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Collings OM1H All Mh Mahogany with Herringbone

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 Collings OM1H All Mh Mahogany with Herringbone

The OM guitar is an interpretation of the Martin short run of instruments made between 1929 and 1933. These feature a 000 size body with a 14 fret neck. 'OM' stands for "Orchestra Model," but 80 years after this body shape was first designed it has become the most popular 14-fret model with fingerstyle guitar soloists who choose to play on steel strings. Yet flatpickers also find it appealing, and when the graceful cutaway is added these OMs are often used by lead players who routinely explore all 20 frets much as they would on an electric guitar.

The compact shape makes the Collings OM equally easy to handle onstage or when sitting on the couch, and the relatively shallow body (barely over 4 inches deep) results in balanced tone and an immediate response.

This OM1 features a custom Mahogany top combined with Mahogany back and sides. The Mahogany top provides for more sustain, slower attack, as you would expect from a heavier top. Mahogany tops make for a friendly, sweet guitar that does not amplify mistakes. The Mahogany back and sides are perfect for players who find rosewood too boomy. Lead players will appreciate the enhanced note definition and clarity, especially through the midrange frequencies.

This custom Mahogany OM1 is absolutely gorgeous. It is appointed with a custom Herringbone top purfling, Nickel Waverly tuners with Ebony buttons and high gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish and a custom 1 3/4" nut width which allows our fingerpicking friends to play effortlessly and bend chords easily.

The herringbone purfle is a classy visual feature and we find it also adds to the tone and responsiveness of the instrument. By cutting into the outer edge of the soundboard and replacing with herringbone, you are making changes in how the top is isolated from the side of the guitar, how freely it moves and in what direction. In our experience the addition of the herringbone makes the guitar feel a bit more "opened up" right from the start.

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Huss and Dalton 00 SP Custom Sinker Mahogany with Koa Bindings

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 Huss and Dalton 00 SP Custom Sinker Mahogany with Koa Bindings

Our first Huss and Dalton “Sinker Mahogany” was custom ordered, so incredibly beautiful, and so phenomenal in sound, we knew we had to order another one immediately! We had a custom order the very day we delivered the prior one, so we were anxiously awaiting our new “Sinker”.

Our 00-SP All “Sinker” Mahogany from Huss and Dalton, built using old growth "sinker mahogany," is nothing short of spectacular!  "If you like wood with a story, then it doesn't get any better than this material. This is material from the bottom of Belizean rivers. Belize used to be a British colony. The British exported a lot of Mahogany from Belize throughout history and during the 19th century they used the rivers of Belize as their main source of transportation. Occasionally the denser Mahogany logs would sink!  These logs for over 100 years had been lost and forgotten, until now!"  Read the rest of this entry about Sinker Mahogany here.

The topwood on this guitar is also gorgeous piece of Sinker Mahogany, which lends a crisp, defined tone to finger picked chords. This instrument is incredibly responsive to bare fingers, where you barely have to touch the strings and the sound leaps out of the guitar!

The Sinker Mahogany back and sides produces a tone that is clear and powerful. The low end is spectacular and much more prominent than many standard mahogany guitars of this size.  The midrange, while maintaining stunning clarity and definition, is very smooth and pleasant, making for a very balanced sound without the harsh upper mids and trebles that can sometimes take place. Lending clarity and punch to the guitar is Huss and Dalton’s exclusive hand split Adirondack bracing,  which helps to add stiffness to the small top, however, never at the sacrifice of the responsiveness.

Some gorgeous appointments have been chosen to further compliment this little beauty. The Koa bindings on the body as well as the fretboard and head stock and a b/w/b top purfling take this guitar over the top!

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Collings 01 Mahogany Top with Mahogany Back and Sides

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 Collings 01 Mahogany Top with Mahogany Back and Sides

While Collings has been revered for their contemporary take on Dreadnoughts and OM's, they, like many other builders have been increasingly interested in smaller bodied guitars, not only for their comfort and playability, but also for their complex tonal spectrum. Collings was intrigued by a early Martin 14 fret single 0, and decided to build their own modern masterpiece.

The 0 style guitar was originally designed by Martin in the 1850's to have a 12 fret neck joint. The fourteen 14 fret single 0 was redesigned in the early 1930's to have a 14 fret neck joint. The Collings 0 is only 13.5 inches in width, which is smaller than a classical guitar and from Collings' website: "the 0 has a tone and volume that belies its first impression as being less than full-sized. It can double as a travel guitar or a small OM, performing both roles equally well." We couldn't agree more.

This gorgeous Collings 01 features a Mahogany top, combined with Mahogany back and sides. This is an absolutely wonderful sounding instrument. The Mahogany top provides for more sustain, slower attack, as you would expect from a heavier top. Mahogany tops make for a friendly, sweet guitar that does not amplify mistakes.

This guitar excels at fingerstyle playing while also providing great projection and depth when strummed and flatpicked. The all-mahogany construction provides a clear, woody, dry and airy tone that is very balanced and smooth thanks to the masterful voicing.

The gorgeous Mahogany back and sides provide a flat EQ response, dry, crisp note character, and certainly definition of note. When played chordally, Mahogany will allow you to hear each and every note in a complex chord, plus single note runs will be crystal clear.

The custom Herringbone purfle is a classy visual feature and we find it also adds to the tone and responsiveness of the instrument. By cutting into the outer edge of the soundboard and replacing with herringbone, you are making changes in how the top is isolated from the side of the guitar, how freely it moves and in what direction. In our experience the addition of the herringbone makes the guitar feel a bit more "opened up" right from the start.

The 01 is simply appointed in a tortoise bound body, a simple walnut backstrip, ebony fretboard, and bridge, and finished off with Nickel Waverly tuners with Ebony buttons. The 1 11/16" standard nut width has been upgraded to a 1 3/4" nut for easier fingering of chord shapes.

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Collings 0001H Mh Mahogany

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 Collings 0001H Mh Mahogany

The 12-fret 000 has the same general appearance as the Collings 00, but in a larger size with longer string scale. Although it's the same width and depth as the OM, the longer body typically produces more bass and overall volume. This makes the Collings 00 ideal for string-band purists or any guitarist who wants a maximum of power from an instrument of comfortable size with an elegant, old-time appearance.

This 0001Mh features a custom Mahogany top as well as Mahogany back and sides. The beauty of Collings' mahogany tops is their open breath and incredible responsiveness. Overall, focus and clarity are the key qualities of this guitar.

The top end has an incredible definition and brightness, without sacrificing or overpowering the mid-range. Really, the mid-range focus is what makes this guitar shine. It's perfect for Piedmont blues or folksy strumming. Alternate bass line fans rejoice, for the bass response on this one is gorgeously well defined!

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2011 Santa Cruz 1929 Series 00 All Mahogany Full Body Sunburst

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 2011 Santa Cruz 1929 Series 00 All Mahogany Full Body Sunburst

When players start discussing tone, the conversation inevitably turns to vintage instruments. Maybe it stems from a reverence and longing for a bygone era, but it's hard to deny the magic in an instrument with rich history and unmistakable tone that only gets better with the passage of time.

In the past, we have commissioned a limited run of some remarkably special instruments from our short list of select builders. So when the idea of all Mahogany construction came up, the name Santa Cruz shortly followed. The 1929 Depression Era 00 is presented as an heirloom quality instrument from Santa Cruz Guitars, designed with simpler appointments reflecting the era, yet with all the mojo you would expect from a guitar with such a special namesake. Their selection of Mahogany tone woods offers snap and sparkle, a dry and airy tone - tone that hangs on to every note with ease.

The fine builders at Santa Cruz and wanted to insure this guitar would be an accurate representation of the era. In keeping with its nostalgic look of the 1920s - it bares a custom Santa Cruz headstock logo reminiscent of the era, inlaid in grained Ivoroid. With one look it's clear that even designer Raymond Loewy would be proud to have designed it. The body is bound in Mahogany, a subtle addition we can not imagine the guitar without. Coupled with an elegantly appointed top, a simple two line rosette of grained Ivoroid and single line purfling on the top and sides.

The 1929 Series was originally introduced as a limited run of 12 instruments, made exclusively for and designed with Artisan Guitars.  In fact, Bill took home one of the original 12... the only guitar he has purchased for himself since opening the shop.  Santa Cruz loved the series so much they ended up making it a production model and continues to be one of our top sellers.

This custom guitar features a custom a full body sunburst, making this all-mahogany guitar visually stunning and adds quite a bit to the look of the 1929 series.

This 2011 Santa Cruz 1929 Series 00 All Mahogany Full Body Sunburst has a few light surface scratches and dents which we attempted to capture in the detailed photographs below. Additionally, also photographed, is a surface crack on the side which has been professionally repaired. It has very minor fretwear and includes a Hoffee hardshell case.

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SOLD: Vintage 1943 Martin 0 17 Pre War Mahogany

 Vintage 1943 Martin 0 17 Pre War Mahogany

This scalloped-braced, small-bodied, entirely-mahogany, acoustic guitar was made during Martin’s self-proclaimed “Golden Era,” and is an absolutely phenomenal instrument! Superior in sound and body to a Guild M-20, Gibson LG-0, or an 0-17 produced thereafter, the 0-17 has enjoyed a reputation for being an excellent recording guitar.

A small guitar with a impossibly huge voice, this 0-17 will surprise you at first strum. Expressive, warm and full, with great overtones and big volume, this instrument offers everything we listen for in a small mahogany box. A perfect instrument for the old timey flatpicker, blues artist or fingerpicker. Something from this era is just a rare find and getting rarer in small bodied Martins.

This instrument has an appraisal from Gruhn Guitars which is provided in the detailed photos below. Gruhn Remarks, "This guitar shows moderate playing wear. The bridge has been cut down to lower the action. A small hairline top crack has been re-glued and a crack in the x brace on the underside of the top has been glued. There is a tongue depressor glued on the underside of the top. In other respects it conforms to the typical specifications of the model for the period in which it was made with 13 1/2” wide body, mahogany top, back, and sides, mahogany neck, Brazilian rosewood bridge, fingerboard, and peghead veneer, no bindings on the body edges, single ring soundhole rosette, small dot fingerboard inlays, nitrocellulose tortoiseshell grain pickguard, and original war time style open back tuners with white oval plastic buttons and no bushings on the front of the peghead."

This Martin 0-17 is in good condition with wear as expected from a 70 year old instrument. It has lots of small scratches, nicks, marks through out which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. There is moderate fretwear on the first three frets and minor fretwear on frets 4 - 8 as seen in the detailed photos below. Includes a Hardshell Case.

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SOLD: 2012 Collings CJ Mh Mahogany and Mahogany with Full Body Sunburst

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 2012 Collings CJ Mh Mahogany and Mahogany with Full Body Sunburst

The Collings Jumbo, or CJ, is Collings' version of the classic slope-shouldered dreadnought, a shape that has enjoyed renewed popularity in recent years. While the CJ is similar in width and depth to the traditional dreadnought, it has a distinctly different tone. Despite its large size this model works well with the optional shorter string scale, resulting in a somewhat percussive bottom end ideal for acoustic blues or other styles that benefit from a more controlled bass response. Of all the Collings body shapes, this is the one most often requested with a sunburst top finish, as this guitar beautifully demonstrates.

This gorgeous Collings CJ Mh features a Mahogany top with a custom full body sunburst, combined with Mahogany back and sides. This is an absolutely wonderful sounding instrument. The Mahogany top provides for more sustain, slower attack, as you would expect from a heavier top. Mahogany tops make for a friendly, sweet guitar that does not amplify mistakes. The Mahogany back and sides are perfect for players who find rosewood too boomy. Lead players will appreciate the enhanced note definition and clarity, especially through the midrange frequencies.

This guitar excels at fingerstyle playing while also providing great projection and depth when strummed and flatpicked. The all-mahogany construction provides a clear, woody, dry and airy tone that is very balanced and smooth thanks to the masterful voicing.

This Collings CJ Mh Mahogany and Mahogany with Full Body Sunburst is simply appointed in a tortoise bound body, an ebony fretboard and headstock overlay, finished off with Nickel Waverly tuners with Ebony buttons. The 1 11/16" standard nut width has been upgraded to a 1 3/4" nut for easier fingering of chord shapes.

We are also a big fan of leaving the tongue brace out of these instruments. As people search for the mythical tone of old guitars, this brace comes into scrutiny. Martin added the tongue brace in 1940 and it has become standard every since. The absence of a tongue brace frees the top to allow enhanced vibration and results in a richer, fuller, tone with more low end resonance. It is speculated that Martin added the brace to prevent top cracking, but the years have proven this to have been unnecessary and actually decreases resonation.

This guitar has been equipped with the K and K Pure Mini pickup. The Pure Mini is an award-winning, signature pickup for steel string acoustic guitars. The Pure Mini is a 3-head, bridge plate transducer. It features super balanced, flat sound transmission, warm woody tone without any quack and superior dynamic range all over the guitar's frequency spectrum. Our customers tell us that the Pure Mini's output is louder than any other passive pickup on the market.

Bridge plate transducers are the optimal choice for achieving a rich, natural guitar sound. The Pure's position on the bridge plate provides the perfect balance of sound, picking up all the strings without sounding harsh or percussive and "listening" to the sound board to amplify the unique characteristics of your guitar. The result is a warm, full-range signal that sounds great even without a preamp!

Additionally, the owner of this guitar, Jim Lauderdale is featured in the following video playing this instrument while on tour with Buddy Miller. 2012 OFFICIAL Americana Awards - Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale "I Lost My Job Of Loving You"

This 2012 Collings CJ Mh Mahogany and Mahogany with Full Body Sunburst is in excellent condition with only a few dents and surface scratches which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It has minor fretwear and includes the original Collings hardshell case.

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SOLD: Huss and Dalton 0 SP Custom Sinker Mahogany Parlor Guitar

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 Huss and Dalton 0 SP Custom Sinker Mahogany Parlor Guitar

Introducing Huss and Daltons 0-SP Parlor Guitar...

The 0 and 0-sp are new additions to Huss and Dalton's 12 fret, small body, guitar lineup.  This 2014 NAMM Show beauty features a few custom features includes Tortoise body binding and no neck binding. The 0-SP features a smaller body size with a 13 1/5" body width and 18 7/8" body length. This 0-SP, built using old growth "sinker mahogany," is nothing short of spectacular!

"If you like wood with a story, then it doesn't get any better than this material. This is material from the bottom of Belizean rivers. Belize used to be a British colony. The British exported a lot of Mahogany from Belize throughout history and during the 19th century they used the rivers of Belize as their main source of transportation. Occasionally the denser Mahogany logs would sink!  These logs for over 100 years had been lost and forgotten, until now!"  Read the rest of this entry about Sinker Mahogany here.

The topwood on this guitar is also gorgeous piece of Sinker Mahogany, which lends a crisp, defined tone to finger picked chords. This instrument is incredibly responsive to bare fingers, where you barely have to touch the strings and the sound leaps out of the guitar!

The Sinker Mahogany back and sides produces a tone that is clear and powerful. The low end is spectacular and much more prominent than many standard mahogany guitars of this size.  The midrange, while maintaining stunning clarity and definition, is very smooth and pleasant, making for a very balanced sound without the harsh upper mids and trebles that can sometimes take place. Lending clarity and punch to the guitar is Huss and Dalton’s exclusive hand split Adirondack bracing,  which helps to add stiffness to the small top, however, never at the sacrifice of the responsiveness.

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ON LAYAWAY: Santa Cruz 1929 000 Mahogany with Custom Sunburst Finish

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 Santa Cruz 1929 000 Mahogany with Custom Sunburst Finish

The 1929 000 is the full sized version of the 1929 Model we originally commissioned. A longer, 25.375 inch scale for additional volume and bass make it a worthy ensemble instrument. You will find the same simple and elegant aesthetics of the 1929-O and 1929-OO versions.

The master grade True Mahogany top is correctly dimensioned and hand voiced for a full and complex presence, and the elements for an heirloom guitar are all in place.

The 1929-000’s look includes a period correct “Vintage Script” logo done tastefully in Ivoroid. Classic Ebony complements the pyramid bridge, tuner buttons, head-plate and fretboard. An appropriately simple rosette is inlaid with a rich faux tortoise shell celluloid ring in a vintage Ivoroid border.

The 1929-000 Model has all the exceptional presence and playability that you would expect from the Santa Cruz stable of state of the art acoustic guitars.

This guitar excels at fingerstyle playing while also providing great projection and depth when strummed and flatpicked. The all-mahogany construction provides a clear, woody, dry and airy tone that is very balanced and smooth thanks to the masterful voicing.

The comfortable 000 size doesn’t lack for low end… as stated above, the tone is quite balanced thanks to Richard Hoover’s masterful tap tuning and skillful bracing, providing a sound that is much larger than many other similar sized instruments.

The finishing touch on this particular 1929 guitar is the custom sunburst over the highly impressive set of Mahogany. This finish and wood combination instantly set the guitar apart visually from our other 1929 models.
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SOLD: Pre Owned 2012 Collings 001H Mh Mahogany

 Pre Owned 2012 Collings 001H Mh Mahogany

The dimensions of Collings' 001Hmh are similar to the original design first introduced around the Civil War. The comfortable 12 Fret size and timeless appearance of the Collings 00 is matched by the ease of playing a wide neck and shorter string scale affords. The tone of a typical 00 is balanced and precise, and we've seen it adopted for a wide range of playing styles from the singer/songwriter fair to ragtime solos - but it really sings when used for fingerstyle. With this in mind, we ordered this guitar with a few custom features with the discerning fingerstylist in mind.

This gorgeous Collings OO1HMh features a Mahogany top combined with Mahogany back and sides. This is an absolutely wonderful sounding instrument. The Mahogany top provides for more sustain, slower attack, as you would expect from a heavier top. Mahogany tops make for a friendly, sweet guitar that does not amplify mistakes. The Mahogany back and sides are perfect for players who find rosewood too boomy. Lead players will appreciate the enhanced note definition and clarity, especially through the midrange frequencies.

This guitar excels at fingerstyle playing while also providing great projection and depth when strummed and flatpicked. The all-mahogany construction provides a clear, woody, dry and airy tone that is very balanced and smooth thanks to the masterful voicing.

This instrument is, in our opinion, perfectly appointed. The body is bound with tortoise style bindings, with a tortoise pickguard and finished off with a high gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish and herringbone purfling. Additionally, the Slotted headstock and Nickel Waverly Tuners top off a classy, elegant instrument.

The 001HMh model offers a welcome alternative for those looking for a smaller guitar that really separates itself from all the rest!

Pre Owned 2012 Collings 001H Mh Mahogany is in excellent condition. There are a few very minor finish scratches on the pickguard and beneath the soundhole which we were unable to capture in the detailed photos below.  It has very minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.
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SOLD: Santa Cruz 1929 Depression Era 000 Sunburst

 Santa Cruz 1929 Depression Era 000 Sunburst

The 1929 000 is the full sized version of the 1929 Model we originally commissioned. A longer, 25.375 inch scale for additional volume and bass make it a worthy ensemble instrument. You will find the same simple and elegant aesthetics of the 1929-O and 1929-OO versions. The master grade True Mahogany top is correctly dimensioned and hand voiced for a full and complex presence, and the elements for an heirloom guitar are all in place.

The 1929-000’s look includes a period correct “Vintage Script” logo done tastefully in Ivoroid. Classic Ebony complements the pyramid bridge, tuner buttons, head-plate and fretboard. An appropriately simple rosette is inlaid with a rich faux tortoise shell celluloid ring in a vintage Ivoroid border. The 1929-000 Model has all the exceptional presence and playability that you would expect from the Santa Cruz stable of state of the art acoustic guitars.

This guitar excels at fingerstyle playing while also providing great projection and depth when strummed and flatpicked.  The all-mahogany construction provides a clear, woody, dry and airy tone that is very balanced and smooth thanks to the masterful voicing.  The comfortable 000 size doesn’t lack for low end… as stated above, the tone is quite balanced thanks to Richard Hoover’s masterful tap tuning and skillful bracing, providing a sound that is much larger than many other similar sized instruments.

The finishing touch on this particular 1929 guitar is the custom sunburst over the highly impressive set of Mahogany.  This finish and wood combination instantly set the guitar apart visually from our other 1929 models.

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SOLD: 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany

 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany

Mahogany guitars have received quite a lot of attention as of late - possibly due to the recent reemergence of early folk and Americana in the music scene. Keeping up with the times, Martin released this run of affordable, satin finished guitars with all the mojo and sparkle of their vintage counterparts.

The Martin 000-15SM works to faithfully replicate the original 15 series of all mahogany guitars from the 1940s. Originally, mahogany was used as a more affordable alternative, but it was quickly discovered that the tone of a mahogany top is hard to beat for blue fingerpicking and folksy strumming. The 000-15SM is perfect for those very styles, with sweet, crisp, and focused tones.

The 00015SM has a classic, old-time appearance - holding fast to appointments of the time. The top is simply appointed with a single ring rosette and a tortoise pickguard. Don't miss out on a chance to get into the the classic, woody tone of mahogany guitars without spending a small fortune.

The Fishman Matrix Infinity is an undersaddle acoustic guitar pickup and preamp system that delivers transparent and natural sound allowing your instrument's natural tone to be heard in amplified performances. This Fishman pickup system is noted for providing crystal clear string response, balance, and sensitivity. The pickup senses the motion of the entire saddle, providing superb string-to-string balance and great sensitivity to the guitar strings and guitar top. The Fishman Matrix Infinity features switchable voicing and full volume and tone control with minimal tone coloration.

This 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany is in excellent + condition, with only a few minor scratches and dents which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It has very minor fret wear and includes the original hardshell case.

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