Composite Acoustics OXE 2009 -
A thin bodied carbon fiber body and neck that is not affected by the
elements. A cutaway and a LR Baggs Element pickup system
completes the package. EC, GB $1250.
Collings OM-2K 1996 -
After being in improper storage for years, this custom OM has been
cleaned up and properly setup to it's present glory. It features
some very nice AAA
grade Hawaiian Koa sides/back and a Sitka spruce soundboard.
VGC+, HSC $3495.
Collings OOO1 circa. 1990 - This 12-fret OOO guitar has a Adirondack spruce top, Honduran mahogany sides/back, slotted head stock, ebony finger board/bridge. Lightweight and resonant, it has a slender neck profile that plays real easy. This is an early Collings with a three digit serial number and no paper label. There are a few light scratches near the sound hole and on the back, but no belt buckle sized dings. VGC+ HSC $2950.
Collings OOO2 Custom 1990
- This 12-fret OOO guitar was custom ordered with Hawaiian koa
sides/back, Englemann spruce top, solid head stock (not slotted), and
no end pin. This also is early Collings with a three digit serial
number. Full sounding and resonant with a little more midrange
power than the mahogany OOO listed above. There's a few light
scratches on the top and on the back. VGC+, HSC $3250.
Cort Custom Shop Acoustic recent -
An unusual offering that just came in. This mini-Jumbo cutaway
guitar features a solid spruce top, solid figured maple sides/back, and
a Fishman Prefix Blender pickup. This guitar offers great value
at a even greater price. EC, HSC $499.
Goodall Grand Concert Rosewood 2017 -
James Goodall has been building fine guitars forever it seems
like. I remember being a dealer for his wonderful instruments
when he was based on the Big Island in Kailua-Kona. This is
a staple guitar in his line. A small bodied finger picking dream
with Indian rosewood side/back and a cedar top. Incredibly
powerful for it's size. MC, HSC $4995.
Martin Custom 2007
- This is one you'll want to play in person. It was built by the
Custom Shop as a OOO-45 style, 14 fret with Indian rosewood
sides/back. The "Custom" part of the guitar was a request for a
solid one-piece mahogany neck. Well, they don't make a standard
OOO-45 anymore and this one is priced to make you think about it
seriously. EC, HSC $5695.
Santa Cruz Tony Rice Pro 2000 - An upgraded version of the Santa Cruz company's most revered signature model. Aside from the usual large sound hole and wider neck width, the addition of Brazilian rosewood sides/back with European spruce top gives this guitar power beyond belief! EC, HSC $9500.
Taylor 210ce 2012 - Here's your basic workhouse for all you working musicians out there. A cutaway dreadnaught with a solid spruce top with layered rosewood sides/back and the basic ES pickup system. EC, GB $650.
Taylor 312ce FLTD Koa 2012 - If you always wanted a koa Taylor guitar, but the prices are holding you back. Here is your chance. This Grand Concert acoustic-electric steel string was a limited run featuring solid Hawaiian koa sides/back and solid spruce top. EC, HSC $1500.
Taylor 552ce 12 fret 2016 -
This is just another prime example of why Taylors are the best playing
12-string guitars on the market. This short scale, small bodied
mahogany guitar with a cedar top is so sweet sounding. With it's
ES2 pickup and cutaway, you could play the whole gig and not break a
sweat! NMC, HSC $1895.