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Gibson F-12 (Early 50’S)

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Early 1950’s Gibson F-12 for sale. This mandolin belonged to my father’s best friend who passed it down to his son. It is currently owned by a grandson. Wonderful sounding mandolin that was regraduated and refinished by Lou Stiver in the mid 90’s. New tuner slots were drilled to install updated tuners. I believe they are Schaller tuners. You can see the original tuner slot openings which were filled in (not very noticeable). Has a green hue color to the back and sides. The Gibson added to the headstock (with binding) in place of the original Gibson logo. Updated to look like an F-5 headstock.

Original clam shell tailpiece has been separated from the mandolin and standard tailpiece with cover is on the mandolin. In excellent shape and is a true powerhouse with excellent tone. Thought about keeping myself but own too many mandolins already.

Asking $3500 with Travelite case. Buyer to pay shipping/insurance. Ship within the United States only. 48 hour trial period. PayPal ok if buyer pays 3% fee. Cashiers check also accepted. Will ship UPS ground. Email for more pics or questions. I will answer to the best of my ability.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130574
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 02:47 PM CDT

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Marc MacGlashan

Eldersburg MD 21784
United States

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1921 Gibson A-2 Mandolin Sheraton Brown

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Here’s a Gibson A-style oval hole mandolin in the subtly beautiful sheraton brown finish. With a bound carved spruce top and bound maple (or birch) back and sides, this sweetheart will provide all the tone you could ever desire.

This 90+ year-old instrument is in great condition with just a few marks in the original finish, light fret wear, and what looks to be a very small crack in the back, repaired professionally many years ago. The neck may have been over-sprayed at some time, giving the player a smoother finish with which to increase playing speed. The original Gibson tailpiece, tuning machines and bridge are present and functioning well. This is a wonderful example of a (just) pre-Loar Gibson mandolin.

$1475 including the original green-lined hard shell case and shipping.

1984 Guild Mark V Classical Guitar For Sale

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Mint or near mint 1984 Guild Mark V Classical Guitar for sale. Made in Westerly, RI. USA.

This Guild looks to me like it is in Mint condition, but as it is used, I will call it "Near Mint." It sounds great and has no issues of which I am aware.

I've read that 80s Guild Mark V classicals feature Solid Indian Rosewood Back & Sides and Solid Spruce Top. Please confirm this with Guild if interested.

Comes with hard shell case in excellent condition.

Great guitar for the classical or fingerstyle player.

$800. Paypal preferred. Prefer to ship in CONUS. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Will only ship to address of record. If shipped to Canada, buyer will pay any taxes or duties assessed.

Please email for pictures.

Thanks for looking at my Guild Classical Guitar.

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Category: Guitars
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Posted: Oct 21, 2018 01:00 PM CDT

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Tim McNamara

Lancaster PA 17601
USA

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Weber Bridger Octave Wanted

Mandolin Cafe Ball Caps

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Category: Mandolin Accessories
Ad Number 130571
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 12:28 PM CDT

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Mandolin Cafe
1100 New Jersey St.
Lawrence KS 66044
United States

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Tunes From 17th Century Scotland

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by James Oswald; arranged by John Goodin.

Between 1755 and 1761 James Oswald composed and published two sets of 48 Airs for the Seasons, 96 pieces in all. Each air included from two to four separate movements in different time signatures and tempos, almost always in the same key. Each was printed on a single page with the melody on one staff and a bass line (with figures) on a second staff. Additionally, each piece was named after a plant and organized into groups of twelve for each season.

Between 1755 and 1761 James Oswald composed and published two sets of 48 Airs for the Seasons, 96 pieces in all. Each air included from two to four separate movements in different time signatures and tempos, almost always in the same key. Each was printed on a single page with the melody on one staff and a bass line (with figures) on a second staff. Additionally, each piece was named after a plant and organized into groups of twelve for each season.

This book contains a selection of 24 Oswald airs, 6 for each season, in standard notation and arranged for solo mandolin. Originally intended for the flute or violin, in most cases the original key has been changed to better accommodate the modern mandolin. Oswald’s Scottish heritage is evident in the number of movements that are actually slow airs, jigs, reels or menuets. Altogether, this is a delightful collection of 18th century melodies suitable for solo performance, teaching or private enjoyment.

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Contents

Spring
The Auricula
The Frierís Cowl
The Lilac
The Pyracantha
The Rocket
The Junquill
Summer
The Corn Flag
The Batchelorís Button
The Heliotrope
The Lark-Spur
The Oleander
The Sweet William
Autumn
The Amaranthus
The Ambrosia
The Candy-Tuft
The Jasmine
The Oriental Mallow
The Scabious
Winter
The Almond
The Arbutus
The Box
The Golden Rod
The Holly
The Phillyrea

Beyond The Waterfall- Extraordinary Tunes For Fiddle & Banjo

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You've played "Over the Waterfall," marched along to "Soldier's Joy" and perhaps even found your fortune while trotting along on that "Old Spotted Pony." Now it's time to take the next step; beyond the waterfall to the land of lesser-played tunes.

Inside this volume are 40 challenging, unusual, interesting and dare I say- extraordinary tunes. As it includes standard notation, clawhammer banjo tablature, suggested chords and fiddle bow markings, this book is truly suitable for anyone. A number of old-time songs also include lyrics, so you can sing these great songs in the old-time style.

Most of the tunes include notes about their history and recording references are provided if you wish to hear how they were played and sung "way back when". I encourage you to take the time to do that. It may jump start your stalled old-time music collection or as some folks say, "start you a new one".

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Dedication
Introduction
About the Title and Tune Selection; Listen, Listen,Listen
About the Format
About Written Music
Reading the Tablature
A Final Note of Encouragement
Ask That Pretty Girl to Be My Wife
Been All Around This World
Been to the East, Been to the West
Blackjack Grove
Blue-Eyed Susan
Chattanooga
Chinquapin Hunting
Dusty Miller
Elkins
Flying Clouds
Flying Indian
Free Little Bird
Froggy Went A’ Courting
Get Off Your Money
Gilsaw
Glory Medley
Goodbye My Little Darling
Greasy Coat
Happy Hollow
High Yellow
Indian Corn
John Hardy
Johnny Walk Along With Your Paper Collar On
Leaving Home (aka Frankie and Johnny)
McMichen’s Reel (aka Hog Trough Reel)
Milwaukee Blues
Old Bell Cow
Old Melinda
Rattletrap
Red Bird
Red Fox Waltz
Reuben’s Train
Rocky Mountain Goat
Sadie
Sail Away Ladies
Shady Grove (in A major)
(John) Sharp’s Hornpipe
Tippin’ Back the Corn
Trot Along My Honey
Woodchopper’s Reel
Final Thoughts
Over the Waterfall
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Calton Burgundy w/Burgundy Or Black Lining & Free Delivery

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In the shop and ready for delivery, CALTON MANDOLIN CASES in classic BURGUNDY w/BLACK LINING and monochromatic BURGUNDY w/BURGUNDY LINING. We have a good selection of these brand new Calton mandolin cases; "click" on the above link for our telephone number and other contact information. Please call/email for current pricing on the case of your choice. FREE DELIVERY in the CONUS on in-stock cases.

The following is a list of additional mandolin case color combinations "in stock" and available, as of 10/21/2018:

*"GRANITE" YELLOW w/VINTAGE GREEN LINING
*"GRANITE" WHITE w/BLUE LINING
*"SPLATTER" GRAY w/BURGUNDY LINING
*"SPLATTER" BROWN w/VINTAGE GREEN LINING
*BROWN w/VINTAGE GREEN or GOLD LINING
*INDIGO BLUE w/ SILVER GRAY LINING
*RED w/BLACK LINING
*BLACK w/SILVER GRAY or BURGUNDY LINING
*BURGUNDY w/BURGUNDY or BLACK LINING
*GRAY w/BLACK LINING
*RACER GREEN w/GOLD LINING

We also stock HOFFEE Carbon Fiber mandolin cases, please call for pricing and availability.

Music Of Spain And South America For Mandolin Book/CD Tab

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Music of Spain and South America for Mandolin Book/CD
One Buyer Says: "CD alone is worth the price of this item, Buy it, very good, Thank
you, AAAA++++" Another Says "Simply THE best collection of guitar and
mandolin sheet music!"

Hear a few samples at Soundclick

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=284537

This is the book you want to buy. It is filled with syncopated, melodic and addictive
pieces that will lay easily under your fingers. They are fun to play and you will learn
most of them without too much difficulty. A few will be challenging, but not
impossible, and you will learn much about syncopation and rhythm as you play them.
These are pieces you will come back to and play over and over again. You will find
yourself humming them before you realize it. Whether it´ the challenging "Zorongo"
that you play along to the Flamenco rhythms of the accompanying guitar on the CD,
or the hauntingly syncopated "Anillo de Oro," this is a collection that you will keep
near and bring it with you wherever you go with your mandolin.

The accompanying CD will help you learn the pieces, and you can turn one channel
down and play with just the guitar. You can also leave both channels up and listen to
both the mandolin and the guitar play the pieces for your enjoyment. Only $18.95
plus actual shipping charges

Siway Azucena
El Noy de la Mar
Urubamba
Brazilian Lullaby
Hakumamai Purisisun
Villancico Cuzqueñ
Linda Amiga
Anillo de Oro
Zorongo
El Rio
Navidava Puri Nihua
Jota Puntiada & Xiraldilla de Llaviana
Moorish Dance
The Merchant's Daughter
Danza Pixueta
El Testament d'Amelia
Monica Perez
Cantico
Danza de los Hachas
Aire de Salamanca
Cancion de los Incas
Spanish Ballad

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Category: Mandolin Accessories
Ad Number 130567
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 11:44 AM CDT

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Allan Alexander

Tucson AZ 85716
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Collings MT Mandolin

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Price: $2,610.00

Serial Number A4004
Top Engelmann spruce
Back/Sides/Neck Eastern flamed maple
Soundhole F-holes
Binding Tortoise (top)
Bracing Tone bars
Bridge Ebony w/ Adjustable Saddle
Fingerboard Ebony w/ MOP dots
Nut 1 1/8"
String Spacing 1 9/16"
Neck Profile Rounded V
Neck Joint Dovetail
Frets Medium 18% nickel-silver
Truss Rod Fully Adjustable
Peghead Veneer Ebony w/ MOP Collings logo
Tuners Nickel Gotoh w/ black buttons
Scale Length 13 7/8"
Fingerboard Radius 5 1/2" - 11 5/8" compound
Finish Satin nitrocellulose lacquer
Tailpiece Collings original tailpiece
Case Deluxe hardshell case by TKL

Collings Mandolins have become world renowned for their trifecta of looks, tone, and playability. The Collings MT provides professional quality craftsmanship in a cosmetically simple package. This one features a beautiful satin sunburst finish, gorgeous highly flamed maple sides and back, tortoiseshell body binding, and a dark black ebony fingerboard and headstock overlay. In typical Collings fashion the tone is as deep and punchy as one would expect from an F-hole Collings Mandolin but without sacrificing the vibrant treble.

Kentucky KM-252 Mandolin, A-Model Transparent Amber

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Based on popular mandolins of the early 1900s, the KM-252 features solid hand-carved tops and backs that are meticulously arched and graduated to achieve the correct balance of strength and lightweight rigidity for optimal tone. This A-style mando is a real bargain!

$495.00

Back and Side Material: Solid Alpine Maple
Binding: Ivoroid
Body Style: A-Model
Bridge Material: Santos Rosewood with Adjustment Wheels
Fingerboard Binding: White ABS
Fingerboard Inlay: Mother of Pearl Dots
Fingerboard Material: Santos Rosewood
Finish: High-gloss Transparent Amber
Neck / Body Joint: Dovetail
Neck Material: One-piece Alpine Maple
Number of Frets Clear: 14
Number of Frets Total: 22
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1 1/8 in.
Peghead Inlay: Vintage Wreath white pearl and pearl Kentucky script
Peghead Overlay: Snakehead Santos Rosewood
Pickguard: Black/White/Black ABS with beveled edge
Plating: Nickel-plated / Pattern and Logo Stamped
Scale: Length13 7/8 in. (352.40mm)
Sound Hole Shape: Traditional F-Hole
Tailpiece: Nickel-plated with coverplate and leather insert
Top: Solid German Spruce
Top Purfling: None
Truss Rod: Vintage Single Adjusting
Tuning Machines: High-quality tuning machines with white buttons

Koaloha Concert Ukulele

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Used KoAloha Concert ukulele made in Hawaii with beautiful solid Koa body & mahogany neck. Comes with a hard shell case and has a pickup. Has a buffed high gloss finish. Very nice top notch instrument. $650 plus shipping.

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Category: Ukuleles
Ad Number 130564
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 10:35 AM CDT

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1980 Martin D-25 K2

Martin Bronzed Steel Plain Strings.

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Martin has just released their new Authentic strings to replace the previous sets.

These new sets no longer feature the bronzed single strings.

I have 3 new strings available: .013 .016 .017

$10.00 shipped

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Category: Guitar Accessories
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Posted: Oct 21, 2018 10:15 AM CDT

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John Sobczak

Ottawa Ontario
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Gibson Distressed Master Model F5 - Europe

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Up for sale is my Gibson F5 from 2005. It was signed by Danny Roberts in October 2005, serial number is 70321. The mandolin has the rare side-bound feature (like Monroe's) and the old style flower pot. According to the MM-list, there are only three side-bounds of 25 DMMs ever made in the Derrington era. It is professionally set up with EVO-Gold frets and has a wonderful bright, yet woody sound. The mandolin comes in a (Musiccompo) carbon fiber case. I'll be happy to answer questions concerning this fine instrument and send additional pictures.
Asking 14,500.- $US

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130562
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 10:12 AM CDT

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Hendrik Ahrend
Möwenstraße 7
Leer Niedersachsen 26789
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Gold Tone Banjola Very Nice $535 + Shipping At Cost

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Selling my Gold Tone Banjola. Comes with a very good fitted TKL hard case. New strings well set-up. Sweet mixture of banjo and mandola. I have had the instrument for several years with very light play. There are no nicks, cracks or damage to the instrument. I am a banjo player with a new interest in mandolin. I would consider trading for a mandola of similar value. Buyer receives 4 day review period with return and original shipping at buyer's expense.

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Category: Banjos
Ad Number 130561
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 10:01 AM CDT

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John Whitehill-Ward

Tucson AZ 85742
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Girouard F5

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We have a used Girouard F5 in on consignment. We built this while we were still in our New Hampshire location, and it is serial number 76, completed April 2014. Features a red spruce top (West Virgina), bigleaf maple back and sides from and a red maple neck. Head stock overlay, fretboard and pick guard are Macassar ebony. Parallel tone bar braced, Cumberland Acoustic bridge mother of pearl script/inlay dots, medium size nickel frets and varnish finish. This mandolin is similar to our current Studio models, but has upgraded Waverly tuners, James tailpiece and scooped bound pick guard. The neck has a carbon fiber bar for neck reinforcement and has remained perfectly stable with 0.003 relief, just where it was when we finished it over four years ago. I've gone over the entire instrument and will pass the warranty on to the next buyer. I did dress the frets to remove a few divots in first position and there is plenty material left for future fret dressings. There are some marks in the finish where the previous customer had a toneguard installed, as well as a few small dings in the finish on the back of the headstock. It is used, but well cared for. 1 1/8th nut, with a neck shape that is more U shaped and a bit chunkier than our current soft V shape. Nice even rich tone across the fretboard and up the neck. Setup with low action but can be adjusted to your preference prior to shipping. Feel free to contact me with any questions or additional pictures. $3900 plus shipping. We accept all forms of payment and offer a 48hr approval period.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130560
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 09:51 AM CDT

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Max Girouard

North Scituate RI 02857
USA

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2009 Rockbridge Slope D - Incredible Guitar - $2,500

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Truly stunning tone! Excellent note separation, and enough volume to cut through in any bluegrass jam. Tone is warm, dry, and sweet. Frets have minor wear below B and E strings, have never been dressed and don't need to be. No cracks or repairs. Nice low action with tall saddle. Guitar is not a case queen; it has been played a lot and shows wear, but nothing major or ugly. Mahogany back and sides, red spruce top and braces. 1 3/4" nut with 25" scale. Includes a TKL case that's in good condition.

Video demos: https://youtu.be/RlssU7t-2Uk

https://youtu.be/WHintPSGahI

Not mint, but if you want a very responsive guitar that sounds superb, this is a great opportunity.

I do not want to ship. I will consider driving a reasonable distance to meet a serious buyer. Picking it up at my home will get you the best deal.

Not interested in any trades at this time. $2,500.00

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 130559
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 09:47 AM CDT

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William Zimmerman

White Sulphur Spring WV

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Dyer #7 Harp Guitar C. 1910, Built By Larson Bros.

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This is the real deal, the gothic cathedral of harp guitars. This particular example was water damaged in the 1960s, poorly repaired but later fully and expertly restored by internationally-known viola da gamba builder John Pringle. Re-braced, cracks spliced the length of the back, mahogany patch in side of soundboard extension, bridge and some marquetry trim expertly reproduced, one replaced set of tuners in slotted headstock, 5 sub-bass tuners replaced with modern geared tuners as is almost inevitably done on these instruments if you want them to stay in tune. Top stabilized but dished around sound hole and fingerboard extension. Huge, brilliant robust Larson sound, decent action. Classic vintage masterpiece with an amazing story (see accompanying note below) at an amazing price. Includes custom fitted flight case. Please get in touch for more information.

$2500/obo. plus shipping

One day in 1968 a young fellow named Elihu Self was walking through the woods above Caser, North Carolina on the slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains, on his way to a poker game with friends, when he stumbled on a sight that made his eyes pop out. There hanging between a couple of sourwood bushes was the strangest, most exotic guitar he had ever seen. It had a regular six-string neck and then the body had a soaring extended cavity and soundboard that ended in a second headstock with a set of five sub-bass strings. It had been rained on more than once, the seams had come unglued and much of the fancy marquetry had fallen out, but he could tell it was something special. He took it down to the general store in Caser, and let it hang it there for a month to see if anybody would claim it. No one did. So he took it to the only guitar builder/repairman he knew in those days and asked him to fix it up for him to play.

The guitar Elihu found was a Dyer Style #7 harp guitar, built around 1910 by Carl and August Larson of Chicago, two of the truly illustrious and innovative American luthiers of the early 20th century. But the repairman to whom Elihu took it to put it back together happened to be someone with a bottomless and completely unfounded confidence in his own skills, and he screwed up that magnificent guitar royally. Still, he managed to get it to where they could put six strings on it, and Elihu played bluegrass with it for nearly thirty years, till he decided he really needed a D-28.

In 1997, I was touring in Western North Carolina, and the day after our show in Shelby, I went into a music store and asked the owner whether he had seen any interesting vintage pieces come out of the woods lately. This was well before Ebay, so music stores were still the place to find such things. He said, “Well, we did have a fellow come in last month with something to trade that looked like a guitar with a goiter.” I had a sneaking suspicion what that might be, so I asked him to call and find out if it was still available. We wound up driving into the mountains to meet Elihu Self and his Dyer harp guitar. It was in dreadful shape"patches in the sides with grain running crossways, marquetry that looked like it had been whittled by an untalented six-year-old, etc. The original label was long gone, but there is no mistaking its origin"there is nothing else like a Dyer harp guitar in all the worlds of luthiery. The price was right, so I bought it.

This time around I brought it to John Pringle in Mebane, NC,, an internationally-known builder of viola da gambas and historic basses. John had to undo all the old repairs and re-do them. He took it entirely apart, replaced braces that had fallen out, removed and replaced two-thirds of the marquetry trim, reset the neck, and made a scrupulously faithful replica 11-string bridge. He couldn’t get the top flat"it still has a pronounced dish around the sound hole and fingerboard extension, a well-done patch on the upper side of the soundboard extension and a couple long splints in the back. I later replaced the banjo friction tuners on the sub-bass strings with modern geared tuners, and provided a custom-cut flight case. The amazing thing is that, rough as it looks, it still has that astonishing Larson harp guitar sound, rich and roaring, with cathedral-like sustain and built-in acoustic reverb. It is a remarkable survivor from a prior Golden Age of American luthiery, a tremendous player, a great bargain, and an amazing story.

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 130558
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 09:33 AM CDT

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Gil Draper

Knoxville Tennessee

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1910's-1920's Gibson F-2/F-4 Mandolin Case

Duff F5 (2004)

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Fantastic sounding Duff F5 just into the shop on trade! This instrument features a new engraved James tailpiece (the original is with the mandolin, though the James is a serious upgrade). Its overall condition is very good -- though there's one area of dull finish on the back (please see photos). The most notable feature of this mandolin is its X-braced top: it lacks nothing in volume and power, but the edge of the note is significantly rounder than a parallel-braced instrument. Excellent playability, and a dynamite voice for bluegrass. Priced with Presto hard case -- click over to the Video tab to hear it being played by our friend, Ethan Setiawan!

$6,500.00

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Wrwest Zouk, 22 Inch Scale, Walnut & Cedar

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WRWest Designs
22 inch scale Zouk, Walnut back and sides, red cedar top, Maple bindings, Ebony fret board, Ebony and bone bridge, Gotoh tuners, custom cast tail piece, the top is a piece of reclaimed red cedar produces a beautiful warm tone. it's tuned GDAD or GDAE. Hard TKL molded case, $1900 Write for more info.

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Category: CBOM
Ad Number 130556
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 08:36 AM CDT

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Will West

Whitefield ME 04330
United States

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2018 Wrwest Irish Bouzouki, 25 Inch Scale, w/ Case
2018 Wr West Irish Bouzouki, 25 Inch Scale, w/ Case

Martin 00-18V

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A beautiful recreation of the pre WWII 00-size guitar with 14-fret body. The back and sides are mahogany and the top is Sitka spruce. As on the pre-war Martins the braces are scalloped, the fingerboard and bridge are ebony and the body is appointed with multilayered black/white top trim, tortoise binding, tortoise pickguard,. Modified V-shaped neck, abalone dot inlays, old style decal on peghead, nickel butterbean tuners, black bridgepins with white dots. In near perfect condition, just some light playing wear on top, and a small capo scratch on back of neck. Nut width: 1-3/4" Scale length: 24.9"

$2495.00

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 130555
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 08:30 AM CDT

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Bernunzio Uptown Music
122 East Ave.
Rochester NY 14620
United States

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Vintage 1964 Stratocaster

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Beautiful old Strat from 1964.
All original.
Nice full neck with excellent fret life remaining.
Big fat SRV tone out of this one.
Early clay dots and green guard.
Original case
$ 13,500 shipping free in the continental USA

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 130554
Posted: Oct 21, 2018 06:21 AM CDT

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Joseph DiJiosia

Pottstown PA 19464
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Bill Monroe - 13 CDs - Bear Family Records

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Hi Friends - I am selling 3 Box Sets of Bill Monroe music, 12 cds and 1 DVD in total. These are Bear Family Records recordings.

Sale Price: $100 + $20 shipping to continental US. Immediate payment by PayPal please.

All cds are in excellent condition, and all booklets are included:

1) Bill Monroe Blue Grass 1970 - 1979 (MSRP $115 USD)
2) Bill Monroe My Last Days on Earth (MSRP $100 USD)
3) Bill Monroe Far Across the Blue Water in Germany 1975 & 1989 (MSRP $115 USD)

Thank you!


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Category: Accessories
Ad Number 130553
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 10:38 PM CDT

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Cory Hawryluk

Houston Texas

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C. 1934 Gibson A-50 Mandolin

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$1,250.00

1 1/8" width at nut.

This is a very special instrument. We do not know the whole story behind it, but it was owned and used by a noted poster artist from the northwest, famous for years of Weiser festival t-shirts, posters, logos etc. I am referring to the noted Brad Pinkerton, who passed away in recent years. Before he died, he sold this mandolin to a good friend of his.

This is mainly (neck, top, sides) a 1930’s Gibson A-50 mandolin… but this one has a 1918 Maple Gibson mandolin back with label intact that was installed at a much later date, possibly 1970’s, 80’s etc.

Before we go any further, we need to state that this is a really great sounding mandolin, possibly beating every A-40 or A-50 we have ever had through this store. The attachment of the older back is technically “ok” but not a “nice” job. It shows wood sanded down to match, and shows glue lines etc. Tuners have been changed to more recent nickel Schaller tuners. Rare old The Gibson tailpiece instead of more oft seen clamshell tailpiece. Unsure about bridge history. At top of peghead, The Gibson script logo inlaid in pearl. Brazilian rosewood flat fingerboard. Brown sunburst top with lots of player wear and scratches. Back shows lots of maple figure. Frets are in good shape with some denting. For sound power, this mandolin beats many, many old Gibson mandolins.

Weber Gallatin A-14 F

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$1,999.00
Solid Sitka Spruce Top
Solid Maple Back & Sides
Maple Neck
Ebony Fingerboard
1 1/8" Nut Width
14" Scale Length
Hard Case Included

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130551
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 06:41 PM CDT

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Sylvan Music
1521 Mission St.
Santa Cruz CA 95060
USA

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6 Alan Munde Banjo DVDs $50 Shipped

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Willing to sell individually for $10 each plus shipping, but would prefer to sell as a set. Paypal only. Shipped via media mail.

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Category: Banjo Accessories
Ad Number 130550
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 06:37 PM CDT

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Patrick

Bellingham WA 98226
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Collings MT Honey Amber Gloss Top

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Price: $2,790.00

Serial Number: A4031
Top: Engelmann spruce
Back/Sides/Neck: Eastern flamed maple
Soundhole: F-holes
Body Binding: Tortoise (top)
Bracing: Tone bars
Bridge: Ebony w/ Adjustable Saddle
Fingerboard: Ebony w/ MOP dots
Nut: 1 1/8"
String: Spacing 1 9/16"
Neck: Profile Rounded V
Neck Joint: Dovetail
Frets: Medium 18% nickel-silver
Truss Rod: Fully Adjustable
Peghead Veneer Ebony w/ MOP Collings logo
Tuners: Nickel Gotoh w/ black buttons
Scale Length: 13 7/8"
Fingerboard Radius: 5 1/2" - 11 5/8" compound
Body Finish: Satin nitrocellulose lacquer
Tailpiece: Collings original tailpiece
Strings: D'Addario EJ74 (.011" - .040")
Case: Deluxe hardshell case by TKL
This brand new Collings MT Mandolin in a Honey Amber finish is sweet as honey in both appearance, playability, and sound. Visually the instrument is quite attractive and falls into a rich gold hue. The playability is as perfect as one can expect any new Collings to be, which means it is very easy to play. Tonally this one is bright and ringing with a pleasantly cutting tone. We love Collings Mandolins and this piece is just another example of why. Also included is the Collings TKL hardshell case, manufacturers limited lifetime warranty, and the guarantee that this instrument has been expertly set up to play its very best.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130549
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 06:37 PM CDT

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The Denver Folklore Center
1893 South Pearl Street
Denver CO 80210
United States

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Weber Custom Bitterroot F Mandolin

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$2850.00
2010; Serial Number 10383304

This beautiful instrument has a nice, mellow, woody tone!
Great condition with only a few small finish dings.

See more pictures at the link:
https://www.montanalutherie.com/product/weber-custom-bitterroot-f-mandolin/

Built with an X braced Sitka spruce top, curly maple back, rim, and neck, ebony peghead veneer with Weber logo in mother-of-pearl, bound ebony fingerboard with a 10” radius, 1-⅛” bone nut, mother-of-pearl diamond fret markers, and .080 frets.
Oval sound hole with a double herringbone rosette, Ivory top binding, double action truss rod, adjustable ebony bridge,
Sunburst color with satin lacquer finish.
Grover tuners, cast tailpiece and a hardshell case in good condition.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130548
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 06:25 PM CDT

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Mary Weber
5400 Frontage Rd.
Manhattan MT 59741
United States

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2005 Sumi S-F-5 Deluxe

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An outstanding example of Sumi's work.

Figured Hokkaido red spruce top and flamed maple back, sides and neck.

Top and side bound peghead, back and top.

Flat fretboard with scooped extension.

Removable fretboard mounted abbreviated pickguard.

Original Sumi case.

Sound is subjective, but to me, this one sounds like a million bucks.

https://youtu.be/rSQMgwmvKhU

$4,000 plus shipping of your choice.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130547
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 04:13 PM CDT

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David

Fairbanks Alaska 99709

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Dwaileebe Mandolin

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This is an F style mandolin. It features Carpathian spruce top, Figured Maple back and sides.
Evo gold frets, grover tuners Bill James Tail piece.Oil varnish finish $2,900 Case included.
It has a sweet tone good bark and good sustain.
It is mandolin number 008. I will add a video link soon.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 130546
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 03:11 PM CDT

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Marc Dwaileebe

Petaluma CA
USA

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1937 Martin D-18

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Up for your consideration is this wonderful 1937 Martin D-18, serial number 67071. For those of you who may not know, this is the model and I think the year that the D-18 GE and Authentic models were copied from. It has the 1 3/4 inch neck width and forward shifted lightly scalloped bracing along with a well seasoned Adirondack top that add up to a superior tone and sound.
This guitar was well taken care of by luthier TJ Thompson before I got it. It's in solid overall conditon. This is what he told me about the guitar. For starters, the finish is original except for a very small (quarter size) area of overspray on the upper bout. The entire top has been buffed but the finish is still original. There is NO other overspray on the rest of the guitar, just the very small area I just mentioned. The bridge may or may not be original- TJ wasn't sure. The bridge plate is probably a correct small maple replacement. The top is crack free. There are 3 stress cracks on the back, the longest is about 4" long and are glued tight and the other crack is an impact crack measuring appox. 1 1/2 x 1 1/2" on the lower bass side bout. It hasn't been repaired yet but isn't a problem.
Martin used some exquisite woods on this guitar. The Mahogany on the sides is especially beautiful. It's some of the tightest, smallest grained mahogany I've ever seen. The top is also superb exhibiting very tight pattern in the center and becoming slightly wider on the edges. There is also a slight shimmer to the top when seen at the right angle which is a characteristic of a perfectly cut piece of quartersawn wood. Most excellent.
The best thing about this guitar is the sound. It's spectacular! Plenty of tone and volume to spare. Folks, they just don't get much better than this and I know. I've had 3 30's D-18's and this one is the best of the lot. The previous owner told me that Julian Lage wanted to buy this one but at the time, he wasn't selling. Here's a video of the guitar in action- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNovG17LTts
The set up is excellent on this guitar. You won't need a neck set and probably not a set up unless you want to lower the action some. It's set up medium right now but there is plenty of saddle to go down on. It plays beautifully all the way down the neck. There is very little deformation around the bridge area as you can see in the pics.
Here are some pics for you- https://bit.ly/2EBdMXu As you can see, the guitar is pretty darn original including the pickguard, tuners, possibly bridge pins too.
I'm asking $32,500 plus $250 shipping CONUS for this guitar which is a steal if you look at some of the other ones out there. Feel free to ask any question. Thanks for your consideration!

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Ad Number 130545
Posted: Oct 20, 2018 02:52 PM CDT

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Robert Hale

CAPE GIRARDEAU MO 63701-3813
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