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Alvarez by K. Yairi CY-125 1980 - A very nice Japanese made Spanish-style nylon string guitar.  A solid dark cedar top with rosewood sides/back.  EC, SSC $695.


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.


Edgar Monch Classical 1954 - Edgar Monch was a German guitar builder from Munich, who was a contemparary of Hermann Hauser II.  Monch later migrated to Toronto, Canada.  Jean Larrivee learned to build instruments in his workshop.  Segovia, Julian Bream, and John Williams have performed with Monch guitars.  Built in Munich, this guitar features very light colored Indian rosewood, spruce top, and Landstorfers tuning machines.   European-style concert grade classical guitars are very different from say, a Taylor or a Martin nylon string.  If you have not played one, you owe it to yourself to come into the shop play this guitar.  Prepare to be amazed!  VGC, HSC $4995.


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.

John Kinnard 2011 - Mr. Kinnard is a luthier based in North Carolina and makes some impressive handmade instruments.  This one is a luxurious round-shoulder dreadnaught guitar with Honduran rosewood, European spruce, figured maple binding, slotted head stock with torch-style inlay, and a sunburst top.  Ask for pictures and we'll send you some!  EC, HSC $4750.

Levin Model 163 1970
- Levin was a guitar company based in Sweden and was quite well known in Europe before they were imported into the States.  This one has a dreadnaught body with maple sides/back and a spruce top with a tobacco sunburst finish.  VGC, HSC $250.




Ovation Adamas W-597-MEWP Melissa Etheridge recent - A recent issue of a Melissa Etheridge model.  A six string cutaway model in her preferred color (white finish) and white pearloid appointments around the sound holes.  EC, HSC $1875.


Ovation Adamas 1687-2 1994 - An early Adamas non-cutaway six string in a red burst finish in terrific shape.  If you collect these things, you would be hard pressed to find a cleaner example.  EC, HSC $2375.


Taylor 312ce 12-fret 2016 - A short scale and a smaller body makes this one of the most comfortable Taylors to play.  EC, HSC $1595.


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 410 1998 - Here's a straight ahead acoustic guitar for you with a well known name.  A dreadnaught with Ovangkol sides/back and a solid spruce top,  No pickup?  Hey, you can't have everything at this price!  EC, HSC $795.


Taylor 412ce-N 2017 - This one is no longer available from Taylor.  It was bought brand new from us last year.  A 12-fret grand concert cutaway acoustic-electric nylon string guitar with solid ovangkol sides/back and a solid spruce top.  MC, HSC $1595.

Taylor 510 1990 - An older Taylor dreadnaught with wide square shoulders, spruce top, and mahogany sides/back.  VGC+, HSC $1395.

Taylor 914ce 2005 - A custom ordered Taylor grand auditorium with the standard appointments, rosewood sides/back and Sitka spruce top.  However, it was ordered as a LEFT handed instrument with RIGHT handed stringing or "lefty strung righty" as we like to say.  VGC, HSC $1750.