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Reduced! Gibson Les Paul Recording Model Natural, 1972

Reduced!  Gibson Les Paul Recording Model Natural, 1972

Built from 1971 to 1979, the Gibson Les Paul Recording model sported the features most desired by Les Paul himself, but unfortunately this did not translate into sales success. Still, even this low selling model was copied by Japanese builders during the ‘Lawsuit Era’. Constructed during the Norlin years with strong references to the original Les Paul Custom models, the Gibson Les Paul Recording model featured a Mahogany body with carved Mahogany top – unlike the Gold Top and Standard models, which had Maple caps on a Mahogany slab. At this point, Gibson was using what’s come to be called ‘Pancake’ bodies, with at least two narrower layers of Mahogany.

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Price: $3,450.00 CAD $3,750.00 CAD
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Fender Precision Bass Maple Neck Black, 1975

Fender Precision Bass Maple Neck Black, 1975

Next up is a lovely, almost all original Fender Precision Bass Maple neck built at the CBS/Fender Fullerton plant in 1975 – the pot codes date to 1974.

Vintage
Price: $5,450.00 CAD
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❗️SALE❗️ Ibanez RG1027PBF Premium 7 String Cerulean Blue Burst – New /Old Stock

❗️SALE❗️ Ibanez RG1027PBF Premium 7 String Cerulean Blue Burst - New /Old Stock

The Ibanez RG1027PBF Premium is a seven string version of their very popular RG body shape. This double cutaway body has sleek sharp lines and high quality features. The body is made from American basswood which is a fairly light weight wood with a growly warm tone with good midrange presence. The poplar burl top is very alluring particularly with the Cerulean blue burst finish. The neck is a multi piece neck made from Panga Panga, maple, walnut and purple heart. The multi wood neck adds stability and the Wizard 7 profile has a very solid feel and is fast playing but not too thin.

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Price: $1,399.00 CAD $1,749.00 CAD
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Taylor 214ce BLK DLX

Taylor 214ce BLK DLX

The Taylor 214ce BLK DLX is an excellent multipurpose guitar with an eye catching all black finish. The grand auditorium body works well for fingerstyle and light to medium strumming with a good amount of volume production. The solid Sitka spruce top of the Taylor 214ce BLK DLX has a great dynamic range and clear balanced tone.

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Price: $2,099.00 CAD
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Evan Kingma Flamenco Guitar, Kauri 2018

Evan Kingma Flamenco Guitar, Kauri 2018

This is a very special Evan Kingma flamenco guitar, with the sides and back from ancient Kauri wood sourced from New Zealand, and by Ancient, we mean thirty to fifty thousand years old.  This guitar is numbered as 10, and named ‘Pink Mosque 3’.  Evan Kingma is an up and coming Canadian luthier, from a small town in the Niagara Peninsula, but now studying and working full time in Spain with Master Luthier Stephen Hill. In addition to building, he also helps teach at The European Institute of Guitar Making in Granada.

Used
Price: $3,950.00 CAD
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Fender Vintera 60s Telecaster Bigsby, Sunburst

Fender Vintera 60s Telecaster Bigsby, Sunburst

The Fender Vintera 60s Telecaster Bigsby is Mexican made guitar for players that prefer the vintage style and features from Fenders classic years. This guitar features a thick fat shouldered early 60s neck shape with a 7.25” fretboard radius. The core of the tone is produced by the two 60s style single coil pickups which have been recreated to feature the articulate twang and growl that has made the Telecaster a legend.

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Price: $1,299.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Taylor 324e Grand Auditorium Steel String Mahogany, 2015

⚌Reduced‼ Taylor 324e Grand Auditorium Steel String Mahogany, 2015

Here we have a very good condition Taylor 324e, built during 2015 in El Cajon California and featuring Mahogany for the top, back and sides. with Ebony for the fingerboard and bridge.   Current versions of this model feature V-Class bracing and use Tasmanian Blackwood for the sides and back.   The Taylor Expression System 2 pickup and preamp system is factory installed on all these models.  The Taylor 324e uses a non-cutaway version of the Grand Auditorium body design, Taylor’s most popular and versatile body shape, which according to Taylor delivers “a balanced blend of warmth, clarity and sustain with well-defined midrange. 

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Price: $1,900.00 CAD $2,100.00 CAD
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Boucher LTD OMH Moonwood and Walnut, 2020

Boucher LTD OMH Moonwood and Walnut, 2020

Here’s something special – a Boucher LTD OMH built with Flamed Black Walnut for the sides and back, and Adirondack Spruce in a Moonwood form for the top. Moonwood is not a specific variety of any kind of wood species. Rather, the name refers to when it was harvested; at varying seasons and phases of the moon, sap content is higher or lower. During autumn and winter, when the tree is moving to hibernation, and just before the new moon, sap content is at its lowest.

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Price: $5,499.00 CAD
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Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar BR-341

Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar BR-341

The Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar BR-341 developed from exceptional instrument examples from that time period and clearly proves that quality can stand the test of time. Over 100 years later, those early parlor instruments still continue to be the best sounding and highest valued collectables on the market today.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD
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Ibanez S61AL Axion Label, Black Mirage Gradation

Ibanez S61AL Axion Label, Black Mirage Gradation

The Ibanez S61AL Axion Label is a slim double cutaway guitar with curvy lines and a fast playing neck. In contrast to the sharper lines of the Ibanez RG line this guitar takes more cues from other classic double cutaways. However, the reverse headstock, arched top and black mirage gradation finish certainly provide a modern aesthetic as well. The body of the Ibanez S61AL is made from Nyatoh which is often used as cost effective substitute for mahogany and it has a warm tone with full lower midrange. The flame maple cap adds a little bit of brightness and looks killer with the black mirage gradation finish.

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Price: $1,699.99 CAD
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Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar – BR-371

Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar - BR-371

The Blueridge Historic Series Parlor Guitar BR-371 is based on the classic parlor guitars built in the early 20th Century when guitars were indeed played by ladies and gentlemen. Only the finest materials are used in the construction of this remarkable guitar.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD
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Valley Arts Brent Mason Signature Custom Pro Grey, 2005

Valley Arts Brent Mason Signature Custom Pro Grey, 2005

The Valley Arts Brent Mason Signature Custom Pro is based on Mason’s 1968 Fender Telecaster, modified over the years to meet the requirements of a top session player. Introduced in 2004, the Brent Mason model was built for only a few years, after Valley Arts had been purchased by Gibson with a small retail and construction space in Nashville. However, by 2006 that shop closed and in 2012 Mike McGuire, who had founded Valley Arts in 1975 and ultimately ran Gibson Custom, retired.

Used
Price: $2,800.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ DK Cleopatra Acoustic Steel String, 2017

⚌Reduced‼  DK Cleopatra Acoustic Steel String, 2017

Dmitry Kulakov has brought us one of his newer creations, the DK Cleopatra model featuring his Fibonacci body shape, Sitka Spruce top and Amazon Rosewood for the sides and back. New guitar designs are relatively easy to come up with, but what’s much more difficult is having that design work as a functional and good sounding instrument. The DK Cleopatra succeeds in these regards, resulting in an attractive and visually striking and rather good sounding instrument.

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Price: $3,000.00 CAD $4,250.00 CAD
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National NRP B Tricone Black Rust Resophonic Guitar

National NRP B Tricone Black Rust Resophonic Guitar

The National NRP B Tricone is a special guitar, blending the features of the NRP and the NRP B, which replicates the single-cone, painted body 1930 Duolian.Built in San Luis Obispo California, the National NRP B Tricone has a wonderful, massive, deep and rich tone with lots of projection. These models carry a unique ‘Black Rust’ finish, reminiscent of the vintage ‘Duco’ frosted finish process.

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Price: $4,189.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Black Flat

Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Black Flat

Here we have a new Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige in Black Flat – also available in Ice BLue Metallic, White and Red! This top quality, straightforward guitar uses the best of the best on a proven design. The IBanez AZ2402 is based on a well proven design concept. An Alder body is attached to a Maple neck – in this case, Roasted Maple – and a non-locking trem bridge is installed. At the head, locking tuners with height adjustable posts – the Goto H A P model – help keep things in tune, aided by an oil-impregnated bone nut.

New
Price: $2,699.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ242F Premium Black Ice

Ibanez AZ242F Premium Black Ice

The Ibanez AZ242F Premium is a high performance, feature packed double cutaway guitar with classy looks. The premium series from Ibanez has the same features as the Prestige line but they are manufactured in Indonesia to offer them at a lower cost. These guitars are very impressive and the quality is very close to the ones made in Japan at the Fuji-Gen plant. Now discontinued and available at a discounted price till we run out, The Ibanez AZ242F Premium features an American Bass wood body with a flamed maple top. The black ice finish has a dark yet classy feel and shows off the nice figure of the flamed maple top.

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Price: $1,450.00 CAD $1,849.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ224F Premium Brown Topaz Burst

Ibanez AZ224F Premium Brown Topaz Burst

The Ibanez AZ224F Premium has the same features as the Ibanez Prestige line but they are manufactured in Indonesia to offer them at a lower cost. These guitars are very impressive and the quality is very close to the ones made in Japan at the Fuji-Gen plant. The Ibanez AZ224F Premium features an American Bass wood body with a flamed maple top. The brown Topaz burst provides a classic look and really makes the flamed maple stand out.

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Price: $1,849.00 CAD
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Larrivee OM 40R Legacy Series Natural Satin

Larrivee OM 40R Legacy Series Natural Satin

The Larrivee OM 40R Legacy is simple and elegant orchestra sized guitar that features a Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood sides and back. The squared peghead with open gear tuners and bold rope rosette and top purfling enhance this classic aesthetic. Top it all off with the ebony fret board and bridge and maple body binding and you have an excellent looking instrument.

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Price: $2,020.00 CAD
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Larrivee OM-40 Legacy

Larrivee OM-40 Legacy

The Larrivee OM-40 Legacy model is a tonally well balanced orchestra size flat top with classic appointments. It features a mahogany back and a sitka spruce top. This tone wood combination provides rich midrange warmth and smooth articulation.

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Price: $1,800.00 CAD
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Vega C56 Archtop Guitar Natural, 1940

Vega C56 Archtop Guitar Natural, 1940

Built to compete with the Gibson L-7 and Epiphone Triumph, the Vega C56 Archtop was built from the 1930s until 1950. It was was Vega’s most popular full sized guitar and featured a solid Spruce top with Maple sides and back, Mahogany neck and Rosewood fingerboard. Here we have a Vega C56 archtop in the natural finish introduced in 1940. The serial number is somewhat below other models known to have been produced in 1940, so there’s a possibility this example was built in 1939. The top is solid Spruce, likely Adirondack.

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Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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Patt Lister Classical Guitar Lattice Braced, 1970

Patt Lister Classical Guitar Lattice Braced, 1970

Here is a rarity – a Patt Lister Classical Guitar built in Collingwood, Ontario during 1970 and featuring a lattice braced back and concentric fan braced top. Here is a rarity – a Patt Lister Classical Guitar built in Collingwood, Ontario during 1970 and featuring a lattice braced back and concentric fan braced top. This Patt Lister Classical guitar uses a Red Cedar top paired with Maple for the sides and back, with Spanish Cedar for the neck and Spruce for the tall top and back bracing. The fingerboard is Ebony, while both the bridge and head plate are Indian Rosewood.   

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Price: $2,450.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton TOMR Custom

Huss & Dalton TOMR Custom

Here we have a new Huss & Dalton TOMR Custom featuring a Thermo-Cured Sitka Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides! The model name breaks down to Traditional Orchestra Model Rosewood. On this guitar, the Custom refers to the choice of the thermo-cured Sitka top;  it’s also available with an Adirondack or Red Spruce top, and without the thermo-cure. Thermo-cured wood is also known as baked, torrefied, and by Martin as part of their VTS (vintage tone system). The process uses controlled, high heat, atmospheric pressure and minimal oxygen and simulates aging. 

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Price: $4,375.00 USD
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Gibson SG Standard ‘Batwing’ Heritage Cherry

Gibson SG Standard 'Batwing' Heritage Cherry

The Gibson SG Standard utilizes classic design elements and features from the late 60’s models that are sought after by many players. The rounded double cutaway body and long tenon 19th fret neck joint provide excellent, nearly unrestricted access all the way up the fretboard. The neck profile is rounded and feels very solid without being too thick. The electronics featured on the Gibson SG Standard are the traditional two volume, two tone controls with three way toggle switch and 490R and 490T humbuckers with Alnico 2 magnets.

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Price: $1,999.00 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Maple Neck Black, 1978

Fender Telecaster Maple Neck Black, 1978

The Fender Telecaster Maple Neck has been built without interruption since 1951, though models dating to 1950 used the name ‘Broadcaster’. The concept is simple yet was revolutionary, immediately appealed to countless guitarists and prompted many advances in musical technology. Here we’re looking at a Fender Telecaster Maple Neck with a black Polyester finish, worn enough through use to have exposed blonde and clear sealer finish undercoats. At the time, if Fender had orders for colours not in stock, they would re-finish a body. For example, this guitar’s body may well have originally been Blonde, and over-sprayed black before assembly and shipment.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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PRS Custom 22 10 Top Black Cherry, 1994

PRS Custom 22 10 Top Black Cherry, 1994

The PRS Custom 22 10 Top is a spectacular guitar in any finish, and the Black Cherry stain on this 1994 example is stunning. The Custom 22 was first based on the PRS Dragon, but without the fancier inlay or trem. In 2015, the stoptail bridge was discontinued and the trem bridge took its place. Introduced in 1993 and built till 2009 and again since 2013, the PRS Custom 22 uses proven construction and materials – a carved Maple top on a double-cutaway Mahogany back, with a Mahogany neck and Indian Rosewood fingerboard.

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Price: $3,150.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard ’50s – Heritage Cherry Sunburst

Gibson Les Paul Standard '50s - Heritage Cherry Sunburst

As part of their Original Collection series the Gibson Les Paul Standard 50’s pays tribute to their golden era of innovation and classic design. This guitar features a non-chambered mahogany body with maple cap and a beautiful Heritage Cherry Sunburst with high gloss nitrocellulose finish. The mahogany neck has a rounded 50’s profile preferred by players looking for a thicker and very solid feeling neck.

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Price: $3,399.00 CAD
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Gibson ES225T Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1958

Gibson ES225T Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1958

Introduced in 1955 and built until 1959, the Gibson ES225T was one of the first three new Thinline guitars with the Byrdland and the ES-350T. The ES-225T had the lowest price of the three and used the Les Paul trapeze tailpiece. Most models sported a single P-90 pickup in the middle position, though from 1956 to 1959 the ES-225TD – thinline and double pickup – was available. Both of these versions were discontinued shortly after the 1958 introduction of the very popular ES-335 and ES-355; the ES-345 appeared in 1959. 

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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Gibson SG Tribute Natural Satin Walnut

Gibson SG Tribute Natural Satin Walnut

The Gibson SG Tribute is part of the Gibson Modern line and is an excellent workhorse guitar with simple and classic aesthetics. This guitar features the classic sg rounded and thin double cutaway body shape made of mahogany. This particular version of the Gibson SG Tribute comes in a satin walnut stain for a very earthy and natural look. The neck is maple with rosewood fretboard and fuller rounded profile and a 12” radius. The satin finish on the back of the neck and the 22 medium jumbo frets provide a smooth and easy playing feel. The double cutaway body design provides easy access all the way up to the last fret.

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Price: $1,499.00 CAD
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Martin D12 20 12 String Guitar Natural, 1968

Martin D12 20 12 String Guitar Natural, 1968

The Martin D12 20 was a slope shouldered, 12-fret 12 string guitar built from 1964 to 1991 with a Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany for the sides, back and neck. Here we’re looking at a Martin D12 20 dating to February of 1968 and built at the Martin plant in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. As a ’20’ model, it is very close to an ’18’ and the key differentiating component is the ‘zipper’ back strip. The top is Sitka Spruce – Adirondack Spruce had been overharvested during WW2 and it would still be decades for recovery. The sides, back, and slotted-headstock neck are Honduran Mahogany and, by the time this post-1967 guitar was built, Indian Rosewood was used for the head plate, bridge and unbound fingerboard.

Vintage
Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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Michael Messer Resophonic Guitars

Michael Messer Resophonic Guitars

You will find a superb assortment of Michael Messer Resophonic Guitars at The Twelfth Fret. Our selection include Michael Messer’s array of models.

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Pre-Sold‼ G W Barry OM Cutaway Bearclaw Adirondack Top, 2020

Pre-Sold‼ G W Barry OM Cutaway Bearclaw Adirondack Top, 2020

Here is a brand new, pre-sold G W Barry OM cutaway model with a Bearclaw Spruce top, demonstrating Barry’s great skill in guitar building. Quality Adirondack Spruce is hard to come by… the elusive “bear-claw” feature present in this example is rare, to say the least. The stiffness exhibited by it allows for a top with a much higher “threshold” of volume and tone. Dynamics are at the heart of this choice, retaining detail for both lower and higher attack styles.

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Seagull Coastline Momentum CH Concert Hall Natural Gloss

Seagull Coastline Momentum CH Concert Hall Natural Gloss

The Seagull Coastline Momentum CH HG A/E is another excellent guitar from the Godin family in Quebec. This precise model has been discontinued but we’ve still got a few of them in stock! The name indicates that this guitar is part of the Coastline Momentum line, CH for Concert Hall body shape, HG for High Gloss finish, and A/E ‘Acoustic Electric’. The CH ‘Concert Hall’ body is an equivalent to the classic Orchestra Model body used successfully by many builders since its introduction in the early 1930s.   

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Price: $649.00 CAD
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Seagull S6 Original and S6 Original Slim, Satin Finish

Seagull S6 Original and S6 Original Slim, Satin Finish

The Seagull S6 Original is a small revamp of the award winning Seagull S6, first introduced in 1982 and which has become the flagship model for the Seagull line which features excellent quality and value.   The Seagull line, like Art and Lutherie and Simon & Patrick, are all products of the Godin companies based in southern Quebec, Canada. The revamp of the Seagull S6 Original features a pressure tested solid cedar top, laminate wild cherry sides and back and a thin yet durable semi-gloss finish. The combination of the dreadnought body shape and the solid cedar top produces a tight bottom end, crisp midrange and smooth top end.

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Price: $549.00 CAD
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Seagull Coastline Momentum HG A/E Steel String Guitar Cedar

Seagull Coastline Momentum HG A/E Steel String Guitar Cedar

The Seagull Coastline Momentum HG A/E is another excellent guitar from the Godin family in Quebec, with a solid Cedar top and laminate Cherry sides and back – and a Fishman pickup system! Since the creation of the award winning S6 model in 1982, Seagull guitars have been known for their excellent quality. The Seagull Coastline Momentum was designed in 2017 and features a solid cedar top and a very thin high gloss finish. This thin finish provides a luxurious accent to the wild cherry sides and back and allows the cedar top to vibrate more freely and that means more volume and tone production.

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Price: $749.00 CAD
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Seagull Entourage Autumn Burst Steel String Guitar

Seagull Entourage Autumn Burst Steel String Guitar

The Seagull Entourage Autumn Burst is a slope shouldered dreadnought featuring a solid spruce top. The new autumn burst finish really pops on this guitar with the addition of the white body binding, redesigned pickguard and rich shaded finish on the back and sides. The slope shouldered dreadnought body and solid spruce top provide lots of projection and clear treble frequencies that will cut through most acoustic situations.

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Price: $529.00 CAD
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Gibson EB 0L Long Scale Bass Cherry, 1972

Gibson EB 0L Long Scale Bass Cherry, 1972

Here is a rarity – a Gibson EB 0L long scale bass from 1972, reaching just past the Fender Bass scale length to 34.134 inches. This model was built from 1970 to 1977 to a quantity of 1,153, according to the shipping totals page at Fly Guitars, a site dedicated to Gibson basses. The Gibson EB 0L has straightforward construction, pairing a Mahogany body to a three-piece Maple neck with an unbound Indian Rosewood fingerboard.

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Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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Gibson Marauder Solidbody Sunburst, 1975

Gibson Marauder Solidbody Sunburst, 1975

The Gibson Marauder was designed by Bill Lawrence and built from 1975 to 1980, and over time a total of 7,112 were built including the Marauder Custom. This Gibson Marauder example dates to 1975 and was built at the Gibson Nashville plant. It is in good condition and plays well, though the pickups are not original and a full size humbucker has been installed in the bridge position, with the pickguard cut to fit. The finish otherwise is in good shape with a number of small dents and dings from honest use. The neck finish is worn from frets 2 to 7 from playing in that area. Fret wear is moderate.

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Price: $999.99 CAD
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Hofner Verythin John Stowell Sunburst, 2007

Hofner Verythin John Stowell Sunburst, 2007

Based on the 1960s Verythin design, the Hofner Verythin John Stowell model was built until for a short time to around 200 pieces in Hagenau, Germany. This example, dating to April 13 2007 and signed by Master Luthier Thomas Stulheim features a German Spruce top and flame maple for the sides back and neck.Based on the 1960s Verythin design, the Hofner Verythin John Stowell model was built until from 2001 to 2008 in Germany. This was not a mass produced model and perhaps 200 examples were made.

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Price: $2,650.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Tribute Satin Cherry Sunburst

Gibson Les Paul Tribute Satin Cherry Sunburst

The Gibson Les Paul Tribute is a guitar that both respects its lineage and uses some modern design elements to produce a cool vibe and playing experience. This particular guitar features a Cherry Sunburst with satin nitrocellulose finish. The satin finish looks great and will help to not show finger print smudges from playing. Another great feature on the Gibson Les Paul Tribute is the Ultra modern weight relief. This process retains a solid core of mahogany under the maple cap while chambering around the perimeter. The provided weight relief is substantial and really lightens the load on your shoulder when playing for longer periods of time. Unlike a full chambered design the solid core limits the effect on the overall tone.

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Price: $1,699.00 CAD
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Larrivee OM 03R Recording Series Guitar Satin Natural, 2008

Larrivee OM 03R Recording Series Guitar Satin Natural, 2008

Part of the Recording Series, the Larrivee OM 03R draws from the classic Orchestra Model design introduced in the early 1930s to aid the great shift to guitar by banjo players. The Larrivee OM 03R is built using traditional materials including a Sitka Spruce top with Herringbone purfling and rosette, Indian Rosewood for the back sides and head plate, Mahogany for the body blocks and neck, with Ebony for the bridge and bound fingerboard. The body binding is Maple while, in this period, the fingerboard binding is grained ivoroid. The finish is natural satin.

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Price: $1,500.00 CAD
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Gibson 57 Reissue Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry, 2007

Gibson 57 Reissue Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry, 2007

The Gibson 57 Reissue Les Paul Junior is a re-creation of one of the popular entry level Les Paul, introduced in 1954. Here we’re looking at a Gibson 57 Reissue Les Paul Junior in a Faded Cherry nitrocellulose lacquer finish. Like its source, this guitar is simply built with Mahogany slab body, a Mahogany neck with full ‘baseball bat’ neck profile and an Indian Rosewood fingerboard – the 1950s originals would have used Brazilian Rosewood. This guitar has been played, and there’s an amount of ‘buckle rash’ on the back.

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Price: $2,900.00 CAD
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Ibanez RGD71AL Axion Label 7 String Antique Brown Stained Burst

Ibanez RGD71AL Axion Label 7 String Antique Brown Stained Burst

The Ibanez RGD71AL Axion Label offers a seven string version of this modern body shape. This seven string features a layered ash body with a flamed maple top which looks great with the satin antique brown stained burst. The Nitro wizard 5 piece neck is solid but slim enough for fast playing and the scale length on these models is 26.5” which provides better tension for a seventh string and lower tunings. The longer scale length also offers a stronger note fundamental and clarity for the lower notes. The electronics are straight forward with two Dimarzio Fusion Edge humbuckers a single volume control and three way pickup selector.

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Price: $1,699.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Spector USA Forte 4 Bass Black, 2015

⚌Reduced‼ Spector USA Forte 4 Bass Black, 2015

The Spector USA Forte 4 bass brings back the early highly innovative Spector basses seen at The Twelfth Fret and in the hands of many pro players in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Stuart Spector began building basses with Alan Charney about the same time as The Twelfth Fret, and soon connected with Ned Steinberger – all members of the Brooklyn Woodworker’s Co-op. Steinberger, fresh from a furniture design course, took Spector’s neck-through construction and added a unique and very comfortable curved body. That curved body became one of the hallmarks of Spector designs.

Used
Price: $3,500.00 CAD $3,699.99 CAD
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Larrivee L09 Koa Custom 5 of 10, 2006

Larrivee L09 Koa Custom 5 of 10, 2006

This Larrivee L09 Koa was the fifth of a custom order of 10 guitars by The Twelfth Fret, with woods selected personally by Jean Larrivee for the year 2006. For this Larrivee L09 Koa, the top is Sitka Spruce and the spectacular sides and back are Acacia Koa, found in Hawaii. The body blocks and neck are Mahogany, with Ebony for the head plate, bridge and bound fingerboard. The gold tuners with creme plastic buttons are part of the custom specifications. No electronics are installed, this guitar is purely acoustic.

Used
Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Gibson ES235 Gloss Cherry Thinline Electric Guitar, 2019

Gibson ES235 Gloss Cherry Thinline Electric Guitar, 2019

Here’s a brand new model, the Gibson ES235 Gloss thinline arch top, flat back, solid center block electric in translucent Cherry! This is new for 2019 model from Gibson, and it has plenty going for it. Designed and originally built at the now-closed Gibson Memphis plant, this single cutaway, smaller body guitar is built in Nashville, Tennessee. It’s available in Ebony black, Cherry and Sunburst versions.

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Price: $2,199.00 CAD
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Eastman E6 OM Steel String Guitar Natural

Eastman E6 OM Steel String Guitar Natural

The Eastman E6 OM is a warm and balanced sounding guitar with straightforward classic appointments. The OM or orchestra sized body is a smaller shape dating to the early 1930s with a curvy waist and more compact lower bout. This results in a very comfortable playing experience particularly in a seated position. The smaller body also requires less energy to get the top moving and responds really well to a lighter touch. Fingerstyle playing and light to medium strumming really bring out the voice of this instrument.

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Price: $1,210.00 CAD
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Fender Jeff Beck Stratocaster Surf Green, 2009

Fender Jeff Beck Stratocaster Surf Green, 2009

The Fender Jeff Beck Stratocaster, built since 1991, honors one of the more innovative and versatile rock guitarists.  Jeff Beck has been working since the early 1960s and has appeared on countless stages and recordings. 
Drawing from a standard model, the Fender Jeff Beck Stratocaster features an Alder body and Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard.  However, in the interests of stage performance and tuning stability, this model also features locking (Sperzel) tuners, an LSR Roller nut, two-point trem and hot Noiseless pickups. 

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Music Man Sterling 4 HS Bass Natural, 2006

Music Man Sterling 4 HS Bass Natural, 2006

The Ernie Ball Music Man Sterling 4 was introduced in 1993 with a single pickup, Ash body, and Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard. In 2005, a second neck pickup became available. Music Man was founded in 1972 by Leo Fender, Forrest White and Tom Walker, originally named Tri-Sonix, then MusiTek and in 1974 became Music Man. Leo Fender was still bound by a 1965 non-competition agreement with CBS, so until 1975 he was a silent partner though he left the company in 1979.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Harrison GB Custom Honeyburst, 2015

Harrison GB Custom Honeyburst, 2015

The Harrison GB Custom has become a very successful instrument for jazz guitarists, and was developed with the late Gary Benson, a prominent Toronto player and teacher. This Harrison GB Custom features a Quilted Maple cap on a chambered Mahogany body and a Mahogany neck with a Maple-bound Ebony fingerboard fitted with Stainless Steel frets. The custom built tailpiece is also Ebony.

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Price: $5,250.00 CAD
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Eastman PCH1 D Dreadnought Steel String Guitar Classic Finish

Eastman PCH1 D Dreadnought Steel String Guitar Classic Finish

The PCH1 D model from Eastman guitars is an excellent choice for players looking for great sounding guitar at an affordable price. One of the main features on this model is the solid Sitka spruce top. The top or sound board is one of the main components in tone production on an acoustic guitar. While laminate tops have more durability they are stiff and don’t vibrate well. The solid top vibrates with the energy of the strings and produces tone.

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Price: $380.00 CAD
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Eastman PCH1 OM Orchestra Model Steel String Guitar, Natural

Eastman PCH1 OM Orchestra Model Steel String Guitar, Natural

The all-new Eastman PCH1 OM model really hits a sweet spot for players looking for upgraded features at an affordable price. One of the main features on this model is the solid Sitka spruce top, paired with a laminate Sapele body.  The top or sound board is one of the main components in tone production on an acoustic guitar. While laminate tops have more durability they are stiff and don’t vibrate well. The solid top vibrates with the energy of the strings and produces tone, and its ability to do this develops over time with playing.   This is a guitar that will grow with you!

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Price: $380.00 CAD
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Walden Baritone B-1 Acoustic Guitar – Back In Stock!

Walden Baritone B-1 Acoustic Guitar - Back In Stock!

For years, we’ve been convinced that many guitar players would love to add a Baritone guitar to their stable of guitars but were held back but the high price tag of these specialized instruments. Needless to say, we are very pleased with the quality of woods, materials and tone from the Walden Baritone and more than that – thrilled with the low price!

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Price: $1,195.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Sunburst 1977

⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Sunburst 1977

Introduced in 1954 and bearing a suspicious resemblance to the outlines of the early Precision Bass, the Fender Stratocaster Sunburst became one of the most successful and versatile guitar designs. Here we’re looking at a CBS era Fender Stratocaster Sunburst, one of the most distinctive of Fender’s guitars and finishes. This example dates to late 1977 and is in good working condition, appearing largely original. The contoured body is Ash, with a Maple neck, here with a Walnut ‘Skunk Stripe’ indicating that the truss rod was mounted from the rear, unlike many Rosewood fingerboard models that have the truss rod mounted from the top, before the fingerboard is installed.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD $3,395.00 CAD
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Jerry Farrell Maple Classical Guitar, 2017

Jerry Farrell Maple Classical Guitar, 2017

This Jerry Farrell Maple Classical guitar follows a traditional Spanish construction pattern, but with a lovely Curly Maple set for the sides and back in place of Rosewood, and an Engelmann Spruce top.   The neck appears to be Cedrilla or Spanish Cedar as used on traditional classicals, and with what looks like Pau Ferro for the fingerboard and bridge. 

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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Gretsch Anniversary 6118 Two Tone Smoke Green 1964

Gretsch Anniversary 6118 Two Tone Smoke Green 1964

Here we have a very nice Gretsch Anniversary 6118 in Two Tone Smoke Green, built during 1964 in Brooklyn, New York. The Gretsch Anniversary Models were introduced as lower cost versions of the popular 6120 during 1958 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the company’s 1883 founding. This Gretsch Anniversary 6118 dates to 1964 and is in very nice condition, with no binding deterioration. The Two Tone Smoke Green finish shows natural and expected lacquer checking but the colours are rich and vibrant with very little physical damage otherwise. This guitar appears to be all original, with one subtle modification – the black plastic pickup inserts have been removed and flipped to be all black, with the ‘Gretsch’ logo hidden and facing down.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Gibson ES350 Electric Archtop Sunburst 1951

Gibson ES350 Electric Archtop Sunburst 1951

Here’s a real beauty – a Gibson ES350 Electric Archtop built during 1951 at the historic Parsons Street shop in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The ES-350 was built from 1947 to 1956, and for 1957 received a thinner body and new name – the ES-350T, the T standing for Thinline.   This model was played extensively by top artists like Barney Kessel, Chuck Berry, B B King and Tal Farlow. At its 1947 introduction, the Gibson ES350 was named the ‘ES-350 Premiere’ and was a full body, single cutaway archtop with a single P-90 pickup in the neck position. For 1949, it received a second pickup. Construction was typical of Gibson’s electric archtop production, with Laminate Maple for the top, sides and back, part of an attempt to reduce feedback at stage volumes.

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Price: $8,995.00 CAD
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Fender Mustang Sunburst, 1973

Fender Mustang Sunburst, 1973

Introduced in 1964 and built until 1982 as a student model, the Fender Mustang has also been used by a number of touring professionals, including Adrian Belew, Kurt Cobain, David Byrne, John Frusciante and of course the late Johnny Winter. Here we’re looking at a Fender Mustang in Sunburst finish, built during 1973 at the Fender Fullerton plant, almost halfway through the period of CBS ownership.

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Price: $2,350.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton T0014 Rosewood Steel String Guitar

Huss & Dalton T0014 Rosewood Steel String Guitar

Here’s a beautiful new Huss & Dalton T0014 Rosewood, part of the Traditional series and here seen with a Rosewood rather than Mahogany body. The top of the Huss & Dalton T0014 Rosewood is Sitka Spruce and the neck is Mahogany, with Ebony for the bridge and unbound fingerboard. The headplate is Indian Rosewood, and there are no electronics installed – this guitar is entirely acoustic.

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Price: $4,337.00 USD
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Ramirez Model 4E Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 2001

Ramirez Model 4E Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 2001

Here’s a Ramirez Model 4E built during 2001 with the Ramirez shop at General Margallo No. 10 in Madrid, around the block from the Tetuan subway station. A full size guitar at 650mm scale and 52mm nut width, the 4E features a Red Cedar top, Indian Rosewood for the sides, back headplate and bridge, Ebony for the fingerboard, and Spanish Cedar (Cedro) for the neck and body blocks.

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Price: $1,799.00 CAD
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Fender Stratocaster Pink Paisley MIJ, 1987

Fender Stratocaster Pink Paisley MIJ, 1987

Here’s something special! Not a reissue but an original, the Fender Stratocaster Pink Paisley was built in Japan from 1985 to 1987 while Fender had no guitar production in the USA. The Fender Stratocaster Pink Paisley model was unique to this era though during 1968, Fender built a Paisley Telecaster. The finish uses a foil layer on top of the body wood and covered with a polyester sunburst layer. This Fender Stratocaster Pink Paisley model dates to 1987 and was built for Fender Japan by Fuji-Gen at Matsumoto, Nagano. It’s in good clean condition though it has definitely been played, as evidenced by the fingerboard wear.

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Price: $2,150.00 CAD
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Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1947

Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1947

This Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe was built around 1947 based on the middle-position pickup type and location, control layout and the serial number. The serial is ‘75194’ with the 75 being a prefix for this model and the ‘194’ its production rank; this serial scheme was used from 1944 to 1950. The top is Laminate Spruce, the back and sides Laminate Maple and the neck a five piece layup of Maple and Walnut.

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Price: $2,950.00 CAD
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Collings CW Indian A Dreadnought, 2009

Collings CW Indian A Dreadnought, 2009

Here is a Collings CW Indian A Dreadnought steel string guitar dating to 2009 and in great shape. The ‘CW’ stands for Collings Winfield after the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas. This guitar is built for serious flat-pickers. Based on the classic D-28 design, the Collings CW Indian A features an Adirondack Spruce top with oversize soundhole to produce more clean volume when played hard.

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Price: $4,999.00 CAD
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Martin 000-28 Steel String Guitar

Martin 000-28  Steel String Guitar

The Martin 000-28 is a guitar delivering bold and complex tone in a package with timeless style. The 000-28 is a small-bodied guitar with a tight waist. This smaller body shape works really well for players with a light to medium touch, as you don’t have to drive the top as hard to produce tone. The classic pairing of Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood sides and back on the Martin 000-28 produces a rich and full-bodied tone with plenty of complex overtones. The x bracing pattern of the top is scalloped which removes some mass and allows the top to vibrate more increasing volume and bass response.

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Price: $4,339.00 CAD
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Eastman SB56 NGD Gold Top Solidbody

Eastman SB56 NGD Gold Top Solidbody

The new Eastman SB56 NGD Gold Top Solidbody honors the traditional “LP” construction concept, with top quality materials, construction and components including stock Lollar pickups. Built using a one-piece Mahogany body under a solid carved Maple cap, and one-piece Mahogany neck with Ebony for the fingerboard and head plate, the Eastman SB56 is intended to look and act like a mid 1950’s gold top P-90 equipped model, and does a great job of it.

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Price: $2,650.00 CAD
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Eastman SB59 V Amber Solidbody Guitar

Eastman SB59 V Amber Solidbody Guitar

The Eastman SB59 V reflects the classic late 1950s design for a single cutaway, Flamed Maple on Mahogany solidbody with humbucking pickups. While it follows the formula, it’s not a precise copy and Eastman uses their own designs. As a ‘Vintage’ style model, this guitar has undergone an treatment process to simulate the wear of decades of use – except for fretwear.

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Price: $2,650.00 CAD
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Beneteau Flamenco Cedar and Cypress Guitar, 1999

Beneteau Flamenco Cedar and Cypress Guitar, 1999

Next is a very nice Marc Beneteau Flamenco guitar with Cedar top and Cypress back and sides, built in the Beneteau shop in St. Thomas Ontario during 1999. Built in a modern style, this Beneteau Flamenco model uses a Cedar top paired with Cypress for the sides and back. The neck is Flamed Mahogany and uses a bolt construction rather than the traditional Spanish ‘Slipper Heel’ design.

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Price: $3,499.00 CAD
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National Tricone Style 1 12 Fret Resophonic Nickel Brass Guitar, 2001

National Tricone Style 1 12 Fret Resophonic Nickel Brass Guitar, 2001

The National Tricone Style 1 is based on the seminal National String Instrument Corporation guitars built from 1927 to 1943. National’s first design was for a three-cone amplification system, and the prototypes used a round cover for the three cones but by the time production began, a triangular cover plate was developed. An interesting aside is that many of the early components were made for National by Adolph Rickenbacker, who had a nearby metal shop and an interest in musical instruments.

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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National NRP Raw Steel 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National NRP Raw Steel 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

Released for 2020, the National NRP Raw Steel 14 Fret sports a new lightly ‘distressed’ finish and still delivers the warm, rich unmistakable National sound.  Also available in a 12-fret model.  The National NRP 14 is built like other NRP models with steel bodies and single 9.5 inch resonator cone, but is visually distinct with its retro ‘Chickenfoot’ style cover plate and new finish.

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Price: $2,889.00 CAD
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Alhambra Crossover CSLR S E1, 2016

Alhambra Crossover CSLR S E1, 2016

The Alhambra Crossover CSLR is, as the name suggests, a crossover model, aimed at players coming from the steel string world who want the responsive expression nylon strings can provide. Built in Muro de Alcoy, Alicante, Spain, the Alhambra Crossover CSLR features a solid Red Cedar top, with Indian Rosewood for the sides, back, head plate, fingerboard and bridge. The body is based on a standard classical design but includes a cutaway and shaped heel.

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Price: $1,200.00 CAD
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Gitane DG-300 Professional Gypsy Jazz Guitar – Modele John Jorgenson

Gitane DG-300 Professional Gypsy Jazz Guitar – Modele John Jorgenson

The Gitane DG-300 Professional Gypsy Jazz Guitar – Modele John Jorgenson is one of the most popular choices for a Gypsy jazz guitar ! It has a steeper neck angle and more top arch than the 200 series Gitanes. These features gives it a more traditional Gypsy sound and feel. It projects nicely with a fair amount of openness to the tone and can get rather crunchy for rhythm playing.

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Fender 1953 Precision Bass Blonde

Fender 1953 Precision Bass Blonde

Here is a real treat – a Fender 1953 Precision Bass, an early example of one of the most influential instruments ever built. The revolutionary introduction of the solidbody and fretted Precision Bass allowed bassists to follow guitarists in accuracy of pitch and precision tuning, and also in the area of stage volume through amplification without feedback. Without this innovation, we probably wouldn’t have gone to arenas or festival grounds to see incredibly loud artists.

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Price: $30,999.99 CAD
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Huss & Dalton Crossroads 12 Sunburst

Huss & Dalton Crossroads 12 Sunburst

Here is a brand new Huss & Dalton Crossroads 12, a smaller bodied, 12 fret version of the Crossroads line. These “Retro” guitars are great for fingerstyle, particularly blues and folk styles, and work really well with a vocalist. Sold with the original Huss & Dalton hard shell case.

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Price: $5,750.00 CAD
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Roland Guitar Synth & Controller GR700 & G202, 1984/1983

Roland Guitar Synth & Controller GR700 & G202, 1984/1983

The Roland Guitar Synth, GR-700 and its controller G-202 were built between 1980 and 1984 and was influential as the first successful production guitar synthesizer. The GR-700 Roland Guitar Synth is an analog synthesizer using the same technologies and Roland’s popular JX-3P keyboard synth and the MKS-30 MIDI controlled rack mount version. It’s a relatively large floor controller providing six voices and 64 memory locations.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Precision Bass Arctic Pearl

Fender American Ultra Precision Bass Arctic Pearl

The Fender American Ultra Precision Bass is the most advanced offering in their line catering to discerning players that want the most precision, high quality performance and tone. The Fender Precision bass is one of the most heard and recorded bass guitars in history and this version adds some modern features to this legendary tone machine. The alder body and maple neck combination delivers a familiar thump and fat note fundamental. New features include the new ultra-noiseless pickups in a PJ configuration. This gives you a standard precision pickup and a jazz pickup in the bridge position.

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Price: $2,659.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Kenny Hill Hauser 37 Classical Guitar, 2005

⚌Reduced‼ Kenny Hill Hauser 37 Classical Guitar, 2005

Here we are looking at a Kenny Hill Hauser 37 Classical guitar, built during 2005 in Ben Lomond California. Kenny Hill has been building since the mid 1970s and is highly respected. The Hauser 37 model recreates a guitar played for many years by Andres Segovia. This Kenny Hill Hauser 37 model features a European Spruce top, Indian Rosewood sides, back, headplate and bridge, with a Mahogany neck and ebony fingerboard. The headstock features a traditional style V joint. The scale length is 650mm and the nut width 51.3mm or 2.02 inches.

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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Gibson CF100E Tamio Okuda Electric Acoustic, 2014

Gibson CF100E Tamio Okuda Electric Acoustic, 2014

Here we have another fairly rare guitar, at least for North America – a Gibson CF100E Tamio Okuda model, cutaway with P90 and in very good condition. For those in Japan, Tamio needs no introduction. One of Japan’s most popular guitarist/singer/producer/songwriters, Tamio Okuda has had an almost 30-year career in the Japanese scene. The Gibson Custom Shop CF100E Tamio Okuda  model was built as a limited edition model during 2014, based on Tamio Okuda’s own 1950’s guitar.  The top is solid Sitka Spruce, the back, sides and neck are mahogany (the profile copies Tamio’s guitar) with a rosewood fingerboard. 

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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Martin 0021NY Brazilian Rosewood Steel String, 1962

Martin 0021NY Brazilian Rosewood Steel String, 1962

The Martin 0021NY, built from 1961 to 1965, is based on the 00-21 model first introduced by C. F Martin I during 1898 and built until 1996. While it is not heavily decorated and has no fingerboard inlays, it’s not a base model. It features a Sitka Spruce top paired with Brazilian Rosewood for the sides, back, headplate, fingerboard and bridge, with Mahogany for the body blocks and neck.

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Price: $6,999.99 CAD
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Gibson ES125TDC Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1969

Gibson ES125TDC Thinline Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1969

Here’s an always-fun guitar – a Gibson ES125TDC thinline cutaway archtop electric guitar with a pair of P-90’s and several upgrades! As stock, the Gibson ES125TDC – ES stands for Electric Spanish (as opposed to Hawaiian) and the TDC initials expand to Thinline, Double Pickup and with a Cutaway  has a pair of P-90 pickups with black plastic ‘Dog Ear’ covers, indicating the screw tabs used to mount the cover and pickup to the guitar top.

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Price: $2,750.00 CAD
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Fender Jaguar Offset Body Sunburst, 1964

Fender Jaguar Offset Body Sunburst, 1964

Here we’re looking at a very nice Fender Jaguar Offset body guitar in its original 3-tone sunburst. It’s in largely original condition and has been professionally re-fretted and set up – it’s ready to go! This example dates to 1964, with pot codes from that year, and was built at the Fender plant in Fullerton, California. It’s a Pre-CBS model, built before the sale of Fender to CBS which took effect on January 5, 1965.   

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Price: $6,750.00 CAD
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Art & Lutherie Americana Faded Black Steel String Guitar

Art & Lutherie Americana Faded Black Steel String Guitar

The Art & Lutherie Americana Faded Black is hand crafted in Quebec and pays tribute the century old classic Dreadnought body shape. This guitar features a solid cedar top and laminate wild cherry back and sides. The large body shape provides good volume for strumming and the cedar top adds lovely warmth to the tone. The satin faded black finish is sharp and eye catching with the white body binding.

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Price: $479.00 CAD
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Gibson SJ200 Jumbo Steel String Sunburst, 1951

Gibson SJ200 Jumbo Steel String Sunburst, 1951

Introduced in 1938 and in constant production since then, the Gibson SJ200 is one of the largest and most recognisable steel string models. Here we’re looking at a very nicely preserved Gibson SJ200 dating to 1951 and built at the Parsons Street plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is in overall rather good condition with some wear, but less than we often see on guitars approaching the 70 year old mark.

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Price: $16,500.00 CAD
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Martin 00017 Black Smoke Guitar

Martin 00017 Black Smoke Guitar

The Martin 00017 is a small bodied, easy playing and warm sounding guitar available in either a satin black smoke finish or satin whiskey sunburst finish. This guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top and mahogany sides and back. This classic wood pairing provides a balance of warmth and clarity with a good dynamic range.

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Price: $2,099.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Arthur Hansel Steel String Guitar Natural, 1952

⚌Reduced‼ Arthur Hansel Steel String Guitar Natural, 1952

Here’s a piece of Canadian musical history – an Arthur Hansel steel string guitar built in Toronto during February 1952 and restored by Bruce Dowd. Arthur Hansel immigrated to Canada from Germany during the early 1930s with the name ‘Hensel’ and was trained as a cabinetmaker and instrument builder. By 1936, he was listed in the Toronto Telephone Directory as either ‘Hansel’ or ‘Hansell’.

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Price: $950.00 CAD
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Fender Precision Special Bass Lake Placid Blue, 1980

Fender Precision Special Bass Lake Placid Blue, 1980

The Fender Precision Special bass was built from 1980 to 1982 as part of a trend to modernize some of Fender’s best sellers, particularly the Precision Bass and Stratocaster as ‘The Strat’.   These instruments were built at Fender’s historic Fullerton, California plant under CBS management. Using the same basic construction and materials, the Fender Precision Bass Special starts with an Ash body and one piece Maple neck, here finished in Lake Placid Blue with matching headstock and “Fender Precision Special” decal. However, the gold plated hardware and gold metal thumb rest start to hint that there are differences.

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Price: $2,550.00 CAD
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Guild Bluegrass F47 Steel String Acoustic Natural, 1972

Guild Bluegrass F47 Steel String Acoustic Natural, 1972

Introduced in 1963, the Guild Bluegrass F47  model was aimed at the exploding folk and bluegrass boom. In 1966, production moved from Hoboken NJ to Westerly RI.  In 1972, the year this guitar was built, Guild’s President Alfred Dronge was killed in a plane crash and was succeeded by Leon Tell.  The Guild Bluegrass F47, here seen as a one-owner-since-new 1972 model, is based on what’s currently referred to as a ‘Grand Orchestra’ body shape, with solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides.

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Price: $2,400.00 CAD
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Furch Rainbow Grand Concert Rosewood, 2018

Furch Rainbow Grand Concert Rosewood, 2018

Here we have a nearly new Furch Rainbow Grand Concert with Alpine Spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back and sides, built during 2018 in Velké Němčice, south of Brno in the Czech Republic. The Furch Rainbow Grand Concert is a product of the Rainbow series, which allows customers to specify many elements of a guitar by stepping through a ‘guitar configurator’ applet.

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD
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Beard Road-O-Phonic Lap Steel Sunburst 2014

Beard Road-O-Phonic Lap Steel Sunburst 2014

The Beard Road-O-Phonic lap steel first appeared around 2006 and is designed and built in Hagerstown, Maryland at Paul Beard’s shop. The Road-O-Phonic has evolved over several versions and the second version seen here features a Maple body and neck with Flame Maple veneer for the top and back; the fingerboard is Ebony with a 23 inch scale length. The current version 3 uses a 25 inch scale length.

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Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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⚌Price Drop‼ Fender Eric Johnson Thinline Signature Stratocaster Vintage White

⚌Price Drop‼ Fender Eric Johnson Thinline Signature Stratocaster Vintage White

This model draws from the historic work of Roger Rossmeisl, a German luthier who was responsible for a number of Rickenbacker’s most popular semi-hollow models before Fender hired him away. One of his first designs became the 1969 Fender Telecaster Thinline. Grammy award winning and worldwide respected guitarist Eric Johnson knows a thing or two about tone. In 2015 Eric approached Fender about creating a light weight and resonant strat that would complement his playing style and provide his ideal liquid and articulate tone. Two years later a design that combined the tones of his favourite semi hollow bodies and his strat seemed to do the trick. That design became the Fender Eric Johnson Thinline Signature Stratocaster.

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Price: $1,999.00 CAD
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Taylor 214ce Plus Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar

Taylor 214ce Plus Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar

The Taylor 214ce Plus is an updated version of their excellent general purpose Grand Auditorium body shape. The narrow waist on this guitar makes it very comfortable to play particularly in a seated position where the guitar sits tighter to your body and doesn’t extend your strumming arm into a fatiguing position. The solid Sitka spruce top used on the Taylor 214ce Plus is paired with layered rosewood back and sides.

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Price: $1,599.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Florentine Korina, 1996

Gibson Les Paul Florentine Korina, 1996

Here is another rarity, a Gibson Les Paul Florentine Korina, Custom Shop built and with two features making it most unusual – the Korina top and the lack of F holes. This limited edition model, which later became the Les Paul ES, featured a heavily rooted Mahogany body and separate top, in this case Korina or Black Limba though many had heavily figured Maple tops. Most of the production had F holes, making sense given the nearly hollow body, but a few like this one have closed tops.

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Price: $4,750.00 CAD
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Gretsch Chet Atkins 6122 Country Gentleman Thinline Archtop Walnut, 1963

Gretsch Chet Atkins 6122 Country Gentleman Thinline Archtop Walnut, 1963

Here we’re looking at a Gretsch Chet Atkins 6122 Country Gentleman built during 1963, the same year as Harrison’s. This fine example is in very good condition, and is original except for the addition of a Gibson style, gold plated tune-o-matic bridge in place of the rocking bar bridge. The finish is worn on the neck where it’s been played – the frets are original and have expected wear – but the guitar has been well cared for and the finish is in overall good condition.

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Price: $6,500.00 CAD
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Boucher SG51 GM OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

Boucher SG51 GM OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

The Boucher SG51 GM is a beautiful sounding guitar with lovely visual appointments. This particular model has the added gold pack and master grade pack options on top of the base model SG-51. The base model is a hybrid OM sized guitar with Adirondack spruce and Indian rosewood sides and back. The Master grade pack adds a hand selected master grade Adirondack spruce top, Abalone rosette and koa body binding. The Gold pack edition includes a torrefied top and gold Gotoh open geared tuners.

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Price: $5,579.00 CAD
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⚌SPECIAL PRICE‼ Ibanez RGD3127 01 7 String Prestige Flat White Pearl, 2018

⚌SPECIAL PRICE‼  Ibanez RGD3127 01 7 String Prestige  Flat White Pearl, 2018

The Ibanez RGD3127 7 String Prestige has everything needed in a 7 string. It features the Wizard-75pc Maple/Wenge neck with KTS™ TITANIUM rods, a 26.5 (673mm) scale length Birdseye Maple fingerboard with 17 inch radius and black dots, Jumbo frets, and a nicely contoured and carved basswood body with a Flat White Pearl finish. For hardware, a Lo-Pro Edge 7 tremolo bridge with locking nut is factory installed, along with a pair of DiMarzio® Fusion Edge pickups. The tuners are Gotoh, non=locking models as that’s not required with the locking nut.

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Price: $1,999.00 CAD
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Larrivee OM03 Austrian Walnut Steel String Guitar

Larrivee OM03 Austrian Walnut Steel String Guitar

The Larrivee OM03 Austrian Walnut is a limited edition guitar from the recording series featuring an Austrian Walnut sides and back on the popular orchestra size body. Walnut as a tone wood tends to have a bright top end similar to Indian rosewood but with more midrange push. The combination of bright top end and more present midrange warmth puts this tone wood in between rosewood and mahogany.

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Price: $2,575.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton TDR Custom Sitka Top Dreadnought

Huss & Dalton TDR Custom Sitka Top Dreadnought

The Huss & Dalton TDR is, as the name breaks down, a Traditional Dreadnought design with Rosewood for the sides, back, and head plate. The Dreadnought design first appeared during 1916, built by C F Martin for the Oliver Ditson company. The design was not popular at the time but when Martin re-introduced it in 1931, times had changed. These models went on to great success and are now one of the handful of standard guitar body shapes, built by almost everyone and played by countless guitarists.

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Price: $5,900.00 CAD
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Fender Player Telecaster HH Tide Pool Blue

Fender Player Telecaster HH Tide Pool Blue

The Fender Player Telecaster HH is a meat and potatoes workhorse solid body electric guitar built to thrive at any gig! It features an alder body with a very comfortable back body contour. The maple neck has the modern C neck shape which is a good common ground for most players. The satin urethane finish on the back of the neck feels very smooth and your hand doesn’t stick as you move up and down the fretboard. The tonal core of the Fender Player Telecaster HH is the two Player Series Humbuckers.

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Price: $899.00 CAD
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Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-G OM Hybrid 14 Fret Guitar

Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-G OM Hybrid 14 Fret Guitar

The Boucher Studio Goose SG-21 uses the OM Hybrid, or Orchestra Model body shape modified to work better with fingerstyle playing. The very white, locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce top is paired with African Bubinga to provide clear, crisp tone and immediate response. The neck is Mahogany, and Ebony is used for the headplate, fingerboard and bridge.

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Price: $4,739.00 CAD
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Boucher SG51 OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

Boucher SG51 OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

The Boucher SG51 is a hybrid style OM guitar that melds simple yet elegant visuals with an inspiring rich balanced tone. Each AAAA Adirondack red spruce top on the Boucher SG51 guitars is handpicked by Robin Boucher for looks and tone. Red spruce has a high ceiling for tone production which means you can drive a lot of energy with a flat pick or your fingers to produce lots of volume and tone.

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Price: $3,979.00 CAD
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Fender American Professional Jaguar, Olympic White

Fender American Professional Jaguar, Olympic White

Originally released in 1962 the Fender Jaguar has a unique off kilter visual appeal which became a favourite for underground artist from the 70’s all the way up to modern day. The current version of the Fender American Professional Jaguar has been hot rodded for modern players with some updated new features.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Taylor 322ce 12 Fret Grand Concert Guitar Edgeburst

Taylor 322ce 12 Fret Grand Concert Guitar Edgeburst

The Taylor 322ce 12 fret is a very comfortable small bodied guitar with a dark and earthy vibe. This guitar features a Tropical mahogany top and Tasmanian Blackwood sides and back. Both wood sets have a darker complexion and the shaded edge burst finish along with the black pickguard and body binding really tie the whole package together. The Grand Concert body shape of the Taylor 322ce 12 fret is compact and comfortable but still produces a good amount of volume for a small guitar. The blackwood provides a meaty midrange with a little bit of treble sparkle and the mahogany top smooths out the overall tonal range with some natural compression.

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Price: $3,099.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ William Laskin Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 1987

⚌Reduced‼  William Laskin Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 1987

Here we have a very nice William Laskin Cedar Top and Indian Rosewood classical guitar, built during 1987 at Laskin’s shop in Toronto. One of the world’s premier guitar builders, William Laskin has been building since the early 1970s and early on, as is the case for many other now prominent builders, worked with Jean Larrivee. He is very well known for his spectacular engraved inlay work.

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Godin Montreal Premiere Supreme Thinline Flame Top Sunburst, 2013

⚌Reduced‼ Godin Montreal Premiere Supreme Thinline Flame Top Sunburst, 2013

Here’s a beauty – a Godin Montreal Premiere Supreme thinline archtop electric, with Flame Maple top and back and Trestle-style Spruce bracing. The Godin Montreal Premiere Supreme is a compact, thin body single cutaway archtop guitar.

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Price: $1,695.00 CAD
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National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic Guitar

National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic Guitar

The National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic guitar is patterned after the original instrument made in 1927 with a functional Art Deco industrial design. It is made of brass, highly polished and plated with either bright nickel plating or a custom Antique Brass treatment! The round, mahogany neck has an ivoroid bound ebony fingerboard. The headstock has the National logo inlayed in mother-of-pearl and vintage-style tuners! To create the National Style 1.5 Tricone, a touch of elegance is added to the Style 1, with hand-engraved double-cut lines encasing a wiggle stroke around the front, side, and back edges of the nickel-plated brass body!

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Price: $5,989.00 CAD
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Guild GSR X180 Archtop Electric Blonde, 2013

Guild GSR X180 Archtop Electric Blonde, 2013

Here’s a wonderful rarity and a natural blonde, a Guild GSR x180 archtop electric with a Spruce laminate top, dating to 2013. GSR stands for Guild Special Run, and this example is number 11 of 20 built. Originally, acoustic archtop guitars used solid, carved Spruce tops paired with solid, Maple for the sides and hand carved back. However, once pickups and amplifiers became more available and standard equipment, it was discovered that the tonal subtleties of the solid Spruce top could be overwhelmed by feedback.

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Price: $3,250.00 CAD
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Fender 70 Esquire Relic Blonde, 2008

Fender 70 Esquire Relic Blonde, 2008

Here is a rare Custom Shop Fender 70 Esquire Relic with Rosewood fingerboard in translucent blonde, and sporting an added Lollar neck pickup. This model was built in a run of 20 examples during 2008. The Fender Esquire was the first Electric Spanish style guitar to appear in a Fender catalog (all the others were Hawaiian or steel guitars), making its debut in the spring of 1950. This single pickup model didn’t have an adjustable truss rod, but by the fall of 1950, the two-pickup Broadcaster appeared and adjustable truss rods were standard for all the necks.

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Price: $4,500.00 CAD
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Eastman E20P SB Parlor Guitar Sunburst

Eastman E20P SB Parlor Guitar Sunburst

The Eastman E20P SB is the sunburst finish version of a Parlor guitar – close to the ‘Single O’ body size dating to the end of the 19th century. As with many other models from this builder, the Eastman E20P uses all solid wood construction. The top is Adirondack Spruce, while the sides and back are Indian Rosewood. The body blocks and slotted-peghead 14 fret neck are Mahogany, with Ebony used for the pyramid style bridge and unbound fingerboard.

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Price: $1,899.00 CAD
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Collings OM1ESS Steel String Guitar Natural, 2019

Collings OM1ESS Steel String Guitar Natural, 2019

The Collings OM1ESS is based on the traditional OM – Orchestra Model body design, but with an Engelmann Spruce top and a 24.9 inch (632mm) scale length. The OM body has been favored by performing fingerstylists since its introduction by Martin in 1930 as a 14-fret adaptation of the 12-fret OOO models. Collings builds some of the finest instruments available, and this Collings OM1ESS, built during 2019 in Austin Texas is an excellent example of their work.

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Price: $4,999.99 CAD
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Gibson SG Supreme Fireburst, 2002

Gibson SG Supreme Fireburst, 2002

The Gibson SG Supreme was built from 1999 to 2009 and features a figured Maple cap on a Mahogany slab body, paired with a Mahogany neck and bound Richlite fingerboard. At first, the SG Supreme was equipped with a pair of P-90 pickups, but these were phased out in favour of Humbuckers over the year 2000 and into 2001. In 2002, the ‘Fireburst’ finish seen here started rising from the tail of the guitar, rather than the traditional burst with dark edges and lighter center.

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Price: $3,799.00 CAD
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Taylor 414ce R Grand Auditorium Guitar Rosewood

Taylor 414ce R Grand Auditorium Guitar Rosewood

The Taylor 414ce R is built around the popular Grand Auditorium shape which has delighted players with an array of sonic possibilities. This body shape handles everything from light fingerstyle to heavier strumming and flatpicking. The classic wood pairing of Sitka spruce and Indian rosewood used on the Taylor 414ce R provides a complex yet balanced sound.

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Price: $3,549.00 CAD
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National NRP Raw Brass Resophonic Guitar

National NRP Raw Brass Resophonic Guitar

New for 2020, the National NRP Raw Brass 12 Fret sports a new lightly ‘distressed’ finish and still delivers the warm, rich unmistakable National sound. Also available in a 14-fret model and Raw Steel finish.  The National NRP Raw Brass Resophonic guitar is built like other NRP models with steel bodies and single 9.5 inch resonator cone, but is visually distinct with its retro ‘Chickenfoot’ style cover plate and new finish. This finish can ‘work’ a bit better than the highly polished and reflective surface on the more expensive models, meaning that it won’t show smudges as easily.

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Price: $3,149.00 CAD
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Martin 00-15M Guitar Steel String Guitar Satin

Martin 00-15M Guitar Steel String Guitar Satin

The C.F. Martin 00-15M model continues the Martin tradition with a 00-14 fret body size, solid all-mahogany construction and a rich satin finish.   The Martin 00 body design dates back to 1898 and has been used continually since then. The Martin 00-15M model was introduced in 2009, but Martin has built many mahogany topped guitars in the past, including the 000-18M. Martin’s 15 Series delivers elegant simplicity –  a high quality but simply appointed instrument at an affordable price. 

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Price: $1,819.00 CAD
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🚩 On Sale! Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid Parallel Universe Limited Edition Sunburst

🚩 On Sale! Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid Parallel Universe Limited Edition Sunburst

The Fender Strat-Tele Hybrid was the first instrument from the new limited edition Parallel Universe collection, melding together the best parts of two or more guitars.  This great guitar uses a slightly modified Ash Telecaster body – adding comfort conours – and adds a Strat type Maple neck, and Strat type hardware.

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Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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Eastman E10 OOSS Steel String Guitar Sunburst

Eastman E10 OOSS Steel String Guitar Sunburst

The Eastman E10 OOSS is a modern version of a classic – the OO body shape with an Adirondack Spruce top and Mahogany back, sides and neck with Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. This design comes from the 1898 Martin OO18, which was built until 1995, and again since 2006 with a few variations. The OO body is a bit larger and louder than the ‘Parlor Guitar’ size, and closer to the volume of a classical guitar body. These are known as being tonally very well balanced, with good clarity and separation between notes. They make excellent fingerstyle guitars.

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Price: $1,640.00 CAD
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Eastman E10 OOSSV Steel String Guitar Antique Varnish

Eastman E10 OOSSV Steel String Guitar Antique Varnish

The Eastman E10 OOSSV has a big sound for a small body and super cool vintage vibe with its antique varnish finish. This body shape is very compact and comfortable with its curvy waist and 14 ¾” lower bout. It sits tight to the body when in a seated position and your strumming arm remains at a very comfortable angle which will allow you to enjoy this guitar for hours of play time. Tonal production on the Eastman E10 OOSSV is provided by the lovely wood pairing of Adirondack spruce and mahogany along with the hand carved scalloped x braces on the top. Adirondack spruce has loads of clarity and a high ceiling of volume.

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Price: $1,849.00 CAD
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Eastman E10D Mahogany Dreadnought

Eastman E10D Mahogany Dreadnought

The Eastman E10D follows a traditional dreadnought design featuring an Adirondack spruce top paired with mahogany fir the sides, back and neck. Based on the classic square shoulder dreadnoughts introduced to the mass market in the early 1930s and still the basis of many guitar lines, the Eastman E10D gets pretty much everything right. The Adirondack Spruce top produces a full, rich tone that holds up well when played hard, as might frequently happen in a bluegrass context. There’s plenty of bottom, shimmering top end and everything in between.

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Price: $1,725.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Lowden F25 Steel String Guitar Natural, 2000

⚌Reduced‼  Lowden F25 Steel String Guitar Natural, 2000

Here’s a lovely Lowden F25 with Cedar and Indian Rosewood built during 2000 at the current Lowden Guitars work shop in Newtownards, Northern Ireland.  The F25 is part of Lowden’s Original Series.  Lowden Guitars began in 1974 with George Lowden reaching the decision to build professionally. Opening a shop in Groomsport, County Down, Northern Ireland. Orders grew and in 1980 his Swiss distributors sparked a five-year contract to have Lowden guitars built under license by dedicated workers at S.Yairi in Japan as a way of making these models more available.

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Price: $3,350.00 CAD
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Eastman AC122 Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

Eastman AC122 Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

Now discontinued in favor of a cutaway version with pickups, the Eastman AC122 is a versatile player’s guitar at an affordable price point.  Though we can’t resupply this particular model, we have a small number left in stock.  The Grand Auditorium style body shape works well for both fingerstyle and strumming. A curvy waist allows the guitar to sit closer to the body when seated and helps to reduce strumming arm fatigue. The warm and dynamic tone is created from the pairing of the solid Sitka spruce top and solid Sapele sides and back.

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Price: $775.00 CAD
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Jerry Jones Neptune Shorthorn Bass 4 Copper, 2006

Jerry Jones Neptune Shorthorn Bass 4 Copper, 2006

The Jerry Jones Neptune Shorthorn Bass 4 draws from a classic American design by Danelectro, and was built in Nashville from 1981 to 2011. At that point, Jones retired and liquidated his shop. Danelectro was operated from 1946 to 1969 by Nathan Daniel and from 1966 to its close was owned by the MCA record company. Specializing in mass produced, low cost but decent quality instruments and amplifiers, Danelectos were largely available through catalog stores like Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Ward but often under other names including the Sears brand Silvertone.

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Price: $1,450.00 CAD
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Fender Player Precision Bass Maple Neck Black

Fender Player Precision Bass Maple Neck Black

Here we have the Fender Player Precision Bass – a straight ahead continuation of the classic, ultra versatile, durable and reliable solidbody bass that started it all.  The Fender Precision bass, introduced in 1951, has become the most recorded bass and has been used on countless shows, sessions, and recordings in virtually all genres.  Built at Fender’s plant in Ensenada, Mexico and  following the original materials choice with an Alder body and Maple neck with rear-mounted truss rod and Walnut ‘Skunk Stripe’, the Fender Player Precision Bass offers a great quality bass at an affordable price.

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Price: $979.99 CAD
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Waterloo WLSTR Sunburst by Collings

Waterloo WLSTR Sunburst by Collings

Here we have a Waterloo WLSTR! Based on vintage Stella models, the WL STR adds an adjustable truss rod to the base WLS model. The L in the model name indicates that this is ladder braced, not X braced. The Waterloo WLSTR pairs a solid Spruce top with solid Cherry for the back and sides.  Mahogany is used for the body blocks and neck,  with Indian Rosewood for the 12-fret fingerboard and the head plate for the slotted peghead. 

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Price: $3,140.00 CAD
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Collings 002H 14 Fret Steel String Guitar

Collings 002H 14 Fret Steel String Guitar

The Collings 002H 14 Fret delivers one of the finest medium-body guitar experiences available, pairing Sitka Spruce with Indian Rosewood for a detailed, rich tone. Collings guitars exhibit a consistently high level of build and finish quality. In the world of production guitars, it’s hard to think of anything better built, and that can be extended to custom guitar builds as well. These guitars are pretty much as good as it gets.e.

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Price: $5,815.00 CAD
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Ibanez SR Mezzo SRMD200 Bass Candy Apple Matte

Ibanez SR Mezzo SRMD200 Bass Candy Apple Matte

The Ibanez SR Mezzo offers a combination of jazz and precision style pickups, a widely used configuration, covering loads of sonic possibilities.  The pickups used are passive Ibanez Dynamix models.  Their tone is enhanced by the built in two-band active tone circuit, powered by one standard 9-volt battery,  accessed through a standard battery box on the instrument rear. 

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Price: $469.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Sergei De Jonge 7 String Classical Guitar Left Handed, 2013

⚌Reduced‼ Sergei De Jonge 7 String Classical Guitar Left Handed, 2013

Built at the De Jonge shop in Chelsea, Quebec during 2013, this Sergei De Jonge 7-string cutaway fine instrument is in exceptional condition with very little wear. It features a cutaway body with spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back, sides, bridge and headplate, and an ebony fingerboard on a mahogany neck. The original TKL tweed case is included, and a Small Dog insulated case cover is available for $189. CITIES documentation is included in the case.

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Price: $7,000.00 CAD
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Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Blue 2018

Fender Player Jaguar Bass Tidepool Blue 2018

Here’s a cool new bass from Fender’s Player Series – the Fender Player Jaguar Bass. It’s built in Corona, Mexico and is affordably priced new take on a P-J bass with an offset body!
This new design starts with proven principles that deliver reliability and tonal versatility. A one-piece Maple neck is paired with an offset Alder body, and a P-J pickup set – that’s a Precision Bass style pickup, with a Jazz Bass bridge pickup with individual volume and master tone controls- handles the electronics. A fully adjustable Fender bridge and open-gear tuners complete the hardware.

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Price: $979.99 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1970

Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1970

Built from 1969 to 1985, the Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop was a renaming of the Les Paul Standard, but used the original P-90 body route and a pair of mini-humbuckers mounted in modified P-90 covers. This allowed for a low cost refresh of the model, co-incidentally using up parts Gibson had on hand. Initially introduced in 1952, the Gibson Les Paul carried the GoldTop finish, a pair of P-90s, and a trapeze tailpiece.

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Price: $6,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Carvin SH550 Thinline Electric Guitar, 2003

⚌Reduced‼  Carvin SH550 Thinline Electric Guitar, 2003

The Carvin SH550 thinline archtop electric is still available from the successor to Carvin – Kiesel Guitars, run by descendants of Lowell Kiesel, founder of Carvin. Based on a carved Flame Maple top on a chambered Mahogany back with Mahogany neck and Indian Rosewood fingerboard, this is a very nice guitar aimed towards jazz players. This Carvin SH550 dates to around 2003 based on the owner’s recollection. Precise dating information is not available.

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Price: $1,750.00 CAD
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Reverend Spacehawk Reeves Gabrels Signature Metallic Alpine, 2017

Reverend Spacehawk Reeves Gabrels Signature Metallic Alpine, 2017

The Reverend Spacehawk is a sealed, semi-hollow signature model for Reeves Gabrels, known for his work with The Cure, Tin Machine and David Bowie. Built with a Maple top on a hollowed Korina back and Korina set neck with Ebony fingerboard, the Reverend Spacehawk makes a visually bold statement.

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Price: $1,200.00 CAD
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Taylor K24ce Koa Body Steel String Guitar

Taylor K24ce Koa Body Steel String Guitar

The Taylor K24ce is awe inspiring instrument from its striking visuals to its clear and focused voice! One of the first guitars to be voiced with the new V class bracing system, it features stunning sets of Hawaiian Koa on the top, sides and back. This tropical hardwood is harvested on the big island of Hawaii and has a clear and solid note fundamental with warm and complex overtones that increase over time as the guitar is played.

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Price: $6,999.99 CAD
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Warwick Star Bass II Bubinga 4, 2008

Warwick Star Bass II Bubinga 4, 2008

The Warwick Star Bass II Bubinga 4 is a top quality, thinline bass with passive electronics, here in fretted form but also available as fretless. Introduced in 2008, this model is derived from the Framus Star Bass. The thinline construction concept is very familiar on guitars, but less so on basses. Though there can be a risk of feedback at higher volumes, the somewhat ’rounder’ attack and decay profiles evokes the tone of an acoustic bass.

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Price: $3,700.00 CAD
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PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature Model Black, 2015

PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature Model Black, 2015

Here’s a PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature model, dating to 2015 and in exceptionally good, clean condition; the original pickups are in the case and PRS 59/09 models installed. Based on the classic PRS Single cut design, the PRS Tremonti HardTail Signature features a carved Maple cap on a solid Mahogany slab body, paired with a Mahogany neck and Indian Rosewood fingerboard. The characteristic PRS bird inlays are executed in Mother of Pearl and Abalone.

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Price: $3,499.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Neil Hebert Classical Guitar Brazilian Rosewood, 1986

⚌Reduced‼  Neil Hebert Classical Guitar Brazilian Rosewood, 1986

Here is a rarity, a Neil Hebert classical guitar built in Montreal during 1986, with Cedar top and Brazilian Rosewood for the back, sides and headplate.  Neil Hebert retired some years ago, and was a highly respected builder while active. Unfortunately there isn’t a lot of information available about him, though he does get a mention in the Canadian Encyclopedia under ‘Guitar’.

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Price: $4,500.00 CAD
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Fender American Professional Jazzmaster Mystic Seafoam

Fender American Professional Jazzmaster Mystic Seafoam

The Fender American Professional Jazzmaster in Mystic Seafoam is part of Fender’s modernization of many of its top end models. Originally introduced in 1958 and marketed towards Jazz guitars the Jazz master quickly became popular with surf rock guitars of the 60’s. It later caught on with all types of players that liked its unique appearance and fat sound.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Martin D-45 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

Martin D-45 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

The Martin D-45 has been the top of the line in the Martin Guitar Company’s line of regular production instruments since its initial introduction in 1933, and its re-introduction in 1968.

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Price: $12,599.00 CAD
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Taylor 362ce 12 String Guitar Shaded Edge Burst

Taylor 362ce 12 String Guitar Shaded Edge Burst

Traditionally, many players may have shied away from a 12 string guitar due to their large size but the Taylor 362ce 12 string now provides a beautiful compact alternative. The grand concert body used on the Taylor 362ce is one of most compact that Taylor produces. Its curvy waist and smaller lower bout really let this guitar sit in your lap comfortably and it reduces fatigue on your strumming arm.

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Price: $3,499.00 CAD
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Larrivee L03 Recording Series Natural

Larrivee L03 Recording Series Natural

Part of their recording series, the Larrivee L03 is an American made instrument with excellent craftsmanship, tone and value. Back in the early seventies a young Jean-Claude Larrivee created the L body shape which has become a staple of the Larrivee guitar line. This body shape is similar to a classical body shape and features a Symmetrical Parabolic X-Bracing pattern.

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Price: $1,829.00 CAD
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Fender Jazz Bass Burgundy Refinish, 1962

Fender Jazz Bass Burgundy Refinish, 1962

Here we have a Fender Jazz Bass dating to 7 May 1962 with a Burgundy refinish replacing the original Sunburst. This is a fairly rare Rosewood Slab Board model, indicating a type of neck built in Fullerton, California until mid 1962. The Fender Jazz Bass was introduced in 1960, aimed at the Jazz bass players who had not adopted the Precision Bass or who wanted a thinner neck and more focused tone. The Offset Body that debuted on the 1958 Jazzmaster was used for the Jazz Bass body.

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Price: $9,999.99 CAD
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Taylor 517e Builder’s Edition Wild Honey Burst

Taylor 517e Builder's Edition Wild Honey Burst

The Taylor 517e Builder’s Edition uses of the company’s newest body shapes, the Grand Pacific. This is a round shoulder dreadnought design, paired with Taylor’s new V class bracing system. This marks a new sound for Taylor guitars inspired by classic acoustic guitar recordings and the sonic improvements of their V class bracing. The tone is warm with powerful clear bass and round full notes that smoothly blend together to create a unified harmonic voice.

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Price: $4,199.00 CAD
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Fender Jazz Bass Natural, 1973

Fender Jazz Bass Natural, 1973

The Fender Jazz Bass made its appearance in 1960 as Fender’s second major bass design after the two versions of the Precision Bass.  Targeted towards the Jazz players still using acoustic instruments, the Jazz Bass offered a punchy, focused tone and a narrow fast fingerboard. Offered with either a Maple or Rosewood fingerboard, this instrument was built until 1981 when it was replaced by the Standard Jazz Bass. The Fender Jazz Bass uses the same proven and highly reliable design concept as other Fender instruments – a Maple neck bolted to an Ash or Alder body.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Fender Mustang Faded Mocha, 1975

❌SOLD❌  Fender Mustang Faded Mocha, 1975

The Fender Mustang appeared in late summer 1964 as an improved version of the Duo-Sonic, meaning that it had the Fender Dynamic Vibrato added. It came in three colours, for the US Flag – Red, White and Blue. As time went on, more colours became available. Though it was intended as a ‘Student’ level guitar, it found favour with a number of hot players, including the late great Johnny Winter, Adrian Belew, David Byrne and Kurt Cobain.

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Price: $1,500.00 CAD
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Martin 000 18 Steel String Acoustic Guitar Natural

Martin 000 18 Steel String Acoustic Guitar Natural

This new redesigned ’18’ models with pre-war features included, including this C. F. Martin 000-18. The 000 18 is one of Martin’s most successful models after its Dreadnought line, and delivers a full, evenly balanced tone ideal for fingerstyle players.

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Price: $3,499.00 CAD
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Gibson Flying V 2017 T Ebony NOS

Gibson Flying V 2017 T Ebony NOS

Originally released in 1958 the Flying V introduced a radical and futuristic body shape which became an iconic staple of rock and roll and heavy metal! The Gibson Flying V 2017 T pays tribute to design features that became common place through the 70’s while using alternate woods such as Grenadillo for the fretboard. The Gibson Flying V 2017 T uses a large double wing mahogany body attached to a slim taper mahogany neck, which is very fast playing with the ultimate access to the upper frets due to the body design. There is really no body mass getting in the way of your hand when reaching for the highest notes.

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Price: $1,799.00 CAD
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Ibanez RGR5221 Prestige Transparent Fluorescent Orange

Ibanez RGR5221 Prestige Transparent Fluorescent Orange

Not for the faint of heart or players standing in the shadows the Ibanez RGR5221 Prestige screams for you to pay attention! This offering from the RG Prestige line is made in Japan and sports an eye popping transparent fluorescent orange finish. Loaded with features aimed at rock and metal players this double cutaway guitar is ready to rule the stage.

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Price: $2,849.00 CAD
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Eastman PCH3 GACE Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

Eastman PCH3 GACE Grand Auditorium Steel String Guitar

The grand auditorium body used on the Eastman PCH3 GACE is comfortable and versatile, and takes cues from another very popular brand;  until recently, many guitars were based on classic Martin and Gibson designs.   It performs well for both fingerstyle and strumming and the solid Sitka spruce top has good dynamics and clarity.

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Price: $605.00 CAD
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Taylor 512ce Cedar Top Grand Concert Steel String

Taylor 512ce Cedar Top Grand Concert Steel String

The Taylor 512ce is a dream guitar for the fingerstyle player. The small grand concert body shape provides a very compact and comfortable playing experience and requires less energy to get the top moving. This allows players with a light touch to get a full sound from a smaller body. The Western Red Cedar top of the Taylor 512ce has lovely touch sensitivity and a warm midrange.  Red Cedar is used extensively on higher end classical guitars, as its voice develops faster than Spruce and is very responsive.

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Price: $3,899.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ226PB Premium Cerulean Blue Burst

Ibanez AZ226PB Premium Cerulean Blue Burst

The AZ line of guitars from Ibanez is all about high performance machines with a perfect balance of classic and modern style and packed to the nines with features. The Ibanez AZ226PB Premium adds another high quality guitar to the lineup. The premium series from Ibanez has the same features as the Prestige line but they are manufactured in Indonesia to offer them at a lower cost. These guitars are very impressive and the quality is very close to the ones made in Japan at the Fuji-Gen plant.

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Price: $1,799.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ William Laskin 7 String Acoustic Guitar, 1992

⚌Reduced‼ William Laskin 7 String Acoustic Guitar, 1992

William Laskin is very well known for the creativity and quality of his inlay work. Here, a stag or buck – a male deer with antlers is depicted between frets 11 and 18, in a mixture of engraved woods and, it appears, ivory for the antlers. This guitar is old enough that small amounts of ivory were still used, and here appears in the nut, saddle, sliding nut components, and the inlaid antlers.

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Price: $8,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Beltona T105 Tricone Round Neck Guitar Nickel, 1994

⚌Reduced‼ Beltona T105 Tricone Round Neck Guitar Nickel, 1994

The Beltona T105 Tricone was one of the early products of Beltona, founded in the UK by Steve Evans and Bill Johnson in 1990. Respectively a luthier and engineer, Evans and Johnson first sought to build instruments for themselves that were, at the time, not readily available in the UK. In 1998, Beltona moved to New Zealand,

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Price: $2,750.00 CAD
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Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Maple Neck Sunburst

Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Maple Neck Sunburst

The Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster maple is a beautiful guitar from Fenders signature series. Texas guitar virtuoso Eric Johnson is well known for his incredible playing and meticulous nature when crafting his tone. To that end this signature guitar has been created with all of his personal specifications. Eric is very fond of 1957 Stratocaster features and this guitar has a number of them.

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Price: $2,549.00 CAD
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Eastman T486B Thinline Archtop Electric Vintage Red

Eastman T486B Thinline Archtop Electric Vintage Red

The Eastman T486B Thinline is an excellent take on the classic semi-hollow design introduced by Ted McCarty, president of Gibson, with the 1958 ES-335. Like most other versions of this design, the Eastman T486B uses pressed Maple Laminate for the top, back and sides, with a Maple block running down the center of the body. The top has a pair of F holes, and here they are bound. On the Eastman, the neck is Maple with a bound Ebony fingerboard sporting Split Block Parallelogram inlays (similar to an ES-345).

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Price: $1,725.00 CAD
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Journey Solid Cedar / Pau Ferro Classical Travel Guitar

Journey Solid Cedar / Pau Ferro Classical Travel Guitar

The Journey Solid Cedar / Pau Ferro Classical Travel Guitar OC520 is an amazing collapsible acoustic classical travel guitar with solid cedar top and pau ferro layered back and sides, and features a sound port in the upper bout. It’s super ergonomic with the thicker Manzer© wedge and a smaller parlor sized body.

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Art & Lutherie Legacy 12 CW QIT Bourbon Burst 12 String Guitar

Art & Lutherie Legacy 12 CW QIT Bourbon Burst 12 String Guitar

The Art Lutherie Legacy 12 CW QIT is a well built but inexpensive 12 string guitar with stock pickup, preamp and tuner, Made in Canada with 95% Canadian sourced woods – excepting the Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard and bridge. Art and Lutherie is one of the Godin brands and these instruments are built in Princeville, Québec, south of the St. Lawrence River.   

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Price: $629.00 CAD
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Journey Travel Guitar In Solid Sitka and Mahogany

Journey Travel Guitar In Solid Sitka and Mahogany

The Journey Travel Guitar in solid Sitka and Mahogany (OF410) – overhead collapsible acoustic travel guitar – features a solid sitka top with layered African mahogany sides/back and collapses to carry-on size!  It assembles in 20 seconds with the patented detachable neck system that’s guaranteed for life. A full 24.5 inch scale, a versatile 1 3/4 nut width best-in-class components, and a wedged ergonomic design make this the most enjoyable guitar you’ll ever play!

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Collings OM2H ESS Orchestra Model Short Scale Acoustic, 2020

Collings OM2H ESS Orchestra Model Short Scale Acoustic, 2020

Here is a brand spankin’ new Collings OM2H ESS – an Orchestra Model with Engelmann Spruce top, 24.875 inch Short Scale guitar. Based on the classic Orchestra Model design developed at the end of the 1920s and in the Martin catalog for 1930, the Collings OM2H ESS is pretty much as good as it gets. Collings quality is consistently very high, from wood selection to nitrocellulose lacquer finish, setup and everything in between. These are some of the finest instruments available anywhere.

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Price: $6,985.00 CAD
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Eastman E8OM Steel String Guitar, Natural

Eastman E8OM Steel String Guitar, Natural

The Eastman E8OM features all solid wood construction and a gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish. The top, with Herringbone purfling, is Sitka Spruce, the sides, back and headplate Indian Rosewood. The body blocks and dovetail-joint neck are Mahogany, with Ebony for the fingerboard and bridge. Unusually, the fingerboard also appears to have a light coat of clear lacquer.   The inlays are subtle, small snowflakes in Abalone.  The example seen here is strictly acoustic, but it is available with an L R Baggs pickup system. 

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Price: $1,495.00 CAD
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Taylor 614ce Builder’s Edition Silent Satin Wild Honey Burst

Taylor 614ce Builder's Edition Silent Satin Wild Honey Burst

The Taylor 614ce Builder’s Edition  is designed to elevate the acoustic playing experience by providing a luxurious feel and tone. Based around the new V class bracing, the Taylor 614ce Builder’s Edition features a torrefied Sitka spruce top and maple sides and back. The process of roasting the Sitka spruce decreases dampening, which in turn delivers a more played in feel and increased touch sensitivity.

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Price: $5,599.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton TOM R Custom Adirondack Top Guitar, 2020

Huss & Dalton TOM R Custom Adirondack Top Guitar, 2020

Here’s a brand new Huss & Dalton TOM R Custom traditional OM style guitar, with a custom thermo-cured Adirondack Red Spruce top.   This wonderful guitar reflects all the features and quality of Huss & Dalton instruments. Based on the Traditional Orchestra Model or OM design that dates to the late 1920s and using Rosewood for the sides and back, this TOM R Custom also sports a ‘Thermo-Cured’ Adirondack Red Spruce top with Herringbone purfling and a vintage-amber tint.   

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Price: $5,373.00 USD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Elite Sienna Sunburst, 1983

⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Elite Sienna Sunburst, 1983

Here’s a fairly rare sighting– from 1983, an original condition Fender Stratocaster Elite in Sienna sunburst. This model was built only in 1983 and 1984, and introduced a number of new features and hardware pieces. Most visible of the 1983 Fender Stratocaster Elite updates are the short-lived FreeFlyte knife-edge trem, and the pushbutton pickup selectors. New pickups were installed, and the output jack went on the side – in this case, a standard barrel jack.

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Price: $1,995.00 CAD
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Schecter E1 SLS Elite Through-Neck Electric Black Fade Burst

Schecter E1 SLS Elite Through-Neck Electric Black Fade Burst

The Schecter E1 SLS Elite is Schecter Guitar Research’s take on the outrageous but instantly recognisable Gibson Explorer style body shape, with some influences from the Ibanez Iceman in the mix. This guitar shape basically screams rock and roll! Their version makes some subtle aesthetic changes to the silhouette but the major differences are in the feature sets and ergonomics. The body is made of swamp ash which is generally a fairly light weight wood. That is important for maintaining a comfortable playing weight with a guitar as large as this.

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Price: $1,899.00 CAD
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Taylor 317 Grand Pacific Slope Shoulder Dreadnought

Taylor 317 Grand Pacific Slope Shoulder Dreadnought

The new Taylor 317 uses one of the newest body shapes from Taylor guitars, the Grand Pacific. It is a round shoulder dreadnought design, paired with Taylor’s new V class bracing system. This marks a new sound for Taylor guitars inspired by classic acoustic guitar sounds and coupled with the sonic improvements of their V class bracing. The tone is warm with powerful clear bass and round full notes that smoothly blend together to create a unified harmonic voice. These guitars can work exceptionally well as accompaniment to a voice

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Price: $2,499.00 CAD
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Dobro Model 66S Squareneck OMI Sandblast Sunburst, 1975

Dobro Model 66S Squareneck OMI Sandblast Sunburst, 1975

Here we’re looking at an unusual guitar, the Dobro Model 66s, a wood bodied, single cone resophonic guitar with round sound holes and square neck. Its unique feature is the finish. The guitar was first given a standard Sunburst, then many extra coats of a tinted lacquer, and then that was sandblasted into a ‘French Scroll’ design. This Dobro Model 66s example dates to 1975 and was built at Huntington Beach, California.

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Price: $1,850.00 CAD
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Gibson R8 Les Paul Tom Murphy Aged Sunburst, 2002

Gibson R8 Les Paul Tom Murphy Aged Sunburst, 2002

The Gibson R8 reproduces the famed 1958 Les Paul Standard model, the first in the line to include both a sunburst finish and the then-new PAF humbucker pickups. Launched in 1952, the Gibson Les Paul model put a carved Maple cap on a Mahogany slab, and paired that with a Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard and a gold-top finish. The Les Paul custom soon followed, but without the Maple cap – the body was all Mahogany, including the carved top – and with an Ebony fingerboard and Black finish. For 1958, the Les Paul Standard appeared, using the same Maple and Mahogany construction but with a Sunburst finish.

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Price: $7,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Charvel Dinky DK24 HH 2PT Black, 2019

⚌Reduced‼  Charvel Dinky DK24 HH 2PT Black, 2019

This Charvel Dinky DK24 features an Alder body, caramelized or ‘roasted’ Maple 24-fret neck,  and Duncan pickups – a Full Shred in the bridge position and 59 at the neck.     The tuners are the original Charvel branded models;  the owner had installed a set of staggered-post tuners, and then re-installed the originals.   This guitar has a great setup and plays extremely well.    

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Price: $975.00 CAD $1,100.00 CAD
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Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker

Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker

The current Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker maintains its heritage while adding a few new modern features. The new Deep C neck profile of the Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe adds more mass and an altered geometry that provides a smooth and natural feel that works equally well for chords and single note lines.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Taylor 712ce 12 Fret Grand Concert Steel String Guitar

Taylor 712ce 12 Fret Grand Concert Steel String Guitar

Made in El Cajon California, the Taylor 712ce 12 fret is a beautifully compact and comfortable guitar packed with tone enhancing features. The Grand Concert body size is one of Taylor’s smaller body shapes which is very easy to handle but produces a lot of volume and tone for its size. The Taylor 712ce’s 12th fret neck joint shifts the bridge further down the lower bout of the guitar, enhancing midrange and a warmer played-in type of sound. The new V class bracing pattern designed by master luthier Andy Powers helps to boost the overall volume and sustain on this model.

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Price: $4,199.00 CAD
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Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlor Bourbon Burst

Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlor Bourbon Burst

One look at the small bodied Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlor guitar evokes images of the train hopping or hitch hiking musicians searching for their next stage to play on.  Today this amazingly portable parlor model makes for the perfect cottage, campfire or perhaps just crash on your couch guitar. It has a solid spruce top which aids in the tone production and has a nice balance of warmth and top end sparkle.

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Price: $529.00 CAD
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Republic Tricone Style 200 Resophonic Guitar, 2017

Republic Tricone Style 200 Resophonic Guitar, 2017

The Republic Tricone Style 200 is a reproduction of the original 1920s National tricone, built as the guitarist’s entry into the volume wars. At the time, acoustic guitars couldn’t be heard over the banjos and woodwinds common in musical groups.

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Price: $1,149.00 CAD
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Taylor 814ce Brazilian Rosewood Grand Auditorium Guitar, 2015

Taylor 814ce Brazilian Rosewood Grand Auditorium Guitar, 2015

This Taylor 814ce with Brazilian Rosewood from late 2015. , Brazilian Rosewood was regarded as the ultimate material for guitar bodies, delivering a warm, richly complex overtone structure with plenty of power. Eventually, overharvesting led to embargoes. It’s now rare to see any new guitars built with Brazilian Rosewood, due to heavy restrictions resulting from necessary conservation efforts.

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Price: $4,500.00 CAD
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Ibanez RG421 03 Superstrat Mahogany Oil

Ibanez RG421 03 Superstrat Mahogany Oil

The Ibanez RG421 03 model is a familiar looking guitar commonly referred to as a “Superstrat”. This name comes from their appearance, similar to the Fender Stratocaster, but with features extending function beyond Fender’s stock models. This model from Ibanez sharpens its lines to give it a more modern appearance, and unlike many ‘Superstrat’ versions uses a fixed or ‘Hard Tail’ bridge rather than a trem or vibrato. The Ibanez RG421 is a simple looking well thought out guitar.

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Price: $499.99 CAD
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Martin 000 13E Road Series Steel String Guitar

Martin 000 13E Road Series Steel String Guitar

Here is a new Martin 000 13E Road Series Steel String Guitar, which not only uses a number of sustainable, non-traditional woods, but is also built at Martin’s plant in Navojoa, Sonora Mexico. The Martin Road Series is aimed to be a solid player’s guitar loaded with classic Martin DNA at an affordable price point. The Martin 000 13E is an auditorium sized guitar with a shorter scale length compared to the OM models. This OOO body shape is very comfortable for many players as it features a smaller lower bout and curvy waist. The auditorium body size works really well for fingerstyle playing and light to medium strumming.

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Price: $1,599.00 CAD
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Boucher HG54 M Heritage Goose Parlor 12 Fret Guitar

Boucher HG54 M Heritage Goose Parlor 12 Fret Guitar

Here is a lovely Boucher HG54 M Heritage Goose Parlor 12 Fret Guitar, built with a Torrefied Adirondack Spruce top and Indian Rosewood for the back and sides. Once a dominant guitar design, the Parlor style guitar’s popularity faded along with the banjo and the introduction of Jumbo or Dreadnought body sizes in the early 1930’s. Parlor guitars tend not to be particularly loud, but do offer even, rich tone. As more players become interested in solo finger styles, the Parlor design is becoming more attractive again and builders are offering high-quality takes, such as the Boucher HG54 M.

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Price: $5,549.00 CAD
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Charvel ProMod DK24 HSS 2PT CM Ash Satin Red

Charvel ProMod DK24 HSS 2PT CM Ash Satin Red

The Charvel ProMod DK24 HSS 2PT CM Ash from the DK24 platform adds an ash body and satin red finish to provide elegant looks and crushing tone! Smooth playability is a key element on these super strat style guitars and the rolled fingerboard edges, sculpted shredders heel cut and satin hand rubbed urethane finish will have you flying up and down the neck.

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Price: $1,549.00 CAD
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Fender American Professional Telecaster Maple Neck

Fender American Professional Telecaster Maple Neck

The Fender American Professional Telecaster is based on one of the most recognized and successful electric guitars in history. Originally designed in late 1951, Leo Fender aimed to make musician’s lives better by producing an instrument that was versatile and durable. While the design of the Fender American Professional Telecaster is largely the same as the original, Fender wasn’t content to rest on their laurels.

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Price: $1,899.00 CAD
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Alhambra Z-Nature Classical Guitar

Alhambra Z-Nature Classical Guitar

The Alhambra Model Z-Nature Classical Guitar features a Solid Red Cedar top, with Mahogany for the sides, back and neck. The fingerboard is Indian Rosewood. The body is bound only on the top edge, and good quality nickel plated tuning machines are installed. A hard-shell case is included.

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SS Stewart Model 4024 Archtop Guitar Sunburst, 1930s

SS Stewart Model 4024 Archtop Guitar Sunburst, 1930s

Here’s a lovely piece – from the early 1930’s, an SS Stewart Model 4024 archtop guitar, built by either Regal or Harmony and sold through Buegeleisen and Jacobson, owners of the Stewart brand. The SS Stewart company, named for Samuel Swain Stewart was a major producer of banjos between 1878 and 1904, and was bought by B&J (Buegeleisen and Jacobson) a few years after Stewart’s death. Over the years, B&J shifted to producing mostly guitars with the brand, had many companies build the actual instruments including Chicago Musical Instruments, who also built Harmony, Kay, and Silvertone brands.

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Price: $1,499.99 CAD
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Maton MS500 Solidbody Electric Guitar Dark Green, 2001

Maton MS500 Solidbody Electric Guitar Dark Green, 2001

In North America, guitars like the Australian-built Maton MS500 Mastersound are fairly rare, though they are common in their home countries. This is often due to three factors, none of which reflect quality – distance (shipping costs), import duties and distribution chains. Here we’re treated to a Maton MS500 solidbody electric, built during 2001 at the Maton shop in Box Hill, Victoria, Australia – near Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. Like other Maton products we’ve seen, it is well thought out, very well built and finished, and incorporates indigenous wood species wherever possible.

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Price: $1,499.99 CAD
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Ramirez SPR Spruce Top Classical Guitar, 2012

Ramirez SPR Spruce Top Classical Guitar, 2012

The Ramirez SPR classical guitar continues the tradition of the Ramirez 1a Especial model. Conceived by the maestro-luthier Amalia Ramirez, the SP-R furthers the evolution to the ‘modern’ sound. In the model designation, the SP refers to ‘Semi Professional’ and the R for Revised – this model supersedes and improves the original Ramirez SP. Based on professional grade model designs, the top of the Ramirez SPR is built at the Ramirez shop and the guitar completed offsite. The Ramirez home shop is not a large place, and Madrid doesn’t allow spray finishing within the city limits, so offsite completion is necessary.

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Price: $4,150.00 CAD
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National NRP Triolian Metal Body Black Rust

National NRP Triolian Metal Body Black Rust

The National NRP Triolian Black Rust is the 12-fret Maple neck version of the Mahogany-neck NRP Black Rust, which in turn is based on the 1930’s National Duolian. Using a standard single cone, metal body with unrolled F-holes, the 12-fret National NRP Triolian differs only from the NRP in the use of Maple for the neck,rather than Mahogany.

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Price: $3,789.00 CAD
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Boucher JP Cormier Signature 12-Fret Guitar No.3

Boucher JP Cormier Signature 12-Fret Guitar No.3

Here is a very special Boucher JP Cormier guitar, and one of only two available to customers before it becomes a regular Signature model. The other two are owned by Boucher, and JP Cormier! Based on the Boucher HG-56 000-12FTB – the 12FTB stands for “12 Frets To Body” – the Boucher JP Cormier model adds a cutaway, an Abalone Rosette, and Koa for the back strip, body binding, and end graft. There are no electronics.

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Price: $6,399.00 CAD
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Beard Deco Phonic Model 27 Round Neck Single Cone Sunburst

Beard Deco Phonic Model 27 Round Neck Single Cone Sunburst

The Beard Deco Phonic Model 27 round neck single cone spider guitar, is a new series from Beard, aiming to re-create the aesthetics of the 1920’s when resophonic guitars were invented. The Beard Deco Phonic Model 27 is the entry point for the Deco Phonic line, and like the other models is available in both round and square neck versions. Construction reflects Beard’s consistently high quality, and the materials are selected to be fully CITES compliant.

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Price: $2,549.00 CAD
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Martin 00015M StreetMaster Guitar, Distressed Satin

Martin 00015M StreetMaster Guitar, Distressed Satin

Part of the 15 series, the new Martin 00015M Streetmaster is a Mahogany body 000 model with a ‘distressed’ satin finish, no binding, and Katalox, sometimes called ‘Mexican Royal Ebony’ for the fingerboard and bridge. Based closely on the standard series 000 Mahogany models, the new Martin 00015M Streetmaster uses Mahogany for the top, back, sides, body blocks, and neck. The top and back are braced with Sitka Spruce.

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Price: $1,959.00 CAD
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Eastman T64V P90 Bigsby Thinline Hollowbody, Amber Antique Varnish

Eastman T64V P90 Bigsby Thinline Hollowbody, Amber Antique Varnish

Built on the concept of the thin bodied yet fully hollow archtop electric guitar, the Eastman T64V delivers the tone, feel and look of early 1960s models. Gibson produced the first of these in 1959 with the ES-330, and in 1961 extended the design to their Epiphone line as the ES-230 Casino. That model was quickly picked up by British players including Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison who used theirs on many hits.

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Price: $2,650.00 CAD
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Eastman T59 V Thinline Archtop Electric Antique Varnish

Eastman T59 V Thinline Archtop Electric Antique Varnish

The Eastman T59 V is a take on one of the most successful and influential of Ted McCarty’s innovations, the thinline, semi-hollow archtop electric guitar. Around 1957, Gibson was looking to update its product line to address a number of issues, one of which was the rise in amplified stage volumes causing feedback. While the engineering team is credited with most of the design, it was apparently president Ted McCarty’s idea to put a solid Maple block through the center of the guitar.

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Price: $2,180.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst Flat, 2018

Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst Flat, 2018

The Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige, part of the new AZ line, again demonstrates the progression of Ibanez towards top quality instruments. This professional-grade guitar features a very nicely contoured Alder body, Roasted Maple neck, Stainless Steel frets, with Gotoh and Seymour Duncan hardware. We have been fans of Ibanez guitars for many years, and are very pleased to carry these new models.  Seen here in the Tri-Fade Burst Flat finish, the Ibanez AZ2402 Prestige is also available in Ice Blue Metallic.  The original molded hard-shell case is included.

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Price: $2,849.99 CAD
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Pedro de Miguel Flamenco Negra Guitar, 1999

Pedro de Miguel Flamenco Negra Guitar, 1999

Here we’re looking at a Pedro de Miguel Flamenco Negra Guitar, built during 1999 and showing signs of being well used for its intended purpose.  Traditionally, Flamenco guitars are built very lightly, with Spruce tops and Cypress for the sides and back, and with a low action.  The goal is to produce a bright, percussive and responsive tone with fast attack.   Because of the light colour of Cypress wood, these are referred to as Flamenco Blanca guitars. 

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Price: $3,450.00 CAD
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Gibson ES175 Single Pickup Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1966

Gibson ES175 Single Pickup Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1966

One of the classic musical workhorses, the Gibson ES175 single pickup guitar made its debut in 1949 with a P-90 at the neck, with the pickup updated to the all-new humbucker in 1957. In 1952, the ES175D (for Double pickup) appeared, with a second pickup in the bridge position. These guitars were immediate hits with professional players and serious amateurs in many genres – Jazz, Pop, and Country were the most common and the ES-175 was a standard for jazz players from its introduction until being recently discontinued.  

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Price: $4,375.00 CAD
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Alhambra 5PCT E2 Thinline Crossover Classical Guitar

Alhambra 5PCT E2 Thinline Crossover Classical Guitar

Part of the Conservatory line intended for serious students, the Alhambra 5PCT cutaway classical guitar verges into the area of ‘Crossover’ models, meant to make nylon string tone and responsiveness available to players in non-classical musical contexts.  This model is based on the popular Alhambra 5P Conservatory Series Concert Classical guitar. Several factors help define the ‘Crossover’ models. Typically, the body has a cutaway and is thinner, and there’s a recognition that the guitar will be amplified. The thinner body reduced feedback, and the pickup and preamp help restore fullness.

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Price: $1,849.00 CAD
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Martin 00 16E Granadillo Steel String Guitar

Martin 00 16E Granadillo Steel String Guitar

The new Martin 00 16E model starts from the classic 00, or Grand Concert body size, but in place of Mahogany or Indian Rosewood for the back and sides uses Granadillo. Granadillo is also known as Mexican Rosewood or Platymiscium Yucatanum. In Central and South America, it’s often used under the name Macacauba for musical instruments. Its density and hardness help it deliver a bit more top end than true Rosewoods, but still has bottom end and warmth.

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Price: $2,379.00 CAD
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Douglas Harrison CJ 16 Archtop Guitar, 2019 – With New Video!

Douglas Harrison CJ 16 Archtop Guitar, 2019 - With New Video!

Here’s an excellent brand new Douglas Harrison CJ 16 custom archtop guitar, in Spruce and Red Maple with a Lollar Gold Foil pickup! The Harrison CJ 16 is a single-cutaway, 16 inch wide archtop with hand-carved top and back plates, as suggested by the ‘CJ’ for ‘Classic Jazz’ name. Top quality Spruce and Red Maple are used for the body, and a three-piece Maple neck carries a Macassar Ebony fingerboard. The body, neck, headstock and pickguard are bound with Roasted Maple, and the bridge and tailpiece are Macassar Ebony. 

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Price: $10,900.00 CAD
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Martin HD28 D-14 Fret Guitar, 2020

Martin HD28 D-14 Fret Guitar, 2020

Hopefully this is an indicator of better things – a brand new Martin HD28, delivered to us this week, one of the first shipments from the builder since the shutdown. The Martin HD28, using the 14 fret D body and pairing a Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood sides and back, is one of the benchmark American guitars. As the D-28 it’s been in production since 1931, and the D28H indicates that it has Herringbone pattern purfling around the top. 

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Price: $4,339.00 CAD
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Art & Lutherie Legacy HG Q-Discrete Indigo Burst

Art & Lutherie Legacy HG Q-Discrete Indigo Burst

Here’s a very good looking, cool Art & Lutherie Legacy HG sporting a high-gloss Indigo Burst finish and Godin’s Q-Discrete pickup set, with volume and tone controls right on the solid Spruce top. 95% of the woods used in this model are sourced from Canada. Using a body design similar to the classic OM Orchestra Model, the Art & Lutherie Legacy features a solid Spruce top for tone, paired with 3-layer laminate Wild Cherry Back & Sides for stability and durability. The neck is locally sourced Silver Leaf Maple with Indian Rosewood used for the 16-inch radius fingerboard and bridge.

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Price: $699.00 CAD
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Beard Deco Phonic Sidecar Acoustic Sunburst

Beard Deco Phonic Sidecar Acoustic Sunburst

Here’s a treat – a new Paul Beard Deco Phonic Sidecar acoustic, hearkening back to the classic models of the 1930s heard on many blues ragtime and country recordings. The Beard Deco Phonic Sidecar is built on the standard Beard R body, with an Engelmann Spruce top, Finnish Birch Laminate back and sides, Mahogany neck and Morado bridge and fingerboard. Morado is a non-CITES listed substitute for Brazilian Rosewood, sometimes known as Pau Ferro.

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Price: $2,450.00 CAD
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Seagull Concert Hall Mahogany SG/AE

Seagull Concert Hall Mahogany SG/AE

The Seagull Concert Hall Mahogany SG A/E, built by Godin in La Patie, Quebec, is based on the classic OM or Orchestra Model body size, with 24.9 inch scale length and sports a built in pickup system. Designed as a very practical instrument, the Seagull Concert Hall Mahogany features a solid Mahogany top, Mahogany laminate sides and back for stability in varying humidity and temperature conditions. The use of laminates here also improves feedback resistance when the guitar is amplified.

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Price: $549.00 CAD
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Collings OM1 Custom Deep Body Steel String Guitar

Collings OM1 Custom Deep Body Steel String Guitar

Here we have a Collings OM1 Custom, based on a stock OM1 but with a half inch deeper body providing more bass and fuller sound, filling out an already great tone, and a slightly wider fingerboard. This Collings OM1 Custom guitar was built for The Twelfth Fret, with a 4.5 inch body depth and a 12.75 inch nut width being the only differences from the stock OM1.

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❌SOLD❌ Fender Stratocaster HSS Maple Neck Candy Apple Red, 2008

❌SOLD❌ Fender Stratocaster HSS Maple Neck Candy Apple Red, 2008

The Fender Stratocaster HSS with a 2-point trem is one of the most significant, yet subtle changes to the venerable Strat design. These are two practical updates that increase versatility and reliability for the modern musical world. Introduced in 1954 as a significant upgrade to the successful Telecaster, Leo Fender’s Stratocaster design was immediately popular and has been built continually since its appearance.

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Price: $1,299.00 CAD
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Schecter C1 Apocalypse Rust Grey, 2017

Schecter C1 Apocalypse Rust Grey, 2017

Here we have a Schecter C1 Apocalypse hardtail model sporting a Rust Grey finish on a carved top Swamp Ash body. The neck is Maple with Padauk layers plus carbon fiber inserts, and an Ebony fingerboard with 24 Stainless Steel frets! Built in Incheon, South Korea during 2017, this Schecter C1 Apocalypse is a very solid and versatile guitar, oriented towards a heavier sound. As a hard tail, it’s built for stability. The body is Swamp Ash with a carved top, and the neck uses three sections of Maple with two layers of Padauk.

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Price: $1,150.00 CAD
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Danelectro 59 12 String D5912 Black

Danelectro 59 12 String D5912 Black

The Danelectro 59 12 String D5912 recreates a classic 12. Originally successful in its orientation as a decent budget instrument, these new models at least as good. Based closely on the original double cutaway ‘Shorthorn’ two pickup models, the new Danelectro 59 12 String D5912 features the same ‘Masonite’ and hardwood body construction with a Maple neck and Pau Ferro fingerboard.

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Price: $659.00 CAD
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Martin 00 28 Steel String Guitar

Martin 00 28 Steel String Guitar

The Martin 00 28 model has been in production, though not continuously, since 1898 and is a mid-sized guitar, between the 0 and 000 or OM body sizes. The ’00’ indicates the body size, while the ’28’ indicates the materials trim and decoration level. Like other ’28’ models, it pairs a Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood for the back, sides and head plate, Mahogany for the body blocks and neck, and Ebony for the fingerboard and bridge.

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Price: $4,339.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Thomas Ribbecke Halfling Archtop Guitar Red Sunburst 2009

⚌Reduced‼  Thomas Ribbecke Halfling Archtop Guitar Red Sunburst 2009

This 2009 Thomas Ribbecke Halfling archtop guitar was built especially for the 2009 Montreal Guitar Show, as an entry into the Red Collection grouping. It’s built with a carved Spruce top, carved Spalted Flame Maple back and matching sides, and Maple neck with an unbound Ebony fingerboard. The neck is a multi-scale with the center of its length being about 26 inches. There’s a large round soundhole on the top located on the upper bass bout next to the fingerboard and Bartolini pickup. Ebony is used for other components including the bridge, pickguard, tailpiece and truss rod cover. Mother of Pearl is used for the headstock Ribbecke and Halfling logos.

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Price: $9,500.00 CAD
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National NRP Raw Steel 12 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National NRP Raw Steel 12 Fret Resophonic Guitar

The National NRP Raw Steel 12 is built like other NRP models with steel bodies and single 9.5 inch resonator cone, but is visually distinct with its retro ‘Chickenfoot’ style cover plate and new finish.   This finish can ‘work’ a bit better than the highly polished and reflective surface on the more expensive models, as in not showing smudges as easily. 

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Price: $2,889.00 CAD
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PRS Standard Solidbody Tobacco Sunburst, 1987

PRS Standard Solidbody Tobacco Sunburst, 1987

The PRS Standard appeared in 1987 as an evolutionary step and as a model rename from the 1985 PRS model, with carved top, all Mahogany construction except for the 1o inch radius, 25 inch scale Rosewood fingerboard. Until 1991, Brazilian Rosewood was used for fingerboards on this model. Here we’re looking at a PRS Standard, built during 1987 in Stevensville, Maryland and sporting a dark tobacco sunburst model, which transitions to a darker red on the back and neck.

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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Oahu Style 71K Hawaiian Squareneck Guitar, 1935

Oahu Style 71K Hawaiian Squareneck Guitar, 1935

Built during the mid 1930s, the Oahu Style 71K Hawaiian square neck guitar expressed the popularity of Hawaiian music and steel guitar. Oahu was perfectly placed as they were also a major music publisher. This Oahu Style 71K Hawaiian square neck was likely built by Kay around 1935, and features a solid Spruce top, X-braced, with laminate Maple for the sides and back. The neck is Mahogany, with Rosewood used for the bridge and the bound fingerboard. The finish is Sunburst, executed in nitrocellulose lacquer, and sports an elaborate gold-coloured, stencil design on the top.

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Price: $1,599.99 CAD
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Kay ‘TrueTone’ Speed Demon K573 Thinline Sunburst, 1962

Kay 'TrueTone' Speed Demon K573 Thinline Sunburst, 1962

Beyond the TrueTone name, this is a Kay K537 model, with an arched top and back body made of laminated Maple, a bolt on Maple neck with bound Rosewood fingerboard and brass frets, floating Rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, and Kluson Deluxe single-line tuners. The original pickguard is intact and included.

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Price: $999.99 CAD
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National ResoPhonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

National ResoPhonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

Built in San Luis Obispo California, the National Revolver Resolectric blends the resophonic and solidbody electric guitar concepts,to great success.Very similar in design to the ResoLectric, the National Revolver uses a solid Mahogany body that’s routed for the resonator and electric pickups, and a bolt-on Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard. The headplate is a faux pearl covering.

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Price: $4,189.00 CAD
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Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessean 6119 Thinline Electric Walnut, 1966

Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessean 6119 Thinline Electric Walnut, 1966

Here is a Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessean 6119, dating to December of 1966, before the July 31 1967 sale of Gretsch to the Baldwin Piano Company. Introduced in 1958 and built until 1980, the Tennessean started as full size, hollow body and single-pickup, plainer version of the 6120. For 1961, however, Gretsch made dramatic changes to many models and the 6119 gained the new, sealed ElectroTone body and a pair of new single coil HiLo’Tron pickups.

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Price: $3,950.00 CAD
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Taylor 214ce CF DLX Cutaway Steel String Guitar

Taylor 214ce CF DLX Cutaway Steel String Guitar

Featuring a solid Sitka spruce top, layered Copaifera sides and back, Venetian cutaway and the Expression System 2 pickup system the Taylor 214ce CF DLX is a stage ready, reliable and great sounding guitar. The Grand Auditorium body shape is an excellent general-purpose shape. Its width is similar to a dreadnought but with a much curvier shape which changes the response and dynamics. It is equally well suited to finger style or strumming so you can use it for many different styles.

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Eastman MDC805 Mandocello Classic Finish

Eastman MDC805 Mandocello Classic Finish

The Eastman MDC805 Mandocello is a wonderful, rich sounding instrument that works well as a solo, ensemble or accompaniment instrument in a wide range of styles and genres, from Celtic to Classical, Latin and back again. The Mandocello had been in existence for some centuries in Europe, beginning with flat back and then bowl back. However, in 1905 Orville Gibson’s company began producing mandolin family instruments, including Mandocello models that drew from his blending of violin and guitar concepts. 

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Price: $2,759.00 CAD
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Godin Multiac ACS Denim Blue Flame

Godin Multiac ACS Denim Blue Flame

The Godin Multiac ACS SA in Denim Blue Flame is a direct descendant of a Chet Atkins idea and is intended as a ‘crossover’ guitar for those coming to nylon strings from the electric world.    With this in mind, the neck is slightly narrower than a Classical or Flamenco guitar, and the fingerboard is crowned.   The chambered body and solid neck of the Godin ACS SA are Mahogany,  with a Richlite fingerboard – a composite material that does a good job of simulating Ebony.  The top of this model is a figured Maple Veneer with a lovely translucent denim blue shade, providing an unusual and quite attractive appearance.    

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Price: $1,550.00 CAD
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Eastman E10SS/V Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Antique Varnish

Eastman E10SS/V Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Antique Varnish

Showing strong influences from the classic American Slope Shouldered dreadnought line, the Eastman E10SS/V uses all solid woods and a very nice Antique Varnish finish. The earliest dreadnought guitars were built by Martin for the Oliver Ditson company during 1916, and used the round or slope shoulder format seen here; When Martin finally put the dreadnought into production in 1931, the upper bouts or shoulders were squared.

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Price: $1,839.00 CAD
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Eastman DM1 Gypsy Jazz Style Guitar Classic Finish

Eastman DM1 Gypsy Jazz Style Guitar Classic Finish

The Eastman DM1 Gypsy Jazz Style model demonstrates that acoustic guitars do not only follow the pattern of American designs, particularly Martin and Gibson. Here we’re looking at a brand new Eastman DM1 Gypsy Jazz style guitar, in the ‘Petite Bouche’ or small soundhole style. This is a long scale instrument at 26.38 inches or 670mm, almost an inch longer than a typical Martin, and is a fairly large guitar. Construction features a solid Sitka Spruce top with layered Indian for the back and sides.

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Price: $1,435.00 CAD
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Journey Gloss Black Carbon Travel Guitar

Journey Gloss Black Carbon Travel Guitar

For as long as musicians have been travelling, portability has been an issue.  The Journey Gloss Black Carbon Travel Guitar combines a number of unique features, some patented, to deliver a professional quality guitar in an easily transported package. It comes with its own carry-on luggage! The Journey Gloss Black Carbon Travel Guitar collapses to carry-on size of 22*14*9 inches!

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Martin 000-28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model, Natural

Martin 000-28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model, Natural

The Martin 000-28EC signature model is based on the guitar Eric Clapton used for an historic performance. On 16 January 1992, Eric Clapton performed for a small audience at Bray Film Studios in Windsor England. This iconic performance for the MTV Unplugged TV series would spawn an accompanying album that would become his best selling with 26 million copies worldwide. His guitar of choice was the Martin 000-28.

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Price: $5,269.00 CAD
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Ibanez AZ2202A Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst

Ibanez  AZ2202A Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst

The Ibanez AZ220A shares many features from the rest of the AZ line, but with two main differences. Most of the AZ line features an alder body but the AZ2202A has an ash body. Ash is a slightly heavier weight wood with a great balance of brightness and warmth and was used on many of the revered Fender guitars from the 1950’s to today.  The other main difference on the Ibanez AZ2202A model is that the roasted maple neck has 22 frets rather then 24.

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Price: $2,999.00 CAD
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Taylor Academy A12E Steel String Acoustic

Taylor Academy A12E Steel String Acoustic

The Taylor Academy A12E is part of the company’s new Academy series of guitars, designed to provide beginners to seasoned players a great playing and sounding instrument at an affordable price point. The Taylor Academy A12E is a compact grand concert sized body which has a tighter waist and smaller lower bout making it a very approachable and easy to handle body size. It has a solid Sitka spruce top and layered Sapele sides and back.

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Price: $899.00 CAD
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Charvel Pro Mod DK24 HSS Primer Gray

Charvel Pro Mod DK24 HSS Primer Gray

The Charvel Pro Mod DK24 HSS 2PT uses Charvel’s modern DK24 platform and includes high end features and buttery smooth playability. Key features of the Charvel Pro Mod DK24 include the caramelized maple neck with a satin hand rubbed urethane finish, sculpted shredders heel cut and rolled fingerboard edges. Anyone looking for a smooth easy playing neck with love this instrument!

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Price: $1,499.00 CAD
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Hofner Club 40 Thin Archtop Electric Guitar Natural, 1957

Hofner Club 40 Thin Archtop Electric Guitar Natural, 1957

The Hofner Club 40 was built from around 1953 until the early 1960’s, distributed by Selmer in the UK and very popular with skiffle groups and players, including both John Lennon and George Harrison.   At this time, Hofner guitars were built in Bubenreuth, Bavaria.  Bearing similarities to violin bass construction, the Hofner Club 40 features a sealed, hollow body, with a solid Spruce top and Maple for the sides and flat back. The body is bound with black and a white/black purfling layer.

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Price: $2,750.00 CAD
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Takamine Toby Keith EF250TK Sunburst, 2016

Takamine Toby Keith EF250TK Sunburst, 2016

Here is a stunning jumbo body guitar ideal for stage performance – a Takamine Toby Keith, based on the EF250 he played for many years and is now a signature model.  Drawing from classic Jumbo American guitars like the J-200 and F-500, the Takamine Toby Keith pairs a solid Sitka Spruce top with Flamed Maple for the cutaway, 17 inch wide body. The neck is Maple with Ebony used for the bound fingerboard, and Rosewood for the top-loading bridge. The inlays are Mother of Pearl and Abalone, with an Abalone ring at the rosette.

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Price: $2,099.00 CAD
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Taylor 150e 12 String Acoustic Maple Walnut

Taylor 150e 12 String Acoustic Maple Walnut

The Taylor 150e model is a 12 string dreadnought body size with a solid Sitka spruce top and layered walnut sides and back. The bass response and volume created from this large body pairs well with the crisp shimmering octave strings and articulate dynamics of the solid Sitka spruce top. For many players the lush octave shimmer of a 12 string dreadnought guitar is a familiar and inspiring sound. However, it is often a secondary instrument behind the player’s trusted six string. The Taylor 150e introduces an affordable 12 string to the 100 series of instruments for players looking to broaden their musical palette.

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Price: $1,249.00 CAD
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Ibanez RG5121 Prestige Hard Tail Dark Tide Blue Flat

Ibanez RG5121 Prestige Hard Tail Dark Tide Blue Flat

The Prestige series, including the Ibanez RG5121 Prestige are high quality guitars made in Japan with excellent craftsmanship, components, quality finishes and attention to detail.   These models are almost all built at the Fuji-Gen plant.  The Ibanez RG5121 Prestige is a double cutaway RG body shape with an African mahogany body. Mahogany is a medium to heavy weight wood with a warm full tone with good sustain.

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Price: $2,549.99 CAD
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Martin D-35 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

Martin D-35 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

Known for its strong bass response and power, the Martin D-35 is the workingman’s Dreadnought. It features a East Indian Rosewood three-piece back and a Sitka spruce top. The expressive quarter inch straight bracing gives this guitar its signature strong bass response and power, which has made it a popular choice for players such as Johnny Cash and Seth Avett. The mahogany neck has a bound ebony fingerboard and an easy playing modified low oval neck shape. It’s the guitar of choice for bluegrass and folk music. Perfect for the intermediate and advanced player.

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Price: $4,339.00 CAD
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Taylor GS Mini e RW

Taylor GS Mini e RW

The Taylor GS mini e was released in 2010 and has become so popular that it has spawned many different versions. Based on the big and bold tone of the popular Grand Symphony body shape, the Taylor GS mini e is comfortably scaled down to be the perfect size for the couch or on the go. The full-bodied tone produced is hard to believe from a guitar of this size.

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Price: $969.00 CAD
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Charvel ProMod DK24 HH Satin Burgundy Mist

Charvel ProMod DK24 HH Satin Burgundy Mist

The Charvel ProMod DK24 HH is a great, straight ahead guitar with all the essentials for an efficient rock machine and is one of our recent Staff Picks !   Seen here is the Satin Burgundy Mist version, and  here is the Sunburst version.  Based on the ‘Super Strat’ concept with a pair of humbuckers and two-point, non-locking trem, the Charvel ProMod DK24 combines and alder body with roasted or ‘caramelized’ maple neck for full, clear tone and fairly lightweight.   

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Price: $1,329.00 CAD
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Taylor 814ce DLX Steel String Guitar, Natural

Taylor 814ce DLX Steel String Guitar, Natural

The Taylor 814ce DLX is a luxurious Grand Auditorium body shape which pairs a Sitka spruce top, Indian rosewood sides and back with Taylor’s patented V-Class bracing to reach new levels of tonal performance. One of Taylor’s most popular shapes, the Grand Auditorium body is a versatile general-purpose guitar. Its width is similar to a dreadnought but with a much curvier shape which changes the response and dynamics. It is equally well suited to fingerstyle or strumming so you can use it for many different styles.

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Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

The Martin D-18 is the classic, quintessential bluegrass and fingerstyle guitar. It’s got everything needed – balanced tone with deep lows and sparkling highs, clarity and separation, instant response to pick or finger attack, and volume. Today’s Martin D-18 Dreadnought features a sleek, modern low profile for enhanced playability. The D-18 adds a Sitka spruce top to the mahogany back and sides and along with the forward shifted scalloped bracing produces a sound that is warm, punchy and clear. Perfect for the intermediate and advanced player looking for understated looks and timeless tone.

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Price: $3,499.00 CAD
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Martin D-28 Dreadnought Guitar

Martin D-28 Dreadnought Guitar

The Martin D-28 is the Dreadnought by which all others are judged. Constructed of solid East Indian rosewood back and sides, Sitka spruce top and mahogany neck, this instrument has been a favorite of artists from Hank Williams Sr. to Jimmy Page.

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Price: $4,059.00 CAD
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National ResoPhonic: The Hollowneck Report, Part 1

National ResoPhonic: The Hollowneck Report, Part 1

The Hollowneck Report Part 1 features National ResoPhonic guitars played by Burke Carroll in contemporary Bluegrass tuning, with Chris Bennett on rhythm.

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Dobro Model 27 or 25 Sunburst, 1934

Dobro Model 27 or 25 Sunburst, 1934

The Dobro Model 27 and 25 were for a time one of Dobro’s most popular models, though it’s hard to tell which model is which – the designation was based on that year’s price!
Here we’re looking at a what’s likely a Dobro Model 27, though possibly a 25, built during 1934 for Dobro by the Regal company of Chicago, Illinois. The body construction is largely of Birch ply, bound top and back,with likely Poplar for the neck and Walnut for the fingerboard.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Harrison GB Custom Redwood Burl Top, 2017

Harrison GB Custom Redwood Burl Top, 2017

Here is a lovely Harrison GB Custom Redwood Burl top thinline archtop, built in Toronto during 2017 and based on a design for the late jazz artist Gary Benson. Douglas Harrison has been building arched top guitars for some years now and his GB Custom has been very popular, with most I have seen being true custom models, with varying tops and hardware configurations.

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Price: $4,900.00 CAD
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Eastman E10OOSS Sunburst Steel String

Eastman E10OOSS Sunburst Steel String

Eastman Strings because we’ve found them to be excellent value. Based on proven designs, Eastman guitars are well built, well finished and deliver tone and playability. Part of the Eastman Strings Traditional series, the Eastman E10OOSS is a small body (00 size) sunburst finished guitar featuring a solid Adirondack Spruce top and solid Mahogany for back, sides and neck, with rosewood for the fingerboard, headplate and bridge. The tuners are open-style with “butter bean” shaped metal buttons.

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Price: $1,610.00 CAD
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Michael Messer Blues 14-Fret Resophonic Guitar 2020

Michael Messer Blues 14-Fret Resophonic Guitar 2020

This Michael Messer Blues 14-Fret model is designed by Michael Messer with a special alloy, biscuit-cone for well balanced, authentic Delta-Blues tone and great sustain and volume. Messers have a big, chunky, pre-war style neck which is fitted with a modern fully adjustable truss rod.

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Francois Tachet Mirecourt School Guitar, 1830s

Francois Tachet Mirecourt School Guitar, 1830s

Here’s something special, a lovely Romantic Era guitar built by Francois Tachet in Mirecourt, northeastern France, during the 1830s or early 1840s.   Mirecourt has long been known for making musical instruments and lace;  instruments from the area are often referred to as from the Mirecourt School.  Louis Panormo was a  contemporary, working in London.  This Francois Tachet romantic guitar –  at approximately 185 years old – is in good working order,  and has had some expected service over the decades. 

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Price: $6,250.00 CAD
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Eastman DT30OM Double Top Orchestra Model

Eastman DT30OM Double Top Orchestra Model

The Eastman DT30OM is the second model in Eastman’s new Double Top line, bringing high end classical guitar technology to the steel string world – here in a classic Orchestra Model body design. The double top concept aims to allow a very thin, light and responsive top but with superior strength and stiffness. Here, thin layers of Sitka Spruce are bonded to a honeycomb Nomex core. Nomex is a Kevlar polymer and helps provide significant improvements in stiffness to weight ratios.

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Price: $2,880.00 CAD
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Eastman DT30D Double Top Dreadnought

Eastman DT30D Double Top Dreadnought

We’re happy to present the Eastman DT30D Double Top, part of Eastman’s new line of double-top steel string guitars – a technology that till now has mostly been limited to high end classical instruments. The double top concept aims to allow a very thin, light and responsive top but with superior strength and stiffness. Here, thin layers of Sitka Spruce are bonded to a honeycomb Nomex core. Nomex is a Kevlar polymer and helps provide significant improvements in stiffness to weight ratios.

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Price: $2,880.00 CAD
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Michael Messer Blues 28 Sunburst, 2020

Michael Messer Blues 28 Sunburst, 2020

The Michael Messer Blues 28 hews closely to the original 1928 specifications and has the classic wood-bodied resonator guitar sound and feel.  This model is built with a 1928-style Mahogany laminate body with F-holes and Mahogany neck, 12 frets to the body, with a spun Aluminum cone and Maple biscuit bridge.  The National String Instrument Corporation invented and introduced the first Resophonic guitars in 1927, using a tri-cone, metal body design worked out by John Dopyera and George Beauchamp.

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Boucher Studio Goose SG-52 Indian Rosewood Dreadnought Guitar

Boucher Studio Goose SG-52 Indian Rosewood Dreadnought Guitar

The Boucher Studio Goose SG-52 uses the traditional square shoulder Dreadnought body design pioneered by Martin in the early 20th century, and which has dominated the acoustic guitar world since the 1950s. The very white, locally harvested AAAA grade Adirondack Red Spruce top, using a hand-scalloped forward shifted X brace system is paired with Indian Rosewood to provide warm, full tone. The neck is South American Mahogany, and Ebony is used for the headplate, fingerboard and bridge. Bindings are Maple with Herringbone purfling.

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Price: $3,859.00 CAD
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Boucher Heritage Goose HG-26 000 Body 12 Fret Guitar

Boucher Heritage Goose HG-26 000 Body 12 Fret Guitar

The Boucher Heritage Goose HG-26 is based on the traditional 12 fret, 000 body design, with a slotted peghead to increase string downbearing at the nut without increasing head pitch. This helps add clarity, separation and sustain to open string notes. Here, Boucher has paired the Adirondack Red Spruce with African Bubinga. The neck is Mahogany with Ebony used for the headplate, bridge, and fingerboard.

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Price: $4,559.00 CAD
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Boucher Studio Goose SG-41 OM Hybrid Mahogany 14 Fret Guitar

Boucher Studio Goose SG-41 OM Hybrid Mahogany 14 Fret Guitar

The Boucher Studio Goose SG-41 uses the OM Hybrid, or Orchestra Model body shape modified to work better with fingerstyle playing. The very white, locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce top is paired with Brazilian Mahogany to provide clear, crisp tone and immediate response.

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Price: $3,859.00 CAD
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Boucher Signature Series Richard Bennett Mahogany Dreadnought

Boucher Signature Series Richard Bennett Mahogany Dreadnought

The Boucher Richard Bennett signature series model is based on the classic Dreadnought body, pairing an Adirondack Spruce top with Brazilian Mahogany for the body and neck. This combination provides a full tone with crisp sparkling highs and fast response. Decoration on the Richard Bennett model is minimal – it focuses on tone and performance.

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Price: $4,719.00 CAD
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Boucher Studio Goose SG-51 OM Hybrid Cutaway Rosewood 14 Fret Guitar

Boucher Studio Goose SG-51 OM Hybrid Cutaway Rosewood 14 Fret Guitar

Sharing many features with the SG-21 and SG-41, the Boucher Studio Goose SG-51 features an Adirondack Spruce top but with Indian Rosewood back and sides. The Studio Goose SG-51 uses the OM Hybrid, or Orchestra Model body shape modified to work better with fingerstyle playing. The very white, locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce top is paired with Indian Rosewood to provide warm, crisp tone . The neck is South American Mahogany, and Ebony is used for the headplate, fingerboard and bridge. Bindings are Maple with Herringbone purfling.

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Price: $4,799.00 CAD
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Airline Folkstar Electric Resophonic Guitar by Eastwood, Red

Airline Folkstar Electric Resophonic Guitar by Eastwood, Red

The Airline Folkstar, improved and re-issued by the Eastwood guitar company, brings back the 1950s Valco Folkstar resophonic aesthetic, but with a pair of pickups and a reasonable price.  Airline guitars were built by Valco, one of the largest instrument manufacturers in the world, from 1958 to 1868 when the company folded. The original Airline Folkstar used Valco’s Res-O-Glas body construction – fiberglass resin on wood – with a single resonator cone. It was entirely acoustic, and never had pickups

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Price: $1,489.00 CAD
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Schecter R Reaper-6 in Satin Charcoal Burst

Schecter R Reaper-6 in Satin Charcoal Burst

The Reaper-6 by Schecter is a workhorse of a performance guitar with sleek lines and custom shop level looks that are certain to stand out!
The first thing you notice on the Schecter R Reaper-6 is the satin charcoal burst on the poplar burl wood top. The unique wood grains provide a slightly different look on each guitar. The super comfortable arm bevel reveals the natural swamp ash body which has a great balance of warmth and treble snap.

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Price: $999.00 CAD
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C. F. Martin D-42 Guitar

C. F. Martin D-42 Guitar

The C.F. Martin D-42 features the classic, unmistakable Martin Dreadnought body built with back and sides of premium solid East Indian rosewood and a Sitka spruce top, and is enhanced with vintage appointments found on many Martin pre-war classic guitars. This instrument is highly appointed with pearl inlay and enhanced with vintage appointments, such as antique white binding and open gear tuners .

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Price: $8,399.00 CAD
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New Michael Messer Blues 12 Guitars

New Michael Messer Blues 12 Guitars

We’re excited to share with you, new Michael Messer Blues guitars!  These MM latest guitars have a newer finish, and less blue tones than the previous models.  This model is designed by Michael Messer with a special alloy, biscuit-cone for well balanced, authentic Delta-Blues tone and great sustain and volume. Messers have a big, chunky, pre-war style neck which is fitted with a modern fully adjustable truss rod.

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Ibanez RGR652AHBF RG Prestige Electric Guitar – Weathered Black

Ibanez RGR652AHBF RG Prestige Electric Guitar - Weathered Black

The Ibanez RGR652AHBF RG Prestige electric guitar also features a cool reverse headstock with Gotoh locking tuners for excellent tuning stability. The 5 piece maple and walnut neck is the Super Wizard profile from Ibanez with is slim and super-fast. The jumbo frets feel great to play and make big bends and wide vibrato a breeze.

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Price: $2,149.99 CAD
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Baroque Guitar and Renaissance Lute

Baroque Guitar and Renaissance Lute

Every year at the LA NAMM show I find something unique and wonderful. Mid-East Music specializes in handcrafted historic and ethnic instruments. Unlike other sources I’ve encountered, they understand and service the instruments they sell and control and participate in the manufacture process. Hand made in Pakistan, these instruments are remarkably cleanly built: accurate joinery, clean fit and finish. I was VERY impressed by the overall quality and appearance and the prices are a fraction of what we commonly see in second hand historic Lutes and Baroque guitars.

At last I can offer a completely playable historic Lute and Baroque guitar for a price that “makes sense” to most of my clients who simply want to experiment with this era of music. These instruments are “the real thing” at an affordable price. These instruments even come with lightweight but solidly made hardshell cases !

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Collings CJ-35 GSB Slope Shoulder Dreadnought, 2019

Collings CJ-35 GSB Slope Shoulder Dreadnought, 2019

This is a brand new Collings CJ-35, this one a GSB – sporting a German Spruce top and Sunburst finish! Collings guitars are among the finest available anywhere. The Collings CJ-35 elevates the classic slope-shoulder dreadnought design, pairing a Spruce top with Mahogany for the sides, back and neck, to its apex. These are wonderful instruments, with the best materials available and impeccable build and finish quality.

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Charvel ProMod DK24 HH Sunburst

Charvel ProMod DK24 HH Sunburst

Based on the ‘Super Strat’ concept with a pair of humbuckers and two-point, non-locking trem, the Charvel ProMod DK24 combines and alder body with roasted maple neck for full, clear tone and fairly lightweight. This is a very comfortable guitar to play for long hours. The locking tuners make short work of string changes under pressure.  

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Price: $1,399.00 CAD
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Michael Messer Blues Resophonic Guitars

Michael Messer Blues Resophonic Guitars

We carry the the Michael Messer Blues Resophonic Guitar in both 14-fret and 12-fret neck versions, the Blues 28 (a wood bodied 12-fret) and the Lightning (a metal bodied, nickel plated 12-fret with lightning frosting). With over thirty years experience of playing, collecting & reviewing resonator guitars, Michael Messer created the most authentic and playable 1930s style resonator guitars at an affordable and realistic price.

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Schecter C-1 Apocalypse

Schecter C-1 Apocalypse

The Schecter C-1 Apocalypse model is a fast playing workhorse of a guitar. It features a double cutaway super strat style body with an arched top and a super comfortable set neck with ultra access to the upper frets. The combination of the slim c neck profile, the compound radius of 12” to 16” and stainless steel x- jumbo frets makes big string bends and wide vibrato a breeze. The swamp ash body is light and balances well and looks great with the rust grey finish.

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Price: $1,499.99 CAD
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Ramirez 1a Long Scale Classical Guitar Cedar Top Brazilian, 1967

Ramirez 1a Long Scale Classical Guitar Cedar Top Brazilian, 1967

Here we have a Ramirez 1a Long Scale classical guitar built during 1967, during the ‘golden era’ of Jose Ramirez III’s leadership of the Ramirez workshop at Concepcion Jeronima No. 2 in Madrid, Spain. This well-used instrument features a long scale of 664mm or 26.14 inches, intended to provide increased volume and projection for the professional concert performer.  With Jose Ramirez III leading the workshop, this Ramirez 1a Long Scale has the initials CLL on the slipper foot. Its construction defines the tradition that countless other builders follow, with the slipper foot join integrating the sides and neck for maximum resonance and response.

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Price: $4,850.00 CAD
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William Laskin Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1987

William Laskin Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1987

The Laskin Flamenco is built using a Sitka Spruce top paired with a Cypress back and side set, and Cedro or Spanish Cedar for the neck, linings, and back bracing. Construction is the traditional Spanish ‘slipper foot’ style – the neck, heel and neck block are one unit, with the sides slotting into the heel. This is in distinct contrast to other methods where the neck and body are built separately, often using a dovetail or mortise and tenon joint. The head plate and binding are Ebony, and the fingerboard is Ebony with Ebony binding. The bridge is Indian Rosewood.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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Harrison GB Spruce Top Thinline Archtop Amber Tint, 2007

Harrison GB Spruce Top Thinline Archtop Amber Tint, 2007

This Harrison GB Spruce top thinline archtop electric in a lovely Amber tint, built during 2008 at Harrison’s shop in Toronto, Canada. The Douglas Harrison GB  thinline archtop guitar has proven very popular with jazz guitarists. Designed with – and originally for – the late Gary Benson and built in Toronto, Ontario, the Harrison GB uses a carved solid spruce top on a chambered back. The neck has a compound radius, from 12 to 16 inches.

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Price: $4,299.00 CAD
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Backline Ronan Solidbody Electric Brown, 2019

Backline Ronan Solidbody Electric Brown, 2019

An entirely new model in a unique yet functional shape, the Backline Ronan is a straight ahead rock guitar with just what’s needed. Tim Ronan builds guitars a bit north west of Toronto, and has been developing unique models that put function and durability first. The eponymous Backline Ronan is the result of a number of experiments with angular bodies, looking for a mixture of appearance, comfort, balance and light weight.

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Price: $2,200.00 CAD
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Thomas Malapanis Classical Guitar, 2004

Thomas Malapanis Classical Guitar, 2004

Here we are looking at the Thomas Malapanis Classical numbered 26, and dated to 2004.  The top is Red Cedar,  while the sides, back, headplate and bridge are Cocobolo.  The sides are lined with a Cypress or Sycamore facing, not the same as ‘laminate’ woods,  a technique pioneered by Jose Ramirez III to help increase clarity, and still used on some higher end Ramirez models. 

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Price: $5,700.00 CAD
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Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar

Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar

Here is something new, rare and wonderful – a brand-new Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, built under license by National Resophonic Guitars in San Luis Obispo, California. In 1989, Tim Scheerhorn showed Mike Aldridge his first experimental squareneck and by the end of 1990 Scheerhorn guitars were in the hands of many top pro players and Tim already had a long waiting list. The Dobro guitar construction style had stayed static since the 1930s with virtually no design changes.

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Price: $4,249.00 CAD
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Bert Kwakkel Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 2007

Bert Kwakkel Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 2007

Here is something unusual – an excellent Bert Kwakkel Flamenco Blanca guitar, built during 2007 at the Kwakkel shop in Gaanderen, the Netherlands. Bert Kwakkel built his first guitar in 1971 and has been building full time since 1979. His instruments are oriented towards the professional Classical or Flamenco guitarist, designed to produce and project enough sound for larger venues.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD
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C F Martin Custom Shop 1947 D-28 Guatemalan Rosewood

C F Martin Custom Shop 1947 D-28 Guatemalan Rosewood

This is a wonderful new guitar from the C F Martin Custom Shop – a 1947 D-28 built with Guatemalan rosewood and Sitka spruce top. This guitar was built during 2017 to specifications provided by The Twelfth Fret’s Grant MacNeill during his visit to the Martin facility.

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Price: $6,799.00 CAD
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Roosebeck 5 Course Baroque Guitar, Lacewood

Roosebeck 5 Course Baroque Guitar, Lacewood

The Roosebeck 5-course Baroque guitar is based on historic instruments, and is built using materials not covered by CITES export restrictions. The top is Spruce, the body and neck are a combination of light-coloured Lacewood and darker Sheesham. Lacewood is a term used for a variety of woods but often Roupala Brasiliensis, while Sheesham is Dalbergia Sissoo, also known as North Indian Rosewood.  On some versions of this instrument, Mid-East has used Walnut in place of Sheesham. 

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Price: $1,289.00 CAD
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Roosebeck Renaissance Lute Six Course

Roosebeck Renaissance Lute Six Course

This Roosebeck Renaissance lute is a 6 course model, featuring a bowl constructed of 25 fluted Sheesham staves, and with a 600mm scale length. The top is Spruce, while the neck, bowl, nut, bridge, and end pin are built of Sheesham, The peg box is Sheesham and Lacewood. The frets are formed in the traditional manner – tied on – but are nylon line (guitar string) rather than gut. 

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Price: $1,089.00 CAD
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Eastman AR810 CE Archtop Electric Classic Finish, 2005

Eastman AR810 CE Archtop Electric Classic Finish, 2005

The Eastman AR810 CE , for Cutaway Electric, is one of the best deals for a traditional arched top guitar with solid carved Spruce top and Maple back, and Venetian cutaway.  If you are looking for a decent jazz box, your search may be over.  Here we’re looking at an Eastman AR810 CE, built during 2005 at the Eastman plant outside Beijing. These are great instruments, and this one is no exception.

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Price: $2,100.00 CAD
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Huss and Dalton CM Rosewood, 2019

Huss and Dalton CM Rosewood, 2019

Here we’re looking at a brand new, just introduced Huss and Dalton CM model. It features an Engelmann Spruce top, Indian Rosewood for the sides and back, with Mahogany for the body blocks and neck. The head plate, bridge, and Maple-bound fingerboard are Ebony. Body binding is also Maple. Abalone is used for the rosette and 12th Fret Scroll inlay, and the Huss and Dalton log is Mother of Pearl.

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Price: $4,503.00 USD
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Larrivee OM-03 Recording Series Mahogany

Larrivee OM-03 Recording Series Mahogany

The Larrivee OM-03 is an acoustic guitar from Larrivee’s Recording Series. This model has a solid Sitka Spruce top with Mahogany back and sides. This OM model has a medium body with full scale length, fitting itself to many styles, particularly fingerpicking.

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Price: $1,790.00 CAD
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G W Barry Mod C CW Malaysian Blackwood with Arm Rest, 2019 (Pre-Sold)

G W Barry Mod C CW Malaysian Blackwood with Arm Rest, 2019 (Pre-Sold)

The G W Barry Mod C CW is a variation on G.W. Barry’s Concert Model. It has the same body depth and outline but with a quarter inch removed from the entire perimeter — effectively making it a guitar with a 15 1/2 inch wide lower bout. This creates a very comfortable body size, closer to a traditional OM, with a well balanced tone that retains strong bottom end fundamentals.

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Fender American Ultra Jazz Bass Rosewood Fingerboard Aged Natural

Fender American Ultra Jazz Bass Rosewood Fingerboard Aged Natural

The new Fender American Ultra Jazz Bass in seen here in the new Aged Natural finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, new electronics,  biflex truss rod, and a compound radius fingerboard!

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Price: $2,729.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Jazzmaster Plasma Red Burst, 2019

Fender American Ultra Jazzmaster Plasma Red Burst, 2019

New Fender American Ultra Jazzmaster Maple Neck in seen here in the new Plasma Red Burst finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, new electronics, biflex truss rod, and a compound radius fingerboard! This versatile, state-of-the-art instrument will inspire you to push your playing to new heights.

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Price: $2,729.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Telecaster Rosewood Texas Tea, 2019

Fender American Ultra Telecaster Rosewood Texas Tea, 2019

Presenting the seventh of eleven new models we have received from Fender, here is the new Fender American Ultra Telecaster Rosewood Board in seen here in the new Texas Tea finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, new electronics,  biflex truss rod, and a compound radius fingerboard!

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Price: $2,469.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Telecaster Maple Neck Ultraburst, 2019

Fender American Ultra Telecaster Maple Neck Ultraburst, 2019

Here we have the Fender American Ultra Telecaster Maple Neck in seen here in Ultra Burst finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, new electronics,  bi-flex truss rod, and a compound radius fingerboard!

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Price: $2,659.00 CAD
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❌Discontinued❌ Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Aged Natural, 2019

❌Discontinued❌ Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Aged Natural, 2019

This is exciting – the third of eleven new models we have from Fender, which we can now show you – the new Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Maple Neck dressed in the new Aged Natural finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, biflex truss rod and a compound radius fingerboard! The American Ultra Stratocaster features a new unique “Modern D” neck profile with Ultra rolled fingerboard edges for hours of playing comfort.

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Price: $2,599.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Maple Neck Cobra Blue, 2019

Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Maple Neck Cobra Blue, 2019

Here is the new Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Maple Neck dressed in the stunning new Cobra Blue finish, with new body contours, stock noiseless pickups, biflex truss rod and a compound radius fingerboard!

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Price: $2,659.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Stratocaster HSS Rosewood Ultraburst, 2019

Fender American Ultra Stratocaster HSS Rosewood Ultraburst, 2019