Please note that any guitar that is not Yamaha or Guild is supplied from a company that purchases the guitars from the makers, and then makes adjustments to them and marks them as used. We feature a warranty on them through our shop. We do our best to keep our site up-to-date regarding selection but can't guarantee that all guitars available are pictured at all times. It is advised to call for availability if there is a specific guitar that you might be interested. Thank you!
Modeled after the last guitar the late great Long Island-based John D'Angelico ever built, this spruce topped and maple backed round hole arch top is all class. This is easily the nicest guitar in the shop, as well as the best deal around. Includes a D'Angelico hardshell case.
Semi-hollow body electric guitar with a maple body and a natural finish, this features Epiphone’s “Pro-bucker” pick-ups with coil splitting. Marvelous fretboard and headstock inlays and classic character all around. Blues legend John Lee Hooker was a big fan and we are too. Pictured here on the Union Street Bridge overlook on the fabulous Gowanus Canal, with a Yamaha THR10C amp, which is also in stock but sold separately.
One of our favorites in sound, playability and style. The Gretsch Blues and Roots Collection is a lot of fun! Available in both “Appalachia cloudburst” and black.
Parlor sized body with stunning 3-piece back. Solid spruce top and rosewood back and sides, with a quilted maple inlay. Abalone binding, fretboard makes and rosette. With soft case. Pictured both on our wall and at the Union Street Bridge and a Gowanus neighborhood garden.
Solid spruce top, solid sapele back. Genuine abalone rosette. Built in tuner and electronics.
Custom red sand paint on the top, this is one of a kind! All solid wood, spruce top and ovangkol back and sides. Includes a soft case. Pictured here on the Carroll Street Bridge in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
A great left-handed guitar! Dreadnought. Solid spruce top, solid mahogany back. Mahogany sides and neck. Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Shadow NanoFlex pick up with sound-hole mounted controls. A copy of the guitar that Paul McCartney wrote "Yesterday" with, and still uses today.
(Please note that the guitar pictured is right handed and as of now only a left handed model is available.)
Solid body electric. Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard. Silvertone lipstick single coil pickups, volume and tone controls with 3 way toggle switch. A stylish replica of the 1963-introduced "amp-in-case line", when Silvertone built a 5 watt amp directly into the case. The 1449 model was replaced in 1964, with only one year of production. Amplifier not included.
Solid body electric. Push-pull coil splitting pick ups, Grover® machine heads, Probucker™ pick ups.
Solid body electric. Rock and roll classic! With push/pull coil splitting and Alnico pick-ups.
Semi-hollowbody electric. P90 single coil pickups with a 6 way notch filter rotary switch. Quilted wine-red top.
Guns & Roses guitarist says it all, rock and roll as only Slash can. Give it a try at least...good luck!
Set-up for ease of playability with a slightly shorter scale length and lighter strings at lower tension, with frets that are slightly larger and taller. Solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides with reduced-body depth and built-in electronics and tuner.
OO Body. Solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides. Grover® machine heads. Replica of the classic "front porch" blues-box guitars.
Jumbo bodied, solid spruce top with maple back and sides. Bone nut with Guild's own piezo pick-up.
Orchestral shape, with cut-away. Solid cedar top, rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. A throwback to the finger-styling days of the 1930s, Epiphone introduced the Masterbuilt line in 1931 and, now under Gibson, is continuing this era's detail and design.
$715 w/soft case
Hollow body electric. Solid spruce arch top, maple back and sides. Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard. Currently set up with flat wound strings. 1950's style--simple, elegant, class.
Smaller sized acoustic/electric archtop with solid spruce top, mahogany body and aged nickel hardware. Includes a soft case.
Semi-hollow body electric. Epiphone's affordable version of the venerable Gibson ES-335. Laminate maple top with mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. Alnico hum-bucking neck and bridge pick ups. Grover machine heads. A classic throwback to 1958 and the roots of rock and roll.
Class, elegance and style. We love the New Yorker series and this mandolin doesn't disappoint! Solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides. Piezo passive pick up as well.
Classical cut-away, medium neck. European spruce top with rosewood back and sides. Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Bone nut and saddle. Fishman Presys Blend pickup. Designed especially for Flamenco with low action and rich bass; the "GK" refers to the signature model of the Gypsy Kings. *Note, this is a used/factory second guitar.
$565 with soft case
Dreadnought with cut away. Solid sitka spruce top, laminate sapele back and sides. Nato neck with rosewood fingerboard. Built-in electronics with tuner.