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December 2014

Unmarked Used Dreadnought Case (19843)

Knutsen Harp Guitar (19765)

By the time Norwegian immigrant Chris J. Knutsen attended the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in 1909, Knutsen was well established as a builder/innovator of stringed instruments of the harp-guitar...

Mortillaro RM-2 (19838)

This is a beautiful guitar fresh off the bench of Robert Mortillaro. This guitar is dressed to the 9s in transparent red sparkle. The light weight body keeps this guitar very well balanced and the...

Gibson EB-0 (19836)

All mahogany SG body with double cutaway, LOUD single pickup with adjustable pole pieces. All original hardware including bridge, pick cover, thumb guard has been replaced and added to the pickguard....

Vega Tenor Banjo Case (19837)

Original hardcase for a Vega tenor banjo. Green interior with Vega stamp intact. 34" overall length, 13" width, 3" depth. Missing case pocket, and handle has been replaced with a rope.

Huss and Dalton D-M (18713)

This is a really special guitar form the early years of Huss and Dalton. Hand signed tag by the builders. This mahogany dreadnaught is masterfully built and clean as a whistle on the inside. The...

Douglas Unger/A. C. Fairbanks Special Electric (19834)

This instrument began life as a RARE Electric banjo mandolin from the early 1900s. The heavy 10-1/8" rim is fully spun with the scalloped tone ring. Original Electrics are great players with a bit...

Eastman E10D (19835)

Here we have a very nice example of the Eastman dreadnaught guitars. With an Adirondack top and mahogany back and sides, it is loud, has a significant punch, and is easy to play! It has had a...

Godin TRIC Deluxe Multifit Thermal Guitar Case (19833)

Never used, like-new condition! Made of Expanded Polypropylene, which is the same shock absorbent, high-tech material used by the automotive industry in bumper cores, it can also be found in the...

Eastman AC 522 (18692)

This is a great fingerpicking machine...says one of our staff... Solid Engleman spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides. This brand new guitar has a solid ebony fretboard and bridge, and a...

Douglas Unger Whyte Laydie/Electric (19831)

This instrument began life as a lowly banjo mandolin with the scalloped Whyte Laydie tone ring. The 10-1/8" rim has been thinned down, the bracket band removed, the holes filled and painted black...

Bacon and Day Special No. 1 (19828)

This is a good, original tenor banjo from the 1930s. The Special was a model below the famous Silver Bell line without elaborate tone ring. Because of this the tone is not quite as brilliant but...

Martin 00-18V (19829)

A beautiful recreation of the pre WWII 00-size guitar with 14-fret body. The back and sides are mahogany and the top is Sitka spruce. As on the pre-war Martins the braces are scalloped, the...

Nichols 000 (19830)

From the shop of master luthier Dave Nichols, we present a beautiful 000 sized guitar which was constructed under Nichols' supervision by a student. Sitka spruce top, stunning bubinga back and sides....

Wunderlich Fretless (19685)

A fine reproduction of a double headed Boucher by master builder George Wunderlich. Remember: two heads are better than one! Perfect for minstrel style or reenactment.

Martin D-18 (19784)

Early 1970's Martin D-18. This is a great older player with no issues.

Guild CE-100D (19779)

A very nice Hoboken made vintage Guild in a classy sunburst. The guitar is 16 1/4" wide, and has a nice deep voice with lots of clarity. The neck is slim and fast, making it very comfortable to play....

The Realist Violin RV4e (19778)

The new amplified-acoustic RV4e is made in Europe with fully carved Carpathian spruce, featuring the same rich tone, volume knob, and trusted Realist pickup built into the body. The Realist Violin...

Harmony Johnny Marvin (19343)

This is a mid-sized uke made of curly mahogany. The pearloid peghead overlay reads "Johnny Marvin Professional Tenor Ukulele" but is more like a concert in size. The body measures 10-3/4" in length...

Way Huge Electronics Swollen Pickle MKII (19769)

The most sought after and corpulent Way Huge pedal is back! The Swollen Pickle MkII surrenders super high-gain fuzz with copious amounts of smooth low-end to all who dare plug into it. With a twist...