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Ruby’s Guitar Armrest

Ruby's Guitar Armrest

Ruby’s Guitar Armrest is a simple armrest that attaches to the lower bass side of the guitar with suction cups, and supports the forearm away from the top. This removable design does not require any modification to the instrument, and if used properly (just remove the armrest after playing) will not harm the instrument in any way.

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1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior (consignment) SOLD

1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior (consignment)  SOLD

It’s not often we see guitars as clean as this 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior. This guitar is in very good condition, with a few small marks on the top and back, but very little play wear.

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2011 Martin OM-28 Custom Twelfth Fret 35th Anniversary (consignment) SOLD

2011 Martin OM-28 Custom Twelfth Fret 35th Anniversary (consignment)  SOLD

For The Twelfth Fret’s 35th anniversary in 2011,we commissioned a number of instruments including this Martin OM-28 Custom. Featuring a spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides, with herringbone binding on the top and ‘zipper’ back strip, this guitar is in very good condition.

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1941 Gibson L7 Sunburst Archtop Guitar (consignment) SOLD

1941 Gibson L7 Sunburst Archtop Guitar (consignment)  SOLD

Today we have a very clean 1941 Gibson L7 Sunburst Archtop Guitar. This guitar comes with a copy of the original sales contract, to a young man about to go into the US Coast Guard.

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1955 Silvertone S1384 Archtop Guitar REDUCED

1955 Silvertone S1384 Archtop Guitar REDUCED

This is seriously cool – a 1955 Silvertone S1384 Archtop Guitar. This guitar is virtually identical to the 1955 Harmony Espanada model, with the difference being the branding logos.

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2003 Gibson SJ 200 Standard (consignment) SOLD

2003 Gibson SJ 200 Standard (consignment)  SOLD

The Gibson SJ 200 is one of the iconic steel string flat top guitars. Introduced in 1937, it was an immediate hit. While it’s a fairly large guitar – according to the 1938 Gibson catalog, the SJ stands for Super Jumbo, after all – it’s actually quite comfortable to play. Tonally, it’s very even, and can be rather loud with great projection.

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