Found 19 matches

1946 Martin 000-18

Just in: Excellent condition with fresh neck reset. Original brass frets. Repaired pickguard crack. Ther are a couple of small side cracks. One tuner button replaced. Original soft case.
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~1934 Gibson Jumbo

Just in: Worn some but in all the right places. Replaced bridge is a little thicker. Has had previous tuners on it before so some plugged screw holes. A few upper side cracks as well as a few on back. Repaired center seam on top. This guitar has a great feeling neck with most of the finish worn off. Projects very well. Non original case.
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~1929 Gibson L-5

Just in: Really cool transitional L-5. Although the FON indicates 1931, the serial # falls in the 1929 range. While not having the the Master Model label, it still retains the dots, non square end fingerboard, the early bracing and features of the Master Model. 20 fret, solid and not kerfed bracing. Original bridge and tailipiece. Nicely figured back, sides and flamey neck. Replaced pickguard and...
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1932 Martin D-18

Just In: The 2nd Martin D-18 made, just a couple after the D-1! It was ordered by Chicago Musical Instrument Co. on October 7, 1932. It was stamped on October 11, 1932 and cleared final inspection on October 22 (!). It probably shipped the same day. I wish i could say it was in all original tip top shape but I can't. It has been renecked (but still has bar frets!) and the whole guitar refinished....
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~1939 Larson Euphonon

Just in: Circa late 30's- early 40's rare Larson Euphonon with mahogany back and sides. Center seam repair and newer Waverly tuners. The Larson Dreadnoughts, as well as Larsons in general, are exceedingly rare to say the least. This one has a very comfortable neck and is a joy to play. Very nice grade mahogany and spruce top. Nice guitar! Original case.
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1938 Gibson J-35

Just in: A very tidy clean 1938 J-35 with a very nice vibrant sunburst. Nice feeling V neck. Center seam repair with wood strip underneath. Pickguard crack as well as a side crack. The back is very clean and crack free. 3 unscalloped tone bars. Action is great and playabilty and sound is spot on. Non original case.
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1949 Gibson J-45

Sold: As evident, this one has been put to use over the years. Other than the pickguard hole, nothing much going on too major. Two back cracks, which will be repaired this weekend. Refret. Period tuners. Non original case.
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1958 Martin D-28

Old oversprayed top but super strong sounding example! 2 cracks on lower side near strap pin. Back and sides are in very nice condition otherwise. Fresh neck reset and saddle. Top has some very nice silking. Braces have been scalloped. Non original case.
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1957 Martin D-28

Big warm sounding D-28 with a red spruce top! This guitar has been scalloped and sounds wonderful. Fresh neck reset and saddle. One cleated pickguard crack as well as one lower on lower side that has also been cleated. Some foolishness around the bridge. Original case.
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1951 Martin D-28

Super nice Excellent original condition early 50's D-28 with no cracks! Fresh neck reset and saddle. A great sounding, clean, original, no excuses guitar with the original case.
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1940 Gibson J-55

Sold: 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.
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1943 Martin 000-18

Sold: 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

Sold: Early Banner J-45. Triple bound top and no trussrod. #907 batch. All original finish. Back has a couple of repaired cracks. Pretty chunky neck. Period tuners. Some finish worn off side of neck. New bridge. Packs a lot of punch! Non original case.
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1954 Martin D-18

Sold: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

Sold: 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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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. First 3 frets replaced. I haven't found any cracks on the back. A very stout sounding rear braced wide neck Pre War D-18! Original case.
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1935 Martin D-18

A second year 14 fret survivor. While showing some significant amount of wear, it still retains it's original finish with some overspray around the bridge area and center seam that has been somewhat removed. A few cracks on top at bridge and a couple on back. Center seam splice added. Changed bridge and slightly larger bridgeplate and refret. Some belly behind bridge. Work by David Musslewhite....
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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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1953 Martin D-18

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