Museum: Other Acoustic Guitars

The Alahambra 7P is an all-solid and traditionally built Spanish classical with rosewood back and sides and spruce top. It’s facto...
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Serial # 65. Innovative Winnipeg-based Luthier Alan Beardsell flat-top guitars incorporate design elements borrowed from the ultra...
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Serial # 14176. Among the best sounding mahogany Dreadnoughts to have ever passed through the store, we present this Varnish D1AV....
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Serial # 75352. Essentially brand new, this 000-50 is in the same condition it was when we first sold it a few years back. It’s a...
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Serial # 207. The Recording Models were the Epiphone company’s first foray into guitar building. A banjo manufacturer since the WW...
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Serial # 141. Easily the most meticulous Luthier we have ever encountered, Sheldon Schwartz raises the bar even higher with this g...
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Serial # 407. Not much is known about the Epiphone #4 and other numbered-models built in the very early 1930’s. We suspect the num...
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Serial # 13516. With AAA-grade Brazilian rosewood back and sides, an absolutely perfect Adirondack spruce top, scalloped forward-s...
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Serial # 330. Here’s a completely original sunburst Washburn 5206. It’s an X-braced 0 sized guitar with mahogany back and sides an...
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Linda Manzer developed her Wedge design nearly 30 years ago while building the now-famous Pikasso guitar for Pat Metheny. It has s...
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The CR is David Iannone’s refinement of the Larrivée L-09. With select master-grade rosewood and Sitka Spruce, hand voicing and tu...
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Serial # 851. The Morgan CCR is a modern fingersytle guitarist’s dream instrument. With its balanced and pure tone, its Florentine...
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