This 1977 Takamine (serial number 7709 ****) is an obvious replica of a famous Guild jumbo model. Well crafted in Japan at tje golden age of early Takamine that preceded the introduction of their original models. This is a wide size, with great low end, in beautiful condition. The frets are quite low, it has recently been planned. Sold with a Guild hard case
The famous Martin D-18 Dreadnought size associating a mahogany body and a spruce top. This is a D18-D model from 1975 whose electronics were removed by a previous owner, another one installed a very effective Headway system. Good condition for its age, sold with hard case
Here's an old Hawaiian guitar, most likely made in Di Mauro workshops but sold in the Parisian shop of Masspacher. We dated it around 1930/40, it plays like a lapsteel or weissenborn, with a tone bar or bottle neck. Although damaged over the years (details on the pictures). Sold with basic gig bag
Typical Franco-Italian guitar from the '50s, this Castelluccia is not signed but is labeled a luthier/dealer in Paris. Manufacturing is recognizable to the headstock, the pretty arched back. It show a nice 4 pieces thick top and throws a loud tone with lots of body, surprising for this kind of production. In fair condition for its age, 4 machine head...
Typical Japanese replicas from the seventies inspired by classic American Dreadnought. This Suzuki Kiso WE-150 is well preserved for his age, it resonates well and projects a balanced tone. Good condition, sold with a second hand gigbag.
Beautiful gypsy-inspired model that Eko has a very thin neck, disconcerting. Lightweight and easy to play, it delivers a beautiful grain and rich woods. In good condition for her age, she was brought us without case, provide a supplement when sending.