Regular Price: $4,550.00
Special Price $4,095.00
Upgraded with Torrified Sitka Spruce top and Adirondack Braces.
-Torrefied Sitka Spruce TopLearn More
-Mahogany back & sides
-Pre-war scalloped bracing
-High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish
-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
Man, I love a Baritone guitar. I remember listening to Ry Cooder records and being floored by the sound. I tried to play along with the songs but my guitar never sounded right. I was playing the right notes but on the wrong end of guitar. To do it right, you have to do it on a baritone guitar. That's where that richness of tone comes from. A simple E or A major chord on a baritone sounds much deeper and fatter than on a regular acoustic. It only took me 20 years to figure that out. Here we have a 2014 Taylor 320e Baritone Guitar in near mint condition. Shows only the slightest signs it was played. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. This is the perfect guitar if you're into downtuning, or to accompany a regular 6 string. It sounds amazing. Everybody should have a Baritone in their arsenal.Learn More
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.
Regular Price: $4,625.00
Special Price $4,163.00
Top: Torrefied 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
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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.
Shipping via UPS Ground service is $300 within the continental USA. Please call us for other shipping options.Learn More
Hawaiian koa’s captivating beauty is matched by a tone that blossoms over time, especially in the midrange. Its voice is bright and focused, with warm overtones that slowly emerge, adding sweetness and depth. Premium all-wood appointments, led by the Island Vine fretboard inlay, celebrate the wood’s natural appeal.Learn More
Regular Price: $2,537.00
Special Price $1,649.00
Designed in collaboration with guitarist extraordinaire John Jorgenson. Since John’s mastery isn’t confined to a single musical genre, his main concern was sonic flexibility.Learn More
The JJ325SRC dreadnought features a solid spruce top with bubinga back and sides. The guitar is voiced to cover a broad tonal spectrum with depth for power and a shimmering upper midrange for articulation and clarity and features a gloss red finish, JJ inlay at the 12th fret and gold tuners with ivory buttons on the keys.
Includes Takamine’s CT4B II preamp system paired with the unique Palathetic under-saddle pickup for peerless amplified response. The highly acclaimed CT4B II preamp system with three-band EQ, volume control and built-in tuner.
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.
I love, love, love a 12 string guitar. There are so many great 12 string songs. "Walk Right In" by the Rooftop Singers immediately comes to mind, as does Leadbelly, The Byrds, Leo Kottke, early Stones, and so on. This is an all Koa guitar with a cutaway, and pickup system. Built in 2004, this guitar precedes Taylor's BTO program, and was custom built for a local artist. You hardly ever see an all Koa Taylor 12-string. In fact, this is only the second one I've ever seen in the past 20 years. The koa wood is gorgeous, it is absolutely lovely. Tortoise shell body and neck binding. Expression system electronics. The guitar is in good condition, shows some slight overall play wear. It sounds amazing, like a great grand piano. Sublime really (I know that sounds over the top but sometimes I just can't help myself) The frets are fine, showing some slight wear but with lots of life in them. Everything is good and ready to go. You'll love this guitar, I know I do. Comes with original hard case.Learn More
Chris Ballentine is a local Memphis luthier with over 12 years experience designing and building guitars. Having always been an artist, guitar building is yet another outlet for his creative expansion. His technical and engineering background, along with a strong desire to express his creativity and love for the guitar, inspired him to enter the world of luthierie and the art of combining musical tone with asthetic beauty.
This gorgeous sounding Sitka/Rosewood creation is as beautiful to play and hear, as it is to look at.
Sitka Spruce Top
Indian Rosewood Back & Sides
African Blackwood Bridge
Bone Nut & Saddle
Sperzel Locking Tuners
Honduran Mahogany Neck
Regular Price: $3,732.00
Special Price $2,799.00
Super limited edition Taylor 514ce cutaway Grand Auditorium featuring walnut back and sides, torrefied Sitka spruce top, Performance bracing with relief rout, mother-of-pearl Century fretboard inlays, and other standard 500 Series appointments: gloss-finish body, faux tortoise binding, single-ring ivoroid/faux tortoise rosette, Taylor nickel tuners, and Expression System 2 electronics. Includes a Limited Edition label and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Learn More
Regular Price: $4,595.00
Special Price $4,135.00
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. Dana has also incorporated the hallmarks of his own current designs, including Aged Tone torrefied top, braces and Aged Tone finish. 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".Learn More