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  • BR-341 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-341 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    Developed in the spirit of creativity and prosperity that was felt in America after the turn of the century and from the aftermath of the Great San Francisco Quake of 1906, Saga musical instruments remembers the past by introducing the New Blueridge BR-341 Historic Earthquake Series Parlor-style guitars. Developed from exceptional instrument examples from that time period and clearly proves that quality can stand the test of time. Over 100 years later, those early parlor instruments still continue to be the best sounding and highest valued collectables on the market today.
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    BR-341 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-341 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    Developed in the spirit of creativity and prosperity that was felt in America after the turn of the century and from the aftermath of the Great San Francisco Quake of 1906, Saga musical instruments remembers the past by introducing the New Blueridge BR-341 Historic Earthquake Series Parlor-style guitars. Developed from exceptional instrument examples from that time period and clearly proves that quality can stand the test of time. Over 100 years later, those early parlor instruments still continue to be the best sounding and highest valued collectables on the market today.
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  • BR-361 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-361 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    Made with the professional player and instrument aficionado in mind, the new BR-361 Parlor-style guitar has features that distinguish themselves visually and tonally from anything else on the market today. For example, each BR-361 includes a solid select Sitka spruce top and solid East Indian rosewood for the back, sides, and body binding. This combination of choice materials and quality workmanship assures for a deep, rich tone and a look well beyond its price tag.
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    BR-361 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-361 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    Made with the professional player and instrument aficionado in mind, the new BR-361 Parlor-style guitar has features that distinguish themselves visually and tonally from anything else on the market today. For example, each BR-361 includes a solid select Sitka spruce top and solid East Indian rosewood for the back, sides, and body binding. This combination of choice materials and quality workmanship assures for a deep, rich tone and a look well beyond its price tag.
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  • BR-371 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-371 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    AUD $1,995.00AUD $1,999.00
    The BR-371 is based on the classic parlor guitars built in the early 20th Century when guitars were indeed played by ladies and gentlemen. Only the finest materials are used in the construction of this remarkable guitar. Select, solid Indian rosewood was chosen for the back and sides while the top is made of Select Solid Sitka spruce. Stunning, hand-inlaid strips of precisely-cut abalone shell outline the entire top and circle the sound-hole rosette. The grained ivoroid buttons on the tuning machines match the body binding on the body and neck. Rare, dense black Ebony is used for the bridge and fingerboard. The smaller body size makes this instrument ideal for travel!
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    BR-371 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    BR-371 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    The BR-371 is based on the classic parlor guitars built in the early 20th Century when guitars were indeed played by ladies and gentlemen. Only the finest materials are used in the construction of this remarkable guitar. Select, solid Indian rosewood was chosen for the back and sides while the top is made of Select Solid Sitka spruce. Stunning, hand-inlaid strips of precisely-cut abalone shell outline the entire top and circle the sound-hole rosette. The grained ivoroid buttons on the tuning machines match the body binding on the body and neck. Rare, dense black Ebony is used for the bridge and fingerboard. The smaller body size makes this instrument ideal for travel!
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    BR-371 Historic Series Parlor Guitar

    AUD $1,995.00 AUD $1,999.00
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  • Eastman parlour guitar sunburst

    Eastman parlour guitar sunburst

    AUD $1,999.00
    Although small by modern standards, this was the normal sized instrument in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Guitars were considered a parlor instrument, that is, to be played in small rooms for small groups of people. Don’t let their diminutive size fool you though. With the extra mass of a pyramid bridge moved to the widest point on the lower bout, this slotted headstock 12 fret guitar can fill more than a parlor with its huge sound.
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    Eastman parlour guitar sunburst

    Eastman parlour guitar sunburst

    Although small by modern standards, this was the normal sized instrument in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Guitars were considered a parlor instrument, that is, to be played in small rooms for small groups of people. Don’t let their diminutive size fool you though. With the extra mass of a pyramid bridge moved to the widest point on the lower bout, this slotted headstock 12 fret guitar can fill more than a parlor with its huge sound.
    AUD $1,999.00

    Eastman parlour guitar sunburst

    AUD $1,999.00
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Guitar Gallery is an acoustic instrument store at 38 Johnston St, Fitzroy, Vic 3065. Gerry Hale owns the store and all staff are musicians who know the instruments stocked and can probably play them for you. We source the most affordable instruments for beginners as well as remarkable instruments of every kind for the professional player.

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