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❌SOLD❌ G W Barry 30-12 Mod C Ziricote Steel String Guitar

❌SOLD❌ G W Barry 30-12 Mod C Ziricote Steel String Guitar

The first guitar featured in the G W Barry 30-12 collection is a stunning Mod-C with a splendid Ziricote back and sides set and a premium Lutz Spruce top.

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❌SOLD❌ C. F. Martin 00028vs, 2014

❌SOLD❌  C. F. Martin 00028vs, 2014

Part of the Marquis series, the C. F. Martin 000-27vs is a recreation of a classic Martin guitar from the earlier part of the 20th century.   The Martin 000-28vs uses the larger 000 size body, and the 28 material and trim set – Sitka Spruce top, Indian Rosewood back and sides, herringbone binding, mahogany neck with slotted headstock.

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Price: $3,300.00 CAD

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE : C. F. Martin D-28 Marquis

NO LONGER AVAILABLE :  C. F. Martin D-28 Marquis

The C.F. Martin D-28 Marquis features ‘Martin Golden Era’ (1930-1940) appointments and is constructed with East Indian rosewood and Adirondack Spruce.

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❌SOLD❌ 1929 C. F. Martin 00-28 Steel String Acoustic Guitar

❌SOLD❌ 1929 C. F. Martin 00-28 Steel String Acoustic Guitar

The Martin 00-28 appeared in 1898 and was built until 1941, when war restrictions scaled back many commercial activities but four have been built since ’41.

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(Discontinued) Taylor 914ce with Laskin Armrest, 2015

(Discontinued) Taylor 914ce with Laskin Armrest, 2015

The Taylor 914ce resides in the higher end of Taylor’s Spruce and Rosewood models. Using the Grand Auditorium design with both a cutaway and an ebony Laskin Armrest and lots of shell trim, the Taylor 914ce is a spectacular guitar – in tone, playability, comfort and appearance.

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Out Of Stock – C. F. Martin CEO-7 Steel String Guitar

Out Of Stock - C. F. Martin CEO-7 Steel String Guitar

The new Martin CEO-7 steel string guitar is based on guitars from the late 1920s and early 1930s, often called the ‘Golden Era’. These instruments are smaller, 00 size, with shorter scale lengths.

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