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❌Sold❌ Taylor NS64ce Nylon String Cutaway Guitar Natural, 2008

❌Sold❌ Taylor NS64ce Nylon String Cutaway Guitar Natural, 2008

Based on the Grand Auditorium Venetian cutaway body style, the Taylor NS64ce pairs an Engelmann Spruce top with Big Leaf Maple for the sides and back. The neck and body blocks are Mahogany, the radiused fingerboard Ebony, and Cocobolo is used for the bridge and head plate. The rosette is a mixture of Hawaiian Koa and Maple. Stock installed electronics are the Taylor ES-N system by Fishman, tailored for nylon string response

Price: $1600 CAD

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Lowden S25J Jazz Series Nylon String Guitar, 2003

Lowden S25J Jazz Series Nylon String Guitar, 2003

The Lowden S25J is part of the Jazz Series, built on the cutaway Small body but built for use with nylon strings and aimed towards jazz and latin players who need the expressiveness of nylon strings. There is another model in the Jazz series, the S32J, and the primary difference is that Alpine Spruce is used for the top instead of Cedar. Both models are available with a number of optional woods for the back and sides.

Price: $4549 CAD
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Lame Horse Gitjo 6-String Guitar Banjo, 2009

Lame Horse Gitjo 6-String Guitar Banjo, 2009

This unusual item from Lame Horse instruments in Austin, Texas – a Gitjo, their version of the six-string banjo, is for guitarists who need the tonality of the banjo but fingering and chord structure of a guitar. This example dates to 2009 and is an early one-off creation, not a production model.

Price: $1950 CAD
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❌ SOLD ❌ Olivo Chiliquinga Requinto Guitar, 1982

❌ SOLD ❌ Olivo Chiliquinga Requinto Guitar, 1982

This very nicely built Olivo Chiliquinga Requinto Guitar was built in Toronto, Canada during 1982 by Olivo Chiliquinga at his Olivo Guitar Company workshop. It is constructed with a Cedar top, Indian Rosewood for the back, sides, headplate and bridge, mahogany for the neck and ebony for the fingerboard. The tuners are quality Schaller models, gold-coloured with faux pearl buttons. It also sports a set of the original Twelfth Fret bridge transducer pickups, mounted to an end-pin jack. This wonderful instrument plays well and is in overall good condition, with a few small marks on the top and back acquired over the last 36 years. A hard shell case, possibly the original, is included and is in working order.

Price: $1450 CAD

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Sold! Gibson ES-339 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar Ebony 2011

Sold!  Gibson ES-339 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar Ebony 2011

The Gibson ES-339 uses a smaller 335 style body that was a hit from its introduction in 1996 as the ES-336. It gives all the tonal richness and versatility of the full-size ES-335, but in a more compact package. This ES-339 was built at Gibson Memphis Custom Shop in 2011. As a note about the serial numbering – Custom Shop serials don’t follow the rest of the company’s model. At this point the serial used CS plus six digits. The first digit is the year, starting in 2010, and the second digit is the location, with 5 being Memphis. So, this is a 2011 model from Memphis.

Price: $2100 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ETG-150 Electric Tenor Guitar Sunburst 1961

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ETG-150 Electric Tenor Guitar Sunburst 1961

The Tenor guitar was introduced by Gibson and Martin during the 1920s as a transitional instrument, for plectrum banjo players wanting to move to guitar.

Price: $1999.99 CAD

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