The J-45 is one of Gibson’s best-selling acoustics of all time. Nicknamed “The Workhorse” and first introduced in 1942, this popular acoustic is now the icon of its round-shoulder, dreadnought line. World renowned for its full, balanced expression, warm bass and excellent projection, the J-45 is one of most technically advanced guitars of its time.
This very loved Gibson J45 is looking for a new home, it is around 6-7 years old and it's owner just isn't playing it enough and wants to let someone else enjoy this fine instrument. Condition is very, very good and the pickup sounds full and balanced.
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This is an original 1960 Gretsch G6125 made in the USA that was modded to 6120 specs in the 1980's. Dynasonic pickups, Grover tuners and old Bigsby tremelo. Orange nitro refin in the 80's with more recent goldtop paint job. Has rare trestle internal bracing, only used from 1958-1961 in the famous 6120 Gretsch's etc...Original 6120's from this period go for over $15,000 now. Plays and sounds great. The real deal! No structural damage or issues.
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Described as a slim-body jumbo, the EC-10 is built from all-solid Spruce/Maple tonewoods. A great live performance guitar, this model comes equipped with a pickup and active on board preamp. Made in Bozeman, Montana in 1998.View full product details
A wonderful guitar for a inspirational player. For years Michael Fix has been dazzling audiences with his fingerstyle prowess, this is part of the way that he does it. A great guitar with a Solid Spruce top,solid Maple back and sides, and a rare 808 Cutaway. with Ebony fingerboard, this guitar is set to perform at any concert. This fantastic pre-owned model from 2015 is in nice but played condition and comes complete with maton hard case.View full product details
With the exception of the Baby, the 0 is Collings smallest guitar and is offered with the same shorter scale found on the 12-fret 00. Although measuring only 13.5 inches in width (smaller than a typical classical guitar), the Collings 0 has tone and volume that belies its first impression as being less than full-sized. It can double as a travel guitar or a small OM, performing both roles equally well. The same neck and woods options offered with larger Collings models are available on the 0 as well, giving players an almost infinite range of tonal possibilities. This fantastic Pre-owned model features a beautiful Sunburst finish and DTar Wavelength pickup system with external battery box and Collings hard case.
COLE CLARK ANGEL CCAN3EC-REDWOOD ROSEWOOD
The little King of the Hill! This is the small body acoustic electric version of the famous "FAT LADY" FL3 guitar, and very rare indeed..This model features a very rare and stunning figured redwood top and rosewood back and sides. It is a very cool and stylised looking guitar,with a rich lush tone. A great live instrument, featuring a 3 way pickup system, and Cole Clark flight case.
Redwood varies from piece to piece so feel free to email us a request to recieve images of the guitar that we currently have in stock.
Note! All of our Cole Clarks have been Plek'd
PLEK machines are built and sold by A+D Gitarrentechnologie of Berlin, Germany. The machines were developed by musician and guitar instructor Gerd Anke with his partner Michael Dubach, who called their company PLEKTRON when it was founded in 1990. The goal of the PLEK process they created is to guarantee the best possible string action for each instrument. Simply put, a guitar with optimized playability sounds better. The strings do not strike the frets during playing and any intonation problems that may occur due to too-low string action are eliminated. Similarly, action that’s too high is also a thing of the past with PLEKing.
The PLEKing process is done by CNC (computer numerical control) machines, which use microprocessors to perform their tasks. That doesn’t mean human craftspeople are excluded from this process. The PLEK machine is ultimately a tool to reduce variances between guitars, which allows Cole Clarks expert builders to do their jobs more efficiently.
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Dreadnoughts don't come much more sought after than this. Built in the last year that Martin used Brazilian Rosewood, this exceptional vintage D-35 sounds every bit as good as you'd imagine. It's in great condition for a guitar of it's age and the set up is spot on. Must be heard to be believed!View full product details
This 2014 Limited edition Gibson Hummingbird Quilt is an absolute show stopper! In what we'd call as new condition this guitar presents and plays extremely well. Incredible Quilted Maple back and sides. Fine grained premium spruce top. All solid construction. Made in the USA. Fitted with LR Baggs pickup. Has all original (unopened) case candy and tags. Retails at $7195.
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The Guild Custom Shop presents the beautifully crafted and rich-sounding Orpheum series “Slope 12” dreadnought acoustic. U.S.-built by the talented luthiers of the Shop,Guild Custom Shop Orpheum series models are designed to stylishly evoke the bygone 1930s-era golden age of U.S. acoustic guitar design and construction. Indeed, you could say that Orpheum models are finely crafted Guild guitars that never were but could have been. The Slope 12 offers a distinctive difference for the discerning player—sloping shoulders that gracefully curve away from the neck in marked contrast to conventional straight-shoulder dreadnought design. Further, its three-piece mahogany/rosewood/mahogany neck joins the body at the 12th fret, contributing to an abundantly complex yet warm and balanced tone that makes it ideal for flat picking and finger-style playing.
Premium features also include an Adirondack red spruce top with scalloped red spruce bracing, solid mahogany back and sides, traditional hot hide-glue construction, soft-“V” neck profile, 20-fret ebony fingerboard with pearl-dot inlays and 12″ radius, bone nut, elegant cream body binding, and a nitrocellulose lacquer neck finish. Other features include a tortoiseshell pickguard, pyramid-style ebony bridge with bone saddle and pins, Guild-logo Gotoh SE-700 open-back tuners with cream buttons. This pre owned instrument is in amazing condition and includes a deluxe hard-shell case.
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Pre-owned Martin HD28V
The most popular Vintage Series acoustic guitar in the range, the HD-28V is a modern re-creation of the classic herringbone Dreadnought. Channelling legends like Hank Williams, this guitar carries a distinct prestige that can only come from the Vintage Series collection. The Martin HD-28V dreadnought acoustic guitar boasts the same design that made the D-28 a classic - herringbone top trim, traditional zig-zag backstripe, and Martin's time-tested scalloped X-bracing. The HD-28V offers the deep bass response that's made Martin dreadnoughts so popular. You'll love the gorgeous sound of the classic combination of sitka spruce top and rosewood back and sides. The Martin HD-28V is both loud and subtle, and has a quick response with excellent single note definition. This great pre-owned example is from 2005, is in good condition and includes Martin Gebe vintage case.View full product details
Gibson made some of their finest Mandolins in the 50's and this stunning A-50 is no exeption. Solid spruce top with maple back and sides look amazing with the classic gibson sunburst. This instrument sounds and feels as good as it looks. Condition of this instrument is very good, especially for it's 58 years. With it's punchy clean tones it will cut through any group playing session. Amazing!
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This Pre-owned Dobro Dobjo is an awesome cross between a traditional Dobro guitar and a banjo, complete with a biscuit bridge. A smaller-scaled Dobro inspired Maple body and a banjo Maple neck with a full-bodied Sunburst finish contribute to its distinctive appearance. Perfect for banjo players looking for a slightly different sound, the 9 1/2" resonator provides plenty of volume. It has a 26 1/16" scale length, and a 1 5/32" nut width, with a Biscuit-style bridge and Presto tailpiece. Built in 1987, this is in good condition with only one small surface split on the upper waist. This Pre-owned instrument is a lot of fun to play and gives Dobro fans a chance to play a cool hybrid instrument. Includes original hard case..
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With this reissue of the classic HD-28vs, Martin ensured every detail of this instrument was faithful to the original. It's even been finished in special toner for an aged look! With a slightly larger body and a slotted head, the HD-28VS is a modern re-creation of the classic herringbone Dreadnought. Made from solid East Indian rosewood with a solid Sitka spruce top, it also features a solid black ebony fingerboard, and herringbone inlays around the rosette. This is a classic combination that is highly versatile for many playing styles. Additional classic appointments include the original Butterbean knob Waverly tuners, diamond and square inlays, vintage belly ebony bridge, and bone saddle. The HD28VS sounds exactly like a fine guitar should sound. Flat Pick, Finger Pick, Finger strum and any other method gives you great balance, strong mellow base, clear mids and highs without twang. This fantastic Pre-owned instrument is in as new condition and Includes a Martin Hard case.
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This is a used Andy Allen made custom shop model, and one of the best things this talented builder has ever done. These consistently come through to a high standard. Solid high gloss AAA spruce top, solid genuine mahogany back and sides, snow flake inlays and an Ebony fretboard and bridge. Great condition. No case included.
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