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Kamaka Concert (19246)
This is a custom ordered concert sized ukulele from the company that has been manufacturing ukuleles since 1916. This is their standard concert with upgraded with premium Koa wood top, back and sides and ebony fingerboard and bridge. Ordered new from Kamaka this uke is $1600. The instrument shows very little playing time.
OME Flora (20224)
Another winner from OME Banjos!! This beauty features an upgraded 12" cherry rim and neck, a rolled brass tone ring, aged brass hardware, a "Sweettone" tailpiece, a beautiful ebony fingerboard with an S-shaped scoop, abalone dot fretboard markers and flower inlay on the peghead and scoop, antiqued tuners with amber buttons, and a KILLER sound!
17 Frets w/scoop
1.34" Nut Width
Included in the sale is a new Superior hardcase with brown exterior and a plush green interior.
Gibson A2-Z (20090)
A spectacular oddity from the Gibson mandolin line, from 1923. The appointments on this piece of Gibson heritage are very unique. These include a pickguard on an A model with a snakehead peghead and "The Gibson," inscribed in the peghead. This model has a truss rod and the original pickguard. Adjustable ebony bridge. A fine player in quite impressive condition for its age and comes with the original hard shell case. A2Z in Gibson lore means in paraphrase, "our finest mandolin, from A to...
Santa Cruz D P/W (19438)
The Santa Cruz Dreadnaught Pre War’s powerful volume, overtones and rich presence is an epiphany to the uninitiated. There are no unnecessary design features on this model, simply the finest materials treated to SCGC’s state of the art lutherie. This instrument is the best value to be had in a professionally hand made guitar, period. Sitka spruce top, mahogany back, sides, and neck. An amazingly boomy and satisfying guitar to play. Comes with finely made custom made Santa Cruz hard case. ...
Gibson K-2 (19569)
A beautiful artifact from the Bass-end of the mandolin orchestra, highly suitable for modern styles of playing. We present a Gibson K-2 mandocello dating from 1920 perfectly paired with its original green-lined Geib hardcase with all the proper handles & hinges. A lush red sunburst immediately catches the eyes of any on-looker, combined with an equally nice stained red maple back and sides. 25" scale mahogany neck with soft "V" profile, ebony fingerboard with original frets/dot inlays, "The...
Gibson Granada/Style 5 Deluxe (19468)
Serial # 9261-8 from a batch of Granada tenor banjos with 40 hole raised head tone rings. Possibly from a custom order, this is a fine condition excellent quality banjo suitable for professional use on stage or in the studio. The walnut neck is a five string conversion with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, wreath inlay, wreath peghead inlay, marquetry on back of peghead, greenish pearloid edge trim. Style 5 Deluxe resonator beautifully figured walnut with wood purfling and greenish pearloid...
Luscomb Custom Presentation (18286)
Unsigned one of a kind Boston-made Luscomb presentation banjo and featured in America's Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century, from a private collection. A rare presentation model that derivates from the standard catalog models. 10 5/8 rim with former owner Maly Wales Matthews name inlaid in pearl script on the dowel stick, and initials inlaid in heel. Continuous presentation grade fingerboard pearl work almost identical to top of the line Haynes Bay State models 353/354. Snakewood...
Frederich Holtier Concert Traditional (17337)
This is a remarkably expressive guitar. This guitar was special ordered with Madagascar rosewood back and sides. The top is a very tight grained cedar with an exceptionally light bracing pattern. The Finish appears to be a light french polish with nearly no gloss and a very smooth feel to the back of the neck. The Waverly tuners work very smoothly, and allow for easy precise tuning. The top shows slight signs of playing wear on both sides of the sound hole and from changing strings. The tone is...