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This particular Doc Watson model, #3800, is the first of the serial numbers in Murfreesboro shop. We carefully selected the Sitka Spruce top for its characteristics and it proved to be a good choice. With voiced bracing and African mahogany this guitar is a players dream. The price for this particular Doc Watson is $5,000.
The new G-60 is an addition to the Gallagher family of guitars. Only five G-60 guitars were built in the early days of Gallagher before it was discontinued. We have brought it back with a new design with a natural, earthy appearance with the wood binding and rosette.
This guitar looks and sounds amazing! Smaller body size (auditorium or OO size) but with a big, full sound. The Ragtime has been Gallagher’s best selling small body guitar since its inception in 1978.
Much like the G-70 Slotted, This Doc was started in Wartrace and completed in the new shop which makes it a truly unique guitar. It comes with the Gallagher & Son branding on the back brace and the new Gallagher label inside the soundhole.
Doc Watson Signature, 3803
The Doc Signature is by far one of the most beautiful Gallagher Guitars. The flamed maple binding and Peruvian Mahogany set it apart. Doc’s signature adorns the 12th fret. It some with 1 3/4″ neck with jumbo frets. It’s the same guitar as the classic Doc Watson model but with some added appointments!
G-70 12 String
No Longer Available: Found a new home in Harper, TX on 3/20/2020.
This 12 string featured beautiful, rich East Indian Rosewood and Sitka Spruce. As you might expect, she had great projection with full mids and bright highs with a solid bass to balance her out. She is joining her older sibling G-70.
No Longer Available: Found a new home in Los Angeles, California 5/8/2020. Doc Watson with Honduran mahogany. Rings like a bell.
G-70 Satin Finish
No Longer Available: Found a new home in nearby Bell Buckle, 2/2020.
This G-70 was finished with a satin finish. Whether it was the our use of water-based, satin finish, the wood choices, the voiced bracing or all of the different elements, this guitar was a favorite of everyone who played it. So happy that it has a home with Matthew now.
No Longer Available: Walnut back & sides, tortoise shell binding, simple and clean tortoise rosette, and a clear pick guard. Found a home in Virginia, 6/18/2020
Doc Watson – Used
No Longer Available: Found a new home in Memphis, TN on 3/8/2020.
This Doc Watson was built in 1976. It has just gone through a complete restoration due to the top needing to be replaced. We found a Sitka Spruce top which already had some age on it and with the mahogany it creates a wonderfully bright, full sound.
No Longer Available: Found a new home in Decatur, GA on 3/11/2020.
This G-70 first sold from the Gallagher shop in 2000. It is in wonderful condition and with a new set up, it is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner.