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  1. Gibson (used, 1981) ES-175D in Natural Electric Archtop

    Gibson (used, 1981) ES-175D in Natural Electric Archtop

    Tag No 32-4154 Used
    #80981030, in excellent condition with an Epiphone hard shell case.

    As you know, the ES-175 has held an important role in the professional lives of Pat Metheny, Steve Howe, Herb Ellis and, of course, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day.    This guitar fulfills the dream of the working jazz practitioner who needs to get the finest sound possible out of a modestly priced vintage instrument.

    Our Price is $2,899.00.
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  2. Gibson (used, 2001) ES-175 Electric Archtop Guitar

    Gibson (used, 2001) ES-175 Electric Archtop Guitar

    Tag No 32-4145 Used
    #01821520, in Vintage Sunburst, in excellent condition, with the original hard shell case.

    16” maple laminate body with flame maple back and sides, Solid mahogany neck; solid rosewood fingerboard; flame maple top sides and back; dual-parallelogram mother of pearl fingerboard inlay and thistle peghead inlay; triple bound top, bound back.  The scale length is 24-3/4 and the nut width 1-3/4”.

    Our Price is $3,150.00.
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  3. D'Angelico (used, 2007) EXL-1 Excel Archtop guitar in Vintage Sunburst

    D'Angelico (used, 2007) EXL-1 Excel Archtop guitar in Vintage Sunburst

    Tag No 32-4086 Used
    #051060013, Japaneese made, this guitar is in excellent condition showing only a few minor dings on the back, with the original hard shell case.

    17" Acoustic Archtop in excellent condition, with a Kent Armstrong floating Humbucking pickup, Sunburst, Flamed Maple body, Hard maple neck, 25.5" scale length, ebony fingerboard & bridge, 1-11/16" nut width,  Gold Grover Imperial tuners, and hard shell case.

    Our Price is $1,300.00.
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  4. Campellone (used, 2012) EP Series Archtop

    Campellone (used, 2012) EP Series Archtop

    Tag No 32-4063 Used
    #4321212, Amber Sunburst Finish, in excellent condition, 1 ¾” nut, built-in Gibson ’57 Classic Reissue humbucker and deluxe Cedar Creek hard shell case.

    A 15" guitar designed for gigging - features a solid carved top and a laminated back, a short scale neck and a floating pickup - basically a guitar which has the same response characteristics as a full size archtop, but a more compact and affordable package. You're probably aware that a few other builders/manufacturers have similar offerings, though most of those have all-laminated construction. Mark’s is somewhat unique because of the its solid carved top. This new model is a great choice for the working musician.

    Our Discount Price is $3,199.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,100.00.
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  5. Mortoro (used, 1997) Starling - Il Storno Archtop Guitar

    Mortoro (used, 1997) Starling - Il Storno Archtop Guitar

    Tag No 32-3572 Used
    #2897, model archtop, violin orange finish, all solid wood construction - carved - with a floating Benedetto black pickup and with original hard shell case.

    Bob Benedetto has said:   “Exceptional archtop guitarmakers such as Gary Mortoro never go unnoticed. Instinctively he creates a fine player's jazz guitar.”     Here is the description of this guitar from Gary Mortoro’s website:  “Elegant ‘bird’ soundholes in the upper and lower bout and a ‘bird’ cutout on the side of the upper bout sets the Starling in a category by itself, where form and function merge into an instrument of exquisite sound and incomparable aesthetic design.

    Our Discount Price is $4,795.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $4,650.00.
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  6. Buscarino (used, 1997) 18” Virtuoso Archtop guitar

    Buscarino (used, 1997) 18” Virtuoso Archtop guitar

    Tag No 32-3571 Used
    #B0339697 , in violin finish, floating pickup, in excellent plus condition, with plush lined hard shell case.

    About this model, the builder writes:  “As the crown jewel of our Archtop Collection the Virtuoso is the standard by which all other archtops are set. Built to the most exacting standards, only the finest and highest grade materials are utilized for the crafting of this exquisite instrument. With the plethora of choices available on this guitar from highly figured and exotic woods to unique inlays and custom colors the only limit is your imagination. As much of a pleasure to look at as it is to play the Virtuoso is the perfect blend of brains and beauty which is a devastating combination that is hard to beat.”

    Our Discount Price is $15,459.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $14,995.00.
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  7. Benedetto (used, 1989) Manhattan Model

    Benedetto (used, 1989) Manhattan Model

    Tag No 32-3564 Used
    #17289, honey blonde, in excellent original condition with a newer red Calton hard shell case.

    According to Mr. Benedetto's book, How to Build an Archtop Guitar, this very Manhattan was originally sold to Mandolin Brothers, Ltd. in April 1989.   It appears to be the second "Manhattan" made by Bob for and was, at that time, destined for a customer named John Z.  Although it shows extremely minor signs of playing time, the guitar is overall in excellent condition. The neck is straight.  This is a bona fide Bob Benedetto hand-made Manhattan, the more cosmopolitan style 17” full body archtop for which this builder is well known.  It sounds marvelous and is a pleasure to play and behold.

    Our Discount Price is $12,367.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $11,995.00.
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  8. Comins (used, 2003) Chester Avenue 17 inches wide Archtop Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Comins (used, 2003) Chester Avenue 17 inches wide Archtop

    Tag No 32-3311 Used Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #0137, in excellent plus, in apricot’burst finish, with floating humbucking pickup, in a TKL black Tolex-covered 5-ply black TKL plush lined hard shell case.

    This guitar is finished in the beautiful apricot ‘burst which is sort of like an autumn’burst finish.   We present for your consideration another superb, hand-made, archtop from the Master Builder of Abington, Pennsylvania.  It was made with the wood binding upgrade, said binding being cocobolo, which resembles, in a great many ways, Brazilian rosewood.  It has been set-up by our repair staff (and their reputation is known literally all over the USA and beyond) and so it plays perfectly.  Our Discount Price is $11,335.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $10,995.00.

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  9. Koontz (used, 1972) SK-1 acoustic-electric archtop guitar This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Koontz (used, 1972) SK-1 acoustic-electric archtop guitar Now on Sale!

    Tag No 48-4841 Used
    #2030, 3-tone sunburst, in excellent condition with black hard shell, presumably original, plush lined case.

    Sam Koontz was a guitar builder who was decades ahead of his time. Regrettably, he died while young but his instruments, in extremely short supply, have become legendary. This is a large body standard design acoustic archtop bearing a DeArmond gold-plated floating pickup in the position just below the end of the 5-ply bordered ebony fingerboard.
    WAS $41,234 NOW ON SALE FOR:

    Our Discount Price is $19,995.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $19,395.00.
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