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. 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.
Guild F-212XL 1978 - A good old Guild jumbo bodied 12-string with mahogany sides/back and a spruce top. VGC, HSC $995.
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.
Takamine TC-135SC recent - This acoustic electric nylon string excels in live performance with it's CTP-3 pickup system. The solid spruce top and laminate rosewood sides/back gives it classic tone and the cutaway gives modern players the access they need. EC, HSC $1075.
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.