Used/Consignments

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  1. Used Collings MF5 V Mandolin F-Style Varnish Sunburst Finish
    $6,500.00

    2005 Collings MF5 V full gloss F style mandolin, with hand rubbed oil based varnish finish. Thinner than nitrocellulose lacquer, the varnish finish is more flexible and allows the wood to resonate more, significantly smoothing out the mids and highs while extending the low end considerably. The tonal qualities produced by the varnish finish are amazing, especially when compared side by side to a mandolin without it. This is Colling's fully appointed mandolin with carved Adirondack top, full Ivoroid binding, Pearl inlays, highly figured custom flamed Maple back and sides, and bound Ebony pickguard. Excellent condition, showing no fret wear. It was obviously very well taken care of by the original owner. It is absolutely beautiful, and the sound is phenomenal. This is a serious instrument for a serious player. Comes with original hardshell case.

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  2. USED C-Fox C-Sonoma - Cedar/Indian Rosewood
    $1,495.00

    C-Fox Sonoma series hand built all solid wood concert size guitar with cedar and Indian Rosewood. Charles Fox, founder of the American School of Lutherie, is one of the finest guitar builders in the world. He built guitars under the C Fox brand for a short period in the late 90's and early 2000's. Now he only builds custom guitars that are extremely expensive, and built in very small quantities. This guitar is no case-queen. It was owned, loved, and toured with by a pro musician and it shows. There are nicks, dings, scratches, finish checks, and a stable top crack (the guitar is priced accordingly). Why was this guitar picked up and bought by a pro? Because it sounds amazing. It's an incredibly responsive instrument. Well balanced in all registers. The bass response is big and punchy. Trebles sparkle and resonate for long periods. Midrange is projective and clear. It has huge punch and does not clip even with hard flatpicking. String clarity and separation are immediately noticed. The guitar is not as loud as a dreadnought but close. It has opened up beautifully and sounds very mature. Beautiful design, gorgeous woods, unique looks, and top self parts are combined in this guitar for an incredible instrument.

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  3. 1999 Larrivee NAMM Show Presentation D-10KK All Koa Model
    $5,995.00

    Twenty years ago Jean Larrivee found a log of Koa that he said yielded the finest, most highly figured Koa he had ever seen and would likely ever find again. Jean may be right, in the all the years we've been in business we've never seen any other Koa that comes close to the depth of figure and color that log produced. Larrivee made a batch of Koa guitars from that log for the 2000 NAMM show. Built at the end of 1999, this D10KK was one of the guitars shown at the 2000 NAMM Show. It is drop dead gorgeous. It's so figured that you'd think it was a 5A grade flamed maple stained to look like Koa because Koa just never looks like this. We bought this guitar and a handful of other Koa Larrivee guitars from that show. It was purchased from a local collector, and from the looks of it, it was hardly played. It's in near mint (9.5) condition. Aside from its amazing looks it also has amazing tone and sustain! The longer you let it sustain, the more overtones you hear, producing an incredible pallet of colors. This is a loud guitar with a BIG voice! Strum an open chord and you'll feel the neck resonate in the palm of your hand and the body of the guitar will rattle your upper torso. The sound just wants to jump across the room. Deep warm lows, sparkly highs. Punchy mid range. It's one of, if not the best sounding Koa guitar we've heard.

    This is a rare instrument, and a great one. The Presentation idea goes back to the late 1800's when banjo and guitar manufacturers would make the best instruments they could to be displayed at World's Fairs, and other venues, to show the public the quality of their work. This is Larrivee is their finest.

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  4. USED 2017 Taylor Koa Series K24ce 12-Fret Grand Auditorium Ltd Edition
    $3,500.00

    The main features of the Taylor K24ce 12 Fret Ltd:
    - Mint Condition
    - Collector Owned
    - Grand Auditorium
    - Hawaiian Koa Body
    - Mahogany Neck
    - 24-7/8" scale length
    - West African Ebony Fingerboard
    - Nickel Hardware
    - Expression System 2 Electronics
    - Shaded Edgeburst Finish

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  5. USED 2001 Thomas Bazzolo Nylon String
    $2,895.00

    This fantastic sounding Thomas Bazzolo nylon-string model was built in the spring of 2001. Thomas Bazzolo was a well respected guitar builder in the Boston area and apprenticed under famed luthier, Frank Haselbacher. Professional, all solid wood construction. 650mm scale. Top of the line Gilbert tuning machines. Western Cedar top, with Indian Rosewood back and sides. Honduras mahogany neck with Ebony fingerboard. Indian Rosewood bridge, body binding, headstock backstrip, and headstock overlay. Hand finished with an oil varnish. In excellent condition, showing only the slightest hints of cosmetic wear. It has had no modifications or repairs. This responsive instrument produces the rich, full sound that one would expect from a professional grade classical guitar.

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  6. 2012 Martin Custom Shop D-28 Quilted Bubinga, Amber Sunburst
    $4,500.00

    Straight out of a collection, we have this fine Martin Custom Shop guitar. It's rare and gorgeous. Martin's Custom Shop creates some of the world's best acoustic guitars, and this pre-owned custom Dreadnought is no exception! Never one to rest on their laurels, Martin constructed this guitar using an amazing set of Quilted Bubinga wood for the back and sides, providing a gorgeous look as well as a full-bodied tone that simply has to be heard to be believed. Full, blooming chords and clear, crisp single-note lines ring out perfectly thanks to the forward-shifted scalloped "X" bracing, making this Dreadnought an excellent choice for recording and playing out. Of course, the looks are nothing to scoff at, with a Amber Sunburst finish on the Adirondack Spruce top that wonderfully complements the Bubinga back and sides. In excellent condition. The frets show virtually no wear. The neck is straight and true. The action is great and a joy to play. This is a serious guitar for a serious player. It is one of the finest Martin guitars we have had in the shop. Comes with the Custom Shop Martin hardshell case. This guitar had a retail price of $8249

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  7. USED 1942 Gibson L-30 Sunburst
    $1,295.00

    1942, what a year! The nation was struggling to get on a war economy. Virtually no manufacturers were doing business as usual. Everything was geared toward the war effort. Gibson guitars was no exception: they made gliders, while guitar production was severely limited. Dealers were allowed very few guitars. Some months, no guitars were shipped. We have a beautiful 1942 Gibson L-30. These small archtop guitars were a staple item for Gibson since the early thirties. This is an original, clean guitar and even has the original soft case. The finish is beautiful, the frets are fine, the action is good. It is a collectors grade instrument. Some wear, but overall excellent condition. These are great guitars for blues, but really they are great for any type of music. This is a one-owner instrument and has been well taken care of.

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  8. USED 1918 Gibson A-1 Mandolin
    $995.00

    1918, wow, that was a long time ago. The end of WWI, the United States Congress officially established time zones, God Bless America was written by Irving Berlin, and this mandolin was made. This mandolin has seen a lot of history. When we entered WWII, this mandolin was already 23 years old. We have a 1918 Gibson Style A Mandolin. We believe it was sent back to Gibson at some point and refinished. It has a new bridge to compensate for a slight sinking in the top. It is structurally fine, it won't cause any problems, and the original bridge is included with the mandolin. The top is black, the back and sides are brown. It shows some lacquer checking as to be expected. Overall, it is very clean. It sounds great, the action is fine, the frets are in good condition. It's a good one. Comes with non original case.

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  9. USED Vintage 1968 Hofner 489 Western Acoustic
    $750.00

    Hofner made some cool guitars back in the day. They still do, but I like the vibe of the old ones. This guitar is quite similar to one Brian Jones used in the studio with the Stones. We have a 1968 Hofner 489 Western Model. It is a slope shoulder dreadnought. Looks like a Gibson J-50. It has maple back and sides, a spruce top, adjustable bridge saddle, and micro tilt to adjust the neck angle. It is clean, very clean. It has some lacquer checking, but the only real playing wear is on the top near the lower part on the soundhole. The neck is straight, the frets are fine, the action is good, and it sounds great. It's really a cool guitar. The maple is nice and flamey. It's a cool part of 60's history. Comes with original gig bag.

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  10. HOLD - USED 2002 Collings D-2H Indian Rosewood/Sitka Spruce
    $2,895.00

    You know vintage guys can be kind of snobby about guitars. I'm guilty of that. I used to say things like, "I won't play anything made after 1965". Kind of silly really, but that's how it was. Collings changed that for me. I was forced to admit their guitars stood up against old Martin and prewar Gibsons, and in some ways even exceeded them. Here we have a 2002 Collings D-2H. This is a Martin D-28 style with Indian Rosewood back and sides, Herringbone trim, Grover tuners and Sitka spruce top. It shows light wear, nothing major at all. This guitar was played but well taken care of. The frets are in near perfect condition. The action is great with plenty of room on the saddle to come down. An LR Baggs Anthem pickup has been installed (a $300 upgrade). It is loud and toneful. A guitar for a lifetime. Comes with original hard case.

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  11. USED 2000 Taylor K20CE All Koa Acoustic Electric
    $3,000.00

    Here's an exquisite example of the richness of aging Hawaiian Koa. A 2000 Taylor K20CE acoustic electric. All Koa - top, back, and sides. The beauty of this guitar is matched only by its tone. This is a loud guitar with a smooth bottom end, articulate midrange, and sweet top end. It sounds amazing, like a great grand piano. Cutaway and factory Fishman Prefix Onboard Blender electronics. The guitar is in good condition, shows some slight overall play wear. The frets are in good shape. The neck is straight and true. Comes with original hard case.

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  12. USED 2016 Taylor 914CE V-Class
    $3,800.00

    I love the movie "High Anxiety". There are some great lines as the Bellman takes the acrophobic Psychiatrist to the top floor, saying "We are going to the top floor, all the way up, you can't get any higher, we're pretty high." That amuses me. We have the top of the line rosewood Taylor, a 914 CE. The only way to go higher in the standard Taylor production is to get a Presentation series model. The 900 series is top of the line for Taylor Indian Rosewood models. Our Taylor 914 CE is from 2016, and it is super nice. This is a near-mint example out of a collectors stash. The only blemish we can see is an impression in the top near the edge of the waist on the treble side. This guitar has beautiful Indian Rosewood with Taylor's V-Class bracing, a beveled armrest, ebony binding, Gotoh 510 tuners, and label signed by the designer. It is a wonderful guitar, plays great, sounds great, and looks great. It is perfect and a joy to play. Comes with original hard case.

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