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1932 Martin 0-18K Guitar

1932 Martin 0-18K Guitar from the “Golden Era” of legendary pre-war Martin guitars. Hawaiian Koa wood top, back, and sides, with a Mahogany wood neck, ebony wood fretboard and bridge with a slotted headstock design and 12 fret joint to the body. Price: NOT FOR SALE
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1930 National Resonator Guitar

Beautiful 1930 National Resonator Guitar. Aluminum body with Mahogany wood neck, and celluloid bound Ebony wood fretboard. Single cone model. Hawaiian scenery etching on top and back of body. Several repairs were needed to get this beauty back into playing order, including a neck reset, a new ebony fretboard, and a new resonator cone. Original neck – restored and new National decal. Price: NOT FOR SALE
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Custom Scheurenbrand Tenor Ukulele

Custom Scheurenbrand Ukulele. A work of art! Custom R.W. Scheurenbrand Tenor Ukulele built on the island of Oahu, HI. This masterpiece is the only piece constructed for the entire year 2007. Premium master grade Hawaiian curly Koa face, back and sides with full curly classic maple binding on face back and bound fretboard. Bone nut and saddle. Ebony fretboard and bridge with ebony bridge pins and paua shell inlay dots. Beautiful paua shell rosette and inlay on soundboard with black-white-black pin-striping to accent the piece. Side of neck paua shell position markers
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Custom DeVine Guitar

Circa 2019. A work of art! Custom DeVine Guitar built on the island of Maui, HI. This Custom DeVine Guitar is an absolute masterpiece in aesthetics and tone. With a waitlist of 2-3 years on average, Eric DeVine handcrafts a limited number of premium instruments per year and some of the finest ukuleles in the world. If you were looking for one of the best in high-end ukuleles and guitars, you’ll be very pleased with the craftsmanship and tones of a custom DeVine ukulele. This beautiful Custom DeVine nylon string guitar was handcrafted from a premium master grade Hawa
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