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1963 Gibson J-45 Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

1963 Gibson J-45 Sunburst (consignment)  SOLD

The Gibson J-45 is justifiably one of the most popular steel string guitars ever. The physical design of the slope-shoulder dreadnought is comfortable standing or sitting – not too large – and the tone is full, rich and warm without being boomy in the bottom or harsh in the high end. It fits perfectly into many musical genres.

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2004 Martin OM-40 Rory Block SOLD

2004 Martin OM-40 Rory Block  SOLD

This is very nice – a 2004 Martin OM-40 Rory Block in great shape. Aside from the basic fact that the OM guitar design works so well from tonal and playability perspectives, this guitar is very attractive and has an unusual ‘Road’ themed inlay pattern!

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1977 Martin M-38 SOLD

1977 Martin M-38  SOLD

This 1977 Martin M-38 is from the second year of production. It’s in good shape with a few pick marks on the top upper treble bout, but otherwise no major dings or dents. It plays well and really sounds good.

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2011 Martin 0015M Steel String Acoustic Guitar SOLD

2011 Martin 0015M Steel String Acoustic Guitar SOLD

Here’s a near-perfect 2011 Martin 00-15M steel string acoustic guitar. The 00 body style is one of the earliest Martin designs,
dating to 1877 with a 12-fret neck and 1934 with the 14 fret neck.

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1946 Martin D18 (consignment) SOLD

1946 Martin D18 (consignment) SOLD

The D-18 is known for a brilliant tone with lots of attack and great separation between notes, which makes it very suitable for styles as diverse as bluegrass and solo fingerstyle

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2007 National Style 0-14 Dueco Resophonic Guitar (consignment) SOLD

2007 National Style 0-14 Dueco Resophonic Guitar (consignment) SOLD

Between 1931 and 1937, National produced guitars with the ‘Duco’ frosted effect. This process involves dissolving a crystalline substance in lacquer, which re-crystallizes when the lacquer cures.

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