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We often have a Flatiron mandolin, Collings mandolin, or a Ratliff mandolin in stock, and occasionally a Summit, Nugget, Monteleone, and even a Loar F5 has been found here. Bridge, tail piece and tuners are original with the fleur-di-lise backing plates and ivoriod buttons. If you can live with some playing wear this is a deal on a snakehead A2. Original finish with black top and a reddish back and sides, all solid woods with a two piece back and sides, spruce top, pearl logo and Fleur DI Lise in the peghead, original hardware including the inlaid Handel tuners, bound top and back, and a bound ebony fingerboard with treble extension. Frets were just dressed and the mandolin set up perfectly by luthier Jerry Ray. The A-4 was the top of the line A style mandolin for Gibson in 1919. Nice big woody sound from this mandolin with good bass! A straight original mandolin showing some very minor playing wear.Perhaps a Fender Stratocaster, Telecaster, or Jazzmaster is your thing. Nice big woody sound from this mandolin with good bass! No structural repairs and only a few of the usual nicks and dings. It has the true red sunburst top finish and reddish back and sides, pearl peghead inlay and logo, bound top and back, and a bound ebony fingerboard with treble extension. Neck is straight, neck angle is good and the frets show very little wear. Action is low and playable and it has a good ringing sound. Snakehead A models from 1923-1925 are the most sought after of the Gibson A style round hole instruments, and for good reason. This is the A4 which was the top of the line for the A style mandolins. Z635 13) Excellent minus condition with a dark sunburst finish front and back.Due to the hydraulic expansion process of manufacture, these instruments are perfectly proportioned, and accurate intonation is therefore invariably obtained.The inside of the tubing is smooth as glass, having been "ironed out" by pressure of 10,000 pounds or more, and as a result the softest pianissimo passages, encountering little resistance, can be played with great effect.
As always, you have a 48 hour trial period on mail order sales of used or vintage instruments. All instruments listed below are available for sale unless marked "on hold" in the description. Bridge has been changed out for a Cumberland Acoustics Loar replica. No major structural issues and the finish is original. Although similar to the earlier A4 model, in the 1930s this was the A0 model. 563B-5) Made in 1936 based on the factory order number in the Spann book. Original sunburst finish and hardware, Adirondack spruce top with F holes, nicely flamed dark stained maple back, sides and neck, white script silkscreened "Gibson" peghead logo. These were used a lot in bluegrass as not everyone could afford a F5. This has an odd stamp on the back of the peghead - its stamped "cull". Frets are fine, neck is straight and it was just set up by my luthier Jerry Ray. Has an original sunburst finish, highly flamed maple back, sides and neck, ebony fingerboard with Lucas style inlays and the "thick" pearl peghead Gibson logo and fleur-di-lise.
Some of the most collectible vintage Martin flat tops include the Dreadnoughts from the 1930s, but any 12 or 14-fret steel-string models from the mid-1920s until the mid-1940s will bring a good price.
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Are you looking for a vintage Martin guitar or Gibson guitar, a fine Gibson mandolin, or a good upright Kay bass? Shows some playing wear as well as a few nicks and dings, but overall a nice solid mandolin. Excellent structural condition showing some significant playing wear - because it sounds great! Just set up by my luthier so it plays smoothly with excellent volume and tone. The A4 was the top of the line A style mandolin for Gibson.