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❌SOLD❌ Gretsch G6120DSW TV Jones T-Armonds, Orange 2014

❌SOLD❌ Gretsch G6120DSW TV Jones T-Armonds, Orange 2014

The Gretsch G6120DSW TV replicates the 1955 and 1956 6120 models, with a lot of typical Gretsch Western motif trim and Western Orange Stain lacquer finish. The very first Gretsch 6120 models were derived from a special order 1954 Streamliner Special, and presented to Chet Atkins as a potential signature model. This guitar featured a 16 inch single cutaway Maple laminate hollow body, and a second DeArmond DynaSonic bridge pickup as the Streamliner had only one pickup

Used
Price: $2500 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ C F Martin 00-18 Steel String Guitar, 1962

❌SOLD❌  C F Martin 00-18 Steel String Guitar, 1962

The C F Martin 00-18 steel string guitar has its origins in 1898, and was originally built with Rosewood back and sides until 1917, and braced for gut strings until 1923. It stayed in production until 1995, and was brought back online in 2016 with the occasional custom shop or signature model made available in the in-between time.In the form we’re most familiar with, the Martin 00-18 steel string guitar uses Martin’s smaller ’00’ sized body, using Sitka Spruce top and braces paired with Mahogany for the sides, back, 14-fret neck, and body blocks.

Vintage
Price: $4049 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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❌SOLD❌ Guild Aristocrat M75 Sunburst, 2017

❌SOLD❌ Guild Aristocrat M75 Sunburst, 2017

The Guild Aristocrat M75 appeared in 1954, a new instrument from the Guild Guitar company, formed in 2952 after the Epiphone strike and the factory’s move out of state. While electric guitars were new, the need for electric amplification was clear to everyone and new models and approaches appeared frequently. Guild produced the Aristocrat M75 until 1963.

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Price: $1100 CAD

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