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  1. McPherson (new) MG 4.0XP Manhattan Skyline in Art Deco Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

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

    Tag No 32-4299 New Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #MANHATTAN, a stunning masterpiece of the 1920s Manhattan Skyline inlaid on curly Brazilian Rosewood.

    "The fit and finish of a McPherson guitar is unsurpassed. It does not look, feel, play, or sound quite like any other guitar. But this Manhattan Skyline model is exceptional even by the standards set at McPherson.

    The late Stan Jay was known for his preference for traditional fretted instruments. But he absolutely loved McPherson’s guitars, above and beyond any other modern innovator of progressive luthiery, and he proudly bought a fine example for his very own. Stan ordered this Manhattan Skyline guitar to sell, among many other McPhersons. But he did not live to see it completed."  - T. Spoon Phillips at One Man's Guitar 

    Our Cash Discount Price is $50,000.00.
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  2. 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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  3. 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.

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Martin (used, 1999) HD28LSV Adi Top Acoustic Electric Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Martin (used, 1999) HD28LSV Adi Top Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4286 Used Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #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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  8. 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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  9. Paul Reed Smith (used, 2007) SC-245 Sunburst Electric Guitar

    Paul Reed Smith (used, 2007) SC-245 Sunburst Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4280 Used
    #7124519, in excellent condition with the original rectangular hard shell case.

    Only made from 2008 to 2009, this fine flamed guitar has a 2-piece carved maple “10 top” (which is means that the figure across its entire top has no "dead" spots) with mahogany back and sides and a rosewood fingerboard with 9 birds decreasing in definition as you descend towards the bridge.

    Our Price is $2,075.00.
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  10. Paul Reed Smith (used, 2002) Santana 2 Electric Guitar

    Paul Reed Smith (used, 2002) Santana 2 Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4279 Used
    #263047, Smoked Cherry Burst, in excellent condition, with the original hard shell case.

    Discontinued by 2007, this second incarnation of the PRS Santana has a jaw dropping amount of tiger striped flame maple on the top with mahogany back, sides and neck.  The fingerboard is made from that highly sought after wood, known to some as dalbergia nigra inlaid with 10 abalone birds.  The neck is referred as the “Santana wide fat” and is sometimes referred to as a “baseball bat” although it is not as thick as a 50’s Tele (which we consider to be the real Louisville Slugger).

    Our Price is $5,155.00.
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  11. Martin (new) DCPA4 Shaded Top Acoustic Electric

    Martin (new) DCPA4 Shaded Top Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4270 New
    #1861610, with hard shell case.

    The DCPA4 adds more tonal color and variety. The model features a 14-fret cutaway with fast and comfortable Performing Artist profile necks, and Fishman’s F1 Analog onboard electronics. Perfect for any performing artist.  RETAIL PRICE $1949

    Our Price is $1,499.00.
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  12. 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.

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  13. Eastman Strings (new) E20P Parlor Acoustic Guitar

    Eastman Strings (new) E20P Parlor Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4343 New
    #10645021, with hard shell case.

    Surprisingly large voice and warm, balanced tone. Solid adirondack spruce top, solid rosewood sides & back with ebony fingerboard for a dynamic response. Popular choice for fingerstyle playing and slide.

    Our Price is $1,199.00.
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  14. Guild® (used, 2011) GAD30E OM Mahogany

    Guild® (used, 2011) GAD30E OM Mahogany

    Tag No 32-4266 Used
    #GAD47715, with the original hard shell case.

    In excellent plus condition with a Fishman Matrix pickup, natural finish, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, 1-3/4” nut width, mahogany neck, maple binding, pearl dot inlay and the original brown hard shell case.

    Our Price is $699.00.
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  15. Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Tag No 32-4261 New
    #2102245312, with 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.

    Our Price is $799.00.
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  16. Cordoba (new) Dolce 7/8 Size Classical Guitar

    Cordoba (new) Dolce 7/8 Size Classical Guitar

    Tag No 32-4184 New
    #11403861, with gig bag.

    Slightly smaller than a standard guitar (7/8 size, 630mm scale length), the Córdoba Dolce is a great guitar for anyone looking for a lightweight, comfortable, and easy playing instrument. It is built with the traditional Spanish fan bracing, a solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides. To adjust the string height on this guitar, use the truss rod that is included in the neck.

    Our Price is $330.00.
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  17. Gibson (used, 1954) Les Paul Gold Top Electric Guitar

    Gibson (used, 1954) Les Paul Gold Top Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4008 Used
    #4 1432, all original, in excellent condition, with the original hard shell case.

    This is a glorious and beautiful Gibson solid body electric guitar from the golden period of the 1950s.   It is largely factory original condition with few and minor aberrations, and would be the prize that awaits a player who is seeking to document his or her success in life with a rare and desirable, collectible, memorable and powerful music machine from the “golden” period (pun intended).

    Our Cash Discount Price is $24,699.00.
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  18. Gibson (used, 1953) Les Paul Gold Top Electric Guitar

    Gibson (used, 1953) Les Paul Gold Top Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4268 Used
    #3 2784, excellent condition, all original (the bridge on the guitar is a replacement but the original resides in the case pocket) with the original hard shell case.

    As they become through normal aging and playing, the top is crazed, the back is belt buckled.   The gold top finish is dinged and nicked.  Pickups and electronic components are original.  Most of the hardware is showing normal yet slight corrosion.   These are deficiencies you expect on a 62-year-old Les Paul, the main thing is that it looks utterly great, plays effortlessly and sounds like the thunder rolling in over the Rockies.

    Our Cash Discount Price is $23,999.00.
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  19. Gibson (used, 2013) Les Paul Standard Premium Plus Top

    Gibson (used, 2013) Les Paul Standard Premium Plus Top

    Tag No 32-4258 Used
    #105030457, in “excellent” condition, Honey Burst, with the original Gibson hard shell case.

    The inimitable LPS as it is known to not only its friends but also the Gibson Company in their Shopkeepers Unit lingo, has the rich, powerful tone and superior sustain that musicians use to share the center of the stage with no one.   It can, they say, also be used in the performance of Jazz (Les Paul himself certainly did that) and other forms of music (except, well, maybe Gregorian Chants but we haven’t tried that and can’t be sure it wouldn’t fit in).

    Our Price is $2,095.00.
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  20. Martin (new) 028VS 12-fret slothead Vintage Series

    Martin (new) 028VS 12-fret slothead Vintage Series

    Tag No 32-4257 New
    #1856293, with Geib model 515 plush lined reissue-style hard shell case.

    It is with considerable personal happiness that we display to you a wonderful scalloped braced thing with a 1 7/8” first fret fingerboard width, a squared, slotted headstock with the old, small, script C F Martin & Co. headstock decal, actual Waverly brand nickel-plated side-mounted tuning machines with nickel butterbean buttons, a short scale of 24.9” nut to saddle, bone components for the tone of doom, grained ivoroid body bindings and butt splice (or wedgie), a zipper wood marquetry backstripe and a diamond carved dart behind the nart.

    Our Price is $3,649.00.
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