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1975 Ovation Deacon Vintage Solidbody Electric Guitar USA Made 100

$1,449.99
Up for sale, a 1975 Ovation Deacon in excellent, 100% original condition and in perfect working order. This top of the line USA made Ovation solidbody electric guitar is an extremely well crafted and tonally unique guitar, with a pioneering tone circuit and a set of humbuckers that have a very clear and powerful sound. The top end is chimey and well rounded, and bass frequencies have focus and...
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1957 Guild® X-50 Vintage Archtop Electric Guitar Franz P90 NYC w/ hc

$1,449.99
Up for sale, a 1957 Guild X-50 in exceptional, 99.9% original condition and in perfect working order. With Guild starting production of archtops in April of 1953, this is an early example built right when Guild was transitioning from their New York factory to their famous Hoboken location. Manufactured in New York at 536 Pearl St, the pre-Hoboken Guilds are the most rare in terms of the era and...
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1973 Fender® Telecaster® Thinline Vintage Guitar Wide Range Humbuckers

$3,799.99
Up for sale, a 1973 Fender Telecaster Thinline in exceptional condition and in perfect working order. This second iteration of the Tele "Thinline" model was introduced in '72, boasting a pair of Seth Lover designed Fender "Wide Range" humbuckers, some of the most clear, powerful, and rich sounding pickups ever heard on a Fender! As the chief designer behind Gibson's PAF humbucker design, Lover...
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1971 Gibson Master C-100

$800
Offering this vintage 1971 Gibson Master Model C-100 classic acoustic guitar. Features mahogany finish, sides and back, solid spruce top, slanted head stock, all original hardware. Overall excellent condition with very minor wear by sound hole. Ships securely in a case and guitar box.
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1924 Gibson "A" Snakehead Black

$3,499
****Here is from the former owner **** 1924 Gibson Model A black "snakehead" mandolin with original hard case... Lloyd Allyare Loar, a name to conjure with! In our opinion, and with due apologies to Ted McCarty, Les Paul, et. al., the man who did more than any other single individual to make Gibson what it was to become and what it is today. Loar's redesign of the Gibson...
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1930 Gibson L-4

$3,750
Retrofret Stock # 7054. Gibson L-4 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1930), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 86526, red sunburst top, dark stained back and sides finish, birch back and sides, spruce top and mahogany neck with ebony fingergoard, original black hard shell case. This guitar is a late example of the original style L-4, built just before the model began to evolve away from its...
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1924 Gibson Style A-4 Snakehead

$7,250
Retrofret Stock # 3735. Gibson Style A-4 Snakehead Model Carved Top Mandolin (1924), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 75907, red sunburst varnish finish, birch back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. This 1924 Gibson Model A-4 is a spectacular example of the company's craftsmanship at the apex of the mandolin era, just before their...
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1924 Gibson Model A-4 Snakehead

$7,000
Retrofret Stock # 6458. Gibson Model A-4 Snakehead Model Carved Top Mandolin (1924), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 78315, sunburst top, dark cherry stained back and sides finish, birch back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. If there is a holy grail of Gibson "A" style mandolins, this is one: A 1924 A-4 from the height of the...
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2013 Artinger Semi-Hollow Trem

$3,499
Offered is this superb Semi-Hollow Tremolo model by talented luthier and craftsman Matt Artinger of Pennsylvania. I am a bit embarrassed to admit that this is the first Artinger guitar that I have experienced and I am just blown-away by it's quality, playability and tone. Matt builds just 30 or so guitars annually and each guitar is essentially a one-off. He uses the finest tonewoods and his...
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Gibson Collector's Choice #6 '59 Les Paul Custom Shop

$6,500
from GIBSON: Guitars in the Collector's Choice™ series by Gibson Custom bring players and collectors closer to owning a specific, existing vintage Les Paul than anything else available on the market. Through exacting study and measurement of the original instrument, precise digital scanning of the woods, and the unparalleled skill of the luthiers of Gibson Custom—all with the generous and...
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~1936 Bronson Honolulu Master

$3,200
This guitar, with its significantly designed peghead, was converted from a sqareneck – hawaian guitar to a spanish played round neck 12fret flattop, a few years ago. While this was done it was also completely restored and refinished. Of course it is perfectly set up , ebony fretboard leveled and frets dressed, ready to play. The size and shape of this 12fret Bronson guitar is very similar to a...
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1977 Fender® Starcaster

$4,250
Retrofret Stock # 6632. Fender Starcaster Model Arch Top Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1977), made in Fullerton, California, serial # S708983, natural polyester finish, maple laminate top, back and sides and maple neck, original black hard shell case. The Starcaster was Fender's most unique creation of the 1970's, an product of the CBS-owned company's heavy competition with Gibson at the...
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1969 Gibson ES-150

$4,999
Not to be confused with the archtop model of the same designation made famous by Charlie Christian nearly three decades earlier, this Norlin era guitar is more like an ES-335, with a fully hollow deep body like a 175. This first year example is one of only sixty-five shipped that year in blonde, and predates having the volute and origin stamp commonly seen on Norlin Gibsons. Light, great...
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~1975 Fender® Starcaster

$4,200
Fender’s Starcaster model was a direct response to Gibson’s Electro Spanish line, specifically the beloved Es-335 line of semi-hollow thin-line guitars. Fender took the concept of a semi-hollow bound body with F-holes and humbucking pickups and added a number of classically “Fender” style twists to the design. The most obvious deviations are the off-set Jaguar/Jazzmaster-esque body shape and...
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1969 Gibson Byrdland

$6,250
Named after and originally designed for ace Nashville session men Billy Byrd and Hank Garland, the Byrdland is essentially a thin-line (2¼”), short scale (23½”) L5-CES. In other words, she’s pure hand-made Kalamazoo butta. She has a spruce top, maple neck, back and sides and five-ply binding. Her fret board is ebony with pearl block inlays and this example sports the rounded Venetian cut-away...
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1987 Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman

$2,495
This early production Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman is in a dark Wine Red with Gold Hardware. The 17” wide top and back are of Curly Maple/Poplar/Maple laminate with Maple sides and a Balsa/Mahogany center block; Body depth of 1.75”. Binding: 7-ply on front, 5 on back, bound pickguard and bound F-holes. Three piece Maple neck with a slim profile measuring 0.788” at the 1st and 0.940” at...
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2011 Gibson F-5G Mandolin Custom Gold Top #2

$4,250
A Wonderful Gibson F-5G Mandolin Built by David Harvey. 2011 Gibson F-5G Mandolin Custom Gold Top #2. This is one of two Gibson Custom Shop F-5G Gold-Top Mandolins which were built in 2011 by master luthier David Harvey. The 10 inch wide and 1 7/8 inch, body features a triple-bound, carved solid Sitka spruce top with two 'f' sound-holes and a 'special' gold finish. The two-piece book matched...
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1934 Gibson F-10

$18,500
Retrofret Stock # 3550. Gibson F-10 Model Carved Top Mandolin (1934), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 91445, black lacquer finish, maple body, spruce top, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. One of the rarest Gibson instruments ever, and a particularly striking and distinctive mandolin. This F-10 dates to 1934, shortly after the model was introduced and...
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2006 Gibson L-5CES Wes Montgomery

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At the top of virtually everyone's short list, the great Wes Montgomery was arguably the most influential jazz guitarist of the 1960's. Introduced in 1993, this version of the legendary L-5CES is a faithful rendition of the master's own instrument, built with the single humbucking pickup in just the right place. This handsome example is in great shape with all factory hardware. The tiger flame...
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2004 Guild® X700STUARTBB

$5,750
Near-mint condition 2004 Guild X-700 Stuart BB! Made in Fender's California Custom Shop under Benedetto's direction. All-solid-wood, hand-carved archtop in sunburst finish. Includes original hardshell case and certificate of authenticity. Official description from Guild's website: Body size at lower bout: 17" Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut width: 1 11/16" Body depth: 3" Materials: Solid...
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Kirk Sand Indian Rosewood, Cutaway

$4,795
Dead Mint Condition Kirk Sand designed and started building The Mahogany model Sand guitar almost 20 years and later adapted the design to the Rosewood Model which is quite similar. The Rosewood leans a little more toward an acoustic nylon string guitar. It has the same standard braced classical soundboard, but the back and sides are constructed in a more traditional acoustic guitar style....
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2015 Heritage H137

$1,889
No. 08702 Through a special arrangement with Master Builder & Relic Genius Abe Rittenhouse and Heritage Guitars in Kalamazoo we are offering this Wolfe designed "aged" slab body model. Perhaps the most authentic Junior style Guitar of the modern era. Check these impressive specs: REAL Honduran Mahogany body & neck, AAA Indian Rosewood fingerboard, REAL Nitrocellulose Lacquer finish- masterfully...
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1998 Flatiron F-5 ARTIST

$3,750
Sunburst finish, double bound 2 point F style instrument, solid spruce top, X braced, good looking maple back, sides and neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, extension gives 24 frets, adjustable ebony bridge, bound headstock features overlay with floral and logo inlays, gold 4-on-a-plate tuners with pearloid buttons, Gibson Master Model label, great sound, HSC, EC (SN:80904029) Item ID...
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1981 Gibson F-5L

$5,850
VGC, sunburst finish with several areas of finish touch up and overspray, double bound 2 point F body, solid spruce top, tone bar braced, maple back, sides and neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, extension gives 29 frets, finish on back of neck very worn, repaired side crack on bass side, adjustable ebony bridge, ''The Gibson'' etched on replacement tailpiece cover, bound headstock features...
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1994 Gibson Tal Farlow - The Master Model

$4,250
OMG!! This Custom Shop guitar will knock your socks off!! One of two of the most beautiful Tals ever made - and I have both! Cream binding is not found on many Tals - this one has it. Curly maple is stunning along with the antique blonde finish and gold plated metal parts. It may be a tad pricey - but you will not find another! Weighs in @ a comfortable 7.54 pounds.
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1925 Gibson TB-5 De Luxe

$8,000
Retrofret Stock # 6860. Gibson TB-5 De Luxe Model Tenor Banjo (1925), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 8105-1, shaded maple finish, laminated maple rim and resonator, mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, black hard shell case. This is a very rare banjo, a remarkably lovely Gibson creation and a true 1920's period piece. The newly re-designed Mastertone TB-5 was the top-of-the-line banjo...
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2003 Gibson Super 400 CESN Thin (#GAT0274)

$19,900
2003 Gibson Super 400 CESN, Thin body, Blonde, It measures 2 & 3/32 inches deep. It measures 18 inches wide at the lower bout. Engraved Gold hardware including pickup cover, tail piece & tuner buttons, Slider volume control, Custom Shop Master model label signed by the master himself James W. Hutchins, Stunning pearl & Abalone inlays, Spectacular Maple back, sides & neck, Wide at the nut,...
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1978 Gibson MK-72

$995
According to The Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars, the Gibson MK-72 was made in very limited quantities: “Approx. 1,225 mfg. 1975-78” (p. 281. Gruhn’s Guide and Vintage Guitar Price Guide basically agree). George Gruhn adds that the MK models were custom designed by Michael Kasha (“MK”) and Richard Schneider when Schneider was Gibson’s Master Luthier and it was produced only in those four years....
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1937 Gibson Advanced Jumbo

$48,000
Retrofret Stock # 6112. Gibson Advanced Jumbo Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1937), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 31-C-16, sunburst top, natural back and sides finish, rosewood back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewod fingerboard, black hard shell case. The veritable holy grail of Gibson flattops, the slope-shoulder Advanced Jumbo is generally considered the finest guitar...
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1924 C. F. Martin Style 5K

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Retrofret Stock # 4582. C. F. Martin Style 5K Model Soprano Ukulele, c. 1924, made in Nazareth, PA, natural varnish finish, koa body; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. The "Uke of Ukes"; the "Holy grail of Ukulele collecting"-the Martin Style 5-K has been called many things. This was the most expensive ukulele Martin made, listing at $50-55.00 (without case)...
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