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1920s Kamaka Guitar – Hawaiian Koa

1920s Kamaka Guitar. Beautiful and extremely rare 1920s Kamaka Guitar set up in Hawaiian-style lap steel play. This gorgeous piece is only one of a few guitars handcrafted by Kamaka. Kamaka guitars are tremendously rare and highly collectible Hawaiian instruments. This one is handcrafted in the spanish style construction out of gorgeous Hawaiian curly Koa wood face, back, sides, neck, and fretboard.  The instrument also boasts an elegant rope marquetry rosette and top purfling, bridge pin set up, and original geared side tuners. I have only seen three of these in my
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1941 Martin 0-17 Guitar

Historical 1941 Martin 0-17 Guitar. Handcrafted of mahogany wood on the face back, and sides, this guitar has a warm and sweet tone having been constructed with scalloped braces. Brazilian Rosewood fretboard and bridge with a 14 fret joint to the body, this design also featured a larger upper and lower bout in contrast to the earlier parlor sized slotted headstock models. Regarded as a “pre-war” Martin, this generation of Martin guitar is regarded as some of the most desirable to have been made in the company’s 190 year existence. Pre-war Martin gu
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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: Please email
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