Wonderful 1-3/4” wide neck at the nut, unusual and supremely comfy.
Saddle still at full original height with very tiny notches worn from strings.
Two-on-a-side set,complete with all bushings and mounting screws.
Buck and Roy right on the cover!
One-piece body, one-piece perfectly quarter-sawn neck.
Built to original 1930s specs, the Indian rosewood body with very fine-grained spruce top.
Comes with its original signed, serial numbered Certificate.
If you ever wanted a very cool Tele you just found it.
Indispensable for restoration work.
Comes with original Cry Baby vinyl case.
Adirondack spruce top.
12/1 gear ratio and full-thickness “butter bean” buttons.
Backplates with indented ends and 7/32" dia. posts.
From Jim Triggs of Lawrence, Kansas.
Remember those great sounds of Stevie Wonder and Jerry Garcia?
An original Small Stone pedal.
Designed to boost the signal of acoustic transducers.
Comes with original Installation and Use instructions.
Complete with all period-correct larger washers and mounting screws.
All original bushings and screws included.
These were almost surely never used.
A complete set with all parts intact.
Gibson "Chet Atkins" active pickup system installed and Ray Butts pre-amp with four-band EQ.
Gold-plated, solid brass with machined crossbar.
The back and sides are of spectacularly flamed koa, the top of extremely fine-grained Sitka spruce.
Appears to never have been on a guitar.
With Ivoroid dots.
Has slots to accommodate the hook spacing of just about any banjo.
With string-cover/armrest built in.
Complete with bushings.
Still in their blister packs.
All three sets, complete with bushings.
Replace the missing bridge pins on your favorite 1930s Martin.
These are of the long grooved type.
Suitable for both 4-string and 5-string banjos.
The dots are missing from two of the pins, easily replaceable.
Original set of style 21 Martin bridge pins.
Concert size in immaculate, nearly unplayed condition.
One tailpiece, three covers.
True Ivoroid buttons, original nickel plating still bright and all working well.
The tips of the posts are rounded rather than flat possibly indicating from an earlier time.
They are in excellent condition and will do well on any Martin guitar of this general type from far back as the late-1930s.
Type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s.
They are unusual in that they are of the “long white no-groove" type.
Here's your chance to bring back your 50s-60s Martin to its original look.
Never used, never on a guitar, gold-plating perfect.
Complete the restoration of your beautiful 19th-century guitar.
A lovely and most unusual set of four bone bridge pins from the 19th-century.
Have got the patina and aged look to match your earlier Martin guitar.
Extremely rare, as so few Style-45 Martins were made in this period.
All six in excellent condition.
With special, fabulously knurled heads for an easy grip.
This orignal Gibson tailpiece is unused, never on a guitar, plating still perfect.
Traditional Gibson ES-175 tailpiece, never used.
“Short black no-goove” type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s.
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