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  • Gibson

  • 1939 Gibson SJ-100

    $24,000

    • Year: 1939
    • Manufacturer: Gibson
    • Model: SJ-100
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color: sunburst
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: A very rare early specification SJ-100 with open Mustache bridge with individual saddles and stairstep headstock. Only about 138 of this model were made in total and only a fraction had these early specs and longer scale length. Huge sound and fine playability. This guitar has had some restoration , but is original finish and solid. There are two repaired back cracks , some touchup on the front over some playing wear, a new fingerboard and a new neck block. The structural work is undetectable and would not be in evidence unless one knew the work was done.( new lower price, was $28,000)

  • 1944 Gibson SJ

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    • Year: 1944
    • Manufacturer: Gibson
    • Model: SJ
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color: Sunburst
    • Condition: Near Mint
    • Description: Probably the cleanest one of tehse I have seen. Perfect action, chunky mahogany neck, 1 3/4" nut, adjustable truss rod. (FON 2694)Great warm sound.eveything you could want In a banner SJ.one small side crack, otherwise practically perfect, including a mint original brown case. SOLD

  • John Arnold

  • 1999 John Arnold D-42S K

    $20,000

    • Year: 1999
    • Manufacturer: John Arnold
    • Model: D-42S K
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Mint
    • Description: A stunning modern guitar . I seldom go Wild over a modern instrument but this is just a superb sounding, playing and looking guitar. The workmanship is impeccable and every detail is perfectly executed. John Arnold’s Guitars seldom come on the market and he does not make very many. He has made them for Doc Watson and Norman Blake. This guitar has a finest grade Adirondack spruce top, highly figured Koa back and sides and a very curly maple neck. 12 frets to the body, 1 3/4”wide at the nut. Beautiful abalone top inlay surrounded by red wood purfling. Flowerpot inlay and pearl border on the headstock.

  • Martin

  • 1931 Martin 00-18

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    • Year: 1931
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: 00-18
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Near Mint
    • Description: A stunning and clean , no issues , example. Made in 1931, one of the most desirable years for a 12 fret Martin. Great sound . No Cracks. Oiginal with belly bridge and pickguard. ON HOLD

  • 1933 Martin 00-18

    $12,500

    • Year: 1933
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: 00-18
    • Case: Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: A very rare 14 fret wide neck 00-18 with bar frets and ebony rod. 25 were made in 33 and 1 in 1934. That’s all. How many survive. Not many. The guitar sounds great , very full and responsive. The 7nstrument shows p,ayin* wear but no abuse. Only one tiny hairline side crack . The bridge appears to be a perfect replica and original t7ners were off and now back on. A very cool 30s 00. Early style stencil logo and back stamp.

  • 1957 Martin D-28

    $7,000

    • Year: 1957
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: D-28
    • Case: Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: Cool ,bluegrass style 50s Brazitian D-28. It looks like the guitar went back to the factory for a large pickguard. The guard is under the finish, and there may be some overspray on the top. Bridge is reglued and bolted down. Classic sound. Original bracing and bridge plate.

  • 1998 Martin D-45 custom

    $18,500

    • Year: 1998
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: D-45 custom
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Mint
    • Description: A very fancy deluxe version of the D-45 . Custom ordered with Brazilian rosewood back and sides, tree of life fingerboard inlay, scroll bridge inlay, and inlaid pickguard. Abalone backstrip, and vine inlay in the headstock. Scalloped bracing. A real presentation grade stunner.

  • 1941 Martin D-18

    $17,500

    • Year: 1941
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: D-18
    • Case: Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: Fine sounding prewar mahogany dreadnought. Original finish, replaced bridge ( slightly over sized) and a few hairline sideccracks that are well repaired. No top or back cracks. The guitar shows playing wear , but all solid . Braces, etc are original.( new lower price was $18,500)

  • 1843 Martin 1-26

    $15,500

    • Year: 1843 (Circa)
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: 1-26
    • Case: Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Near Mint
    • Description: This is an important Nineteenth Century Martin , featured on plate 27 in the book "Inventing the American Guitar ". It features an unusual double x bracing in the lower bout , one of the only known examples with this style construction . Additionally it is one of the most perfectly preserved 19th Century Martin I have ever seen . The condition is unbelievably pristine , especially for an instrument this old. Gorgeous Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Lovely marquetry on the back and rosette.

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