This is a Nicolaus Amati Copy circa 1920 violin being sold with bow and case. The case appears to be original.
Niccolo Amati was a teacher of Stradavari. Born 1596, Died 1684. His violins are considered technically perfect, and are copied much. He started with a smaller model than Stradavari. Then Niccolo worked on a "Grand Model."
Nicolo (1596-1684), son of Hieronymus, grandson of Andrea, and nephew of Antonio, is considered the greatest instrument maker of the family. His instruments are much admired for their beautiful and penetrating, though not powerful, tone. Violins, violas, cellos, several three- string bass viols, and at least one pochette by his hand are known.
1957 Fender Stratocaster!
An original 1915 Gibson A-1 Mandolin! In good condition for its age too! Was recently serviced by a guitar technician.
This amp is in fair condition. It was wear consistent with its age of 83 years.
Inputs: 4, 1-Echo Speaker, 1-Microphone, 2-Instruments
Speaker: Original Gibson Field Coil, Ultra Sonic Reproducer (12")
Covering: Original Tweed
Series: Style 3
1966 Harmony H1 Copper Lapsteel Guitar in good condition for its age and all original. They built this model from 1962-1971, there is no serial number.
Solid hardwood body with copper nitro finish. The electronics feature 1 Volume and 1 Tone-control. The pickup is a DeArmond "Hershey-bar". Comes in a wooden hard case.
$ 199.99This is a 1950s vintage LIFTON hard shell case for a Jumbo/J200 being sold in good condition, which is unusual for it's age. It has no hinge or latch issues. You will find usual wear expected for a 60 year old case.
This guitar is in good condition. There are wear marks throughout the body that are consistent with its over 100 year age.
This guitar has had its bridge replaced, and a crack cleated by Tom Murray. Any other work was done by prior owner.
This pre-war Martin is extremely sought after. It is very friendly to play, and has a very balanced tone.
This banjo ukulele is in fair condition. It has various wear spots that are consistent with its age. All original parts EXCEPT resonator head and bridge.
Resonator: Slingerland Ukulele Banjo
Rim: Laminated Maple
Nut Width: 1 1/4"
Scale Length: 13"
This is a real deal 1959 Supro Rhythm Master in Sunburst finish. It's a rare model that was made in the original Chicago Valco factory. The guitar features two original patent number oversized single coil pickups, along with a piezo pickup. The little screws on the side are small pots, that you can adjust the volume & tone for each pickup.