Godin Inuk Ambiance Steel Acoustic Guitar

Godin Inuk Ambiance Steel Acoustic Guitar

Well, hmm. I’m very intrigued by this Godin Inuk Ambiance Steel Acoustic Guitar. Why’s that? For starters, she has eleven strings that are tuned in unison. So the 11th bass string stands alone and all the others are doubled. What’s more, she’s got a two chambered Mahogany body. Seller writes she was inspired by the Godin MultiOud—and that she can play on her own or amplified with her “custom-voiced electronics with bridge and options via an…

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NS Design NXT Double Bass

NS Design NXT Double Bass

Whuzzat?!?!?!?!? That was my initial reaction when I ran across this NS Design NXT Double Bass. I was so intrigued by her that I did a little research since seller only says, literally, this: “Will ship in it’s (sic) original box. Item has 2 small dings on neck but otherwise is in “like new” condition never being played…only tuned up then put away.” Thanks a ton for the 411. Now, my turn. The “NS” in the…

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Chalkboard Acoustic Guitar

Chalkboard Acoustic Guitar

I’m going to spare you all the technical details about this Chalkboard Acoustic Guitar. If you wanted to fix it up and play it, you could do it. You could also super glue a thousand Benjamins to beater Impala. Just don’t expect to get your full money back. This chalkboard acoustic guitar is not meant to be a player. It’s a cute mini billboard. I love the idea. It’s genius. In the attention department, it…

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Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar

Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar

Here’s an interesting little number for those of you who like to fix things, an Espana Double Neck FL-103 Acoustic Guitar from Finland. This guitar has problems and seller says she is NOT playable in her present condition. If you want to make her sing, you’re going to have to help her out a bit. She’s got a broken tuner, high action, fret buzz, a slightly dished in top and some hairline cracks that seller does not…

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Peavey Patriot Electric Guitar with Electric Amplifier Case

Peavey Patriot Electric Guitar with Electric Amplifier Case

Here’s an interesting find, a 1984 Peavey Patriot Electric Guitar with Electric Amplifier Case. I have never seen anything like it before. The concept is simple, though. You’re walking around one fair day, toting your guitar in its form-fitting case and the urge hits you to play. No problema. Just plug your amp into an outlet and your guitar into your and—wango bango!—let’s get rocking! The seller says the case has a patent pending notice on…

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Supro Supreme Lapsteel Electric Guitar

Supro Supreme Lapsteel Electric Guitar

It don’t mean a thang it if it ain’t got that twang, and this Supro Supreme lapsteel electric guitar looks like she still has plenty of twang still in her. Seller says she’s in good working condition and all original but that there’s a chip in her nut that will eventually need replacement. She’s got a nice-looking brown pearloid body and she comes with an Excelsior case. She looks like a friendly old gal who would love nothing more…

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Loog 3 String Electric Guitar

Loog 3 String Electric Guitar

This Loog 3 string electric has a certain oddball mystique. I love the art deco look. I love the sea foam green. I love the WTF shape, even with its nicks and dents. I even love the logo (look closely on the bolt on) for reading the same both upsides and down. (And I wonder if this is named a Loog because they moved the “g” on place to the right.) Hell, even the name…

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Giannini 12-string Electric Acoustic Craviola

Giannini 12-string Electric Acoustic Craviola

You have to admire an instrument description that starts off with: “Loved by the world, the Original Craviola represents Giannini’s soul.” Let’s break that down. Loved by the world. That’s pretty awesome. I must not have gotten that memo, though. Not only that, the Craviola represents Giannini’s soul, which apparently looks like a mash up of a lute on the top and a guitar on the bottom. Plus, a pretty swell looking sound hole. Then you…

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Composite Acoustic Xi Acoustic Electric Guitar

Composite Acoustic Xi Acoustic Electric Guitar

It’s a brave new world in guitars. Used to be you had your choice of cigar box or wood. Now folks are making guitars out of all kinds of things. Steel. Fiberglass. And, like this Composite Acoustic Xi, carbon composite fibers. According to the seller, this makes the Xi “impervious to climate for consistent performance, wherever you go”—and it weighs under four pounds. That’s stupid light. The seller has cranked up the AdjectiveSpitter 2015 all…

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