• 1950's Harmony H-1250 Roy Smeck Jamboree "Black"
    This is a very cool flat top acoustic from the mid 1950s. Like several harmony models from this time, this guitar sports the name of the legendary "Wizard of the Strings": Roy Smeck. The black finish and white pickguard of this guitar definitely help it to stand out, but the most unusual feature is the curved aluminum double binding! Everything about this guitar reminds us of the 50s, and with a great playing neck, nice low action and balanced tone, it's just as fun to play as it is to admire. EXC w/SSC $895
  • 1969 Gibson J-160 E
    [gallery ids="54168,54166,54167"A Late '60s Version Of The Gibson J-160E, As Made Famous By John Lennon And The Beatles. This Guitar Features A Beautiful 2 Tone Sunburst Finish, Double Ring Sound Hole Purfling, Block Inlays, And Bound Rosewood Fingerboard. A Fantastic Sounding Guitar Acoustically Or Plugged In. EXC w/HSC $3,000
  • 1930's Harmony Royal Crest "Sunburst"
    30's and 40's Harmony's represent some of the best values in the vintage archtop world. This beautiful example was sold through the Sears Roebuck company under the moniker Royal Crest; one of the top-tier Harmony archtops available at that time. The tortoiseshell style pickguard and headstock overlay alongside the pearl block inlays make this a more ornate archtop than many Catalog brands were offering, and with a great playing neck and 15" body, this guitar delivers the dry, loud projection associated with much more expensive archtops. If you're looking for a great playing archtop with tons of mojo, this 30's Royal Crest is the perfect choice. EXC w/HSC $1,000.
  • 2010 Breedlove Pro Series C25/CRH
    An expertly crafted Breedlove acoustic, this Pro Series C25 features beautiful rosewood back and sides with a Red Spruce top and herringbone binding. The single-cutaway body makes for comfortable playing all the way up the fret board, while maintaining a full tone with tons of projection. With onboard electronics, this guitar is ready for any live setting, as well. EXC w/OHSC $1,300.
  • 1967 Fender Villager XII "Natural"
    An incredibly comfortable 12 string acoustic flat top, this 1967 "Villager" model features the distinctive Fender XII headstock, bolt-on construction, and great playing 60's neck profile. This guitar also features an added vintage Dearmond soundhole pickup and chipboard case. EXC w/SSC $1,000
  • 1972 Martin 00-18 "Natural"
    00 sized Martins are known for their comfort and versatility, and this 1972 is a perfect example! A great playing early 70's Martin, this guitar has a perfectly balanced tone that lends itself to delicate fingerpicking as well as hard strumming. This is also a great guitar for single note lines, and the neck plays wonderfully all the way up the fingerboard. The mahogany back and sides and spruce top are resonant and lively. EXC $2,150
  • 1970's Gibson Blueridge "Natural"
    A pristine example of this early 70's Gibson acoustic. Made in Kalamazoo, this guitar features a solid spruce top with rosewood back and sides. A great playing Gibson flat top. EXC w/OSC $1,350
  • 2017 Taylor GS Min-e Acoustic Bass
    This is a like-new 2017 Taylor GS min-e acoustic bass. Perfect for acoustic shows or at-home practice, this bass is incredibly easy to play and surprisingly loud! The previous owner purchased this instrument new and appears to have never played it. A great bass for beginners and pros alike. EXC w/ bag $600.
  • 2012 Mcpherson 4.5XP "Natural"
    Used by countless Nashville songwriters and performers, Mcpherson have carved out a reputation for building excellent acoustic instruments with quality tone woods and a distinctive sound. This like-new 4.5xp is no exception, and with a fast playing slim neck profile this guitar is a delight to play. This guitar includes the original hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $8,500.
  • 1960s Airline Folkstar "Black"
    Originally sold at Montgomery Ward department stores, this 60's Airline Folkstar was a short lived resonator guitar model. Made from "res-0-glas" and featuring a single cone "Biscuit" resnonator, this is a great playing and sounding guitar with awesome 60's styling like guitars used by J.B. Hutton and Jack White. EXC w/SC $1,100
  • 1930's Martin Style 0 Ukulele
    This ukulele was purchased, with cool stickers and all, in Hawaii over 20 years ago. All mahogany construction with a beautiful tone, very resonant. W/HSC $1350    
  • Epiphone Ellitist 1964 FT-79 Texan Ltd. Edition Paul McCartney...
    Another great guitar from our Beatles collection, this beautiful reissue of Paul McCartney's famous left-handed Texan features the original certificate of authenticity. This guitar was used on the recordings of songs like Yesterday and countless others, as well as being a staple in McCartney's live show for many years. With a solid sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides, this Nashville-made Texan is a great sounding acoustic and a must-have for any Beatles collector! EXC w/OHSC $2995
  • 2004 Martin D28GE
    A Stunning Reissue of the "Golden Era" Martin D-28. Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides, Scalloped Bracing, Herringbone Inlay, Advanced X-Bracing, Solid Adirondack Spruce Top. Built to the Exacting Standards of Martin's Pre War Instruments. EXC+ w/OHSC $10,000.
  • 2000 William Laskin Acoustic "Natural"
    Another beautiful guitar from William Laskin. The richly flamed Koa back and sides compliment a spruce top and ebony binding and fingerboard, which features a one-of-a-kind, Native American Motif inlay. The florentine cutaway body allows easy access to every fret, and the African-mahogany neck has a very comfortable, flat profile. EXC w/HSC $13,500