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~1930 Oahu Square Neck Acoustic

$550
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1930s Oahu Square Neck Acoustic. This is a very nice square neck Oahu from the 1930s. It is in excellent condition with original case. It sounds great and is a fun guitar to play. Serial Number: NSN Condition: Excellent Please call, chat, or email for more information...
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~1940 Oahu Amp

$395
ca 1940s, wooden OAHU letters in grille cloth, inchworm handle, sounds great
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1946 Oahu TONEMASTER®

$385
Smooth tone, 1X8 (Rola) - 10 (or so) watt combo, 2 X 6V6 power section, 2 channels, master tone control, brown tolex, VGC+ (just gone thru by T. Swartz, new caps and resistors) * Sorry, we no longer ship used amps. In-store sales only! * Item ID 130U-10948
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~1934 Oahu Square Neck

$550
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1930s Oahu Square Neck Acoustic. This is a very nice square neck Oahu from the 1930s. It is in excellent condition with original case. It sounds great and is a fun guitar to play. Serial Number: NSN Condition: Excellent Please call, chat, or email for more information...
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1953 Oahu TONEMASTER®

$385
Blues power, 1X12 (Rola) - 12 watt tube combo, dual channels, global tone control, looks funky but sounds great, VGC+ * Sorry, we no longer ship used amps. In-store sales only! * Item ID 130U-10463
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~1930 Oahu 13-inch

$800
1930s Oahu 13-inch round neck acoustic in Sunburst finish with spruce top and solid flame maple back & sides. Great little player, good condition with typical wear for its age. No case.
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~1930 Oahu Square Neck Parlor

$295
1930's Oahu square neck acoustic! Great vintage acoustic setup for slide! A couple cracks, but structurally sound! This is a bargain guitar for a killer price. Sounds how it should! Includes chip case.
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1956 Oahu Oahu

$1,895
1956 Valco made Oahu amp. Speakers date to 33rd week of 56. 6V6 Tube compliment. Original white covering and gold stretched metal grill. Factory 6x9 speakers. Cant find much information on this extremely rare great sounding plug and play amp. Wont last long get it fast! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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~1932 Oahu 13 inch Hawaiian squareneck

$349
1930s Oahu 13-inch squareneck Hawaiian guitar in very good condition. Sunburst finish, with original softshell case.
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1957 Oahu lap steel

$895
How red was my lap steel? Salacious Red? Pernicious Red? Insolent Red? Shamelessly Red? It just don't get no better than this in an outrageously cool 1950s Oahu / Valco lap steel, completely decked out in Crimson Mother-of-, well, you know. Better yet, it's all chromed up too, kinda like a hot-rodded '57 Chevy Bel Aire, and it's all original. With that hot hot world-beating Valco pickup and its...
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1953 Oahu lap steel

$795
Another brilliant entry from those fabulous folks at Valco, ca. 1953. With that great "3+3" pickup, it's hard to beat, all ways going. Amphenol-type connector on the cable, the whole nine yards. Tuners appear to be replacements, thankfully happens all the time. Original hard case, somewhat beat. $795 w/xohsc
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1930 Oahu Round Neck 14" Flat-Top - #200957

$1,195
General Description: Manufactured in the 1930s. Spruce top, figured maple back and sides, thin logo.
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1954 Oahu Triplex Lap Steel

$950
3-position tuning lever provides three different tunings (E7, C# min, A maj). Totem fingerboard. Comes with original hard shell case.
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1940 Oahu Lap Steel Bar

$69
1940s Oahu nickel lap steel bar in excellent condition. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Oahu 65K

$595
A good Hawaiian guitar from the Oahu company of Cleveland, OH. This square neck slide guitar features an all mahogany body and neck with a burst finish and topped off with checkered binding. It comes set up for slide with a metal nut extender. There are four repaired top cracks and one repaired back crack that all appear to be the result of lack of humidification but structurally the guitar is...
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1935 Oahu Lap & Amp Pearloid Set

$599
Really COOL looking and sounding set in Grey/Green M.O.T. all original tubes in amp and still works fine ... just plug it in , no volume or tone knobs !! How COOL would THIS look in your place ?
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~1935 Oahu jumbo

$725
Though this guitar bears no Oahu marking of any kind it does have the Oahu headstock shape and the body shape and dimensions match those of some of the Oahu jumbos of the 30s, so I'm going with attribution to Oahu. The guitar has a lower bout width of 15 5/8” and body depth of 3 3/8”, the scale is 25.4”. The top is solid spruce and is flat, the back and sides are maple (difficult to say if they...
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~1936 Oahu 66k (converted)

$650
This Oahu model 66K was originally meant for Hawaiian play (made with a square neck) but a previous owner re-shaped the neck for Spanish style play. When I recently acquired the guitar I completed the conversion by resetting the neck, radiusing and refretting the fret board. The 15 1/2” lower bout and 3 3/4” body depth give this guitar some power. The body is entirely solid mahogany, the neck...
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~1932 Oahu Nick Lucas

$3,975
• Chicago Made • Flat Top, Arched Back, Long Scale • Sunburst with Gold Leaf Floral On Top • Original Round Neck • Low Action, Exc. Condition Super rare Chicago-made (by Kay/Stromberg-Voisinette) Jumbo, basically a Nick Lucas body. Back and sides are maple, with the back most likely being laminated. Bracing is the more rare and higher quality X style. Also rare is the original round neck,...
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~1934 Oahu K71

$1,200
square neck, excellent example, 14.1/2 lower bout variant, but deeper body, with original metal bridge, X braced, perfect stencil, 100% original, excellent playabilty, and outstanding sound... Hello People...!!! this thing sounds better than ANYTHING OUT THERE.. and CHEAP too... what more would you like..???? cheers Jacques
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Oahu Regal square neck

$275
Square neck lap guitar. Just what the Hula requires!
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~1940 Oahu Hawaiian Slide

$1,200
1940’s Oahu Hawaiian slide guitar With gold fillagree on the top. Non original guard. Great condition. This is a real loud and great sounding guitar. $1200 w/real nice hard shell case
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2016 KANILE'A K-2 CONCERT UKULELE, GLOSS FINISH

$984
All solid select koa body with rounded back and tortoise shell bound top. TRU Bracing System captures the tonal potential of the soundboard. South American mahogany neck, 20 fret rosewood fingerboard & pinned bridge, Graph Tech ''NUBONE'' nut & saddle, Paua Abalone dot position markers on side and face of fretboard, B/W/B rosette, Kanile'a geared chrome tuners, UV gloss finish, strung with Aquila...
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2016 KANILE'A K-2 SOPRANO UKULELE, GLOSS FINISH, & CASE

$952
All solid select koa body with rounded back and tortoise shell bound top. South American mahogany neck, 20 fret rosewood fingerboard & bridge, Graph Tech ''NUBONE'' nut & saddle, Paua Abalone postion dots on side and face of fretboard, B/W/B rosette, Kanile'a geared chrome tuners, UV gloss finish, strung with Aquila strings. Hand crafted in Kaneohe O'ahu, Hawaii, USA. Item ID K2S
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2016 KANILE'A K-1 TENOR UKULELE, GLOSS FINISH & CASE

$981
All solid select koa body with rounded back. TRU Bracing System captures the tonal potential of the soundboard. South American mahogany neck, 19 fret rosewood fingerboard & pinned bridge, Graph Tech ''NUBONE'' nut & saddle, Paua Abalone dot position markers on side and face of fingerboard, Kanile'a geared chrome tuners, UV gloss finish, strung with Aquila strings. Handcrafted in Kaneohe O'ahu,...
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1920 unknown U.S. Army Air Corps Folk Art

$2,000
Retrofret Stock # 1852. U.S. Army Air Corps Folk Art Model Soprano Ukulele (maker unknown), c. 1920-30's, amber varnish finish. A truly spectacular example of a Folk Art Instrument, this four-string ukulele gives every appearance of having been crafted by U.S. Army Aircorps personnel during the 1920's or 1930's, possibly on station somewhere in the Pacific. As far as we can tell the instrument...
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