Posts Tagged ‘american’

  1. National “Rosita” C.1939

    October 22, 2014

    DSCF7114National Rosita Resonator Guitar

    America was not yet to enter the war when this baby was made. However the USA was building some fine instruments. This is one example of that time. We’ve brought her back to life with a neck reset and refret, everything is ready to go and the vintage tone shines. At $2900 here is a chance to have a pre war dream.

    $2900

    inc case


  2. 1942 Serenader Parlor Guitar

    April 2, 2014

    1942 Serender Parlor Guitar

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    Made by the Richter guitar co. of Chicago, this little baby is one of the most beautiful sounding parlors that we’ve restored. Vintage tone with exceptional volume, coupled with incredible playability. Everything has been done here. Re built and re braced. Amazing mid range punch whilst keeping the highs and lows in the mix

    $1500.00

    inc case


  3. Broken Headstock Repair

    March 26, 2014

     Guild Broken Headstock Repair

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    As with a lot of broken headstocks this happened sometime between the guitar being put into airplane baggage and retrieving it from airplane baggage. Needless to say the owner was not impressed. But all is not lost, things can be done!

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  4. 1962 Harmony Rocket

    March 18, 2014

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    1962 Harmony Rocket

    Can you believe it! This beautiful vintage 1962 Harmony Rocket had been sitting around the shop in a half finished state for over 2 years, owing the fact that John was so daunted by the prospect of re wiring her, that it sat in the “too hard” basket.

    until now…

    Finally here she is, freshly re wired, re fretted and ready to go. The super slim neck will be a treasure for those with, shall we say “petite hands” or maybe not. The Gold top pick ups are surprisingly fat and the tone is warm and woody.

    $1750.00


  5. 1977 Fender Telecaster Deluxe

    March 13, 2014

    DSCF5283A shiny, lovely 1977 Fender Telecaster Deluxe. What can we say that hasn’t been said about this little classic?

    The fat, warm tone of the wide range humbuckers are offset by the one piece maple neck and northern ash body. This guitar is original in every way real stunner with street cred to burn.

    $4050

     

     


  6. National Bluegrass 35

    January 8, 2014

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    National Bluegrass 35 compact resonator C. 1963 with molded Reso-glass body.

    The First time I ever saw one of these cutie’s was back in 1992 at a Deborah Conway Gig. Deb was cute, however her Reso glass took the cuteness and “cred” factor to a whole new level. As you can tell it left quite an impression on me, even though most of you, dear readers weren’t born at that stage. I coveted one then and still covet one now. If I could “back door” it without the little lady finding out.  Listen to the intro of this song and you’ll get an idea of what our little girl sounds like, please excuse the second rate audio.

    $2500