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  1. Martin (used, 2013) D18 Authentic 1939 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (used, 2013) D18 Authentic 1939 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4255 Used
    #169154, in "excellent plus condition," with the original hard shell case.

    Here to remind you why you fell in love with CF Martin in the first place, the new Authentics are constructed the old way - with hide glue, throughout, and historically-accurate detailing confirmed by using a CAT scan machine located at the Smithsonian Institute. Based on a 1939 D-18 in the Martin museum, this guitar features mahogany back and sides, an Adirondack spruce top, using an authentic circa 1939 bracing pattern. Period-correct "18" Authentic-style appointments, with an Authentic neck barrel and heel, complete this piece.

    Our Price is $4,200.00.
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  2. Gibson (used, 2008) Advanced Jumbo Reissue Acoustic Guitar

    Gibson (used, 2008) Advanced Jumbo Reissue Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4248 Used
    #02968049, in vintage sunburst, East Indian rosewood with Sitka spruce top, slope-shouldered, in excellent condition with original black Tolex covered hard shell case.

    The original prewar Gibson Advanced Jumbo is a legendary prewar instrument that most people have read about but have never actually seen in person. According to the incredibly useful book Gibson’s Fabulous Flat-top Guitars by Whitford, Vinopal and Erlewine, (Miller Freeman, 1994), “The Gibson catalog of 1937 says: ‘Do you like a deep, throaty guitar – one that has a bass so deep, rich and full that it can be “felt” as well as heard – and a treble that responds to the bass with harmonious singing brilliancy?'

    Our Price is $1,895.00.
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  3. Collings (used, 2014) OM3G-SS Varnish Acoustic Guitar

    Collings (used, 2014) OM3G-SS Varnish Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4247 Used
    #23099, in “as new” condition, with the original hard shell case.

    The entire instrument is as well-preserved as a guitar can be, one would be hard pressed to find signs of human contact.    It has earned the title of “as new” condition which means that it is a recently made piece which was owned briefly, but whose warranty was not registered with the manufacturer, and is in perfect new condition.

    Our Price is $6,199.00.
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  4. Guild® (used, 2009) D50 Bluegrass Special

    Guild® (used, 2009) D50 Bluegrass Special

    Tag No 32-4246 Used
    #NM079001, with the original alligator exterior hard shell case.

    The top is red spruce, also known down at the pool hall as Adirondack Red.    The scalloped bracing is also red spruce; the back and sides are solid rosewood, the neck is one piece of mahogany; the fretboard is East Indian rosewood inlaid with dotmarkers, and having a 12” radius.  The width at the nut is 1 11/16th”; it has 20 frets in total – fourteen of them before the body joint.   The scale length is 25.5” nut to saddle; the hardware is chrome-plated, including the Grover Rotomatic with plated die-cast tuners; the finish is high gloss nitro-cellulose lacquer.

    Our Price is $2,000.00.
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  5. Schoenberg (used, 2006) Soloist Non-cutaway Acoustic Adirondack top

    Schoenberg (used, 2006) Soloist Non-cutaway Acoustic Adirondack top

    Tag No 32-4237 Used
    #1370506, with a 1-3/4” nut, in “excellent” condition, with a blue exterior Calton hard shell case.

    Soloist – which is flattop, essentially an OM-sized guitar. Its top is made from the finest Adirondack, its back from Madagascar Rosewood. It has a wooden rosette, wood body binding; it has black-white-black purfling and trim with a black-white-black backstrip and multicolor herringbone. Its headstock shape is squared with a volute carved on the back. The fretboard is 14 frets to the body and made from black ebony; its nut width is 1 ¾.” The fingerboard is inlaid with diamonds. 

    Our Price is $6,399.00.
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  6. Martin (new) CEO7 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (new) CEO7 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4243 New
    #1854146, sunburst Adirondack top, select mahogany sides & back; with hard shell case.

    We are impressed out of our minds with the CEO-7.  It sounds fantastic, it is beautiful beyond description, and it is so affordable that the price makes one blink and unable to speak.  NOW ON HOLD

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  7. Goodall (used, 2006) Cocobolo Parlor 12-fret slothead

    Goodall (used, 2006) Cocobolo Parlor 12-fret slothead

    Tag No 32-4240 Used
    #4207, in “excellent” condition, with the original TKL hard shell case.

    In every way, this is a guitar for the consummate fingerstylist or rhythm keeper. This is a modestly sized instrument that can be the tympani in your philharmonic, or the continuo in your stringed musical ensemble. Its sound is boisterous and bold, felicitous and forthright; it is joyous to own, dazzling to play, thrilling to hear. When you are next passing by Staten Island on a breezy summer afternoon, you must stop in and try it. Or we can, of course, ship it to you.

    Our Price is $6,199.00.
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  8. Taylor (new) 214ce Deluxe Sunburst

    Taylor (new) 214ce Deluxe Sunburst

    Tag No 32-4232 New
    #2101265460, with hard shell case.

    Rosewood laminate back and sides, tobacco sunburst, Sitka spruce top, full-gloss body, white binding, Small Diamonds, fretboard inlay, chrome tuners, Venetian cutaway, Taylor Expression System® electronics, Taylor standard hard shell case.

    The Taylor List Price is $1599

    Our Price is $1,199.00.
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  9. Taylor (new) Baby BT1 Acoustic Guitar

    Taylor (new) Baby BT1 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4228 New
    #2101265229, with Taylor padded gig bag

    The original and still the champ, the 3/4-scale Dreadnought Baby with solid Sitka spruce top and sapele-laminate back and sides has changed the playing and writing habits of guitarists all over the world.
    The Taylor List Price is $398

    Our Price is $299.00.
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  10. Martin (new) GPCPA4 Shaded Top

    Martin (new) GPCPA4 Shaded Top

    Tag No 32-4238 New
    #1809172, with hard shell case.

    The GPCPA4 Shaded Grand Performance cutaway is a warmly shaded top version of the Performing Artist Series GPCPA4 model.

    Our Price is $1,499.00.
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  11. Taylor (used, 1997) Model 712 Acoustic Guitar

    Taylor (used, 1997) Model 712 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4230 Used
    #970509121, in "very good" condition, with the original Taylor brand molded hard shell case.

    It has the black ebony unbound fingerboard with the 8 dot inlays, it has the naturally darkly oranged. “evolved,” Tusq nut, 1-3/4” nut width and a compensated bridge saddle.   This guitar’s face sports a small abalone ring around the soundhole with other concentric rings on either side, a tortoise color ‘guard, 5-ply top binding on the body; it has the Taylor inlaid logo with the 6 nickel Grover tuners on the East Indian rosewood headplate; and a rosewood truss rod cover held by 2 screws.

    Our Price is $1,599.00.
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  12. Martin (used, 2006) 0-45 Stephen Stills Limited Edition Acoustic Guita

    Martin (used, 2006) 0-45 Stephen Stills Limited Edition Acoustic Guita

    Tag No 32-4233 Used
    #1267948, individual #83 or 91 total made, in "near mint" condition with the original hard shell case.

    Martin has outdone itself with the Stephen Stills 0-45, a small but lovely voiced Concert Size instrument.   The Madagascar on the back and sides reminds us of the gorgeous grain of Brazilian with its dark contrasting grain lines combined with a bit of swirl on the two extremes.  It has the vertical format “C Martin F” headstock logo in stylized script abalone, every letter separately inlaid against that chocolate-against-the-mocha Madagascar headplate.  *NOW ON HOLD*

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  13. Martin (new) CEO-7 Custom Shop Cocobolo

    Martin (new) CEO-7 Custom Shop Cocobolo

    Tag No 32-4234 New
    #1792535, satin finish, with a Cocobolo back and sides, with a fancy Custom Shop case with silver embroidery.

    Virtually unplayed in near mint condition.  This is a very comfortable, exquisite sounding guitar.  You’re gonna love it!

    Our Price is $4,299.00.
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  14. Martin (used, 1970) D-41 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (used, 1970) D-41 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4235 Used
    #266687, in “very good plus” condition with a newer hard shell case.

    Back in the ‘70s and ‘80s the D-41 was one model under the top of the line D-45.  The main difference was, and remains, that the -41 has abalone inlaid around just the top and the soundhole rosette while the -45 has the abalone around the fretboard peninsula on the face, around both sides, around the back and, as well, traces the heel and the end piece.

    Our Price is $3,349.00.
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  15. Martin (used, 2004) 00028EC Eric Clapton

    Martin (used, 2004) 00028EC Eric Clapton

    Tag No 32-4229 Used
    #1030079, “very good plus” condition, individual number 9771, with the original Geib Style Case

    This is an extremely fine sounding eleven-year-old guitar. Everything about an Eric Clapton model is inviting. The scalloped bracing (crossing 1 ½” or so from the soundhole) makes for a sound that is both boisterous and balanced, sumptuous and sonorous. The backstripe is a mosaic of wood parquetry; the top is subdued with medium aging toner; you get as much herringbone as your family actually needs – finely featured around the face and also around the soundhole.  This 000-28 can be yaws for only: $2499   **NOW ON HOLD**

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  16. Martin (used, 2012) D-41A Turbo Mandolin Brothers Custom

    Martin (used, 2012) D-41A Turbo Mandolin Brothers Custom

    Tag No 32-4231 Used
    #1508837, in “excellent” condition, with Martin Molded #640 case.

    This guitar sets the mood for the evening (or the weekend, or your lifetime) – lush, sensuous tone combines with enough volume that when one is playing it almost nobody in the room can hear themselves speak, or in some instances, even think.  It reaches a new level of what is possible in power and mellifluousness in a 6-string acoustic instrument.

    Our Price is $4,099.00.
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  17. Martin (new) 000-17SM 12-fret slothead acoustic guitar

    Martin (new) 000-17SM 12-fret slothead acoustic guitar

    Tag No 32-4226 New
    #1855896, with hard shell case.

    Resurrecting the look of the Martin 1920s Style 17 guitars, the new 17 Series features a shaded finish gloss Sitka spruce top, actual mahogany back and sides, and tortoise brown binding. The 000-17SM features a tight, 12-fret body and vintage slotted headstock for a truly one-of-a-kind instrument.

    Our Price is $1,649.00.
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  18. Martin (used, 2007) 00-42K2 Robbie Robertson Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (used, 2007) 00-42K2 Robbie Robertson Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4224 Used
    #1267855, individually numbered #58 of 100. This guitar is "near mint" condition - meaning that it is virtually new and unplayed.

    We love Hawaiian Koa.  It plays as smooth as silk and as fast as lightning.  What an incredible combination of materials, features and set-up.   Even Jay Coby (our local Singing Cowboy) came to our showroom and tried it and said “This is the good one!  This is the killer.”   And he should know after all, being that he is a singing cowboy. 

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  19. Eastman Strings (new) E20OM Rosewood Acoustic Guitar

    Eastman Strings (new) E20OM Rosewood Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4212 New
    #101145129, Solid Adirondack spruce top, solid rosewood sides & back, with hard shell case.

    Dynamically responsive this Orchestra Model guitar has a bona fide ebony fingerboard.  It purports extended volume range said to be ideal for ensemble playing, body binding is  herringbone, neck woods are mahogany; fingerboard is ebony, Zee nut, she is 1 ¾”, La Scale Length would be  25”; frets, there are 20 and they’re nickel–silver, inlays are of the  snowflake persuasion, bridge/saddle are respectively ebony and bone. It has a 2 5/32” string spacing at the bridge saddle; the tuners are chrome-plated, it comes with vintage open-gear Gotoh tuners, and the hard case is very likeable.  The Eastman List is $1500.

    Our Price is $1,199.00.
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  20. Eastman Strings (new) E10OM Acoustic Guitar

    Eastman Strings (new) E10OM Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4211 New
    #130531308, An outstanding instrument in Mahogany and Adirondack spruce, with hard shell case

    This solid Adirondack spruce top acoustic 6-string guitar has a 25" scale length, 1 3/4" nut width, and open-geared (unsigned) Gotoh tuners, and is housed in a nice plush lined hard shell case.    Interestingly, this imported from a land far, far away guitar, with its ultimate-choice level materials, is one of the best sounding and easiest playing instruments we have ever heard in this modest price range!

    Our Price is $1,099.00.
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