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❌ SOLD ❌ Maegen Wells Archtop Guitar, 2015

❌ SOLD ❌  Maegen Wells Archtop Guitar, 2015

This Maegen Wells archtop guitar is built using a traditional pairing of carved Spruce top with solid, flamed Maple for the sides and carved back. The body is 16.5 inches wide at the lower bout. The neck is birds-eye maple, with a bound Ebony fingerboard. The bridge, tailpiece, pickguard, tuner buttons, and heel cap are also Ebony.

Price: $3150 CAD

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Fender Jazzmaster Offset Body Electric Olympic White, 1966

Fender Jazzmaster Offset Body Electric Olympic White, 1966

This is an all original Fender Jazzmaster in its original Olympic White finish with matching headstock, with a neck date reading 13OCT66 or a Jazzmaster built during October, 1966; the 13 is a product code for either Stratocasters or Jazzmasters of that period. 

Price: $7050.00 CAD
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Gibson 1954 Les Paul Custom Reissue Black, 2000

Gibson 1954 Les Paul Custom Reissue Black, 2000

The Gibson 1954 Les Paul Custom was introduced as the top of the line in the new concept of the solid body electric guitar. Gibson had been producing electrified guitars since at least 1936, using designs like the Charlie Christian pickup on archtop and Hawaiian models. Ted McCarty, then president of Gibson and keenly aware of the competitive potential of Leo Fender’s designs, worked with Les Paul to produce a solid body electric worthy of the Gibson name.

Price: $4500 CAD
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C. F. Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar, 1965

C. F. Martin D-18 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar, 1965

This Martin D-18 dates to 1965, and based on the serial number ranking, possibly in late May or June. Martin built 7,404 guitars that year, and this was the 3,069th. It is in overall good condition, and has had a number of necessary repairs over the years. It has had its neck reset, as almost any guitar of this age would require, the pickguard has been reglued, and the top has a cleated crack from the bridge to the tailpiece.

Price: $4395 CAD
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‼️ REDUCED‼️ Larson Brothers Maurer 551 Steel String Guitar, late 1920s

‼️ REDUCED‼️ Larson Brothers Maurer 551 Steel String Guitar, late 1920s

This Larson Brothers Maurer 551 dates to the late 1920s and uses an Auditorium sized body, 15 inches wide. As was often the case in the period, there is no serial number and records are scarce, so it is difficult to date exactly. The top is Spruce, the back and sides are Brazilian Rosewood, with a number of old repairs to both. The neck is mahogany, with Ebony used for the fingerboard and bridge. The scale length is a modern 25.6 inches, and the nut width a fairly wide 1.9 inches. The finish base is original but there are a number of touchups and some overspray.

Price: $7999.00 CAD
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National Style O 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National Style O 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

The National Style O 14-fret model dates back to the early days of Resophonic guitars, as banjo players migrated to guitar and wanted access to more fret. The 14-fret to the body Style O was introduced in 1935 by the National Stringed Instrument Corporation. It came with either the Traditional Sieve pattern cover plate or the newly introduced Chicken Foot cover plate. in 1935 this guitar had a slotted headstock with a decal.

Price: $3689 CAD
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