(#7668)Figured Mahogany back and sides with a torrefied Adirondack top. 1 23/32 inch nut. Bone nut, saddle and bridge pins. Bone inlays on fretboard. Hardshell case. Beautiful guitar with more bass than you would expect from Mahogany. List Price was $6,150 on this guitar. No dings or scratches. As new.
Indian Rosewood back and sides with a Sitka top. Style 3 backstrip. 1 13/16 inch nut. Bone nut and saddle. Ebony fretboard and bridge. Hardshell case. One small ding in edge of top. Otherwise great condition.
(#13161)Mahogany back and sides with a Adirondack Spruce top. Varnish finish. Torch inlay on peghead and Collings inlay on fretboard. 1 3/4 inch nut. Bone bridge pins. K&K pickup installed. Hardshell case.
The PBR Deluxe has a curly maple body and a hard rock maple neck. The ebony fretboard is inlayed in the vintage hearts & flowers motif. The Deluxe is equipped with the famed Paul Beard "open" soundwell, resonator cone and spider bridge. This combination produces the sweet wood-and-metal tone that's so ideal for country blues and fingerstyle solos.
Hard foam case or padded bag optional.
Mahogany top, back and sides.
Rosewood fingerboard. Maple bridge with ebony insert. Genuine US made Beard cone and spider. High gloss tobacco sunburst. 1 7/8" nut. 25" scale length. Hard foam or soft case optional.
Mahogany back and sides. Sitka Spruce top. Mahogany neck and Rosewood fingerboard. 1 3/4" bone nut. Bone saddle with 2 3/8" string spacing. X braced with truss rod. Sunburst finish.
This is a great example of Tom Ellis' work from back in the day. Serial #23 from December of 1980 to be specific. If you have ever played or heard one of his mandolins then you know. If not then come on in and hear for yourself!!!
(A131234)Brazilian back and sides with European Spruce Top. 1 3/4 inch nut. Maple binding and Abalone purfling. Ebony buttons on tuners. Cutaway. Ameritage hardshell case. Excellent condition. List Price $10,750.00
This guitar is an early example of the work of renowned luthier John D'Angelico. This particular instrument is an excellent condition example of D'Angelico's top of the line "New Yorker" model. It was completed on June 23rd, 1938 for Miller Stephens. It was the 22nd New Yorker produced. The instrument is in fine condition and with the exception of the pickguard it is in all original condition. The top was hand carved from the finest Spruce while it's back, sides and neck are all Curly Maple. The fretboard is African Ebony. OHSC included.
2013 in excellent condition.
AAA Maple laminate top, back and sides. Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard. Split trapezoid inlay. P94 pickups. Bigsby tailpiece. Hardshell case included.