Union Grove Music
Richard Gellis
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REFUND & RETURN POLICY Instruments and amplifiers have a 48 hour approval period. Union Grove Music must be notified with in the approval period if the instrument does not be your expectations and you would like to return it. The instrument must be shipped back to Union Grove Music within 48 hours of requesting a return. The instrument must be shipped back in the original packaging in the condition the instrument was received; including any all papers, warranties and tags. The return shipment will be at your own expense. Once the instrument is received by Union Grove Music, we will refund the purchase price less outbound shipping and a 3% processing fee.

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1935 Gibson L-5

One of the last of the 16-inch L-5 guitars built by Gibson. It has a carved Adirondack spruce top, carved maple back, solid maple sides and maple neck. The neck is C shaped. The bound fingerboard is ebony with 20 frets, and pearl block inlays at the 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, and 15th frets. The end of the fingerboard is pointed. The original Cremona Sunburst finish is in excellent condition on...
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1990 Gibson J-200

A great sounding Gibson J-200 with its original brown hard shell case, from 1990. The guitar is finished in black lacquer - an unusual color finish for a J-200 from this period. Everything is original on this guitar, and the instrument is in excellent++ condition. It is crack free, and has only surface scratches and no large dings or dents anywhere. There is lacquer crazing on the headstock but...
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2003 Crafters of Tennessee Prodigal 5 Mandolin

This is #1 of 22 limited edition mandolins replicating the only known Gibson A-5 mandolin that was signed by Lloyd Loar in 1923. Known as the Griffith A-5 mandolin, the original was acquired by the famous mandolin and dobro player Tut Taylor in the late 1950's. (For the incredible story of the Loar A-5 mandolin, Google the Vintage Guitar Magazine article by Steven Stone.) This is the first of...
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Martin Style 1K Soprano Ukulele 1927-1931

A great sounding 1K Martin koa ukulele from the late 1920's. There is a repaired top crack starting behind the bridge's first string to the bottom of the uke. There is also a 4" well-repaired back crack on the treble lower bout. This uke had some water damage at one time in its past, and the stains are still evident at the bottom edge of the top, and on the sides at the bottom edge of the uke....
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2011 Martin OM-42 Custom shop

Made in 2011, limited edition of 8! This is an out-of-the-box display model, new old stock with warranty - photos are of actual instrument. Martin Custom Shop OM with Madagascar Rosewood back and sides, Italian Alpine Spruce top, and 42 style top inlay. Sunburst. Harmonic Vine inlay on fingerboard. Alternate torch headplate inlay.
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2005 Gibson SJ-200 Pete Townshend Signature Model

This Gibson SJ-200 Pete Townshend Signature guitar was made in 2005. Pete Townshend's signature is inlaid at the end of the fingerboard, and the first 50 made were hand-signed by Mr. Townshend himself. This guitar is one of the first 50 made and bears the hand-signed signature on the orange label visible through the sound hole. The guitar is in unplayed new/mint condition and includes all the...
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2007 HOFNER Club 40 John Lennon

A beautiful blonde/natural finish 120th anniversary Club 40 guitar by Hofner. This is #10 of 120 made. It is in unplayed mint condition. This guitar has the original hard shell case and all of the documentation that was originally included with the guitar when it was shipped from the factory. The included certificate of authenticity states that this guitar was made on 11/13/2007.
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2006 HOFNER 500/1 50th Anniversary Cavern Bass

One of 150 total made, this is #35 of the only 50 made for the US market. The included certificate of authenticity states that this bass was made and completed on 12/14/2006. It is in mint unplayed condition and has a straight neck, low action, and no issues. It looks brand new and has its original hard shell case, and even the box it was shipped in. This is a replica of Paul McCartney's...
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1998 Larrivee D-10E

This is a beautiful 1998 Larrivée D-10 with factory installed Fishman Matrix pick-up and original hard shell case. This is a one-owner guitar in like new condition, with only one tiny ding to the right of the pickguard. Other than that, this guitar has no other wear. The frets are original height. The action and neck set are fine, with room to adjust the action higher or lower. The neck is...
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1999 Martin 000-28

A clean 1999 standard series Martin 000-28 with serial # 686494. Nice low action on this guitar with enough saddle height to raise or lower the strings. The frets show little wear and the neck is straight. The instrument shows little evidence of play over its 18 years of life. A Fishman under-the-saddle pickup and end pin jack were installed by the original owner, and they are in working...
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1906 Gibson A

A powerful-sounding early A mandolin from Gibson with a serial number of 6986 (shipped in 1907) and a FON including stamped "order No 435" indicating 1906 production, according to "Spann's Guide to Gibson". This mandolin features a silk-screened "The Gibson" logo in gold paint on the headstock, original tuning machines, original bridge, and original finish. The bridge is not original. We have...
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1948 Gibson L-48

A great-sounding L-48 from 1948 with a hard shell case included. The L-48 was introduced by Gibson in 1946. L-48 guitars in the late 1940's were built from various combinations of wood. Some had mahogany tops, some had maple backs. This one has a solid spruce top and mahogany back, sides, and neck. The fingerboard and bridge are of rosewood. The bridge tailpiece and pickguard are original...
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1918 Gibson A-4

A dark red sunburst Gibson A-4 mandolin with original hard case. The FON number is 11150 and the serial # is 49505, indicating the instrument was made and shipped in 1918. The pickguard is missing. The tuning machines, bridge, and tailpiece are original factory parts. The finish is also original and in excellent condition, with the exception of some scratches on the edges of the top, on the bass...
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Rickenbacker Electro Lap Steel Model NS Late 1940's

A model NS Ric lap steel from the late 1940's. This instrument has a body and neck stamped from sheet metal, and it's finished in a gray sunburst finish. t\There is some pitting to the finish around the white dot inlays at the 3rd, 5th, and 7th frets. Also, there is some minor chipping of the paint on the edges of the body and neck, but the finish has a nice patina and appearance. All parts...
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1961 Martin D-18

A well-balanced, strong-sounding loud Martin D-18 from 1961. The top is crack-free but shows pick wear in the lower treble bout below the pickguard and to the side of the bridge. A 2 1/2" crack has been reglued on the back about 1/2" to the side of the end block. This is the only crack present on this guitar. A neck reset was done about 10 years ago, and the guitar was refretted as well as having...
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1890 Martin 2-27

A beautiful Martin Style 2-27 guitar made in 1890. This guitar has its original coffin case with the label intact, designating that the guitar case should house a style 2-27 guitar. This fine example was professionally refinished in the mid-1970's with lacquer. Two top cracks were repaired before the guitar was refinished, and they can be seen in the photographs. One crack runs down the...
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1917 Gibson F4 Mandolin

A beautiful 1917 Gibson F-4 mandolin in 100% original condition. This is the nicest F-4 mandolin we have had in our 45 years of business. The dark red sunburst finish has a beautiful patina that one loves to see on a 100-year old varnished instrument. This is a crack-free mandolin. It has a straight neck, original frets, and original parts including the beautiful Handel tuner buttons, double...
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2001 Martin OM-45 Golden Era

Used Martin OM-45 Golden Era, un-played in mint condition! Made in 2001. Styled after the 1933 OM-45 with Brazilian rosewood back and sides, and an Adirondack spruce top. Shipping USA only.
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1903 Gibson Style O

Here is a beautiful and historical early Gibson. This is from the very first year and very first production run by the newly formed Gibson Company, incorporated in October of 1902. No instruments were made by the Gibson Mandolin and Guitar Co. in 1902, as a factory building needed to be acquired and set up, employees needed to be trained, and equipment to manufacture guitars had to be purchased....
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1941 Martin 000-18

This Martin 000-18 is a pre-war guitar built in 1941. It is in excellent condition with a lone small repaired, tight, back crack. There are no cracks on the top or sides. It has been expertly restored with a fresh neck reset, re-fret, and a new period-correct Brazilian rosewood bridge. This guitar sounds great: punchy and well-balanced, perfect for recording, performing, or writing hit songs!...
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1948 Martin D-18

Great sounding, great playing Martin Dreadnaught with original Kluson octagonal plate tuners, original pickguard (re-glued), original ivory nut, original Brazilian Rosewood bridge (re-glued). This guitar has had a perfect neck reset in our shop with a new ivory saddle set into its bridge. the frets are original and have most of their original height. We have leveled and re-crowned the frets. ...
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2006 Paul Reed Smith PRS Singlecut 10 Top

New Old Stock, a lawsuit vintage PRS that sat in our warehouse for the last 10 years. Features: Violin Amber Sunburst Finish 10 Top Dot Inlay Nickel Hardware Wide Fat Neck 25" Scale Original PRS hard case
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2002 Paul Reed Smith PRS Custom 22

Here is a 15-year old PRS Custom 22 10 top guitar in Ruby Red, with a wide fat neck and abalone bird inlays. A quilted maple 10 top caps the mahogany body. This particular guitar was made in 2002 and was "lost" in our warehouse for 14+ years. It has one small ding on the edge of the top, to the right of the knobs (see photo), and a couple of finish scratches on the body that will not show up in...
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~1915 Knutsen Hawaiian Guitar

Here is a beautiful Knutsen with spruce top, and Koa back and sides, made between 1915-1920. The fingerboard, headstock, and tapered part of the neck are Koa or possibly mahogany. It is difficult to tell as these pieces of wood are stained darker than the koa back and sides. The top, fingerboard and soundhole have rope binding. Inside the top binding and around the rope binding on the...
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