Found 71 matches

1944 Martin 00-17

$4,200
Very clean scalloped braced completely original guitar. There is some weird mottling of the finish as '44 is prone to, but other than that a really fine example. Fresh neck set, no fret wear, one very minor hairline crack in the lower back.
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1953 Epiphone Devon

$1,400
Really a great sounding and playing guitar. Some lacquer weirdness on the top, changed tailpiece and tuners. No cracks or issues.
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1937 Kay stringmaster

$3,000
1st year model stringmaster. Super rare, play worn but never had the normal neck reglue. This is the one with the thin body. Ebony board could use planing. Don't want to ship this, but if you show up in SLC we will throw in a free tour of the temple.
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~1920 Dyer / Larson style 50

$3,950
A lovely little trinket to complete ones Larson collection, great shape.
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~1915 Knutson mandola

$3,950
I have had (and still do) more harp mandolins than anyone in their right mind, but this is the only harp mandola I have ever seen. It has a 14" scale and is, well, rather large. The pic with the Dyer shows its relative size. Great shape and works well.
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2004 Dupont gypsy Dupont Vielle Reserve

$4,750
Duponts top of the line from the modern master.
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1995 Dupont gypsy MD 10

$4,750
This Dupont is quite early and near mint. Solid Brazilian, big tone pick up, upgraded tuners.
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~1937 Regal bronson 'nick lucas' honolulumaster

$2,950
These came in all manner of constuction: round neck, square neck, ladder bracing, x bracing,plywood or solid tonewoods. This is one of the few that feature solid brazilian back and sides, Ad top, the famous 'double X' regal bracing, pearl binding. . This one is the 'Nick Lucas' body. As well, it has had a neck set and I believe a refret, and then a fabulous set up at Shoenbergs shop. This...
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1980 Martin T 28

$2,400
Not often I venture from excellent to 'near mint', but I thought this one worthy. Just a time piece from under the bed (or in the closet).
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1916 Gibson L-3

$2,600
stunningly beautiful example of a teens L3, pretty much unplayed, no fret ware, excellent playing condition with no issues and a great sound. Bridge may be a reproduction, if so it is very well done.
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Martin MC 40 custom

$3,500
This gorgeous guitar was a martin employee guitar from back in the day when certain employees were allowed to make their own guitar as evidenced by the lack of a serial number. I believe the top is Adirondack, made with 40 style appointments. This is really a marvelous guitar, fantastic sound. It was my wifes choice of guitars for many years until she joined me in falling off the deep end and...
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1946 Martin 00-28G herringbone

$9,750
Minty clean gorgeous guitar, just unbelievable condition. Super rare herringbone, this has to be the nicest one on the planet
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1958 Gibson ES 225

$2,250
Very clean with that desirable fat '59 neck. No issues what so ever,great playability bright shiny very attractive dark sunburst, this is a guitar that was extremely well cared for.
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1963 Gibson es 125 tc

$1,950
Very nice clean original guitar, plays very well, little wear, clean shiny finish with very little of the common checking. the only issue is a bit of fading of the finish on the side at the very bottom only.
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1928 Martin 2-45 T

$19,000
One of 4 style 45 tenor guitars ever made by Martin. Braced for steel strings, and a great player as well as a lovely guitar. Pick wear and a tight hairline crack on the top, the rest of the guitar is pristine. By all accounts the pickguard is probably original, martin was known to put custom white finger rests when ordered during that period, and undoubtedly this was a custom ordered guitar.
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1934 Martin C-1

$2,600
A really nice guitar, completely original, including original hard case with no alterations or issues what so ever. Excellent playability and sound.
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1950 Epiphone triumph

$2,500
What a fabulous tenor! a full 17 1/2" across the lower bout, super condition, playability, sound, completely original, just a joy to play. The two marks below the fingerboard are just that, marks left from the felt of the D'armond 'guitar mike' pickup that comes with it, which seems to be in great shape as well. Great original hard case.
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~1928 Washburn / Lyon and Healy style G

$1,050
this parlor guitar has had a neck reset, modern martin size frets installed, is in super shape and needs nothing. Surprisingly loud and very good sounding.
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1935 Martin 0-17

$3,850
Very clean, bright and shiny finish, reglued center seam on top and a couple of super tight shrinkage cracks, nice in all respects.
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1946 Martin 00-17

$2,500
What we have here is a 1946 the was retopped and refinished by martin, it appears they did a neck set at that point. it retains the original brazilian bridge, the top is redone in period style with a small maple bridge plate. So it is sort of a new 1946 00-17
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1921 Gibson H-1 Mandola

$2,400
A very nice example from the inception of Gibsons best period for mandolin family, the Loar period. Completely original with the upgrade to an adjustable reproduction Cumberland Acoustic bridge. The adjustable bridge did not appear until a few months after this one was built.
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1970 Martin 0-18

$1,850
Nice clean guitar with a replaced pickgaurd, the generic pickguard crack, and the obvious belt buckle wear that has some finish on it. Very nice sounding and playing guitar that needs nothing, but the saddle is as low as you would want it.
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1973 Martin 0-16NY

$2,200
another find from the closet, superb condition.
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1974 Fender® Telecaster®

$4,400
Almost unplayed, can't find a mark on it.
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1933 Gibson L-7

$3,600
We have named this guitar the 'mystery L7' This guitar has a FON from 1933, and a gibson finish from, well, I don't know, but certainly later than 1933. Why does it have dots rather than window frames which would normally be found during that period. Is it early enough that it could be a prototype with dots? That could just be gibson being gibson, with all of the oddities that show up, special...
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1947 Gibson ES-300

$3,300
a lovely timepiece circa 1947 which sports the prewar early gibson logo in the peghead. This guitar is almost unplayed, completely original with a super niice OHSC, sounds amazing and has zero issues, unusual mahogany body.
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1954 Gibson ES 175 D

$4,000
Completely original in the brown HSC, excellent playability and sound, a bit of wear on the neck but not from a capo, playwear from being, well, played!
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~1968 Gibson Johnny Smith

$7,200
A nice 60's Johnny Smith in very fine sounding and playing shape from Gibsons best period for these things. This one has a newer correct pick guard and a regular humbucking pick up in distinction to the normal floating 'mini humbucker'. The pickup is floating and suspended off the end of the board. I don't know if it was ordered this way from the factory or modified thereafter, in any case it...
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saga gitane DG250M gypsy guitar

$600
This is a Gitane DG250 in new condition. It retails for $1295 and dealer cost is $648. I got it for my wife who has a short scale 12 fret wide nut one of these and wanted the narrow nut, once she got it she decided she would rather have the short scale. Surprise! So this is basically unplayed with the exception of I've done a lot of set up on it. Didn't come with a case, I'll find something...
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1983 Flatiron A51

$3,300
a stunning and fabulous sounding early pre-Gibson flatiron in near unplayed condition. The A5-1 is the slightly plainer little sister of the famed A5 artist, same mandolin with slightly less pearl. This is one of the better A5-1/ A5 artists that we've ever had, a superb example and what we consider the bargain of the high end mandolin market.
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