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  1. Gibson (used, 1990) Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar

    Gibson (used, 1990) Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4324 Used
    #92380364, "Limited Colours," Amber top, in “excellent” condition, with the original Gibson hard shell case.

    In 1990 Gibson advertised four limited and exciting colors for the Les Paul Standard.  First was translucent yellow (or amber) in August, translucent blue in September, translucent black in October, followed by translucent purple in November.   We know that this example was made on the 238th day of 1990, which is August 27th - hence the translucent yellow finish.

    Our Price is $2,475.00.
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  2. Martin (new) CEO-7 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (new) CEO-7 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4321 New
    #1867535, with hard shell case.

    We are impressed out of minds with the new 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.

    Reminiscent of models from the “Golden Era”, the CEO-7 features a sunburst finish, golden age tuners and authentic headplate lettering. This new 14-fret short scale OO “sloped shoulder” model features a solid Adirondack spruce top with solid genuine mahogany back and sides for complex tonality.

    Our Price is $2,349.00.
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  3. Martin (new) CEO-7 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (new) CEO-7 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4323 New
    #1795038, with hard shell case.

    We are impressed out of minds with the new 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.

    Reminiscent of models from the “Golden Era”, the CEO-7 features a sunburst finish, golden age tuners and authentic headplate lettering. This new 14-fret short scale OO “sloped shoulder” model features a solid Adirondack spruce top with solid genuine mahogany back and sides for complex tonality.

    Our Price is $2,349.00.
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  4. Roger Borys (used, 1983) BG120 16" Archtop

    Roger Borys (used, 1983) BG120 16" Archtop

    Tag No 32-4319 Used
    #BG31-64, in "excellent" condition, with the original hard shell case.

    Roger makes the professional quality archtops that have been played by the late Emily Remler and Larry Coryell among many other well-known young artists.

    Our Price is $4,499.00.
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  5. Gretsch ® (used, 2004) G6122 1959 Reissue Nashville Country Classic

    Gretsch ® (used, 2004) G6122 1959 Reissue Nashville Country Classic

    Tag No 32-4318 Used
    #JT04085667, walnut satin, TV Jones pickups, in “excellent plus” condition with the original hard shell case.

    Designed in cooperation with Chet Atkins’ longtime rhythm guitarist and close friend, Paul Yandell, the G6122-1959 Country Gentleman precisely replicates the world’s most famous ’59 6122 model—one of Atkins' personal favorite guitars. Features include handmade TV Jones® custom pickups, a slightly wider neck, Bigsby® B6GWST vibrato tailpiece with stationary arm and optional swivel arm.

    Our Price is $1,899.00.
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  6. Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Tag No 32-4297 New
    #2103215477, with Taylor gig bag. (They call it a "hard shell gig bag - but it's a gig bag.)

    The sapele 100 Series incorporates layered back and sides, which offer extra resilience to fluctuating climate conditions, and a slightly narrower 1 11/16-inch neck. It’s one of the best full-size guitars you’ll find for the money, especially with the availability of Taylor’s ES-T® pickup. It makes a viable performance tool, a great entry-level guitar, or a second utility guitar for alternate tunings.  The Taylor Retail Price is $ 1058

    Our Price is $799.00.
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  7. Gretsch ® (used, 1960) 6128 Duo Jet Electric Solidbody

    Gretsch ® (used, 1960) 6128 Duo Jet Electric Solidbody

    Tag No 32-4317 Used
    #34015, in Black,“excellent minus” condition, all original with the original hard shell case.

    Everything looks best in black and white!  This 6128 Duo Jet dates back to the earliest days of rock music.  It has a black top with contrasting white engraved pickguard, mahogany back and sides and chrome metal parts.  This guitar also has the first-in-’58 heel dowel on the back near the neck-body joint securing the neck joist.  The ebony neo-classic fingerboard has eight thumb print inlays, electronics configuration with a three-position tone-elector switch next to the pickup selector, space control roller bridge, Pat. Applied for FilterTron pickups, and white “Gretsch” engraved pickguard.

    Our Price is $5,365.00.
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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. McPherson (new) MG 4.0XP Manhattan Skyline in Art Deco

    McPherson (new) MG 4.0XP Manhattan Skyline in Art Deco

    Tag No 32-4299 New
    #MANHATTAN, a stunning masterpiece of the 1920s Manhattan Skyline inlaid on curly Brazilian Rosewood.

    The Manhattan is a full size McPherson featuring a beautiful Adirondack Red Spruce top fit into a "one of a kind" set of Brazilian Rosewood back and sides. The stunning Brazilian back art has been adorned with hand cut and inlaid pieces depicting Manhattan in the late 1920 era. The Adirondack Red Spruce and Brazilian Rosewood bracing compliments the body's tonewoods producing a rich complex tone.

    Our Cash Discount Price is $50,000.00.
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  11. Santa Cruz (used, 2006) Bob Brozman Baritone Acoustic Guitar

    Santa Cruz (used, 2006) Bob Brozman Baritone Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4298 Used
    #5133, in "excellent plus" condition with the original Ameritage Hard Shell case.

    This guitar provides any player the thump, definition and power to be able to be the alpha person in any room in which it is played.    One cannot help but think of the sterling performance work of John Allan Frink, noted song interpreter of Newark, DE, who uses a Brozman guitar to accompany himself and, in addition to being melodious beyond all description, it sounds like the typani section at the New York Philharmonic.     Its sound will astound; in its voice you'll rejoyce.

    Our Price is $4,119.00.
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  12. Rockbridge (used, 2009) Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar

    Rockbridge (used, 2009) Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4295 Used
    #207/09, Adirondack Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood back and sides, in “near mint” condition with Guardian hard shell case.

    Measurements · Body Size: Dreadnought · Scale: 25 in. (635 mm) · Nut Width: 1 11/16 in. (42.85 mm) · String Spacing: 2 1/8 in. (54 mm) · Body Length: 19 3/4 in. · Upper Bout: 11 1/4 in. · Lower Bout: 15 1/4 in. · Serial #: 207/09 · Body Depth @Neck Heel: 4 in. · Body Depth @Tail Block: 4 3/4 in. · Frets to body: 14 · Woods & Trim · Back/Sides: Brazilian Rosewood · Top Wood: Adirondack Red Spruce · Fingerboard: Ebony · Neck Wood: Mahogany 

    Our Price is $5,399.00.
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  13. Gibson (used, 1958) ES225TD Natural Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar

    Gibson (used, 1958) ES225TD Natural Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4294 Used
    #T398716,

    According to our beloved Wikipedia, which derives its research from books by Tom Wheeler and Andre’ Duchossoir: “The Gibson ES-225 is a thinline hollowbody electric guitar model produced by the Gibson Guitar Corporation between 1955 and 1959. It is notable as the first thinline hollowbody guitar produced by Gibson.

    Our Price is $5,075.00.
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  14. Taylor (new) 416ce Acoustic Electric Guitar

    Taylor (new) 416ce Acoustic Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4283 New
    #1103095095, with hard shell case.

    The sonic power and depth of Taylor’s Grand Symphony body shape, especially in the lower mids, add girth and sustain to the overall voice. The cutaway ovangkol/spruce 416ce makes a bold strummer, yielding meaty midrange and strong treble notes, and its responsiveness to a light touch gives players a dynamic range to explore.  The Taylor Retail Price is $2918

    Our Price is $2,199.00.
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  15. Taylor (new) 816CE Grand Symphony

    Taylor (new) 816CE Grand Symphony

    Tag No 32-4285 New
    #1103105130, with hard shell case.

    Slightly bigger than Taylor’s Grand Auditorium body style, the Grand Symphony 816ce yields a powerful and rich sound without sacrificing bell-like articulation. It makes a potent strummer, and dynamic fingerstylists will enjoy the thick, full-bodied character of the notes. As part of Taylor’s 800 Series revoicing package for 2014, the GS will sound even richer with more low-end rumble.   The Taylor Retail Price is $4498

    Our Price is $3,499.00.
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  16. Taylor (new) 514ce Acoustic Electric

    Taylor (new) 514ce Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4284 New
    #1103045097, with hard shell case.

    Mahogany yields its inspiring tone readily, with a strong, breathy midrange and a fundamental focus. A cedar top imparts extra warmth to complement that voice and slightly lowers the overall volume ceiling compared to a denser spruce or mahogany top. The cutaway 514ce is a perennial favorite with singer-songwriters and light-to-medium strummers for its blend of warmth and compression, and Taylor’s Expression System® 2 pickup delivers superb amplified tone. The Retail Price $3,378

    Our Price is $2,599.00.
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  17. Santa Cruz (used, 1996) Tony Rice Custom "1934D Hybrid" Acoustic Guitar

    Santa Cruz (used, 1996) Tony Rice Custom "1934D Hybrid" Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4288 Used
    #1628, in "near mint" condition with a black exterior/ red interior Calton Deluxe Hard Shell case.

    We present to you one of the finest and most handsome interpretations of a Tony Rice Custom, or what we fondly refer to as a Hybrid “1934D” Tony Rice Custom.   This guitar was born a Tony Rice Pro – which is made with a European Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood back and sides.  Sometime around 2012, the previous owner noticed that the top was slowly changing shape and Santa Cruz offered to re-top it under warranty.  Instead of replacing the European top with another of its kind, the owner decided to upgrade both the top and the bracing to that of 1934D Master Grade Adirondack which was the best in stock at the time.   *NOW ON HOLD*

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  18. Martin (used, 2007) 00-21 Kingston Trio Ltd Edition 50th Anniversary

    Martin (used, 2007) 00-21 Kingston Trio Ltd Edition 50th Anniversary

    Tag No 32-4287 Used
    #1241443, individual #20 of 100 made, in excellent plus condition, with the original hard shell case.

    This guitar is in what we call “excellent plus” condition. The only thing separating this guitar from the term "near mint" are three or four small dings (some of which we may be able to buff out completely) that are only visible if you reflect the glossy top against the light. It is a superb guitar in very clean condition.

    Our Price is $3,599.00.
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  19. Martin (used, 1999) HD28LSV Adi Top Acoustic Electric

    Martin (used, 1999) HD28LSV Adi Top Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4286 Used
    #715051, in excellent minus condition, with added under saddle passive electronics, and molded hard shell case.

    Made from 1997 to 2005, this model was based on the D-35 Tony Rice made famous.  It has a large soundhole (LSV=Large Soundhole Vintage) which allows for a more responsive and booming sound.  Fun Fact:  In May of 2000, Martin changed the top wood and bracing from Adirondack to Sitka; this guitar was made before that change and sports an Adi top.

    Our Price is $2,885.00.
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  20. Bourgeois (used, 2002) LC4 Limited Edition Archtop

    Bourgeois (used, 2002) LC4 Limited Edition Archtop

    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 is $11,499.00.
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