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1971 Gibson Es 335

This is a very nice Gibson ES 335 from circa 1971 with the original Gibson hard shell case. In person this guitar has the "watermelon" cherry finish (Ted Greene's favorite color). It has a replacement pick guard that fits well and newer replacement tuners but the originals are included and they are in good condition. Original frets, knobs, tailpiece, bridge, pickups and finish. A great playing...
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1965 Gibson SG SPECIAL

This is a beautiful 1965 Gibson SG Special that is in excellent plus original condition with the original Gibson soft case also in excellent condition. The nickel parts are bright and shiny with no evidence of them starting to dull. Original tuners, frets, pick guard, bridge, tailpiece, tremolo bar, knobs and finish. Very mild finish checking on the top and back that will not show up in the...
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1970 Martin D-18

This is a 1970 Martin D-18 that is in overall excellent condition. It has a repair on the the side of the guitar near the neck where there was a strap button that has been removed. Original tuners, frets, pick guard, bridge and finish. Very flat top, no bellying. No cracks. Very minor dongs and scratches on the back consistent with normal play wear but overall excellent condition. Full thickness...
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1995 Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman

This is a a 1995 Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman guitar in excellent original condition with the original Gibson hard shell case. This semi-hollowbody guitar features a laminated maple body, chromyte center block, and 3-piece maple neck. Also includes dual humbuckers; two volume, master tone, master volume controls and pickup selector; special Chet Atkins slim taper neck; body binding;...
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2006 Gibson Johnny A Custom

This is a 2006 Gibson Johnny A Custom semi hollow body electric guitar in near mint original condition with the original Gibson hard case. Blending features of Gibson’s big archtops of the past with innovative techniques of today, the Johnny A Signature is crafted by Gibson Custom with a “thinline” body routed from a single piece of select Grade-A mahogany, capped with a two-piece figured maple...
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1960 Martin D-21

This is a beautiful Martin D-21 from 1960 in excellent original condition with the original hard case.The D-21 was made from the late 1940s until 1969. It features Brazilian rosewood sides and back and spruce top with rosewood fingerboard and bridge. This one is in really nice condition showing only very mild evidence of any play wear at all. Full thickness bridge and bridge saddle, 1 11/16" nut...
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2010 National Reso-Phonic Vintage Steel Delphi

This is a NEW OLD STOCK National Resophonic Vintage Steel Delphi from 2010. It is old stock from my old store and has never been played or sold. I was the first to take off the tissue around the neck and unpack the guitar for the pictures.The National ResoPhonic Delphi is a traditionally shaped steel bodied guitar with a hard rock maple neck, ivoroid bound rosewood fingerboard. The body and...
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1993 Martin HD-28

This is a 1993 Martin HD-28 acoustic dreadnaught acoustic in excellent original condition with the original Martin hard shell case. Very minor nicks and scratches consistent with light normal playing wear. but overall excellent plus. All original tuners, frets, pick guard, bridge and finish. 1 11/16" nut width and 1/8" string height at the 12 fret. This guitar plays perfectly and sounds like...
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1961 Gretsch® 6192 Country Club

This is a real nice 1961 Gretsch Country Club in very good original condition with the original Gretsch hard shell case. It appears to have been refretted years ago with larger frets and there is quite a bit of finish worn off the back of the neck. This wear is from years of normal playing, not done to make the back of the neck feel differently. I'm thinking the original owner was a really good...
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1997 Guild® Artist Award™

This is a Spectacular 1997 Guild Artist Award arch top electric guitar in near mint original condition with all the tags and the original hard shell Guild case. It features a 3 5/8" body depth, a Solid Carved Sitka Spruce Top, Solid German Flamed Maple sides and back, 5 piece Maple/Mahogany Neck, Ebony fretboard with Abalone Inlay, 25 5/8" scale length and a Custom Guild floating pick-up. The...
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1998 Jose Oribe Pro "A" model

This is a 1998 Jose Oribe Professional A-Model Classical Guitar: Cedar top, Indian Rosewood sides and back, Gotoh Premium Hauser style machine head with roller bearings, 6105 Dunlop fret wire, 660mm scale and 53mm nut. The soundboard has a French polished shellac finish. The rest of the instrument is a lacquer type finish. This guitar shows as new. Remarkable original condition for a 20 year...
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1946 Martin D-28

1946 Martin D-28 Herringbone in excellent original condition. All original tuners, pick guard , bridge, bridge plate and finish. This guitar has a really nice aged lite brown finish on the top. Mild pickwear on the topped very minimal nicks and scratches from lite normal use. Mild thumb wear on back of neck in the open position. Beautiful straight grain back and sides. Very flat top with no...
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2011 Martin 000- Custom

This is a 2011 NEW OLD STOCK Martin 000-Custom Cutaway Electric with a Full Gloss Finish and a Mortise and Tenon Neck Joint. It has a factory active pickup with the volume and tone controls just inside the top of the sound hole. It uses a 9 volt battery mounted on the neck block with velcro. It is inventory form my old store and has been in storage for the last 6 years. As new condition, never...
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~1972 Dobro 60S

This is a circa 1972 Dobro model 60S wood body resonator guitar in very good to excellent original condition. It has a round neck and is currently set up with a nut riser so it can be played with a bar, slide style. Original tuners, frets, resonator, tailpiece and all hardware. There are some minor dings around the headstock but it is in overall very nice condition. It comes with a real nice...
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