Brazilian rosewood and German spruce.
Built and inlaid by master builder Tracy Cox.
This guitar virtually sings, and at a huge volume.
Totally together in every way.
A truly fabulous piece of American musical instrument history.
Nice big neck on a nice big guitar.
A 50-year-old 1965 Gibson J-45.
A wonderful 1920s Gibson flattop with a wonderful story.
Bright, clean and loud.
Doesn’t get any sweeter than this.
Quite rare natural finish.
Can you believe blue?
From the original Hinsdale, NH factory.
An especially fine example.
A great pre-war Martin 12-fret, Brazilian rosewood guitar.
Here's a story for you...
The darling of the folk set.
The darling of earnest, well-intentioned urban folkies everywhere.
From as nice a period of Martins as there is.
Warm, clear & balanced.
The real deal.
All the clarity and balance that only a Martin 000-18 can have.
A grand concert-size Martin built to the sturdiness of some of the best stuff they ever did.
With LR Baggs pickup installed.
Huge clear tone and fabulous playability.
Almost 40 years old.
Based on a 1941 D-28 in Martin's museum.
A top-quality Martin guitar commemorating the 180th anniversary of America's oldest brewery.
Here’s your chance.
Huge price reduction!
A rare opportunity for a rare Martin.
Rare, unique, spectacular, and important.
This is as unique a Martin R&D guitar as I’ve ever seen.
Meticulously hand-built and made from the rarest of highly-figured woods.
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