Tama 3558 (Circa mid-1970s) $600

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In the classic film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the two title characters, harried by a super-posse that is intent on killing them, ride over an expense of bare slickrock where they are certain they will leave no tracks. But after only a short pause, the posse appears in the distance, unerringly following the outlaws’ trail, which prompts a disgusted Butch to grumble, “I couldn’t do that. Could you do that? How can they do that? Who are those guys?” That’s exactly how we feel when we first played this great dreadnought. Constructed of Jacaranda back and sides with a spruce top, the guitar emits the kind of mature, full-bodied tones you would expect from a much more expensive instrument. How we are able to offer a guitar that sounds so refined and plays so easily for such a reasonable price is a question that might inspire you to ask, “Who are those guys?” (The simple answer is that we want to see this fine instrument in the hands of a player who will appreciate its dulcet tones.) One cleated top crack and two fairly small top dings (as always, see photos). Ships in a non-original hardshell case. $600

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In the classic film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the two title characters, harried by a super-posse that is intent on killing them, ride over an expense of bare slickrock where they are certain they will leave no tracks. But after only a short pause, the posse appears in the distance, unerringly following the outlaws’ trail, which prompts a disgusted Butch to grumble, “I couldn’t do that. Could you do that? How can they do that? Who are those guys?” That’s exactly how we feel when we first played this great dreadnought. Constructed of Jacaranda back and sides with a spruce top, the guitar emits the kind of mature, full-bodied tones you would expect from a much more expensive instrument. How we are able to offer a guitar that sounds so refined and plays so easily for such a reasonable price is a question that might inspire you to ask, “Who are those guys?” (The simple answer is that we want to see this fine instrument in the hands of a player who will appreciate its dulcet tones.) One cleated top crack and two fairly small top dings (as always, see photos). Ships in a non-original hardshell case. $600