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June A5

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JUNE JA5-76 SPECS
X-BRACED ONE PIECE ENGLEMANN SPRUCE TOP
ONE PIECE BIRDSEYE MAPLE BACK AND BIRDSEYE MAPLE SIDES
THREE PIECE BIRDSEYE MAPLE NECK/SOFT V SHAPE
ADJUSTABLE TRUSS ROD
DOVETAIL NECK JOINT
RADIUS EBONY FINGERBOARD/GOLD EVO FRETS (.080 MED)
1 1/8 BONE NUT
EBONY ADJUSTABLE BRIDGE
RUBNER TUNERS (GOLD)
JAMES ENGRAVED GOLD TAILPIECE
CUSTOM EBONY TRIPLE BOUND PICKGUARD
EBONY PEGHEAD OVERLAY WITH "JUNE" LOGO IN GOLD PEARL
GOLD PEARL PEGHEAD INLAY
FULLY TRIPLE BOUND
VARNISH SUNBURST FINISH
HISCOX CASE

I am offering for sale this great sounding A model. I built this mando as a demo for IBMA in late september. It is a bit unique with the one piece top and the one piece birdseye back. It is the last instrument i will have available for sale until at least late spring or early summer of next year. I have been playing it as much as possible. It is a very responsive mandolin with plenty of power and tone. Currently i have the action set up at just a bit under 2/32 @12th fret. That seems to be the sweet spot.
I will let it go for $3150 including shipping and insurance. As always a trial period applies. The buyer would pay return shipping and insurance. There is a lot of info on the web about my work. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions.
Thanks, Walter

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117887
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 01:06 PM CDT

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WALTER JOHNSON
370 LOOP RD
CAMPOBELLO SOUTH CAROLINA 29322
USA

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San Juan Mandolin F5 $2600

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Great Sounding mando

Sunburst
nut width: 1 1/8
f5 #5
all solid wood
Spruce top
Tiger Figured Maple back and Sides

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEUTAbMoKas

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117886
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 12:28 PM CDT

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Tyler Rennix

Longmont CO 80503

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San Juan Mandolin F5 #5

Trillium Cittern

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2008 Trillium Cittern, serial number 240. Five course strings with under the saddle pickup. The pickup was installed by Bob Abrams when built. Has spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Original hard shell case. Excellent condition. $2600 plus shipping cost.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117885
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 11:50 AM CDT

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Donald Anderson

Smithfield Utah 84335

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1949-50 J-45

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Sort of a transitional guitar having a 1950 FON with 1949 features with the the small bridge and open back tuners, buttons replaced. It was probably assembled in 1949 and shipped in 1950. Few crack repairs on top, back and sides. Some wear but plays easy and sounds good. Nice action with good saddle. Non original case. $4950 + shipping.

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 117884
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 11:18 AM CDT

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Kevin Woods

Nicholasville KY

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1946 D-28 Herringbone

1946 D-28 Herringbone

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All original except a few frets and saddle. Recent neck reset. Some honest wear. Sounds Big and no finish issues or cracks! Lot's of clarity. Original case. 25k + shipping. I would consider trade on Pre War or War time D-28 and D-18's. Some issues ok.

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 117883
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 11:14 AM CDT

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Kevin Woods

Nicholasville KY

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1949-50 J-45

Collings D1-G 2013

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I've been dealing with fret-hand fatigue the past year or so, and have moved to a short scale instrument. As a result, I'm hoping to find a new owner for my 2013 D1-G.

Everyone seems to have a personal rating system for "condition," so in the hope of avoiding any misrepresentation, I'll just describe the guitar and let you decide what "condition" it is in. The top is very straight grained German spruce, just now starting to color/amber slightly after four years. There are scattered, mild picking indentations under the strings between the bridge and soundhole, and some very faint worming (probably from a sleeve button) on the lower bout in the "arm rest" position. Both are minor and wouldn't show up in a photograph. There are no lacquer scratches to the mahogany back and sides. There is some swirling from normal playing, but it looks very clean overall. I've posted many hi-res photos to a public Google Photos album that should represent the guitar well -- see the more information link.

You can also see a short video of the guitar here: https://youtu.be/5ueGxB4VQEk

At one point the guitar had Baggs Lyric system installed, but that has been removed. No modifications were done to the saddle or saddle slot. The endpin was professionally routed for the 1/4" jack; that has been replaced with a Stew-Mac ebony endpin.

Asking $2,900.00 (shipping included if payment is made via Bank/Cashier's Check).

Collings' build specs for this Dreadnought are as follows:

Your D1 G was completed on 12/17/13
German spruce top
Mahogany back & sides
Black/white wood nitrate strip rosette
Tortoise-style top/back body binding
Black/white wood purfling with 1-style walnut backstrip
Pre-war scalloped Adirondack braces
Tortoise-style celluloid pickguard
High gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish
Mahogany neck
Square headstock with no volute
15 degree headstock angle
Ebony peghead overlay with inlaid Collings logo
Ebony fingerboard with ebony belly-style bridge
Mortise and tenon hybrid neck joint
20 Frets, neck joins the body at the 14th fret
Modified V neck profile with 2 3/16" string spacing
14"-26" Compound fingerboard radius
1 3/4" bone nut and drop-in saddle
25 1/2" Scale length
Medium 18% nickel-silver fretwire
Mother of pearl dot fingerboard inlays
Fully adjustable truss rod
Ebony bridge pins and end pin
Nickel Waverly tuners with 16:1 ratio

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 117882
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 09:06 AM CDT

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Greg Marrs
13010 River Hills Drive
Midlothian VA 23113
United States

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New - Scruggs-Style Fiddle Tunes By Casey Henry

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Scruggs-Style Fiddle Tunes - Some tunes lay out really easily on the banjo and some just don’t. These six popular fiddle and flatpicking tunes do NOT lay out particularly easily on the banjo. But over her years of teaching, Casey has developed these very playable, Scruggs-style arrangements, and her students have successfully learned them. If you jam with fiddlers or guitar and mandolin pickers who play these tunes you need this DVD!

Red-Haired Boy, Whiskey Before Breakfast, Cherokee Shuffle, Angelina Baker, Forked Deer, St. Anne’s Reel (Over 2 hours.)

DVD or Download

$29.95

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1924 Bacon & Day Montana #1 Tenor Banjo

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Up for sale is a rare early version of a Bacon & Day Montana Silver Bell #1. This variation is quite different from most Montanas: to match the all-holly construction, the fretboard and peghead veneer are made of ivoroid celluloid. The rim is covered with the same ivoroid. The inlays are pearl. Oddly, this variation just says "Bacon" on the headstock, while the dowel says "Bacon and Day". It has an early-style Silver Bell tone ring with holes on the inside, and an early flange design with circular holes (which predates Bacon's f-hole flange).

The banjo has been expertly refretted, and the head and bridge are replacements. Aside from one nut (the one connecting the tailpiece), which I'm not sure about, everything else appears to be original and in excellent condition. The banjo is not quite mint, but it is still very clean. The neck has some slight relief but it is easily playable all the way up. The banjo comes with a period case which is probably original.

$1350 including Paypal fees and shipping within the continental US.

Click the link above for additional pictures.

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Category: Banjos
Ad Number 117880
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 08:40 AM CDT

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Noah Miller

Rocky Hill CT 06067

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Griffin Teardrop Mandolin

40% Off All Mel Bay Titles Nov. 23-24

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We would like to express our gratitude for choosing Mel Bay Publications and our products by offering our largest discount of the year to you!

40% of all titles in our catalog Nov. 23-24 with Discount Code TBFSALE

Free Shipping From Murphy Method Now Through Sunday

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We are thankful that you, our students, continue to support our family business. You can get free shipping (to the U.S. and Canada) from now through Sunday. It is our small way of saying thank you to you!

(Free shipping ends Sunday, November 26th.)

Gibson A-1 1908 - UK

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This is an early Gibson A style mandolin with "pumpkin" top and Orville Gibson's picture on the label. The mandolin has the first version of the elevated pickguard but it is missing the clamp. The tailpiece cover is the earliest version that is a bit more ornate. The original bridge height is a full 3/4". The finish is great and the top is fully arched with no sinking. This a great playing antique instrument. Classic vintage Gibbo tone, lots of that wonderful deep and resonant bass, warm and sweet mids and clear trebles.

£1,750.00

Sorry, we cannot ship to the U.S.

2017 Huber VRBg (Granada) For Sale

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$4500
I'm the original owner. The VRBG is the Huber version of the vintage prewar Gibson Granada. The banjo is lightly used excellent condition.

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Category: Banjos
Ad Number 117876
Posted: Nov 23, 2017 12:41 AM CDT

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Joseph Richard Morrow

Grapevine Texas

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Cool Vintage Gretsch Thumbpicks (Think Lead Belly)

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What we have here is a group of four vintage Gretsch thumbpicks in their original sales envelope. The picks are in great shape, the envelope is clearly worn and damaged, but still historic. What’s more, these are the long-bladed picks favored by Lead Belly.

$50, free shipping, CONUS only.

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Category: Accessories
Ad Number 117875
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 09:53 PM CDT

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Michael Eck

Albany New York

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Big Box Of Vintage String Boxes

Big Box Of Vintage String Boxes

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Well, here's a find. A lovely wooden box chock full of 16 vintage Gretsch Eagle Brand string boxes. Additionally, two other boxes have Violin and Tenor Banjo bridges.

All boxes have at least a few strings, most have many, in original envelopes.

As you can see, there are strings for mandolin, tenor banjo, ukulele, violin and guitar. Pretty cool.

A great gift for a vintage collector, store owner or old time fan.

Price is $199 plus shipping. CONUS only.

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Posted: Nov 22, 2017 09:47 PM CDT

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Michael Eck

Albany New York

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2000 Petersen Level 2 Mandola

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MANDOLA made by W.A. "Bill" Petersen of Omaha, Nebraska

Bill was a certified Martin repairman for many years and is an exceptional luthier.

Level 2 model. Maple back and sides. Spruce top with some "bear claw" variations. Abalone rosette. Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard. 16.75" scale. Custom sized, heavy duty TKL hard case. Built in 2000. Both case and mandola are in as new condition.

My price is $1,000, shipped CONUS. If you want to help with shipping expense, it would be appreciated, but not required. (Others have done this for me)

I only accept payment by PayPal and will only ship to a PayPal registered address. I ship within 24 hours of confirmation of good funds from PayPal.

I will work with international buyers, but all charges for shipping, taxes, or import duty are the buyer’s expense.

Please contact me on this forum for more information. I will provide additional photos on request.

Thanks for checking out my Mandola!

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117873
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 09:30 PM CDT

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Fred Koogler
1208 West 3rd Street
Pella IOWA 50219
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Sold - 2017 Northfield Big Mon - SOLD

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This is a Northfield Big Mon that was finished up in April of this year. The Serial number is B170057

It has these specs:
Adirondack Red Spruce top
Figured Red Maple back, sides, and neck
Modern Setup with a standard 1 & 1/8th nut width
Northfield engraved Bill James Tailpiece
Violin Varnish neck
Scroll Work Inlay
It also has a Deluxe Airloom case and a cover.

The finish on it is “Varnish Hybrid”: which is a varnish finish with an added thin layer of lacquer for protection.

I’m looking to trade for a Martin Vintage series HD-28, GE18, or similar Collings or Santa Cruz. Also will consider a Gibson or Huber Banjo of similar value. straight up payment of $3200.

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Ad Number 117872
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 09:28 PM CDT

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Hugh Fanning
550 Todd Creek Rd
Neeses SC 29107
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Trade Collings MT 1 1/8" For Collings MT 1 3/16"

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I would like to trade my Collings MT 1 1/8 wide neck for one with wide neck. Might entertain trades for other wide necks of equal quality and value. It's a 2012. Really opened up. Love the tone just want a wider neck.

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Category: Trades
Ad Number 117871
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 08:17 PM CDT

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Bud Barnwell

Grandfalls Texas 79742-0370
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Focusrite Scarlett 18I8 Audio Interface - 1St Gen.

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Up for sale is a used 1st Generation Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 USB 2.0 audio interface in great condition. It’s got a few scuffs and marks, but everything works perfectly.

- Four award-winning Focusrite mic pres with 18 inputs and 8 outputs
- Two independent headphone outputs each with a level control
- Rugged metal unibody chassis. High quality 24bit 96KHz audio interface for Mac, PC and iPad
- Includes an authorization code for Ableton Live Lite, Scarlett Plug-in Suite (RTAS/AU/VST), Red 2 & Red 3 Plug-in Suite (AAX/AU/VST), the Softube Time and Tone Bundle, Novation Bass Station, and 1GB of Loopmasters samples
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.8/Windows 7 or higher

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Ad Number 117870
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 07:03 PM CDT

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Forrest O'Connor

Nashville TN

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New Hoffee Dreadnought Case (Brown/Red)
Altman F-5 2008

Sweet Sorensen Ax

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Sorensen AX #2015062

This lovely little Sorensen AX has been owned and played by a California filmmaker since it was new. Film business being as crazy as it is, he asked if I would be willing to sell it for him to help smooth his finances while he waits for distribution for his current film. He clearly is a dedicated mandolin lover, so the answer was an easy, "Yes!"

​When I got the mandolin back, I decided to re-French Polished and re-set up the instrument so that it would be back to looking and feeling new. Since this instrument has been out in the world for a couple of years, it delivers the benefit of looking almost new while having had the time to settle, open, and mature.

I took the pictures shown here and on my website on November 22, 2017 so that you can see the current condition of the mandolin.

The combination of a two-piece Englemann Spruce top with a hard Sugar Maple back delivers sweet even tone across the neck and very good power. This is a really nice mandolin for the player who spans genres and wants rich response and also some good pop and chop.

* Top Wood -- Two-piece Master grade Englemann Spruce
* Back and Side Wood -- Highly figured hard Sugar Maple
* Neck wood and style -- 1-1/8" modern "Rounded V" profile. Sugar Maple. Two-way adjustable truss rod.
* Fingerboard wood and style -- Ebony, bound, small Mother of Pearl dots. 12" radius.
* Fret type -- Gold EVO - 43 mm Jescar.
* Nut type -- Mother of Pearl
* Tuners -- Gold Rubner with Ebony buttons
* Headstock overlays -- Ebony overlays on front and back
* Inlays -- Black, Gold and White Mother of Pearl AX floral inlay. Sorensen logo on truss rod cover.
* Binding Material -- Tortoise/White/Black with White/Black side-bound detail
* Tailpiece style and type -- Allen, Gold
* Bridge type -- 12" radius, Ebony
* Pickguard -- Solid figured Ebony. Bound. TruOil and shellac finish
* Staining and coloring -- Dramatic red brown sunburst.
* Finishing type -- Oil Varnish with Shellac French Polish
* Case -- Superior A-style white Fiberglass case

PRICE -- $3550 shipped FedEx Ground in CONUS

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Ad Number 117869
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 05:24 PM CDT

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Steve Sorensen

Santa Clarita CA 91321

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Sorensen "Fancy Floral" F8 - SOLD

2015 Northfield Artist One Piece Back $3700

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Variation 2A Northfield Artist with beautiful One Piece Maple Back. Red Spruce Top. Technical Specs are same as on the Northfield Site. Some play wear on top in a usual spot from a well known player. Awesome sound, plays like butter. An awesome mandolin wish I could keep it but really need some cash right now. Will ship free to lower 48, with donation to cafe. Paypal friends and family is fine. Thanks.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117868
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 05:16 PM CDT

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Bill Bryant

SALEM MO

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Gibson 1929 TB-4 Conversion

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This is a great pre-war TB-4 with original 4-string tenor neck, case and 40 hole arch top ring, Hopkins conversion ring and Harmon 5-string neck with Cam-D tuners. Includes case.

$5,995.00

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Collings MF Ivoroid Gloss Top Mandolin #1741

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Featuring a carved seasoned Red spruce top and premium maple back and sides. High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish on top, Satin finished back and sides. Grained ivoroid binding on body, neck and peghead, Black/white purflings, 22-fret radiused ebony fingerboard, Adjustable truss rod, Collings adjustable ebony bridge, Bone nut. Includes Hardshell Case.

$4,815.00

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Used Martin D-42 Dreadnought

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Nut Width1 11/16"
Scale Length25.4
FingerboardEbony
TopSpruce
Back,SidesEast Indian Rosewood

Well cared for 1996 D-42 in excellent condition. Sitka spruce top, East Indian Rosewood back and sides. Abalone and multi-stripe bindings, abalone rosette, Ebony fingerboard with snowflake inlays. Includes original Martin case.

$3,500.00

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1930 Gibson L-0

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This is the first year of the newer, wider lower bout shape that strayed away from the elongated more rounded lower bout of the 20's while it was still labeled "The Gibson" and just before the larger Gibson stencil on the headstock. All solid mahogany with a stunning Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge. This Gibson L-0 is incredibly light weight. It helps that it has had almost 90 years to cure. Despite it's age, it is in excellent condition and has no cracks. It has the usual dings, scratches, and finish crazing you'd expect from an old guitar, but nothing glaring! The nut width is a very comfortable 1-3/4" with a nice round neck profile. It feels as if this was what helped to pave the way to more modern neck profiles.

It has had a re-fret relatively recently and has little to no wear on the new frets. It has also recently had a new maple bridge plate installed and the original bridge has been re-glued. The original tuners were replaced with sperzals, but I recently replaced those with Golden Age replica tuners with conversion bushings. It has non original bridge pins and truss rod cover. There is a finish overspray on the back but the sides, top, and neck are not affected.

$2800

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 117864
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 03:51 PM CDT

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Mark Cawthray

Denver Colorado

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2015 Collings MF Black Gloss Top

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For sale is a very nice Collings MF with a gloss black top and satin sunburst back and sides. 1-1/8" nut width. This is a great sounding F style mandolin from Collings and the fit and finish is near perfect as expected.

It's in overall excellent condition with some light surface scratches on the treble side of the top which could easily be buffed out if desired. The linked pic makes it look much worse then it is. There is also has one small ding on the lower point (see pics) but that's it. Comes with the original hardshell case which is in mint condition.

It's just starting to sound a bit warmer and throaty compared to new Collings F models and it's very consistent in tone and volume all up and down the fretboard.

This is a really great mandolin but I'm being pulled back into the guitar realm so I need to move this guy in order to fund my new guitar adventure.

Asking $3450 shipped insured. Paypal preferred. Not looking for trades currently.

Link to pics: https://imgur.com/a/7Rp3l

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117863
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 03:38 PM CDT

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Kyle

Goleta CA
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1904 Regal Mandolin Style 3 Bowlback Good Project

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This is an early Regal with an Indianapolis label inside, made prior to the move to Chicago (1904 is approximate). It has a 3 stamped on the brace nearest the fingerboard extension so that could be the style (or not). NOT playable at this time. Neck is loose and probably the extension is the only thing holding it in place. There's a long crack on the top, assorted scratches and finish wear. On the peghead, which has that cool pearl Regal crown inlaid, there are some cracks in the thin top veneer that don't seem to extend to the actual head. Nice old tuners with what looks like an engraved if not stamped pattern. Fancy binding, and some snowflake inlays on the board. Some fret divots mostly in the first few frets. 15 Brazilian back segments that don't appear to have cracks. Original bridge has a chip at one edge.This hung on the wall of a good friend's music room for many years and I got it when she recently downsized. I really don't have the skill to get the neck glued properly so I'm selling as a project. No case. Selling for $95 OBO, plus $30 shipping in the CONUS and no overseas shipping due to the restrictions on Brazilian. I do have more pictures than what the cafe lets me post so email if interested.

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Ad Number 117862
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 03:06 PM CDT

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John Kally
310 Edgewood CT
PRESCOTT az 86303
USA

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Weber Yellowstone Octave Mandolin $2250

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Body Size:Traditional A Octave
Top:Hand Graduated and Tuned Solid Spruce
Sound Hole/F Hole:D Hole
Bracing:Hand Scalloped Spruce X Brace
Back/Ribs/Neck:Flame Maple
Peghead Veneer:Tortoise Bound Ebony with Ivory side accent lines
Peghead Inlay:MOP “The Weber” Script; MOP White & Gold Flower Pot
Fingerboard:Tortoise Bound Ebony/Single Cutaway Extension/Radius
Scale Length:20 Inches
Nut Width:1 3/8 Inches

For sale is my Weber 20 inch octave. I've had quite the octave mando journey over the last 5 years. Cittern, 2 Flat tops, arch top f hole, arch top D hole and Guitar bodied octave. There's only this and the guitar bodied left. For what I do, I prefer the guitar bodied. But it's close. I actually prefer this mando when playing with a guitar but really like the bass of the GBOM when I play with a tin whistle.

It's in great shape, near mint. Comes with original case (case has some dings). Signed by Bruce Weber Sr.

Lists for $4500. I will sell for $2250. Paypal only, you pay $50 for shipping and I will cover the rest.

I need the money but I will entertain trades for 22-23 inch octave or F style mandolin.

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Ad Number 117861
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 02:43 PM CDT

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Chuck Leyda

Delano MN

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Used Collings MT

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Selling my Collings MT. 'tis the season and I need the money. I think it was made in 2007 - I am the only owner. These are wonderful mandolins with a beautiful tone. This one has some slight play wear but is in very good condition. TKL original hard case included.

$2100 negotiable.

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117860
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 02:43 PM CDT

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Brad Hopkins
2005 Elm Street
St Charles Missouri 63301
US

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1939 Gibson F-7 "Reduced Price"

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I've had this on here before, It's really a GREAT sounding F-7, bright and wide open! Originally wanted 12.5G I'll take 10G! The cheapest F-7 you'll find and a great sounding rare example! This would make one fine conversion, Just the F-5 scale maple neck would be needed, I wouldn't re-graduate this one! 39's are the best year for these in my opinion and I've had almost every year they were made. I'll include an original bridge and original pickguard as the one that's on her is deteriorating. Comes with original shaped case with the red blanket. This is a great sounding rare mandolin! There may only be less than 40 of these in existence, I've kept records of F-7's over the years and have only found around 35? So this is a rare Gibson babe. Thanks. I'd consider a swap for something real KOOL!

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Category: Mandolins
Ad Number 117859
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 02:36 PM CDT

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William E. Smith

Sugar Grove PA

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Weber Bitterroot Archtop Guitar

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Solid Spruce top.
Solid Mahogany back and sides.
Ebony bridge and fretboard.
Made in Montana and signed by Bruce Weber Sr.

Up for sale is my Weber Bitterrroot archtop. It's in great shape. Looks great and sounds great. Definitely archtop tone..it's not a dreadnaught! Sounds great playing alongside my wife's Martin. This is my last guitar and if I kept a guitar, this one would be it but I just find myself reaching for the guitar bodied octave mandolin instead. I guess the GBOM is my instrument and I'm not wealthy enough to keep an instrument I don't play...no matter how beautiful.

I've gigged with it so I can't really list it as mint. There is some wear but you have to look pretty close to find it. It comes with the protective, stylish, and very heavy original Weber case. The case definitely has some dings.

$2100 paypal only. It will be expensive to ship. You pay $60 and I will cover the rest. I really need the money but what kind of gear junkie would I be if I didn't entertain trades...maybe a teardrop octave between 22-23 scale length or F style mandolin.

I will try to get a video out next week.

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Category: Guitars
Ad Number 117858
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 02:29 PM CDT

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Chuck Leyda

Delano MN 55328

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