Alvarez CY116 Classical 1980 – This is a guitar that stands out in a crowd. A solid cedar top with burled mahogany sides/back and sounds great. EC, HSC $795.
Alvarez CY140 Classical recent – Here’s a attractive acoustic-electric nylon string with Brazilian rosewood sides/back and a solid cedar top. EC, HSC $595.
Cordoba GK Studio Negra recent – Inspired by the Gypsy Kings, this flamenco-style instrument features rosewood sides/back, European spruce top, cutaway, and a Fishman pickup. EC, GB $575.
Cordoba C-10 Classical recent – A very handsome looking nylon string with European spruce top and Indian rosewood sides/back. NMC, HSC $750.
Epiphone EJ-200sce 2013 – Here’s a great acoustic/electric guitar that delivers a lot of bang for the buck. Solid spruce top, maple sides/back, classic J-200 appointments, and a dual pickup system makes this a great live instrument! EC, HSC $350.
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.
Gibson LG1 1964 – We always rejoice when vintage gear comes into the store. This 60s mahogany LG1 is a good example of a guitar (even with a replacement bridge) that has a great vintage “vibe” to it. EC- HSC $INQUIRE.
Kevin Kopp Jumbo recent – Kevin Kopp is a luthier based out of Bozeman, MT. He had worked for the Gibson Montana acoustic guitar division, so it’s no surprise that his instruments are influenced by classic Gibson designs. This Jumbo model features a Adirondack spruce top and Madagascar rosewood sides/back with a hand stained sunburst finish. EC, HSC $3950.
Martin OMC Fingerstyle 1 2005 – A concept guitar for fingerstylists. It features solid mahogany sides/back, Spanish cedar neck, and a Fishman Eclipse Blend pickup. Pickguard and brass bridge pins were later add-ons. EC, HSC $1995.
Martin HD-28 2002 – One of Martin’s top selling models with a LR Baggs pickup added. VGC, HSC $1795.
Martin HD-28 2016 – Featuring solid rosewood sides/back and a solid spruce top, this model is a standard in the industry. This one will not disappoint. EC, HSC $1895.
Rodrigo Moriera Classical 2006 – Mr. Moriera is based in Brazil and makes traditional nylon and steel string guitars. This classical has Brazilian rosewood sides/back and a European spruce top. VGC, HSC $1950.
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.
Shanti D3 Acoustic 1986 – Shanti Guitars were made by luthier Michael Hornick. This dreadnaight features a Sitka spruce top, clear pickguard, and Hawaiian Koa sides/back. EC, HSC $3995.
Steven Fisher Model 12/15 recent – Luthier Steven Fisher is based out of Cedar City, UT. His instruments are influenced by the classical designs of Torres and he has worked with PRS Guitars on their acoustic line. This guitar features a 12-fret joint, 15 inch lower bout width, spruce top, and mahogany sides/back. Powerful for it’s size, yet sweet sounding. EC, HSC $3550.
Takamine EC132sc 2008 – This was the first acoustic/electric nylon string that offered the gigging professional a practical live performance guitar. Solid cedar top and rosewood sides/back. EC, HSC $595.
Takamine EF-406 Limited Edition 1998 – A small bodied parlor-style instrument featuring Koa top/back/sides and pickup. VGC, GB $625
Taylor 352ce 12-fret 2019 – This is one 12-string that you will want to play for hours on end. It shares the same features as the 312ce and the short scale lowers the string tension, which makes it easy on the fingers. MC, HSC $1899.
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 $1295.
Yamaha GC-7 Classical 1980 – The Grand Concert series from Yamaha was an attempt to offer a handmade nylon string at a reasonable price. The GC-7 is in the middle of the line with a solid spruce top and rosewood sides/back. Rich and dark like your first cup of coffee in the morning. EC, HSC $795.