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All guitars built at Restoration Music feature:

  • Hide glue construction throughout.
  • Traditional thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish, or french polish varnish. No catalyzed poly used.
  • EVO Gold fret wire.
  • Two way adjustable truss rod accessible through the sound hole.
  • Ebony fretboard and bridge.
  • Forward shifted scalloped bracing.
  • Galalith unslotted bridge pins.
  • Bone nut and bridge saddle.
  • Choice of wood (curly maple, snakewood, rosewood, etc.) or celluloid (ivory or tortoise) binding.


OM guitar

Madagascar Rosewood/ Adirondack Spruce.



      This guitar was completed in 2019 and features:

  • Brazilian Rosewood peghead overlay
  • herringbone purfling.
  • Waverly oval button tuners
  • Bone nut and saddle.
  • 1 11/16" nut width, 2 1/8" bridge string spacing.
  • nitro lacquer



    00 12 Fret guitar.

    Honduras Mahogany with crotch figure back.

Sides are straight grain Mahogany.


  • Red Spruce shaded top.
  • Herringbone trim.
  • 1 3/4 " nut width.
  • 2 5/16" bridge string spacing

Dreadnought guitar

Carpathian Spruce / East Indian Rosewood.



  • AAAA grade Carpathian spruce top.
  • Wild grain Indian Rosewood back.
  • Rope style purfling.
  • Curly maple body binding

1944 Gibson LG-2

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  • Honduran Mahogany back, sides, and top.
  • New maple bridgeplate, correct size.
  • All other internal bracing is solid and original.
  • Reproduction Brazilian Rosewood bridge.
  • Significant structural repairs to the bass side rib and back. All solidly rebuilt.
  • Replaced correct tuners with originals included.
  • Very thick "Louisville Slugger" neck.
  • Great tone and volume from this 75 year old war horse.
  • No extra charge for the lovely decoupage.









1918 Gibson F-4 mandolin

  • Original case, bridge  and tailpiece
  • Original Handel engraved tuners
  • Plays and sounds great.