The first guitar is a Dobro clone. It features a solid full size dreadnought maple body with cedar top, no plywood whatever.
The neck is solid ash with an art deco head and is square for lap playing. The tuners are Grover and the cone assembly comes from Stewart MacDonald.
The Shatten pickup feeds a 1/4" phone jack in the strap button.
This is a fabulous Resonator. You won't believe how wonderful a sound it makes. SOLD
Next is a headless bass. It is entirely hand cut from North Carolina black walnut with a African Wenge Wood neck.
The pickups are EMG and are absolutely outstanding in tone. The bass is resonant and feels alive in your hands.
The finish on the neck is Tongue oil so any scratches or nicks are easy to repair. The body is finished in Tongue oil and carnuba wax all hand rubbed.
People are really impressed when I play this one. It sounds fabulous.
The advantage of playing a headless bass you will discover after about an hour of playing. It does not tire you out.
It is being sold with it's hard shell case for $850 plus shipping.
The last one is a variegated green jazz guitar. It started out as a Ktone, but, has been entirely renovated.
I used the Ktone body as they are very solidly built with a heavy top and sides.
It features Grover Sta-tite traditional tuners, a heavy Art Deco tail piece, but the real changes are the electronics
The pickups are fat pat pickups with Gibson volume and tone controls,
and a push pull for the neck pickup to change your tone to light or heavy.
The frets are low profile for smooth action.
This guitar is made for jazz or blues. I'd recommend it for either.
If you like a hollow body, this is a good one.
I am selling it for $550 plus shipping.
[This message has been edited by Arns85GT (edited 03-20-2015).]