*SOLD* Used Guitars - These guitars are no longer available for sale, many of them were sold as a commission sale. You can part-ex your old guitar with Eagle, we can also sell your guitar on a commission basis.
Beautifully made classical guitar from renowned English Classical guitar maker Michael Gee. This particular guitar (once owned by top Yorkshire born guitarist Cheryl Grice Waterson) was made in 1985 and features a Solid Spruce Top, Brazilian Rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard. There's nothing like the sound of nearly 40 year old Brazilian Rosewood! Supplied in a UK made Hiscox hard case. Commission Sale
**Excellent condition with no fret wear!** The Yamaha LS16ARE features all-solid Rosewood back and sides with hand-selected premium Engelmann Spruce forming the top. A newly designed bracing pattern and the acclaimed A.R.E. treatment creates a rich, warm, open resonance whilst still offering excellent tonal balance. In addition, a new comfortable neck profile and the Yamaha Zero-Impact SRT pickup ensure a stress-free performance. Fitted with upgraded Grover geared tuners with black wooden buttons. Includes semi rigid case - Commission Sale
Quality electro classical guitar from top spanich luthiers Prudensio Saez. This guitar features a solid German spruce top with a stunning cocobolo back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard. 48mm nut width so fairly narrow for a classical. Its more of a hybrid guitar. Features a Fishman classical preamp and pickup system. Supplied in a quality Cibeles carbon fibre hard case. Commission Sale
**Excellent Used Condition** Epiphone Joe Pass Emperor 2 Pro Signature Model. Wonderful sounds, from a guitar with value and quality hard to beat! The combination of the maple used and the standard pickups, deliver those liquid tones to die for!Includes hard case. See below for specs. Commission Sale
This Epiphone Byron from 1949 features a solid spruce top with back and side laminate mahogany. It's been previously owned and looked after by a professional luthier who kept this over-70-year-old archtop guitar in really nice condition for its age. It features a nice vintage sunburst finish beautifully contrasted with a thick cream binding. Set up with a very low action, this vintage-looking Byron plays superbly and offers a one-of-a-kind warm tone. It has the usual scratches at the back expected from an instrument of that age. On commission sale in very good condition and fitted with new strings.
This Gibson TG-0 Tenor Guitar from 1964 is an all solid mahogany tenor guitar. Playing and sounding as good ever, it has been loved and kept in great shape by its previous owner, a retired professional luthier. Currently strung and tuned in Irish Tuning (GDAE), this tenor guitar can also be set up for Chicago (DGBE) or Jazz (CGDA) tuning. On commission sale in excellent condition for its age.
This handmade Eastman AC-530-12 12 String Guitar features a solid Englemann Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides in a jumbo format, providing a rich, well-balanced and powerful tone with plenty of sustain. Despite a few minor dents and scratches, it is in very good condition and plays effortlessly with a low action. On commission sale.
This Wyre River JWS 001 Tenor Guitar comes with a Hard Case. It was handmade by Steve Preston (see video) in Bispham (Lancashire, UK). Previously owned by a professional luthier, it's been well looked after and plays really well. This tenor guitar features solid Mahogany back and sides with a solid Spruce top. Currently strung for Irish tuning (DGAE), it can be set up for Chicago tuning (DGBE) or Jazz(CGDA). Commission sale in very good condition.
The iconic National Style 'O' Resonator Guitar, sold as a commission sale, barely played and still as new. It features a brass body polished to a mirror-like shine, plated in nickel, and finally etched with that original famous scene depicting the Hawaiian scenery. It sounds just like you would imagine, bold and elegant. A timeless classic in pristine condition. Comes with a hard case, sets of spare D'addario phosphor bronze strings, a blue glass bottle neck, a clip on tuner, 4 sets of D'addario EJ17 strings, National stickers, National care cloth and original purchase paperwork.
Lovely Korean made Crafter Moonlight 30th anniversary electro acoustic guitar. Features a solid Engleman spruce top and an Indian rosewood back and sides with a full cycle moon story round the sound hole rosette and mountain design on the fingerboard. Electrics provided by LR Baggs and an overall gloss finish. This guitar is immaculate and has been well looked after. Supplied in a quality padded gig bag. Commission sale.
1970's Jedson Lap Steel ...This is the same instrument as used by Dave Gilmour during the 1974-’75 tour and on the songs “One of These Days” and “High Hopes”.
This 1970's Jedson Lap Steel Guitar is in superb condition. It has 2 single coil pick-ups, tone & volume controls and a printed Aluminum fret board. It is finished in the Classic Fender style Blonde and comes complete with 3 extendable and detachable legs and its original case which is also in very good clean condition. These instruments were a vague copy of the Fender string master lap steels and emerged as a great steel guitar in their own right. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own an even rarer instrument.
Unlike the standard Gibson Jumbo the Gibson CJ-165 has a smaller body and a comfortable 24-3/4" scale, and as such is suited to the player who prefers a smaller bodied acoustic. The Gibson CJ-165 is designed to rest comfortably on the knee of the smaller player. Don't be fooled by its smaller size though, this in no way compromises on the quality of its tone.
Build features on this stunning little guitar include a solid premium Sitka spruce top that provides full-bodied resonance. This is further enhanced by the attractive AAA Maple back and sides with 1930's style body bracing. The sunburst top has 4-ply binding, a bound Rosewood fret board with Mother-of-pearl split parallelogram inlays, an Abalone rosette, and mother-of-pearl headstock inlays, all of which make for a very attractive instrument. The tuners are chrome plated mini Grovers. Fitted with an active pickup this guitar is ready to gig. This guitar is in mint conditon and is supplied with a hard case.
Gibson Les Paul 1960 "Classic". This guitar is one of Gibson’s “Classic” re-issue guitars that were introduced by Gibson in 1997. Finished in “Classic” Cherry Sunburst this instrument is in extremely good condition with very few signs of wear. Fitted with genuine Gibson “Deluxe” tuners and “Classic” 490T & 500T pickups both of which are in keeping with the period this guitar represents. The serial number dates this particular guitar to 2002.
Supplied with Gibson “Snake Skin” hard case.
Serial No. 021319
Ever fallen in love? you may well do so with this great retro 1970's guitar. Manufactured in Japan in the 1970's the Satellite "Les Paul" has attained legendary status amongst a certain guitar players having once been the guitar of choice for many a Punk/Garage outfit in the latter part of the 1970’s due in part to it’s affordability but mainly to it's anti-prog rock guitar hero image at the time. This particular Satellite guitar is very well made and is deceivingly light for a Les Paul style guitar. It has benefited from extensive renovation and a complete set up in our workshop and is now in good clean condition as well as being very playable. This guitar has a lot of resonance when played un-plugged but once hooked up sounds amazing especially on cleaner settings but still rocks with the best when played dirty. A point worth mentioning is that this guitar has been retro-fitted with genuine Gibson machine heads which in its self is testimony to the worthy status of this rare vintage guitar.
This model is a special signature model Serial No. 511 with Gold Plated Hardware. Hand Built in Los angeles, USA ...The Ben Harper Signature model is considered to be the ultimate modern-day lap steel guitar and has drawn the same, if not more impressive accolades than the first Asher Ben Harper Limited Edition Series. With a new spin on sound, style, components and tone, players from around the world are raving about its features.
Many consider the Taylor 514C the ultimate finger picker’s guitar. This “Mint” condition gloss finished guitar has a striking Western Cedar top and Abalone inlaid sound hole. The back and sides of this beautiful instrument are solid tropical mahogany; Renowned for its exceptionally warm and articulate tones it has established itself among the tone wood elite. The fret board is Blackest Ebony with engraved diamond shaped Mother of Pearl position markers. and the Grover machine heads gold plated. The serial number on this guitar dates it to 1997. The guitar is supplied with Taylor hard case.
The D15S is built to the original 12 fret, slotted headstock "Dreadnought" Design and is solid mahogany throughout. The serial number on this guitar dates it to 2006 and it is in unmarked but "played in" condition. It is widely believed (and true in the case of this guitar) that the bigger body cavity of these 12 fret instruments dramatically increases bass response and volume.
This instrument retails for £1079 new.
Supplied complete with a traditional style Martin hard case.
This Taylor 315CE is described by Taylor as a "six-string Jumbo acoustic/electric guitar" is in near mint condition. Constructed in 2002 it is of “all solid” construction with a Sitka Spruce top and Sapele back and sides. Fitted with the superb Fishman Prefix preamp this guitar is ready to gig. A Taylor hard case is supplied with this guitar.
Presented in absolute "mint" condition this customized '50s-style Telecaster guitar—designed by Custom shop Master Builder Chris Fleming—has it all! This guitar was conceived in response to the growing demand for an off the peg custom guitar and created with a "dream list" of specs.
Special features include a soft V-shaped neck, custom pickups with four-way switching. The knurled chrome volume pot doubles as a series/parallel switch. With the pickup selector in the neck position and the series/parallel switch engaged the guitar is in the classic "out of Phase" mode as used by James Burton on the guitar riff to Suspicious minds. The guitar is topped off with a "Custom Shop Designed" neck plate. Supplied with deluxe padded gig bag.
This mint condition Fender 62 Re-issue Custom, 3 Tone Sunburst Rosewood neck Telecaster guitar has been greatly enhanced with the fitting of genuine Fender USA 51 "No-Caster" pickups and Fender USA switch plate, knobs and electronics. A sturdy hard case is supplied with this guitar.
A great sounding semi acoustic Jazzer from the renowned instrument manufacturer Ibanez. Finished in vintage sunburst it is in very good condition. Electronics include a Single humbucking pickup in the neck position and individual tone/volume controls. The model number of this particular guitar is: AEJ70-VS-OP-01