Custom Fretted Instruments & Repair
|1946 Martin D-28||
The last year of herringbone Martins was1946. This guitar is a fine example. The guitar is light and very responsive. The tone is the classic Martin sound that we're all searching for. There's just something about the old Brazilian Rosewood...
|1951 Gibson Southern Jumbo|
With a firm projection and balanced tone, this old Gibson sounds fantastic.
Repairs are extensive, many appear quite old, but all are solid. Many braces reglued, several cracks repaired, broken headstock, jack hole in...
|1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo|
This is a retopped guitar. If you're looking for a perfect, all original instrument, you need to look elsewhere. If you want a fantastic playing and sounding guitar with all the character of a 50s Gibson for half the price, thi...
|1952 Martin D-28|
This old Martin has been used and abused, but it's still trucking along!
It's well worn in and has a great warm, rich and balanced tone and long sustain. The action plays just like one should. The Brazilian rosewood in th...
|1957 Martin D-21|
Another great old Martin guitar! The tone on this one is clean, clear and even across all the strings.
This one is in excellent condition. It does have a good bit of play wear, but it all appears to be "honest" wear and tear. It ha...
|1961 Gibson J-50|
This Gibson J-50 came into the shop a couple of years ago for some major repair, and we wound up replacing the back. This was probably the last major job that Jim Grainger had any part of. The body has a 1960 serial number, an...
|1964 Harmony Sovereign|
A 1964 Harmony Sovereign that was converted to X-bracing by our Steve Moore in 2015.
This great sounding guitar has been well care of, with minimal wear and tear. The guitar is quite stable, with the action much the same as when it was...
|1968 Gibson B-25||This is a great playing small-bodied Gibson guitar! It has a spruce top with the classic 3-tone gibson sunburst that is truly iconic. Mahogany back and sides give it a nice warm tone, and it also features an adjustable rosewood bridge. There is ev...||1799.00|
|2001 Weber Bitterroot|
Great sounding f-style mandolin with a warm, woody tone.
Mahogany back and sides with a spruce top.
Only a couple of minor dings, and a clear scratch guard added to the top.
Original Weber branded har...
|2013 Gibson J35|
Excellent playability and awesome boomy tone in this 2013 Gibson J35.
Original Gibson branded hardshell case included
|Eastman MD315 Mandolin|
Back in stock!Outstanding value from Eastman! High end quality in an entry level price mandolin! The MD315 has a full woody tone and the playability of a professional instrument!
Fully, hand carved, mandolin with spruce top ...
|Gold Star GF-100JD|
These JD Crowe model Gold Star banjos may be the most banjo for the money I have seen in a long time. Beautiful warm tone from the mahogany neck and resonator, and plenty of volume to cut through. This banjo is an exact copy of ...
|Grainger Stringbender Tele|
One of a handful of electric guitars that Jim built in the 1990's. This one features a birdseye maple neck, Swamp ash body, Seymour Duncan pickups, and a Parsons/White B-Bender. It just went through the shop for some setup work an...
|Huss & Dalton OM Custom|
Huss & Dalton's standard OM appointments, built with the "flat-top" construction method for extra power and projection, with a "Sinker" Redwood top, and Cocobolo back and sides. This guitar is bold and loud in volume with excellent...
|Huss & Dalton TD-M Custom|
Powerful and loud! This Huss & Dalton has volume in spades! Thermo-cured Sitka spruce top, with beautiful figured mahogany back and sides. (I tried to get some decent photos, but dark wood under a high-gloss finish is difficu...
Huss and Dalton Guitars are hand-crafted in Staunton Virginia. With unsurpassed workmanship and attention to detail, these guitars combine the power and tone of the best of the pre-WWII "Holy Grail" instruments with the feel and playability of a modern guitar. We try to keep at least one of each model in stock at all times, however, Huss & Dalton's production is only eight to ten guitars a month, so a particular model may be sold out for some time before we can get another one. All models have an ebony fingerboard and bridge and mother-of-pearl inlays.
J.W. Gallagher & Son is a guitar company based in Wartrace Tennessee. Doc Watson and Steve Kaufman are just two of the well-known artists that love their Gallagher guitars. Gallagher has been making guitars since 1965. We also try to keep several models of Gallagher guitars in stock at all times.