Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • Sexauer FT 15 Italian spruce/Australian Blackwood USED. £2995.

    This is one of the lightest guitars I’ve had in. It is light and lively, it leaps into your hands and exudes expression. It is immediate and responsive with remarkable separation and balance, full and well defined base notes, rich and complex mids and clear, well defined trebles. It achieves that rare combination of great resonance and great definition.

    Used guitars, click here.


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  • 1904 Washburn parlour guitar in excellent condition.

    Adirondack/Brazilian rosewood, wooden coffin style case.

    The depth and richness of tone of this little beauty is truly remarkable! Its a little clichéd to say how parlour guitars sound like bigger guitars but if you doubt it come and try this stunner. It has a quality of tone that only a hundred and ten years of Adirondack and Brazilian can produce.

    Used guitars, click here.


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  • Some more photos of the 1920 Gibson F4 due next week.


  • Martin O17T tenor guitar due next week.


  • Weber Bitterroot A4: A style, oval hole.

    Beautiful A4 Bitterroot with flame maple back and sides, spruce top, herringbone rosette, radiussed ebony fretboard and Brekke bridge, 1 1/8" nut width,  cast Weber stainless steel tailpiece, nickel Grover tuners, dual action adjustable truss rod and custom hard case.

    Fantastic full and rich sound with warm and deep bass notes, sweet mids and clear trebles. The Bitterroot range represent great value from Weber and always have a very sweet and mellow tone, not Ideal for bluegrass but perfect for everything else.

    Weber mandolins, click here.



  • Weber Yellowstone A4: A style, oval hole, honey/tortoise.

    Absolutely gorgeous Yellowstone A4 in the beautiful honey and tortoise finish with a hand graduated and tuned Adirondack/red spruce top, flamed maple back and sides, ebony veneered tapered A headstock, tortoiseshell/ivoroid bound with ebony and black/ivoroid side accent lines, tortoise bound soundhole, MOP "The Weber" Script and MOP white and gold flower pot inlay, tortoise bound ebony radiussed fingerboard  with a 1 1/8 inch nut width, MOP buds fret markers, dual action/adjustable bridge, tortoise bound body with black/ivoroid side accent lines, cast Weber nickel tailpiece, nickel Grover tuners, traditional Brekke bridge and deluxe hardshell case.

    It has rich and resonant basses with great sustain, warm complex mids and clear ringing trebles. A fantastic mandolin for folk and old time music with a wonderful deep low and enough volume to be heard.

    Weber mandolins, click here.



  • Isaac Jang video.


  • 1920 Gibson F4 due soon.


  • Hiroshi Ogino video by Isaac Jang.


  • Peggy White video, Thanks to Isaac Jang.


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