Steel String

Goldtone Baritone

This is a wonderfully rich and gutsy sounding guitar. Tuned in between the ranges of a standard 6-string and a bass (usually BEADf#b or ADGCea), it is great for filling out the bottom end of a rhythm section to replace or compliment a bass part while still having a reasonably high range for chording and maybe a little lead work. I personally love the punchy, driving sound of this guitar and would be tempted to put it into a drop-A (AEADf#b) or other open tuning.

Solid Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides. It has a 29-1/16″ scale length and a zero fret. The strings are a higher gauge to keep the string tension feeling comparable to a standard guitar. this instrument comes with a pickup installed, it is a passive under-saddle transducer with endpin jack. Fitted hardshell case included.

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Teton Acoustic-Electric Bass STB130FMCENT

Featuring a solid Sitka Spruce top with Maple back and sides, this jumbo bodied acoustic bass has a full, clear tone throughout it’s range. The action is great and very playable all the way up the neck. Cutaway gives you access to the 20th fret. Includes Fishman ISYS+ pickup.

Case not included


Eastman E20-OO

Fantastic fingerpicking guitar with the unique clarity and versatility of an Adirondack spruce top. This particular guitar and run of 600 are special because Eastman discovered some unused Adirondack spruce cut some 20 years ago! Slightly larger than a parlor model but still has that small, easy to hold body and focused projection.

 

 


Cigano GJ-10 Selmer copy

Le ‘Petite Bouche’ or oval hole model of Gypsy Jazz guitar was developed after Mario Macaferri parted ways with Selmer. With a longer scale length and joined at the 14th fret this style of guitar is what Django Reinhardt used for lead playing with his 1930’s orchestra. Most noticeable about these guitars, besides their unique sound is the wider finger board, measuring 1 7/8″ at the nut. Hardshell case included.


Eastman E10 OM

            Popular choice for fingerstyle playing
            Solid Adirondack spruce top, solid mahogany sides & back
            Dynamically responsive ebony fingerboard
            Extended volume range ideal for ensemble playing