The ‘Dirty 30s’ 12 string acoustic guitar by Recording King. New! Great deal for the price. It sports a solid spruce top with a matte sunburst finish. Rosewood fretboard. Bone nut and saddle. Nice low action. For a 12 string on a budget, Recording King brings a solid contender with this guitar.
This Ovation Model 6868 Elite Standard acoustic/electric guitar play and looks amazing. Come with it’s original hardshell case. Mint condition and priced to sell. Made in USA.
Mint condition C. F. Martin auditorium sized acoustic guitar from the mid-90s. OHSC. Crazy. SOLD!
Single owner 1976 C. F. Martin D-28. Barely a scratch. Play a G chord and angels sing. Play an E chord and hell breaks loose. Give me a break. Awe-struck. SOLD!
Oh my god. What can you say about a well played, slightly kicked around, auditorium sized Martin from the mid sixties with a little work done w/ OHSC? It barely hit the sales floor. SOLD!
The Gibson C-1 was their late sixties classical/folk guitar. There’s some odd aspects to this one. Zero fret. Large sound hole. But the spruce top and mahgony back and sides give it a warm, familiar tone. This one’s been through the ringer but we gave it lots of love. Six glued braces later; this thing
This wonderfully balanced dreadnaught by Guild packs a mellow punch. Solid mahogany top, back and sides offer a distinct and beautiful tone. Plays great. OHSC. Sweet.
Beautiful blonde Epiphone Triumph from 1946. Built in New York city and sings like a bird. We restored this guy ever-so-slightly for you jazz-box needs. Amazing.