Found 11 matches

1954 Martin 000-18

According to Martin records, this is the only Shadetop 000-18 made in 1954. Great mojo! Looks like a Pre War! Some cracks repaired, refret, new bridgeplate and neck reset by Jack Dillon. Front of headstock has been oversprayed to preserve some flaking. Plays great and Rare. Non original case.
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1940 Gibson J-55

Very cool transisition J-55 having the standard peghead but still the mustache bridge and longer scale. Some bubbling on back from probably laying on strap in case. One pickguard crack. A little touchup around trussrod cover. 2 plugs, one on side and one under decal. Sounds wonderful. Non original case. Stay tuned, an even rarer one is on the way!
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1943 Martin 000-18

This one has had a replaced bridge ( looks original) and neck reset by Dennis Berck. Some slight touchup around bridge area . Few cracks. Set up great with plenty of saddle. Headstock has some gunky residue probably from over oiling tuners. One odd tuner. Period soft case.
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1943 Gibson J-45

Early Banner J-45. Triple bound top and no trussrod. #907 batch. Changed bridge that's just a tad bigger than original. All original finish. Back has a couple of repaired cracks. It had a pickup at one time so input jack is still at strap pin. Pretty chunky neck. Period tuners. Some finish worn off side of neck. Packs a lot of punch! Non original case.
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1954 Martin D-18

Very well maintained early 50's D-18 that sounds awesome! The first 6 frets have been replaced. One of the better sounding 50's ones I've heard. One small pickguard crack on outer edge. Original softshell case.
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1939 Recording King Ray Whitley Rosewood

Insanely clean Rosewood Ray Whitley. This guitar has been very pampered over its lifetime. A few cracks on sides and back.. Back and sides have been buffed slightly. No sign of overspray except a plugged strap pin on back near heel. Big fat neck, This one really sounds big and cuts like a knife. Non original case.
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1946 Martin D-28

The ultimate player Affordable Bone! Old volute repair and some very old overspray of which a lot has been removed. 2 old plugs on top. Few repaired cracks. Replaced bridge. Great quality Brazilian! This guitar has been scalloped and diamond inlay added for a great vibe. Killer neck and best of all it sounds Killer! Newer case. This guitar will turn heads in may different ways!
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1939 Martin D-18

One out of the first dozen Martin guitars made in 1939. Earlier wide neck. A couple of cracks that are cleated on upper side and a couple at pickguard. All original finish. Newer bridge. There is a little wood under the top in front of the soundhole between hole and neck. I haven't tried to remove it, doesn't affect the sound. I haven't found any cracks on the back. A very stout sounding rear...
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1943 Martin D-18

SOLD:: This is a really great one! Featherweight with lots of crack and punch. Small impact repair on back edge. This one's killer! Non original case.
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1939 Martin D-18

Great Shadetop player with enough issues to make it affordable. According to 3 top authorities,( have in writing), the top is the original sunburst with some touchup on edges. Obviously you can see that the dark band extends down farther than it should. You can see where the original yellow is coming through the black. Back and sides have been oversprayed a long time ago. Back of neck was...
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1953 Martin D-18

1953 Martin D-18 20 % off
ON HOLD: Mystery Top from 1953! Few repaired cracks. Some play wear but not abused. Refret. This guitar sounds amazing!! Original case.
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