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For your convenience, please follow the links to view some of the musical instruments we have for sale at the Famous Old Time Music Company.  This is only a partial listing of instruments available.  Many of the items listed are not shown on this web but ARE on display in our store. 

If you see something you like and would like more information or are looking for a particular instrument, contact us at the Wapakoneta Store.  Phone:
419-568-1220     Email:  Click here.

Featured New, vintage and used instruments

Affordably priced beginner/learner instruments

Martin Guitars - 000-45 custom signed by CF Martin; Martin CEO
Fiddles -
Villaume Fiddle (carved headstock, inlaid scene on back)
Hammered dulcimers
- Dusty Strings (used); Rick Thum (new)
Mountain dulcimers -
McSpadden (used), North Country (1986 like new), TK O'Brien
Autoharps - more coming soon.
Engelhardt Upright bass fiddles -
1/2 and 3/4 size
Electric/Acoustic Basses - El Capitan II & Oscar Schmidt
Electric Guitars - Sheraton II, Epiphone Dot, Samick and Les Paul
Tenor Banjo -  Lyric       
Oscar Schmidt/21 chord/instrument bag & tuning wrench/on consignment for $350        

grass Banjo
Savannah SB80, priced at $199 (only one left)
Savannah SB100 priced at $219

Palantino with rosin, bow and case for as little as $110.
Guitar - Corbin
1/2 size for as little as $70.
3/4 size for as little as $80;
Full adult size $99 and up

Hammered Dulcimer
(Rick Thum brand 11/12) with hammers, playing leg & case for as little as $265; 

CA100 models priced at $70.
Mountain Dulcimer
Gardner dulcimers starting at $199   ... and some fine dulcimers on consignment;

For the latest information on beginner instruments,
click here.



Join David.  Let your search for that next musical instrument lead you to Famous Old Time Music Company, the
Tri-State's Acoustic Music Emporium.


This is David Gunter with his new KM 1000
from FOTMC standing next to a picture
of his hero Bill Monroe.


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Updated:  01/04/2012