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2010 Shelley Park Encore: Intensely Flamed Body

$3,795
Body size at lower bout: 16". Scale length: 26 3/8" (670mm) Nut Width: 1 11/16" (42mm) Materials: Bookmatched solid red cedar top; solid figured bookmatched flame maple back, sides, and neck; solid ebony fingerboard; curly maple bound body. Hardware: All original hardware including solid ebony bridge; DR Selmer style tailpiece; gold 16X1 tuners; Bigtone pickup with endpin jack. Notes:...
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2007 HOPKINS Marquis

$4,995
Body size at lower bout: 17", Body Depth: 3" Scale length: 25" Nut: 1 3/4" Finish: light sunburst, nitrocellulose lacquer type. Materials: Solid bookmatched handcarved fine grain spruce top; handcarved AAAA fiddleback maple back and sides with Venetian cutaway; one piece tiger flame maple neck; solid ebony fingerboard; pearl headstock logo; deluxe 5-ply body, headstock and neck binding;...
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~2005 Jimmy Foster Basin St. 7 String: Rare Model, Hard To Find!

$3,895
Serial #: 317 Body size at lower bout: 15" Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut width: 1 15/16" Body depth: 2 1/8" Finish: Violin sunburst finish, nitrocellulose lacquer type Materials: Solid handcarved hand split Alaska Cedar top; handcarved solid bookmatched figured mahogany back with matching sides and neck; solid ebony fingerboard, headstock veneer, truss rod cover, Paua abalone peghead and...
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2014 Gibson Master Model Super 400CES

$9,995
Master Model label signed by James Culbertson, dated May 16th, 2014 Body size at lower bout: 18" Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut width: 1 11/16" Materials: Handcarved bookmatched solid spruce top; highly figured tiger flame maple neck; handcarved bookmatched birdseye maple back; flame maple sides; ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl block fingerboard and peghead inlay; 5-ply body, neck, head...
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1945 Epiphone Deluxe

$5,995
Serial # 53619, blue New York label Body size at lower bout: 17 3/8" Scale length: 25 1/2". Nut width: 1 11/16" Finish: Amber blonde finish, nitrocellulose lacquer type Materials: Extravagantly figured tiger maple back and sides; solid bookmatched handcarved spruce top; solid flame maple neck with 3-ply walnut/maple centerstripe; Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with mother of pearl...
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2002 D'Aquisto New Yorker

$2,495
Body size at lower bout: 17". Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut Width: 1 11 1/6" Materials: Solid bookmatched X-braced spruce top; highly figured fiddleback flame maple back, sides and neck; solid ebony fingerboard with pearl slashed-block inlays; seven ply top binding; five ply headstock binding; triple bound back, fingerboard and f-holes; split-diamond inlay on back of headstock. Hardware: Inlaid...
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2017 CASTELLUCCIA Nuages

$2,495
Body size at lower bout: 15 1/2" (395mm) Body depth: 3 3/4" (95mm) Scale length: 26 3/8" (670mm) Nut width: 1 3/4" (44mm) Finish: Nitrocellulose lacquer Materials: Solid fine grained spruce top; bookmatched laminate Pau Ferro back and sides; 3 piece walnut neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge. Hardware: Gold three-on-a-plate tuners; monogrammed "CJ" brass tailpiece with ebony inset, clear...
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2015 Gibson 17" Venetian: Solid Formed Tonewoods

$3,995
Serial #: SF150047 3 Body size at lower bout: 17". Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut Width: 1 11/16" Finish: Cremona Burst, nitrocellulose type Materials: Solid X-braced spruce top and flame maple back and sides; 3 piece mahogany neck; solid rosewood fingerboard; dot mother of pearl fingerboard inlay and script peghead inlay; bound fingerboard and body; solid bone nut. Hardware: All nickel...
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2016 Slaman DS-375 CTO

$4,995
Check this out: imagine time-traveling through three decades of the most iconic electric guitar sounds of the 20th century. Now imagine doing that on one instrument alone. In the uniquely versatile DS-375 CTO, Dutch luthier Daniel Slaman has made that happen. The Slaman DS-375 takes the unique three pickup design of the ES-5 Switchmaster to the next level. With a custom wound set of Gibson's...
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1993 Martin D-41: Big Deep Voice!

$3,495
Martin's best-selling pearl-bordered dreadnought, the D-41 was introduced in 1969, and has remained a favorite model to this day. With its soundboard, peghead and soundhole trimmed with spectacular paua abalone, the Style 41 traces its roots to Martin's top-line Style 42, which made its debut back in 1870. The signature hexagon fingerboard inlays first appeared on the F-9 archtop of 1935, and...
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1917 Gibson L-4, Deep Resonant Voice!

$2,495
Introduced in 1912, the L-4 is the oldest model still produced by the Gibson company, remaining in the catalog over a century later, now gussied up with pickups and a cutaway. Gibson's unique carved body guitars were a revolutionary innovation: with their arched soundboards and backs, and tailpiece-and-bridge construction, the instruments were specifically designed for steel strings, and produced...
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2004 D'Angelico NYL-2, Upgrade Pickup!

$3,195
From his tiny storefront workshop on Kenmare Street in New York City, John D'Angelico became the most famous archtop guitar builder in the history of the instrument. His peerless craftsmanship and striking art deco designs set a standard for the hand built instrument that has lasted to this day. Until recently, however, few players could dream of owning one of these legendary guitars, as...
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1955 Gibson ETG-150

$1,895
Gibson's only standard issue electric tenor guitar, the ETG-150 was introduced in 1937 and remained in production until 1971. With its fat P-90 pickup and fast 23" scale, the ETG-150 offered a full depth 16" body, bound fingerboard, and specially adapted P-90 pickup, tailpiece and bridge. The laminated body offers superior feedback resistance, and the guitar produces a respectable acoustic tone...
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2013 Gibson L-5 Lee Ritenour, w/Tags and COA

$5,995
Introduced in 1923, the Gibson L-5 was the first commercially produced archtop guitar. Almost 80 years later, it remains the most renowned jazz guitar of all time. Designed by Lloyd Loar himself, the L-5 was the guitar that D'Angelico copied, and Eddie Lang brought to fame. Since that time, the L-5 has been an icon in the hands of players from Wes Montgomery to studio ace Lee Ritenour, who...
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1953 Gibson LG-2

$2,995
One of Gibson's most popular flat top guitars, the LG-2 made its debut in 1942 and remained in the catalog for the next 20 years, until it was re-christened as the B-25 in 1962. Together with its blonde counterpart, the LG-3, these two models were the only smaller Gibson flat tops of their era built with an X-braced soundboard. With its ultra-light construction, tall skinny braces, and stiff...
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1954 Epiphone Zephyr Regent, Gleaming Condition!

$2,495
Introduced in 1950, the Zephyr Regent was Epiphone's most popular electric cutaway guitar. Epi's journeyman 17" instrument, the Zephyr Regent was positioned against its main competitor, the Gibson ES-350. Featuring a deeper cutaway than its Gibson rival, the Zephyr Regent facilitates upper fingerboard access by two to three frets. The adjustable "New York" single-coil pickup is placed in the neck...
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1962 Gibson J-200N, Big Warm Voice!

$5,995
Gibson's premier flat top guitar, the venerable J-200 had its origin with singing cowboy Ray Whitley, who received the first example late in 1937. A 12 fret rosewood guitar with an L-5 neck, inlays and pickguard, this prototype was designated as an 'L-5 Special'. By the following year a 14 fret model reached the market, and maple bodies made their debut in 1947. The first blonde examples appeared...
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2006 Ribbecke Monterey

$9,950
Few have done more to further the craft of the modern archtop guitar than California luthier Tom Ribbecke. Since founding his first workshop in San Francisco in 1972, Tom has produced not only master quality instruments but master quality luthiers themselves, in workshops and videos that have made him a legend among builders worldwide. Now relocated to scenic Sonoma County, Ribbecke continues to...
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1994 Gibson George Gobel Acoustic Thinline L-5CT, Custom One-Off

$8,995
'Lonesome George' Gobel began his career as a child cowboy singer on the National Barn Dance on Chicago's WLS radio. Turning to comedy after the war, Gobel became a national celebrity in the '50s, hosting a popular variety show on NBC-TV. Though featured with his Super 400, the diminutive entertainer was dwarfed by its massive body, and asked Gibson for a custom instrument better suited to his...
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2000 Gibson Les Paul Classic Premium Plus, Intensely Flamed Top

$1,995
Introduced in mid-1952, the Gibson Les Paul Model has remained the worlds' most iconic electric guitar to this day. The stop tailpiece and Tuneomatic bridge were introduced in 1955, the gold barrel knobs were standard through 1960, and PAF humbucking pickups graced the model beginning in mid-1957. The following year, Gibson introduced the sunburst finish and figured maple top on the Les Paul...
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1977 Guild Starfire IV

$2,195
Introduced in 1963, the Guild Starfire IV was a direct competitor to the Gibson ES-335. With twin HB-1 humbucking pickups, and center-block dual cutaway body, the Starfire IV provided enhanced sustain with superior feedback resistance. By 1967, the neck joint had been extended to the 18th fret for superior access to the upper fretboard, and the master volume and block inlay appeared in 1973, with...
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1967 Gibson ES-335, Custom Deep Neck

$5,495
If you've always coveted the nice deep neck of the original late 50's ES-335s, but balked at their $30K plus price tags, this unique guitar can get you that fine full feel, at a fraction of the price. Introduced in 1958, the ES-335TD ("Thin Double-pickup") cemented Gibson's reputation for cutting-edge innovation combined with classic traditional design. The thin body was easier for players to...
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2001 D'Angelico New Yorker NYL-2, Solid Top

$2,995
From his tiny storefront workshop on Kenmare Street in New York City, John D'Angelico became the most famous archtop guitar builder in the history of the instrument. His peerless craftsmanship and striking art deco designs set a standard for the hand built instrument that has lasted to this day. Until recently, however, few players could dream of owning one of these legendary guitars, as...
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2006 Gretsch White Falcon, All Factory Tags

$2,495
Gretsch introduced its iconic White Falcon model in 1955, as their top of the line electric instrument. A full size 17" thinline guitar, the Falcon was priced at an eye-popping $600, and featured engraved pearl inlay and gold sparkle binding, the latter repurposed from Gretsch's fancy drum material. By 1962, a double cutaway version made its debut, along with the Bigsby vibrato. Discontinued in...
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1994 Heritage Super Eagle, Top Of The Line

$3,995
Handbuilt in Kalamazoo in the old Gibson plant, the Super Eagle is the flagship of the Heritage line. The equivalent to the Super 400CES, the Super Eagle shares the same materials and specifications as its Gibson cousin, including the solid carved quartersawn spruce top, solid flame maple back and sides, inlaid ebony fingerboard and parallel bracing. An elegant super jumbo jazz box, this big...
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2006 EASTMAN AR805CE

$1,995
All solid. All carved. Hand built, one at a time, with remarkable high-figure tonewoods. Eastman archtop guitars are individually crafted by violin-trained luthiers, without shortcuts, the old-fashioned way. And they share the appointments of the costliest high-end guitars. Solid ebony finger rest, tailpiece and fingerboard like a Benedetto. An X-braced top and 1 3/4" nut, like a Johnny Smith....
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1997 PRS Custom 22, Ten Top

$1,895
The instruments built by the Paul Reed Smith company are among the most influential and coveted electric guitars made anywhere. Introduced in 1993, the PRS Custom 22 has been the firm's workhorse model for decades, with its highly figured maple top, solid mahogany set-neck construction, and player-friendly features like the low friction nut, locking tuners and comfy 10" radius fingerboard. This...
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1994 Grimes Jazz Nouveau

$4,995
Since 1972 the celebrated luthier Steve Grimes has been making master quality instruments by hand, and building in the process a formidable reputation for his meticulous construction and creative designs. Working from his shop on the side of Mt. Haleakala on Maui, Grimes has partnered with such luminaries as slack-key master Keola Beamer and legendary designer Ned Steinberger to create...
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1959 Gibson ES-225TDN, STOLEN!

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This guitar was stolen in December, 2011, by an individual or individuals operating in the Tampa, FL area. The guitar is stamped with the Factory Order Number S611-21, which is visible on the inside of the back, viewed through the treble sound hole, on the right side of the guitar. At the time of the theft, the guitar was housed in a brown 70's vintage hard shell case with a gold Gibson...
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