• 1941 Gibson L-0

    1941 Gibson L-0 in very good condition.  These late L-0 are interesting guitars as they bridge the gap between the L-0 and 00 of the 30s with the LG-2 of the 1940s.  The top bracing is scalloped and they have big round necks, both features found on the LG-2 from the Banner era.  This guitar is

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  • 1953 Martin D-18

    1953 Martin D-18 in very good condition.  This is one of the much talked about non-Sitka top guitars from 1953.  Hard to say if it is Red spruce or Engleman but it is certainly not Sitka.  All original guitar with only minor repairs ever done.  Two neatly repair top cracks in the lower bout

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  • 1973 Fender Jazz Bass

    1973 Fender Jazz Bass in very good condition.  Three color sunburst on alder body with maple neck and rosewood fingerboard.  All original except for neck pickup which is a newer Fender 60s style pickup under the original cover.  Playability is spot on perfect after a fret dressing and set-up

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  • 1973 Guild F-47

    1973 Guild Bluegrass F-47 in good condition.  Not sure why Guild called this a Bluegrass model but it is a cool guitar nonetheless.  The solid mahogany body is 16" wide at the lower bout and 5" deep and features a nice Sitka spruce top.  The neck is two pieces of mahogany laminated with a

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  • 1956 Martin 00-17

    1956 Martin 00-17 in very good condition.  This is a 100% original guitar with no repairs done or needed.  Remarkably this guitar has never had any work done to it other than a set-up.  These all mahogany guitars have a wonderful combination of Martin clarity with warmth and character.

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