Dying Breed Music
Lane Comeaux
(870) 818-3434
Searcy, Arkansas
9:49 PM
9:00-6:00 Monday-Friday 1:00-4:30 Saturday Closed on Sunday We strive for same day responses on all email and phone calls.

Money Order, Bank Wire, PayPal, Cash, Western Union, Certified Check. Personal check- gear ships upon check clearing. Will hold an item for 30 days with 20 percent deposit. Will hold an item for 24 hours if customer specifically requests. Don't be scared off by our consistently low prices. We are in the business of selling guitars, not keeping them!

We ship worldwide, 24 countries and counting. Shipping will be added to the final sale price. 150 dollars for overnight shipping, 100 dollars for two day shipping. Other arrangements can be made at your request; i.e. UPS. All shipments are professionally packed and fully insured through Heritage Insurance. Shipping is paid for by the buyer every time.

Buyer pays shipping both ways in the event of a return. Your purchase price will be refunded minus cost of shipping when we receive the guitar back. 24 hour approval period in U.S. No returns overseas.

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1925 Martin 00-18

A wonderful pre War steel string 1925 00-18. An incredibly rare guitar in this model and 12 fret configuration. The guitar is feather light and plays perfectly thanks to an expert Lanham neck set along with a replica bridge and plate. Ebony, Adirondack, Honduran mahogany, and hide glue. This guitar is housed in a CALTON case, and most of us know that means. This guitar is articulate, loud,...
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1941 Martin 0-21

Wow, this guitar brings me back. The first war Martin I had was a 1941 D-18. Still my favorite year. And then for two years the only guitar I owned was a pre war 21 style. The bells and whistles were great and remain so on this 1941 0-21. Adirondack, Brazilian rosewood, diamond inlays,, ebony, hide glue, scalloped braces. 12 frets! Slotted head stock! Incredible sound. Notes leap out of these...
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1937 Gibson Nick Lucas Special

RARE and extremely desirable. 1937 Gibson Nick Lucas- truly in the special category. It was the first celebrity named guitar model Gibson ever produced. Fewer than 250 were made in the nine year run of the model- several configurations were used. The first version of the Nick Lucas model (a.k.a. "Gibson Special") was built with the same body outline as the L-1, but the depth was increased to...
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1963 Gretsch Astro Jet

A genuine vintage guitar from the golden era of vintage electrics. Red is my favorite color so this one checks a lot of rock and roll boxes. $3,200.
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1938 Epiphone Triumph

A rare and lively pre war 1938 Epiphone Triumph. A great investment and a good vintage instrument if it is your first or your tenth. $3,250
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1963 Gretsch Country Gentleman

One of my earliest guitar related memories was wanting a Country Gentleman. Now some 25 years later comes this 1978 Gretsch Country Gentleman. It’s as beautiful and vivid as the first time I saw one on stage. Made in U.S.A. $5,750.
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1931 Martin 0-18 Koa

A near mint true rarity. 1931- one of the best for Martin- 0-18 Koa. 12 frets and a slotted head stock. A special instrument. $9,900.
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1966 Fender Stratocaster

1966 Fender Stratocaster 19% off
Sale price. Here is a special custom color guitar that is completely original. 1966 Candy Apple Red Stratocaster. Housed in the original case. This guitar is solid as a rock and features a Brazilian rosewood board. Grey bottom pickups. We have dozens of photos, including of the internals. This one will not last long. $26,250. The frets, nut, pickup, and three way selector switch are untouched....
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1969 Fender Telecaster Custom

Guarantee you’ve never seen this before. A MINT like new 1969 Telecaster Custom complete with factory black headstock with gold lettering. Do you like 1 of 1 objects? Diversifying your investment? Having a guitar nobody else has? I always say buy the best condition you can afford. This is it. Literally looks unplayed. Housed in the original case. Contact Dying Breed. $19,000.
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1968 Fender Telecaster

1968 Fender Telecaster $1,000 off
The cleanest 1968 Fender Telecaster Paisley that you’ll ever see. A truly rare guitar in mint condition. All original and in the original black hard shell case. Ash guard is present and looks brand new! The maple neck looks as if you bought it yesterday. Wear is nearly nonexistent. An investable guitar as well as a superb instrument. Four bolt neck plate. Call Dying Breed today to add this...
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2019 Crowder Brazilian D

Perhaps the best luthier built guitar we’ve ever had. This Crowder features Brazilian rosewood back and sides- and pearl heel cap! Along with a shaded Adirondack spruce top. Diamond inlays along the fretboard, scalloped braces, and engraved tuners. Herringbone trim. It’s difficult to imagine a better modern guitar. It sounds incredible and stands up to at least half of the vintage pieces we’ve...
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1944 Gibson J-45

1944 Gibson J-45 11% off
Perhaps the most exciting guitar of the summer. These have been lionized and canonized in multiple books. Their sound prowess, build quality, and historical significance are noted. In my estimation these are particularly well suited for driving alternative country, blues, lively strumming, and Americana. Made originally for the working man, now more than ever ready for the working man’s music. An...
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1934 Martin 000-18

1934 000-18 shade top. Ultra rare with a tremendous sound. Please contact Dying Breed Guitars if interested. $30,000.
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1941 Martin D-18

1941 Martin D-18 11% off
Please inquire. A whale of a D-18.
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1963 Fender Champ

1963 Fender Champ 12% off
One of the very last Fender tweed amps ever made. 1963 Champ. Please contact Dying Breed Guitars if interested. $3,750.
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1933 Martin D-28 12 fret

This is possibly the most historically important guitar we have sold. It is a pre-World War II twelve fret Martin D-28. A 12 fret from this era is FAR rarer and much more valuable than their fourteen fret counterparts. Only twenty-one twelve fret D-28s were ever produced at Martin. Only 12 D-28s with 12 fret necks were produced in 1933. Martin records indicate that this guitar was the very last...
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