Marty's Classical Guitar Web Portal
Classical Guitars FOR SALE BY OWNER! -- List your instruments for sale here --Read the Rules and a Disclaimer
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1974 Ramirez 1a. $3950 Cedar/Indian, minor dings, No Cracks, Vintage Sound. Contact DTuttle996@aol.com for more information. Posted Sept 3, 2000
1990 Bernd Martin Concert, $1500. This guitar new has a price of $4500. It has a very compact and powerful sound. Email Luis at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. Posted July 30, 2000
1975 Khono model 10, Asking $2400. Spruce top Indian rosewood sides 660 mm scale neck ,sounds excellent with a strong bass response. Guitar is in near mint or at least excellent ++ condition for its age. Comes with its original hardshell case. Contact Dwayne at 604-576-0300, 604-720-7420 or email at email@example.com Posted July 6, 2000
1996 Hirade H15 - Including HSC $1800. Takamine's finest concert guitar with solid rosewood back and sides, solid spruce top and extraordinary attention to detail. Sounds absolutely gorgeous. Excellent condition. Call Max Hoetzel at (310) 450-5444 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Will e-mail pictures upon request. Posted July 6, 2000.
Approx. 1970 Ruben Flores Model 40. Best offer over $1200. My guess is at least 30 years old. Very good condition, beautiful instrument and beautiful sound. Original hard shell case. Email me and send your phone number or email address. I will get back to you with more details. Thanks. email@example.com Posted June 30, 2000.
1954 Martin Classical 0028G. Best offer over $1200. About 1954, fair condition sweet tone with rich base. Original hard shell case.
Email me and send your phone number or email address. I will get back to you with more details. Thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org Posted June 30, 2000.
1979 John Gilbert, $12,500. Classical guitar with cedar table in immaculate condition serial #39. New Gilbert style tuners installed by John Gilbert in 1990s. E-mail inquiries only to William J Vlymen at email@example.com Posted June 19, 2000.
2000 Romanillos, Price £8000+ The guitar is to be completed in August 2000 and the details of the guitar are not yet ready. Email Jan M. Andersen if you are interested at firstname.lastname@example.org or call + 47 22 52 86 26 (Office hours) or + 47 31 28 05 24 (weekends and evenings), or email: email@example.comPosted May 29, 2000.
1963 Guillermo del Pilar. Minimum $3500. 650 mm. Brazilian back & sides, German spruce top, African mahogany neck, pure ebony fingerboard, German nickel-silver frets, real ivory nut, fine machines. Above average condition, never cracked. Excellent tone, slightly above average projection. With the guitar also goes an original handwritten letter from Sr. Del Pilar telling me how it was made and how to care for it, dated also in '63 or '64.
Write to Stefan Vogel via E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Posted May 23, 2000.
1991 Dominique Field, $5500, Spruce top, Brazilian back/sides, 650mm scale. In good condition. It has a very nice and brilliant sound and rich harmonics. Write to Sandra via E-mail at email@example.com. I live in Italy. Posted May 22, 2000
1974 José Ramirez 1a Concert (Serial No. 7661), $5500, Classical guitar with excellent sound and in excellent condition. Brazilian back and sides with a cedar top. Width at nut: 54 mm, Scale length: 665 mm. Made in Spain. Call Lalo De Pilar at 713-271-9595 (Houston, TX), or fax: 713-271-9696, or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted May 18, 2000
1997 Manuel Contreras II - $5500 (Double Top), Cedar top, Brazilian rosewood - sides and back.
Excellent condition and really great guitar. Well balanced and powerful. Beautiful Spanish tone. Email Denis Azebagic at email@example.com Posted May 18, 2000
1996 GEORGE LOWDEN (#276) (No Price Given) Spruce Top/ Brazillian Back/Sides 640 scale. Maple binding and gorgeous handmade rosette& Mahogany neck. Tremendous tone and projection. In excellent condition - still being broken in! Photos available. Call Seth Warner at 207-883-7115 or email at SethWarner@Looksmart.com Posted May 1, 2000
1990 SAM DUNLAP (Mount Desert Island, Maine) $2000 Spruce top/bubinga (a rosewood variant) back and sides. 630 scale. While not being an exact historical copy, this guitar incorporates the shapes and bracing patterns of 19th century guitars. It is a beautiful guitar to both the eye and ear. Decorative features include a gorgeous tile rosette and ebony and maple purlfing. The sound is well balanced and is very sweet. It is in excellent condition and is a charming and easy guitar to play, perfect for romantic and modern music alike. This would be a great find and a great buy for anyone looking for a shorter scale guitar with a great sound! Photos available. Call Seth Warner at 207-883-7115 or email at SethWarner@Looksmart.com Posted May 1, 2000
1-This page is intended to contain Classical Guitars - of all price ranges - that individual owners would like to list for sale.
2-At the present time I will offer (subject to change) to post advertisements/notices for up to 180 days. I will remove a post upon news from seller or any potential buyer who informs me that the instrument is no longer for sale as described. Otherwise, after 180 days, I will remove it automatically and will repost if requested.
3- This is a FREE service and I get to make/change all the rules. I reserve the right to end this service without notice.
4- This service is presently not available to retail establishments or mail-order houses or luthiers or brokers. If you fall into one of those categories, please express your interest and I will consider some type of service for on-going commercial interests.
I assume no responsibility for the accuracy of postings, the integrity of the individuals offering instruments for sale, or the truthfullness of instrument descriptions, makers, models, condition, etc. I am in no way a party to any transaction that seller and buyer decide to undertake with one another. I do not collect any type of fee from buyers or from sellers or from anyone else involved in these postings. I do not warrant that any seller is the legal, legitimate owner of any instrument listed. This is a service intended merely to enhance interest in the classical guitar and this community.
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Send me a fast E-mailwith the following information:
- Instrument description as you'd like it listed (keep it limited to about a hundred words or less, please).
- If an age and/or price is provided, I will categorize the listings into several categories (beginner, student, concert, vintage)
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last updated September 3, 2000