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~1980 Gibson J-200 Pickguard

$95
Where does this stuff come from? The back of a drawer in my shop, that’s where it came from, musta been there for 20-30 years or more, back when Gibson acoustics were still made in Nashville, or in Kalamazoo for all I know. Got all them cool white and yellow Gibson flowers and such all over, just like they’ve had since Hector was a pup. Appears to never have been on a guitar, only marks I can see...
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~1960 D'Aquisto Tailpiece Parts

$1,500
This is as rare a find as it gets, an original tailpiece from a guitar made by the legendary Jimmy D’Aquisto, considered by many to be the absolute best carved-top guitar maker of all time. It is of his earliest type, gold-plated, solid brass with machined crossbar, D’Aquisto prominently engraved across the top and the signature D’aquisto triangle engraved on the hinge area. Jimmy, who was a very...
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1980 Santa Cruz H-69

$3,995
It is unusual for any Santa Cruz guitar like this to come on the market. Santa Cruz only makes about 450 guitars a year these days and back then, far fewer. This is a Model H Cutaway, and by the serial number hand-written on its label is the 69th Model H made, with "8-89" being added as the date of manufacture. It’s a really, really lovely guitar, of a really comfortable size and shape, what many...
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1993 Kirk Sand Steel String Guitar

$2,995
For those of you not in the know, Kirk Sand is an extremely well-respected guitar maker in California, and for those of you who are in the know, this is an unusually rare opportunity to own one of his guitars. Made in 1993, it is a steel-string model, extremely rare right there as most of his instruments are for nylon strings only. The 3” body depth, with cutaway, is exactly what’s you want for...
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~1930 Martin Style 21 Pin Set Short No-Groove

$149
It is most unusual to find a complete, original set of style 21 Martin bridge pins from this era intact, back with white dots. They are of the shorter ungrooved variety and all are in excellent condition. Replace what has been lost to time and restore your pre-war Martin to completion with this set. $149
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Misc Mandolin Tailpiece Covers

$49
Once again, from the depths of our seemingly endless parts collection of over fifty years of doing instrument repair and restoration, some very useful mandolin tailpiece parts. Included are one complete, never-used replica of the pre-war Gibson tailpieces with its cover, without the gibson logo but with a really nice aged patina to it; one never-used cover of similar type, but chrome plated and...
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~1890 Bone Pins w/ Abalone Dots (5)

$149
These are unusually fine 19th-century bone bridge pins with heart-of-abalone dots that are larger than usual, quite rare. They also have little holes laterally through them just under the heads, if one wants to thread strings through them, even more unusual. The dots are missing from two of the pins, easily replaceable. $149
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Clamshell-Type Banjo Tailpiece

$39
A seen on many of the finest banjos of the 1920s-30s, this “clamshell-type” banjo tailpiece is suitable for both 4-string and 5-string banjos. Its front section is designed for the strings to put downward pressure on the bridge for more volume, and the thumbscrew on the back provides the ability to adjust that tension. The ribbed cover allows you to rest your hand on the tailpiece if you like,...
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~1950 Martin Style 21 Pins Ivoroid Dots w/ Groove (4)

$95
It is extremely rare to find any original Martin style 21 bridge pins from this era available, especially with Ivoroid dots. These are of the long grooved type, in use by Martin mostly in the 1950s, and all are in excellent condition and straight, quite unusual right there. Replace the missing bridge pins from your 1950s Martin and restore it to completion. $95
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~1930 Martin Style 28 Pins Long No_groove

$95
These are by far the most difficult of the pre-war Martin bridge pins to find, ever, and I'm surprised that they turned up here at all, must’ve been in storage for at least forty years, maybe fifty. They are of the long, ungrooved type, white with black dots, seen on Martin 000-28, OM-28, and D-28 models of their very best time period, the late 1930s. One of them is about perfect; the other has...
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Uke Friction Tuner Set

$25
Dunno where these ukulele friction turning pegs came from but they’ve got beautiful pearl-like buttons, quite unusual. Full set of four, never used, complete with bushings. $25
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Gotoh Planet Banjo Tuner Set

$69
A beautiful, never-used set of Gotoh planetary-geared banjo tuning pegs. Nice and tight, these have been in storage here, unused, for at least twenty years; I don’t think Gotoh make these anymore. Comparable sets cost up to $135; this set a total bargain at only $69
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Allparts Geared Banjo 5th Pegs (3)

$29
The perfect replacement for all those pesky friction-type 5th-string banjo tuning pegs that either never hold or when they do, they’re stuck and won’t turn at all. Usually at about $15 each, all three of these, still in their blister packs, for only $29
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Allparts Uke Peg Sets (3)

$49
Simply put, three of the purest type of ukulele friction pegs, still in their original blister packs, unopened. All three sets, complete with bushings, for only $49
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NOS Four Mandolin Tailpieces

$39
Simple enough and no idea where these came from, other than showing up as NOS from probably decades ago here in my shop. Four nice, clean, straightforward mandolin tailpieces with string-cover/armrest built in. Still in perfect as-new condition, and all four yours for only $39
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Vega-Style Banjo Armrest

$29
A replica of the simple and effective armrests made by the world-famous Vega company of Boston in the1910s and 20s. Easy to install, has slots to accommodate the hook spacing of just about any banjo. Get comfortable for only $29
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~1930 Martin Style 21 Pin Set Ivoroid Short No-Groove

$95
It is extremely rare to find any original Martin style 21 bridge pins from this era available, especially with Ivoroid dots. These are of the shorter ungrooved variety and all are in excellent condition. Replace the missing bridge pins from your pre-war Martin and restore it to completion. $95
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Replica Deluxe Tuner Set

$39
A fresh, unused set of gold-plated Deluxe replica tuners in the exact style used by so many American guitar manufacturers of the 1950s-60s, and way better made and tighter than the originals. All bushings and screws included. $39
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Replica 1940s Style Tuners

$39
I’ve never seen a replica set like this before, no idea where they came from nor do I think anyone makes anything exactly like them today. Been here for years, hidden away, unused and never on a guitar. Chrome-plated, metal buttons, exposed gears in the 1940s-style, and with posts drilled for both slotted head or solid head guitars, quite cool and extremely versatile. $39
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Allparts Fender-Style Deluxe Tuner Set

$39
From Allparts, a fresh unused set, replicas of Fender-style deluxe tuners with slotted tips, but way better made than the originals. All bushings and screws included. $39
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Import Gibson Style Tuners (3)

$39
Three tight, essentially unused, Gibson-style tuners with Keystone-type buttons; two treble and one bass. Replace those bent ones on your guitar efficiently and at low cost. $39
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Misc Tuners (11)

$39
A true mixed bag, two gold-plated and seven chrome-plated replica tuners of various types, all fresh and unused, all with Fender-style slotted tips for easy string changing. Also includes four gold bushings, twelve chrome bushings, and six screws. You can’t go wrong for only $39
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Allparts 3+3 Tuners w/ Metal Buttons

$39
Straight from Allparts and still in sealed factory packaging, a most often-needed replacement set for thousands of 1950s-60s guitars. 3+3 individual setup, nickel plated, fabulous 15:1 gear ratio, all-metal buttons. All screws and bushings included and all at below regular price. Only $39
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Allparts 3+3 Tuners w/ White Buttons

$35
Straight from Allparts and still in sealed factory packaging, a most often-needed replacement set for thousands of 1950s-60s guitars. 3+3 individual setup, nickel plated, fabulous 15:1 gear ratio, off-white buttons. All screws and bushings included and all at below regular price. Only $35
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Allparts Strip Tuners w/ Black Buttons

$39
Straight from Allparts and still in sealed factory packaging, the most often-needed replacement set for thousands of 1950s-60s guitars. Three-on-a side strip setup, nickel plated, fabulous 15:1 gear ratio, cool black buttons. All screws and bushings included and all at below regular price. Only $39
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Allparts Strip Tuners

$39
Straight from Allparts and still in sealed factory packaging, the most often-needed replacement set for thousands of 1950s-60s guitars. Three-on-a side strip setup, nickel plated, fabulous 15:1 gear ratio, cool metal buttons. All screws and bushings included and all at below regular price. Only $39
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~1930 Martin Style 18 Pin Set (short, no-groove)

$149
This set was taken from an otherwise unsalvageable Martin that came in sometime over the fifty-plus years I’ve been involved with restoration and repair of Martin guitars. They are of the “short black no-goove” type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s. All in beautiful, original, condition. Complete set $149
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~1980 Brass Bridge Pins

$49
From the “The Brass Age”, the glorious 1970s, when everyone knew for a fact that changing as many metal parts on your guitar to solid brass was going to change the world and make it sound better too. We have here a full set of six solid brass bridge pins, all with special, fabulously knurled heads for an easy grip. From what planet I have no idea but they sure are cool. All yours for only $49
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1927 Martin 0-18 Pin Set

$195
Most unusual to find an intact, complete set of bridge pins identifiable as having come from a specific Martin guitar. This set was taken from a wrecked instrument that came in sometime over the fifty-plus years I’ve been involved with restoration and repair of Martin guitars. They are of the “short black no-goove” type common to Martins from the early 1920s-mid-1930s. All six in excellent...
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~1970 Martin Style 45 Abalone Dot Pin Set

$195
Extremely rare, as so few Style-45 Martins were made in this period, and available bridge pins from back then are seldom, if ever, seen as usable and available today. These are all in excellent condition, have beautiful abalone inlay and exactly the right amount original patina to let you know they’re the real thing. Here's your chance to bring back your older Style-45 or -41 Martin to its...
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