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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. USED 1986 Alvarez Yairi CY117 Classical Made In Japan
    $595.00

    I was listening to Nashville Skyline by Bob Dylan the other day. It has classical guitar played with a pick all over it. It sounds great. I'm not suggesting that all classical guitars should be played with a pick, but it is cool to hear. We have a 1986 Alvarez Yari CY 117 Classical Guitar. Made in Japan. This is a great guitar, a serious classical for students or professionals. It has Indian rosewood back and sides with a solid cedar top, gold hardware, and a really cool rosette that has the Yari logo, and an Indian Rosewood nut. It is nice and clean, showing light wear. This guitar has opened up beautifully in the past 32 years. It sounds great, really robust, with fantastic projection. Comes with original hard case.

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  4. 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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  5. Vintage 1951 Martin 000-18
    $2,800.00

    1951, what a great year! Unemployment was 3.3%, average family income was $3700 a year, turn signals were introduced on automobiles (although people continued using hand signals), I was born, and Martin made this fine guitar. We have a Martin 000-18 made in 1951. This is a great sounding and playing guitar. Cosmetically, it's a little rough. It has several cracks that were repaired by Carter Vintage Guitars in Nashville, TN. There is a repaired hole in the lower bout where in input jack previously was. It has had a neck set, new saddle, and new nut. The neck angle is now fine. It has been refretted: an excellent, professional job. The pickguard has been replaced. There are lots of scratches, nicks and dings. This guitar has been well played and has a cool vintage patina. It sounds great, like an old Martin should. Can you believe this thing is almost 68 years old? Comes with original hard case.

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  6. USED 2015 Martin 00-28VS Lefty
    $2,500.00

    "A fingerpicker's dream." You know, that's sort of misleading. I have no idea what fingerpickers dream about. Maybe they don't dream about guitars at all, who knows? Well, if I was left handed and owned this guitar, it would be a dream come true. We are offering a lefty 2015 Martin 00-28VS. Indian Rosewood back and sides, Sitka Spruce top, scalloped bracing, V neck, slot head, ebony fingerboard, 12 fret, 24.9" scale, 1 7/8" at the nut. It's super clean. The only blemishes worth mentioning is a little bit of button wear on the back and a small ding on the top near the edge of the lower bout on the treble side. The neck is straight and true. Action is nice and comfortable. It plays great, and sounds wonderful. Buzzy, our resident fingerpicker here at the shop, was playing some beautiful music on the this guitar and gives it two thumbs up. It's a great one. You'll love it. Comes with original hard case.

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  7. USED 2002 Gibson J-45 Sunburst Acoustic/Electric
    $1,899.00

    The great American acoustic guitar workhorse guitar is a Gibson J-45. So much great music has been played on this model, all the way from Woody Guthrie to Jack White. They have been consistently used and recorded with by discriminating players throughout so many eras. We have a 2002 Gibson J-45, which features a tobacco sunburst finish, Sitka Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and slope shoulders. The condition is excellent, it shows light playing wear, nothing serious, it's obvious this guitar was well taken care of. It plays perfectly, the frets are fine, the action is low, it plays great. Comes with an active Fishman under saddle pickup and original hard case.

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  8. USED 1996 Guild True American Acoustic Electric
    $600.00

    How can you not love a guitar named a True American? I mean, come on, it's hard not to love it. We have a 1996 Guild True American DCE1 HGTR with a cutaway and factory electronics. A gloss red finish. Solid spruce top, mahogany sides, and arched mahogany back. The built in Fishman transducer preamp electronics are extremely useful. Full tonal control (bass, mid, treble, and brilliance), volume, and a phase reverse switch. There is some cosmetic wear, nothing major. A Bridge Doctor has been installed which enriched the tone a bit. The frets are fine, it plays and sounds great. Great plugged in, and great unplugged. Comes with original hard case.

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  9. USED 2012 Bourgeois JOMC Jumbo OM Cutaway
    $3,200.00

    A stunning 2012 Bourgeois Jumbo OM Cutaway. This one features a German Spruce top and East Indian rosewood back and sides. Big, gorgeous tone. Plays like a dream. Spectacular cosmetic condition, showing only the slightest playing wear. Neck is straight and true. Frets show no wear whatsoever. Comes with original hardshell case. New retail for this guitar today would be $5315, with a street price of $4783. Grab this one for MUCH less.

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  10. USED Gibson 2002 J-160E Sunburst
    $2,095.00

    "Our Jumbos". That's what George Harrison and John Lennon called their Gibson J-160E models. They were among the first acoustic/electric guitars, and really those guitars are an integral part of the classic Beatles sound. This Gibson J-160E Sunburst was made in 2002. It is super nice, and in near mint condition. The frets are perfect, the action is good, it sounds great. It is everything you want in a Gibson J-160E. Lot's of English bands used these, Peter and Gordon, Chad and Jeremy, The Hollies, etc. Now this is something most people don't know: the great Travis Wammack had one. Travis was one the coolest guitar players to come out of Memphis. Check out his early recordings. Also, this was made in the Bozeman, MT factory. The Bozeman factory produced some the best acoustics Gibson has made in the last twenty years. Comes with original hard case.

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  11. USED Vintage 1965 Gibson J-50 ADJ
    $3,250.00

    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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  12. USED 1929 Gibson Mastertone Banjo w/ Robin Smith Neck & Kavanjo head
    $2,850.00

    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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