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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.

New
Price: $775.00 CAD
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Taylor 517e Builder’s Edition Wild Honey Burst

Taylor 517e Builder's Edition Wild Honey Burst

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

New
Price: $4,199.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Taylor 312 Steel String Guitar Natural, 2014

❌SOLD❌ Taylor 312 Steel String Guitar Natural, 2014

Now discontinued, the Taylor 312 paired the relatively small Grand Concert body design with a shorter 24.875 inch (631.8mm) scale length for a compact, great sounding instrument. This is a fully acoustic model with no pickups. The Taylor 312 pairs a Sitka Spruce top with Sapele for the sides and back, and Mahogany is used for the body blocks and neck. The bridge and unbound fingerboard are Ebony, and the head plate is an Indian Rosewood overlay.

Used
Price: $1,000.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES-125D Archtop Electric Non Cutaway Sunburst, 1957

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES-125D Archtop Electric Non Cutaway Sunburst, 1957

The Gibson ES-125D is a rare version of a pretty common instrument. The entry-level ES-125 was very popular, but had only a P-90 pickup in the neck position until, and for only, 1957. Introduced in 1941 and offered until 1970 with production suspended between 1943 and 1946, the ES-125 was an ideal guitar for many genres.

Vintage
Price: $3,000.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES125 D Sunburst, 1957

❌SOLD❌   Gibson ES125 D Sunburst, 1957

Here is a rarity, built only during 1957 and in a quantity of less than 30. While the base model is common, the two pickup Gibson ES125 D is not. Introduced in 1946 as the effects of WW2 wound down, demand rose and materials became available again, the Gibson ES-125 was intended as a student model but has been used by many professionals over the decades. The ES-125 line was discontinued in 1970, though after 1960 or so most of the related models had the ‘T’ or Thinline body that was introduced in 1956.

Vintage
Price: $3,750.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Taylor 522e 14 Fret First Edition 12 of 100 Mahogany, 2013

❌SOLD❌ Taylor 522e 14 Fret First Edition 12 of 100 Mahogany, 2013

he Taylor 522e 14 Fret appeared in 2013, and as Taylor sometimes does, the first examples are special versions. This is number 12 of the first 100 built. Presently, this model is only available with a 12-fret neck.Built using a non-cutaway Grand Concert body style – similar in dimensions and proportions to the Martin 000/OM body size – the Taylor 522e 14 Fret uses Mahogany for the top, back, sides, neck, and body blocks.

Used
Price: $2,100.00 CAD

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