First, this Weber Yellowstone Custom F mandolin left our Montana shop in February of 2005.
It is in great condition, has a fantastic voice, and with the recent setup I did, plays like butter.
Next, how about this drop dead gorgeous Loar era Gibson A4? Excellent condition with a few recent upgrades.
EVO frets, James tailpiece, and Relic tuners. Beautiful voice and a very smooth player. Original case.
Two surprise Arch Top Guitars!
A nice 1935 Gibson Archtop in great shape!
Neck is straight, frets are good, and it plays smoothly with no buzz at a low action.
New Waverly tuners, TKL hard shell case, and has had a recent setup.
And Weber Big Sky Arch Top Guitar: An original guitar in excellent condition.
And to round out the selection, here’s a beauty! A Flyde Octave from England.
Buying a high-end instrument on the internet is often a big decision and you can make it easier by having a reputable third party certify that is it in good playable condition and verifying the general condition.
Don’t hesitate to Contact Bruce to discuss!