Category Archive: Other Acoustic Guitars

SOLD – (NEW) Baleno O-14, Adirondack Top, Rosewood – SOLD

(NEW) We are pleased as can be to be the exclusive dealer for Baleno Instruments. Chuck Baleno is a talented guitar builder from our part of the world, and his impeccably made guitars have garnered a lot of attention around here over the last couple years. On first glance a Baleno might look like the familiar Martins and Gibsons that

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SOLD – (USED) Huss & Dalton 10th Anniversary BRAZILIAN! – SOLD

(Pre-Owned) – We’ve been so proud to be Huss & Dalton’s Top Dealer and as such, we were pleased to have received Number One and Number Two of their Tenth Anniversary models (one in Koa, one in fabulous Brazilian RW)  back in 2006. Here we have (back on consignment from a collector) Numero Dos!! (# Two of Ten) in old-growth dazzling highly

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(SOLD) (USED) Kevin Kopp Nick Lucas, Maple – SOLD

(USED) Just arrived. Taken on trade on a Huss & Dalton Brazilian Rosewood guitar. This is a stunningly beautiful Nick Lucas model from Kevin Kopp of Bozeman, MT, and to say that we are impressed would be a severe understatement. The instrument has fit and finish rivaling the finest boutique builder, and the tone is PERFECT. Watch this site for more KOPP

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(SOLD) Baleno Size 2 Parlor – Brazilian Rosewood, Adirondack Spruce, Abalone Purfling and Torch – SOLD

(NEW) Export, PA’s Chuck Baleno continues to impress us with his guitars – with fit and finish rivaling some top names, and tone to match. Here, we are pleased to present a fancy Size 2 parlor in BRAZILIAN rosewood and Adirondack spruce with a fretboard of Macassar ebony. Don’t let its diminutive stature fool you, the Size 2 has a wonderful and

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1939 Martin D18 – SOLD

(USED) (1939) Just back from restoration (neck reset, new fretboard, frets, re-finish, new bridge, saddle, nut, bridgeplate, and new Waverly tuners) by Dave Musselwhite. A tremendous sounding early (1.75″ neck) 1939 D-18. What a nice neck! Purchased from the widow of the original owner, this one-owner Martin had had some non-standard repairs done in the 1970’s (rosewood bridge and fretboard,

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Blueridge 260A Dreadnought, Adirondack, Brazilian – $2,950

(NEW) Holy Smokes! The last one in existence!  The Blueridge BR-260 “A” with solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides and Adirondack spruce top, ebony fretboard and bridge, 1 and 3/4″ nut width, small maple bridge plate, advanced forward shifted bracing. You can buy the whole guitar for about one quarter of what some companies charge for the Brazilian rosewood alone!!

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