All New Instruments
McPherson MG 4.0XP
Sensational Madagascar back & sides.
Sought after Port Orford Cedar top.
Cantilevered neck for optimum top vibration.
Curly koa bindings....even the soundhole is bound.
LR Baggs active RTSII pickup.
One piece, oh so nice, mahogany neck.
MOP headstock logo, surrounded by Gold Schaller tuning machines.
Wonderful, tasty, rich, full sound. Blends well when strummed.
Fingersyle? You BET !
Ameritage case included.
Lichty Nylon String CrossOver Guitar
New, with stunning Lacewood back & sides
Huss & Dalton Custom FS Guitar
WOW! FS model, highly customized-- with African Blackwood back & sides and an exquisite European Spruce top.
Custom abalone rosette.
Abalone top trim and back center strip.
Abalone headstock logo and dot position markers on the bass side of the fretboard.
Curly Koa body binding.
Gold Gotoh 510 mini tuners with genuine Ebony buttons.
Ebony fretboard and bridge.
Ebony bridge pins/abalone dots.
Indian Ebony, modified Pyramid bridge that compliments the African Blackwood nicely.
Faster, satin finish on the neck (standard for this model).
UNBELIEVABLE chocolately tone! OHSC included.
This is the newest model from Bill, and it is DYNAMITE!
Kostal OM Guitar
Froggy Bottom P12 Deluxe Guitar
New with Mahogany back & sides
Adirondack spruce top
Curly Maple body binding, heel & end grafts
Slotted, bound headstock with abalone Frog logo
Nickel Waverly tuning machines
Abalone rosette & back center strip
Tortoiseshell colored pickguard
Big voice! Small box!
Neat and tidy construction, as always
Ebony fretboard with abalone fretboard markers
Ebony bridge with Ebony bridge pins/abalone dots
Custom fit Geib style case
List price $7540, Please inquire for ours
New Dudenbostel 000 Guitar
Brazilian Rosewood back & sides that Lynn selected from Robin's personal stash
Adirondack Spruce top
Comfortable short scale
Ebony fretboard with abalone dot markers
Ebony bridge with Ebony pins/abalone dots
Simple "18 style" appointments
Tortoiseshell colored body binding
Brazilian rosewood headstock faceplate with logo
Nickel Grover open-geared tuning machines
Mammoth Ivory nut & saddle (vintage through saddle)
Tone from somewhere in the 1930's, promise !!
200 Year Old Black BEAM Brazilian Rosewood back & sides. This rarer than rare wood came from the beam of a 200 year old building in Brazil.
This is the same Brazilian that serves on our Limited Edition Greenfield Guitar Gallery Series.
Adirondack spruce top
Grained Ivoroid bindings with purfling lines
Inlaid back center strip and matching tail inlay
Brazilian rosewood fretboard and headstock faceplate - Nick did a wonderful job of matching the grain pattern on these
Brazilian rosewood bridge
Mammoth Ivory nut & saddle
Slotted square fretboard markers
Herringbone top trim
Nickel oval button Waverly tuning machines
Calton flight case
Laurie Williams Tui Guitar
Premium ancient flame Kauri flame/whitebait back & sides
Bearclaw Sitka spruce top
Top & Back ergonomic Bevels in Macassar Ebony
Aboyna burl & paua abalone rosette
The Lone Cypress inlay appears on the Ebony fretboard
Some of the components of this exquisite inlay are: Mother of Pearl, Brown lip MOP, Awabi, Washboard Mussel, Abalone, & paua
Fine colorful paua purfling outlines the fretboard and headstock
Figured Imbuya headstock backplate
Flame White Ancient Kauri headstock faceplate with paua logo
Paua abalone purfling encircles top top, back & sides
Even the center back strip and tail wedge are outlined with fine paua purfling
Gold Gotoh 510 tuning machines
Gold EVO fret wire
A fuller story of this ancient wood is below, but there is just something magical about something as old as this earth being formed into a musical instrument
Custom Ameritage case included
Rainsong Red Parlor (P12R)
P12 Parlor 6-string with 12-fret, short-scale NS neck
The small size of the Parlor belies full and rich sound. A sound that Is characteristic of all RainSongs. Key to the big Parlor sound is the combination of a unidirectional carbon soundboard and hybrid body construction. The P12 features the 12-fret, short-scale NS neck.
P12's neck joins the body at the 12th fret rather than the 14th fret. This moves the bridge back on the soundboard towards the center of the lower bout resulting in improved sonic energy transmission from the strings to the soundboard and enhanced bass response.