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  1. Walker (used, 2000) Style A Special Rosewood Jumbo Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Walker (used, 2000) Style A Special Rosewood Jumbo

    Tag No 32-4016 Used Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #140, East Indian rosewood and Bearclaw spruce, in excellent plus condition showing only a few small signs of use and wear, with Cedar Creek (custom) original hard shell case.

    This guitar was made by one of the finest individual builders of guitars known to us (and known to anybody else).   Features include utterly gorgeous bearclaw Sitka spruce for the face, having 17” full sized jumbo body, straight-grained East Indian rosewood sides and back.  It has a 1 ¾” nut width, snowflake and cats-eye fingerboard inlays in an ebony fingerboard which is bordered on each side in maple.  

    Our Discount Price is $19,584.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $18,995.00.
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  2. McPherson (new) MG 3.5XP Wide Neck

    McPherson (new) MG 3.5XP Wide Neck

    Tag No 32-4002 New
    #2341, Adirondack "Red" Spruce top and East Indian Rosewood back and sides, electronics with Ameritage hard shell case.

    Per the requirements of the manufacturer, McPherson guitars can be shipped to their destination only by UPS Next Day Air or Messenger Service.

    Our Discount Price is $7,320.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $7,100.00.
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  3. Martin (new) 00018 - Redesigned for 2014

    Martin (new) 00018 - Redesigned for 2014

    Tag No 32-3936 New
    #1782986, with hard shell case.

    Carrying a distinct vintage-inspired design and updated like the D-18 a few years ago, the redesigned 000-18 offers many of the features found in our pre-war era guitars. The 000-18, which has a beautiful aging toned top in Sitka spruce, is married with mahogany back and sides. The body is edged with tortoise binding and complemented with a polished finish. 
    The Martin List Price is $2899

    Our price is $2,199.00.
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  4. Collings (used, 1998) D1AV Acoustic Guitar

    Collings (used, 1998) D1AV Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3930 Used
    #3971, in very good plus condition with original hard shell case.

    The square-shouldered 14-fret dreadnought is the most popular steel-string acoustic guitar body shape in the world. While Collings is certainly not the only company to build them, they bring a new tonal clarity to the depth and warmth usually associated with such a large, deep-bodied guitar. Although its bass response makes the dreadnought ideal for vocal accompaniment, Collings versions are also often employed by bluegrass flatpickers who must compete with inherently louder instruments such as banjos and fiddles.

    Our Discount Price is $3,450.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,350.00.
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  5. D'Angelico (new) EX-SS Semi Hollow Single Cutaway in Vintage Sunbur

    D'Angelico (new) EX-SS Semi Hollow Single Cutaway in Vintage Sunbur

    Tag No 32-3855 New
    #KS13086216, with hard shell case.

    With a pure jazz sound that can only come from its laminated flamed maple construction, the EX-SS will satisfy all the needs of the seasoned guitar player. Being nothing short of perfection from top to bottom, the EX-SS model ensures that the D’Angelico brand is back with no signs of slowing down.

    Our Price is $1,599.00.
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  6. Collings (new) D-2H Acoustic Guitar

    Collings (new) D-2H Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3846 New
    #22776, with deluxe hard shell case.

    This is the Collings interpretation of the prewar powerhouse dreadnought, being comprised of East Indian rosewood back and sides with a Sitka spruce top and mahogany neck, advanced X, forward shifted bracing, having a squared (very squared) headstock shape, the “Collings” logo in script multi-colored pearl inlay in its exotic striped ebony headplate.  It is a guitar to give up, for the rest of the year, those rich 5-course lunches. Bursting with flavor and nuance, it is the culmination of the waking dream.

    Our Discount Price is $3,665.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,555.00.
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  7. Flammang (new) J-35 acoustic slope-shoulder 14-fret guitar

    Flammang (new) J-35 acoustic slope-shoulder 14-fret guitar

    Tag No 32-3812 New
    #221 , sunburst Adirondack spruce top, Honduras mahogany, with plush lined, hard shell, Deluxe Guardian hard shell case

    When this guitar first came over to our showroom Eric Jay, our chief salesperson, said “You have got to try this instrument!  It competes head to head with our 1939 Gibson Jumbo 35.”    Of course, the prewar Gibson J-35 is around ten thousand dollars, and this guitar is slightly more than half that price.   In addition, this instrument is unbelievably beautiful; its top is finished in a three tone mellow sunburst last encountered in some of the original paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci.

    Our Discount Price is $5,773.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $5,600.00.
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  8. Martin (new) D16A Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (new) D16A Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3955 New
    #1710736, with hard shell case.

    The D-16 Adirondack acoustic guitar fills the room with a rich acoustic tone. Constructed with a solid Adirondack spruce top and finished in a polished gloss that perfectly complements its solid genuine mahogany back and sides, this pairing of balanced tonewoods adds just the right amount of warmth to the sound. The D-16 Adirondack is truly a guitar you'll want to pass along for generations.  The Martin List Price is $2799

    Our Price is $2,099.00.
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  9. 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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  10. Taylor (new) 914ce in Honey Sunburst

    Taylor (new) 914ce in Honey Sunburst

    Tag No 32-3633 New
    #1111133097, top of the standard Taylor line guitar, just beautiful - with deluxe hard shell case.

    The upper echelon of Taylor rosewood models features the popular “Cindy” inlay, Indian rosewood binding, red purfling accents, and abalone top trim that also borders the fretboard extension. Among the three classes of rosewood guitars, the fine detailing of the 900 Series sets it apart with exceptional design sophistication.  The Taylor List Price is $5858

    Our Price is $4,499.00.
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  11. Goodall (new) RCJCA Rosewood Concert Jumbo Cutaway

    Goodall (new) RCJCA Rosewood Concert Jumbo Cutaway

    Tag No 32-3553 New
    #RCJC6240, with Adirondack spruce top and with Deluxe Ameritage hard shell case.

    James Goodall, now of Ft. Bragg, California, is one of the finest guitar makers in the U. S. of A.  His guitars sparkle with enchantment, producing a veritable waterfall of notes that ring down in an entirely kaleidoscopic manner – one shimmery cut diamond falling over another – until the player and his or her audience is dizzy from the scintillation.      There are few other new flattop guitars we can so earnestly espouse, genuinely and without equivocation.   One listen, even a tiny one, and you’ll be hooked for life (well, that sounds unpleasant, I must say).

    Our Discount Price is $7,516.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $7,290.00.
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  12. 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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  13. Gibson (used, 1950) TG-50 Archtop Tenor Guitar

    Gibson (used, 1950) TG-50 Archtop Tenor Guitar

    Tag No 32-3550 Used
    #52959, sunburst top, uniform brown back, sides and neck, in good condition with a newer zipper gigbag.

    Tenor guitars are, in general, few and far between; archtop Gibson tenor guitars are even less likely to turn up.   Not that there is anything wrong with turnips.  When cooked properly they are delicious.   This has a black overlain headstock, a nut width of  1 1/8”, a typical Gibson tailpiece with raised diamond which was machined to have four additional slots in it.  It can just as easily take 4 strings.

    Our Discount Price is $1,953.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $1,895.00.
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  14. Martin (used, 1891) 1-26 Parlor, Circa 1892

    Martin (used, 1891) 1-26 Parlor, Circa 1892

    Tag No 32-3554 Used
    #ISI2132, Brazilian rosewood and fine, hand selected spruce, in very good condition with its original coffin-shaped case.

    We present a C F Martin & Co. (used, June 1892) Style 1-26 "parlor" guitar, having no actual serial number but we had thought that the penciled date of “6/98” might have been written under the top.  Rick Turner, writing about a different example of this model, says:  "[The] Martin 1-26, with original coffin case is a perfect example of what has made the Martin name so revered by so many guitarists.  The choice and use of materials, design and construction are all exquisite.  

    Our Discount Price is $6,701.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $6,500.00.
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  15. Martin (used, 1925)  0-21 Acoustic Guitar

    Martin (used, 1925) 0-21 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3483 Used
    #22876, in very good plus condition with original hard shell case.

    The Martin 0-21 was a Concert Size guitar – today considered a small body but back then considered standard – whose body width at the lower bout is 13 11/16”.   It has a nut width measurement of 1 13/16th” and a bridge string spacing of 2 7/16th”.   The scale length, which is the distance between the nut and the bridge saddle, is short at 24 ¾”.   

    Our Discount Price is $5,671.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $5,500.00.
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  16. Bob Gramann (used, 2011) Rapidan Small Body Acoustic Guitar

    Bob Gramann (used, 2011) Rapidan Small Body Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3389 Used
    #69, in excellent original condition with black exterior, burgundy plush interior hard shell case.

    Mr. Gramann hails from Fredericksburg, VA and the carrying case, which bears his sticker on the front side, was made in Canada.    This small-bodied guitar (13 ¾” at the lower bout, 8 ½” at the waist, 9 7/8” at the upper bout), has the look and feel of a parlor guitar. It is 39” in total length; has a short scale of 24.9” nut to saddle; a nut width of 1 7/8” and a bridge string spacing of 2 5/16th”, so with the wide neck it has the feel of a turn-of-the-century parlor guitar as well.

    Our Discount Price is $2,159.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $2,095.00.
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  17. Rickenbacker (new) 381/12V69 in FireGlo

    Rickenbacker (new) 381/12V69 in FireGlo

    Tag No 32-3323 New
    #1327721, with hard shell case.

    Basically the same design as the 381V69 but with 12 strings. Derived from a design dating back to 1957, this guitar is memorable for its hand-carved arch top and back. Employing only premium 'charactered' Maple, model 381/12V69 has a full bound body with 'checked' binding and extreme double cutaways, along with a bound crescent sound hole to complete this exquisite guitar.  The Rickenbacker Retail Price is $5409

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  18. Rickenbacker (new) 381/12V69 in FireGlo

    Rickenbacker (new) 381/12V69 in FireGlo

    Tag No 32-3315 New
    #1327718, with hard shell case.

    Basically the same design as the 381V69 but with 12 strings. Derived from a design dating back to 1957, this guitar is memorable for its hand-carved arch top and back. Employing only premium 'charactered' Maple, model 381/12V69 has a full bound body with 'checked' binding and extreme double cutaways, along with a bound crescent sound hole to complete this exquisite guitar.  The Rickenbacker Retail Price is $5409  

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  19. Martin (used, 1903) Model 00-42

    Martin (used, 1903) Model 00-42

    Tag No 32-3217 Used
    #9661, pearl inlaid acoustic guitar, in excellent plus condition, in a natural Adirondack spruce top, sides and back of Brazilian rosewood, with a newer hard shell case.

    One person who has recently experienced this guitar has written to say “I remember when I first read about how this nearly legendary 1903 Martin 00-42 came into the showroom (yes, I know – every day is Antiques Roadshow® at Mandolin Brothers).  You had said something about opening the case in the shop for the first time to a chorus of audible gasps from those standing nearby.  The wood grain (probably from an 1870 harvest), the ivory, the tuning pegs!

    Our Discount Price is $25,775.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $25,000.00.
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  20. Bourgeois (new) Country Boy OM Acoustic Guitar Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Bourgeois (new) Country Boy OM Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3238 New Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #6376, Adirondack spruce top with mahogany back and sides, with hard shell case.

    Per the Bourgeois website:  mahogany has a quick velocity of sound, relatively lightness of weight, and noticeable midrange overtone attenuation. As a result, mahogany guitars have their own sound. Warm, dry, woody, not particularly complex, but direct, lively, and famously easy to record.   On this guitar the top is Adirondack, the back is mahogany, the rosette is wood, the body bindings are tortoise, the purflings are black/maple top border; the backstripe is black line, the head shape is square with diamond dart, the headplate is Ziricote.  

    Our Discount Price is $3,893.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $3,775.00.
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