For Sale

Bradley Bar

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I have a Bradley that is almost new.  Got it at ResoGat in July this year.  I tried it a few time but just not what I was looking for.   The light brown you see on the bar is medical tape I place on all my bars to give a better grip.    Ask $40 plus shippping.

Reso-Knee for sale. Cypress and Mahogany with hipshot doubleshot

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I'm reluctantly selling my custom ordered Reso-Knee #4 . Bisected, figured Cypress knee top and back with Mahogany sides. EMG bass pickup, hipshot doubleshot with roller nut and locking tuners. Choice tiger maple hand carved cover plate, Fishman pickup and two outputs. All in a hand built custom heavy duty case.

I have it on consignment at a friend's shop and it is on reverb. If you follow the link here you will see a video of the builder doing a demo. These guitars sound amazing. 

Contact Jake  https://jakewildwood.blogspot.com/p/store-inventory.html?m=1

Cleaning Out the Gear Drawer...Again!

Hi Folks!

 

It's that time again!  I like to try new gear as much as the next guy, but after awhile I get tired of my stuffed "gear drawer".  So, here is what I have to offer:

 

1.  Miller Steel - SOLD - this steel was custom made for me by Steve Miller of Miller Slides.  He is no longer in business, so the only way to get one of these bars is to find a used one.  This is one of his "Heavy" models with the smallest holes drilled through for grip and weight reduction.  I used the steel exclusively for a while but it still looks like new.  I had the playing surface ground and polished by Jim Konrad when he was offering the service.  It glides over the strings and feels very nice in the hand.  It measures 2-3/4" long on the playing surface and 2-1/4" long on top along the finger groove and is 7/8" high.  It's stainless steel with unpolished sides.

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Hiscox Classical-M Case

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I am selling a Hiscox Lifelite “Pro II” guitar case that I bought a while back.  It is the 00/medium classical size (ivory exterior/silver interior), which based on the dimensions given on the Hiscox website, seemed to be the best fit for my L-body Appalachian and B & B resos.  The case did allow and nice snug fit for the bodies of both guitars and even with the squareneck in the neck cradle, the lid closed with very little, if any resistance.  I did, however, make a few modifications to make it the very best fit possible for my guitars.  I cut way some of the neck cradle on the body end to make a better fit for the thicker neck heel of a squareneck.  I tried to glue some of the material back to where I made the cuts to make it a little more aesthetically pleasing.  It’s not perfect, but not bad.

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