Schoenberg Guitars
Eric Schoenberg
415-789-0846
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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~1967 Teisco Del Rey Spectrum 5

$2,385
From the Tokyo Electronics Company, this model was made for a short period during the late '60s, and represented a rare moment of originality, design and quality for the Japanese electric guitar makers. The Spectrum 5 was the top of the line, and "has unique features which no other guitar in the world can match," according to the catalogue. The body is mahogany, with a high-grade lacquer finish,...
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1936 Martin 000-18

$11,850
One of the greats, this early 000 has more than its fair share of depth, richness and response. Refinished amber burst in the style of Martin's earliest shade tops, with its original brdge, braces, pickguard and tuners. Repairs include a side patch and one or two side cracks, neck reset and new peghead decal. The repairs were done by Ross Teigen of Hawthorne, Florida, and are wonderfully done.
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1935 Gibson Nick Lucas Deluxe

$35,000
The most successful maple Gibson that I've played! The deep body of the NL, at least on this one, is particularly successful with maple. With the mahogany and rosewood NLs the deeper body can sometimes detract from the focus and responsiveness, whereas the punchy maple-ness gets deepened and rounded out with the deeper body. There's a subtle archtop-ness from the maple, with much richness,...
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1928 Martin 00-40H

$9,269
An early version of this spectacular model, originally a lap-style guitar and converted to standard playing. The model differs from the "42" Style in that it doesn't have the abalone purfling around the fretboard extension. This one is a players guitar; it's been played a lot, and had a bunch of repairs, such as an replaced oversized bridge and bridge plate (oversized but has been shaved very...
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1968 Martin D28 S

$5,895
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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1931 Gibson SS Stewart

$10,650
An extremely rare (though a different one from our last one a month ago!) 12-fret L-2 style flat-top, x-braced, pin bridge feather-weight powerhouse of a guitar. We (and everyone else) learned about these from Roy Book Binder, who's been touring with one the last few years. It's pretty much the equivalent of the spruce/mahogany (we know of one rosewood one) argentine grey, gold sparkle-bound L2,...
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~1974 Gibson L-6S

$1,195
1974 Gibson L6-S All maple solid body and neck, produced from 1973 to 1980. The model was somewhat of a departure for Gibson, with its phenomenal Bill Lawrence designed sealed ceramic super-humbucking pickups and 6-way selector switch, making it an extremely versatile and comfortable axe. STRING SPACING 1 ⅝" x 2" SCALE 24 ¾" SIZE 13 ⅜" x 1...
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~1930 Epiphone Seville Style 4

$4,889
Extremely rare and early Epiphone, made not long after the company started building guitars; previously they made gorgeous high-end banjos, then started their guitar line with the Recording Models, which morphed into this line of Seville models. The Recording Models ran from A to E, with E being the top; The Sevilles were numbered 0 to 4, making this one the top of the line, though the model came...
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1938 CF Martin 000-21

$21,995
A true beauty, this is an all original (including its hard shell case) nicely set up guitar. It's on its second owner since we sold it, probably 15 years ago, and is in excellent condition. From late 1938, it has the lower X braces and a wonderful feeling 1 3/4" at-the-nut neck. There are no cracks, a myriad of finish micro-checking, and a compensated saddle. The tone is throaty and rich.
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1934 Martin 000-45

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•Long Scale, Fourteen Fret •TJ Thompson Restoration We all know that OMs were built from 1929 through 1933, and at the beginning of '34 the name was changed to 000. However, the specs didn't actually change for a number of months, when the scale was shortened by a half inch to lessen the tension from the heavy strings of the day. Thus these earlier '34 000s are actually OMs in everything but...
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1924 Gibson L-5

$28,350
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

$39,500
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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1934 Martin 000-18

$15,495
* Long Scale * Original Condition * Adirondack Spruce/Mahogany Long scale, excellent condition except for a cross grain break in the treble side. Martin converted their 000 models from long to short scale in early 1934, taking off 1/2" to lessen tension from the predominent heavy gauge strings of the period. Nowadays we have light gauge strings and can benefit from that extra bit of...
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~1938 Regal R90 Archtop Harp Guitar

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*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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~1933 Gibson F-5

$34,995
• Early Flowerpot, Block Inlay Example • 1929 Serial Number, 1933 Shipping Date • Top Revoiced by Don MacCrostie A fine sounding Flowerpot F-5, with block inlays starting at the 3rd fret, the straight "Gibson" peghead logo, and a "Made in USA" label under the treble ?-hole. The serial # is from 1929 and records indicate a 1933 shipment date, according to Spann's Guide to Gibson, while the...
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2012 Schoenberg Larson Cutaway

$7,759
Our newest creation, 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...
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~1940 Gibson Nick Lucas Special

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The penultimate Nick Lucas, serial #96001, very probably ordered and owned by Nick Lucas himself, records show it was picked up at the factory on 9/7/41, along with the adjacent serial #, 96002, the very last Nick Lucas, that had just been repaired for Lucas. Production on the model had officially ended in 1938, with just these two being made three years later. The configuration is very...
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