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  1. Chasson Jumbo - Sitka & Flamed Maple

    Chasson Jumbo - Sitka & Flamed Maple

    Out of stock
    I'm speechless.. well almost. I've heard and seen a lot of great guitars here at TAMCO, and on my travels over the last ten years or so, and this is one of the most beautiful ever.

    I think a lot of players have an ideal sound in their heads for different styles of guitar. This matches my idea of how a Jumbo should sound....perfectly.

    It is big and loud with fantastic balance and focus, the depth and richness of tone is stunning. Nothing washes about causing unwanted harmonics and overtones, it's just great!

    Top - Sitka Spruce
    Back & sides - Flamed Western Maple
    Neck - Khaya
    Fretboard - Ebony
    Case - Ameritage hard case made in Costa Rica

    Frets to the body - 14
    Scale length - 25.0
    Neck profile - C/D
    Nut width - 44.9mm
    Nut spacing - 76mm
    Bridge spacing - 11.6mm
    Action fret 1 low E - 0.5mm
    Action fret 12 low E - 2.25mm
    Action fret 1 high E - 0.25mm
    Action fret 12 high E - 1.5mm
    Lower bout width - 17"
    Upper bout width - 12.4"
    Body depth at base - 4.72"

    Adjustable action - MoP logo - Ebony top border - Ebony bindings - Ebony headstock veneer - MoP dot position markers (with side dots) - Ebony segmented rosette - Ebony fretboard - Ebony bridge - Schertler open tuners - Ebony tuner buttons -
    Bone nut and saddle - Ebony bridge pins - No pickguard

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  2. Chasson Concert - Engelmann & Wenge

    Chasson Concert - Engelmann & Wenge

    £2,975.00
     
    In stock
    Finance available (UK residents only) from £85.73 per month with 10% deposit
    There has been a lot of excitement about wenge recently. In these times of traditional tone woods becoming scarce and in some cases tightly restricted and banned, it's great to work with a wood that is plentiful and cheap.

    Some find the look of it to be plain but others love the deep and rich variations of colour that can be seen when looking closely, to be very beautiful. The way Kent has combined it with Leopardwood accents makes it an incredibly beautiful guitar however you look at it.

    Kent says this is the best guitar he has made and by his standards something.. by my standards it has a wonderful full sound, with complex and resonant tones across its very well balanced and defined range.

    Top - Engelmann Spruce
    Back & sides - Wenge
    Neck - Khaya
    Fretboard - Ebony
    Case - Ameritage hard case made in Costa Rica

    Frets to the body - 14
    Scale length - 25.4"
    Neck profile - C
    Nut width - 45.0mm
    Nut spacing - 7.7mm
    Bridge spacing - 11.3mm
    Action fret 1 low E - 0.25mm
    Action fret 12 low E - 1.75mm
    Action fret 1 high E - 0.2mm
    Action fret 12 high E - 1.25mm
    Lower bout width - 15"
    Upper bout width - 12"
    Body depth at base - 4.33"

    Mop logo - Blackwood/Bloodwood purfling - Leopardwood bindings - Ebony headstock veneer - Leopardwood backstrip - MoP position markers (with side dots) - Leopardwood rosette - Ebony bridge - Schaller mini tuners - Ebony tuner buttons - Bone nut and saddle - Ebony bridge pins - No pickguard

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  3. Chasson Concert - Engelmann & Cocobolo

    Chasson Concert - Engelmann & Cocobolo

    Out of stock
    Wow! Kent (once again) has pulled out all the stops on this beauty, a fantastic example of the 'art' of luthiery.

    He went all out on the sound as well, a very versatile guitar with deep and sonorous basses, complex mids full of character and expression and clear but warm and bright trebles. Playing hard or soft it responds with consummate ease.

    • Engelmann spruce top
    • Cocobolo back and sides
    • 14 frets to the body
    • 25.4” scale
    • 1.75” nut width
    • 2.25” string spacing at saddle
    • 15” lower bout
    • Khya mahogany neck
    • MoP logo
    • Bloodwood/black purfling
    • Flamed koa bindings
    • Cocobolo headstock veneer
    • Cocobolo rear headstock veneer
    • No position markers (with side dots)
    • Leopardwood rosette
    • Cocobolo fretboard
    • Cocobolo bridge
    • Schertler tuners
    • Ebony tuner buttons
    • Bone nut and saddle
    • Ebony bridge pins
    • No pickguard
    • Ameritage case

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  4. Chasson Signature Dreadnought - Adirondack & Sapele

    Chasson Signature Dreadnought - Adirondack & Sapele

    Out of stock
    Wow! The bass of a dreadnought but much, much more. A dread I could take home.. want to take home.

    Someone who played it before it crossed the pond commented "Sounds like a dread with some sophistication.".. that's a great way to put it.

    The neck is adjustable to change the action so you can go from powerhouse picking to gentle fingerstyle in a jiffy.

    Kent says "One of the things I've worked hard on and am really happy with about this guitar is the blend of the traditional and contemporary. I grew up in North Carolina around a lot of Bluegrass and traditional Appalachian music but there are plenty of people building traditional dreads and doing a great job of it. I wanted to build something that gave a nod to that tradition but was decidedly my own."

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    • Adirondack top
    • Sapele back and sides
    • 14 frets to the body
    • 25.4” scale
    • 1 11/16” nut width
    • 2 1/8” string spacing at saddle
    • 15.5” lower bout
    • Kahya neck
    • No cutaway
    • Arrow purfled wood top border
    • Walnut bindings
    • Ebony headstock veneer
    • MoP dot position markers (with side dots)
    • Snakewood/bloodwood segmented rosette
    • Wood back strip
    • Mother of pearl logo
    • Ebony elevated fretboard
    • Ebony bridge
    • Schaller mini tuners
    • Ebony tuner buttons
    • Bone nut and saddle
    • Ebony bridge pins
    • Clear pickguard
    • Ameritage custom deluxe case

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  5. Berkowitz J6 - Cedar & Indian Rosewood - Manzer Wedge

    Berkowitz J6 - Cedar & Indian Rosewood - Manzer Wedge

    Out of stock

    Was £5795. Dusty Corner price £4495. A few light pick marks on the top.

    I’ve have never known a sixteen and a half inch guitar feel this comfortable, the Manzer wedge (originally designed by Linda Manzer) really works. This incredible guitar has jumbo power and depth but responds delightfully to the lightest touch, an unbeatable all-rounder.

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    • Cedar top
    • Indian rosewood back and sides
    • 25.5” scale
    • 1 ¾" nut width
    • 2 ¼" string spacing at saddle
    • 16 ½" lower bout
    • Ebony headstock veneer
    • Ebony bindings
    • Abalone rosette
    • Bone nut and saddle
    • Ebony fretboard
    • Ebony bridge
    • Abalone inlaid logo
    • Mother of pearl position markers
    • Gotoh super 510 tuners
    • Ebony tuner buttons
    • Ebony bridge pins
    • No pickguard
    • Hiscox case






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  6. Kronbauer MJ - Sitka/Rosewood 2012 (used)

    Kronbauer MJ - Sitka/Rosewood 2012 (used)

    Out of stock
    In excellent condition. This is lot of guitar for the money.

    I have compared it with other sitka/rosewood jumbos and this is the sweet one! The sound is very warm and lush without lacking definition. Fantastic for picking and strumming and more than capable of some delicate fingerstyle.

    • Sitka top
    • Rosewood back and sides
    • 14 frets to the body
    • 25.6” scale
    • 1 ¾” nut width
    • 2 ¼” string spacing at saddle
    • 16 1/8” lower bout
    • Mahogany neck
    • MoP logo
    • Maple top border
    • Maple bindings
    • Rosewood headstock veneer
    • Micro dot position markers (with side dots)
    • Spalted maple rosette
    • Ebony fretboard
    • Ebony bridge
    • Gotoh tuners
    • Toffee tuner buttons
    • Micarta nut and saddle
    • Ebony bridge pins
    • Clear pickguard
    • Hard case

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  7. Dudenbostel A-1 (used)

    Dudenbostel A-1 (used)

    Out of stock
    Lynn makes very few of his A-1 model to a basic spec, no variations. I originally bought it from Lynn, he told me that he enjoys making these once in a while because he doesn’t have to work to other people’s requirements. It still has the 'Dude' sound, they don't come any better, volume and subtlety, richness and clarity, projection and intimacy, its has it all. And I think it looks amazing.

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  8. Grit Laskin visit April 25th 2015. Legendary Luthiers Three.

    Grit Laskin visit April 25th 2015. Legendary Luthiers Three.

    William (Grit) Laskin is legendary for his inlays. He is a VERY entertaining speaker covering his part in the development of the soundport and arm bevel with many informative and interesting stories to tell.

    See my reviews page for the article published in Acoustic magazine about the day.





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  9. Taylor 555 12 string (used)

    Taylor 555 12 string (used)

    Out of stock
    Good condition 555 with a few dings here and there (see photos) and a custom saddle. Taylor's reputation for great 12 string guitars is well deserved, this is a very fine example. Comes with unknown pickup.


    • Spruce top
    • Mahogany back and sides
    • Mahogany neck
    • 25 1/2" scale
    • 1 7/8” nut width
    • 2 7/16" string spacing at saddle
    • 17" lower bout
    • Black bindings
    • B/w/b purfling
    • Concentric circles rosette
    • Bone nut and saddle
    • Ebony fretboard
    • Ebony bridge
    • Large dot position markers
    • Schertler tuners
    • Ebony bridge pins
    • Tortoise pickguard
    • Taylor case

    Taylor 555 12 string (used)Taylor 555 12 string (used)Taylor 555 12 string (used)


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