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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. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. USED 2006 R.Taylor Style 1 #008 GS Rare Cedar/Mahogany
    $2,995.00

      R.Taylor Style 1 serial #008. This is the first R.Taylor we received as a dealer in 2006. It's the earliest serial number we've seen come up for sale too. This is a really good one. Taylor's 514ce model was one of their most popular for many years. And rightfully so, the combination of Mahogany and cedar is fantastic. Imagine the best sounding and playing 514 but on steroids and that's this guitar. It sounds bigger that a 514, is louder, has more sustain, with a higher volume ceiling, and with no loss of tonal balance.
      R. Taylor Guitars was a division of Taylor, the guitars were a step above the custom built Taylor models. Built in a different building from the rest of the Taylor production by a handful of Taylor's very best and most experienced luthier's. While still taking advantage of Taylor's vast resources and precision guitar components, these more experienced luthiers at R. Taylor worked in a small shop environment where they were able to spend more time on each individual guitar, tweaking the bracings if needed, instead of always leaving them exactly the way the CNC machines cut them like a production Taylor guitar.
      Some of the major structural differences between an R. Taylor and regular Taylor is rather than using kerfing, R. Taylor used steamed and bent solid linings which involve more labor. This makes the sides far more rigid than traditional construction methods and translates into a lot more power than a similar shaped Taylor. The bridge plate is inset into the top giving it a lower interior profile and more sound transference to the top. The neck is a made out of one piece of mahogany while the standard Taylor uses a two piece neck heel and a headstock with a scarf joint.
      In excellent condition. The only blemishes worth mentioning are a center seam separation that extends 1-1/4" below the bridge, and some very light belt buckle scrapes on the back. No other issues or signs of dryness. The frets are near perfect showing only the slightest hints of play. This R. Taylor Style 2 features Cedar Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Tropical Mahogany Neck, Indian rosewood Body and Neck Binding, 1-3/4" Nut Width, 25" Scale, '65 Top Radius, and an Ameritage Hardshell Case.

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  7. Paul Reed Smith 2002 NAMM Show EB-4 Bass Transparent Orange 10-Top RARE
    $2,695.00

      Here's a 2002 Paul Reed Smith EB-4 bass that was shown at the 2002 summer NAMM Show in Nashville, TN. It was this show that PRS introduced their new Transparent Orange color, and every instrument that was displayed was orange. It was one of two PRS basses shown there. The other bass did not have a maple top. This one was fully blown with all the options sporting a gorgeous highly figured flamed maple 10 top, bird inlays, gold hardware, Indian Rosewood fingerboard, bolt-on maple neck, 2 single coil rail pickups, active preamp, 2 way switch for active or passive operation, 2 volume controls, 1 tone control. Transparent orange finish, 34" scale, and 21 frets.
      One of the lightest PRS basses we've seen, weighing only 8 pounds 6 ounces. Very loud and resonant when played acoustically, with fantastic sustain. Sounds amazing when plugged in. In passive mode it has a tone similar to a Fender Jazz bass but with a bigger, fuller output. In active mode the tone is reminiscent of a Music Man Stingray. Of course the build quality is exceptional.
      This bass was collector owned and is in mint condition. No scratches, no dings, no nicks, no fret wear. It as not been played outside of initial set-up and tuning.
      The original hard shell case, hang tags, and all paperwork included.

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  8. Mesa Subway WD-800 Hybrid Bass Head
    $999.00

      You spoke, we listened. In direct response to player feedback and the longstanding demand for a more powerful version of our WalkAbout Bass Head, we’re proud to unveil the latest in the Subway® Bass Amp Line, the WD-800 Head. This Head combines the warm, soulful sounding magic of the WalkAbout tube preamp section with the musical Class D Output Power used in our Subway Line (D-800 and D-800+), to create the ultimate lightweight hybrid.
      As in the original, the inspiring round, fat WalkAbout Tone is joined by comprehensive rotary shelving Tone controls and a semi-parametric EQ, giving you total shaping authority in the preamp. The new WD800 also features the Subway D800 Plus’s highly effective HIGH PASS FILTER and a new POWER AMP DAMPING control, which allow tuning of the sub-low frequencies and power response options respectively. The POWER DAMPING choices enable you to tailor the tracking and feel of the power amp. The LOW setting produces a looser, more relaxed and blooming character reminiscent of Tube power. HIGH tightens the low end, adding punch and accuracy in tracking, while MEDIUM provides a blend of these opposite ends of the power response spectrum.

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  9. Taylor 914ce Limited Edition V-Class Grand Auditorium Sinker Redwood/Rosewood
    $5,999.00

    Can a guitar look over-the-top and understated at the same time? Yes, it can. This limited edition Taylor 914ce is definitely "Over-the-top understated." It's been turning heads ever since it arrived, for both its looks and its big, lush sound. It is not only loud, but also an amazingly accurate guitar. Perfect intonation with clear, articulate tones up and down the neck. The overtones on this instrument are amazing, and it is rich with harmonics.

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  10. Paul Reed Smith SE Paul's Guitar - Aqua #7572
    $999.00

      "The SE Paul’s Guitar is a great example of design, engineering, and teamwork. It’s as close to home as we could get inside of the SE Series, and I am very proud of it," Paul Reed Smith.
      The SE Paul's Guitar delivers a lot of "PRS," starting with tone and versatility. The TCI "S" treble and bass pickups deliver a very pure, vintage sound. The SE Paul's Guitar also features two mini-toggle switches between the volume and tone knobs. This setup allows players to put either or both pickups in true single coil mode, which delivers the clarity and uniqueness of vintage single-coil tones in both single coil and humbucking positions. This is the first model to offer this style of electronics outside of the Private Stock and Core lines.
      "The Paul's Guitar, like the Modern Eagle before it, has always been about Paul's latest discoveries in guitar making. To bring this guitar into the SE Series, we knew the tone, functionality, and playability had to be right and had to be consistent," said Jack Higginbotham, COO, PRS Guitars. "We feel this guitar offers a lot of value to players."

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  11. USED Deering Rustic Wreath Acoustic/Electric 5 String Banjo with Kavanjo Banjo Head Pickup System
    $2,000.00

    Here's a great sounding Deering Rustic Wreath 5 string banjo with Kavanjo banjo head pickup system. In fantastic, near mint condition.

    The Rustic Wreath is a stunning and affordable walnut stained maple banjo that honors the heritage of the instrument, while taking on a sleek, minimalist feel. In keeping with the tradition of some of the world’s most popular banjos, the Rustic Wreath retains aesthetic features of its older siblings, notably the inlay pattern from the Golden Wreath, the traditional prewar peghead shape, and iconic flange hole pattern. The tapered profile of the maple neck is also identical to that found on the other models from the Golden Series, giving a very comfortable playing experience. The Rustic Wreath also shares the same deep resonator as the other Golden Series banjos, allowing for greater bass frequencies to be produced.
    These traditional features are paired with a beautifully understated satin finish over a dark walnut stain, and single white binding on the resonator. This makes for a sleek take on an iconic looking instrument.
    Tonally, the Rustic Wreath has a beautiful, bright crack, thanks to its Deering 06 tone ring mounted to a 3-ply violin grade maple rim – a time tested combination that features on many best-selling Deering models, and loved by audiences around the world.

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  12. 2006 R.Taylor Style 1 GS Rare Old Growth Redwood/Figured Walnut #245
    $4,495.00

      R. Taylor Guitars was a division of Taylor, the guitars were a step above the custom built Taylor models. Built in a different building from the rest of the Taylor production by a handful of Taylor's very best and most experienced luthier's. While still taking advantage of Taylor's vast resources and precision guitar components, these more experienced luthiers at R. Taylor worked in a small shop environment where they were able to spend more time on each individual guitar tweaking the bracings, if needed, instead of always leaving them exactly the way the CNC machines cut them like a production Taylor guitar.
      Some of the major structural differences between an R. Taylor and regular Taylor is rather than using kerfing, R. Taylor used steamed and bent solid linings which involve more labor. This makes the sides far more rigid than traditional construction methods and translates into a lot more power than a similar shaped Taylor. The bridge plate is inset into the top giving it a lower interior profile and more sound transference to the top. The neck is a made out of one piece of mahogany while the standard Taylor uses a two piece neck heel and a headstock with a scarf joint.
      In excellent, near mint condition. No dings, no nicks, only a tiny cloud of pick marks that are so slight you have to hold the guitar at just the right angle in just the right light to see. The frets are perfect. A Fishman Ellipse Blend pickup has been professionally installed. There are no issues with this guitar.
      This guitar has opened up beautifully over the past 13 years. Warm, thick, and rich trebles from the gorgeous Old Growth Redwood top combined with tight, full, and focused bottom end response of the walnut back and sides make this R. Taylor a phenomenal fingerstyle guitar. Old growth Redwood like this is stronger than cedar giving you the best qualities of cedar but with much more dynamic range. It also gives it more power and projection with a higher volume ceiling, meaning this guitar responds beautifully to a flat pick. You can strum this very hard without the compression and top distortion you would get with a cedar top. Truly the best of both worlds and an incredible combination of woods that would suit any style of playing...This R. Taylor Style 1 features Old Growth Redwood Top, highly figured walnut Back and Sides, Tropical Mahogany Neck, Ebony Body and Neck Binding, 1-3/4" Nut Width, 25" Scale, '65 Top Radius, and an Ameritage Hardshell Case.

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