Vintage 70s Conn classical made in Japan. Nice warm, rich sound and easy playability. Good condition. Great deal for under $200.
Nice 70s Red Label Japanese FG 230 12 string by Yamaha. Fresh set-up. Even action. Sounds great and full. Comes with hardcase.
New Tobacco Sunburst dreadnaught acoustic by Recording King. The RDS-9-TS sports a solid spruce top for nice bright mids and high tones. A bone nut and saddle add to the richness of this acoustic. And it comes with a nice padded soft-case.
Nice introductory level classical guitar for under $100. The Lucinda full-sized classical is comfortable to play and sounds warm and mellow. Easy on the eyes and ears.
Like new Ibanez classical guitar. Super clean. Freshly set-up and playing great. Come check it out!
Savannah’s student model cutaway acoustic/electric is a really good guitar for under 200 bucks. Sounds great plugged in or played acoustically. Nice tortoise-shell binding. The on-board electronics come equipped with a tuner, and volume & EQ controls. Great deal!
Here’s an amazing sounding dreadnought acoustic imported by Martin in the late 70s. Solid spruce top. Rosewood back and sides. Beautiful herring-bone purfling and rosette. Comes with a 70s blue thermoplastic Martin hardcase.
Early 70s Japanese Red Label FG 110 by Yamaha. As you may well know these are great little guitars. OM sized body with a big sound. Fresh set-up with nice low action. Nice!
This 81 Guild F212XL is an amazing piece. With it’s jumbo sized, 17″ wide lower bout, it’s packs a robust punch. Solid spruce top. Rosewood back and sides. Passive under-saddle pick-up installed. Plays great with super low action and fresh set-up. Comes with OHSC.
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.