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  1. Taylor 224ce Koa #8409
    $1,499.00

    Fans of Hawaiian koa will love the look, feel and sound of this all-koa Grand Auditorium. A shaded edgeburst elevates the vintage appeal of the solid koa top, which is paired with layered koa back and sides, while a gloss finish wraps the body in a rich sheen. The Grand Auditorium’s musical versatility makes this a great all-purpose guitar for both strumming and fingerpicking, and the hardwood koa top will even out a lively attack to produce a focused, linear voice. Player-friendly modern features include a cutaway and Taylor’s ES2 acoustic electronics. Among the distinctive appointments are a single-ring faux pearl rosette in an interlocking "fishbone" pattern, black binding, Italian acrylic small diamond inlays, and chrome tuners. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.

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  2. FODERA 35TH ANNIVERSARY MONARCH 4 DELUXE #586D
    $7,550.00

    2018 marks Fodera's 35th anniversary, and to celebrate this occasion, Fodera is proud to introduce the 35th Anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe!
    The 35th anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe combines classic Fodera tone and looks, paired with modern electronics and playability. This bass has an early Fodera wood combination of a Mahogany body, Quilted Maple top, and a Pau Ferro fingerboard. In the early days of Fodera guitars, Vinny chose this combination for its broad range of tone; and its ability to capture warms lows and have the articulation needed for bass players stepping out into more solo work at the time. To mimic the look of their original oil-finished instruments, Fodera stained the bass to match the golden hues of a well played "old-school" Fodera while still utilizing their satin acrylic finish known for its breathability and durability. Finally, it has Fodera's latest preamp and proprietary Fodera / Seymour Duncan Dual Coil pickups. It also utilizes their Dovetail neck joint found on original Fodera instruments like Victor Wooten’s 83 Monarch.

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  3. Fodera 35th Anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe #578D
    $7,550.00

    2018 marks Fodera's 35th anniversary, and to celebrate this occasion, Fodera is proud to introduce the 35th Anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe!
    The 35th anniversary Monarch 4 Deluxe combines classic Fodera tone and looks, paired with modern electronics and playability. This bass has an early Fodera wood combination of a Mahogany body, Quilted Maple top, and a Pau Ferro fingerboard. In the early days of Fodera guitars, Vinny chose this combination for its broad range of tone; and its ability to capture warms lows and have the articulation needed for bass players stepping out into more solo work at the time. To mimic the look of their original oil-finished instruments, Fodera stained the bass to match the golden hues of a well played "old-school" Fodera while still utilizing their satin acrylic finish known for its breathability and durability. Finally, it has Fodera's latest preamp and proprietary Fodera / Seymour Duncan Dual Coil pickups. It also utilizes their Dovetail neck joint found on original Fodera instruments like Victor Wooten’s 83 Monarch.

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  4. G&L Doheny - Jet Black - Anodized Gold Pickguard #2066
    $2,228.00 Click for price

    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.
    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.

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  5. Collings D1 - Torrefied Sitka Spruce/Mahogany #28028

    Regular Price: $4,550.00

    Special Price $4,095.00

    Upgraded with Torrified Sitka Spruce top and Adirondack Braces.

    -Torrefied Sitka Spruce Top
    -Mahogany back & sides
    -Tortoise-style binding
    -Adirondack Braces
    -Pre-war scalloped bracing
    -Tortoise-style pickguard
    -High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish
    -Mahogany neck
    -Ebony fingerboard and bridge
    -Ebony peghead overlay
    -Inlaid Collings Logo
    -Inlaid dot fingerboard markers
    -Fully adjustable truss rod
    -Bone nut and drop-in saddle
    -Ebony bridge pins and end pin
    -Nickel Waverly tuners
    -Hardshell Case
    -#28028

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  6. Taylor 360e 12-string Shaded Edgeburst - Mahogany/Tasmanian Blackwood #7028
    $1,999.00

    Have you ever heard "Good Times Bad Times" by the Stones? Not to be confused with the great Zep tune. It is a workout on the acoustic 12-string, played beautifully by Keith. Hey, stop what you're doing and listen to it. You back? Good. Ain't that something? I love the 12-string acoustic. The sound is phenomenal. I wish more people would use it. It really adds another dimension to music. Anyway, this Taylor 360e 12-String is a wonderful example of a killer 12-string. Fantastic 12-String sound! A phenomenal guitar at a great price.

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    The wood pairing of blackwood and mahogany on the Taylor 360e yields a smooth response that promises to deliver a bold and balanced sound with a thick shimmer across the middle register. The slightly broader waist of Taylor's Dreadnought shape helps bring out the lower midrange frequencies. On a 12-string, it generates a thick, husky midrange power that complements the crispness and shimmer of the octave strings. A shaded edgeburst adds a tasteful vintage look to the rich-grained mahogany top. Additional appointments include a black pickguard, Italian acrylic small diamond fretboard inlays, black binding with crisp white top trim, a 3-ring rosette, and satin finish.

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  7. Paul Reed Smith SE Standard 24 - Translucent Blue
    $499.00

    Perfect as a first guitar or the last guitar you’ll ever need, the PRS SE Standard 24 faithfully recreates the foundational design of the Custom 24, PRS’s flagship model, with all-mahogany body construction. This guitar features classic PRS appointments, including a 24-fret mahogany neck (set neck construction), rosewood fretboard with bird inlays, 85/15 “S” pickups, and the PRS patented molded tremolo, resulting in a guitar that handles well and sounds as good plugged straight into an amp as it does run through a pedal board.

    The SE Standard 24 is a modern instrument with a powerful voice for players who demand a rock-solid, reliable guitar.

    “With so many aspiring players struggling to stick with guitar past the first year, we knew we wanted to deliver an affordable quality guitar that players didn’t have to fight. We want the guitar to inspire you to play; it can’t be something you have to worry about staying in tune or simply working right. So while the [SE] Standards are our first foray into the below $500 price point, that doesn’t mean we compromised on tone, versatility, playability, or reliability,” said Jack Higginbotham, COO, PRS Guitars. “We’re very proud to offer these guitars to the world.”

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  8. Suhr Classic Antique Pro Limited - Firemist Gold #9K8N
    $2,695.00

    -The Classic Antique Pro features a quarter-sawn Maple neck with Indian Rosewood fingerboard. The neck is tinted and finished in nitro-cellulose lacquer, giving it an authentic vintage look and feel.
    -Equipped with Suhr's Even C Medium profile. Rolled edges and a 9"-12" compound fingerboard radius offers a substantial, yet comfortable shape.
    -Stainless steel frets offer silky smooth bending and long-lasting playability. Every Suhr receives a PLEK fret dress, ensuring the best possible string action, playability and intonation.
    -The contoured heel of the Classic Antique allows for easier access to the upper register. For optimum tone and stability, the neck joint must not be too tight or too loose, therefore all of Suhr's neck pockets are precisely fitted by hand, by expert craftsmen.
    -Finished in an extremely thin nitro-cellulose lacquer that features natural checking and light aging.
    -The SSCII is Suhr's proprietary silent single coil system. The SSCII is installed inside the body of the guitar and works with traditional single coil pickups. It reduces 60 cycle hum and has no impact on tone, no batteries to change – just transparent noise reduction.
    -The Gotoh 510 tremolo bridge features dual steel knife edge pivot points to provide greater functionality and years of trouble free performance. The 510’s steel block increases sustain and tuning stability.
    -Equipped with staggered Suhr Locking Tuners, which provide an 18:1 gear ratio, improved tuning stability, and no need for a traditional string tree.

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  9. USA Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass HSS Trem Ivory White #3490

    Regular Price: $2,355.00

    Special Price $1,199.00

    Pre-Owned and in mint condition. The Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass guitar pays homage to the vintage styling and cosmetic appeal of Leo Fender’s original Music Man models. Updated vintage spec electronics, super smooth vintage tremolo system, and lightweight alder and african mahogany bodies are welcome refinements to these new modern renditions. 
    Oversized 4 over 2 headstock with straight string pull for superior tuning stability and flawless craftsmanship throughout make these new modern classics a perfect culmination of old world aesthetics and styling with modern design and playability. 
    Now available with a new Ernie Ball Music Man custom designed bridge humbucker delivering crunchy rhythm and cutting lead tones. The new HSS Cutlass bridge humbucker gives added output with warm vintage style tonality.

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  10. Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray - Ball Family Reserve - 1-of-35 - Trans Walnut #6452

    Regular Price: $2,855.00

    Special Price $1,999.00

    One of just 35 pieces. Featuring a Trans Walnut finish, Roasted Maple Neck and fingerboard, and black binding.

    Model: BFR StingRay Guitar
    Description: BFR StingRay Guitar Walnut w/ roasted & bound neck
    Color: Trans Walnut
    Unique Feature #1: Trans Walnut Finish
    Unique Feature #2: Roasted Maple Neck
    Unique Feature #3: Bound neck (black binding)
    Top/Body woods: African Mahogany
    Body finish: High gloss polyester
    Neck wood: Roasted Maple
    Neck finish: Ultra-light satin polyurethane finish
    Neck shape/size: Assymetrical C
    Fingerboard wood: Roasted Maple
    Fingerboard inlay: 1/4" Black Face dots
    Scale Length: 25.5"
    Radius: 10"
    Number of frets: 22
    Nut material: Melamine
    Nut width: 1 5/8"
    Tuning keys: Schaller M6-IND locking
    Bridge type: Music Man Modern tremolo w/ vintage bent steel saddles
    Hardware finish: Chrome
    Pickups: Music Man custom wound humbucking w/ chrome cover
    Controls - Knobs: 500kohm volume and tone - .022µF tone capacitor
    Controls - Switches: 3-way toggle pickup selector
    Case: SKB Hardshell Case

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  11. Lakland Skyline 55-02 Deluxe - Figured Maple Top - 3-Tone Sunburst - Rosewood Fingerboard

    Regular Price: $1,999.00

    Special Price $1,499.00

    A good bass is like a good friend. It doesn't ask where you're gigging and who you're playing for, it just shows up with its A-game, ready to rock. The Lakland Skyline 55-02 Standard 5-string electric bass guitar goes one step further, packing the mojo no run-of-the-mill instrument can deliver. You get serious style points just for rocking an axe that looks this good, but everyone knows that looks alone aren't enough. That's why Lakland gave the Skyline 55-02 Standard the same active electronics and high-end pickups found on their 44-94 model. That means you get the kind of powerful punch and dynamic sound you need, night after night. And even with these high-end perks, the Lakland Skyline 55-02 Standard 5-string electric bass guitar still manages to sport a price tag that'll put a smile on any serious bass player's face.

    -An affordable custom bass with active pickups
    -Same hardware and electronics as the USA-made Lakland bass
    -Solid feel with active-pickup punch
    -Same high-end preamp and electronics featured on the 44-94
    -9V-powered pre with snap-on cover - no screws!
    -Comfortable for long gigs
    -Perfect for any style of music

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  12. USED LsL T-Bone Swamp Ash Butterscotch Blonde
    $1,700.00

    This LsL T Bone T-Bone Model is a modern rendition of one of the best '50's or '60's T-style guitars you will ever play. This is not a partscaster guitar like many in its price range. The T-Bone features a swamp ash body, fuller 50's style profile maple neck, and LSL custom-wound pickups. The metal parts, hardware and fretboards are manually aged to create a near-authentic, played (but not beaten) appearance. The thinnest possible nitrocellulose lacquer finish is applied and then weather checked. This contributes to a very airy, open, articulate tone that is then enhanced by LsL's hand-wound pickups. Played acoustically, this guitar is extremely loud and resonant...that's always the sign of a superior instrument. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. It's ready to take directly to your gig right now. It sounds great, plays great, and feels great. It is as close as you can get to achieving the tone, playability, look, and feel of a great vintage guitar.

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