• 1932 National Triolian "Sunburst"
    A fantastic Resonator, this early "12-fret" model Triolian was recently serviced by National and has a new fingerboard and truss rod that make this guitar play perfectly! The guitar includes the original cone, as well as a new National hardshell case. Perfect for the timeless Delta Blues sound, this guitar sounds great with or without a slide and has a character like nothing else! EXC w/HSC $3,500.
  • 1950s Harmony H-65 "Blonde"
    A rare, "Short Scale" Harmony hollowbody electric, the H-65 was only produced from 1956-1960. This example has a Bigsby tremolo tailpiece, as well as the original "speed bump" pickup, block inlays, and "fleur de lis" headstock inlay. A fantastic playing guitar perfect for achieving the hollow body sound with a smaller instrument. EXC w/HSC $1200
  • 1998 Gibson WM-00
    A great sounding Gibson flat top, This one-owner "Working Man" model Gibson includes all the original paperwork from the factory. The instrument is in fantastic condition and perfect for working musicians. EXC w/OHSC $1,400
  • 1929 National Triolian Resonator
    This is the ultimate guitar for slide. This National came to us from Joe Bonamassa's collection and is ready to be played. It has the tone and character that was made for the blues. A beautiful graphic on the back just completes the total package! EXC W/HSC $3500    
  • 1945 Epiphone Deluxe "Blonde"
    This is a beautiful example of a 1945 Epiphone De Luxe. These models are true works of art. These "master built" models highlight all of the skill and craftsmanship of war-time Epiphone builders, and feature some of the most ornate appointments. The stunning back and sides are made from carved curly maple and sport a wide, deep flame. With pearl "Cloud" inlays, "tree of life" headstock inlay, and gold "Frequensator" tailpiece, this guitar is sure to stand out. The loud, dry sound will cut through any ensemble setting. A great sounding instrument and striking work of art. EXC w/HSC $5,700
  • 1948 National Model 1155 "Sunburst"
    These fine Rare guitars were made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, it features a sunburst lacquer finish, mahogany back and sides, spruce top, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, The bodies are Gibson made J-45's matched up with early National made necks that pre dates the medal ones. Great sounding that is very open and loud just like an early J-45! EXC w/HSC $3750  
  • Washburn Ryman Pews
    This Washburn flat top is literally part of country music history - it is made from pews from the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville dating back to 1892. Known as the "mother church" of country music, the Ryman was home to the Grand Ole Opry until the mid 70's, and has launched the careers of countless country music legends. This guitar is number 4 of only 200 guitars made, and includes all the original case candy and documentation, including nails used in the seats that witnessed generations of music history being made. A highly collectible guitar with an incredible provenance. EXC w/OHSC $5500.
  • Alvarez 9 String Waylon Jennings
    This unique guitar is part of a small run made by Alvarez at the request of Waylon Jennings. Waylon loved the sound of 12 string acoustics, but by removing the doubled strings in the lower register the guitar could be made with a more playable neck and with better tuning stability. This guitar was one that personally belonged to Waylon and was acquired from his estate. A great sounding, versatile acoustic with ties to country music royalty! EXC w /HSC $4500.
  • 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    
  • 1950s RCA Victor Royalist Guitar & Amp
    This 1950s RCA Victor Royalist Guitar & Amp set has all the patina, bluesy character, tone, and 1950s charm you could ever want. Royalist was the house brand for RCA Victor Records and you could buy Royalist guitars at any RCA Victor store and dealer until the mid 1960s. It's kept tuned down and has that perfect swampy blues sound. Big thick neck, block inlays and the 50s Tortoiseshell guard with the DeArmond sound hole pickup. Sounds incredible, perfect for slide! The 1x8" Royalist 'AC-DC' combo amp that was paired with it is included. w/HSC $795
  • 1947 National Model 1155
    These fine Rare guitars were made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, it features a sunburst lacquer finish, mahogany back and sides, spruce top, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, The bodies are Gibson made J-45's matched up with early National made necks that pre dates the medal ones. Great sounding that is very open and loud just like an early J-45! Also comes with the original National guaranteed bond. EXC w/HSC $4500
  • 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.
  • 1968 Fender Villager "Natural"
    Fender's entry into the late 60's Folk-rock era, this late 60's Villager is a great sounding 12-string acoustic. A great player with a cool, 60's vibe. EXC w/HSC $1450
  • 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
  • Martin Style 2 Ukulele "Natural"
    A Great Playing Early Double Bound Martin Style 2 Ukulele! Very Good  w/SSC $800.