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❌SOLD❌ Lado Supra 1 Neck Through Solidbody Black, 1991

❌SOLD❌ Lado Supra 1 Neck Through Solidbody Black, 1991

Built in Scarborough – the eastern part of Toronto – around 1991, this Lado Supra 1 shows off the quality of Joseph Kovacic’s work in building Superstrat style guitars. Here we’re looking at a Lado Supra 1, a single pickup version of the Supra. It features Lado’s typican neck through design with elegantly sculptured heel. There’s no restriction on access to the upper frets on these.

Used
Price: $1,000.00 CAD

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Taylor 150e 12 String Acoustic Maple Walnut

Taylor 150e 12 String Acoustic Maple Walnut

The Taylor 150e model is a 12 string dreadnought body size with a solid Sitka spruce top and layered walnut sides and back. The bass response and volume created from this large body pairs well with the crisp shimmering octave strings and articulate dynamics of the solid Sitka spruce top. For many players the lush octave shimmer of a 12 string dreadnought guitar is a familiar and inspiring sound. However, it is often a secondary instrument behind the player’s trusted six string. The Taylor 150e introduces an affordable 12 string to the 100 series of instruments for players looking to broaden their musical palette.

New
Price: $1,199.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Boucher JP Cormier Signature 12-Fret Guitar No.3

❌SOLD❌ Boucher JP Cormier Signature 12-Fret Guitar No.3

Here is a very special Boucher JP Cormier guitar, and one of only two available to customers before it becomes a regular Signature model. The other two are owned by Boucher, and JP Cormier! Based on the Boucher HG-56 000-12FTB – the 12FTB stands for “12 Frets To Body” – the Boucher JP Cormier model adds a cutaway, an Abalone Rosette, and Koa for the back strip, body binding, and end graft. There are no electronics.

New
Price: $6,399.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gretsch 6071 Hollowbody Bass Walnut, 1968

❌SOLD❌ Gretsch 6071 Hollowbody Bass Walnut, 1968

Built from 1968 to 1972, the Gretsch 6071 bass is a thin hollow body bass, using Gretsch’s sealed ElectroTone body and a one Super ‘Tron type bass pickup. It’s closely related to the dual pickup 6073 bass built to 1971, most famously used by Peter Tork with the Monkees. Here we’re looking at an early and largely original Gretsch 6071 bass, built in 1968, its first year of production at the Brooklyn plant. It features a laminate Maple ElectroTone body with faux F-holes.

Vintage
Price: $2,100.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Hartel Boucher Banjo Maple, 2008

❌SOLD❌ Hartel  Boucher Banjo Maple, 2008

This Hartel Boucher banjo dates to 2008 and is in very good condition. It features a solid Maple neck with the distinctive Boucher headstock, and what look just like Ebony friction pegs but are in fact excellent PegHed geared tuners.    The 12 inch pot has six cast brass Boucher style brackets, and an Ebony tailpiece. This is a fretless instrument, so the precise scale length varies with bridge placement.

Used
Price: $1,875.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Hartel Levi Brown Fretless Long Scale Banjo Walnut, 2008

❌SOLD❌ Hartel Levi Brown Fretless Long Scale Banjo Walnut, 2008

The Hartel Levi Brown fretless 5-string banjo is an high quality reproduction of instruments built around 1858 by Levi Brown who built banjos in Baltimore, Maryland. This excellent instrument features a 13 inch pot with brass hardware and a long – 28 inch! – scale Black Walnut neck. The neck has a slotted peghead and Waverly tuners – an improvement over the original, which would have had wooden friction pegs.

Used
Price: $1,999.99 CAD

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