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1954 Harmony 12-fret terz in ladder-braced solid birch over birch, 1 3/4" nut, 2 1/4" string spacing, sweet little guitar that plays and sounds large

110817A

This little gal started her life as a Roy Rogers signature model, date stamped 1954, built during the TV cowboy guitar era. Back off rebuild, this guitar now offers modern updates including new top bracing, neckset with new rosewood bridge and compensated bone saddle. Sweet tone tuned G-G or baby growler in standard tuning.

PRICE: $399

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1960 Harmony 0-size 12-fret in ladder-braced solid birch all around, 1 3/4" nut, 2 1/4" string spacing, refreshingly melodic with nice sustain

110817B

Made in the Chicago factory in 1960, this Harmony was built at the dawn of the folk music era. Simple in appearance but with aged woods delivering a wonderful tone. Rebuild included updated top bracing, neckset with new rosewood bridge and compensated bone saddle.

PRICE: $449

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1930s Oscar Schmidt 0-size, 12-fret in ladder-braced solid birch over birch, 1 13/16" nut, 2 5/16" string spacing, nice blues guitar

110817C

Once an early Hawaiian stencil guitar, this 0-size, 12-fret resembles the look, feel and tone of its close cousin, the First Hawaiian model made in OS’s New Jersey factory during the 1930s. With rebuilt features to meet modern standards, this guitar plays and sounds as good as it looks. Amazing value for the money.

PRICE: $599

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1950s Kay 00-size 12-fret in X-braced solid spruce over birch, 1 13/16" nut, 2 1/4" string spacing, fine projection and playability

110817D

Having lost her original top during a hippie protest-gone-bad, an aged spruce top with X-bracing was recruited to give her new life. Top off rebuild, this guitar now offers modern updates including new top/bracing, neckset with new rosewood bridge and compensated bone saddle. Acoustic tone is wonderful, rich and melodic.

PRICE: $599

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1930s Regal 12-fret parlor in X-braced spruce over maple, 1 13/16” nut, 2 5/16” string spacing, cool guitar with a sweet punch

093017A

This old gal started her life as a Buck Jones signature model built in the early 1930s during the burgeoning cowboy motion picture craze. Rebuilt from the inside out, this guitar now offers some modern updates including an amber burst finish, X-braced top, maple back, radius’d rosewood fretboard with new frets and compensated bone saddle. It has a nice bluesy punch to round off its virtues.

PRICE: $699 $649

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1950s Harmony 0-size, 12-fret in ladder braced birch, 1 13/16” nut, 2 3/16” string spacing, early model sold through T. Eaton retailers in Canada

093017B

Another old cowboy guitar finding new life in 2017, this Harmony made small body was originally offered as a “Lone Ranger" stencil guitar for the Canadian market. A vintage amber burst vintage, all solid woods, updated bracing and a slotted headstock highlight its list of features. It’s versatile for different playing styles and offers nice projection with a flatpick.

PRICE: $599 $549

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LEFTY 60’s Regal 0-size, 12-fret in ladder braced 3-ply birch, 1 11/16” nut, 2 3/8” string spacing, flatpickers and strummers take notice

051717B

This Regal was made during the Harmony period of production just before retiring the brand for future use. It has classic parlor guitar lines and retains its original burst finish. Punchy and loud with a pick, it can take some digging in and rather likes it that way … thank you very much.

PRICE: $399 $349

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1930s Regal 0-size, 12-fret in X-braced spruce over birch, 1 3/4” nut, 2 5/16” string spacing, fantastic overall vintage parlor

051117A

Vintage Regals not only look the part but sound wonderful. This example sports a seasoned top in applied amber finish, chunky “V” neck and a tone to die for.

PRICE: $799 $749

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Shopbuilt 0-size, 14-fret in X-braced spruce over E.I. rosewood, 1 3/4” nut, 2 3/8” string spacing, doesn’t come much better than this

051117C

I built this guitar two years ago and recently took it back on consignment. The guitar has really opened up nicely since its first string set. The seasoned spruce top is gem and the rosewood is rich in hue and superior in tone delivery. Ships in fitted Guardian hardcase.

PRICE: $1,100

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Pre-war Richter 00-size, 14-fret round hole archtop, 1 13/16” nut, 2 5/16” string spacing, incredible feel, looks and sound

051117D

Nothing “tinny” sounding about this small body archtop, this guitar belts out tone like nobody's business. Great combination of body size and acoustic design. Completely rebuilt and capable of handling various playing styles.

PRICE: $899 $849

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c. 1942 Harmony “Roundup” 000-size 14-fret in X-bracing spruce over birch, 1 3/4” nut, super scarce and sassy vintage guitar

041417A

Harmony started producing the larger body “Roundup” models after 1939. This example has numbers inkstamped to the back that might link it to 1942 although I can’t be 100% certain. The look is classic, the feel is smooth and the tone is sassy and bold. Great example of a pre-war mid-size acoustic.

PRICE: $799 $749

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