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  • Euphonon

  • 1935 Euphonon Jumbo

    $21,000

    • Year: 1935 (Circa)
    • Manufacturer: Euphonon
    • Model: Jumbo
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: A 16” wide small jumbo made by the Larson brothers in Chicago. Spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Multi ply binding on top and back. No top cracks and excellent original neck angle with plenty of saddle. There is one very small back crack; repaired. I believe the bolts in the bridge to be original. I have seen this before . Excellent tone with a full open bass and good volume. There is some moisture that clouds the back finish and some checking on top. Any 14 fret Larson is rare guitar. This one came out Indiana from the original owner’s family.

  • Gibson

  • 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

  • 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)

  • 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

  • 1932 Martin OM-28

    $42,500

    • Year: 1932
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: OM-28
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Very Good
    • Description: A well played but original OM-28. Pro neck set and only two small repaired side cracks. Original finish , original bridge plate and bracing. The tuners look like mid thirties , but appropriate. Otherwise a bunch of pickwear and wide open soulful sound. Someone loved and played this guitar.

  • 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)

  • 1937 Martin 00-18H

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    • Year: 1937
    • Manufacturer: Martin
    • Model: 00-18H
    • Case: Original Hard
    • Color: Sunburst
    • Condition: Near Mint
    • Description: Stunning original condition. Converted from Hawaiian to standard by John Arnold. Big sound, excellent volume.simply beautiful.

  • Martin Employee

  • 1929 Martin Employee 00-28custom

    $12,000

    • Year: 1929
    • Manufacturer: Martin Employee
    • Model: 00-28custom
    • Case: Hard
    • Color:
    • Condition: Excellent
    • Description: Made for Martin Employee Floyd Young who worked for Martin from 1926 into the 1930s. A very cool combination of appointments.Since Employee Guitars had to deviate from standard model specs , Lloyd made a 00-28 , with herringbone, style 28 backstrip, pyramid bridge and ivoroid binding, but with a very high grade of mahogany for the back and sides. The guitar remains in lovely original condition, with only one tiny repaired top crack below the bridge ( barely visible and hard to photograph). Dated and signed “ Floyd Young , May 1, 1929 “.Sweet open sound .

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