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Collings C-10 Custom 1991 - The C-10 is a Gibson-style guitar based on a L-OO model.  It features mahogany sides/back, Sitka spruce top, ebony fingerboard, transparent red finish, and white pearloid pickguard with matching headstock.  This is one of the earliest Collings guitars ever sold in Hawaii.  It has a three digit serial number!  With it's well balanced tone, this one is a finger picker's dream.  EC, HSC $3750.

 

Collings OM-2HK 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.


Epiphone EN-546ce 2003 - Part of the Masterbilt series, this acoustic-electric nylon string features a solid cedar top, rosewood sides/back, and a cutaway.  EC, GB $395.


Gibson CL-40 Artist 1997 - This square shouldered Gibson USA dreadnaught has a lot going for it.  Solid sitka top, solid Indian rosewood sides/back, ebony board/bridge, and large abalone inlays.  Sounds and plays great.  Oh, did I mention the price.... EC, HSC $1295.


Gibson J-45 1968 - Here's a classic Gibson dreadnaught in a vintage sunburst finish.  This one features a square shouldered body, instead of the more familar round shouldered body shape.  The finish is a little rough around the edges, which gives it a vintage vibe, but there are no cracks.  The rosewood fingerboard is attached to a slender late 60s mahogany neck and a rosewood bridge features an adjustable saddle.  VGC, GB $1295.


GL Polhamus & Co. 2015 - Built on the Big Island.  It features a long 14 fret OOO body, figured Hawaiian koa sides/back, spruce top, koa binding with herringbone trim. EC, HSC $2495.


Larrivee OMV-60 2006 - This is a very nice fingerstyle guitar.  I don't think Larrivee gets enough respect for their fantastic instruments.  This one is their OM model with cutaway, solid spruce top, solid rosewood sides/back, ebony board/bridge, and herringbone trim on the top and rosette.  EC, HSC $1595.

Larrivee JCL Reissue 2008
- A 40th anniversary reissue of a classic Larrivee body shape with Indian rosewood sides/back and Sitka spruce top. NMC, HSC $1995.

Martin D-15 1997
- Here's a classic all mahogany dreadnaught that's been around the block a few times.  No cracks or damage like that.  Just lots of sweat marks and discoloration in the semi-gloss finish.  GC, HSC $795.


Martin D-18 1940 - It’s a classic D-18 with no frills and a lot of tone in original condition.  EC, HSC $19,500.



Martin HD-28 2002 -  One of Martin's more popular dreadnaughts with classic herringbone trim, scalloped bracing, and rosewood sides/back. EXC, HSC $1995.



Martin D-37K2 1980 - In the late 70s, Martin decided to bring back Hawaiian koa guitars.  This model was the top of the line with it's figured koa body, and multi-ply binding. VGC, HSC $2995.


Martin OMC-28E 2016 - Barely over one year old, this cutaway acoustic-electric is equipped with the latest Fishman pickup system.  It features rosewood sides/back, Sitka spruce top, ebony fingerboard, and a 1 3/4 inch nut.  EC HSC $2195.


Martin OO-25K2 1987 - Back in the late 1980s, Martin reintroduced a series of Hawaiian Koa wood instruments with either spruce or Koa tops.  A majority of them were dreadnaught bodied acoustics.  This is a rare example of a OO size acoustic with straight grained Koa sides/back/top and style 18 appointments.  EC, HSC $2295.


Ovation Model 1767 Legend 1989 - The classic Ovation acoustic electric cutaway model with tobacco sunburst finish.  VGC+, HSC $750.


Ramirez 2E 2000 - Probably the most recognized name in the US for Spanish made nylon classical guitars.  The E series represents the highest student grade instruments from Ramirez.  Made to their specifications, the model 2E features laminated rosewood sides/back with a solid cedar sound board.  VGC+ HSC $1295.


Schoenberg Soloist Custom 1991 - Built through a collaboration with CF Martin, luthier T.J. Thompson, and guitarist Eric Schoenberg, the Soloist was based on a Martin OM guitar with the addition of a graceful cutaway.  The standard Soloist is usually a rosewood guitar, but Schoenberg built 5 guitars with Hawaiian Koa.  This one has a Englemann spruce top.  EC, HSC $4750.


Seagull Performer CW Folk 2003 - The solid wood Performer series offers great value.  Based on their popular small bodied Folk body shape, the addition of maple sides/back, cutaway, and a EPM pickup system, makes this guitar an excellent on-stage instrument.  EC, HSC $299.