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1937 Wilkanowski -

Retrofret Stock # 5279. Wilkanowski Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1937), made in Brooklyn, NY, shaded varnish finish, Lombardy poplar back and sides; spruce top, gig bag case. This is one of the most interesting and unusual American guitars ever created, and a true (if eccentric) classic of the arch-top era. Willi Wilkanowski was a well-known successful Brooklyn violin builder who beginning around...
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1945 Epiphone Broadway

Introduced in 1932, the Epiphone Broadway was one of the company's most popular models, remaining in the catalog until the firm was sold in 1957. With the same body, materials and metal parts as the Deluxe, at about half the price, the Broadway has always represented exceptional value for the player as well. With block pearl fingerboard inlays, and the graceful vine peghead, this model sports one...
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1955 RCA 77D

This mic was just rebuilt by 87 year old Clarence Kane of Enak Microphones in New Jersey to original RCA specifications. Mr Kane’s customers have included Les Paul, Chet Atkins and Pixar Animation Studios. Kane still uses the same repair bench he worked at 40 years ago in RCA’s broadcast division facility in Camden, N.J. and he has all the original RCA factory tools to make ribbons and service...
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TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb Pedal

For that massive wall-of-sound sound, the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb pedal might be the closest thing, short of playing in a canyon . . . on the moon . . . with ISIS's guitar rig. Not only does it have excellent variability through its Decay, Tone, and Level controls, but it has ten individual reverb types to choose from—a compact hallway to a capacious church—all of which can be modulated...
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