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1890's Tilton guitar, fancy model with diagonal spruce top, shark-tooth style binding, with original coffin case. $1995

1900 Bay State, small body parlor guitar, top is spruce, back and sides are mahogany, bound with salt and pepper all around, bound fingerboard, great little guitar, with modern hardcase, $995

1930s Kaykraft flattop, cool little post "parlor guitar" most likely built by Regal (see the bridge and headstock), great and rarely seen Egyptian style "stencil" on the top, more decorative, but very playable as well, with SSC, $595

1930's Regal Kleartone, 14 fret O size guitar, sunburst finish, plastic MOT headstock overlay with colorful logo, very nice ragtime and or Delta style guitar, SC, $795

1930's Regal Marveltone, OO size 12 fret model, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, same as a OO 28 from the late 1920's in tone and appearance, $3495

1942 Gibson J45, sunburst finish, has two very small top cracks on it's 4 piece top (War time feature). Has Banner "Only a Gibson is Good Enough" and Truss rod. The sound, what can I say, one piece back with 2 small cracks. Great guitar with original hardcase, $5000

1947 Gibson L5N, non cutaway, blond finish, very nice and hard to find example. The back is figured with burl and Birdseye. Script logo, huge sound, missing pickguard (has a modern pickguard in the case), getting very hard to come by, Call

1962 Gibson J 200, sunburst finish, the cleanest I've ever seen, sounds like a great J45 being played in church!, With OHSC, Call

1964 Martin D 28, nice example with only a few check lines, Brazilian rosewood back and sides (of course), very straight grained like a 1950s model, sounds great, has a low saddle, but not needing a reset as of yet, $Call

1969 Gibson Johnny Smith, single pickup model, excellent condition, sunburst finish, nice flamed back, OHSC, Call

1973 Martin D 18, what can be said, it's one woman owner almost never played it, although it looks like she smoked and the color is darker than most, with O(blue)HSC, $1995

1974 Guild F 50 R, very good condition, looks like Brailizian rosewood back and sides, neck is Padouk (looks like rosewood to me), sounds as good as you'd exspect, Call or email for price

1976 Ovation Patriot, the first of Ovations limited editions, serial #1, full acoustic, oh so rare, we also have #76, take them both a be a real American, with hardcases, Call

1980s Adamas II cutaway, red finish, super cool, very deep bass, near mint condition, with OHSC, Call for price

1990s Adamas II cutaway, red finish, last of the good ones with "ribbed" graphite top, full eq electronics and treble side sound holes, with OHSC, $1495

1986 Monteleone Radio City Prototype, super deluxe blond archtop by one of the best luthiers of the our time.  This guitar is exceptional and worthy of any collection, Call for price and details

1994 Unity Archtop ,Prototype, built in Kalamazoo to celebrate the 100 years of guitar building in that city. The finest woods with a natural finish and sharp cutaway make this a standout guitar, with OHSC, Call

1996 Bennadetto Manhattan, sunburst finish, pre Fender/Guild period, near mint and ready for your collection or playing needs. Cool to get a nice a archtop that's no longer available and priced right. Call

1998 Taylor K20C, Koa Top Back and Sides, near mint, more tone than you normally get from a Taylor Koa guitar and much more volume as well. With OHSC, Call

1999 Gibson Le Grande L5, sunburst finish, near mint, almost never played, great archtop from the creators of the category, OHSC, Call

2001 Dell Arte Oval hole (Selmer), super high end Django style guitar, Indian rosewood back and sides, light as air, so responsive I can't begin to describe how good an example this is. It is truly exceptional, the notes hang forever. If you've tried to find a Gypsy guitar, but keep finding dead sounding copies, this guitar will make you so happy, you can stop looking. This is it, period. OHSC, $3500




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