The Music Emporium
Joe Caruso
Lexington, MA
10:04 AM
Regular Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday: 11am-6pm Wednesday and Thursday: 11am-8pm Sunday: Closed

We accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover directly for phone, email orders and in store purchases. Secure on line payments can also be made through our PayPal account. We will gladly accept personal checks but there may be a shipment delay while the check clears our bank. For international purchases, we strongly encourage Wire Transfers but in some cases will accept the above payment methods. To wire money directly to our bank, contact us for bank info.

We ship all instruments with a 48-hour approval period during which time you can comfortably evaluate your purchase and determine if it's right for you. The prices listed on our website do not include shipping charges or any applicable taxes, duties, or custom fees. Instruments shipped within MA are subject to a 6.25% sales tax. All out-of-state shipments are tax-free though we do recommend you look into your individual state's tax codes to determine any tax liabilities. The Music Emporium has been shipping guitars around the world for 40+ years. Your instrument will be expertly packed and shipped via FedEx, UPS, or US Post, depending on the destination and level of service. If you have a preferred method not listed here, please let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate.

Upon receiving your instrument, please inspect it to insure that the condition of the instrument is as described in your communication with us. Please contact us immediately via phone or email if you find any damage to the case or instrument that wasn't previously disclosed at time of purchase. If you decide to return the instrument, you must notify us via phone or email within 48 hours of delivery. We'll instruct you on how to make the return. Please pack the instrument in the same manner in which it was received, using all supplied packing materials, Unless instructed otherwise, you must ship the instrument using the same service in which it was delivered (Next day, Ground etc.) and insure it for its full value. The Music Emporium will issue a refund for the full purchase price once the instrument arrives, provided it arrives in the condition in which it left our shop. All shipping charges will be the responsibility of the customer.

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2010 S.B. Macdonald ResoDream

Our first SB MacDonald ResoDream guitar from 2010 just in on consignment! The ResoDream is the ultimate blend of a resonator and an electric guitar. Deep, full resonator tones - perfect for blues, rock, country, or any combination of these styles - are possible with this like new guitar. Made custom per order, these fine electric resonator guitars have been played by Lucinda Williams, Robert...
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2010 Steve Grimes Bluesette

**Please see our site for more pics** Meticulously crafted "Bluesette" from famed luthier, Steve Grimes. While it's been played, it remains in excellent overall condition with only a few minor dings on the top. This is a big, resonant and loud guitar -- a great fit for a jazz guitarist looking for the versatility of bringing their professional-grade gigging instrument to an acoustic jam...
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2002 Gibson ES-175

**Please see our site for more pics** Gorgeous 2002 ES-175 in on consignment! One of (if not the) most popular jazz guitars of all time, the workhorse ES-175 is lauded for it's tone, playability, and build quality. The wide range of players that have called on the 175 are certainly a testament to its musicality - Joe Pass, Pat Metheny, Kenny Burrell, Steve Howe...the list goes on and on....
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2018 Beard Resoluxe Cutaway

**Please see our site for more pics** Paging all songwriters, session/side players, or anyone looking to add a new tool to their arsenal...Beard Resoluxe Double Cutaway just in! One of the coolest aspects of the Resoluxe is simply how fun and rewarding it is to play. Resonator guitars normally put up a bit of a fight - it's just part of the experience - but not so in this case. While you...
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1950 Gibson J-45

Outstanding player's Gibson J-45 just into the shop! This guitar, produced in 1950, has been played heavily but remains crack-free. It's seen a bit of work during its time: replacement tuners, maple bridge plate and strap button installed/removed from neck heel. The bridge has been re-contoured at some point, but it's functional and looks good. The action favors a flatpicker: it measures 3.5/32"...
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2016 Michael SPALT "Kalamare"

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"As much as I enjoy making a "traditional" instrument out of the finest "tonewoods", I also love making instruments which push the boundaries and open new possibilities to musicians willing to explore and expand the scope of their music. The influences manifested in the Totemguitar line, to date close to 400 instruments, go back to Dada, Surrealism, collage and assemblage art, Pop art, and...
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