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Jeroen Hilhorst

Jeroen Hilhorst classical concert guitars are made with an innovative approach. They have the rare combination of a beautiful tone with a very powerful sound. Jeroen Hilhorst constructs his guitars as perfectly as possible. This way he makes only six very high quality instruments in a year

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Cross Guitars

Handbuilt acoustic, resonator and electric guitars. Cross Guitars is a registered trademark resulting from a life of love for music, religion, and musical instrument making. The shop is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachias where one still takes pride in good handwork and patience. Related Item: Roundup of the top Acoustic Guitars currently available

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Rocky Mountain Slides

From the Rocky Moutains of Colorado comes a family of Hand Crafted Guitar Slides like no other! In a process that took 3 1/2 years to create, these slides have a TONE all their own! Although made from ceramic composit material, they range in tone from a thick glass slide thru brass and aluminum, all

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Pickard Acoustics

Pickard Acoustics offers a range of handbuilt steel-strung guitars, and mandolin family instruments, all featuring a unique bracing system which produces a bright tone and even response. Each instrument is built using solid wood construction and employing a variety of tone-woods and spruce tops. Six-string guitars are available in three basic sizes (small, medium and

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Harry Joyce

Harry Joyce hand builds 30, 50, and 100 watt amps to British Military Spec. These amps are BIG sounding but articulate with warm grind and crunch. Check out the site and find out all about Harry and his awesome amps.

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Travis Bean

Travis Bean used to make excellent guitars and basses, unfortunately he passed away on the 10th of July, 2011. We have left this page here as a tribute and so you can discuss the excellent instruments Travis used to make.

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