Jet City Guitars, LLC
Jim Brown
206-669-7099
Seattle, WA
10:47 AM
By Appointment.

Payment is by personal check or money order. Payment in full, including shipping and insurance, is required before shipment. Personal checks must clear your bank. Please specify preferred shipping method when you order the instrument and we will calculate the exact price for you.

We represent the instruments as accurately as we can. All instruments are shipped on 48-hour approval. If there is damage as a result of the shipping, please contact us immediately and we will deal with the insurance company. If the instrument is damaged in transit from you to me, then you are responsible for dealing with the damage and insurance. For refunds, all instruments must be returned in the same condition as we shipped them in.

All instruments are shipped on 48-hour approval. If there is damage as a result of the shipping, please contact us immediately and we will deal with the insurance company. If the instrument is damaged in transit from you to me, then you are responsible for dealing with the damage and insurance. For refunds, all instruments must be returned in the same condition as we shipped them in.

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1940 C. F. Martin D-18

$24,500
SN: 74729. Exceptionally fine sounding example of a slim neck, rear-X, scalloped bracing model made between mid-1939 and late 1944. During WWII the T-bar was replaced by ebony reinforcement, which changed the character of the tone. This one has the metal reinforcement which many feel give the guitar a more powerful bass, colorful midrange and robust trebles. The foundational tone is a rich woody...
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1944 C. F. Martin 000-28

$35,000
FON 86857: SALE PENDING Friends, now and then I come across a smaller bodied rosewood guitar whose voice absolutely sparkles. This is one. Three of these appear to have been cut from the same log. This is a wartime 000-28 with many songs under its belt and many more to come. There is plenty of honest pick wear and a few scratches and dents but it’s architecturally and structurally spot on. As my...
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1957 C. F. Martin D-18

$9,500
SN 154112: Friends, I’ve nicknamed this one “Hardly Strictly Bluegrass” because the guitar shows wonderful chordal blooming as well as that rifle-like response that is the trademark of a straight braced D-18. It’s a classic Martin mahogany workhouse that wears its 65 years very gracefully. The top is stripy Sitka spruce that is free of cracks, back and sides are mahogany with tortoise-like...
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1959 Gibson J-50

$6,995
FON T7818-29: Friends, here is a 1959 J-50 round shouldered dreadnought that is remarkably well preserved and resplendent in its original Cali Girl pink lined case. It has a gorgeous, super clean Sitka top and lightly worn, honey colored mahogany back and sides. It has the large but thin pickguard, Brazilian Rosewood bridge with drop-in saddle. The trim and rosette are a nicely aged w/b/w...
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2021 Blazer & Henkes OM-28

$15,750
SN: 629. Friends, here is a new Blazer & Henkes OM-28 of Tubingen, Germany. Natural finish, Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with ivoroid binding and zigzag center strip, moon-logged Alpine Spruce (Haselfichte) top with herringbone trim, 5-9-5 rosette, ivoroid binding, ebony bridge and teardrop guard. Ebony fretboard bound with ivoroid with long pattern snowflakes and diamond inlays. Bound...
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2021 Bagnasco & Casati OM-28

$10,500
SN 2102: Friends, this reimagined OM-28 is an exciting new release from Italian builders Bagnasco & Casati of Savona Italy. It’s built in the "early" style, as found over the 1929 - 1930 period. It sports a moon logged red spruce (picea abies) top, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, Honduran mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard with "short pattern" diamond and squares inlays, ebony pyramid bridge...
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2021 Blazer & Henkes D-28H

$15,000
SN: 626. Friends, here is another powerhouse from the most recent “magical” batch of guitars received from Blazer & Henkes. I don’t know whether it’s the elves in the forests of Tubingen or a super-wolf full moon on harvest night but there is something special about these recent builds. This one-of-a-kind build is a reproduction of a 1936 Martin D-28H. Only two were made and just one with a...
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1938 Kalamazoo KG-21

$2,195
SN DK 2821. K 2821. Friends, here is a Gibson-made 14” archtop marketed under the Kalamazoo brand, a depression-era line modestly claiming to be the “World’s Greatest Value”. The KG-21 is similar in size and positioning to the Gibson L-30 but built without a truss rod, making it light as a potato chip. This is a one-family guitar being sold by the son of the original owner. Mahogany back and...
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2020 Blazer & Henkes Advanced Jumbo

$14,750
SN 621. Friends, here is a superpower Advanced Jumbo replica from the workshop of Rudi Blazer and Willi Henkes in Tubingen Germany. These two world renowned master luthiers are well known for their authentic replicas and reinterpretations of golden era acoustics built in small batches, by hand, using traditional methods and the highest quality materials. This AJ replica was built specifically for...
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2017 McAlister L-00/AJ

$7,650
2017 McAlister L-00/AJ 10% off
SN: L-748. Here is an incredible, one-of-a-kind, custom order from Master Builder Roy McAlister. The inspiration is simple. In the 1940s Gibson made a small version of the J-45 – the LG-2 – and to a certain extent, a small version of the J-35 in the 1930s -- the L-00. What if Gibson made a small version of the legendary AJ? Here it is. Roy chose a figured BRW for the back and sides and bound them...
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2019 Bagnasco & Casati Model 910 Gibson SJ Southern Jumbo

$5,995
2019 Bagnasco & Casati Model 910 Gibson SJ Southern Jumbo 31% off
In September of 2008 I sold a 42/43 banner SJ to someone named Andrea Bagnasco in Italy and didn’t give it a second thought. Now, eleven years later I’m wondering if that guitar provided some inspiration for this remarkable player. Offered here is a “Model 910” from the workbench of Bagnasco & Casati who produce some of the finest acoustic reproductions of Golden Era guitars. In 1942 Gibson...
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1982 Steve Andersen F-5

$3,950
1982 Steve Andersen F-5 28% off
Here is a beautifully crafted F-5 style mandolin from renowned Seattle archtop builder Steve Andersen. Excellent spruce top with beautiful vivid gradated red amber color. Subtlyfigured maple back and sides. Three-ply binding with w/b/w motif. Andersen inlaid in pearl in peghead over a tasteful abalone and mother of pearl inlay. Gold Schaller tuners. Gold Price straight-line tailpiece. Ebony...
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