly.” Dana Bourgeois has this to say: "The BK Slope D has a deep, broad tone. Through wood selection and voicing, we push it in the direction of a bigger bottom end, a "lush" top end, and greater volume, similar to the characteristics of Bryan's original Banjo Killer. When I first started making slope shouldered dreadnoughts, I went for something as different as possible from the balanced and focused sound of my standard. The Banjo Killer gets me back to that original idea."

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  12. Melancon Pro Artist - Vintage Burst - Swamp Ash #1874
    $3,175.00 Click for price

    The tone of a single cut-away swamp ash guitar with a maple neck needs little introduction. Snap! Pop! Here chicky! Get the picture? Melancon Guitars has incorporated all of the tweaks from Bakersfield to Nashville into the Pro Artist T. It’s like a ’57 Chevy with power steering and power brakes!

    Model: Pro Artist
    Finish: Vintage Burst
    Body: Swamp Ash
    Neck: Maple
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
    Neck Finish: Satin
    Neck Profile: Standard Neck Carve
    Nut Width: 1.650"
    Radius: 10"
    Frets: Stainless Steel Medium
    Bridge: Two-Post Vintage Trem
    Pickguard: 3-ply Parchment
    Hardware: Chrome
    Neck & Middle Pickup: Melancon Vintage Single Coil
    Bridge Pickup: Melancon PAFB Blues
    Electronics: Volume, Neck/Middle Tone, Bridge Tone, 5-way
    Case: Form Fit Hardshell

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