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  1. Bourgeois Large Soundhole Dreadnought - Adirondack/Indian Rosewood - Aged-Tone Adirondack Braces #7632
    $4,428.00

    The Bourgeois Large Soundhole D incorporates many of the features that bluegrass flatpickers search for in those "Holy Grail" pre-war dreadnoughts. The enlarged soundhole, special rosette, custom pickguard and blank, bound 21-fret fingerboard capture the proper authentic aura for this specialty model. The result is a more of a tribute than a replica, and Bourgeois feels that it makes the perfect bluegrass guitar. Many have remarked that these Large Soundhole Ds are louder and slightly more open than their standard dreadnoughts, while still maintaining their signature balance and clarity. These models have a strikingly "vintage" sound that is sure to thrill many a flatpicker dreaming of owning their own pre-war "bone".

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  2. Fano Standard JM6 - P90 - Olympic White #2001
    $1,895.00

    This curvaceous axe sounds as hot as it looks. The smooth, early ‘60s C-shaped Maple neck and Alder body are built for both speed and comfort, with an aged look that makes it feel not only familiar, but loved. Hot P-90 pickups give the Standard JM6 plenty of growl and attitude when the occasion demands it.

    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple (Bolt-on)
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Inlays: Dots
    Neck Shape: Early 60’s C (.830-.920)
    Scale Length: 25.5″
    Nut: 1.65” Tusq XL
    Radius: 7.25″-9.5″
    Frets: 22 – Jescar 6105
    Hardware: Nickel
    Tuners: Fano Branded Vintage
    Bridge: Fano Branded TOM/Stoptail
    Pickups: P-90’s
    Controls: Volume, Tone, 3-Way Switch
    Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
    Distress Levels: Light
    Strings: Elixir Strings .010-.046
    Case: Levy’s Gig Bag

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  3. USED 2011 LSL Saticoy Nacho Red Custom S Style Guitar
    $1,795.00

    I'm stricken by this guitar. It's got me weak in the knees. It's calling my name. I want it! I want it so bad. Here we have an LSL made in 2011. Alder body, maple neck, and Indian Rosewood fingerboard. It's a superb Strat style guitar. This ain't no kit guitar. Everything is made from scratch. The neck is hand carved by Lance Lerman and his crew at LsL. The body is carved at LsL, the pickups hand wound by LsL, everything except the metal parts is made in house. Their pickup covers, knobs, and metal parts are all hand aged with meticulous attention to detail. The neck has a 60's shape with a medium full profile and slight V, and feels like a long lost friend. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. Pickups are the 60's set that have slightly higher output and punch than their standard 50's ones. 9.5" fingerboard radius. This is a loud guitar when played unpluged; always the sign of a superior instrument. Strum an open chord on it and you can really feel the neck resonate in the back of your hand, and sustains forever. This guitar feels alive. It combines the best-of vintage aesthetic from a small, highly skilled staff of superb builders.  The finish is aged perfectly, just enough and not too much. It looks authentic and believable. Seriously, there is nothing not to like about this guitar. Her name is Ginni. Comes with hang tag, trem bar, and original hard case.

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Ernie Ball Music Man Classic Stingray 5 - Natural #6908
    $3,284.00 Click for price

    If one were to imagine a 5 string bass built in the 1970's, the picture would look much like the Classic Stingray 5. The Classic Stingray 5 pays tribute to the original Music Man bass designs from the mid to late 1970's with added modern refinements. String-through body bridge, mute kit, small profile nickel frets and a curvy 7.5" radius neck are key specifications that harken back to the early days of Music Man production. A modern six bolt neck attachment and an easy access truss rod adjustment wheel ensure solid construction with no hassle adjustments. The Classic's tone remains true to the original with an ash body, 2 band EQ and a standard Music Man Alnico pickup.

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  7. Fodera Emperor Deluxe 5-String - Olive Top/Ash Body #390D
    $11,850.00 Click for price

    This is a spectacular Emperor Deluxe five string bass from our friends at Fodera Guitars. Beautiful Olive top, with Ash body, and Birdseye Maple fingerboard. Equipped with Seymour Duncan Dual Coil pickups and a 3 band active preamp. Fodera basses are among the best, most versatile basses ever made. Great for live performances and perfect for studio recording.

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  8. 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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  9. Fodera Monarch 5 Deluxe - Spalted Maple/Mahogany #M54377D
    $11,258.00

    Featuring a Mahogany body, beautiful Spatlted Maple Top, Ebony Fingerboard, 34" Scale, and Fodera/Pope 3-Band Preamp with Seymour Duncan Dual Coils.

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  10. Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray - SLO Special - Chili Red #7315
    $2,498.00 Click for price

    SLO Special - featuring a thinner/slinkier 1 1/2" nut width.

    First introduced in 1976, the StingRay has been revered as one of the most iconic bass guitars in history. The StingRay was the first production four string bass to feature on-board active equalization. The flagship of the Music Man line, today's StingRay is the same as it was some forty years ago featuring a solid roadworthy construction, massive hardened steel bridge, elegant oval pickguard, 3+1 tuning key configuration, and the ever popular Music Man humbucker. All of which combined produce a look, feel and sound that are remarkably unmistakable.

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  11. 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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  12. Fodera Emperor 5 Standard Special - Black Limba/Redwood Flame #S076
    $6,250.00

    Every Emperor Standard is hand-crafted right in Fodera's Brooklyn, New York shop alongside their custom instruments by the very same people, using the same tools and materials as their Custom basses.

    Specifications:

    Black Limba Body
    Redwood FLame Top Wood
    3-pc Maple Neck
    Birdseye Maple Fingerboard
    Fodera/Duncan Dual Coil Pickups
    Fodera/Pope 3-Band Standard Preamp
    34 inch scale, 24 large frets, 19.0mm spacing
    Fodera 19.0mm Standard Bridge

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