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Tokai ‘SG Standard’ Cherry Red, 2000

Tokai 'SG Standard' Cherry Red, 2000

Here we have a Tokai ‘SG Standard’ in a gloss Cherry Red finish, dating to around 2000.  It was built in Korea and has no serial number, which places it between the mid 1990s and 2005.  This particular example was purchased used by the current owner around 2002 in nearly new condition. It’s still in quite good shape and plays very well.   

Used
Price: $650.00 CAD
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Gibson SJ Long Scale Square Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst, 1968

Gibson SJ Long Scale Square Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst, 1968

The Gibson SJ Long Scale, Square Shoulder Dreadnought was a variation on the classic SJ model built for a short time around 1968 as Gibson competed with Martin. The classic SJ first appeared in 1942 as a replacement for the J-55, an ‘upscale’ version of the J-45. This was originally a ‘slope’ or round-shouldered dreadnought with a 24.75 inch scale length in either sunburst or natural finish. The natural-top SJN version was renamed to the ‘Country Western’ from 1955 to 1960, and then back to SJN. In 1962, it was renamed again to ‘SJN Country Western’.

Vintage
Price: $3,650.00 CAD
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Deering Goodtime Blackgrass 5-String Banjo Black, 2019

Deering Goodtime Blackgrass 5-String Banjo Black, 2019

Here’s an unusual instrument for the Goth bluegrass enthusiast – a Deering Goodtime Blackgrass 5-String banjo, in black with chromed tension hooks! Introduced in early Spring 2019, the Deering Goodtime Blackgrass is based closely on the Goodtime resonator models. The construction is all Maple, sourced in North America. The fingerboard is black-stained Maple and the rest of the instrument has a satin Black finish. These instruments are built in the USA, in the same Spring Valley are of San Diego where top-end Deering banjos are made.

Used
Price: $990.00 CAD
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Martin D35 with LR Baggs M1a Pickup Natural, 2008

Martin D35 with LR Baggs M1a Pickup Natural, 2008

The Martin D35, recognizable for its distinctive three-piece back, has been part of Martin’s standard lineup since its 1965 introduction. The design was generated for a practical reason – it allowed use of smaller sections of Rosewood that could not fit on a two-piece back as used on the D-28 or D-45. While the D28 and D35 share many construction features, the D35 can have a bit more tonal range and better developed low and high end response and balance.

Used
Price: $3,000.00 CAD
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Guild Starfire III ReissueThinline Archtop Electric Cherry Red, 2017

Guild Starfire III ReissueThinline Archtop Electric Cherry Red, 2017

The Guild Starfire III Reissue brings back one of the popular, professional grade guitars from the 1960’s that was not built by Fender or Gibson.

Used
Price: $1,200.00 CAD
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