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Cole Clark Lap Guitar 2009 (Consignment) SOLD

Here is a excellent condition Cole Clark lap guitar from 2009. It features two humbucker pickups and a piezo acoustic pickup in the bridge with an EQ system. It comes with a Leveys Deluxe gig bag.

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National Baritone Tricone 1.5 2006 (Consignment) SOLD

This total custom order Baritone 1.5 Tricone not only looks great but sounds huge. The baritone scale neck allows for much lower tunings and massive bass response. The treble side cone has been replaced with a Beard spun cone to provide a bit of extra treble presence and the Vine of Life inlay package looks absolutely stunning. This piece is in excellent overall shape with only a bit of minor fret wear!

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National Vintage Steel Tricone 2008 (Consignment) SOLD

If you love the tone of a steel body tricone resophonic but prefer the look and feel of a plated guitar this is the one for you. This steel bodied tricone has a beautiful satin-nickle plating with a smooth feel and great aged look. This example is in great overall condition. It has recently had its frets dressed and leveled and it is set up for some serious slide playing!

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Weber Renegade Resophonic 2010 (Used) SOLD

Weber Renegade Resophonic 2010 (Used) SOLD

Here is a very nice all solid wood round neck resophonic guitar from Weber. It has a warm and woody tone with a nice bite and plays great. The guitar is in excellent condition with almost no wear and tear of any kind.

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G.W. Barry OM CW Brazilian 2007 (Consignment) SOLD

G.W. Barry OM CW Brazilian 2007 (Consignment) SOLD

This Barry OM CW has got Tone with a capital “T.” Featuring a beautiful dark Brazilian rosewood sides and back and a bearclaw sitka spruce top this guitar squeezes very once of sonic bliss out of its tone woods. Great note fundamental clarity and sustain are complemented by layer upon layer of rich and complex overtones which provides an inspiring playing and listening experience!

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G.W. Barry OM Maple 2001 (Used) SOLD

This is one of those guitars where I’m sure OM stands for Oh Mamma…. this guitar sounds great! Not only is this guitar super comfortable to play with its compact OM body size and low profile neck profile but it is as light as a feather! Big leaf maple is a dense hard wood which is often described as bright sounding because it has fewer overtones than other medium density woods and has a quicker note decay. However, maple does have a very focused and dominate note fundamental with a treble sparkle that really cuts through a mix making it a preferred tone wood for live performance. Some players find that maple guitars are overly bright and lack bass response but that is certainly not the case with this guitar. There is probably more tight and defined bass response on this guitar than any other maple instrument that I have heard. The treble sparkle and laser beam like note fundamental is still there but the lower midrange and bass provide extra girth to the overall sound making this an exceptional sounding guitar for use in solo or band settings. As always the simple but elegant design aesthetic from G.W. Barry makes this guitar as appealing visual as it is tonally!

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