Ovation LIMITED EDITION 40TH Anniversary Adamas USA Guitar Number 2 of 50 in the world
Representing the ultimate craftsmanship from Ovation’s flagship workshop in New Hartford, Connecticut, the Adamas features a unidirectional carbon-graphite suspended soundboard with Quintad bracing, which provides a bold, clear voice and lightning-fast response. Each top is precisely fitted with “AST” – Adamas Suspended Top – technology that allows the ultra-thin top to vibrate more freely than traditionally constructed acoustic guitars. The roundback is a composite body works in tandem with the top to enhance frequency response and improve projection. The Adamas detailed ornamentation and elaborately decorated soundholes—make a striking visual statement.
This limited-run Ovation 1198 40th Anniversary Adamas acoustic guitar is number 2/50 made world wide, and the only one imported into Australia for sale. With creative styling exploiting the unique tonal properties of carbon fiber to deliver a resonant sound with incredible sustain and note definition. Whether playing full chords or fingerpicking arpeggios, this guitar's musical tone and bell-like harmonic overtones enhance your playing with an unforgettable sonic personality. Ovation's signature Lyrachord body makes playing this masterpiece an enjoyable experience. Jaw dropping appointments like a cocobolo/brass bearclaw epaulet, cocobolo binding with 3-ply wood purfling, and Phoenix 12th-fret position inlay make the Ovation 1198 40th Anniversary Adamas an exquisite acoustic guitar and a must for the serious collector. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a Ovation flight 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.
Note This guitar is in as new condition and was only out of the shop a few days.View full product details
The Blues Jr. Lacquered Tweed takes Fender's 15W gem and gives it the true vintage treatment with a lacquered tweed covering and a vintage-voiced 12" Jensen speaker. Its golden tones are generated by an all-tube signal path using a pair of EL84 output tubes and 3 - 12AX7 preamp tubes. Add renowned Fender reverb, flexible controls, FAT switch for mid boost, and you're in business. And just look at that chrome panel, that tweed finish with vintage-style brown and gold grille cloth, and those vintage pointer knobs! Killer cool small amp!View full product details
1968 was a transitional year for Fender amps, with tone that was still pure Fender, but a look that was brand new. With a silver-and-turquoise front panel and classy aluminum "drip edge" grille cloth trim, the Vibrolux Reverb received a fresh new face as it remained the compact, gig-ready amp of choice for pros and amateurs everywhere. The 1968 Vibrolux Reverb featured a unique 2x10 speaker configuration, which delivered snappy twang and big tube tone, while still incorporating world-class Fender reverb and vibrato effects. For countless guitarists ever since, the Vibrolux Reverb has been the go-to amp for classic Fender tone. The ’68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb Amp pays tribute to the classic look, sound and performance of Fender’s late-’60s “silver-face” amps. In a special twist, both channels boast reverb and tremolo, and the “custom” channel has a modified Bassman tone stack that gives modern players greater tonal flexibility with pedals. The amp also features quicker gain onset and reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity. While fitting a sweet spot between the Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb, in respect to power and size, the ’68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb's dual 10" Celestion TEN 30 configuration and 35 watts of all-tube power deliver distinctive rock 'n' roll flavor. This is a favourite model of the AC staff when it;s time to get down and dirty.
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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