Somewhat the worse for wear though eminently restorable.
Beautiful Brazilian back and sides paired with a top-notch Adirondack spruce top.
The only known example of a D'Angelico violin.
Crome Red, in top condition.
This is an unusual one.
Two-piece, light ash body by Dennis Galuszka.
Built for us in Fender’s Custom Shop by the legendary Alan Hamel.
It's straight and it's original.
Natural finish with maple neck.
A very special, prototype steel guitar/tube amp-set.
Beautiful Brazilian rosewood.
Feels, plays and sounds like the 1950s.
No other Gibson even remotely similar is known to exist.
A literally unused example.
The most iconic 12-string guitars from the great folk era of the 1960s-early '70s.
Concert size in immaculate, nearly unplayed condition.
Gibson "Chet Atkins" active pickup system installed and Ray Butts pre-amp with four-band EQ.
Built specially for Matt Umanov Guitars by Martin’s Custom Shop.
A sweet, strong-sounding, comfy-size Martin.
Pre-war, Brazilian rosewood 12-fret Martin.
Warm, clear & balanced.
Only seventeen made, between 1937 and 1950.
In eminently restorable condition and with a story.
Less than the cost of a new one.
Replace the missing bridge pins on your favorite 1930s Martin.
The back and sides are of spectacularly flamed koa, the top of extremely fine-grained Sitka spruce.
Possibly the only lefty of the only twenty or thirty Sardonyxes ever made.
This Schatz guitar is a perfect candidate for restoration.
From a time period in American history when life moved at a far slower pace.
The famous “Headless Schatz”.
“Gravé par Thérese”
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