#147 of 154 made.
A complete steal for a 1953 Les Paul.
In literally perfect, unplayed condition.
Beautifully flamed-mape top.
An absolutely stunning, early, natural finish Gibson ES-175.
With LR Baggs pickup installed.
This is as unique a Martin R&D guitar as I’ve ever seen.
A rare and most unusual PRS, in about dead-mint, unplayed condition.
100% original pre-CBS Jaguar.
Ultra-cool 1950s Fender lap steel.
One of the holy grails of amplification.
Slightly wider, slightly shallower around the back neck shape.
Huge clear tone and fabulous playability.
One of the coolest American-made Fender guitars for the ages.
In all its original 1950s splendor.
A wonderful 1920s Gibson flattop with a wonderful story.
One of only 100 made.
All the clarity and balance that only a Martin 000-18 can have.
One of the very first “Advanced Model” Gibson L-5s.
The darling of earnest, well-intentioned urban folkies everywhere.
They just don’t get much cooler than this.
Darker than most and we like that a lot.
From the original Hinsdale, NH factory.
A real winner, truly.
The real deal.
Almost twenty years old and in near-mint, practically unplayed condition.
A great pre-war Martin 12-fret, Brazilian rosewood guitar.
The “Vega cylinder-back”.
Tonally broad and wonderfully clean.
The whole shebang.
A grand concert-size Martin built to the sturdiness of some of the best stuff they ever did.
Bright, clean and loud.
An especially fine example.
Based on a 1941 D-28 in Martin's museum.
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