left handed LAG Spring Acoustic

LAG Guitars is a French music comapny founded in the Occitania region of France, by master luther Michel Lag-Chavarria. They have been producing innovative and inspiring musical instruments for more than 30 years, some of which have been favoured by creative and outspoken artists such as Liv Kristine, Pete Doherty (Babyshambles, The Libertines), and Rob Skipper (The Holloways).



Taylor Big Baby 

The Taylor Big Baby Acoustic Guitar, as the name suggests, is a slightly larger version of the ¾-sized Baby Taylor "Travel Guitar”, being just shy of a full-sized dreadnought.

As a 15/16-scale dreadnought, the Taylor Big Baby gives you the volume and fullness of a full-sized dreadnought but with slightly more portable dimensions, which, along with making it easier to transport, makes it more comfortable to play.

The exact dimensions of the instrument are: Body Length: 19 1/2", Body Width: 15", Body Depth: 4". As with the Baby, this model has an arched back to provide additional strength and to increase the capacity of its tonal output.



Gibson Hummingbird 

From a company that has brought the guitar world so many great originals, the Hummingbird stands out strong and proud. Introduced in 1960 as Gibson’s first square-shouldered dreadnought, the Hummingbird arrived at the dawn of a new era in music, and was rapidly embraced by several prime movers on the scene. In the hands of everyone from Keith Richards to Gram Parsons, it quickly proved itself equally adept at folk, country and rock, and excelled at many of the crossovers genres in between that helped to set the scene for the ’60s.



Excellent value, all in one starter guitar
Ideal for beginners to intermediate players
Dreadnought body shape with gloss finish and black pickguard
Spruce top with mahogany back and sides
Nato neck and sonokelin fingerboard with dot position inlays
Sonokelin bridge with compensated urea saddle
Scalloped X bracing pattern


KENT Acoustic


Kent acoustic guitar in the famous Humming bird style a slick guitar with lots of character, an old rustic sound very california with bounce and resonance very loud and solid sound 
this Drednaught is ideal for beginners and professional players alike its a good allrounder, A 30 year old Guitar with a new set of strings new buffolo bone nute and a great setup with 11s.
here was no “Kent Guitar” Factory. The Kent brand was established in 1960 by Buegeleisen & Jacobson, a musical instrument distributor in New York City. The 500-series models had a metal “K” badge (like the one at left) attached to the headstock of the guitar. The use of a glued-on logo is a good sign that the guitar could appear under another brand name if the manufacturer so desired. The 600-series Kents had the name in metal script letters attached (probably glued) to the headstock. The 500 and 600 series guitars were almost identical. The headstocks were somewhat shaped like those on Fender guitars. Most of those were low-end solid-body instruments.




Parlour guitars have never been so popular and the V880N from Vintage has a host of quality features such as a solid cedar top, with mahogany back and sides, matched to a mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. With golden herringbone and maple binding and inlaid sound hole, the V880 both looks and sounds beautiful.

Body Parlour Size
Back Mahogany
Sides Mahogany
Neck Eastern Mahogany
Soundhole Inlayed Multiply B/W Golden Herribone
Bridge Rosewood
Machine Heads Classical style 3-in-line, Amber Buttons



Epiphone DR 100

The DR-100 has long been Epiphone's best selling acoustic guitar. The DR-100 has the look, sound, and build quality that first time players and professionals expect to find when they pick up an Epiphone. The dreadnought is considered the classic go-to shape for bluegrass, folk, rock, country, and everything in-between. The dreadnought sound is commanding when required, but its balanced sound means that at any volume, you can be heard and hear yourself well, too.



Yamaha LD-10 Handmade Collector Custom Natural

These highly sought after instruments  made between 1991-1996 feature a solid white spruce top and laminated Indian rosewood sides and back. These are custom shop handmade guitars, complete with white leather labels, and are in a class all of their own, voiced like your favorite Martin with quality and attention to detail. The neck is nice and smooth. The action is low with a fully working truss rod and no fret wear.  With almost 0% fret wear, straight neck and low action you will play this  guitar with ease and comfort.
Year(s) Sold: 1991-96 
Top: Solid White Spruce 
Back / Sides: Indian Rosewood 
Neck: African Mahogany 
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood 
Bridge: Indian Rosewood 
Body Depth: 100-125mm 
Color(s): Natural 
Finish: Urethane 
Tuners: TM-37G 
String Length: 650mm 
Nut Width: 43mm (55mm@14th fret) 
Notes: Hand Crafted


Ashton SL29CEQ Slim Line Electro Acoustic

Easy to handle with a slimmer body, Mahogany neck and Rosewood fingerboard, this is one guitar that has looks far beyond its price range. Great for a jam at home, or plug into your amp using your 4 band EQ and you're ready to play live!

Spruce Top with Flame Finish
Sapele Back and Sides
Rosewood Fingerboard
Mahogany Neck
Prener SPII Preamp & Pick up
Built-in Tuner


Fender sonoran

The Fender Sonoran SCE acoustic guitar represents a re-introduction of the California Series acoustics. These guitars were originally made from 1969 to 1971 and have gained attention in recent years for their very electric-like V-neck playability and cool vibe thanks to a Strat-style headstock. The Sonoran SCE has those features dreadnought body with solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard,  


SX Acoustic Guitar 

Acoustic guitar in standard dreadnought shape that provides pleasant and balanced sound, ideal for beginners. Back and sides of the guitar are made of basswood, top plate is made of spruce wood. Neck is made of exotic nato wood and fitted with 20-fret rosewood fingerboard. Instrument is equipped with synthetic bone nut fret, rosewood bridge, Nubone saddle and die-cast chrome machine heads. Vintage Sunburst colour design.


Antoria Acoustic Guitar

ANTORIA GUITARS were first introduced into the UK from Japan in the early 1950‘s. Two of the earliest users of Antoria were Hank Marvin, t

A great player Spruce top with mahogany side and back, rosewood fret board made in the late 80s 


EKO Ranger Folk Acoustic Guitar

Eko Folk size ranger made in the late 1970s 
in italy this small and loud guitar has great tone and playability. really suites the blues, been fitted with a contact mic under the saddle (not a peizo)
for a real mic sound battery opporated 

Eko guitars gained high popularity during the rock'n'roll craze of the 1960s, becoming the largest guitar exporter in Europe. Their electric models were often highly ornamented with pearl, featured 3 or 4 pickups and recognizable "rocker" switches for pickup selection. The acoustic models were popular in country and folk rock bands of the late '60s. The best-known models of the '60s include:



Vintage AMG1 Acoustic Resonator

Resonator-equipped steel guitars occupy a special place in musical instrument history. Essentially designed as far back as the 1920's to offer increased levels of volume before the era of guitar amplification even began, their unique construction and sound, unmistakable tone and fabulous looks have ensured continued interest throughout the decades since.


Aria Jumbo Acoustic Guitar,  Natural

Top: Solid Red Ceder
Back and Sides: Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Number of Frets: 21
Scale Length: 650mm
Bridge: Rosewood
Hardware: Chrome

very mellow with big sound 


Washburn D10 Series Acoustic Guitar (Natural)

Solid Spruce Top
Mahogany sides/back
Mahogany neck with trussrod
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
Natural gloss body
Black pickguard
Stained mahogany/buffed gloss neck
Chrome die cast Grover style tuning machine
Multi lam top binding
Neck binding
New diamond inlaid marquetry rosette
Case included


Crafter GAE-15 P L/H Left-Handed Electro-Acoustic Cutaway Guitar

Crafter GAE-15 P L/H Solid Cedar Top Left-Handed Electr-Acoustic Cutaway Guitar Natural. Series 15 Series, Body Shape Grand Auditorium, Sound Electro-Acoustic, Cutaway Yes, Top Solid Cedar, Back Dao, Sides Dao, Neck Mahogany. Fingerboard Indian Rosewood, Frets 21, Nut Width 43mm, Position Marks Wood Snowdrop Position Marks, Machine Heads / Tuners Deluxe Chrome Tuners with Bean Buttons. Bridge Indian Rosewood, Hardware Chrome, Bracing T-brace, Pickups / Electrics New LR-T RX (LCD Tuner) Preamp with L.R. Baggs Element Pickup. Left Handed Yes, Scale 647.70mm, Colours Natural, Finish Satin, Extra Detail Wood Crafter Soundhole Inlay, Features Dovetail Neck Joint.


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