Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
25.4” scale, 1-3/4” nut width, scalloped bracing on a Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood back and sides.
The only known example of a D'Angelico violin.
With original serial-numbered hang tag and original Fender hard shell case.
A very special, prototype steel guitar/tube amp-set.
38% PRICE DROP
Built to the original spec of the J-45 as Gibson made them in the mid-1940s.
No other Gibson even remotely similar is known to exist.
Warm and huge-sounding Gibson carved-top-and-back guitar.
A near-perfect example.
In traditional “LG” Concert size and of all-mahogany construction.
It’s a modern recreation of a 1960s classic.
An extremely lightweight, beautifully balanced, Brazilian rosewood pre-war Martin guitar.
t is signed and dated under the top by Frank Henry Martin, owner of the company then and foreman as well.
Solid, tight, fabulous-sounding and smooth-playing.
Only seventeen made, between 1937 and 1950.
In eminently restorable condition and with a story.
Someone’s loss will be your gain.
1965 was the first year that Martin came out with their now-iconic D-35 model.
Structurally 100% tight, beautiful tone and LOUD.
You won’t find a cleaner, better one at this great price.
Possibly the only lefty of the only twenty or thirty Sardonyxes ever made.
The famous “Headless Schatz”.
This Schatz guitar is a perfect candidate for restoration.
From a time period in American history when life moved at a far slower pace.
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