• 1948 C.G. Conn Cornet Elkhart Indiana w/Case


    1948 C.G. Conn Cornet Elkhart Indiana w/Case

    This Conn Cornet is in amazing shape considering it was built in 1948! The mother of pearl topped keys all function as they should and feel better than just about anything you can buy made today. This horn was made in Elkhart Indiana, so the production...

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    Hard to find one this pristine and the case is in good shape considering age. smoking little lap steel This 1956 "Chicagoan" was manufactured by Valco of Chicago.  The firm was founded by three former National Dobro Co. personnel thus the brand...

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  • 1970's Ludwig 10" x 14" Parade Drum - Mahogany Cortex


    1970's Ludwig 10" x 14" Parade Drum - Mahogany Cortex

    Here's an interesting piece. A vintage (1970's) 10" x 14" parade drum in Mahogany Cortex finish (wrap). This would be a "project drum" as it comes *AS IS* and is not complete. It is missing the snare wires and part of the snare strainer itself is missing...

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  • 1978 Takamine F349


    1978 Takamine F349

    The Takamine F-349 guitars manufactured in the late 1970’s have been referred to as “lawsuit models,” for their similarity in style and sound features to the Martin D-series guitars. The Takamine headstock inscription, in particular,...

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  • Aria Diamond (1967)


    Aria Diamond (1967)

    Here we have an Aria Diamond that was made in Japan in 1967 and is still rockin'.  Of course it has play and travel wear throughout but that just adds to the character.  It still plays and sounds great.  Don't miss your chance to grab this...

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  • Armstrong USA 103 Open-Hole Flute C Foot

    Armstrong USA 103 Open-Hole Flute C Foot

    This flute is in great shape, no issues. The keys all feel snappy and responsive. it's very quick to play, and doesn't get in your way. New these go for $1200, so this is an absolute steal for this USA made Armstrong. This listing won't last for long so...

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  • Bundy Cornet Designed by Vincent Bach (H&A Selmer) USA


    Bundy Cornet Designed by Vincent Bach (H&A Selmer) USA

    This cornet is in great playing condition with only some superficial wear outer parts of the horn. The keys all play smoothly on this and feel broken in but still firm and responsive. This is a vintage made in the USA cornet which they certainly don't...

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  • Dorado Resonator Guitar 1971


    Dorado Resonator Guitar 1971

    Here we have a 1971 Dorado roundneck resonator guitar.  It is in fantastic shape and plays and sounds just as good.  Thanks for looking and contact us with any questions!

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  • Fender Echo- Reverb Tank


    Fender Echo- Reverb Tank

    These classic Fender ADINEKO Oil tank echo reverbs are flat out awesome.  They have tried to mimic these systems ever since but nothing is quite like the original.  Everything works great and it is in fantastic shape.  Don't miss your...

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  • Framus Texan Vintage Acoustic Guitar (1960s)

    Framus Texan Vintage Acoustic Guitar (1960s)

    Up for sale here is a Framus Texan with a very far out pickguard! The neck on this guitar feels very much like an electric guitar, as it is thin in depth which is uncommon for acoustic guitars of this era. We suspect it is a 1960s model due to the...

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  • German Stradivarius Copy Fiddle

    German Stradivarius Copy Fiddle

    This is a super cool German made fiddle.  Regardless of how amazing it sounds it has very unique appointments.  Having the guitar style tuners is super cool.  Most places around town would ask three times what we are asking...  It is...

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  • Hondo H1 Death Dagger Vintage Guitar

    Hondo H1 Death Dagger Vintage Guitar

    If you want the most 80s in-your-face guitar, then look no further than this totally rad axe! The single pickup on this guitar screams, and that's all that is needed on a guitar like this. This guitar has dings and chips, which we photographed most of...

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