Max Guitars / Max Baranet
Max Baranet
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I accept personal checks and Cashiers Checks ONLY. Item will be shipped after all funds clear my bank.

I ship by Fedex 3 Day Express Saver. I do not ship outside the continental United States.

No returns. I have been in this business for 49 years. I have a reputation for the highest quality guitars. I do not advertise. My reputation is by word of mouth from satisfied customers. Take a look at my client list. I have NEVER had an unsatisfied customer. I have NEVER had a request to return a guitar. Be sure to ask all questions before purchasing and there won't be any problems.

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~1938 'Old Growth' Birdseye Maple

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Old Growth Birdseye Maple .. very heavily figured .. try to find birdseye maple like this .. these boards are about 80 years old .. i bought them from Dale Miller in LA back in 1982 .. they have been air drying for 28 years in Phoenix .. 2 boards: 1" x 5.75" x 142"
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~1938 'Old Growth' Honduras mahogany

$1,000
old growth Honduras mahogany for sale .. these boards are almost 10 feet long .. 1" thick, 21" - 35" wide .. purchased from Dale Miller in LA back in 1982 .. they have been air drying for 28 years here in AZ .. i have 6 boards .. more info and photos upon request .. $1,000 for each board except the 35" wide board is $1,500
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2011 Max Baranet SD Standard

$10,000
MAX SD Standard The 1959 Les Paul has proven to be the most sought after electric guitar in history. It has been the choice of most legendary and influential electric guitar players. This guitar is built using 1950's materials and construction techniques in order to produce a vintage 1950's tone. The neck and body are 60 year old Honduras mahogany. The top is 60 year old highly figured...
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1952 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop

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I took all of these parts from a 1952 Goldtop that I converted to a 1959. They are practically new. Roughly $4500 worth of vintage parts. Make me an offer.
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2017 Max Guitars 'Extreme'

$12,500
This model is designed to give a vintage 1959 sound and feel at a reasonable price. All specs and construction techniques which contribute to a 1959 sound were used to build this guitar. The major differences in this model and an original 1959 model are only cosmetic. I named this guitar the 'Extreme' because it is thinner than the original 1959 model. Although initially shocking to most...
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