Schoenberg Guitars
Eric Schoenberg
Tiburon, CA
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Our "Cash price" policy: unfortunately, the credit card companies support "swiped" charges in which the card is physically run through the card reader. Phone-in charges are charged at a much higher rate (to the seller) which can take quite a big chunk out of a high-dollar sale. Thus, for those call-in sales, let's discuss the issue at the time; hopefully, we can figure some way to deal with it.

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1919 Martin 0-45

The Much-Prized Martin Top-of-the-Line "Pearl at Every Border" yet Refined and Tasteful Excellent Condition and Tone The much admired Style 45, Martin's best, and the most gorgeous fancy model of the period. Most other builders of the time tended towards the gaudy side, while Martin, with its "pearl at every joint" was so much more refined and delicate. This one is a gorgeous with a...
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2019 Schoenberg Quartet

Twelve-Fret 0000 Cutaway The "Grand Piano" of the Schoenberg Llne Italian Spruce and Koa Brand new, out of Italian spruce and Hawaiian Koa, this model is our Grand Piano: extremely rich and deep as well as sweet and clean. This body style gives a more responsive and clear tone than the usual big deep-bodied guitar. The build is by Randall Kramer of Truckee, CA, and it's a fine example...
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1945 Levin Deluxe

Swedish Made Top-of-the-Line Fully Hand Carved 18 1/2 Inches Wide! 18 ½" wide. One cannot help but be astounded by this gargantuan Swedish arch top, first introduced in 1937, measuring over 18 1/2? across the lower bout. But size is not the only facet of the Levin Deluxe that?s impressive. The appointments are top of the line as well ? the hand-carved Romanian spruce top is quintuple-bound...
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2017 Kamaka HF36L Tenor Ukulele

Six-String Tenor Long Neck (15 frets-to-the-body) All Koa As-New Condition Just arrived, we have here a six string, long neck (15 frets-to-the-body), all koa tenor in like-new condition with its original hard shell case. The 1st and 3rd courses are double strung, tuned in octaves, otherwise it's as standard, giving a much bigger sound, like having a full band backing you up.
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2008 Blazer & Henkes San Antonio 28

Brazilian rosewood and Austrian Alpine moon spruce Virtually Accurate 1930 OM-28 Reproduction Rudy Blazer and Willi Henkes, building in Tuebingen, Germany, are responsible for some of the best guitars on the planet built in the Martin tradition. This OM, called their San Antonio model, is based on a 1930 OM-28, with herringbone purfling, white binding and traditional OM string spacing. This a...
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1924 Martin 000-18

One of the Great Ones! Excellent Condition All-0riginal (even the bridge) w/ original deluxe case. Twelve Frets with Slot-Head Takes Light-Gauge Strings with Ease Fabulous, feather weight guitar with an amazingly strong, deep and totally open tone. This 12-fretter has got "IT" in spades, "IT" meaning that distinctive big-bodied, pyramid bridged, no-pickguard look that says: "I'm an old timer...
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1960 Gibson Country Western

A gorgeous mint condition example of a true American icon, slope-shouldered gib jumbo out of mahogany and spruce, natural finished. The bursts are called Southern Jumbo, and these two models are the higher grade models from the J-50 and J-45, having bound fretboards with parallelogram inlays, a pearl flower inlay on the pegged, more purling lines and higher grade wood choices. This one is super...
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1986 Greven Model F

Fully Hand-Made by John Greven Small Jumbo out of Claro Walnut & White Spruce Ice-Tea Burst with Herringbone Binding John is one of the best known luthiers today building vintage style guitars, this one being a 16" mini-jumbo with a 4 ¼" depth at the butt-end. Its woods are fancy Claro walnut and white spruce, with a sexy gentle ice-tea sunburst finish, herringbone binding, abalone...
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1988 Schoenberg 000 Standard

Brazilian Rosewood Twelve-Fret 000 Body Made at the Martin Factory Sound is the Equal of the Best of the Vintage 12-Fret 000-28s One of our very first 12-frets, coming from the Martin era, out of bearclaw Engelmann spruce and top quality Brazilian rosewood. 000 size with Brazilian rosewood binding and mitered purfling as only found on the earliest Soloists. The tone is very responsive...
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1928 Bacon Peerless Guitar-Banjo

Six-String Banjo, Tuned as a Guitar Excellent Condition and Setup By Bacon & Day This is the higher grade version of the Peerless and thus has the Silverbell tonering, inlaid peghead, flame maple neck and resonator and tulip flange. It has been fitted with a modern Oettenger tailpiece and calfskin head, and has a straight neck/frets and excellent low action and slim C shape neck. As...
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1945 Martin 00-18

A particularly nice example, with adirondack top and tapered braces. There are a couple of unusual details: the nut is 1/32" narrower, the spacing at the bridge is at least 1/32" wider than standard, and there's a metal rod in the neck instead of ebony. It's in great, completely original condition,just a hairline crack in the side that's been glued but not cleated, and a couple areas of scratches...
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1946 Martin 00-18

A gorgeous, fantastic original condition guitar from early in the year. It is more like a 1945 Martin, with Adirondack spruce, ebony truss rod and feather-weight (3 lbs, 3 oz.). It's interesting that it's a four-piece top which makes sense considering that Martin switched to Sitka immediately after. Obviousy they were using up their smaller pieces od Adirondack on the smaller 18 style models....
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1945 Martin D-28

Condition isn't everything; these are tools, deliverers of music. But every once in a while, a guitar like this shows up and its thrilling to partake of its beauty. It's been played, but babied. There is one mishap: a finish ding on the side by the endpin, about 1" x 1 3/4", with no damage to the wood. Otherwise, there's minor pick scratches on the top, no cracks, apparently all original parts...
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1911 Martin 00-42

A Pure Gem from a Bygone Era Rare 00 Size Abalone bound w/Ivory Bridge Sixteenth Martin in 1911 This guitar could easily be mistaken for a 15 year old recreation from Martin. It is not, however, and while the appearance does not belie this, the materials used in construction definitely do. Brazilian rosewood back and sides, ivory bridge, ivory bindings on body and fingerboard, 2-piece...
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1928 Gibson L-5

Sixteen Inch f-hole Archtop Best Year! Dot Neck Excellent Condition This ultra classic acoustic archtop, the first model ever with f-holes and graduated carving, these 16" L-5's are unique and somehow unmatched in tone ever since. This one is in excellent condition, with a neck reset and replaced fingerboard (by us). It has the classic snakehead with "The Gibson" in pearl, the dot neck board...
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2007 Taylor PSGA

Presentation Series Grand Auditorium Pickup Factory Upgraded to Expressions II System Highly Detailed: Gorgeous Vine-Inlaid Fretboard & Bridge The Best Sounding Taylor!? The Best Looking Taylor! A top-of-the-line model, their Presentation Series Grand Auditorium, out of Brazilian Rosewood and Engelmann spruce. It's in near mint condition ant the pickup has been upgraded at...
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1911 Gibson F-4 3-Point

Late Version Steeper Neck Angle & Higher Bridge Rare Black-Face A rare black-face three-point F-4, the model with the most incredibly beautiful peghead inlay. An unusual and positive feature of this one is, due to its from the last year for the 3-points, it has a steeper neck angle, thus higher bridge and stronger tone. This one has been played a lot, shows much wear, including a...
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1926 Martin 000-18

Twelve Fret Neck / Slotted Peghead Feather-Light Construction Set Up for Steel-Strings Light as a feather with an absolutely gigantic sound, this guitar combines the feather weight of early small parlor guitars with what was then a gigantic size, to give a unique richness and depth of tone. Think of a fabulous extra-light OM-18 and then add the tremendous effect of the longer 12-fret body, a...
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1968 Martin D35 S

12-fret Dreadnoughts are a specialized society - a certain class of extra-discerning afficianados are aware of the unique set of characteristics inherent in the better examples of these models. The most important aspect of the better examples is the small bridgeplate, which ended somewhere in 1968 or '69. This D-35S may be among the last of those, and as a result has a deep, thick, rich tone that...
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1924 Gibson L-5

Lloyd Loar Signed L-5 Master Model A Loar-era Master Model in superb condition that's been back to the factory ages ago. They apparently replaced the neck, retaining the original fingerboard, peghead veneer and tuners, but changing the heel to the later rounded style. At the same time the body was refinished. It has the standard birch back & sides of the period, and is signed by Lloyd Loar. It's...
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1980 Jimmy D'Aquisto New Yorker Deluxe 7-String

1980 Jimmy D'Aquisto New Yorker Deluxe 7-String 11 % off
A rare 18" Seven-String, serial #1140, recorded in the builder's ledger as delivered on 6/18/80 and signed by Jimmy on both the top and back, with a date of May 6, 1980 on the top. This is one of only eight acoustic seven-strings made, in excellent condition. It came over from England to our shop, before which it's been dormant for the last six years and needs someone to wake it up. It's a...
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~1938 Regal R90 Archtop Harp Guitar

*Unique Top Quality * Longest String:: 35.25" Scale * Hand Carved Spruce Top * 14-Frets To Body * Slot-Heads Extremely rare, this 12-string carved top guitar is Regal's highest grade highest grade Harp Guitar. Essentially their Model 5250 with the added bass neck, which has the benefit of being extra long scale allowing for more accurate bass production, this guitar has a hand-rubbes...
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2012 Schoenberg Larson Cutaway

Built by Robert Anderson of Victoria, B.C., this guitar takes its influence from the guitars of the Larson Brothers, the Chicago builders who rivaled Martin in quality, if not in numbers. The fascination with the Larsons comes from the different way they put their guitars together. Their patent called their method, "built under tension" construction. On our Larson models we focus on this style of...
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