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A modern classic that has been wowing guitar players for generations
An all-original piece of music history: the 1969 Les Paul Custom "Fretless Wonder"
The Vintage 1955 Fender Telecaster: A piece of music history
Taylor's most popular acoustic guitar... and for good reason!
A vintage-style Grand Concert guitar, with lots of modern features!
A vintage-style acoustic with 21st century electronics!
An amazing Grand Symphony guitar featuring rare exotic woods and cutting edge technology
It's an electric! It's an acoustic! Stop, you're both right.
The PC15 Grand Concert Acoustic guitar has a real wood spruce top and mahogany back and sides that give it a huge, warm sound and a feel that is unparalelled in this price range.
The T-52 is a near perfect replica of the classic 1952 Butterscotch Tele that is sought after by players and collectors all over the world.
The body and neck of an original 1958 P-Bass, with tons of modifications
The Ibanez UEW20SME spalted maple cutaway concert acoustic-electric ukulele is a modern take on the sweet-toned, nylon-stringed ukulele that originated in 19th century Hawaii.
a modern take on the sweet-toned, nylon-stringed ukulele that originated in 19th century Hawaii
This soprano ukulele has a smaller body than its concert-style counterparts, but it's still big on tone!
The original signature model from the original guitar god
Chet Atkins was known not only for his technique, but for his technical innovation.
Built-in piezo pickup and dual output give this guitar a tonal range that exceeds the expectations set by standard PRS guitars
The key to the big parlor sound is the combination of a unidirectional carbon soundboard and hybrid body construction
A gritty overdrive that'll add some New York attitude to your sound
Electro-Harmonix East River Drive Overdrive is as gritty and raw as the Big Apple.
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