Atomic Guitars
Charles Damga
Cell:917 975 9292
Southampton, NY
5:50 AM
Email is best. cdamga1@me.com Call me Eastern time 9-8 cellphone- 917 975 9292,

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Your cost, US POST to Europe or GXG. in the USA UPS Ground is cheapest I charge $35 to pack an instrument- $15 of that cost is the box.

48 hours on receipt, flexible. Only one return in 15 years

Found 91 matches

~1963 National Airline Folkstar

$1,500
Very excellent condition, very rare black plastic, resonator with straight neck and good sound. High quality condition except for the a bit of tarnish on the metal strap that holds the ball ends of the strings in tension. These thin hollow, light modern style resonators are often converted to hip-looking electric resonators with a surface-mounted neck pickup..great-looking "Gumby headstock."...
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1982 Lyle CRMD 5 string

$450
Excellent sound, very melodic and looks cool with American eagle decal on back of resonator
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~1980 Aria AD-80

$1,400
Really sweet playing upper level Aria from Law-suit era. A direct copy of Martin D -45? With the same Martin style appointments: gaudy, but cool faux abalone binding, headstock shape, bridge even similar style hdstock decal . It hasrosewood back and sides and Sitka spruce top and sounds a bit like a Martin, but not a D-45.
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1975 HOFNER Banjo None

$400
Very loud, sounds nice, clean banjo with no scratches on resonator, good playability. I am not a banjo player, but Hofner makes very competent above-average low-end musical instruments so I got it.
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~1980 Aria HUMMINGBIRD

$750
#9460 Mint condition lawsuit Japanese copy of Gibson Hummingbird with identical appointments and not a mark on it except 2 slight, faint pick scratches near sound hole. Amazingly identical copy down to the exact pickguard details. Great condition for an 1980 guitar. Hardly played.
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1932 Gibson Kalamazoo KG-11 "zipper"

$2,500
#707 is faint stamp on neck block. X-braced by an excellent Southern luthier and brought back to excellent, beautiful looking and wonderful playing condition with a new two-tone cream and grey 50's case to boot. This is the special 1932 ( Gibsons worst economic depression year) "zipper" black and white checker sound hole model. Perhaps the (one year only ) checkerboard sound hole binding detail...
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~1980 Blue Mountain lap Dulcimer

$400
Nice solid walnut handmade dulcimer with a few very tiny dings on the edges and a small repaired back crack. Cool simple scroll headstock, four strings, Gotoh guitar tuners and 4 great heart-shaped soundholes. Heavy duty suede wrapped wood case
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MOUNTAIN M-37

$1,895
Very recent, very excellent "Mountain" replica of a D-28 Martin guitar. A few online references, all positive, point toward Korean manufacture buy there is scant evidence of an importer or dealer. I found this at a Guitar Center that had no info but was amazed at how good this guitar really sounds. Everyone online who has discovered one cherishes their lucky find. Fit and finish are marvelous. I...
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~1977 Gibson Marauder

$900
#00188548 All original pickups, mahogany body, rosewood fingerboard, maple neck. It has a great blender switch that smoothly blends the two pickups. It is a venerable axe from the seventies that I had reconditioned by my luthier/ repair person who cleaned up the pickups and controls then he tried to persuade me to sell it to him. It has a bolt on neck- Gibson trying to be Fender. Very...
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2014 Martin D-15M

$1,175
#1801665 Really powerful base, considered a best buy from Martin by most dealers. So wonderful i cant resist picking them up whenever i see them. Over $1600 new. No scratches, no marks-clean. Add $100 for a hard case because i cant ship it without one. Revival of famous 1940 Style 15, mortise/tenon neck joint, solid mahoghany back, neck andsides. E.Indian rosewood fingerbd, 1 11/16" neck width,...
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~1932 National Duolian

$4,000
#C5085 Sounds like a cannon. Best sounding-loud- 12 fret resonator guitar I've had in a while. Slotted headstock, original tuners, it has the words Doulian and National hand-punched into the headstock, no label, registration numbers/letters punched into top of the headstock. 12 fret neck in good shape but fingerboard was flat and split, with small early-style frets so I sent it to National...
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1936 National "piano finish" brown Duolian

$4,100
#2296 This guitar has a new neck for wonderful finger-style and it has a wonderfully mar-free body. Neck has customary wear marks as do the body edges but no unsightly stain where pick guard once sat (it must have been removed immediately upon purchase). I think this is an exceptional find for its age. It must not have been played very often.
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2016 Airline/Eastwood Airline Big Horn

$400
#CRC110055 NIFTY LITTLE GUITAR! Bright red, No marks, new, only missing trussed cover 1 5/8" neck width, 2 great vintage voiced Diamond Argyle single coils
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~1973 Takamine D-18 lawsuit copy G330

$650
83040420 Lawsuit model that closely resembles the Martin D-18. Sounds very nice, low action, no cracks, besides a few but not many little dings this is a very decent guitar.
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~1964 Yamaha FG-140

$600
Very nice big sixties survivor with good action and big sound. No cracks but a few nicks. Feels like a solid, more expensive guitar though it is still very light and graceful.
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~2004 Martin 000ECHF Belleza Bianca Eric Clapton

$5,400
#1161346 "White Beauty" 000 Martin one of the most popular limited edition guitars (410 total) ever made by Martin, jointly designed by Clapton himself and Japanese designer Hiroshima Fujiwara. Excellent sounding unplayed special edition 000 Eric Clapton model has an Engleman spruce top, 1 3/4"nut on a modified V-shape neck of solid mahogany, 5/16" scalloped top braces that enhance the top's...
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2011 Gibson SG

$1,100
Superfine, like new two pickup SG that sings. fotos soon
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2015 Martin CEO-7

$2,000
# AConsidered the best new guitar model made by Martin in years. Also a great price for so much guitar, The cost was kept very low at the behest of the Martin chairman who personally guided its development. Sounds better than most vintage L-00s, which it emulates. Undersaddle pickup included. These are hard to find- they sell as soon as they come in. New but at a discounted price.
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2009 Martin M-36

$2,950
# Great-sounding "M" body very rare for this period is only now getting the appreciation it deserves. Sounds as full and deep as a dreadnought. David Bromberg, Shawn Colvin, and many other performers champion this ""m" size, so much so that they have chosen it for use as their signature models.
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~2011 Martin D-18

$2,350
#1643438 this is a very fine nicely matured, recent guitar owned by a local guitar teacher who wanted to trade up. Very pleasant and surprisingly deep, loud and vibrant. I really was surprised by how good this sounded Excellent Fishman undersaddle pickup expertly installed.
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~1979 Gurian CLM CLASSIC

$3,000
Neckblock number is J-M C2272. A very fine boutique guitar from the man who helped invent modern guitar- lutherie thru extensive experimentation and development. Near flawless, 1 11/16" neck, dreadnought mahoghany body, long scale. These guitars are solidly built (few of these have cracks or need necksets) and the workmanship is superb.
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1937 National "piano finish" Duolian

$4,000
#B2827 Super clean on the front except for small flaking on the resonator cover. Super Rare "piano finish" Duolian from the late thirties with mojo and resonance unlike many that turn up these days. A metal can that still has that beautiful sustain, reverberation and sizzle of a classic vibrato. It shows little wear on the front but more on the back. Surprise: no sign of pick guard staining.
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1974 Fender® Telecaster® Deluxe

$3,000
#521947 Great sounding "wide range" pickups specially designed for Fender by Seth Lover to top the humbuckers he designed for Gibson a few years before. Guitar is in remarkable condition weigh 7.5 lbs and, except for a few normal edge scratches, looks recent since the honey body still glows from the glossy original finish. Lighter than most Alder or ash models has a very pleasantly comfortable...
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1964 Gibson Country Western

$4,000
#193667 Wonderful CW from the last great year-1964- for Gibson acoustics when they were built ultra light and blemish free. Many of these had adjustable saddles which often muffled the sound. These saddles are routinely replaced but when they sound very good people leave them intact. (If it ain't broke, don't fix it). Once owned by G.E. Smith, still in great condition. It has deep base and a...
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~1968 Gibson J-45

$3,150
#911615 well-travelled but no cracks. The back has overall finish crenulation. Sound is rich and deep with strong treble.. Deep red handsome but muted top with reglued adjustable rosewood saddle (original). Photos soon.
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1932 Regal (old) Student

$850
A fine old spider bridge resonator for student lap slide playing in good condition. Rare round holes on resonator cover make it very special. The flat fretboard with some well-worn finger grooves in the first position is great for lapstyle playing. Sounds very nice, no cracks, no bad scratches, has supercool beige old-fashioned case with dark trim. Guitar comes out of bottom after you unhook the...
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~1965 Goya MA-6

$900
#237605 Made in Sweden. Loud and sweet, usual light crackle of finish for its age. Back is gorgeous figured mahogany , tight spruce top with finish worn in one very small place at bottom of pick guard just above bridge. 3 little dings otherwise finish is smooth and shiny, no cracks- a very smart-looking mandolin.
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1962 Stella Sundale

$550
Super cool looking mini guitar in great condition. A great decorative piece and it even sounds passable in a thin, novelty, ukulele kind of way. Low action fun to play with new silk/steel strings.
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1932 Gibson Carson Robison KG-11

$2,600
Zipper #2 Quite a rare guitar, the "zipper" inlay, Black and white checkerboard around the soundhole is a tasty twist only produced in 1932. With a smaller, more squat body, it is, similarly ladder braced like the KG-14. It is a mini Gibson L-00 w/o a truss rod. Itjs welcome compactness makes it a wonderful travel guitar. Feather-light, responsive, intimate, yet capable of playing some brash...
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~1935 Gibson L-00

$3,850
#14776 ink stamp barely readable and 194 in red pencil scrawled below it. A very fine player. No cracks front or back, normal play wear and low action with no visible neckset. One tight 4 inch long hairline repaired split in the middle of the left lower bout.The back is uniformly covered in very light scratches which may be buffed out. The Gibson prewar L-00 is rapidly becoming the guitar of...
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