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Catalog > Used Instruments

updated September 18, 2014

We are proud to offer a large selection of high-quality used instruments. We take great care inspecting used instruments before they get put out for sale. In almost every case, a used instrument will have been examined by one of our luthiers/repair people to check for any issues with playability. If repairs were done, we will state that in the description. Wherever possible we also try to include photos of the instrument, especially detailing any repair work.

Occasionally, we will come across an unusual and/or vintage piece that may have some playability or cosmetic issues that aren't financially feasible to address, but the item still has some collector's value and/or can be played despite the issues. In these cases, we will disclose any potential issues in the item's description, and the item will be offered "as is." However, our general policy is to only offer instruments for sale (new or used) that meet with our high playability standards. The few exceptions to this will be notated specifically.

Return Policy: We now offer a 7-day return option on nearly all instruments (including consignments). We realize that buying used instruments sight unseen is a tricky endeavor -- so especially if you are a mail order customer, you can rest assured that if you don't fall in love with an instrument, you may return it for a refund (less shipping costs). Read more about our return policy here. We do our best to describe used instruments in detail so you can make an informed purchase. Don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions about any items listed on this page. Certain "as is" items may not be returnable; this will be stated in the description.

Availability: We try to keep this page updated as frequently as possible, but there can occasionally be a lag in removing a sold instrument from this page (sometimes, instruments on this page are also listed in our eBay store). We do encourage you to contact us in advance to check availability about items on this page. If you are a mail order customer, we can also provide a shipping quote when you contact us.

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Amplifiers & Electronics

Roland AC-60 -- $379.00
Acoustic guitar amplifier.
Crate CA-60 -- $219.00
Two channel acoustic amplifier.
SWR California Blonde II -- $600.00
Great performance amplifier.
SWR Strawberry Blonde II -- $499.99
Never actually purchased, but we've had it in our shop forever!
Traynor Tube Mate -- $99.99
Used amplifier perfect as a small practice amp.
Seymour Duncan Tara -- $400.00
Spectacular 2 channel acoustic amplifier with bass response like a subwoofer. Heavy, but incredible.

Autoharps

Oscar Schmidt 15 Chord Autoharp -- $149.00
No description.
Oscar Schmidt 15 Chord Autoharp w. case -- $279.00
Photos: photo 1
Chip board case and strap included.
Oscar Schmidt 15 Chord Autoharp w. case -- $279.00
Chip board case included.

Band Instruments

H. White King "Master" Trumpet -- $595.00
Mouthpiece, mute and hard case included.
Holton Trombone -- $300.00
Case included.
Bundy Student Clarinet -- $250.00
Case included. Recently restored w. new pads and complete regulation.
Martin Freres Vintage Clarinet -- $40.00
Case included. As-is and needs repair.
Buffet Evette Solid Wood Clarinet -- $350.00
Recent complete repad, plays beautifully!
Schreiber Clarinet -- $350.00
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Recent complete overhaul. Includes case.

We also have a wide selection of consigned violins ranging in price from $500.00 to $1500.00. Our violin repair person Tad Marks is an expert in refurbishing used violins. Come in and try them out! Violins page


Banjos 4-string | 5-string | 6-string / other | Banjo-ukuleles | Banjo-mandolins

4-string banjos

Tenor Banjo -- $495.00
No name, but possibly Gretsch. 1920s-30s. New planetary tuners, set up in our shop. Gig bag included.
Vega Tenor Banjo -- $1,599.00
Description coming soon!
Bruno Tenor Banjo -- $395.00
17-fret open-back, ca 1925-30. C. Bruno Co. was a NY distributor. The banjo may have been made by Lange (judging by the "Supertone" style headstock. Very basic bust sturdy construction throughout - a good starter instrument. Neck is well-worn at the bass side. No major repairs, just thoroughly cleaned and polished and set up with a new "Fiberskyn" mylar head, producing crisp, clear tone. New heel cap. Good friction pegs of the period. Finish and plating in fair to good condition. Strung in standard tuning (C-G-D-A). Irish tuning might require geared pegs. Guaranteed 90 days for structural integrity and playability by luthier owner.
Vega Style "N" Tenor Banjo -- $850.00
Hard shell case included.
Gold Tone "Cripple Creek" Irish Tenor Banjo -- $449.00
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Hard shell case included.

5-string banjos

Vegaphone Professional -- $1,475.00
1956 Tu-ba Phone tone ring. Hardshell case included.
Lyon & Healy 5-string Banjo -- $745.00
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- 1890-1910 composite, yet authentic. Very fine, elegant turn-of-the-last-century banjo by a famous firm. Fully reconditioned and in exceptional cosmetic and playing condition. Composite of two or three L&H banjos : metal "spun-over" wood rim with sturdy tension hoop and original L&H hooks and nuts all in fine shape, is older, pre-1900 - its original neck had rounded heel, attached with screws. Neck is somewhat later, with ebony fretboard, nice pearl inlay, peaked heel, similar to Mystic model. Peghead face has been newly re-varnished. Rare non-L&H period tailpiece and Vega-type neck brace added. New "Fiberskyn" plastic head produces good old-time sound with low-maintenance (traditional skin head available). High quality period friction tuners. Professionally set up and guaranteed 90 days for structural integrity and playability by luthier-owner.
Early John H. Buckbee Five String Banjo ca., 1880 - 1900 -- $625.00
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Authentic turn-of-the-century banjo, set up as originally made, with calfskin head and original type ebony friction pegs.
    Well-preserved historic example; initials J.H.B. stamped in neck near rim. Nicely carved one-piece V-shape cherry (?) neck, no added fretboard layer, with good frets, in perfect playing condition.
    Well-preserved "spun-over" wood/metal rim with good plating. Original L-shoes, all matching period hooks and nuts. Reproduction no-knot tailpiece.
    May be strung with metal or nylon strings. Professionally reconditioned, set up and guaranteed 90 days for structural integrity and playability by luthier/owner.
Essex 5-string Openback Banjo, early 1900's-- $900.00
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Metal pot, newer skin head, steel strings, very ornate fretboard inlay, metal friction pegs. Hard case included.
J.E. Brewster Grand Concert Fretless Banjo -- $1,100.00
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Made in London, ca. 1890's. 12.5" metal pot, newer Remo head, nylon strings. Intricate silver inlay on fretboard. Abalone fret dots on side of fingerboard. Bone cross-shaped friction tuning pegs. Dowel stick reads "Grand Concert 372 J.E. Brewster's." Read more about John Edward Brewster here: http://www.whitetreeaz.com/vintage/brit1.htm

6-string / other banjos


Banjo-Ukuleles

Unmarked "Rolando" model Banjo Ukulele ca. 1920-30 -- $250.00
(Southern California Music Co.) Wood frame banjo uke with inner head. Sturdy block laminate construction, enclosed back of curly maple with f-holes and nice slender neck, all in very good condition. Soprano scale. No structural repairs or issues. Newly mounted skin head , neat arched bridge, new upgrade friction tuning pegs and professional set-up with Aquila strings. 60-day guarantee from luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability. Sold cosmetically as-is.
Banner Blue Banjo-Ukulele -- $425.00
Made by Wm. Lange, ca 1925. Little but powerful banjo-uke with Banner Blue decal on headstock, which was a brand of prolific banjo-maker Wm. Lange. High quality, sturdy construction and hardware - notice the weight! 12 hex shoes and flathooks, good friction tuners, all original. In excellent condition. Professionally refurbished - cleaned, polished, newly mounted hide head, set-up. Solid repair to neck / headstock will NOT come apart, guaranteed! Guaranteed for structural integrity and playability 90 days by luthier owner. A gem.
May Bell Banjo-Ukulele by Slingerland, Chicago, ca 1925 -- $525.00
Great little concert scale banjo uke with enclosed back, stampled SLINGERLAND and MAY BELL on strut inside rim. Model 23, featuring 3-piece neck with veneered, capped heel; high quality 6-7/8" maple rim with bird's eye veneer, 12 flat hooks and L-shoes. Full thickness 15-fret fretboard with pearl diamond position markers and star on headstock. High quality skin head, probably original, with new old-fashioned bridge. Excellent condition - no major repairs or issues; very little wear; all-original high quality hardware, plating like new. Professionally reconditioned, set-up with Aquila bio-nylon strings. Note : Concert scale neck on small pot places bridge close to the tailpiece. Guaranteed 90 days by luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability. Original sturdy chipboard case, repaired, fits 8" rim. Big sound from a little uke around 90 years old!
Banjo Ukulele by Slingerland -- $645.00
Sterling label, circa 1925. Previously owned by renowned tenor banjo player Buddy Wachter! Bears nice Sterling decal on strut. Made by Slingerland Co. and identical to their 8" rim model, with mahogany neck and rim veneer. Heavy rim and tension hoop, 16 flat hooks, L-shoes, high-quality friction tuners - all top-quality original nickel-plated hardware. Exceptional condition with rosewood fretboard and peghead overlay, pearl diamond position markers, good vellum head, bone nut, new old stock old-fashioned bridge, Aquila Nylgut strings, professional set-up. Neck may have been previously refinished - no structural issues, period. Wonderful tone and strong projection. A highly sought-after, quality instrument in superb condition. With period canvas case, fair. Guaranteed 60 days by luthier-owner.
U-King Banjo-Ukulele - circa 1940-50? -- $295.00
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Well-made metal-rim banjo-uke, with 7-inch rim, resonator, and natural skin head. Original copper paint finish in great shape with minor touch-ups on pot. Back of neck has been repainted. Tailpiece stamped U-KING. Neck plays perfectly. A neat looking and good sounding instrument. Versions of this design were also sold under the Maxitone label and various other names. Reconditioned, set up and guaranteed for structural soundness and playability 90 days by luthier-owner. no case

We also now carry a number of NEW banjo-ukuleles by makers such as Flea, Goldtone and Luna!

Banjo-Mandolins

Banjo-mandolin ~ unlabeled, ca. 1925-30-- $365.00
Unidentified vintage banjo-mandolin in good condition. Basic, sturdy, compact design 10" maple rim, 18 L-shoes, round hooks, matching original nuts, unplated brass tension hoop. Serviceable tuners. Nice headstock inlay. Thoroughly reconditioned and upgraded with "fiberskyn" mylar head and compensated bridge. Neck has been re-fitted, fingerboard extension reinforced. Set up with light guage bronze-wound strings. 60-day guarantee from luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability. A good, no frills starter instrument w. character.
Vega-Fairbanks Little Wonder Banjo Mandolin, 1916 -- $675.00
Serial numbe 32744. Vega's popular compact, open-back, mid-range model, with the Little Wonder tone ring, 10-1/8" rim. Top-quality construction and materials, in very good condition. Some wear on hardware. Hooks and nuts are modern reproductions of original style found on this banjo (originals were completely rusted). Ebony fingerboard bound in grained ivoroid. 28 round hooks, double-pointed L-shoes and notched tension hoop. Waverly tension tailpiece is of the period, non-original, upgrade from "no-knot". New, "Fiberskyn" coated mylar head and compensated bridge. Otherwise, all original. Thoroughly cleaned and polished and professionally set up. Absolutely no structural issues, sounds great, plays perfectly. Professionally set up and guaranteed 90 days for structural integrity by luthier-owner.

Bass

Yamaha RBX-270 -- $150.00
With gig bag included.

Drums & Percussion

Tomback -- $195.00
Wood, stave-built and turned by John Miller.
Atsimevu -- $200.00
Ghana, barrel-shaped drum. 40" tall. 9" head.
Sogo drum -- $150.00
Natural skin head, barrel frame. 10" head.
Valje Conga -- $325.00
Single conga.
Sabara -- $125.00
Senegalese.
Kenkene (small djun djun) -- $200.00
From Ghana ca. 1998.
Djun Djun -- $275.00
From Ghana circa 1998.
12" Djun Djun -- $250.00
Tycoon sangha.
Meinl 20th Anniversary Conga -- $399.00
Photos: photo 1
Wood shell with red finish, 10" head, basket stand & case included.
Chinese Imperial Drum -- $2000.00
Photos: photo 1
With stand and mallet.

Guitars Classical / Nylon String | Steel String | Other (for banjitars and six-string banjos, click here!)

Classical / Nylon String Guitars

Raimundo Classical -- $599.00
Spanish-made, all-solid - hard shell case included.
Old German Classical Guitar -- $650.00
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1920s, with gig bag.

Steel String Guitars

Noname Parlor - circa, 1945 -- $200.00
Old chipboard case included.
Taylor GS -- $1,500.00
Sitka spruce top with Indian rosewood back and sides. Hard shell case included.
Steel-string Guitar ca. 1930 -- $750.00
Oscar Schmidt Co., Jersey City, NJ. Head stock decal and paper label read: "First Hawaiian Conservatory of Music, 9th Floor / Woolworth B'ldg / New York City. Concert size. Fully reconditioned. Body of solid slab-cut birch - no laminates. Simple ladder-strut design, 12-frets clear of the body. Identical to a Stella labeled model. Inexpensive in its day (provided "free" to students who signed up for a mail-order lessons program) and now prized for their particular tonal quality associated with the playing of some famous early blues men such as Blind Willie Johnson, who played a similar model. Full, rich, bluesy tone. While this one has had much work done, it is now structurally sound and in excellent playing condition. Multiple cracks fully repaired and cleated, braces reglued. Found with raised nut for slide playing; retrofitted to standard. Neck has been reset and action to standard. Neck has been reset and action is excellent. New rosewood bridge in place of cheap white wood pyramid bridge painted black. Newer tuners in excellent condition. Guaranteed 90-days for structural integrity and playability by luthier-owner. Must maintain good humidification! Sold cosmetically as-is. Includes chipboard case.
Lowden S22-P acoustic / electric -- $3,400.00
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Jumbo body with cedar top and rosewood back and sides.
Gibson Robert Johnson L-1 Guitar-- $2,200.00
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Built in 2011, no longer in production. Case included.

Other Guitars


Hammered Dulcimers

Michael Allen "Cloud Nine" Hammered Dulcimer -- $999.00
With case, books wrench and tuner.
Folkcraft Legend 15/16 -- $1,250.00
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Mahogany and walnut - like new w. stand and case.
Dusty Strings D600N -- $2,499.00
With case, legs, tri-stander and music stand.
Rizetta Hammered Dulcimer 11/10 -- $350.00
Photos: photo 1
Hammers and case included.
Folkcraft Legend 16/15 -- $949.00
Mahogany and walnut - like new w. stand and case.
Rizetta-design Chromatic dulcimer -- $650.00
Photos: photo 1
Built by a Sam Rizetta apprentice with Rizetta's design. 12/11 with additional high chromatics. No case or tuning wrench included.
J&K Hudson 16/16 Hammered Dulcimer -- $999.99
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Soft case, books and stand included.

Harps

1920's Clark Irish 31 Strings -- $3,700.00
With stand. Excellent condition for it's age (one of the best we've seen).
Folkcraft Highland "Senior" Harp -- $599.00
27-string harp w. stand and tuning wrench.
Dusty Strings Ravenna -- $1,895.00
Full levers with case, legs and stand.
Stoney End 29-string Harp "Lorraine" -- $1,700.00
Made in 2001. If new, $2,499.
Mike Saunders 30 string folk harp -- $400.00
Full levers and case included.
Clarsach harp -- $400.00
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Wire-strung, 24 strings, unknown maker. Tuning wrench & extra strings included.
Triplett Signature -- $3,100.00
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36-string harp. Strings replaced in September 2013 - great condition.
Soft case included.

Lap Dulcimers

Musical Traditions Lap Dulcimer -- $279.00
Gig bag included.
Jeffrey Johnson Lap Dulcimer -- $150.00
Made in 1993.
Jim Good 5-string Dulcimer -- $300.00
Photos: photo 1
w. case included.
Hungarian Dulcimer -- $495.00
Photos: photo 1
With soft case and instructional booklet.

Mandolins & related (octave mandolins, mandolas, bouzoukis, etc.) Click here for "Banjo-mandolins".

Bowl-back Mandolin by Vega -- $850.00
Boston, Mass. 1913 - serial number 30128. Gorgeous American-made instrument for the classical player. Back is rosewood ribs, spruce soundboard and mahogany neck with pearl dot inlays in ebony fretboard. Perfect shell inlay in tortoise pickguard, abolone rosette and engraved tailpiece. 13" scale, 1-1/8" nut width. Completely original, in a nearly flawless state of preservation at nearly 100 years old! Shows little evidence of use. Excellent action, set up with Martin light guage strings. Another exceptional example by this famed company, just a step in ornamentation also being offered at this time.60-day guarantee from luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability.
Gibson A-4 -- $2,000.00
Replaced bridge, pick guard and tuners. With case.
Gibson "A" Mandolin, 1918 -- $1,590.00
Serial number 40742. Natural top, simple "A" model with an excellent sound and great playability. Fully repaired, reconditioned, good looking and completely sound structurally. One top crack on treble side and several small holes from ill-advised pickguard installation fully repaired, mostly hidden by pickguard and nearly invisible. A fine specimen. Bridge and pickguard are authentic Gibson from other mandolins of the period, with modern clamp. Tuners and tailpiece are high quality reproductions of the missing originals. 90-day guarantee from luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability. Sold cosmetically as-is with nearly-new hardshell case.
Osborne Bowlback Mandolin -- $349.00
Description coming soon!
Bowl-back Mandolin, no label -- $340.00
American, maker unknown, ca 1925 - Attractice middle grade mandolin, solidly built and crack-free after about 90 years. Has been extensively reconditioned and upgraded with new rosewood fretboard, bone nut, ebony bridge, inlaid ebony pickguard (original was missing). Compensated bridge saddle for improved intonation. Nice, full tone. Completely refinished in lacquer (original varnish was beyond saving). Pretty rips of alternating woods - perfect for Renaissance re-enactment. Profesionally setup. 90-day guarantee from luthier-owner for structural integrity and playability. Sold cosmetically as-is.
1950 A-style Martin Mandolin -- $800.00
Hard shell case included.
Weymann Mando-lute -- $499.00
With hardshell case.
Bowl-back Mandolin -- $425.00
From the shop of A. Galiano.
"Supertone" labeled bowl-back Mandolin -- $1,250.00
By Washburn, ca. 1910. This beautiful instrument carries a Supertone label, a Sears brand. Sears contracted with various manufacturers to supply instruments. The design elements clearly reveal that it is made by Washburn, one of the pre-eminent American firms of the period. Exceptional back of 44 extraordinarily narrow rosewood ribs; mahogany neck, fine spruce top and skirt all fully bound in white; extravagantly pearl-inlaid tortoise pickguard, fingerboard, top purfling and rosette; engraved tailpiece and tuner cover plate - all in superb condition - make for a stunning appearance as well as wonderful tone. 12 - 7/8" scale, 1 3/32" nut width. One fine crack in bowl and small section of body binding and shell purfling repaired - good luck finding them! All original, perfect action, beautifully preserved in near-mind condition at around 100 years old! Guaranteed 60 days from luthier-owner. Includes rare orginal hard case, refurbished.
CF Martin Bowlback Mandolin -- $699.00
circa 1908.
Gibson F4, 1923 -- $6,300.00
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Excellent condition, all original, no pickguard. One owner (a professional musician), for the last 35 years or so. Very well cared for. Previous owner purchased it from Woody Simmons. Original case is functional, but well traveled - and covered in duct tape! Overall, a very fine example of an F4 from this period.

Ukuleles (for "Banjo-ukuleles" check out the click HERE!)

Baritone Ukulele, ca. 1955 -- $450.00
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Unmarked, high-quality instrument, very possibly Vega, but I cannot ascertain it with certainty. Appears to be indentical in every detail to Vega's Arthur Godfrey model. All mahogany body with rosewood fretboard and bridge. All solid woods; materials and construction superior to Harmony baritone ukes. Excellent condition. No damage, repairs, no issues, plays great! Original friction tuning pegs. Currently strung for low bottom string. COmes with nearly new, high quality hardshell case - a perfect fit and barely used - a $60 - $80 value. Ask to see it. Professionally set up and guaranteed 60 days for structural integrity and playability by luthier-owner. Sold cosmetically "as-is".
Harmony Soprano Ukulele w/Tropical Stencil Art -- $150.00
Photos: photo 1
Fine, collectable example of this charming, post-war commercial design. Stencil art with canoe & palm trees stencil art evokes the pleasures of summer relaxation. No decal or label. Solid woods (probably beech) with plastic fingerboard w/integrated frets and nut/string guide. New gig bag included.
-Harmony Soprano Ukulele w/Tropical Stencil Art -- $140.00
Photos: photo 1
Fine, collectable example of this charming, post-war commercial design. Stencil art with canoe & palm trees stencil art evokes the pleasures of summer relaxation. No decal or label. Solid woods (probably beech) with plastic fingerboard w/integrated frets and nut/string guide. (Original nut has been replaced). Exceptional condition, with one mismatched tuner knob (replacements occassionally become available) - one seam reglued - no touch-up work done. A great find for the uke collector! Sold cosmetically as-is.
Harmony Baritone Ukulele -- $270.00
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w. original chipboard case.
Wendell Hall "Redhead" Soprano Ukulele -- $275.00
Photos: photo 1
W. original canvas bag.
Harmony Soprano Ukulele w/Tropical Stencil Art -- $160.00
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Fine, collectable example of this charming, post-war (1950-60) commercial design. Deep blue with canoe & palm trees stencil art in white evokes the pleasures of summer relaxation. Harmony decal on headstock. Solid woods (probably beech) with plastic fingerboard w/integrated frets and nut/string guide. Excellent condition. No major repairs or structural issues. A few back seams may have been previously reglued. Minor touch-ups to white "binding" paint. 60-day structural guarantee from luthier-owner. With soft case.
Harmony Soprano Ukulele w/Tropical Stencil Art -- $225.00
Photos: photo 1
Fine, collectable example of this charming, post-war (1945-50) commercial design. Green with canoe & palm trees stencil art in white evokes the pleasures of summer relaxation. Solid hardwoods (probably beech) including fingerboard with brass frets and wooden friction pegs. 60-day structural guarantee from luthier-owner. With chipboard case.
Gretsch Soprano Ukulele ca. 1920 -- $495.00
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Early and rare! Very high quality, solid mahogany uke with rosewood fingerboard, pearl position markers. Block Gretsch logo on back of headstock may pre-date the "Gretsch American" logo embossed on ukes of the late 20s & 30s, let alone the gold circle decal of the 50s. Superior to their later ukes, with kerf linings (later omitted), better bracing & fine bindings. Comparable to Martin ukes of the era, with the same rare tuning pegs Martin used. All original, excellent condition and fine, clear tone. Older repairs to back and lower bass side rib with filler are proper, strong and stable. Professionally reconditioned and set-up.
60-day guarantee on structural integrity from luthier-owner. New hardshell case included.

Violins

We have a wide selection of consigned violins ranging in price from $500.00 to $1500.00. Our violin repair person Tad Marks is an expert in refurbishing used violins. Come in and try them out! Violins page


Chinese Instruments

Q'in Q'in
Python-skin -- $175.00

4-string Pipa with case (photo) -- $400.00
Sold As-Is -- No Returns

4-string Amoy Pipa with case (photo) -- $300.00
Sold As-Is -- No Returns

18-string (metal string) Zheng with case -- $1000.00
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Sold As-Is -- No Returns

21-string Zheng with case -- $2000.00
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Sold As-Is -- No Returns

16-string Chinese zither with case -- $300.00
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Sold As-Is -- No Returns

Call or e-mail us for more information on these consignment sales!


Miscellaneous Instruments

Archie Smith Psaltery -- $395.00
Comes with bow, string, dark rosin, tuning wrench and... Love? Curly African Mahogany top, walnut back and sides.
Roosebeck Rebec -- $379.00
Hard case included.
Hardwood Music - Tongue Drum - "Big Chorded" (Ben Harper Model) -- $959.00
Near-mint condition tongue drum by Michael Thiele. If new $1,195.
Australian didgeridoo -- $275.00
Hand-painted, new mouthpiece.
*new* Karl Kalbaugh Didgeridoo -- $160.00
Key of F.
Kemence - 3 string bowed fiddle -- $175.00
Includes case, bow and rosin.

Chinese Moon Lute -- $250.00
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Includes hard shell case.


Indian Instruments

Radha Krishna Sitar -- $959.00
"103 Professional" w. double toomba, instructional booklet, mizrabs and gig bag included.
Hiren Roy & Sons Sitar -- $2,600.00
Single owner, beautiful pro-level sitar. circa 1983 with hard shell case and second gourd.
Tanpura -- $400.00
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No description.
Sarod -- $1100.00
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Made in India, by Oriental Musikcraft of Germany. Professional quality, nice hardshell case included. If new, $1775.
Indian Serengi with case and bow -- $500.00
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Sold As-Is -- No Returns
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