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Baldwin Vibraslim Bass Semi-Hollow Sunburst, 1966

Baldwin Vibraslim Bass Semi-Hollow Sunburst, 1966

The Baldwin Vibraslim Bass was built between 1965 and 1970, but its first appearance was as a Burns model. Over time, the Baldwin label took prominence. This bass dates to around 1966 – the first Burns run had the controls mounted on the pickguard and had a more traditional tailpiece, which was replaced by the Rezo-Tube bridge.

Price: $1250 CAD
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SOLD!!! Gretsch G6120-1959LTV Archtop Electric, Orange 2000

SOLD!!! Gretsch G6120-1959LTV Archtop Electric, Orange 2000

The Gretsch G6120-1959LTV isn’t currently in production, but it represents the specs of the famous 1959 Gretsch Chet Atkins models, with lacquer finish, zero fret, Trestle bracing and TV Jones Classic pickups. Technically, this guitar isn’t a Chet Atkins model, as at time of construction Gretsch had not re-obtained the rights to the Atkins name. Still – the rest is the same. Based on a 16 inch wide, single cutaway body with sides 2.75 inches high.   It was originally built with a bracing system combining a pair of tone bars running the length of the body plus a sound post under the bridge, but in 1959 Gretsch added a ‘Trestle’ bracing system for Chet Atkins,  who was facing the common problem of hollow-body guitars feeding back at ever-increasing stage volumes. 

Price: $2500 CAD

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Huss and Dalton TOM-M Torrefied OM Mahogany Steel String

Huss and Dalton TOM-M Torrefied OM Mahogany Steel String

The Huss and Dalton TOM-M was our on staff expert, Mike Gray’s favourite guitar at the 2017 NAMM show.   The name means that it has a Torrefied spruce top on an OM or Orchestra Model size body that has Mahogany back and sides.   Torrefaction is a process of carefully heat-treating tonewoods to simulate the effects of decades of aging, and helps produce a warmer,  open tone – helping a new, relatively unplayed instrument sound and respond as if it had years of being played.   
As with all Huss and Dalton instruments, the fit, finish and attention to detail is unmatched.  These guitars play very well, sound great, and are very responsive.  

Price: $6050 CAD
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Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998

Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998

Every aspect of the Grosh Retro Classic is a complete re-design of the traditional “S”-style guitar, from the body dimensions, contours, balance and routing to the neck design, construction and head stock. The Retro Classic delivers harmonically rich tones with an ease of playability that is simply unmatched. Featuring master-grade woods, ultra-thin nitro-lacquer finish universal pickup routs, Kluson style locking tuners and a floating 1088 Gotoh trem.

Price: $1850 CAD
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SOLD ! Jose Lopez Bellido Flamenco Negra Guitar, 1999

SOLD ! Jose Lopez Bellido Flamenco Negra Guitar, 1999

Here we are treated to a Jose Lopez Bellido Flamenco Negra guitar, dating to 1999 and using a German Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood back and sides. This wonderful instrument is in good working order with some play wear and has tap plates, golpeador, already installed plus there’s a K&K pickup. A hard shell case is included.
Jose Lopez Bellido retired in 2009 and was a well known and highly respected guitar builder in Granada, Spain.   Guitar building runs in his family, with his older brother Manuel Lopez Bellido operating Guitarras Bellido and sons and nephews having their own workshops.

Price: $3499 CAD

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Webber Jumbo Soft Cutaway Steel String Guitar, 2007

Webber Jumbo Soft Cutaway Steel String Guitar, 2007

The Webber Jumbo body is an elegant guitar, combining the upper bout shape of an OM Style guitar with a large, circular lower bout. This tight-waisted guitar is smaller at 16 inches across than most conventional jumbo designs. As it is also slightly shallower, the body fits comfortably under the player’s arm. It delivers a big, well defined bass response with a strong mid range, making this guitar a great choice for Jazz comping or rhythm accompaniment.
Dating to 2007, this Webber Jumbo includes the Soft Cutaway option, which is a bit shorter or ‘softer’ than most traditional Venetian cutaways. In very good condition with very little wear, it is built with a Sitka Spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back and sides.

Price: $2400 CAD
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