New Taylor 214ce just in. Layered rosewood back and sides, solid Sitka Spruce top, genuine ebony fretboard and bridge along with Taylor's proprietary ES-T electronics. You'd be hard pressed to find better guitars made in North America for the price-simply fantastic designs as always from Taylor Guitars!
Sometimes guitars bounce...
...but don't rebound. Save BIG on a lightly dented Taylor Big Baby!
"...if somebody brings out a ukulele at a party, there are no barriers, musical or otherwise. It's like a very addictive, but very safe drug. -Mimmo Peruffo (Aquila Strings founder) Ukulele magazine
We couldn't agree more!
We have some of the best ukes available like the Hawaiian made brands Kamaka (K&K) and Kanile'a. You don't have to travel as far to find Martin and various vintage models gracing our walls, either!
Are we seeing double?
We've got the market cornered on 12-string acoustic guitars these days. If you're searching for 'that sound' only twelve strings produces, we may just have the guitar for you. From right to left: Taylor 555 '94 (used) *SOLD*/ Taylor 456ce / Martin J-12-16GT / Taylor 355 '06 (used) w/Fishman pickup.
A blinding selection of Yamaha acoustic guitars just in! Choose from vibrant blue, deep maroon, or natural top models-a bargain for a feature packed, quality Yamaha instrument.
Let's play 'Spot the Martin':
It's a trick! There are TWO Martin guitars in this pick but one is their brand new "Dreadnought Jr.". Talk about a huge sound in a small guitar!
This from Martin:
"Fashioned for player comfort, clear powerful tone and easy action, the Dreadnought Junior is reduced to approximately 15/16” of the full Martin 14-fret Dreadnought dimension (14 ¼” width at the lower bout) with an expressive 24” scale length. A solid Sitka spruce top features scalloped ¼” high performance X-bracing with a single asymmetrical tone bar. The back and sides are bookmatched from sapele, and Richlite, an ebony alternative with similar hardness and appearance, is chosen for the fingerboard and bridge. The Dreadnought Junior (aka “D Jr”) comes factory-equipped with Fishman’s Sonitone sound reinforcement system and includes a nylon gig bag."
Old and New this week: A lovely parlor guitar from the 1900's-20's?, possibly a 'Bay State' brand with all solid Brazilian rosewood and spruce. Timeless craftsmanship and attentive care has kept this guitar playing and sound wonderful all these years.
Fresh from California another Taylor maple series guitar, the 614ce.
Here's what Taylor Guitars says about their new T-series guitar: "Like Taylor’s groundbreaking T5, the T5z bridges the acoustic and electric worlds like no other guitar, unleashing a sweeping array of amplified tones. Crossover design features include dual compatibility with electric and acoustic amps, plus five-way switching and onboard tone controls that let you shift from shimmering acoustic to screaming electric in an instant. Distinctive details compared to the original T5 include a more compact body, a 12-inch fretboard radius, and jumbo frets, which add up to a familiar feel for electric players. Choose from four models: the koa-top T5z Custom, the maple-top T5z Pro, the spruce-top T5z Standard, and the mahogany-top T5z Classic."