• 1964 Gibson J-50 "Natural"
    One of the best sounding acoustic guitars in the shop, this 1964 J-50 is everything a Gibson flat top should be! A warm, balanced tone that lends itself equally well to strumming or delicate fingerpicking, this guitar would sit perfectly in any recording and when played live has the distinctive projection and clarity that only a Gibson acoustic can. With great action, plenty of fret life, and the perfect '64 neck profile, this guitar is a phenomenal player. EXC w/HSC $4,200
  • 1949 Gibson J-45 "Sunburst"
    Just in from the family of the original owner, this incredible sounding 1949 J-45 is a perfect example of the Gibson flat top sound! With a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a mahogany neck with a dark rosewood fingerboard, this guitar has the perfect balance of loud, dry projection with plenty of bottom end and a beautiful clarity that make these the perfect guitars for strumming or fingerstyle playing. These guitars really shine in a studio and can be heard on countless legendary albums. A replaced guard and a few professional repairs have insured this guitar is ready for its next half century of use. A fantastic playing and sounding guitar, these are some of our favorite acoustic models. VG w/HSC $7,995 
  • 1963 Gibson J-50 "Natural"
    One of the most recorded flat top guitars in history, The Gibson J-50 is the perfect workhorse any guitar player! The balance and projection make these ideal for recording and equally well suited to fingerpicking and strumming. This clean 1963 example is one of the best we've heard, with plenty of low end and clarity. The perfect '63 neck profile make this a fantastic player as well. It features a spruce top and mahogany back and sides wit an adjustable bridge and Kluson tuners. If you're looking for an acoustic guitar that lends itself to any style of playing, you can't beat a good J50! EXC w/HSC $4,200. 
  • 1953 Gretsch Synchromatic 160 "Sunburst"
    A fantastic sounding mid-century Gretsch Archtop, this 1953 Synchromatic model 160 features the striking signature "cat's eye" sound holes, as well as a Gretsch Synchromatic trapeze style tailpiece, floating bridge, and tortoiseshell pickguard. With a dry tone and tons of projection, this is the perfect guitar for cutting through any acoustic ensemble. Perfect for jazz, swing, blues, country, and even rockabilly style playing. A set of replaced tuners are the only modification to an otherwise killer example of Gretsch's early archtops. VG w/OHSC $1,450. 
  • 1953 Gretsch Synchromatic 100 "Sunburst"
    A beautiful example of this Gretsch archtop acoustic model, this 1953 features a script logo headstock and 17" body with f-holes and the signature Gretsch "Synchromatic" tailpiece. Dry and balanced with plenty of projection to be heard over an ensemble, this guitar is perfect for everything from jazz and blues to country or rockabilly. The large profile neck plays wonderfully all the way up the fretboard and with an original Gretsch hardshell case this guitar is ready to be used! VG w/OHSC $1,250. 
  • 1919 Gibson A-4 Mandolin "Sunburst"
    This Gibson A-4 Model mandolin is in remarkable shape and has a sound that can only come from an instrument that has survived for over 100 years! A beautiful A-style mandolin, this instrument projects a dry and balanced tone that can cut trough any ensemble, making this a perfect for choice for everything from folk to bluegrass. The original pickguard has deteriorated and a small top crack has been professionally repaired but otherwise this mandolin is fully original and includes an original hardshell case. It features a "fleur-de-lis" headstock inlay with script "The Gibson" logo, bound fingerboard with a comfortable "V" neck shape, and a solid spruce top. An incredible sounding mandolin in fantastic shape for an instrument that has survived for over a century! EXC w/OHSC $3,200
  • 1951 Martin 00-17 "Mahogany"
    Its comfortable size and all mahogany body have made the Martin 00-17 a favorite of many blues and folk players. With a neck reset and repaired side crack, this guitar is perfect for a player. With a dry and balanced tone, this guitar is perfect for both finger style and strumming playing styles. VG w/HSC $4,500
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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