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  1. USED 2013 Taylor 414ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic Electric
    $1,200.00

      Here's a great sounding and playing USA made Taylor 414ce. Made in 2013. The acoustic/electric Grand Auditorium 414ce responds well to an array of playing styles thanks to Taylor’s proprietary body shape and the expansive tonal palette of ovangkol and spruce. Expect a blend of power and tonal definition, especially in the midrange, so whether you like to strum, flatpick or play fingerstyle, the 414ce makes a great playing partner. Appointments include white binding, progressive dot fretboard inlays, and a three-ring rosette, and the guitar features Taylor’s Expression System acoustic electronics along with a Venetian cutaway.
      Overall condition is excellent. Minor fret wear. Some surface minor scratches. These are slight mars and do not affect the playability. This guitar sounds and plays great with no problems, and with no repairs. Comes with original hard case.

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  2. USED RainSong WS1000 Acoustic/Electric
    $1,699.00

      The WS is a wonderfully versatile guitar. Combining the best qualities of large and small bodied guitars, it is ideally suited for a variety of musical situations. A large, deep chamber gives the WS strong projection and rich bass. The narrow waist and tight upper bout allow for a ringing treble, good balance and clear definition of individual notes. Overall, the WS is impeccably balanced. The shapely curves and light weight make the WS a comfortable guitar to cradle or stand with. The extra deep cutaway encourages playing up the fretboard.
    Soundboard
      All-graphite soundboard crafted using RainSong's Projection Tuned Layering technique. No soundboard braces. Abalone rosette. All-graphite body. No body braces. All-graphite neck and epoxy fingerboard fabricated using RainSong's Performance Shape Casting as a single piece. No truss rod. Custom Mother of Pearl sharks. Tusq Nut, saddle. Abalone inlaid Tusq bridgepins. Customized hardshell case. UV protective, high-gloss, clear urethane finish.
      This guitar is American made and in excellent cosmetic condition. It plays and sounds great. Comes with original molded hardshell case.

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  3. RARE 1970's Gibson TB-All American Mastertone Tenor Banjo
    $8,500.00

    A late 1970's Gibson TB All American Mastertone Tenor Banjo. This is a reissue of the 1930's Gibson All American. The original models were made in small numbers, and discontinued in the 1930's. It was reintroduced in the 1970's, again in small numbers. It was Gibson's most expensive instrument when it was introduced, and is Gibson's most elaborate banjo. It is heavily gold plated, with a pearloid fingerboard featuring scenes from American history. The headstock and resonator are heavily carved by hand with American Eagles. The condition is near mint showing no wear. These were made in limited numbers, this one being number 6. It has an engraved leather case with the original cover. This instrument is highly prized by collectors due to its rarity and outstanding condition.

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  4. USED 2014 Collings D1 VN Vintage Now Neck - Rare Walnut Back & Sides
    $3,495.00

      Here's a used Collings D1 VN. Made in 2014. This one was custom ordered with a few special upgrades - Walnut back and sides, Vintage Now neck profile and 2 5/16" bridge string spacing, tortoise fingerboard and pegged binding. Cool and rare options for a D1. The ultimate late 30's style Martin D-18 style guitar. This is a classic square-shouldered dreadnout acoustic, the Sitka Spruce and Walnut combination provides a unique combination of power and tonal complexity. Walnut yields an excellent balance with tonal characteristics that fall between Indian rosewood and mahogany, giving you the best of both worlds. The Sitka Spruce with Collings' Pre-war scalloped X-brcing provide tremendous volume and power. This guitar has all the clarity, sparkle, and distinction one could need to cut through in an ensemble situation. In excellent condition showing only the slightest amount of play. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. Comes with the original Collings hardshell case. This is a great playing and gorgeous sounding instrument all-around, in any playing environment.
      The Collings "Vintage Now" neck profile has slightly wider spacing at the saddle (2 5/16") with 1 3/4" at the nut. This neck is slightly larger than a standard (non-vintage) profile, but is not quite as large as some of the chunkiest vintage Martin necks. This neck has more of a vintage feel, but is more palatable than a standard Vintage neck to a lot of players. The neck shape is slightly rounder (less V) in the lower position and moves towards a modified V shape as you go up the neck. The neck depth (including the fingerboard) is typically .845" at the 1st fret and .960" at the 9th fret. The fingerboard width measures 2.195" at the 12th fret.

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  5. USED Taylor T3/B Semi-Hollowbody w/Bigsby Natural Quilt
    $1,795.00

      While Taylor is primarily known for their fine acoustic guitars, they also build some beautiful and innovative electric guitars. Expanding on and combining elements of the SolidBody and the T5, the T3/B ("B" for Bigsby) is a great guitar that offers a wide range of tonal options to satisfy the demands of a diverse group of players. This one has a beautiful, highly figured quilted maple top with a natural finish. In mint condition. The neck is straight and true. Frets are perfect and show no wear.
      The Taylor T3/B semi-hollowbody electric guitar combines the incredible thinline body design of Taylor's T5 with a great-sounding complement of pickups and classic-style electric guitar hardware. One strum of the T3 and you'll know this isn't your typical semi-hollow; plug it in and you'll be blown away by the tone - as well as the flexible tonal options. This Bigsby trem-equipped version features a quilted maple top that's joined to a hollow sapele body with a wood block running down the middle. The sapele neck is very comfortable, and two humbucking pickups with selectors and coil taps give you plenty of sound configurations while you're playing the T3/B.
      Comes with original hardshell case.

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  6. Vintage 1968 Martin D-18 #0143
    $2,700.00

      1968 was 50 over years ago, can you believe that? 1968 remains arguably the most historic year in modern American history. Two of our revered leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, were both assassinated. Boeing introduced the first 747 "Jumbo Jet". North Vietnam launched the Tet Offensive against the United States and South Vietnam. The year ended on a positive note when Apollo 8 with three American astronauts, Jim Lovell, Bill Anders and Frank Borman, was the first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon. Apollo 8 circled the moon 10 times that Christmas Eve, scoring the latest U.S. achievement in its Space Race with the Soviet Union. Upon emerging from the shadowy dark side of the moon, Lovell famously announced: “Houston, please be informed there is a Santa Claus".
      Speaking of positive notes, this is one of the nicest Martin D-18's from this time period I've ever seen. Beautiful color and patina. Featuring a Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, and Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. It plays great, action is fine, frets are fine, no cracks or problems. It's had a few repairs typical of a Martin of this age, the bridge lifted at some point and was reseated, the bridge was also taken down a bit to improve the action, and the pickguard has been replaced. It has the original black tolex case with blue lining. This is a great one with sweet vintage tone, made the old way.

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  7. USED 1966 Martin 00-21 Brazilian Rosewood
    $4,250.00

    I get such a thrill playing great guitars like this one. This 1966 Martin 00-21 features a 12-fret, slot-head neck, spruce top, and Brazilian Rosewood back and sides. It has the original tortoise color pickguard, and small bridge plate. It's clean, showing some wear, nothing major. No cracks or problems, the neckset and frets are good. The action is low (.100" at the 12th fret of the low E string and .070" at the 12th fret of the high E string). Nut width is 1-7/8". It is very easy to play, with a fantastic tone. Other than a Fishman Matrix Infinity pickup that was installed, and two replaced screws on the bass side tuner plate, everything is original. This really is a fine guitar. By 1968 Martin would change a lot of things, and not for the better. This one has the desireable older Martin features. It is a special, investment-grade guitar. Comes with newer non-original hardcase.

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  8. USED 2003 Gibson Custom Shop Southern Jumbo SJ Brazilian signed by Craig Morgan
    $6,500.00

    Here is a 2003 Gibson SJ Custom Shop made with the Holy Grail of tone woods, Brazilian Rosewood. The Southern Jumbo is a workhouse of a guitar beloved by many famous artists...Woodie Guthrie and Hank Williams Jr were both known for loving the model.  The Southern Jumbo was born in 1942 with solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides, but the model is more commonly found with the solid mahogany back and sides it carried when it reappeared in 1946. This Brazilian incarnation has been crafted in Bozeman, Montana by Gibson’s lauded acoustic division. Other features of the model include the solid premium Sitka spruce top, 6-ply top binding and 4-ply back binding, nitrocellulose vintage sunburst finish, tortoise Southern Jumbo pickguard, and split-parallelogram mother-of-pearl fingerboard position markers. The Brazilian Rosewood is gorgeous. It has a great feeling neck with a nice medium profile. There is no wear, it is perfect. It is a serious guitar and a great sounding guitar. Okay, as we like to say in the business, now for the kicker: It is signed on the front by country artist, Craig Morgan, how cool is that? This guitar retailed for $12,500 back in 2003. Grab it now for a fraction of that price. Comes with original paperwork and hard shell case.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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