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We sell Martin,  Alvarez,  Seagull,  La Patrie, Recording King and others. 

This is just a small sample of what we have in stock. 


Martin D28
List $3299
MAP $2629
Martin HD28
The flagship.  The one to which
all others are compared.
List $3899
MAP $3059
Martin GCP15ME
All solid mahogany.
List: $2249
MAP: $1799
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Martin DCPA4 Rosewood.
Almost like a D28 with a
pickup system.
List $2399
MAP $1899
Martin GPCPA4
Mahogany back/sides.
List $2149
MAP $1699
Martin GPCRSG
List $1699
MAP $1299
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Martin GPCPA4 Rosewood
List: $2399
MAP: $1899
Martin D18
List $3099
MAP $2459
Martin 0001RS
Solid Sapele.  Nice!
List $999
MAP $759
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Martin D-16GT
List $1949
MAP $1499
Martin 000-16GT
List $1949
MAP $1499
Martin LX1  "Mini Martin"
Solid spruce top.
Great travel guitar.
List $459
MAP $349
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Martin DCRSG
List $1699
MAP $1299

Martin DCPA4
List: $2149
MAP: $1729
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Martin D16RGT.  Rosewood
back & sides.
List $2299
MAP $1799
Martin SWDGT
Made with sustainable woods:
Solid spruce top, cherry back
& sides.
List:  $2299
MAP:  $1859
We have one that we will sell
at clearance price of $1395.
Martin 0MXAE BLACK
List $729
MAP $559
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Martin 000X1AEL (left-hand)
List $799
MAP $599
Martin D Jr.
A little guitar with a big voice.
List: $699
MAP: $499
Martin 000X1A
List $779
MAP $599
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Seagull Walnut Isyst
New model, solid spruce
top, walnut back/sides.
Pickup system
Made in Canada
Seagull S6 SLIM QI
(acoustic/electric)
Excellent pickup system.
Seagull Coastline S12 Cedar QI
Nice, comfortable 12-str. with a
big voice.
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GoldTone M-Guitar
All wood, including solid
spruce top.  Great tone for
such a small guitar.
Seagull Performer
Solid spruce top.
Flame maple back/sides.
Seagull SWS
Great tone thanks to the
solid woods throughout..
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New from Art & Lutherie
Americana in trans. black.
Made in Canada.
Art & Lutherie Americana
cutaway in trans. red.
Art & Lutherie Legacy
in trans. black
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Recording King RP-A9M
Parlor size, all solid woods.
Best sounding small guitar
we ever had.  $250
Recording King RO-T16
Solid top (Torrefied)
Experience a torrefied top
without spending a fortune.
(Really does make a difference)
$399
Alvarez AG60EAR
From the new "armrest"
series.  Solid spruce top,
mahogany back/sides.
Plays like a dream.
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Alvarez AD60.  Solid top
Deluxe Gloss finish.
Alvarez AF30 Grand Concert.
Solid spruce top, satin finish.
Alvarez AD30 Dreadnaught.
Solid spruce top, satin finish.
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Alvarez AD30CE ac/elecAlvarez RF26CE
Nice,inexpensive ac/elec.
FREE gigbag.
Alvarez AD66SHB
What a nice 'burst!
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