Solid mahogany top, and mahogany back and sides produce a dark lush look as well. Die-cast tuners for solid tuning.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Very Good' condition.
Epiphone's Masterbilt Collection delivers instruments of unsurpassed value, playability, and tone, and this guitar is no exception. It offers the feel and sound of a pre-war axe with vintage-style appointments, tone, and the '30s-era, V-shape mahogany neck. It also comes with an expertly voiced solid cedar top, a solid rosewood body, vintage-style 12-fret rosewood fretboard, and pearl diamond inlays.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Excellent' condition. Gigbag included.
The Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Modern Classic Acoustic-Electric Guitar delivers the traditional square-shouldered Gibson body style and sound with stylish flair. Gibson's luthiers have endowed the instrument with a full complement of enhancements such as double parallelogram mother-of-pearl inlays on the ebony fingerboard, antique gold hardware, a sculpted pickguard, 6-ply top binding, and an abalone rosette. And it offers superior performance with solid rosewood back and sides, solid Sitka spruce top, and an L. R. Baggs transducer.
This is a USED guitar being sold in "Very Good" condition.
When you consider the various parts of the guitar, the top is clearly the most critical element. The top, in the most basic sense, acts like an air pump. The more flexible the top material, the more efficiently it translates the energy from the string into the sound waves that we hear as music. Instruments made with solid tops produce greater volume, fuller tone, and have stronger projection.
The WORTHINGTON™ series acoustics have a solid spruce top, in a package with striped mahogany sides and back for clarity and balance. Mahogany may be the best overall wood if you need an evenly balanced sound. The balance lets the serious player determine the tone by the way he plays the guitar. The soft corner bridge design helps prevent finish cracking at the corners. Grover™ tuners round out a truly professional package.
This is a USED 12 string acoustic guitar being sold in "Very Good" condition.
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The Martin CS-OM-13 Acoustic Guitar features a top of high-altitude spruce, harvested in winter months to produce a lighter-weight wood with better stiffness, and a tight and even grain. The back and sides are Madagacar rosewood, and the fingerboard is inlaid with pearl scalloped diamonds and red spiny reconstituted stone with a mother of pearl border. Constructed using hide glue, these guitars were only built during the year 2013, and limited to 80 instruments. Includes case.
CS-OM-13 Acoustic Guitar
Recording King's Dirty 30's Harmonella guitars are a throwback to the dry, throaty sounding department-store instruments that have become favorites of blues players and songwriters everywhere.
The Harmonella is the first of the Dirty 30's Series with tailpieces. Though they're based on vintage instruments, their tone benefits from some modern building techniques. Historically, tailpieces were used on guitars whose tops were reinforced using ladder bracing. These tops delivered a dry sound with very few overtones. Harmonella models are built using traditional x-bracing on the solid spruce top, which, when paired with the tailpiece delivers vibrant gutbucket blues sound with enhanced overtones. The original models were made with steel reinforced necks, but today's Harmonellas are built with traditional truss rods for easy neck adjustments.
The classic aesthetics are just as much a part of their appeal as their sound, and Harmonella guitars follow vintage tradition from the classic-style fretboard markers to the old-school bound soundhole and matte sunburst finish.
Whether you're a songwriter who wants vintage blues sound, or a first-time player who wants something a little cooler, get the benefits of modern construction while still delivering tons of vintage vibe with the Recording King Dirty 30's Harmonella.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Excellent' condition. Recording King Deluxe gig bag included.
|BODY SHAPE:||0 STYLE|
|TOP MATERIAL:||SOLID SPRUCE|
|BACK MATERIAL:||WHITE WOOD|
|SIDE MATERIAL:||WHITE WOOD|
|TOP BRACING PATTERN:||X-BRACING|
|NECK PROFILE:||CONTEMPORARY "C"|
|# OF FRETS CLEAR:||12|
|# OF FRETS TOTAL:||20|
|HEADSTOCK INLAY:||RECORDING KING DECAL|
|TUNING MACHINES:||VINTAGE-STYLE, PLASTIC BUTTON|
|FRETBOARD INLAYS:||STENCIL FRET MARKERS|
|BRIDGE MATERIAL:||ROSEWOOD; FLOATING|
|FINISH:||VINTAGE MATTE SUNBURST|
|CASE:||DELUXE GIG BAG|
If there was only one style that most completely defines the traditional acoustic, it would have bold herring bone trim, slotted square fret markers, and rosewood sides and back. Oh, and don’t forget a solid top with scalloped top braces.
The CAROLINA™ series brings all of these features together in one great sounding package. We used solid cedar for the top of the Carolina because of the warmth and clarity it produces. The harmonics generated by cedar make for that sparkling clarity present in a truly professional guitar. The scalloped top braces free up the top for greater volume and a faster response. To finish off the package, rosewood is used to give the Carolina that punchy low-end response that players expect.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Very Good' condition. Hardshell Fender case included.
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The Mosaic is a solid cedar top guitar with solid mahogany back and sides. The cedar & mahogany combination typically produces a sweet warm sound. The Custom Polished finish further enhances the sweet sound of this combination. This model excels in more intimate musical settings.
The Takamine TC135SC Classical Guitar features traditional Spanish design and materials as well as a number of state-of-the-art innovations. With a solid spruce top, solid rosewood back, and a soundboard bracing pattern voiced for a brilliant and rich tone, suited for todays' music. A cutaway body style provides greater fretboard access to all 24 frets! The TC135SC is adorned with traditional marquettery rosette and gold tuners. The on-board Cool Tube tube preamp with built-in chromatic tuner is one of four unique interchangeable SoundChoice preamps which provide maximum control over any performance application. Soundchoice once again demonstrates Takamines' leadership in acoustic-electric guitar amplification technology.
The CTP-1 "Cool Tube" preamp is the most significant development in "on-board" acoustic signal processing since Takamine presented the Acoustic DSP, the industry's first on-board "digital" acoustic guitar preamplifier in 1998. The Takamine CTP-1 "Cool Tube" preamp is an on-board acoustic- electric preamp that utilizes a 12AU7 dual triode vacuum tube.
The "Cool Tube" preamp runs the Tube at very low voltages, therefore the tube does not glow or produce high levels of heat. The tube actually runs at only two or three degrees above ambient, so there is no concern over the delicate tone woods being affected by radiant heat. With the Takamine CTP-1 "Cool Tube" preamp, the playing will be hot, the tone will be warm, and the tube always remains cool.
Cool Tube Features:
A chromatic tuner capable of being calibrated from A438, to A445. An LED display reveals the note being played and directs the player with illuminated arrows that show sharp and flat
The EQ section utilizes a shelving, graphic EQ, which can cut or boost bass and treble frequencies. The mid range is shaped using a semi-parametric EQ section comprised of a rotary knob used to choose the mid point of the midrange frequency. The midrange frequency can be cut or boosted with the mid slider. The range of frequency covered by the rotary knob is 200hz to 8.5Khz
The tonality of the preamp is further enhanced by the use of the rotary knob labeled "Cool Tube" With this control, the player chooses the depth of effect the tube places on the signal generated by the proven Takamine "Palathetic" pickup. With this knob the player can choose from a high degree of "CUT" for aggressive strumming; expanded "sweetness" and harmonic density with fatter lows and rounder highs; or levels of rewarding richness for finger style players.
An auxiliary input jack and volume knob, which can control an additional add-on pickup of your choice. This facility can accept a magnetic sound hole pickup, or a soundboard transducer. The AUX control knob is used to blend the add-on signal with the Takamine pickup. A small switch in the back of the preamp can be used to match the varying outputs of different pickups with the preamp. The output volume slider can then control the blended signal.
Powered by 4 AA batteries, which will deliver approximately 24 hours of playing time.
This guitar was special ordered for a customer who had the guitar for 2 months then traded it in. This instrument is in "Like New" condition.