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  1. Collings OM2H - Torrefied Sitka/Indian Rosewood - Adirondack Braces #8893

    Regular Price: $4,875.00

    Special Price $4,387.00

    -Torrefied Sitka Spruce top
    -1 3/4" nut
    -East Indian rosewood back & sides
    -Grained ivoroid binding
    -Herringbone trim with matching backstrip
    -Cross-cut grained ivoroid & wood nitrate strip rosette
    -Adirondack Spruce braces
    -Pre-war scalloped bracing
    -Tortoise-style pickguard
    -High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish
    -Mahogany neck
    -Ebony peghead overlay
    -Inlaid Collings Logo
    -Ebony fingerboard and bridge
    -Traditional diamond and square fingerboard inlays
    -Fully adjustable truss rod
    -Bone nut and drop-in saddle
    -Ebony bridge pins and end pin
    -Nickel Waverly tuners
    -Collings Hardshell Case

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  2. Taylor K14ce Builder's Edition - V-Class Bracing - Torrefied Sitka/Hawaiian Koa

    This stunning Grand Auditorium from Taylor's new Builder’s Edition collection features Hawaiian koa back and sides paired with a torrefied Sitka spruce top. The guitar was inspired by their groundbreaking V-Class bracing, which boosts the volume evenly across the tonal spectrum, increases the sustain, and improves the natural intonation of the guitar by creating a more orderly response from the soundboard. The result is a more harmonious relationship between the notes you play, helping chords sing with cohesive beauty. Another design emphasis of Builder’s Edition is enhanced playing comfort in the form of ergonomic new body contours. Details include a beveled armrest, beveled body edge treatment, and a reshaped cutaway that flows smoothly into the heel and incorporates a finger bevel where the cutaway meets the soundboard. This creates a more fluid path to the guitar’s upper-register notes for your fretting hand. Other refined touches include “silent” satin finish, which helps quiet the incidental noise against the guitar body, and a gorgeous new Kona burst that highlights the natural beauty of the figured koa back and sides. Inset koa/paua top and back trim adds a beautiful sparkle that complements the new Spring Vine fretboard inlay. In every way, this K14ce acoustic guitar embodies the ultimate player’s guitar and testifies to the benefits of innovative craftsmanship.

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  3. Larrivee Limited Edition OM-40 Summer Sunset Special

    Regular Price: $2,648.00

    Special Price $1,986.00

    Part of a limited run of "Summer Sunset Specials". This special run features a beautiful vintage edge burst on the soundboard with a translucent vintage brown on the back and sides. The single piece neck is natural mahogany. Jean Larrivee has also signed the label of this guitar which adds a nice personalized touch.

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  4. USED Vintage 1965 Gibson J-50 ADJ

    1965 was a great year. The average cost of a new house was $13,600. Gas cost 31 cents a gallon. Pink Floyd was formed. The Rolling Stones released Vol.2, their second UK album. It was a great year for music, and a great year for the guitar too. 1963, 64 and 65 are my favorite years for Gibson acoustics. I love the necks, with a comfortable medium "C" profile and a great taper. I'm also a fan of the ceramic bridge saddle. The sound is amazing. Listen to the early Stones records, you will hear what I mean. We have a beautiful 1965 Gibson J-50 Adj. It's a super clean, one owner instrument. It has very light wear, like it was played a year, then put up. The natural finish shows very light lacquer checking. 1-11/16" nut width. The frets are fine with plenty of life in them. No repairs or modifications. It has no issues or problems. It's featherweight and sounds fantastic. This is a collector's grade instrument, there aren't that many this nice around. One of the best I've seen. Comes with original hardshell case.

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  5. USED 1929 Gibson Mastertone Banjo w/ Robin Smith Neck & Kavanjo head

    We have a serious banjo for the serious banjo player. We are offering a 1929 Gibson Mastertone banjo with a great five string neck conversion by Robin Smith. Robin Smith is one of the greatest banjo luthiers of the modern era and did a fantastic job with this one. It is a two piece flange with an archtop tone ring. The resonator is replaced and is signed by Doug Dillard (member of the Williams And Clark Expedition band) and Sammy Shelor (member of the Lonesome River Band). It is set up with a Kavanjo pickup that sounds great. It plays great, sounds great, and looks great. Comes with hard case.

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  6. Taylor 614ce - Torrefied Sitka/Maple - V Class Bracing

    One of the distinctive traits of maple as a tonewood is its sonic transparency, which makes it wonderfully player-reflective. On this maple/spruce 614ce, a torrefied (specially roasted) Sitka spruce top and our tone-enhancing V-Class bracing take that natural versatility to a whole new level. Whatever the player brings to the guitar comes through—it can be played to sound warm or bright. The roasting process for the top elicits a more played-in tone, and together with the V-Class bracing gives the player a more expressive tool in the form of increased dynamic range, greater projection, longer sustaining notes, and more harmonic agreement with chords up the entire fretboard. The 614ce also stands out as one of the most touch-sensitive models in the entire Taylor acoustic line. Whether you play fingerstyle arrangements or strum in alternate tunings, whatever your preferred musical style, this guitar pays musical dividends on what you put into it. Aesthetic touches include a hand-rubbed Brown Sugar stain that highlights the rich figure of the maple back and sides, along with ebony binding, a paua abalone rosette trimmed with ebony and ivoroid, and our Wings fretboard and peghead inlays in grained ivoroid. The guitar ships with ES2 electronics in a deluxe hardshell case.

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  7. Collings MF Mandolin Ivoroid Bound Gloss Top #2058

    Regular Price: $5,400.00

    Special Price $4,860.00

    I met Bill Collings in the 80's at an Austin Guitar Show. He was a great guy that loved instruments. He built some of the finest instruments I'd ever seen. I was in the vintage business at that time, and had played Loar F-5's and such.  I could not believe how his mandolins held up against those. It changed my whole view on new versus old. We have a good one for you fine folks, a Collings MF Mandolin. This instrument is gorgeous with an upgraded glossed top and ivoroid top binding. The gloss top enhances the sunburst finish and the ivoroid dining really pops against the burst. It has a classic, elegant look.  This one is a keeper, you are going to love it. Comes with hard case.

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  8. Eastman MDA315 Classic Mandola

    Regular Price: $999.00

    Special Price $799.00

    F-Style F-Hole Octave Mandolin with satin finish, solid carved spruce top, and solid maple back and sides.

    A beautiful F-Style mandola, this Eastman MDA315 features a rich classic brown finish. It has a solid spruce top with f-holes and solid maple back and sides to offer rich mandola sound with plenty of projection.

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  9. USED 1950's Martin Style 1 T1 Tenor Ukulele

    It's hard not to love Hawaiian music. Sol Hoopi was the absolute king of the lap steel, and played a pretty mean uke as well. The ukulele is such a vital component of great Hawaiian music. They were serious instruments for serious players. Here we have a 1950's Martin T1 Tenor Ukulele. No serial number. It is all mahogany with tortoise-celluloid binding. 1:1 friction pegs. C.F. Martin logo on the headstock. The neck measures 1-5/16" at the nut and has a 17" scale. In excellent condition, showing only minor cosmetic wear. It sounds great, as only a vintage Martin uke can. It is very collectible, and very cool. The Brazilian fingerboard and bridge are highly figured. No repairs and no issues. It is all original and ready to go. It comes with the original soft case, with an original Martin string price list, and some original Martin strings.

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  10. USED Beardsell 2GW Gypsy Jazz Acoustic

    We are offering a 2005 Beardsell 2GW guitar. This is fantastic sounding guitar with a unique guitar design that would be well suited for Gypsy Jazz. This is a visually stunning instrument with several unique features, most notably the soundholes in the side. The bracing is double X, on top and bottom. The workmanship is just impeccable. Beardsell is the on the cutting edge of guitar building. There is some very light pick wear, nothing major. It's ready to play. The finish is very lightly applied, in order to enhance the sound...and this guitar is extremely resonant and loud. Everything about this guitar is thoroughly thought out and and well executed. It is the ultimate Gypsy Jazz guitar. Comes with original hard case.

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  11. Taylor 358e LTD - Satin Honey Sunburst w/ Shaded Edgeburst

    Here's an impressive 12-string guitar, this limited edition 358E features a Grand Orchestra size body with a Lutz spruce top and Tasmanian blackwood back and sides. The honey sunburst top is complemented by faux tortoise shell binding and a 3-ring faux tortoise shell. This stunning acoustic guitar is equipped with Expression System 2 electronics.

    - Grand Orchestra body
    - Tasmanian Blackwood back and sides
    - Lutz spruce top
    - Performance bracing
    - Faux tortoise shell binding
    - 3-ring faux tortoise shell rosette
    - Italian acrylic Gothic Diamonds fretboard inlay
    - All-satin body w/ honey sunburst top and shaded edgeburst back, sides, & neck
    - Nickel tuners
    - ES2 electronics
    - Hardshell case included

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  12. USED Vintage 1960 Gibson J-45 Acoustic

    This is my favorite guitar in the whole world. That's a pretty bold statement I know, but I'm in love with vintage Gibson J-45 guitars. I especially love tobacco sunburst, adjustable bridge J-45 guitars. Here we have a 1960 Gibson J-45 ADJ in tobacco sunburst, ceramic adjustable bridge with a newer, non-original chipboard case. Serial number #R5835-19. It's a one-owner guitar, and it's been played a lot. There is pickwear around the soundhole, and pickguard cracks. That's fairly standard for models from this era. The original owner put his initials with mailbox letter on the headstock and front of the guitar. They are small and unobtrusive, I would leave them there, It adds character and history in my humble opinion, but they can be removed. The neck has a 1-11/16" nut width. The bridge has a slight lift at the edges on the treble and bass hasn't moved in 30 years, so it should be fine for many more years to come. The overall condition is very good. Some nicks, dings and scratches, and some pick wear, as mentioned earlier. Action is a respectable .100" at the 12th frets of the low E string and .070" at the 12th fret of the high E string. This is a solid, well loved guitar that sounds like a million dollars. It's awesome, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. To find a one-owner vintage guitar doesn't happen that often these days. The gentleman we got it from is 96, and he bought it new. That is so cool.

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