c. 1930 Weissenborn Style A Spanish Style
A very Rare Spanish Style A Weissenborn round neck acoustic guitar. Figured Koa Body, Large V neck profile, Batwing style bridge, and 13 1/2" lower bout. A booming small body acoustic with a sparkling and resonant tone. The guitar displays some light finish checking and some nicks and dings. For its age, a nicely preserved guitar. No top or back cracks. One line on the treble side belly that appears to be finish checking along the grain line. The nut has been shimmed in the past. 4/32" 12th fret action. These Spanish Style Weissenborns do not come around often. HSC $4995
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1949 Gibson SJ-200 N Blonde
We are proud to offer this exceedingly Rare Gibson Flat Top. Seldom Seen Blonde 1940s SJ-200. Spruce Top, Super Flamed Maple Back and Sides, Mustache Bridge, Fixed Saddle, Thin Tortoise Shell Pickguard with Floral Design, Crown Inlays, 1 11/16" Nut Width, Gold Tuners, and Wide Lapel Truss Rod Cover. Very Good vintage condition. A few typical pickguard tight cracks that we have cleated otherwise a crack free guitar. Marked a Factory Second with no visible defect. An all original guitar that comes with its original Brown Hardshell Case. The Factory Order Number suggests a late 1948 production with an early 1949 Serial Number. One of only 23 Blonde SJ-200Ns produced in 1949. An Amazing Find. OHSC $16,900
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1968 Gibson J-200 Sunburst
Tobacco Sunburst Finish, Flamed Maple Back, Crown Inlays, Factory Grover Tuners, and Gold Hardware. A Beatles guitar with the same specs as George's 1968 J-200. Pete Townshend also used a Sunburst 68 J-200 beginning with the "Tommy" Era. Very Good Plus Condition with some light finish checking, some typical pickguard shrinkage, and a finish blemish on the upper back of the body from a strap. No cracks or crack repairs. Overall an impressive and attractive J-200. Included is the Original Black Hardshell Case with Yellow Lining. OHSC $6895
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1951 Gibson LG-3 Natural
A gorgeous LG-3. Natural Finish, Small Tortoiseshell pickguard, Spruce Top, Mahogany back and Sides, figured Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, and Factory Order number stamped on the neck block. Overall a very clean guitar displaying very little playwear. A pickguard crack on the treble side otherwise crack free. Changed tuners installed for more reliable tuning. Comfortable 7/64 bass side 12th fret action. Included is the clean original soft shell case. OSSC $2995
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1956 Gibson J-160E Sunburst
All original and clean J-160E. Sunburst finish, Adjustable Bridge, Kluson tuners (with super clean buttons that have not shrunk with age), and Tortoiseshell Pickguard. No cracks or repairs. A fine example that comes with its original alligator case. OSSC $4995
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1957 Gibson J-50 Natural
Natural Finish, Rounded 50s Neck Profile, 1 11/16" Nut Width, Thin Tortoiseshell Pickguard, Mahogany Back and Sides, U Factory Order Number and Single Line Kluson Tuners. An attractive crack free example. The guitar is in excellent vintage condition displaying some light to average play wear with some typical fine finish checking. The bridge has been reglued and an added strap button on the heel, otherwise original. Lots of sustain and resonance. A fine sounding J-50 from Gibson's Golden Age. Included is a non original hardshell case. HSC $5195
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1964 Gibson Hummingbird Sunburst
Cherry Sunburst Finish, Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, 1 11/16" nut width, Gold Hardware, Double Parallelogram Inlays, Single Line Klusons, and Orange soundhole label. The guitar has a beautifully figured Mahogany Neck (see pictures). Overall excellent cosmetic vintage condition with some light play wear and fine finish checking. The back of the body is very clean. One top crack on the treble side lower bout that has been repaired and cleated and the bridge appears to have most likely been reglued. A harder to find pre 65 wide nut Hummingbird. HSC $4995
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1965 Gibson J-50 Natural
An Extra Fine condition all original early 1965 J-50. Natural Finish, Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, 1 11/16" nut width, and Adjustable Bridge. A stunning example displaying very little play wear with some fine finish checking on the top. A few small nicks and dings on the back. No top cracks. Included is the original alligator chipboard case. A great sounding J-50. OSSC $3995
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1962 Epiphone FT-79 Texan Sunburst
A Beautiful Early Texan. Sunburst Finish, Thin Tortoise Shell Pickguard, Early Headstock Design, Wide Nut Width, Resonant, and Crack Free. A tidy all original example that displays only some light play wear. HSC $4995
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1978 Ovation Adamas I 1689-7 Wide Neck Beige
An Early Ovation Adamas I Acoustic Electric. A very hard to find factory Wide Neck example with the model number 1689 distinction. Beige to Blue Burst Carbon Fiber Top, Deep Bowl Body, Carved Headstock Front and Bridge, Leaf Soundholes, Signed Label, and Piezo Pickup with Pre-Amp. Wide Neck featuring a 1 7/8" nut width and a large depth rounded neck profile. The previous owner had a luthier apply some glue to the neck body joint to prevent movement. A very good condition vintage guitar displaying light to average play wear. Included is the original Ovation hardshell case. An easy playing guitar with 3/32" bass side and 2/32" treble side 12th fret action. We have had a bunch of these early pre-1980 Adamas I guitars over the years but this is the first Wide Neck 1689 model we have had. A beautiful and Rare guitar. OHSC $4495
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1950 Gibson TU-3 Ukulele Uke
A top of the line Gibson Tenor Uke. Only 205 TU-3 ukes were shipped during their production from 1950-1955. Mahognay body, Sunburst finish, and Multi bound top and back. Overall a clean instrument with expected finish checking and three tight hairline cracks on the back of the body. Two bridge pins appear to be non original. This Uke comes with its original brown soft shell case. OSSC $2495
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