ELECTRIC ACOUSTIC MANDOLIN UKULELE
“World’s finest lefty guitars from the authority on left hand guitars.”
We have a huge assortment of (new-used-vintage) electric, acoustic and mandolins for sale. They are in stock and ready for immediate shipment. All instruments are separated into 17 pages. They are in “alphabetical order by manufacturer” with comments from Jerry. For more details or to purchase, please go to Legend or call number at bottom.
How to buy a guitar = Please call Jerry.
Payment Methods =
Florida Sales Tax = Sales Tax is added to your purchase if you live in Florida.
Shipping rates per guitar = $29 in continental USA. Call for shipping rates to Alaska, Hawaii and worldwide.
Page Color Off White = For Sale Directory (prices), About, Contact & Links, and all Video pages.
Page Color Light Lavendar = Electric Guitar Specs.
Page Color Light Copper = Acoustic Guitar Specs.
Page Color Light Green = Sold Photo Reference pages (for reference only).
View photos, specs and comments.
view photos on flickr.com. Best viewing on all devises.
view photos on photobucket.com. Best viewed on a desktop computer.
view specifications and details on manufacturer's and other websites.
watch Jerry's video recorded in the shop.
watch video on youtube.com or vimeo.com.
view more information on other websites
FAQ = Frequently Asked Questions
H = Humbucker
LT M = Lightweight with Mastery Bridge & Vibrato
Ltd Ed = Limited Edition
N/A = Information Not Available
NOS = New old stock
S or SC = Single Coil
Specs = Specifications
Strat = Stratocaster
Tele = Telecaster
Trans = Transparent
List or Suggested Retail = Manufacturer’s List Price.
MAP = Minimum Advertised Price.
Street = What you can actually buy a guitar for, usually same as MAP, but not always.
ON HOLD or ON LAYAWAY = Customer wants to purchase guitar and is arranging for payment.
CONDITION NUMBERS for used guitars 10=new, 0=ashes
Do you stock right hand guitars? No.
What is a vintage guitar? 30 or more years old.
What is a resonator or resophonic guitar? Acoustic guitar that creates sound through the bridge, instead of the sounding board.
What is a vibrato? Change of pitch.
What is a tremolo? Change of volume.
What is a mandola? Large mandolin. It is to the mandolin what the viola is to the violin.
What is a mandocaster? Electric mandolin. Comes in many forms.
What is a mandocello? Plucked string, baritone of the mandolin family. Larger than the mandolin.
PRS Paul Reed Smith