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Rick Yancey
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San Antonio, TX
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2015 Santa Cruz Style 1 Parlor

$16,425
To properly introduce the Santa Cruz Style 1, it is necessary to echo the historic positioning of the SCGC PJ guitar. The parlor-style body was the pinnacle of the art of guitar making up until the late 19th century. This was the optimal size for tonal perfection. The reason guitars got bigger was to make them louder. With amplification and modern recording techniques, we can once again embrace...
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2015 Santa Cruz 00 Model

$6,255
The OO is an ergonomic delight. This instrument delivers ease of playability and surprising volume for its size. Certainly not just a smaller version of the OOO, the OO is a specialized tool onto itself. The 12-fret body and 24-3/4 inch string length tunes to pitch at lower string tension, making the action supple while requiring less of a stretch between frets. The size and voicing of the OO...
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2017 Santa Cruz OM Grand Cutaway

$7,110
lusher, louder sister to their extremely popular OM model. In comparison, the OM Grand embodies the same elegance, only in increased quantity of volume, projection and bass. More isn’t necessarily better, though in the context of a band’s competing acoustic instruments the ‘more’ of the OM Grand assures the guitar’s rightful dominance in the ensemble. These include Indian Rosewood, responsibly...
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2017 Santa Cruz OM Grand 12 String

$6,705
SCGC’s OM Grand is a bigger, lusher, louder sister to their extremely popular OM model. In comparison, the OM Grand embodies the same elegance, only in increased quantity of volume, projection and bass. More isn’t necessarily better, though in the context of a band’s competing acoustic instruments the ‘more’ of the OM Grand assures the guitar’s rightful dominance in the...
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2016 Santa Cruz OM Grand Torrefied Bear Claw Top

$5,400
SCGC’s OM Grand is a bigger, lusher, louder sister to their extremely popular OM model. In comparison, the OM Grand embodies the same elegance, only in increased quantity of volume, projection and bass. More isn’t necessarily better, though in the context of a band’s competing acoustic instruments the ‘more’ of the OM Grand assures the guitar’s rightful dominance in the...
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2015 Santa Cruz H/13

$4,725
What’s up with thirteen frets? The historical precedent for this classic shape was the Gibson ‘Nick Lucas Special’ from the 1920’s and ’30’s, the one Bob Dylan holds in early photos. The “H” designation is an acknowledgement to the guardian of the lore of all things vintage and stringed, Maestro Paul Hostetter, who commissioned SCGC to build the prototype in 1978. In spite of the question of...
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2016 Santa Cruz Firefly

$5,760
The FireFly concept: Current technology has allowed artists to lay down tracks from remote locations creating a need for a sophisticated guitar that travels well and still delivers a professional performance. Features: Body: Indian Rosewood Back Stripe: S29 Binding: Ivoroid Top: Cedar Rosette: Abalone Purfling: Abalone Bracing: Scalloped Peghead: Firefly Peghead Binding:...
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2015 Santa Cruz Don Edwards Signature Mahogany 12 Fret 00

$5,130
If we don’t continue to tell the stories of the past, they will no longer be remembered. Don Edwards understands this, and has devoted his life to keeping the lyrics and lore the old west alive and well in the mind and hearts of America. 2011 marks the 50th anniversary in the music business for this most beloved cowboy poet and balladeer, and in honor of this career milestone, Santa Cruz Guitar...
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2016 Santa Cruz D model Bear Claw Sitka Top

$7,380
The Santa Cruz D Model has a unique tapered bracing, voiced to enhance the midrange and treble without compromising the bass volume. This voicing gives the D Model a more even balance and a greater versatility than traditionally braced dreadnoughts. The Santa Cruz Guitar Company Dreadnought Model was carefully conceived to accommodate the modern player’s need for sophisticated balance with more...
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2016 Santa Cruz Brad Paisley Pre War

$5,130
Santa Cruz Guitar Company proudly announces the debut of the Brad Paisley Signature Model Guitar. The story begins with Paisley’s acoustic guitar mastery and his well-deserved super star status. His decision to partner with a shop as small as Santa Cruz Guitar Company came from his desire to be associated with quality and responsibility above all else. He wanted his name on a handmade instrument...
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2015 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 1934 D

$9,405
In 1934, the powerful 14-fret herringbone dreadnought was unleashed. This has become one of the most revered and sought after designs of the steel string acoustic guitar. No one has reproduced the essence of the iconic original, until now. The secret to the often superior tone of vintage instruments lies in aged woods (crystallized resins) and the relaxation of tensions built-in during...
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2016 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 1929 000

$5,490
The OOO is the full sized version of the 1929 Model series. A longer, 25.375 inch scale for additional volume and bass make it a worthy ensemble instrument. You will find the same simple and elegant aesthetics of the 1929-O and 1929-OO versions. The master grade True Mahogany top is correctly dimensioned and hand voiced for a full and complex presence, and the elements for an heirloom guitar are...
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2015 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 1929 00

$4,882.50
The Robb Report showcases the simple elegance of this SCGC model as a way to ‘own the extraordinary’ instead of ‘settle for the ordinary.’ Welcomed internationally as both timely and timeless, the 1929-00 has received sparkling reviews from the most prestigious publications in France, Germany, UK and the US. This instrument’s design pays homage to the simple and elegant instruments made for...
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2016 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 000

$5,949
The OOO is the 12-fret predecessor of the OM. If access past the 12th fret is of no concern, the OOO adds some distinct advantages tonally and cosmetically. The extension of the body to the 12th fret adds additional airspace, which translates into increased sound volume and a more predominate bass in the EQ making it a fingerstyle favorite. Features: Body Wood: Mahogany Back Stripe:...
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2016 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 00-Skye - Eric Skye Model

$6,225
Portland based jazz guitarist Eric Skye was named by 20th Century Guitar Magazine as “one of the best rising stars of the American acoustic jazz scene.” This hardworking instrumentalist has gained a loyal following both as a dramatic and expressive live performer and an in-demand acoustic guitar instructor both in Oregon and in the online music community. He has been featured in magazines such as...
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2015 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz - H13 Brazilian

$17,035
What’s up with thirteen frets? The historical precedent for this classic shape was the Gibson ‘Nick Lucas Special’ from the 1920’s and ’30’s, the one Bob Dylan holds in early photos. The “H” designation is an acknowledgement to the guardian of the lore of all things vintage and stringed, Maestro Paul Hostetter, who commissioned SCGC to build the prototype in 1978. In spite of the question of...
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2015 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Tony Rice - German Spruce Top

$6,150
The Tony Rice Signature Model represents over 30 years of collaboration between the world’s foremost flatpicking icon and SCGC’s founding luthier, Richard Hoover. Today’s model incorporates decades of refinement in response to players’ demands and the sophisticated evolution of the master’s technique. Never intended to be a copy of Mr. Rice’s iconic 1935 Martin D-28, the TR Model is voiced to...
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2016 Bourgeois Used - Bourgeois OM Country Boy - Aged Tone A

$3,800
Mahogany guitars are often looked at as poor cousins of rosewood guitars, but we politely disagree, dressing the Country Boy in classic appointments such as ebony fretboard and bridge, wooden rosette, tortoiseshell binding and nickel Waverly tuners. We also consider it worthy of the same diamond volute that we use on the back of our Vintage Dreadnought peghead. In addition to selecting only the...
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois - Vintage D - Adirondack Spruce Top - E

$4,107
The best thing about our Vintage Dreadnought is that you don't have to imagine what it might sound like if you custom ordered it with an Adirondack spruce top. Ours is the only standard herringbone - style dreadnought that can make this claim. Adirondack spruce, also known as Eastern Red Spruce, was the legendary topwood used on most pre-war American-made guitars. Properly sawn, Adirondack is...
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois D Country Boy - Adirondack Top - Mahogany Back and

$3,900
When Ricky Skaggs suggested the name "Country Boy" for our mahogany dreadnought, we all fell on the floor. We still wonder where he got such a great idea for a name! Admittedly, depending on which Body Style is used with this traditional combination of spruce and mahogany, you can get pretty far removed from anything remotely "country" in look and sound. Over the years we have considered...
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois D Large Soundhole - Adirondack Top - Brazilian Bac

$9,863
Our Large Soundhole D incorporates many of the features that bluegrass flatpickers search for in those "Holy Grail" pre-war dreadnoughts. The enlarged soundhole, special rosette, custom pickguard and blank, bound 21-fret fingerboard capture the proper authentic aura for this specialty model. Dana has also incorporated the hallmarks of his own current designs, including our Aged Tone™ torrefied...
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois D Wood Deluxe - Adirondack Top - Figured Koa Bindi

$8,940
The D Wood Deluxe gives you an opportunity to own a special combination with select wood appointments. Curly koa wood binding surrounds the body, neck and headstock along with gold Waverly Tuners. Here it is paired with Guatemalan rosewood back and sides and red spruce top. Red spruce, commonly known as Adirondack spruce, is the topwood used on the most treasured of the pre-war American guitars....
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois L-DBOS Sunburst - Aged Tone Adirondack Top - Mahog

$6,165
Utilizing Bourgeois' Aged Tone torrefaction technology, this guitar combines vintage small-body character and bark with Dana's signature articulation and response. The result is a versatile instrument with tons of personality, perfect for finger-style blues, old-time accompaniment, and comfortable couch-playing. This version features a hand-applied dark sunburst finish Features: • Top Wood:...
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2016 Bourgeois Bourgeois OMS Wood Deluxe - Italian Spruce Top - Premium Mul

$6,620
Balance, power and full, piano-like sound; our richest-sounding guitar. We think of the OMS as the 12 fret version of the OM, as opposed to the other way around. It boasts all the tonal properties of our OM, with the added power and fullness of a 12 Fret. The 12 Fret design places the soundhole closer to the waist of the guitar and locates the bridge at the widest part of the lower bout, where...
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2016 Collings Waterloo WL-JK Deluxe

$2,610
Full-bodied in both tone and stature, the aptly nicknamed "Jumbo King” is the largest size offering in the Waterloo line and a modern day tribute to jumbo-sized guitars of the early 1940s. Originally manufactured by Regal for the mail-order enterprise Montgomery Ward, this slope-shoulder body size was designed to provide performers of the era with enough volume and power for professional radio...
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2016 Collings Waterloo WL-JK

$2,070
Full-bodied in both tone and stature, the aptly nicknamed "Jumbo King” is the largest size offering in the Waterloo line and a modern day tribute to jumbo-sized guitars of the early 1940s. Originally manufactured by Regal for the mail-order enterprise Montgomery Ward, this slope-shoulder body size was designed to provide performers of the era with enough volume and power for professional radio...
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2016 Collings Waterloo WL-K 12 Fret

$2,340
Weighing in at under three pounds, the featherweight WL-K is an exciting new 12-fret addition to the Waterloo line built with maximum responsiveness in mind. Inspired by the elusive instruments manufactured under the sub-brand Kel Kroydon around 1930, which were touted at the time to offer the utmost in vibratory response and the finest tone available, the WL-K is delicately built using...
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2016 Collings Waterloo WL-14XTR

$1,890
WATERLOO WL-14X Keeping true to the design and style of the era, the WL-14 is available in "X" bracing (X). The "X" braced version retains tighter focus and balance across the tonal range. There are currently two different neck profiles and two neck support options available for the WL-14. The standard neck profile is a sizable, vintage-inspired neck with a prominent "V" shape. For those who...
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2016 Collings Waterloo WL-14L

$1,890
The WL-14 is the flagship model of the Waterloo guitar line and the inspiration that started it all. Keeping true to the design and style of the era, the WL-14 “L” is model that features "ladder" bracing. The ladder bracing option provides woody and open tone, with midrange honk that's perfect for fingerstyle blues. Features: Body Width: 14 3/4" Body Length: 19 1/4" Body Depth: 4...
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