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Martin 00-18 Steel String Guitar Natural, 1947

Martin 00-18 Steel String Guitar Natural, 1947

Here is a fantastic Martin 00-18 steel string guitar built during 1947, well worn and has recently received all the major work. It plays well and has a wonderful sound. The work done at The Twelfth Fret Repair Shop includes a new bridge, sub plate and saddle, neck reset and re-fret. This Martin 00-18 apparently was first sold at retail by Bergstrom Kellerman Music in Honolulu, Hawaii, at the time one of the largest Martin dealers in the USA.

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Price: $5,500.00 CAD
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Gibson ES-225T Thinline Archtop Sunburst, 1956

Gibson ES-225T Thinline Archtop Sunburst, 1956

Introduced in 1955 and built until 1959, the Gibson ES-225T 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.

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Price: $5,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Vintage Custom 1951 Precision Bass Relic NoCaster Blonde, 2019

⚌Reduced‼  Fender Vintage Custom 1951 Precision Bass Relic NoCaster Blonde, 2019

For most players, the Fender Vintage Custom 1951 Precision Bass is about as close to an actual original instrument as one can get. This example, dated to early 2019 was refinished, aged and set up by Mike Palermo at Palermo Guitars in mid 2021. It now looks like a well-used 1951 model.

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Price: $4,600.00 CAD $4,850.00 CAD
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Ibanez GB-10 George Benson Archtop Sunburst, 1981

Ibanez GB-10 George Benson Archtop Sunburst, 1981

The Ibanez GB-10 George Benson BS (for Brown Sunburst) is still in production as are other versions of the model, and they are as practical as when introduced. This model features two ‘floating’ mini-humbucking pickups, one attached to the fingerboard tag and the other to the pickguard. Neither contacts the top though the pickguard has a small support post. The Ibanez GB-10 George Benson has been in production since 1977 along with other versions of the model, and they are as practical as when introduced.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Gibson 50th Anniversary 1960 Hummingbird Sunburst, 2010

⚌Reduced‼  Gibson 50th Anniversary 1960 Hummingbird Sunburst, 2010

One of a total of 200 built during 2010 and in great shape, this Gibson 50th Anniversary 1960 Hummingbird sports the Heritage Cherry Sunburst finish. The Hummingbird was introduced in 1960 as next to top of the line after the J-200. Gibson dreadnoughts were mostly round-shouldered, but the Hummingbird used the square-shoulder, Martin style body.

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Price: $4,499.99 CAD $5,900.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Gretsch Streamliner 6189 Bamboo-Copper Mist, 1957

⚌Reduced‼  Gretsch Streamliner 6189 Bamboo-Copper Mist, 1957

Here’s a real beauty – built from 1954 to 1958, the Gretsch Streamliner 6189 was a single pickup version of the 6120. This Gretsch Streamliner 6189 sports the two-tone Bamboo Yellow top and Copper Mist finish and dates to 1957. For the 1957 model year, the headstock changed to remove the vertical ‘Electromatic’ logo and the ‘G-Arrow’ volume and tone control knobs for the deArmond DynaSonic pickup.

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Price: $4,500.00 CAD $5,250.00 CAD
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Gibson SG Special VOS Classic White, 2008

Gibson SG Special VOS Classic White, 2008

The 2008 Gibson SG Special VOS replicates the 1963 style, with a pair of P90 pickups and Classic White finish. Currently this model is offered as the 1963 SG Special Classic White Ultra Light Aged. Like the SG itself, the SG Special originated as a Les Paul model, officially renamed in late 1963 at the end of Les Paul’s endorsement contract

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD
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Gibson G-00 Generation Acoustic Guitar Natural, 2021

Gibson G-00 Generation Acoustic Guitar Natural, 2021

The Gibson G-00 appeared in 2021 and hearkens back to classic entry-level models like the LG-0. It also adds a ‘Player Port’ on the upper bass bout that directs sound to the player. The G-00, now discontinued, was part of the ‘Generation’ series, which all feature the secondary sound hole.

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Price: $999.00 CAD
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Guild F212 NT 12 String Acoustic Guitar Natural, 1970

Guild F212 NT 12 String Acoustic Guitar Natural, 1970

Built from 1964 to 1982, the Guild F212 came with a Natural Top (NT) and was based around a 16 inch wide Jumbo body of Spruce and Mahogany. Here we’re looking at a Guild F212 NT built during 1970 in Westerly, Rhode Island. This model is built with a Sitka Spruce top, Tropical Mahogany for the sides, back, body blocks and neck, and Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard and bridge. This guitar is in good working condition and has had a number of repairs over the years.

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Price: $1,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Bourgeois Slope D Custom Adirondack Sunburst, 2005

⚌Reduced‼ Bourgeois Slope D Custom Adirondack Sunburst, 2005

The Bourgeois Slope D Custom aims to deliver the sound and feel of pre-WW2 round-shoulder dreadnoughts, a near ideal instrument for flat-picking styles. Dating to October 2005 and built in Lewiston, Maine, this Bourgeois Slope D Custom dreadnought is in very good condition with negligible wear. It features an Adirondack Spruce top, Mahogany for the sides, back, body blocks and neck, Ebony for the bridge, bound head plate and bound fingerboard, and Indian Rosewood for the heel cap.

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Price: $5,800.00 CAD $6,800.00 CAD
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Ibanez Musician MC100 Dark Stain, 1978

Ibanez Musician MC100 Dark Stain, 1978

Shown here is an Ibanez Musician MC100 solidbody, bolt-on electric built during 1978 and 1979 by Fuji-Gen in Nagoya, Japan. The Musician models were original design and very high-quality instruments and marked Ibanez’ move away from relying on copying other designs.

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Price: $1,300.00 CAD
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Martin 2-17 #25 Guitar Mahogany, 1930

Martin 2-17 #25 Guitar Mahogany, 1930

Here we’re looking at a Martin 2-17 #25 built during early 1930 in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, showing a 1929 feature – a straight saddle. Not long after this guitar was built, Martin shifted to slanted saddles, giving the bass strings a little more length for intonation purposes. Apparently 449 were built during 1930 with this saddle, and 50 with the slanted saddle.

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Price: $4,950.00 CAD
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Fender American Standard Telecaster Blonde, 1995

Fender American Standard Telecaster Blonde, 1995

Here we’re looking at a Fender American Standard Telecaster with an opaque Blonde finish, dating to 1995 in Corona, California, using three North American woods. The neck is Maple with Walnut covering the rear-mounted truss rod channel, and at this time the body was Alder. Fender also uses various types of Ash as a body wood. The fretwire is a medium-jumbo type, larger than ‘vintage’ styles and with the slightly ‘rolled’ 22-fret fingerboard edges provides a very comfortable, positive feel with plenty of traction for bending.

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Price: $1,450.00 CAD
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Fender Precision Bass Sunburst over White, 1969

Fender Precision Bass Sunburst over White, 1969

This Fender Precision Bass illustrates an interesting aspect of Fender production with a Sunburst over Olympic White finish. It is in very good playing condition, with light fret and fingerboard wear suggesting flat-wound strings. Visually, this is a real-life ‘relic’.

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Price: $9,500.00 CAD
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National Estralita Shaded Brown, 1936

National Estralita Shaded Brown, 1936

Here is a real rarity, a National Estralita single cone resonator guitar in Shaded Brown finish, likely built in Chicago during 1936. There are approximately seven known Estralitas, including this one numbered NO26. The National Estralita launched in 1934 and was built until 1942 as a 14-fret model, updating and replacing the 12-fret El Trovador.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ EB Music Man StingRay5 HH Vintage Burst, 2007

⚌Reduced‼ EB Music Man StingRay5 HH Vintage Burst, 2007

The EB Music Man StingRay5 HH was the five-string, two pickup version introduced in 2005 as an extension of the classic StingRay bass, itself first appearing in 1976. These solid, well built and versatile 5-string basses became very popular and have been relied on by professional basses.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD $2,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Les Godfrey Dragonetti Bass, 2002

⚌Reduced‼ Les Godfrey Dragonetti Bass, 2002

Here we have a rarity – a very early Les Godfrey Dragonetti bass, built during 2002 at Godfrey’s shop in Toronto, Canada. This bass, serial number 003, is in overall good condition and shows signs of having been used as intended. The design shows the influence of Carl Thompson, with whom Godfrey worked for a time.

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Price: $1,500.00 CAD $3,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Beneteau Jumbo Maple Natural, 1999

⚌Reduced‼  Beneteau Jumbo Maple Natural, 1999

Here we have a Marc Beneteau Jumbo steel string acoustic guitar combining Spruce and Maple, built during 1999 in St. Thomas, Ontario. Marc Beneteau has been building guitars since 1974 and his instruments are well built and well respected, and used by stellar players like Don Ross. This Marc Beneteau Jumbo pairs a Sitka Spruce top with figured Maple for the sides, back, and three-piece neck.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD $3,499.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Martin Custom Shop D-28 Natural, 2014

⚌Reduced‼  Martin Custom Shop D-28 Natural, 2014

This Martin Custom Shop D-28, built during 2014, is a beautiful instrument with a number of subtle differences from stock models.

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Price: $4,599.00 CAD $4,860.00 CAD
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Collings SoCo Deluxe Quilted Top Burst, 2010

Collings SoCo Deluxe Quilted Top Burst, 2010

Presented here is the exquisite Collings SoCo Deluxe boasting a mesmerizing Quilted Top adorned with a stunning Burst finish. Crafted in 2010 as a special edition for the NAMM Show, this instrument stands as a pinnacle of artisanal excellence.

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Price: $9,600.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ PRS McCarty Hollowbody Spruce Antique White, 1999

⚌Reduced‼  PRS McCarty Hollowbody Spruce Antique White, 1999

This PRS McCarty Hollowbody Spruce sports an Antique White finish and as a 1999 model is a very early and excellent condition example. Using the same shapes and layout as the solidbody McCarty models, the PRS McCarty Hollowbody Spruce is fully hollow with a carved Sitka Spruce top and carved Mahogany back, with Mahogany for the sides and neck.

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD $4,500.00 CAD
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Now Available‼ Hofner Reissue Violin and Club Basses

Now Available‼ Hofner Reissue Violin and Club Basses

A wide range of new Hofner Reissue Violin and Club Basses are in stock at The Twelfth Fret! Seen here are six brand new Hofner reissue 500/1 and 500/2 basses with reliced Varnish and Nitrocellulose Lacquer finishes.

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Sergei DeJonge Classical Guitar Black Limba, 2023

Sergei DeJonge Classical Guitar Black Limba, 2023

Seen here is a new Sergei de Jonge Classical Guitar with an elevated fingerboard, pairing a Cedar top with Black Limba for the sides, back and neck. The bracing is Spruce, the body blocks and linings are Mahogany. The bridge is Indian Rosewood and the fingerboard is Ebony. As is the case for most of de Jonge’s guitars, the finish is a hand-applied French Polish.

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Price: $9,500.00 CAD
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Guild Starfire VI Thinline Electric Blonde, 1974

Guild Starfire VI Thinline Electric Blonde, 1974

Seen here is a beautifully figured Flame Maple (blonde) Guild Starfire VI built near Newark, New Jersey around October of 1974. it is in overall rather good condition with a natural wear spot to the back finish, where the body would rest against the player’s belt. The hardware is gold plated, with Guild-branded Schaller tuners at the head (Grover Roto-Matics had been more commonly used), and Guild’s spacing-adjustable roller bridge.

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Price: $5,487.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Custom American Telecaster Sunburst, 2006

⚌Reduced‼   Fender Custom American Telecaster Sunburst, 2006

From 2006 at the Custom Shop, this Fender Custom American Telecaster sports a sunburst finish and a Glendale bridge plate and saddle set. The Fender Custom American Telecaster starts with a rather full, large ‘C’ profile, AAA grade birdseye Maple neck with an Indian Rosewood fingerboard, paired with a lightweight Ash body.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD $4,450.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Taylor GA3 Grand Auditorium Steel String Natural, 2010

⚌Reduced‼  Taylor GA3 Grand Auditorium Steel String Natural, 2010

Built from 2007 to 2012, the Taylor GA3 served as an entry point to the Grand Auditorium line, pairing a Sitka Spruce for the top and braces, with Sapele for the sides and back.

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Price: $1,099.99 CAD $1,200.00 CAD
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Oscar Munoz AP72 Classical Guitar French Polish, 2019

Oscar Munoz AP72 Classical Guitar French Polish, 2019

This Oscar Munoz AP72 Classical Guitar dates to May of 2019 and sports a French Polish finish over European Spruce, Indian Rosewood and Spanish Cedar. Typical of hand built models from Granada, this guitar is built in the Spanish style with an integrated ‘slipper’ heel neck to body joint. The top and top bracing are European Spruce, paired with Indian Rosewood for the sides, back and bridge.

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Price: $3,600.00 CAD
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Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet Black, 1959

Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet Black, 1959

Here’s a fantastic piece from early 1959, a Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet in Black Top finish. Just after this guitar was built, Gretsch altered the design to add a zero fret to the fingerboard. This is a great looking, playing and sounding guitar. It is one of the lightest electrics available at just over seven pounds (3.2kg), it plays well, and these Filter ‘Tron pickups are very good sounding. Introduced in 1954 just after the solid body, Pine capped 6130 Roundup, the chambered Duo Jet was aimed directly at Gibson’s Les Paul model, with a similar shape but very different yet hidden construction differences.

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Price: $9,500.00 CAD
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PRS SC-245 10 Top Solidbody Dark Cherry Burst, 2007

PRS SC-245 10 Top Solidbody Dark Cherry Burst, 2007

This PRS SC-245 10 Top in dark cherry sunburst is a thing of beauty, in very good clean and original condition. The SC-245 model has been in and out of production twice, from 2007 to 2009 and then 2013 to 2016.
Here we’re looking at a first-year PRS SC-245 10 Top, built during 2007 in Stevensville, Maryland. Based on the Singlecut body design, this guitar has a spectacular, highly figured bookmatched Quilted Maple top on a Mahogany back.

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ de Jonge Steel String Guitar French Polish, 2018

⚌Reduced‼ de Jonge Steel String Guitar French Polish, 2018

This Sergei de Jonge Steel String Guitar pairs a Sitka Spruce top with Padauk for the sides, back, head plate, backstrap and rosette. Built during 2018 in Chelsea Quebec, it is in very good, clean condition, and delivers a full, rich and complex sound. Like many guitars from the de Jonge shops, this model has a French Polish finish, providing protection to the woods with a minimal imposition on the guitar’s vibration.

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Price: $6,000.00 CAD $7,000.00 CAD
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Lakland USA Bob Glaub 44-64 Bass Sonic Blue, 2017

Lakland USA Bob Glaub 44-64 Bass Sonic Blue, 2017

Shown here is a Lakland USA Bob Glaub 44-64 Bass with Rosewood fingerboard and Sonic Blue finish, built during 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. Bob Glaub is a highly experienced American bassist who has long worked with Jackson Browne and many other top rank artists.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Reverend Rocco Bugeye Thinline Electric, 2002

⚌Reduced‼  Reverend Rocco Bugeye Thinline Electric, 2002

The Reverend Rocco was one of Joe Naylor’s first designs around 1996 and this 2002 model is seen with the Bugeye metal top finish. Built in Warren, Michigan during 2002, this example is in very good, clean condition with only light wear. Fairly unusually for Reverend Rocco models, this one is equipped with the Reverend Fulcrum tremolo; apparently this unit was installed to only 65 models.

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Price: $2,300.00 CAD $2,499.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray BFR Redwood Top, 2008

⚌Reduced‼ Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray BFR Redwood Top, 2008

Here’s something special – an Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray BFR Redwood Top 4-string bass, one of 100 built. These basses feature a highly figured Redwood top on an Ash body, paired to a Mahogany neck with Indian Rosewood fingerboard, patented compensated nut, and Ball Family Reserve octave inlay. The bass is in excellent condition with very little wear.

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Price: $3,850.00 CAD $4,250.00 CAD
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Gibson SG Standard Walnut with Bigsby, 1973

Gibson SG Standard Walnut with Bigsby, 1973

Shown here is an original condition Gibson SG Standard with optional Bigsby from 1973, in Walnut finish and originally sold at Mamelok LTD in Manchester, England, which closed in 1993. The Gibson SG Standard launched with the SG name in 1963, but really first appeared in 1961 as a radical redesign of the Les Paul model.

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Price: $3,850.00 CAD
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Fender Precision Bass Natural, 1979

Fender Precision Bass Natural, 1979

Introduced in 1951 and still in production with relatively minor changes, the Fender Precision Bass is an example of a designer getting almost everything right. Immediately, it almost completely displacing the upright bass it was intended to challenge, and it has become one of the most-used and most-recorded instruments in history.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Bourgeois Custom D LSH Large Sound Hole, 2015

Bourgeois Custom D LSH Large Sound Hole, 2015

This spectacular Bourgeois Custom D LSH Large Sound Hole, 2015- is part of a series of instruments offered around the 2015 Summer NAMM show. Dated to June 5, 2015 at Lewiston Maine, this pairs an Adirondack Spruce top with premium Brazilian Rosewood for the sides, back and head plate.

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Price: $12,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Cromwell G-4 Archtop Guitar by Gibson, 1935

⚌Reduced‼ Cromwell G-4 Archtop Guitar by Gibson, 1935

The Cromwell G-4 archtop guitar was built by Gibson from 1935 to 1939 and sold to various retailers and catalog distributors. Inside this guitar, visible through the bass F-hole is a well-preserved yellow label reading ‘New York Band Instrument Company’ indicating that it was sold by that company, at the time a large music store in New York City, but gone by 1950.

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Price: $1,950.00 CAD $2,150.00 CAD
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Martin D-18GE 1934 Golden Era Dreadnought Natural, 2015

Martin D-18GE 1934 Golden Era Dreadnought Natural, 2015

Built around February of 2015, this Martin D-18GE 1934 Golden Era Dreadnought sports an Adirondack Spruce top and a Natural finish. Martin’s Golden Era D-18 models were first built during 1995 and based on a 1937 model. From 1999 to 2016, they were based on a 1934 model, and then replaced by the Authentic series.

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Price: $3,950.00 CAD
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Hermann Hauser II #716 Classical Guitar, 1962

Hermann Hauser II #716 Classical Guitar, 1962

Built during 1962 in Reisbach Bavaria, this beautiful Hermann Hauser II #716 classical guitar is a wonderful instrument in good condition. It’s hard to overstate the influence Hermann Hauser Senior and his son Hermann Hauser II had on the development of the classical guitar.

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Price: $65,000.00 USD
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Gibson R8 Les Paul Standard Cherry Burst 2007

Gibson R8 Les Paul Standard Cherry Burst 2007

The Gibson R8 Les Paul Standard is a faithful re-creation of the early, legendary Burst models that featured the then-newly invented humbucking pickups. Introduced in late 1957, these new ‘Standard’ models also replaced the original metallic gold top finish with a sunburst. The Les Paul Custom also carried the new hardware, but kept its black finish and gold hardware.

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Price: $4,499.99 CAD $4,999.99 CAD
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Gibson L-4C Archtop with DeArmond Rhythm Chief Pickup, 1959

Gibson L-4C Archtop with DeArmond Rhythm Chief Pickup, 1959

Seen here is a Gibson L-4C cutaway archtop acoustic guitar with an original DeArmond Rhythm Chief 1100 pickup with its ‘Monkey on a Stick’ mount. This fine vintage guitar very much looks the part, and it plays well. The 16-inch wide Gibson L-4C was introduced in 1949 and came to replace the non-cutaway L-4. That model first appeared in 1912 as an oval-hole archtop, with F-holes becoming available in 1935 and finally discontinued in 1956.

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Price: $8,500.00 CAD
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McSpadden Mountain Dulcimer

McSpadden Mountain Dulcimer

The McSpadden Mountain Dulcimer Company of Arkansas made their first mountain dulcimer in 1962. The Mountain dulcimer has been popular on the folk scene for many decades. We have just started to detect a renewed interest in this easy-to-play historic instrument and have imported an exceptional quality American hand made example that features solid Walnut construction with geared tuners, heart shaped sound holes and a carved scroll peghead!

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Price: $808.00 CAD
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Collings 290 Solidbody Pelham Blue, 2018

Collings 290 Solidbody Pelham Blue, 2018

While the source of the name given to this Collings 290 may seem obvious as it’s got two P90 pickups, it’s really a reference to the road outside the Collings shop. Drawing from a few traditional solidbody models, the 290 was launched in 2006 at the NAMM show, and has been in production since. Built during 2018 in Austin Texas, this Pelham Blue Collings 290 has some differences from current production.

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Bass Blonde, 1972

Fender Telecaster Bass Blonde, 1972

The Fender Telecaster Bass launched in the surprisingly late year of 1968, though its appearance is very much like the original, revolutionary 1951 Precision Bass. From a modern perspective, there isn’t a lot to the Fender Telecaster Bass.

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Price: $5,450.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Pro Deluxe Black, 1978

Gibson Les Paul Pro Deluxe Black, 1978

The Gibson Les Paul Pro Deluxe was built from 1978 to 1982 and blended features of several previous Les Paul models. Based on the Les Paul Deluxe, the Pro Deluxe had P-90’s in place of mini-humbuckers, a Maple neck and Ebony fingerboard with trapezoidal position markers.

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Supreme Translucent Amber, 2003

Gibson Les Paul Supreme Translucent Amber, 2003

Introduced in 2003 and built at the Nashville Tennessee shop, the Gibson Les Paul Supreme is a high-end take on the classic design and features carved, highly figured Maple top and back. The construction of the Gibson Les Paul Supreme differs from the standard Les Paul though it uses the same basic materials as the Les Paul Custom. The carved top and back set are bookmatched, highly flamed Maple, on either side of a chambered Mahogany core

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Price: $5,000.00 CAD
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John Greven Prairie State Doug Jones Special Sunburst, 2002

John Greven Prairie State Doug Jones Special Sunburst, 2002

Here is a rarity! A John Greven Prairie State Model ‘Doug Jones Special’ jumbo steel string from the early 2000’s. This beautiful piece is built with a Spruce top, Flame Maple for the back, sides and neck, and Brazilian Rosewood for the bridge and bound fingerboard. The binding, heel cap, head plate and pickguard are faux tortoise. Tuners are Waverly open gear models with creme plastic buttons.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Ernie Ball Music Man Edward Van Halen Trans Purple, 1993

Ernie Ball Music Man Edward Van Halen Trans Purple, 1993

Available from 1991 to 1995, the Ernie Ball Music Man Edward Van Halen was designed and built to EVH’s requirements for recording and touring. After 1995, the model was renamed the Axis, with the construction remaining the same – a basswood body with a figured Maple top and a Maple neck with 10 inch radius and 22 frets.

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Price: $8,975.00 CAD
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Godin Montreal Premiere HT Sunburst, 2016

Godin Montreal Premiere HT Sunburst, 2016

Introduced in 2013 at the winter NAMM show, the Godin Montreal Premiere HT has a thin trestle-braced arched top body and is ideal for jazz players. This Godin Montreal Premiere HT example is in very good, clean condition, dates to the first months of 2016 and was built at the Godin shops in La Patrie, Quebec with a mixture of domestic and imported woods. The top, back and sides are locally sourced Wild Cherry laminate with a Trestle or ML bracing system that supports and damps the body while reducing weight, and provides anchor points for the stop tailpiece.

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Price: $1,399.99 CAD
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National Style 2.5 Tricone Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, Nickel, 1930

National Style 2.5 Tricone Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, Nickel, 1930

The National Style 2.5 Tricone Squareneck, or ‘Style Two and a Half’ is very close to the Style 2, with just a rose engraving on coverplate’s hand rest making the difference. Introduced in 1927, the Style 2 was the top of the National line, with a  brass body with nickel plating. The wooden components, such as the headstock, are Mahogany, except for the Ebony fingerboard. National Resophonic guitars were a radical, major innovation in musical instrument design.

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Price: $5,500.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherryburst, 1980

Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherryburst, 1980

Here’s a Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherry Sunburst dating to October 22, 1980, sporting a Cherry Sunburst finish and a non-weight relieved, non-pancake body! The Les Paul model was introduced in 1952 as Gibson’s entry into the then-new solidbody ‘Spanish’ electric guitar field, where ‘Spanish’ refers to the way the guitar is held.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Classic Custom Silverburst, 2007

Gibson Les Paul Classic Custom Silverburst, 2007

As Guitar of the Week number 16 in 2007, this Gibson Les Paul Classic Custom in Silverburst is one of 400 built. The Classic Custom was offered from 2007 to 2008, and from 2011 to 2012. Merging elements of the Les Paul Classic and Custom models, the Gibson Les Paul Classic Custom starts with a weight-relieved Mahogany body with carved Maple cap paired with a Mahogany neck and Ebony fingerboard.

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD
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Beard Squareneck and Roundneck Resonator Guitars

Beard Squareneck and Roundneck Resonator Guitars

New Beard resonator guitars in squareneck and roundneck models, including the new Radio Standard line have arrived! The Radio-E comes standard with Beard #14 spider and hand spun Beard Legend Cone™, a black tailpiece and black Radio™ coverplate. All Radio Standards come standard with Gotoh tuners. The Radio-RFB comes standard with a hand spun Beard biscuit cone and a black tailpiece and black sieve coverplate.

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Guild S-300 Solidbody Electric Tobacco Burst, 1976

Guild S-300 Solidbody Electric Tobacco Burst, 1976

Here we’re looking at a very early Guild S-300 with a bolt-on Maple neck, built in late 1976 before the switch to a set-neck design. The S-300 was an original design, moving away from the rather derivative ‘SG’ shaped S-100 though much of the hardware and wiring was shared.

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Price: $2,199.99 CAD
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House 000 12 String 12 Fret Guitar Natural, 2023

House 000 12 String 12 Fret Guitar Natural, 2023

Here we have a lovely Josh House 000 12 String, 12 Fret model built during 2023 with Bearclaw figured SitkaSpruce for the top and ‘Fallen Giant’ Mahogany for the sides, back and neck. Mahogany is also used for the body blocks and linings. The head plate, bridge and and fingerboard are African Blackwood, with Box Elder for the headstock logo and Curly Maple for binding.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD
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Rickenbacker 4005XC 90th Anniversary Amber FireGlo, 2022

Rickenbacker 4005XC 90th Anniversary Amber FireGlo, 2022

The Rickenbacker 4005XC was built for the company’s 90th Anniversary as a limited edition model. It was available for dealer order for one week during January 2021. Starting with the original 1958 to mid-1964 style 360 body subsequently used on the 330 models, the Rickenbacker 4005XC is then fitted with a 30.5 inch (774.7mm) 24-fret neck with Cresting Wave headstock.

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Price: $7,000.00 CAD
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Pensa Custom MK-1 Tobacco Sunburst, 1995

Pensa Custom MK-1 Tobacco Sunburst, 1995

Shown here is a Pensa Custom MK-1 built during 1995 in New York City by Rudy Pensa. The MK designation stands for Mark Knopfler. The original MK model was designed by Pensa and Knopfler to create a guitar capable of sounding like the 1961 Strat and 1958 Les Paul Knopfler was using on stage, allowing him to use only one guitar.

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Price: $7,500.00 CAD
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Martin 0-17 Steel String Guitar Mahogany, 1936

Martin 0-17 Steel String Guitar Mahogany, 1936

The Martin 0-17 has at least two major distinctions, as one of Martin’s oldest defined styles, and their first production steel string model. Martin’s Style 17 first appeared in 1874 as a fairly plain model, and was discontinued from 1898 to 1906.

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Price: $7,999.99 CAD
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Hofner Violin Bass Vintage ’61 Left Handed Burst, 2023

Hofner Violin Bass Vintage '61 Left Handed Burst, 2023

The Hofner Violin Bass Vintage ’61, seen here in its Left Handed form reflects the evolution of the classic bass now mostly known as the ‘Beatle Bass’. Quite rare, the Hofner Violin Bass Vintage ’61 features a solid carved Spruce top, with Flame maple sides and flat back.

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Price: $4,950.00 CAD
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!! Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1975

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!! Gibson Les Paul Deluxe GoldTop, 1975

Making its debut appearance in 1969, the Gibson Les Paul Deluxe layout was based on the 1950’s pre-humbucker P-90 models. The Deluxe body construction uses the same Maple cap on a Mahogany back as the Standard humbucker version, but the pickup routes accept either P-90s or mini-humbuckers which are mounted in P-90 sized support rings.

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Price: $5,999.99 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Hofner Gold Label Club Bass NOS Red, 2015

⚌Reduced‼  Hofner Gold Label Club Bass NOS Red, 2015

Here’ s a new, old stock 2015 Hofner Gold Label Club Bass in solid red! The Club Bass is also known as the 500/2 – the 500/1 is the iconic violin shaped ‘Beatle Bass’. This is a ‘Gold Label’ model, one of a limited edition in custom colour. These models are built at the primary Hofner plant in Hagenau, Bavaria and are not always easy to find available for sale.

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Price: $3,775.00 CAD $4,200.00 CAD
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Gibson RD Artist Bass Antique Natural, 2018

Gibson RD Artist Bass Antique Natural, 2018

The Gibson RD Artist Bass were built during 2018, revisiting the original RD Basses from 1977 to 1981. These distinctive basses draw from Gibson’s original Firebird and Thunderbird designs, but are definitely not copies. The early RD Bass line consisted of two models, the Standard, and Artist. Construction was Maple for the body and Laminated Maple for the neck, with a Maple fingerboard.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Shoreline Gold Refinish, 1963

Fender Telecaster Shoreline Gold Refinish, 1963

The Peghead is a small private shop next to George Furlanetto’s FBass shop. While the maple-neck Fender Telecaster was being quite successfully produced in almost its original form, by 1959 Fender wanted to widen the appeal of its instruments.

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Price: $12,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Gibson ES-335TD CRS Country Rock Stereo Sunburst, 1979

⚌Reduced‼  Gibson ES-335TD CRS Country Rock Stereo Sunburst, 1979

Here we are treated to a real rarity! In 1979, the Gibson ES-335TD CRS – Country Rock Stereo – appeared in a limited run of 300 pieces. These were hot-rodded versions of the standard 335. A less elaborate version, the Country Rock Regular was also sold, with standard mono wiring and stop tailpiece. This example is in good condition with light fret and play wear, but a few marks to the back finish. It plays well, and the electronics setup offers a wide range of tonal options.

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Price: $4,500.00 CAD $4,999.99 CAD
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Gibson SJ Steel String Acoustic Refinish Sunburst, 1957

Gibson SJ Steel String Acoustic Refinish Sunburst, 1957

Introduced in 1942 and produced until 1977, the sunburst Gibson SJ (Southern Jumbo) was a fancier J-45, apparently aimed at the Southern US market. In 1954, a Natural finish top was offered as the SJN – Southern Jumbo Natural – but in 1955 that became the Country Western model until 1960, and then was the SJN again. Gibson re-issued the SJ in 1991 and it is still a production model.

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Price: $5,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Custom Shop ‘Blackie’ Eric Clapton Signature Stratocaster, 2008

⚌Reduced‼ Fender Custom Shop 'Blackie' Eric Clapton Signature Stratocaster, 2008

Here is a Fender ‘Blackie’ Eric Clapton Signature Stratocaster which was built during 2008 and is in great original condition. This model, introduced in 2004 and built by a team (as distinct from one master builder) features an Alder body and soft-V 22-fret, 9.5 inch radius Maple neck, with a Custom Shop logo and Clapton signature above ‘Blackie’ on the back of the head.

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Price: $3,799.99 CAD $4,595.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Sunburst, 1958

⚌Reduced‼  Fender Stratocaster Sunburst, 1958

Showing distinct signs of having been used as intended, this Fender Stratocaster Sunburst was built during 1958 in Fullerton, California. Introduced in 1954 as the successor to the Telecaster, work on the Fender Stratocaster began in 1951.

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Price: $38,500.00 CAD $42,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Gibson Les Paul Special TV Yellow, 1958

⚌Reduced‼  Gibson Les Paul Special TV Yellow, 1958

The Gibson Les Paul Special TV model appeared in 1955, with the ‘TV’ referring to a special ‘limed’ finish intended to make the guitar more visible on black and white televisions and films. This finish had become available in 1954 on the Les Paul TV, a single-pickup Les Paul Junior. Both models used a slab Mahogany body with no Maple cap, and a Mahogany neck, with a bound Rosewood fingerboard, which into the mid 1960’s meant Brazilian Rosewood.

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Price: $23,500.00 CAD $28,500.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Ramirez 1a Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1969

❌SOLD❌ Ramirez 1a Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1969

Ramirez 1a flamenco guitars are built in the traditional Spanish style at the ‘home’ workshop. The guitar centers on a ‘slipper foot’ neck to body joint, with the sides fitting into slots cut into the heel block. The body pairs a Spruce top with Cypress back and sides – a very light wood in terms of weight and colouring, also providing a lot of brightness to the tone.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD
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Gibson Tal Farlow, 1967

Gibson Tal Farlow, 1967

This  Gibson Tal Farlow is a rare model. Named after the renowned jazz guitarist Tal Farlow, who played Gibson guitars throughout the ’50s where this model was designed to meet Farlow’s demands for a guitar that combined superb playability with a rich, resonant tone. 

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Price: $12,999.99 CAD
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Fender 67 Tele Closet Classic Black, 2005

Fender 67 Tele Closet Classic Black, 2005

This Fender 67 Tele Closet Classic sports a period correct Rosewood fingerboard and was built during April 2005 in Corona, California. Built to original 1967 specs pairing an Ash body with an Indian Rosewood Maple neck, this guitar also includes all original style hardware – the Schaller made F-stamped tuners, Ashtray style bridge and custom shop pickups.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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Hammertone Deluxe Mandotar Prototype Sunburst, 1990s

Hammertone Deluxe Mandotar Prototype Sunburst, 1990s

The Hammertone Deluxe Mandotar is a very interesting instrument. Built in George Furlanetto’s FBass workshop in Hamilton, Ontario and drawing from the 1964 – 1968 Vox Mando Guitar or Octave 12, these are like a solidbody electric 12 string with a capo at the octave fret. The size and layout is much like a mandolin.

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Price: $2,500.00 CAD
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Sakurai No.8 Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 1977

Sakurai No.8 Cedar Top Classical Guitar, 1977

The M. Sakurai No.8 Cedar Top Classical guitars, indeed the entire line of Masaki Sakurai models, are under-appreciated gems. The set of guitars with labels reading ‘M. Sakurai Supervised by M. Kohno’ are from the period where Masaki Sakurai was still learning the craft from his uncle, Masaru Kohno.

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Price: $1,450.00 CAD
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PRS Swamp Ash Special Trans Red, 2002

PRS Swamp Ash Special Trans Red, 2002

Built from 1996 to 2009, the PRS Swamp Ash Special featured a solid Swamp Ash body with the trademark PRS contouring, a 22-fret bolt on neck and a center single coil pickup. Based on a built up, carved top block of Swamp Ash paired with a bolt on Maple neck, the PRS Swamp Ash Special is a straightforward model. A pair of humbuckers bracket a Seymour Duncan Vintage Rail single coil format pickup, with a pickup selector, master volume and push/pull master tone control providing coil tap options

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Price: $2,400.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Collings D-42A Dreadnought Natural, 2007

⚌Reduced‼  Collings D-42A Dreadnought Natural, 2007

Combining classic D body construction and ’42’ style trim, this 2007 Collings D-42A dreadnought pairs Adirondack Spruce with Indian Rosewood. This sonic cannon delivers much more than good looks and top quality construction. Now out of production, the Collings D-42A sat at the top of Collings’ ‘Traditional’ line.

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Price: $8,999.00 CAD $9,500.00 CAD
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Santa Cruz OM Pre-War (OM-PW) Natural, 2010

Santa Cruz OM Pre-War (OM-PW)  Natural, 2010

Here we have a very nicely preserved Santa Cruz OM Pre-War model in its stock configuration, pairing a Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood for the back and sides. This lovely piece is in great shape with only light wear to the finish and negligible fret wear.

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Price: $5,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Eastman AR910CE LH Archtop Electric Sunburst, 2004

⚌Reduced‼ Eastman AR910CE LH Archtop Electric Sunburst, 2004

The Eastman AR910CE LH – Left Handed – is pretty much the top of the Eastman line of archtop electrics, with solid wood throughout and carved top and back. It’s fairly unusual to see an available high quality left-handed archtop. The top and its bracing are solid Spruce, paired with nicely flamed and matched Flame Maple for the sides and back.

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Price: $2,999.99 CAD $3,200.00 CAD
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Gibson Satin 335 Dot Trans Ebony, 2006

Gibson Satin 335 Dot Trans Ebony, 2006

For 2006, the Memphis plant introduced the Gibson Satin 335, a somewhat stripped down version of the classic design. Most noticeably, the fingerboard was unbound and the finish is satin – sunburst, cherry or translucent black as seen here. Later versions seem to have restored the fingerboard binding. These models were discontinued with the Memphis plant itself in 2019.

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Price: $2,800.00 CAD
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Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Natural, 1973

Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Natural, 1973

The Mahogany body Martin D-18 has been a benchmark guitar since its 1931 debut alongside the Rosewood bodied D-28. These two guitars have been reliably delivering solid tone on countless stages, homes and recordings for over 90 years. Originally conceived for the Ditson company in 1917, the Dreadnought body used on these guitars represented a significant departure from guitar designs at the time.

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Price: $3,850.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Ramirez 1a Spruce, 1986

⚌Reduced‼ Ramirez 1a Spruce, 1986

The Ramirez 1a or Tradicional, seen here with a Spruce top, has for been a benchmark of top quality classical and flamenco guitars for over half a century. The 1a designation technically refers to the quality of the materials and workmanship, but has become associated with the Tradicional model.

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Price: $5,900.00 CAD $6,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Kolya Panhuyzen Maple Body Classical Guitar Natural, 1987

⚌Reduced‼ Kolya Panhuyzen Maple Body Classical Guitar Natural, 1987

Here is another fine and unusual guitar, a Kolya Panhuyzen Maple Body Classical model built in Toronto, Canada during 1987. Kolya Panhuyzen grew up around classical guitar construction and worked with his uncle, Edgar Monch, in both Germany and Toronto.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD $4,500.00 CAD
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Fender American Vintage ’62 Jazz Bass Sunburst, 2006

Fender American Vintage '62 Jazz Bass Sunburst, 2006

The Fender American Vintage ’62 Jazz Bass was built from 1999 to 2002. As part of the American Vintage series, this bass reprises the early specifications of the highly influential successor to the revolutionary Precision bass.

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Price: $2,500.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Sunburst, 1993

Gibson Les Paul Standard Sunburst, 1993

Presented here is a splendid 1993 Gibson Les Paul Standard, thoughtfully enhanced with a host of wiring and hardware upgrades. This meticulously preserved instrument retains all of its original components, while introducing noteworthy improvements.

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Larrivee J-25 12 String Jumbo Natural, 1990

Larrivee J-25 12 String Jumbo Natural, 1990

The Larrivee J-25 follows the successful Jumbo 12-string design, used to great success by Guild and based on the Gibson super jumbo body originating in the late 1930s. This example of Larrivee J-25 production dates to January 29, 1990 and was built in Victoria, British Columbia. The model number identifies it as a J body – Jumbo – in 25 trim, with Sitka Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides

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Price: $2,699.99 CAD
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EVH Art Series ‘Reno’ by Charvel #268, 2008

EVH Art Series 'Reno' by Charvel #268, 2008

This Charvel EVH Art Series model #268, was used on stage by Edward Van Halen in Reno, Nevada on April 17, 2008. The EVH Art Series was introduced following the end of Edward Van Halen’s contract with Peavey in 2004. These limited series, high end models were intended to be sold at auction, and a specific set was built for use within concerts in the 2007 / 2008 tours.

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Price: $75,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Taylor Custom GA Walnut Natural NOS, 2015

⚌Reduced‼ Taylor Custom GA Walnut Natural NOS, 2015

Here’s a great deal on a New, Old Stock (NOS) Taylor Custom GA in Spruce and Figured Walnut, dating to early 2015 and at a significant price reduction! As the name suggests, the Taylor Custom GA is from Taylor’s Custom programme, sometimes known as BTO or ‘Build To Order’. The GA stands for Grand Auditorium, one of the larger body sizes but smaller than a Jumbo or Dreadnought.

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Price: $3,600.00 CAD $5,899.00 CAD
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Gibson Jimi Hendrix Psychedelic Flying V ‘Love Drops’, 2006

Gibson Jimi Hendrix Psychedelic Flying V 'Love Drops', 2006

Based on a stock, black 1967 model, the Gibson Jimi Hendrix Psychedelic Flying V features the ‘Love Drops’ patterns Hendrix hand painted likely using nail polish or model paints. This Gibson Jimi Hendrix Psychedelic Flying V dates to 2006 as number 79 of 300, and built at the Gibson Nashville Custom Shop. It is in excellent condition with the original black Gibson Custom branded hard shell case but no Certificate of Authenticity.

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Price: $17,500.00 CAD
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Gibson Moderne Heritage Limited Natural, 1982

Gibson Moderne Heritage Limited Natural, 1982

Here’s one of the rarest of all Gibson guitars – the Gibson Moderne, designed and registered in June 1957 but not put into production until 1982! At the end of the 1950’s, Gibson had to respond to the Fender juggernaut with flashy new designs, and Ted McCarty developed three in co-operation with prominent Detroit auto designer Ray Dietrich. These three designs, the Explorer, Flying V and Moderne were registered with the US Patent and Trade Mark Office during 1958.

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Price: $20,000.00 CAD
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Alvarez DYM60HDE Dreadnought Adirondack Natural, 2023

Alvarez DYM60HDE Dreadnought Adirondack Natural, 2023

The Alvarez DYM60HDE is based on a guitar designed and built for Jack Pearson, a highly respected American guitarist and once a member of the Allman Brothers Band, and sits at the higher end of the Alvarez line since its introduction around 2018.

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Price: $3,750.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Peavey T-60 Natural, 1978

⚌Reduced‼ Peavey T-60 Natural, 1978

Introduced in late 1977 for the 1978 model year, the Peavey T-60 and its mate the T-40 bass were the first wave of Peavey guitars. Well built, versatile and relatively inexpensive, these instruments rapidly became fairly popular. The T-60’s production ran from 1978 to 1988. Here we’re looking at an early Peavey T-60, built during 1978 in Meridian, Mississippi.

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Price: $1,000.00 CAD $1,550.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Martin D-18 Dreadnought Natural, 1943

❌SOLD❌ Martin D-18 Dreadnought Natural, 1943

Seen here is a wartime (WW2!) Martin D-18 Dreadnought, built during 1943 at Nazareth PA and in great playing condition. Accompanied by a recent appraisal from George Gruhn, this piece is in structurally very good condition with wear expected for over 80 years of use. The back of the head does not have a ‘Made in USA’ stamp, which was typically used to identify guitars built for export, particularly to Canada.

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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Lenny Breau’s Ramirez 1a Flamenco Guitar, 1961

Lenny Breau's Ramirez 1a Flamenco Guitar, 1961

Here is an historic piece – one of Lenny Breau’s Ramirez 1a Flamenco Guitars, built during 1961 and used during many appearances with Lenny as seen in the attached clips. The first clip is from is a CBC documentary from 1968 with Lenny playing the guitar with its distinctive friction tuners, and the visible, protective tap plates (Golpeador). Note the technical deviation from ‘strictly traditional’ Flamenco style – the use of a thumbpick, very likely a Chet Atkins influence.

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Price: $19,500.00 USD
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National Mike Dowling Signature El Trovador Natural, 2008

National Mike Dowling Signature El Trovador Natural, 2008

Designed in collaboration with Mike Dowling, the National Mike Dowling Signature El Trovador is a single cone guitar patterned after the famous National El Trovador between 1932 and 1933. The National Mike Dowling El Trovador guitar features a large, 4 inch deep body built from mahogany laminate with a wooden soundwell for the resonator.

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Price: $4,000.00 CAD
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Huss and Dalton FS Steel String Guitar Natural, 2010

Huss and Dalton FS Steel String Guitar Natural, 2010

While the majority of the guitars we see are based on historically established designs, models like the Huss and Dalton FS break newer ground in adapting to modern player requirements. Here we’re looking at a Huss and Dalton FS, cutaway for upper register access, with Spruce top, Indian Rosewood back and sides, Mahogany neck with bound Ebony fingerboard, and Ebony bridge.

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Price: $5,250.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Rosewood Telecaster 69 Reissue, 2007

⚌Reduced‼  Fender Rosewood Telecaster 69 Reissue, 2007

The Fender Rosewood Telecaster ’69 Reissue was built by the Fender Custom Shop during 2007 as a limited release ending December 31 of that year. Few of the originals were built or sold. The most well known of the Fender Rosewood Telecasters was the one owned by George Harrison, used on the Let It Be album and the ill-fated rooftop concert.

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Price: $5,250.00 CAD $6,500.00 CAD
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Gibson ES-137 Silver Top Thinline Archtop, 2002

Gibson ES-137 Silver Top Thinline Archtop, 2002

This is a very nice condition and unusual early Gibson ES-137 Silver Top model dating to March 29, 2002 at Memphis Tennessee; this model was built from 2002 to 2015. The Gibson ES-137 was launched in 2002 and combines the looks of the ES-175 and the performance practicalities of the ES-335 lineup. The body shape is very much like the ES-175, but the body is a thinline style with a solid center block.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD
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Taylor Custom GS-12 Natural, 2021

Taylor Custom GS-12 Natural, 2021

This Taylor Custom GS-12 shows off the tonal and playability reasons why this company makes some of the best and most popular 12’s. The GS (Grand Symphony) body is large but comfortable, the neck is strong but slim enough to scamper around on, and the sound can easily fill a room.

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Price: $2,899.00 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Blonde All Original, 1968

Fender Telecaster Blonde All Original, 1968

The Fender Telecaster is arguably one of the most significant advances in the development of electric guitars; not the very first, but the first successfully mass produced solidbody electric. This is a Fender Telecaster Blonde in the classic Blonde finish, built during 1968 in Fullerton and in very good original condition, with its original hard shell case. It’s fairly rare to see examples of these in this good, original condition.

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Price: $19,500.00 CAD
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Gibson ES-175D Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1955

Gibson ES-175D Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1955

The Gibson ES-175D was formally introduced in 1953 as the Double P-90 pickup version of the single-pickup ES-175. Informally, a few were shipped in 1951 and 1952 but without the ‘D’ designation. This guitar came onto the scene in 1949 as a single pickup archtop with a sharp Florentine cutaway, Maple laminate body construction, Mahogany neck and Rosewood bridge and bound fingerboard.

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Price: $8,999.99 CAD
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Martin 00-28C Classical Brazilian Rosewood, 1968

Martin 00-28C Classical Brazilian Rosewood, 1968

The Martin 00-28C was the top of Martin’s classical guitar line, featuring Brazilian Rosewood back and sides and a fan-braced Sitka Spruce top. The fingerboard and bridge are Ebony, with Mahogany for the body blocks and neck. The bracing is Spruce, and the neck attachment style is a dovetail joint.

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Price: $5,250.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Hippner Romanillos Brazilian Classical, 2012

⚌Reduced‼  Hippner Romanillos Brazilian Classical, 2012

Built in a tiny corner of the USA, this Darren Hippner Romanillos style classical guitar illustrates why its maker has such a good reputation. This slightly short-scale guitar – 25 inches or 635mm- was built during 2012 and no longer appears in his listing of available models.

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Price: $6,250.00 CAD $7,000.00 CAD
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Gibson ES-135H Semi-Hollow Archtop Red, 2003

Gibson ES-135H Semi-Hollow Archtop Red, 2003

The Gibson ES-135H was the ‘Humbucker’ equipped version of the ES-135, a single-cut Semi-Hollow Archtop built in Memphis from 1991 to 2004. Many of these models used P-100 pickups – a stacked humbucker with the outline of a P-90. Some models used a Trapeze tailpiece, others as seen here a standard Tune-O-Matic and Stop Tailpiece combination.

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Price: $2,500.00 CAD
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Epiphone Elitist ES-335 Natural, 2006

Epiphone Elitist ES-335 Natural, 2006

Here is an excellent Epiphone Elitist ES-335 /NA in Natural finish, built during 2006 at the Terada plant in Nagoya, Japan. This is the same plant that builds many pro-line guitars, including Gretsch models, and this guitar illustrates the quality of their work. The Epiphone Elitist ES-335 is based on an early 1960’s Gibson ES-335 with dot position markers, but it is not an exact copy.

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Price: $3,250.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Natural Finish, 1977

⚌Reduced‼ Fender Stratocaster Natural Finish, 1977

This Fender Stratocaster Natural, has an Ash body with Maple neck and was built during 1977 in Fullerton California and with a few period modifications – a brass nut and saddles, and EMG pickups. During the 1970’s and 1980’s, many players sought new ways to customize their instruments for new sounds and capabilities, and this led to the proliferation of third-party parts and pickup suppliers.

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Price: $2,750.00 CAD $3,250.00 CAD
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Gibson EH-500 Skylark Lap Steel Guitar Natural Korina, 1962

Gibson EH-500 Skylark Lap Steel Guitar Natural Korina, 1962

The Gibson EH-500 Skylark, built from 1956 to 1968, was built in the waning days of the popularity of Hawaiian music; the EH stands for Electric Hawaiian in the same way that the ES designation stands for Electric Spanish. In 1968, Gibson ceased production of not only the Skylark, but their entire line of steel guitars.

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Price: $1,250.00 CAD
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Vicente Carrillo Pasion Flamenco Negra Spruce and Cocobolo, 2014

Vicente Carrillo Pasion Flamenco Negra Spruce and Cocobolo, 2014

This Vicente Carrillo Pasion Flamenco Negra model, was built during 2014 in Casasimarro, Cuenca Spain where his family has built since 1744; Vicente is the seventh generation. Casasimarro is roughly between Madrid and Valencia, about 220km southeast of Madrid. Vicente Carrillo has been building instruments all his working life.

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Price: $5,000.00 CAD
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Gibson ES-150D Electric Double Cutaway Archtop Walnut, 1974

Gibson ES-150D Electric Double Cutaway Archtop Walnut, 1974

Here’s another rarity – the Gibson ES-150D, a double cutaway, full depth hollow body electric archtop built as late as 1974 at the unionized Kalamazoo plant during the Norlin years. Drawing inspiration from the venerable ES-150 model – introduced in 1936 with the ‘Charlie Christian’ pickup and built until 1956 – the Gibson ES-150D is unusual.

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Price: $4,899.99 CAD
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Guild Capri CE-100D Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1965

Guild Capri CE-100D Archtop Electric Sunburst, 1965

Here we’re looking at a Guild Capri CE-100D from 1965 in overall good condition, looking like it has been used as intended over the years. Built from 1956 until 1982, the Guild Capri CE-100D was a fully hollow body archtop electric with a Florentine cutaway and a pair of pickups. The CE-100D was the Double pickup version of the single-pickup CE-100; at first, Franz pickups were used, then DeArmond, and in 1963 Guild’s new Anti-Hum pickups were fitted.

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Price: $4,500.00 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: $13,099.00 CAD
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Overwater Scott Devine Model 4 J Series Bass Natural, 2017 (No Longer Available)

Overwater Scott Devine Model 4 J Series Bass Natural, 2017 (No Longer Available)

This Overwater Scott Devine Model 4 J Series Bass dates to 21 August 2017, and features a Swamp Ash body paired with a 33 inch scale Birdseye Maple neck. It also includes Overwater’s own active electronics, powered by a single 9v battery.

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Price: $3,500.00 CAD
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Manuel Rodriguez e Hijos Model D Rio Madagascar Spruce Top, 2007

Manuel Rodriguez e Hijos Model D Rio Madagascar Spruce Top, 2007

The Manuel Rodriguez e Hijos line comes from celebrated Spanish builder Manuel Rodriguez, as affordable quality production models. These guitars, now discontinued, were built in a larger Rodriguez-owned shop in Esquivias, about 45 minutes south of Madrid.

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Price: $1,750.00 CAD
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REDUCED!! PRS Custom 24 Sunburst, 2007

REDUCED!! PRS Custom 24 Sunburst, 2007

The PRS Custom 24 is the guitar that really started PRS in the production guitar world at the end of 1985. Blending the best elements of other designs in an elegant and attractive package, the Custom 24 has been at the core of the PRS line since its introduction.

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Price: $3,300.00 CAD $3,500.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Epiphone Texan FT79N Steel String Natural, 1966

⚌Reduced‼ Epiphone Texan FT79N Steel String Natural, 1966

The Epiphone Texan FT79N – the N indicating a Natural finish on the top rather than Sunburst – was built as a slope shoulder dreadnought from 1958 to 1970 when Epiphone production ceased in the USA. The Epiphone FT79 was originally built from 1941 to 1958 as a square shoulder dreadnought with Walnut back and sides until 1949, and then with laminated Maple until the company was sold to Gibson in 1958.

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Price: $3,999.99 CAD $4,999.00 CAD
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Bruce West Classical Guitar Brazilian, 2021

Bruce West Classical Guitar Brazilian, 2021

This Bruce West Classical guitar, bearing the serial 213 IHS and built during 2021 in Sterling, Ontario features a hundred year old Swiss Alpine Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood sides and back. These guitars tie into an interesting and pivotal period of Canadian luthiery history.

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Price: $6,500.00 CAD
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Orpheum Imperator Style C Archtop Sunburst, 1934

Orpheum Imperator Style C Archtop Sunburst, 1934

The Orpheum Imperator Style C archtop was the top of the line for the brand when introduced by Lange, a prominent instrument builder, in 1933. Featuring a carved, X-braced Adirondack Spruce top, Flame Maple for the sides, back and neck, Brazilian Rosewood for the multi-bound fingerboard and headplate, Ebony for the bridge and Mother of Pearl for the logo, this was an impressive instrument.

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Price: $2,799.99 CAD
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Bruce West Cutaway Classical Guitar Brazilian, 2016

Bruce West Cutaway Classical Guitar Brazilian, 2016

This Bruce West Cutaway Classical guitar, bearing the serial 16-1 and built during 2016 in Sterling, Ontario features a hundred year old Swiss Alpine Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood sides and back. Like Bruce’s other guitars, this tie into an interesting and pivotal period of Canadian luthiery history.

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Price: $6,900.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES-295 Archtop Electric Double Gold, 1953

❌SOLD❌  Gibson ES-295 Archtop Electric Double Gold, 1953

This is a wonderful rarity. Built during 1953, this is an early Gibson ES-295 in good, clean and largely original condition, showing some honest finish wear and tear from real use over the decades. It’s easy to confuse the Gibson ES-295 with the classic ES-175, and there’s a good reason – they are the same guitar, but the ES-295 has a double gold finish and when introduced, two pickups instead of one.

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Price: $12,999.99 CAD
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de Jonge Standard Spruce and Sapele Steel String Natural, 2021

de Jonge Standard Spruce and Sapele Steel String Natural, 2021

This de Jonge Standard Spruce and Sapele Steel String guitar with natural French Polish finish is dated to 2021. A lovely, new older stock de Jonge Standard steel string features a Sitka Spruce top with with Sapele (Entandrophragma cylindricum) for the rosette, sides, back and head plate.

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Price: $4,800.00 CAD
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Hans Raab Munich Style Guitar Maple, 1916

Hans Raab Munich Style Guitar Maple, 1916

Here we have a Hans Raab Munich Style Guitar built of Spruce, Maple and Ebony during 1916 in Munich, Germany – during WWI. Hans Raab and his son built many instruments in a wide range of styles, from the mid 1880’s to World War II. They were well known for not just the number of instruments built and their variety – their catalog was apparently quite large – but also for the quality of their work.

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Price: $2,000.00 CAD
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Gibson ‘The Firebird’ Dreadnought Dark Sunburst, 2012

Gibson 'The Firebird' Dreadnought Dark Sunburst, 2012

Produced as one of 40 by the Bozeman, Montana Custom Shop, this Gibson ‘The Firebird’ is a spectacular square-shoulder dreadnought steel string with quilted Maple back and sides. Introduced in 2004 and recently discontinued, the Gibson ‘The Firebird’ model is based on a full size, square shoulder, Maple body dreadnought. Maple tends to be fairly bright, but the tonal characteristics of the Dreadnought body add quite a bit of bottom end and fullness.

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Price: $5,500.00 CAD
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Suhr Custom Modern Plus Burl Maple, 2021 / *No Longer Available*

Suhr Custom Modern Plus Burl Maple, 2021 / *No Longer Available*

Here we have a spectacular Suhr Custom Modern Plus with a Burled Maple cap finished in Bengal Burst on an African Black Limba body and Roasted Maple neck. This beautiful, very well built Suhr Custom Modern Plus is in nearly new condition with only the slightest wear. The stainless steel frets show no signs of wear, and the finish is near pristine.

Used
Price: $4,750.00 CAD
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Fender Cherryburst Stratocaster, 1979

Fender Cherryburst Stratocaster, 1979

Built during 1979 in Fullerton, California, this Fender Cherryburst Stratocaster is in good clean and original condition, with light finish checking. In constant production since its 1954 introduction, the Fender Stratocaster quickly established itself as one of the most versatile and reliable instruments, suitable for every genre that accepts the electric guitar.

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Price: $2,899.00 CAD
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Manuel Rodriguez Sr. Classical Guitar, 1969

Manuel Rodriguez Sr. Classical Guitar, 1969

Here is a wonderful rarity – a Manuel Rodriguez Sr. Classical guitar, built during 1969 in Los Angeles of Spruce, Brazilian Rosewood and flamed Maple. Manuel Rodriguez Sr. was born in Madrid in 1926 and began learning guitar building from his father, and both worked for Jose Ramirez II. Manuel opened his own shop in 1955, but in 1959 moved to Los Angeles, where this guitar, #308, was built.

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Price: $6,000.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Sergei de Jonge Classical Guitar Natural, 1980

⚌Reduced‼  Sergei de Jonge Classical Guitar Natural, 1980

This Sergei de Jonge Classical guitar was built during 1980 in Toronto, following de Jonge’s return to Canada from a year in Holland and creation of a new workshop. Having learned guitar building in Toronto during the years 1969 to 1971 from Jean Larrivee and Edgar Monch via Eli Kassner, and then a year with Patt Lister in Collingwood, this de Jonge classical shows these strong influences.

Vintage
Price: $3,250.00 CAD $4,000.00 CAD
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LTD EC1000 Single Cut Black Natural Burst

LTD EC1000 Single Cut Black Natural Burst

The LTD EC1000 in Black Natural Burst is designed by ESP in Japan and built in Indonesia. This is a well designed and built modern take on the single-cutaway carved top solidbody guitar concept.  This model uses Mahogany body with a burled Poplar top,  and a ‘Set-Through’ neck joint for the 3-piece Mahogany neck.   

New
Price: $1,599.99 CAD
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Gibson Chet Atkins Celebrity SST Black, 1991 / *No Longer Available*

Gibson Chet Atkins Celebrity SST Black, 1991 / *No Longer Available*

The Gibson Chet Atkins Celebrity SST was built from 1991 to 1993 as a version of the CEC – the Chet Atkins Classical, solidbody nylon string guitar.

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Price: $1,999.99 CAD
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Collings C10 Deluxe Cutaway Natural, 2000

Collings C10 Deluxe Cutaway Natural, 2000

The Collings C10 Deluxe Cutaway fits into the range of ‘Parlor’ guitars, slightly smaller than the OM or 00/000 body sizes. The cutaway is offered as an option, with the base model being a traditional non-cutaway design. The top and bracing is Sitka Spruce, the sides and back Indian Rosewood, the body blocks and neck are Mahogany and the bridge, head plate and bound fingerboard are all ebony.

Used
Price: $6,000.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton T-OO14 Rosewood Natural, 2019

Huss & Dalton T-OO14 Rosewood Natural, 2019

The Huss & Dalton T-OO14 Rosewood is a fantastic mid-size steel string acoustic guitar, based on the classic ‘OO’ body size. This design dates to 1877 as a 12-fret gut string instrument, and evolving into the steel-string, 14-fret model in 1932 as banjo players moved to guitar. The OO body design is very well balanced and articulate, and wonderful for finger style playing.

Used
Price: $4,650.00 CAD
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Huss and Dalton T-0014 Acoustic Guitar

Huss and Dalton T-0014 Acoustic Guitar

The Huss and Dalton T-0014 Traditional 00 14 Fret is a spectacular guitar. The 00 body design is very well balanced and articulate, and wonderful for finger style playing. The Huss and Dalton T-0014 is built with a Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and ebony for the fingerboard and bridge.

New
Price: $6,080.00 CAD
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Harrison NJ Custom Archtop Guitar Natural, 2022

Harrison NJ Custom Archtop Guitar Natural, 2022

Here is a brand new Douglas Harrison NJ Custom, with a carved Sitka Spruce top and flamed Big Leaf Maple for the sides, back and neck. Featuring a 16 inch wide body, this new Harrison NJ Custom also uses Macassar Ebony for the bridge, tailpiece, head plate, Laskin style arm rest, and a segmented sound port on the upper bass side. The frets are stainless steel medium jumbo, and it should be years before they require any service.

New
Price: $13,900.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Special Tribute Humbucker, Vintage Cherry 2022

Gibson Les Paul Special Tribute Humbucker, Vintage Cherry 2022

Based on the 1955 advanced (2-pickup) student model, the Gibson Les Paul Special Tribute presents a proven design with some updates, particularly Humbucking pickups and a Maple neck. As a Tribute model, this example gets a lighter, satin finish, still using nitrocellulose lacquer. The body is a two-piece Mahogany slab paired with a three-piece Maple neck for stability and strength.

New
Price: $1,249.00 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Cobra Blue

Fender American Ultra Stratocaster Cobra Blue

This Fender American Ultra Stratocaster in Cobra Blue just became my new favourite Strat! Extremely well made and carrying a number of very practical professional features, this guitar is a joy to play. The medium-jumbo fretwire is easy to grip and the rolled fingerboard edges and contoured heel add to the guitar’s comfort.

New
Price: $2,689.99 CAD
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Fender CS 1956 Stratocaster NOS Fiesta Red 2005

Fender CS 1956 Stratocaster NOS Fiesta Red 2005

This Fender CS 1956 Stratocaster was built at the Corona California plant and unlike the ‘Relic’ versions is the New Old Stock – NOS – form. Introduced in 1954 as Leo Fender’s third major instrument design after the Telecaster and Precision Bass, the Stratocaster has become one of the most used models.

Used
Price: $3,850.00 CAD
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Giffin Standard Sunburst, 2004

Giffin Standard Sunburst, 2004

This great looking Roger Giffin Standard set-neck with carved-top solidbody was built during 2004 and is one of the first of Giffin’s then-new shop near Portland, Oregon. Roger Giffin has built guitars for about 56 years, in London for over a decade from 1966, for Gibson from 1988 to 1994.

Used
Price: $4,399.99 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Custom Sunburst, 1978

Fender Telecaster Custom Sunburst, 1978

The 1970’s Fender Telecaster Custom was a significant departure from the 1960’s Custom, which had basically been a stock model with a bound body. In contrast, the Telecaster Custom introduced in 1972 and built until 1979 introduced the head-end “Bullet” truss rod adjuster, the three-bolt MicroTilt neck angle adjuster, and a huge change for Fender – the Wide-Range Humbucker designed by Seth Lover.

Vintage
Price: $5,000.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton T-OO14 Rosewood, 2022

Huss & Dalton T-OO14 Rosewood, 2022

The Huss & Dalton T-OO14 is a fantastic mid-size steel string acoustic guitar, based on the classic ‘OO’ body size. This design dates to 1877 as a 12-fret gut string instrument, and evolving into the steel-string, 14-fret model in 1932 as banjo players moved to guitar.

New
Price: $6,079.00 CAD
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Manuel Gaci Mayoral Flamenco Blanca Guitar Natural, c.1965

Manuel Gaci Mayoral Flamenco Blanca Guitar Natural, c.1965

Here we’re looking at a Manuel Gaci Mayoral Flamenco Blanca guitar, built around 1965 in Barcelona, Spain. Manuel Gaci Mayoral of Barcelona, Spain was considered a leading Flamenco builder in Catalonia during the 1960s and 70s.

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Price: $2,950.00 CAD
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Martin R-17 Archtop Guitar Natural Mahogany, 1937

Martin R-17 Archtop Guitar Natural Mahogany, 1937

Listed from 1935 to 1941, the Martin R-17 was one of a few arched top, flat back models in the Martin catalog, featuring a Mahogany top, back and sides. Its sibling, the R-18, had a solid, shaped Spruce top with Mahogany elsewhere; Brazilian Rosewood was used for the head plate, bridge, and fingerboard. Early examples of both models used 12 fret necks but soon gained the more popular 14 fret configuration.

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Price: $3,250.00 CAD
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Gibson J-160E Electric Flat-Top Sunburst, 1956

Gibson J-160E Electric Flat-Top Sunburst, 1956

Introduced in 1954 and intended as a companion to the then-new Les Paul solidbody, the Gibson J-160E was one of the first mass production electrified steel string guitars. This model was discontinued in 1979, and is occasionally re-issued. One of the greatest contributors to the success of this model was a 1962 model’s appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, in the hands of one John Lennon. That was The Beatles first US performance, and made all their gear quite popular.

Vintage
Price: $4,999.99 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Collings CJ45 T Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst

❌SOLD❌ Collings CJ45 T Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst

Here we have a brand new and spectacular Collings CJ45 T Slope Shoulder Dreadnought in a sunburst lacquer finish! Based on the classic J-45, the Collings CJ45 T Slope Shoulder Dreadnought takes that design to what’s probably its ultimate expression. Top quality woods and materials are used by extremely skilled workers, and the result is wrapped in one of the consistently best finishes available.

New
Price: $8,675.00 CAD
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J Perfecto Rubio Estudio Classical Natural, 2014

J Perfecto Rubio Estudio Classical Natural, 2014

Here is an unusual item! Built during 2014 in Guanajuato, Mexico, this is a J Perfecto Rubio Estudio model; the builder is a cousin of famed luthier German Vazquez Rubio of Los Angeles, who worked for Bernardo Rico when B C Rich models were new.  We do not see many Mexican-built guitars in Canada, and in that number, high quality models like this are even rarer.

Used
Price: $2,750.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Epiphone Supernova Manchester Blue, 2005

❌SOLD❌ Epiphone Supernova Manchester Blue, 2005

Influenced heavily by the Sheraton used by Noel Gallagher in Oasis, the Epiphone Supernova was built from 1997 to 2005, with a signature pickguard and features making it the Noel Gallagher Supernova. It was available in a variety of finishes including the Manchester Blue seen here, and a custom Union Jack graphic.

Used
Price: $1,350.00 CAD $1,650.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Fender Thinline Telecaster Olympic White, 1998

❌SOLD❌  Fender Thinline Telecaster Olympic White, 1998

The Fender Thinline Telecaster was introduced in 1969 as a design by Roger Rossmeisl, who had done major work for Rickenbacker. There have been a few versions of this model, and this particular 1998 example seems to me one of the best ever.

Used
Price: $1,500.00 CAD $2,100.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Fender Telecaster Maple Neck Sunburst, 1978

⚌Reduced‼ Fender Telecaster Maple Neck Sunburst, 1978

Since its introduction as the Broadcaster in 1950 as the world’s first two-pickup, solidbody electric guitar, the Fender Telecaster has gone from strength to strength. It has been used in virtually every musical context that accepts electric instruments, and many musicians have built careers on its use. It’s truly an inspired design. Here we’re looking at a Fender Telecaster Maple Neck in Sunburst finish and largely original condition, built during 1978 in Fullerton, California during the CBS era.

Vintage
Price: $3,599.00 CAD $4,450.00 CAD
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Godin Summit Classic HB Black, 2016

Godin Summit Classic HB Black, 2016

The Godin Summit Classic HB is derived from a classic design, and offers a chambered Spanish Cedar body with a carved Maple cap. This example was built during 2016 at the Godin plants in La Patrie and Richmond, Quebec. It’s in great condition with very little wear.

Used
Price: $1,950.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Fender Jazzmaster Sunburst, 1960

❌SOLD❌  Fender Jazzmaster Sunburst, 1960

The Fender Jazzmaster appeared halfway through 1958, targeted at jazz artists, the group Fender hadn’t fully won over. One of the key features of the Fender Jazzmaster was the introduction of a Rosewood fingerboard on the Maple neck. To this point in time, Fender necks had been a single piece of Maple with a rear Walnut ‘Skunk Stripe’ covering the truss rod channel.

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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José Ramirez 1a Traditional Professional Concert Classical

José Ramirez 1a Traditional Professional Concert Classical

The concert-grade Ramirez Traditional Professional 1a Model is the “benchmark guitar” for tone and quality for Maestros, performers and Master-Luthiers world-wide. Considered by many to be the Ultimate Concert guitar, the traditional is available in Red Cedar top and by special order in German Spruce top. The Ramirez 1a Professional is built with Indian Rosewood back and sides. We also offer it in artist-grade Madagascar Rosewood back and sides.

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Price: $10,390.00 CAD
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Fender Kurt Cobain Jag-Stang Sonic Blue

Fender Kurt Cobain Jag-Stang Sonic Blue

The Fender Kurt Cobain Jag-Stang is merging of two guitars used extensively by the artist. It’s a professional grade, 24 inch scale solidbody featuring an Alder body, Maple neck and Indian Rosewood fingerboard. For hardware, the Mustang tuner, bridge and vibrato bridge setup was chose, but the pickups include a humbucker in the bridge position and Mustang wiring

New
Price: $1,659.99 CAD
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Harmony Jupiter Solidbody, Champagne

Harmony Jupiter Solidbody, Champagne

This Harmony Jupiter in a cool Champagne nitrocellulose lacquer finish is a retro solidbody guitar built in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Jupiter marks the return of what was at one time of the world’s largest instrument manufacturers. The Harmony Jupiter’s classic looks and well-rounded tonality make it a perfect match for any style or genre.

New
Price: $1,699.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Beard Legacy R Roundneck Resonator Guitar Sunburst, 2008

❌SOLD❌ Beard Legacy R Roundneck Resonator Guitar Sunburst, 2008

The Beard Legacy R RoundNeck features a small Mahogany body and neck with Ebony fingerboard, with a single-cone spider-type resonator set. This example dates to 2008 at Hagerstown, Maryland and includes a factory-installed pickup, custom built by Beard with Jerry Douglas and Larry Fishman.

Used
Price: $3,750.00 CAD $4,000.00 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: $0.00 CAD
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Boucher SG-41-V OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

Boucher SG-41-V OM Hybrid Steel String Guitar

The Boucher SG-41 Studio Goose uses the OM (Orchestra Model) Hybrid body shape, modified to work better with fingerstyle playing. A locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce top is paired with Brazilian Mahogany to provide clear, crisp tone and immediate response. The neck is South American Mahogany, and Ebony is used for the headplate, fingerboard and bridge. Bindings are Maple with Herringbone purfling.

New
Price: $4,979.00 CAD
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⚌Reduced‼ Francois Tachet Mirecourt School Guitar, 1830s

⚌Reduced‼ 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: $3,950.00 CAD $4,250.00 CAD
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Bruce West Cutaway Classical Brazilian Rosewood, 2016

Bruce West Cutaway Classical Brazilian Rosewood, 2016

Here we have a Bruce West Cutaway Classical, built during 2016 in Sterling, Ontario with a hundred year old Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood sides and back. Bruce West has been involved in musical instrument building for most of his life, starting at age 12 with a bench at Geo. Heinl’s workshop in Toronto. In his teens he also played guitar for Ronny Hawkins! Friends with Jean Larrivee, Bruce built relationships with all the now-prominent builders who went through the Larrivee Toronto shops.

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Price: $6,850.00 CAD
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Alhambra Luthier Aniversario Cedar and Ziricote

Alhambra Luthier Aniversario Cedar and Ziricote

The Alhambra Luthier Aniversario is at the top of the line, featuring Ziricote for the sides, back, bridge and head plate, and either Red Cedar or Spruce for the ‘Japanese House’ braced top. The Alhambra Luthier Aniversario line was introduced in 2015 for Alhambra’s 50th anniversary. Built in Muro de Alcoy alongside other models, the Alhambra Luthier Aniversario is built in the traditional Spanish style, with the Ziricote sides tying into the Spanish Cedar (Cedrela odorata, which is neither Spanish or a Cedar) neck block.

New
Price: $4,689.00 CAD
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE! Bruce West Spruce Top Classical Guitar, 2013

NO LONGER AVAILABLE! Bruce West Spruce Top Classical Guitar, 2013

This excellent Bruce West Spruce top classical guitar is new, with an Alpine Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides. It’s built using traditional Spanish construction, with solid linings and tailblock made from black willow. The finish is a beautiful, tonally transparent and hand applied oil varnish.

New
Price: $4,200.00 CAD
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Collings C100 Steel String Guitar Natural Finish

Collings C100 Steel String Guitar Natural Finish

The Collings C100 is a full size steel string acoustic with ‘Parlor’ type dimensions, providing great representation throughout the sonic range. Available in two versions, the Collings C100 series starts with the model seen here, pairing a Sitka Spruce top with Honduran Mahogany for the sides, back, body blocks and neck. The head plate, fingerboard and bridge are ebony. The Collings logo and position markers are Mother of Pearl.

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Price: $7,850.00 CAD
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Collings OM2H ESS Orchestra Model Short Scale Acoustic

Collings OM2H ESS Orchestra Model Short Scale Acoustic

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: $8,900.00 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherry Sunburst, 1980

Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherry Sunburst, 1980

Here’s a Gibson Les Paul Standard Cherry Sunburst dating to October 17, 1980, sporting a Cherry Sunburst finish and a non-weight relieved, non-pancake body! The Les Paul model was introduced in 1952 as Gibson’s entry into the then-new soldibody ‘Spanish’ electric guitar field, where ‘Spanish’ refers to the way the guitar is held. Solidbody Hawaiian models had been available for some time, and Gibson had been producing electrified archtop guitars since the 1936 ES-150.

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Bernhard Kresse Modern Classical Guitar, 2003

Bernhard Kresse Modern Classical Guitar, 2003

The Bernhard Kresse Modern Classical guitar blends elements of modern guitar building with traditional practices and techniques, delivering a superior concert grade instrument. This example was built during 2003 at Kresse’s small shop in Köln, Germany and features a Spruce top paired with Indian Rosewood for the sides, back, head plate, backstrap and bridge. Mahogany is used for the body blocks and back braces, Maple for the neck and Ebony for the fingerboard.

Used
Price: $11,500.00 CAD
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Charvel SoCal Style 2 HH Ash Natural

Charvel SoCal Style 2 HH Ash Natural

The new Charvel SoCal Style 2 has arrived, featuring an Ash T-style body with a licensed reverse-Tele headstock, a pair of Fishman humbuckers, and a 2-point trem! The Charvel SoCal Style 2 Ash body also features a scalloped lower back bout and shredder’s cut heel for easier upper fret access and hours of grin-inducing playing-feel and performance.

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Price: $1,519.99 CAD
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Huss & Dalton NOS TDR Custom Adirondack Dreadnought – Out of Stock

Huss & Dalton NOS TDR Custom Adirondack Dreadnought - Out of Stock

The Huss & Dalton TDR is, as the name breaks down, a Traditional Dreadnought design with Rosewood for the sides, back, and head plate. This Huss & Dalton NOS TDR Custom is a New Old Stock model but still covered as new! Built in Staunton, Virginia, the Huss & Dalton TDR evokes the best of the traditional Dreadnought design. Extremely well built and finished, the TDR seen here – a Custom version – uses a Thermo-cured Adirondack Spruce top, paired with Indian Rosewood for the sides and back.

New
Price: $5,100.00 USD
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National Resophonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

National Resophonic Revolver Resolectric Guitar

Built in San Luis Obispo California, the National  Resolectric Revolver blends the resophonic and solidbody electric guitar concepts, to great success. Very similar in design to the ResoLectric, the National Resolectric 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.

New
Price: $4,549.00 CAD
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National Resolectric Solidbody Guitar Sunburst

National Resolectric Solidbody Guitar Sunburst

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

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Price: $4,549.00 CAD
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Discontinued! Alhambra Luthier Rio Concert Classical Guitar

Discontinued!  Alhambra Luthier Rio Concert Classical Guitar

The Alhambra Luthier Rio Concert Classical Guitar is an excellent instrument, available only on special order. It features a Master Grade cedar top and solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides.   The name of the model, ‘Rio’, comes from the Spanish name for Brazilian Rosewood – Palosanto de Rio. The Alhambra Guitar Company of Muro de Alcoy in Spain have built a reputation for crafting high quality nylon string guitars used extensively by students, educators and professional musicians.

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Price: $4,250.00 CAD
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Schecter C6 Plus Charcoal Burst

Schecter C6 Plus Charcoal Burst

The Schecter C6 Plus is a straight ahead, no-nonsense model providing great looks, playability and tone at a reasonable price. Combining the proven ingredients of a Maple neck with 24-fret Indian Rosewood fingerboard and a Basswood body, the Schecter C6 Plus also sports a top ‘image’ layer of Quilted Maple, finished with a very nice Charcoal Burst finish.

New
Price: $479.00 CAD
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Larrivee L03R Recording Series Rosewood

Larrivee L03R Recording Series Rosewood

Part of the Larrivee Recording series, the Larrivee L03R 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 design and features a Symmetrical Parabolic X-Bracing pattern.

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Price: $2,990.00 CAD
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National Estralita Deluxe Resonator

National Estralita Deluxe Resonator

The National Estralita Deluxe resonator guitar has been the most popular wood body National over the past decade, evolving from the Jazz-Blues model. It’s very full sounding with lots of volume, and playing it will really open it up. National biscuit cones have a ‘break in’ period of several hundred hours of playing; they start out sounding really good and quickly head towards sounding really great.

New
Price: $4,289.00 CAD
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Fender Eric Johnson Virginia ’54 Stratocaster Sunburst

Fender Eric Johnson Virginia '54 Stratocaster Sunburst

Here we have the new Fender Eric Johnson Virginia ’54 Stratocaster! Part of the new ‘Stories collection’, this model duplicates Eric Johnson’s 1954 Strat including the modifications he had made over years of use. The Fender EJ Virginia Stratocaster at first glance appears like many others, but a closer look reveals significant differences. Most US-made Fender bodies, especially during the 1950’s, were built of Alder or Swamp Ash.

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Price: $3,729.99 CAD
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Fender American Professional II Telecaster, Dark Night

Fender American Professional II Telecaster, Dark Night

The Fender American Professional II Telecaster with Rosewood fingerboard and Dark Night finish features rolled edges on a deep C profile neck, narrow-tall frets, heel contour, V-Mod II single-coil Telecaster pickups, and a stock treble bleed circuit to preserve highs when the volume control is turned down. A new bridge design with three compensated brass saddles can be strung either from the top, or the traditional rear-load.

New
Price: $0.00 CAD
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Fender Ultra Luxe Stratocaster Sunburst

Fender Ultra Luxe Stratocaster Sunburst

The Brand new Fender Ultra Luxe Stratocaster has arrived! This is one of the first Fender production models to bear Stainless Steel frets. It also has other helpful features like locking tuners, a push-in trem arm and noiseless pickups with the S-1 switch, giving access to all pickup combinations.

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Price: $3,068.99 CAD
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Fender American Ultra Telecaster Rosewood Texas Tea

Fender American Ultra Telecaster Rosewood Texas Tea

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!

New
Price: $2,899.00 CAD
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SOLD!!! Ramirez Conservatorio Abeto Classical Guitar, 2014

SOLD!!! Ramirez Conservatorio Abeto Classical Guitar, 2014

Here’s a Ramirez Conservatorio Abeto Concert classical guitar, built during 2014 in Madrid, Spain and featuring the ‘Abeto’ or Spruce top.

This example is in overall good condition, with one small pressure mark on the top. It has no cracks and wear is minimal. The original Ramirez-branded Hiscox lightweight flight case is included. The Ramirez Conservatorio Concert Classical guitar represents a major development in classical guitar design from Amalia Ramírez, with unique use of ‘fiddle edge’ construction.

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Price: $4,200.00 CAD
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National M-14T ThunderBox Denim

National M-14T ThunderBox Denim

The National M-14T Thunderbox is the latest version of National’s standard M-14 and features a 4″ deep body, delivering more low end and applied volume.

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Price: $4,089.00 CAD
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National Thunderbox M-14T Revolver Resophonic Guitar

National Thunderbox M-14T Revolver Resophonic Guitar

The National M-14T Thunderbox is the latest version of National’s standard M-14. The newly improved M-14T features a 4″ deep body, improving the low end response and creating a louder, punchier instrument. The National M-14T Thunderbox body is composed of laminate top and back, and solid mahogany sides. This instrument also features a mahogany neck, ebony fretboard and mother-of-pearl position markers.

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Price: $4,289.00 CAD
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Boucher HG56 Heritage Goose 12-Fret

Boucher HG56 Heritage Goose 12-Fret

The Boucher HG56 is crafted for the best tonal results. It will deliver mids and bass depth while finger picking even using a capo at the 7th fret. Evenness and richness of sound will surprise the most accomplished players. The ability of this instrument to adjust to your musical style will elevate your playing to the point of your finding it difficult to put it down. Many fingerstyle players have told us that they feel immediately became better musicians as soon as they played our Heritage Goose. This gives us at Boucher Guitars a great sense of pride to help you accomplish your full musical potential and to boost your creativity.

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Price: $5,579.00 CAD
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Martin 00-28 Standard Natural Finish

Martin 00-28 Standard Natural Finish

The Martin 0028 has been built for over a century, with the first known example appearing in 1898.   The first mention of the 00 body size dates to 1877!  Martin’s 00 body was considered enormous when introduced, and was the largest size until the first 000 sized guitar appeared in 1902, followed a decade later by the D body size built for the Ditson company. 

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Price: $4,589.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton L-13 Standard Rosewood Sunburst

Huss & Dalton L-13 Standard Rosewood Sunburst

Here we have a Huss & Dalton L-13 Standard in Rosewood, based on the classic Nick Lucas models made by Gibson from 1927 to 1938. The L-13 is part of the Huss & Dalton Crossroads line. Featuring a Sitka Spruce top and here with Indian Rosewood for the sides and back, the Huss & Dalton L-13 Standard is also available with Mahogany for the sides and back, while the L-13 Deluxe uses figured Maple and sunburst on the back as well as the top.

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Price: $4,950.00 USD
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National Style O Steel 14 Fret Weathered Steel

National Style O Steel 14 Fret Weathered Steel

Drawing from the roots of the single-cone resophonic guitar, the National Style O Steel 14 Fret definitely has a vintage appearance with all the quality of modern Nationals. Sporting a unique ‘Weathered Steel’ finish over a steel body with rolled F-holes and a Maple neck with Ebony fingerboard, the Style O Steel 14 Fret delivers all the tone, volume and projection that National is known for.

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Price: $4,389.00 CAD
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Eastman Romeo SC Thinline Archtop Electric, Red Burst

Eastman Romeo SC Thinline Archtop Electric, Red Burst

The Eastman Romeo SC is a new limited edition thinline and largely hollow archtop electric design by Otto D’Ambrosio at the Eastman Custom Shop in California. Intended as an imagining of what ‘The Telecaster of the Archtop World’ would be, the Romeo started with defining its balance and player’s hand positions. The body is fairly small at 14.75 inches across, and the ‘Single Cut’ design gives plenty of access to the fretboard.

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Price: $2,530.00 CAD
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Huss & Dalton DM Mahogany Dreadnought

Huss & Dalton DM Mahogany Dreadnought

This is a beautiful brand new Huss & Dalton DM mahogany dreadnought, a great guitar following the traditional pattern of Mahogany D style guitars. Established in 1995,  Huss & Dalton began when Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton had the idea to build the guitar they wanted to play. While always appreciating the traditional design, both had a vision of a guitar that paid  homage to tradition while incorporating improvements in the structural design and cosmetics of the steel string guitar.

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Price: $4,200.00 USD
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National Resophonic El Trovador Single Cone Guitar

National Resophonic El Trovador Single Cone Guitar

Designed in collaboration with Mike Dowling, the National Resophonic El Trovador is patterned after the famous National guitars produced from 1932-1933. Similar to its venerable predecessor, the new National ResoPhonic El Trovador guitar features a large, 14.5 inch wide, 4 inch deep body built of mahogany. The body is bound in multi-layer celluloid, with a matching purfling border around the coverplate.

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Price: $4,849.00 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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Michael Messer Blues 14 Resophonic Guitar

Michael Messer Blues 14 Resophonic Guitar

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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National NRP Steel 14Fret Rubbed Nickel Finish

National NRP Steel 14Fret Rubbed Nickel Finish

The National NRP Steel 14Fret sports a new lightly ‘distressed’ nickel finish and still delivers the warm, rich unmistakable National sound. The National NRP Steel 14Fret is built like other models with steel bodies and single 9.5 inch resonator cone, but is visually distinct with its traditional ‘Sieve’ 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: $4,089.00 CAD
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National NRP Steel 12Fret Rubbed Nickel Finish

National NRP Steel 12Fret Rubbed Nickel Finish

The National NRP Steel 12Fret sports a new lightly ‘distressed’ nickel finish and still delivers the warm, rich unmistakable National sound. The National NRP Steel 12 is built like other models with steel bodies and single 9.5 inch resonator cone, but is visually distinct with its traditional ‘Sieve’ 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: $4,089.00 CAD
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Boucher SG21S OM Hybrid Cutaway Guitar

Boucher SG21S OM Hybrid Cutaway Guitar

The Boucher SG21S comes from Boucher Guitars, who make very high quality hand crafted guitars in the heart of Quebec and their calling card is their use of locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce. Simple elegance and outstanding quality control are on display when you first observe these fine instruments.

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Price: $5,139.00 CAD
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Boucher BG152 Bluegrass Goose Dreadnought

Boucher BG152 Bluegrass Goose Dreadnought

Built in Berthier-sur-Mer Quebec, the Boucher BG152 is a rich, lively and loud dreadnought from the Boucher Bluegrass Goose series of guitars. This impressive dreadnought pairs an AAAA Adirondack Red Spruce top personally selected by Robin Boucher with a lovely set of Madagascar Rosewood.  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: $5,879.00 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: $3,225.00 CAD
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Eastman SB55DC /V Solidbody Electric Vintage Varnish

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Eastman SB55DC /V Solidbody Electric Vintage Varnish

Here is an Eastman SB55DC /V Solidbody in Vintage Varnish!  This definitely evokes the mid 1950’s slab bodied models, and with top quality hardware. Introduced in mid 2020 and now making its way to us, the Eastman SB55DC /V features a slab body and neck of lightweight Okoume Mahogany, sourced from Gabon, Central Africa. The fingerboard, head plate and truss rod cover are Ebony, and that’s it for woods used.

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Price: $1,610.00 CAD
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National Raw Steel 12 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National Raw Steel 12 Fret Resophonic Guitar

The National Raw Steel 12 is built like other 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: $3,889.00 CAD
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National Raw Steel 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National Raw Steel 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

Released for 2020, the National 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 Raw Steel 14 is built like other 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: $3,289.00 CAD
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National Raw Brass Resophonic Guitar

National Raw Brass Resophonic Guitar

New for 2020, the National 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 Raw Brass Resophonic guitar is built like other 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: $3,589.00 CAD
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Charvel ProMod DK 24HH 2PT CM

Charvel ProMod DK 24HH 2PT CM

Charvel guitars have a long standing reputation as the guitar for choice for modern players looking for a fast playing feature laden instrument. The new Charvel ProMod DK 24HH 2PT CM model from the Pro-Mod series boasts a feature set and playability that will rival instruments double the price. The first thing you may notice is the lovely roasted maple neck. In addition to the rich visual aesthetic the process of roasting the maple and taking out moisture makes for a more stable neck that won’t shift as much during seasonal and humidity changes. If you do need to adjust the neck there is a heel mounted truss rod adjustment wheel which makes small changes a breeze.

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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Martin 0-18 Standard Steel String Guitar Natural

Martin 0-18 Standard Steel String Guitar Natural

The Martin 0-18 Standard is a wonderful addition to the standard series from Martin guitars. This parlor sized body features a Sitka spruce top and mahogany sides and back. The small body shape is extremely comfortable to sit with and compact lower bout width helps to decrease strumming arm fatigue. The mahogany neck has a shorter 24.9” scale length and low oval profile to add to the comfortable playing experience.

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Price: $3,779.00 CAD
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Eastman SB59V Single Cutaway Solidbody Electric, Amber

Eastman SB59V Single Cutaway Solidbody Electric, Amber

Though unequivocally drawn from the classic Les Paul design and in particular the most desirable 1959 models, the Eastman SB59V is not a slavish copy. Many visual differences are clear, including the shapes of the headstock and cutaway. The body is constructed of a carved, Flame maple top laminated to a one-piece Mahogany slab body. A Mahogany neck with a bound Ebony fingerboard is attached via a longish tenon joint. The neck has a vintage style ‘V’ profile.

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Price: $3,135.00 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: $0.00 CAD
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Waterloo WLK TR Shaded Top ❌(No Longer Available)❌

Waterloo WLK TR Shaded Top ❌(No Longer Available)❌

The Waterloo WLK TR reproduces a rare, lightweight and responsive depression-era guitar built by Gibson under the Kel Kroydon name from 1930 to 1933. These models are built by Collings at their shop in Austin, Texas. An exceptional instrument, the Waterloo WLK TR features a Spruce top and bracing with Mahogany for the back, sides, body blocks and neck, with an Indian Rosewood 12-fret fingerboard and Ebony bridge.

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Price: $2,800.00 USD
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Taylor 110e Dreadnought Steel String Guitar, Natural

Taylor 110e Dreadnought Steel String Guitar, Natural

The Taylor 110e dreadnought guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top which is paired with a layered Walnut sides and back. The body size produces lots of volume and punchy midrange with clear trebles from the spruce top. The very stable maple neck has a slightly narrower 1 11/16” nut width and a satin finish which makes for a very comfortable playing experience. If more volume is needed the Taylor 110e is equipped with the Taylor ES pickup system.

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Price: $1,099.00 CAD
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Fender Vintera ’60s Jazz Bass Sunburst

Fender Vintera '60s Jazz Bass Sunburst

The Fender Vintera 60’s Jazz bass is loaded with features from Fenders Golden era at a more affordable price point. This bass features a mid 60’s C shaped neck carve and a 7.25” radius. The maple neck has a Pau Ferro fretboard and vintage sized frets. The re-voiced 60’s single coil pickups have more of that authentic grit and growl that made the Jazz bass a legend. The open gear tuners, vintage saddles and three tone sunburst finish top really round out the classic aesthetic on this bass.

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Price: $1,539.99 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: $4,389.00 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: $3,095.00 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: $2,679.00 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 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: $1,749.99 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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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: $0.00 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: $495.00 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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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: $3,135.00 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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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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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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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: $5,251.00 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: $4,279.00 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: $6,189.00 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: $3,699.00 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: $2,029.00 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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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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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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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: $999.00 CAD
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Gold Tone EBM-5 Solidbody Electric Banjo – Left Handed (Not In Stock)

Gold Tone EBM-5 Solidbody Electric Banjo - Left Handed (Not In Stock)

The Gold Tone EBM-5 is a unique F-style 5-string electric banjo that looks as good as it sounds. The EBM-5, like a normal banjo, has an extremely fast response allowing hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides to be accomplished with incredible ease. Even unplugged, this electric banjo has an excellent banjo tone due to the hollow sound chamber within the body.

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Price: $1,769.00 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: $2,570.00 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: $3,779.00 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: $660.00 CAD
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SALE!!! Ibanez AZ2202A Prestige Solidbody Electric Tri Fade Burst

SALE!!! 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: $2,399.00 CAD $2,999.00 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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Price: $0.00 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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Price: $0.00 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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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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Boucher HG24 M Heritage Goose Parlor 12 Fret Guitar

Boucher HG24 M Heritage Goose Parlor 12 Fret Guitar

Here is a lovely Boucher HG24 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: $6,039.00 CAD
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Charvel ProMod DK24 HSS 2PT CM Ash Satin Red Shop Worn

Charvel ProMod DK24 HSS 2PT CM Ash Satin Red Shop Worn

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: $1,499.99 CAD $1,729.99 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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Price: $0.00 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: $4,389.00 CAD
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Martin 000-15M StreetMaster Guitar, Distressed Satin

Martin 000-15M StreetMaster Guitar, Distressed Satin

Part of the 15 series, the new Martin 000-15M 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 000-15M 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: $0.00 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 HD-28

Martin HD-28

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 HD-28, 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 D-28H indicates that it has Herringbone pattern purfling around the top. 

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Price: $4,589.00 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: $4,589.00 CAD
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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: $3,389.00 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: $1,679.00 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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Price: $0.00 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: $1,099.99 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: $4,589.00 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: $999.00 CAD
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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: $3,779.00 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: $4,319.00 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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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: $0.00 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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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: $4,279.00 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: $5,159.00 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: $4,179.00 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: $0.00 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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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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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: $2,570.00 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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Taylor 510E Dreadnought Steel String, 2016

Taylor 510E Dreadnought Steel String, 2016

The Taylor 510E is now discontinued, so this is one of the last ‘as new’ examples you’re likely to find. It is built on the classic Spruce top, Mahogany back and side formula that works so well for fingerstyle and flatpicking. Here, it’s paired with a slotted headstock, which increases downbearing at the nut, and hence open string sustain and separation, without increasing head pitch.

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Price: $2,699.00 CAD
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Martin 000-15M Mahogany Steel String Guitar

Martin 000-15M Mahogany Steel String Guitar

Built with a body and neck of Mahogany paired with Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard, bridge and head plate, the Martin 000-15M is a punchy, responsive guitar.  The Martin ’15’ series indicates that the trim level is fairly low, in particular there is no body or fingerboard binding, and the finish is satin.  Mahogany has long been used as an alternative wood for guitar and ukulele tops, and Martin has used it for nearly a century.

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Price: $2,029.00 CAD
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Huss and Dalton DS-12 Crossroads Slope-Shoulder Dreadnought

Huss and Dalton DS-12 Crossroads Slope-Shoulder Dreadnought

This new Huss and Dalton DS-12 Crossroads Slope-Shoulder Dreadnought, and it’s an outstanding guitar, showing all the power and richness of the dreadnought design. The slope shoulder dreadnought design first appeared around 1916, built by C. F. Martin with a Ditson brand name, but effectively disappeared in the late 1920’s. Martin started producing square-shouldered dreadnoughts – the classic D series – and the slope shoulder re-appeared as a Gibson design, on models like the J-45.

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Price: $5,108.00 USD
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C F Martin D-28 Modern Deluxe Guitar

C F Martin D-28 Modern Deluxe Guitar

The C F Martin D-28 has for many decades been one of the benchmarks for acoustic guitars, and the brand-new Martin D-28 Modern Deluxe brings new features to this venerable design. Originally introduced around 1911 as a large model for the Ditson company, the D-28 reappeared in the 1930s and has been in production ever since. There have been a number of changes over the years – notably, Brazilian Rosewood has not been used since the early 1970’s – but the core design is unchanged.

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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National T14 N Tricone Cutaway 14 Fret Bright Nickel

National T14 N Tricone Cutaway 14 Fret Bright Nickel

Here’s something new from National Resophonic – the T14 N, 14 fret cutaway Tricone with Bright Nickel Finish has arrived!

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Price: $5,889.00 CAD
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National Reso-Phonic Reso Rocket Steel Guitar

National Reso-Phonic Reso Rocket Steel Guitar

The National Reso Rocket Steel is one of National’s newly designed single cone guitars, incorporating a redesigned cover plate pattern to complement the distinctive Tricone-style grille work. The Bendaway body has the upper bout cut away for easier access to the higher frets.The Reso Rocket Steel is built with a thin, rubbed steel Bendaway body, paired with a neck made of either Maple or Mahogany and a bound Ebony fingerboard, with Mother of Pearl position markers.

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Price: $4,559.00 CAD
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National Reso-Phonic Reso Rocket Wood Body Single Cone Guitar

National Reso-Phonic Reso Rocket Wood Body Single Cone Guitar

The National Reso-Phonic Reso Rocket Wood Body is a newly designed single resonator cutaway guitar incorporating a redesigned coverplate pattern to complement the distinctive Tricone-style grille work. The upper bout of the wood body has been modified with a deep cutaway for easier access to the higher frets.The very first versions of this innovative guitar were named the ‘Wocket’ and ultimately became the Reso Rocket WB.

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Price: $4,649.00 CAD
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Alhambra 10 Premier Red Cedar Top Classical Guitar

Alhambra 10 Premier Red Cedar Top Classical Guitar

The Alhambra 10 Premier classical has a bracing design that maximizes its volume and projection.Balanced bass, medium and treble sounds and an incredible sound projection, in modern guitar.   A sound with a perfect string height, high enough to contribute to the sound, but at the same time with just the right height to be extremely comfortable, which describes a guitar with incredible sound projection and well-balanced bass, medium and treble.  

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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Alhambra Carlos Piñana 5FP and 10FP Flamenco Guitars

Alhambra Carlos Piñana 5FP and 10FP Flamenco Guitars

Alhambra Guitars, in a collaboration with Carlos Piñana, a fabulous young player from Murcia, Spain, have focused on making dramatic improvements to the Flamenco Negra Guitar. The Alhambra 5FP Carlos Piñana Flamenco Guitar and the Alhambra 10FP Carlos Piñana flamenco guitar offers players a fuller, rounder bass response.

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Price: $0.00 CAD
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Ramirez Estudio 3 / Studio 3 Classical Guitar

Ramirez Estudio 3 / Studio 3 Classical Guitar

The Ramirez Estudio 3 / Studio 3 guitar is the third model and top of the line in the Studio Line from Jose Ramirez guitars. Built with a solid cedar top, solid Indian rosewood back and sides and ebony fretboard. The Estudio 3 / Studio 3 products great volume, body, interplay of tones, balance, roundness and warmth.

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Price: $3,650.00 CAD
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Alhambra Crossover Classical CS-LR

Alhambra Crossover Classical CS-LR

The Alhambra Crossover classical CS-LR CW with laminated Rosewood back and sides and a Fishman Prefix pickup option is a lower cost option than the CS-3 CW for the steel string player needing the responsiveness of nylon, with the practicalities of amplification.  The Alhambra Crossover CS-LR is an excellent solution to those who are willing to express modern music with a classy touch.  With a neck of 48 mm and its fine quality of Cedar top, this instrument has the versatility of giving you a beautiful sound plugged or unplugged.

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