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Martin 0018 Steel String Guitar Natural, 1950

Martin 0018 Steel String Guitar Natural, 1950

Rounding out the day is a lovely Martin 0018 steel string guitar built during April of 1950, very glossy and having had a neck reset for great playability!

Vintage
Price: $5,750.00 CAD
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Gibson Country Western Model Natural, 1957

Gibson Country Western Model Natural, 1957

The Gibson Country Western Model debuted in 1955 as a miracle of rebranding – it is the classic Gibson SJ-N, Southern Jumbo Natural, with a new label! The SJ-N appeared in 1942, became the Country Western in 1955,  was again renamed the SJ-N in 1960,  and  finally dubbed the SJ Country Western in 1962.   The model was discontinued in 1977. The Gibson Country Western model, like the SJ-N, pairs a Sitka Spruce top with Mahogany for the sides, back, body blocks and neck.

Vintage
Price: $6,250.00 CAD
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Martin Custom D42 Madagascar Rosewood Amberburst, 2006

Martin Custom D42 Madagascar Rosewood Amberburst, 2006

The Martin Custom line offers, as the name suggests, a wide range of options. This is a Martin Custom with  mostly D42 style appointments.  A D-45 style ‘Alternative Torch’ headstock inlay is used in place of the normal ‘C F Martin’ logo.  This particular guitar was built as part of  Martin’s 2006 ‘1833’ Series. 

Used
Price: $12,500.00 CAD
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Collings CJ GSB Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst, 2006

Collings CJ GSB Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Sunburst, 2006

The Collings CJ GSB is a fantastic instrument, taking cues from classic slope-shouldered dreadnought models and far surpassing them in build and materials quality. The CJ stands for “Collings Jumbo” while the “GSB” means that this guitar has both a German Spruce top and a Sunburst finish, two of the basic options for this model.

Used
Price: $5,400.00 CAD
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Larrivee OM09 Indian Rosewood Natural, 2001

Larrivee OM09 Indian Rosewood Natural, 2001

The Larrivée OM09 is based on the classic Orchestra Model guitars that first appeared in the opening days of the 1930’s as banjo players migrated to guitar but found they needed access to more frets. These models provide a well-balanced tonal representation throughout the harmonic range with plenty of volume, making them ideal for fingerstyles or strumming. This Larrivée OM09 was built during 2001 at the Larrivée shop in Oxnard, California. It’s in overall good condition with a few small dents on the top edge of the headstock, and a lacquer crack along the center seam below the bridge.

Used
Price: $1,900.00 CAD
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Boucher HG56 Heritage Goose 12-Fret

Boucher HG56 Heritage Goose 12-Fret

The Boucher HG56 is crafted for the best tonal results. It will deliver mids and bass depth while finger picking even using a capo at the 7th fret. Evenness and richness of sound will surprise the most accomplished players. The ability of this instrument to adjust to your musical style will elevate your playing to the point of your finding it difficult to put it down. Many fingerstyle players have told us that they feel immediately became better musicians as soon as they played our Heritage Goose. This gives us at Boucher Guitars a great sense of pride to help you accomplish your full musical potential and to boost your creativity.

New
Price: $5,019.00 CAD
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