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Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard Heritage Cherry Burst, 2018

Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard Heritage Cherry Burst, 2018

This new model Gibson Modern Double Cut Standard, draws from the earlier double cut designs that other brands successfully copied – is built at the Gibson shop in Nashville, Tennessee. The traditional elements are all here – the mahogany body and neck, the body with a carved figured maple cap, the neck with a bound rosewood fingerboard and pearloid trapezoidal markers, ’57 Classic humbucking pickups with tune-o-matic bridge and stop tailpiece, and Grover Roto-Matic tuners.

Price: $5399 CAD
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Ray’s Rootworks Shellback Mandolin 2018

Ray's Rootworks Shellback Mandolin 2018

This Shellback Mandolin uses a surprisingly wide range of materials. The top is nicely figured Redwood, and the shellback – based on the Fibonacci spiral found naturally in many shells – is made of Cherry veneer with a Spruce center point. The side rims are Maple, with Wenge, Ebony and Spanish Cedar for the neck joint. The neck itself is birds-eye maple with a Padouk center strip and Ebony for the fingerboard.

Price: $2599.99 CAD
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Ibanez AS80 Artist Thinline Electric Cherry, 1983

Ibanez AS80 Artist  Thinline Electric Cherry, 1983

Produced in the early 1980’s in Japan and not as common as the much fancier AS100 and AS200 models, the Ibanez AS80 was the equivalent of an ES-335. This guitar is from the period when Ibanez fully established themselves as a builder of high quality guitars that were not simply straight copies of US models. Built using maple laminates for the body, and solid maple for the center block and rosewood-fingerboard neck, the AS80 is a straight ahead thinline archtop electric lacking the ‘bling’ of the higher-numbered models.  

Price: $1800 CAD
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Fender Jaguar Sunburst, 1965

Fender Jaguar Sunburst, 1965

Here, we have a very clean condition, 3-tone sunburst Fender Jaguar built during 1965. The neck stamp reads June of 1965, and the pot codes indicate the 19th week of 1965 – May 10 to 16th. This places production to a few months after the purchase of Fender by CBS. Until recently, it had been held by its original purchaser and was well cared for.

Price: $3999.99 CAD
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G W Barry Concert Cutaway Steel String Guitar, 2000

G W Barry Concert Cutaway Steel String Guitar, 2000

This G W Barry Concert Cutaway steel string dates to the year 2000 and was built in Toronto, using Sitka Spruce for the top, paired with Indian Rosewood for the back, and sides, and streaked Ebony for the fingerboard and bridge. The neck and blocks are Mahogany, and the rosette uses and Abalone ring. The Barry concert body draws from the proportions of the Gibson J-185, but in a more curvaceous – dare we say bodacious – rendering of that design.

Price: $3999.99 CAD
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Stelling Whitestar 5-String Banjo, 1983

Stelling Whitestar 5-String Banjo, 1983

This example of the Stelling Whitestar dates to 1983, with dark stained Maple for the neck and resonator and Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard. Overall it is in quite good condition, with five capo tacks installed.  The scale length is 26 inches or 660.4mm and the nut width 1.26 inches or 32mm. The finish is gloss.

Price: $2450 CAD
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