Hudson Guitar Co.
Alex Frankel
908.296.5167
Summit, NJ
9:41 AM
By appointment

Paypal or in person cash

Will ship instruments at your expense after money is received in our account. You are responsible for return shipping as well.

We will take a guitar back within 48 hours damage free. Remember many of our instruments are brand new or virtually un-played. We'd like you to come by and take your time deciding. We are a 40 Minute train ride from Penn Station NYC. Or 15 minutes by cab from Newark Liberty Airport.

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1954 Martin D-18

$7,000
Great old D-18!!!!! Its a killer! One of the best we've ever heard. Top lightly oversprayed unfortunately,7 otherwise everything checks out perfect. Action and neck angle is perfect. Lots of punch. Ready to go!!!!!
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~1931 Kay Kraft Flat top

$3,000
Cool old Kay Kraft Nick Lucas clone with a great tone. Has new fretboard. Cool MOTS headstock.
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~1953 Gibson LG-2 3/4

$2,500
Beautiful little gibson guitar in very clean conditon!!!! Recent neck reset and setup. Comes with original case.
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1964 Gibson SG-Special

$4,750
Killer early sixties Sg Special with factory tremolo. Great shape, all original!!! Super low action no buzzes, it play's beautifully. The 2 original P90 pickups scream and sound warm a jazzy all just with turn of a knob. Comes with original case.
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~2001 Schoenberg Soloist

$6,000
This is a phenomenal guitar!!! Indian and German spruce soloist. Made during the Julius Borges/John Slobod era. Inside of top is signed by Slobod who currently building his own guitars under the Circa name in maine. guitar is in perfect condition except for a finish reaction on the bass bout of the top... It has not been touched up.
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~1974 Gurian J-R

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A great old Gurian jumbo. We've had this guitar for years. Its a good one!!
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~1935 Leo Posch Martin C-1

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A Great guitar. It was born a Martin C-1 archtop guitar and was converted to an OM. A new neck was made with a fixed graphite truss rod in order to make it an OM. Gorgeous Sunburst! I haven't picked up my 30's OM since this arrived.
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~1942 Martin F-1

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Near mint condition. Looks like a new guitar only issue being a small 4 inch crack next to the tailpiece. If you are a fan of Martin archtop guitars than you have got to check this out.
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~1956 Gibson J-200

$10,000
All original, great sound!!!! What more could you ask for?
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1951 Martin D-18

$7,500
Killer old D-18 everything is perfect except for one filled input jack hole on the treble side. bridge has been regaled. The neck angle is perfect, the frets are good, action is great. Great sounding!!!!! Ready to go!!!
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~1934 Gibson L-00

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This L-00 is perfect! It has all of the typical Gibson lacquer crazing But not a pick mark on it. Replaced bridge. The only scratch on it is from its original soft case. This one is actually a twin (is from the same batch!)as the other 35' L-00 we currently have for sale. Please don't hesitate to email us for pictures.
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1954 Martin 000-18

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A really good one. No issues just Beautiful. A lot of bearclaw more then we have ever seen, more then shows up then in the photo. It is loaded with silking and sounds great. The only flaw is a repaired dent on the upper bout of the treble side. Low action smooth playing. Yup this is a good one.
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1963 Martin 0-18

$2,800
Great guitar all original except someone put a pearl dot in the middle of the bridge why I do not know? No screw behind it. No issues needs no work at all. This is a wonderful little martin. Brazillian rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Has had a recent neck reset and is in perfect playing order. Plays great. Small guitars are in.
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1954 Martin 000-18

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Structurally all correct. This guitar sounds and plays great! Has just had a neck reset and has been professionally refretted. It has darkened with time and does have a funny patina on the pickguard also the original owner wrote their initals on inside of the back, J.C. Thats heavy. Brazilian fingerboard and bridge. Original tuners.This guitar sounds great and is ready to be played for another...
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1968 Martin D-21

$6,750
Martin D-21, 1968, EXC, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, what a tone, this guitar just blows you away and is very loud. In excellent condition, rarely played, I’ve personally owned this guitar since 1978. It has never had a neck reset and does not need one. 100% all original and has the more desirable small maple bridgeplate. Typical wear not a lot though. Ready for the next 40 years.
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~1943 Gibson LG-2

$4,250
Gibson LG-2, 1940s, VG, “Only a Gibson is Good Enough” Script Gibson logo. Beefy neck, Original tuners, the guitar has one ancient side crack that is hardly visible and was repaired long ago. Has the typical gibson Lacquer Crazing. Excellent action this guitar is ready to go!!!!
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1966 Martin D-18

$4,000
Martin D-18, 1966 VG. A solid all around guitar. Has had a recent neck reset by Mark Simon here in NJ. The action and the playability is terrific. One side crack was been repaired long ago and is a tad esque and there is one small well repaired crack on the top near the tortoise shell pick guard. This guitar has a narrow neck of the day.
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~2007 Nickerson D-55 special

$4,000
Nickerson D-55 special, serial # 898, Year March 2007, Figured Mahogany back and sides and German spruce top. Ebony fretboard and Brazillian Bridge. Burled Maple Headstock overlay. Three ply binding made of maple and ebony. Pearl inlay at the 12th fret and faux tortoiseshell pickguard and gold plated Gotoh Tuners. This was Brad's first guitar back in NC. Very well done loud and crisp like like...
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~2005 Collings OM2AV

$3,400
Red Spruce top! Indian rosewood back sides, Herringbone trim , sounds great!!! Comes with an original Collings case. Terrific symmetrically grained Adirondack top rings like only Red can. This is a guitar for a life time. 1 ¾” at the nut. This guitar has it all the long scale OM size. You hear it all the minute pick it up and all it needs to do is be played and played and played.
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