Newer Alverez dreadnought acoustic/electric guitar. Plays nice. Passive Barrcus-Berry pick-up installed. Sounds great amplified. Perfect for the performer who needs to plug in. Also you can’t beat the price.
Late 70s Conn OO. Smaller body shape. Japanese. Late 70s. Punchy and direct. This is a nice sounding, smaller acoustic guitar. SOLD!
A great sounding Alvarez MIJ acoustic with cutaway from the late 70s. Nice player. Warm, rich lows are balanced with snappy, clear brights. We love this one. Come check it out. Made in Japan in 1978. SOLD!
The FG-75 is Yamaha’s small bodied acoustic guitar. Similar size to a 000 or auditorium guitar, the FG-75 has been loved by many for decades. The Red label Japanese made ones go for a pretty penny but this one is early 80s Taiwanese. That being said, we love these little guys. All their eras! Small
Art & Lutherie “Black” is a beautiful dreadnaught sized acoustic guitar made in North America. A&L are built in Quebec, Canada and used 95% Canadian tone-woods for their acoustic guitars. This one features Wild cherry top, back, and sides with a maple neck. Sounds gorgeous.
Yamaha CGX102 acoustic/electric classical. Great condition. Plays great. System68N preamp and contact pick-up make for great sound reproduction. Ideal for preforming or recording. SOLD!
2005 Gibson J45 acoustic/electric with original hardshell case. Historic Celebration series #37 of 670. Solid Sitka spruce top with beautiful sunburst finish. Fishman active transducer pick-up system. Condition great with original Gibson hard shell case. Nice! SOLD!
Late 70s Crybaby wah pedal. Vintage fun. Sounds amazing. Thomas Organ Co. build. California – late 70s VOX. It sounds amazing. Smooth and buttery. Cosmetically rough. Chips and dings. Replaced feet, etc. Tested and working well. Price reflected.
The late 70s was a good time for MXR pedals.The distortion + has that sound. Same with the envelope filter. That dirty, angry, 70 rock & roll sound. And their Envelope Filter is a warm analog dynamic filter with all that tone of the time. Both work well with guitar, bass or keys. P.S. We’re
1970 Les Paul Professional. This thing sounds amazing. Stock pick-ups & electronics with original hardshell case. You might have to come see it for yourself. Very rare!