1954 Martin D-18L with OHSC and Original Receipt!

This is a factory original left-handed 1954 Martin D-18(D-18L). It was owned
by the owner of a factory authorized Martin repair center for many years, and
was recently inspected and set-up by another owner of a factory authorized
Martin center for over 30 years.

This guitar is in EXC condition with no breaks, cracks, or repairs; how rare is that!
The only modifications are Grover P-98 tuners are on there now,
and it’s had a pro refret with slightly larger frets to make it easier to play.

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1963 Hammond B-3 / Leslie 122

Museum-quality all original Hammond B-3 from 1963, right when George Benson was playing with Jack McDuff. This B-3 has spent it’s entire life in 2 living rooms: mine and an elderly gentleman who I purchased it from many years ago. Has never, ever been on the road, and it shows! Paired with a rare Leslie 122RV from 1971 in EXC condition. If you want the real B-3 sound, you need a real B-3; there is no substitute! I realize this everytime I gig with my band!

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1976 Steinway B Concert Grand

I’ve been playing Steinways since I was 10 years old, having taken piano lessons from a student of Bartok who had 2 Steinway Model S Baby Grands in her living room. Then in college, I was playing on 6 different Steinways, ranging from a model M to the full 9′ Model D. There are pianos, and then there are Steinways; it’s that simple. This particular Model B has an outstanding tone, very musical without ever sounding harsh. The action is very forgiving but not too light; probably the best action of any Steinway I’ve played. EXC overall condition and a very nice example.

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