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  1. Eastman Strings (new) AR371CE Electric Archtop

    Eastman Strings (new) AR371CE Electric Archtop

    Tag No 32-4339 New
    #11045007, blonde, with hard shell case.

    Laminated maple top, back and sides. Rosewood bridge, tailpiece, pickguard and fretboard with vintage tone with superior midrange and volume. Classic Florentine cutaway, mounted humbucking pickup design.

    Our Price is $899.00.
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  2. Comins (used, 2000) 17" Concert Archtop Acoustic Electric

    Comins (used, 2000) 17" Concert Archtop Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4332 Used
    #0089, excellent plus condition with the original hard shell case.

    We present for your consideration another superb, hand-made, archtop from the Master Builder of Abington, Pennsylvania.   While partaking of its ineffable beauty and sonic resplendence, a dexterous player may swoon from the unceasing pleasure.   Made completely by the hand of a single illustrious crafter, this 17” jazz monolith has a carved and solid Sitka spruce top, equally carved and solid big leaf maple back and sides and finished in natural.

    Our Price is $6,999.00.
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  3. Gretsch ® (used, 2011) G6120AM Chet Atkins Hollowbody Amber Flame

    Gretsch ® (used, 2011) G6120AM Chet Atkins Hollowbody Amber Flame

    Tag No 32-4315 Used
    #JT11124810, in "near mint" condition with the original hard shell case.

    This modern version of the classic 6120 Chet Atkins Hollow Body guitar features a 16”-wide, 2 ½”-deep hollow body, rock maple neck, ebony fingerboard with Neo-Classic™ thumbnail inlays, dual High Sensitive Filter’Tron™ pickups, Grover® Rotomatic® tuners, Adjusto-Matic™ bridge and Bigsby® B6G vibrato tailpiece.

    This guitar is flawless.  It is free from any signs of use or wear and what we call “near mint” (which is a term we don’t use lightly!).  A new model sells for $2800 - this one can be yours for much less!

    Our Price is $1,855.00.
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  4. Gibson (used, 1953) L-50 Acoustic Archtop

    Gibson (used, 1953) L-50 Acoustic Archtop

    Tag No 32-4301 Used
    #Z228424, in “very good plus” condition, with newer Guardian hard shell case.

    This rather nice, well preserved, guitar  was made during the heyday of dedication to a high ideal and creativity that occurred in the 1950s, one of the finer periods of American fretted instrument history.   It plays easily and sounds incredible.

    Our Price is $1,799.00.
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  5. Bourgeois (used, 2002) LC4 Limited Edition Archtop This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Bourgeois (used, 2002) LC4 Limited Edition Archtop Now on Sale!

    Tag No 32-4282 Used
    #002363, in "mint" condition (a word we don't use lightly),individual #10 of 12 made, with the original TKL brand hard shell case.

    Per the Bourgeois website:  The 16 3/4" x 3" A-350 is a carved, cutaway archtop. The elegant yet simply appointed, hand crafted instruments are individually signed by Dana Bourgeois.  Known primarily for his stellar flattop guitars, Dana built his first archtop in 1982. Although production of these guitars has been limited, Bourgeois archtops are loved and played by various artists including Darren Vincent, guitarist with Ricky Skaggs.  OUR PRICE WAS $11,499 BUT NOW REDUCED: 

    Our SALE Price is $10,499.00.
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  6. Gibson (used, 1925) L-3 Acoustic Archtop Concert Size

    Gibson (used, 1925) L-3 Acoustic Archtop Concert Size

    Tag No 32-4269 Used
    #82533, in “very good plus” condition, 13.5 inches wide, with the original hard shell case with newer handle.

    The Gibson L-3 model was made in 1902 and discontinued by 1933.  Introduced in three body sizes:  Standard (12.5”), concert (13.5”) or grand concert (16”) and made with a round hole, switching over to an oval hole in 1927.  This guitar has a round sound hole which has two surrounding inlaid rings.  The ivoroid bound top is spruce with maple back and sides, bound ebony fretboard, 13 frets to the body, sunburst finish with a 1-3/4” nut.  The headstock bears “The Gibson” in pearl script written horizontally across the top of the headstock.

    NOW ON HOLD

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  7. Eastman Strings (used, 2004) AR810ce Uptown Archtop

    Eastman Strings (used, 2004) AR810ce Uptown Archtop

    Tag No 32-4221 Used
    #540, in Classic finish, “excellent” condition, with the original black hard shell case.

    The choice of woods and the time-honored processes followed to craft these guitars create an acoustic tone that is heralded in several countries. Chords are full and complex while single notes are crisp and well-defined. A Kent Armstrong pickup compliments the sound and delivers a smooth balanced tone. The gold and ebony fittings provide form and function and the traditional finish.   The Uptown series of guitars put Eastman on the archtop map, if they say so themselves, and if you can even find an archtop map.

    Our Price is $1,699.00.
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  8. Mortoro (used, 1997) Starling - Il Storno Archtop Guitar This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Mortoro (used, 1997) Starling - Il Storno Archtop Guitar Now on Sale!

    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 PRICE WAS $4795 BUT NOW ON SALE FOR:

    Our SALE Discount Price is $4,015.00 and Our SALE Cash Discount Price is $3,895.00.
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  9. Buscarino (used, 1997) Virtuoso Archtop guitar This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Buscarino (used, 1997) Virtuoso Archtop guitar Now on Sale!

    Tag No 32-3571 Used
    #B0339697 , in violin finish, 18", 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 PRICE WAS $15,459 BUT NOW ON SALE FOR:

    Our SALE Discount Price is $13,400.00 and Our SALE Cash Discount Price is $12,999.00.
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  10. 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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