Here are some special items at blow-out sale prices. Please check back as we refresh our stock! For more detailed information on all of our specials, go to our Reverb.com page. Please give us a call with any specific questions.

All of Glenwood Music’s pianos are pre-owned and Colorado-acclimated. This is crucial for reliability and playability in our unique dry climate. They have been meticulously maintained by one of the Western Slope’s premier technicians, and are kept in our climate-controlled showroom.

Come see and play these beautiful instruments for yourself, and feel free call us with any questions you might have. (Note our Summer Sale pricing with huge discounts!)

Model 200 “Senator”
Year: 1997
Size: 6’ 7”
Price: $39,000

This beautiful grand piano was made in Vienna, Austria (where less than 300 per year are made) of naturally air-dried spruce with a lustrous cherry finish. It has an an outstanding richness of tone and a legendary pure and brilliant sound. A treat for both the eyes and the ears. You really need to see and play this one in person. The bench pictured is included.


Model C5
Year:  1987
Size:   6’ 6”
Price: $17,900

This beautiful grand piano from Yamaha is a satisfying instrument to play, and would be a definite focal point in any room with it’s stately ebony polished finish. The C5 is considered one of the finest grand pianos in its class. This one has been well cared for since 1987 and features a responsive, balanced keyboard that delivers rich bass notes and defined highs. It is said that Yamaha pianos are not merely constructed, but brought to life. The precision and craftsmanship are evident in every square inch of this 6’ 6” masterpiece. The matching white and black bench is included. This remarkable piano is less than half the cost of buying a new C5.

Steinway “M”

Louis XV
East Indian Rosewood
Year:  1980
Size:    5′ 6″
Price: Was $36,900; SALE PRICE: $31,400!!!

Steinway pianos are legendary for good reason, and this one is no exception. According to pianist Bill Charlap, “The Steinway is the standard by which all other people’s pianos are judged.” This medium-sized model is historically one of Steinway’s most popular models for home use. The Model M’s rich tone, responsive action and manageable size makes it ideal for smaller, more intimate spaces. This beautiful piano is out of Steinway’s Crown Jewel Collection and features a rare, fine East Indian Rosewood veneer. The craftsmanship and detail in the woodwork is superb. Steinways appreciate in value by about four percent each year, making it a worthwhile investment. The matching bench is included. We had it marked at $36,900 and have lowered the price to $31,400 for our Summer Sale.


Model M Baby Grand
Year:   1951
Size:   5’ 2”
Price: Was $6,200; SALE PRICE: $5,850!!!

Baldwin has been making outstanding pianos for the past 150 years, and they’ve been played by some of the biggest names in music, like Aaron Copland, Liberace and Dave Brubeck. This American-made baby grand was built in 1951, but you wouldn’t know it to look at it. The beautiful mahogany finish looks as good as it did when it was new. It features a big, robust sound for a 5’ 2” piano, and provides smooth and responsive action for players of all levels. There’s something special about things that have withstood the test of time, and this baby grand from Baldwin’s Artist Series is a tremendous value. We originally had it priced at $6,200 but have reduced it to $5,850 for our Summer Sale.


Grand Piano
Year:   Circa 1903
Size:    6’ 2”
Price: Listed for $12,500; reduced to $6,500; NOW ONLY $4,650!!!

Here’s a piano that has a lot of stories to tell. Built in or around 1903, this rare and unique instrument has more than a century of music behind it. Knabe has been in the piano business since 1835, operating out of Baltimore, Maryland, and the company is steeped in history. Francis Scott Key commissioned a custom piano from Knabe in 1838. Knabe supplied the grand piano for Tchaikovsky’s appearance at the opening of Carnegie Hall in 1891. In 1926 Knabe was chosen to be the official piano of the New York Metropolitan Opera. Knabe pianos are handcrafted, and a limited number are made each year. It is said that each handmade Knabe has its own personality, and that when you play a Knabe, you can sense the difference. The rich tonal quality of the Knabe has been compared to the human singing voice. Knabe only uses woods, metals, glues and natural fabrics that are best suited for each particular purpose. Many of the early design concepts used in these older models are still used in today’s Knabe pianos. This 6′ 2″ grand was completely rebuilt in 1976 with new strings, pinblock and all action parts replaced, and it’s ready for the next century of play. We’ve had it priced at $6,500; now reduced to just $4,650 for our Summer Sale. Bench included. 

K. Kawai

Model KG-2C
Year:   1973
Size:    5’ 10”
Price: Was $6,900, SALE PRICE: $6,200!!

The KG-2C from Kawai features a rich, warm tonal clarity, tremendous sensitivity, and a stunning finish that simply glows. Just note the wood grain in the photos. The 5’ 10” size makes it a good choice if space is a consideration. If it were a car, you might think that it was only driven to church on Sundays because it’s in phenomenal condition for a 1973 model. Kawai has been committed to “the art and science of bringing music to life” for more than 90 years. Some say the KG series was the best line of grands ever made by Kawai. You really need to see and play this one in person. Originally priced at $6,900, we’ve lowered it to $6,200 for our Summer Sale.


Model: Acrosonic Upright
Year:    Circa 1961
Price:  Was $999; NOW ONLY $699!

Still Available

Our most affordable preowned piano is now an even better deal with $300 off for our end of summer sale, priced at only $699. The Acrosonic from Baldwin is one of the bestselling pianos of all time, and is a perfect choice for beginners and seasoned players alike. It’s also a great option if space or budget is a consideration. The Acrosonic was first introduced to the public in 1936, and this 1961 model features a sleek mid-century modern design, solid American craftsmanship, and includes the bench shown. The Acrosonic is said to be one of the finest spinet pianos ever built, using technologies not found in other uprights, like the drop-action rail guide which gives a more precise feel than other pianos of this style. Promoted as delivering “supreme sound,” the Acrosonic piano remains highly respected by piano teachers, technicians and musicians who still use them today. We encourage you to come see and play this classic for yourself.


Model P22 Studio
Year:  1982
Price: $3,499

From Yamaha’s Professional Collection, the P22 is an ideal piano for home, church or school. This 1982 model is beautifully finished in dark oak and features a built-in toe-block dolly frame with ball-bearing wheels for easy moving. It’s built with a sturdy design optimized for performance, longevity, responsive action and a powerful tone. The solid construction and stability means it will stay in tune and sound great for longer periods of time. It features a wide music rack which is ideal for students and accompanists. With dimensions of 45 x 60 x 24 inches, it will fit just about anywhere. The P22 is considered the quintessential upright piano, and is one of the world’s most popular and sought-after pianos. This is a tremendous value at less than half the cost of a new model.

Vinetto Legato (2000s)

Price:  $2,395

This terrific guitar was handbuilt by Vince Cunetto, famous for his work with Fender Custom Shop’s Relic Series of reissued guitars. In France they call him a “luthier d’exception.” Cunetto crafted these Vinettos from 2003 through the early 2010s, but health issues have slowed him down, so there aren’t many being made anymore, and not many used models for sale.

This take on the Telecaster features a front arm contour, two mini-humbuckers and a slant single coil Tele bridge pickup; a 5-position selector switch with volume and tone knobs and a 3-position varitone knob which provide a wide variety of rich tones. There are some micro-blems on the front of the guitar and a few dings on the back, especially around the edges, but Cunetto was known for aging and distressing guitars so it’s hard to say if these were intentional or accidental. There is one thru-finish chip on the front that can be seen in the last photo.

The 25” scale neck is in pristine condition, and there is minimal fret wear. It comes with a nice Fender plush hardshell case. 

Be sure to check out the linked YouTube video to hear one of these outstanding handcrafted guitars in action, and please contact us with any questions. 


Fender 1978 Telecaster Custom w/Original Case

Price: $2,495


It’s in remarkably good condition for a 41-year-old instrument; all major components are original and it’s been well cared for. There are a few minor surface scratches, scuffs and nicks, and some fret wear, but nothing major – it doesn’t appear to have suffered much in its five-decade run.

It has a single cutaway solid-body made of alder. It’s got the wide-range humbucker in the neck position, and a single-coil at the bridge, with volume and tone controls for each, and a 3-way selector toggle switch for dialing in the sound you want. Comfortable maple neck with a center stripe down the back, and a smooth playing maple fretboard, a 25 1/2-inch scale length, and string thru-body. The plush hard-shell red velvet-lined case is in great condition.

If you want a guitar that has stood the test of time that sounds great on a variety of playing styles, seriously consider this well-preserved Telecaster Custom.

Gibson 1965 Firebird III (non-reverse) w/Original Case

Price: $2,595


This vintage Firebird features mostly original equipment, but has been outfitted by its most recent owner with three new Seymour Duncan P-90 pickups made for vintage guitars like this one; three pickups give you tremendous versatility. It has been re-fretted, and the fretboard is in excellent condition. There is some normal wear and tear which is to be expected on a 54-year-old instrument, but it is solid, well set-up and plays like a dream. Classic sunburst finish with some checking and craquelure that gives it a nice patina and vintage appeal that collectors love. The original pickguard and truss rod cover are cracked at the screws but they’re stable.

This is an appreciating collectible that still has a lot of music in it, available at a more affordable price than its reverse-bodied Firebird cousin. Guitar Player magazine sums it up nicely when they say, “the non-reverse Firebirds of 1965–’69 are undeniably groovy instruments.” We couldn’t agree more.

Gibson 1989 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Guitar

Price: $3,650

This fine Gibson features a maple laminate body, solid 3-piece maple neck, solid ebony fingerboard, unique red thumbprint fingerboard inlays, 7-ply top binding, 5-ply back binding and bound soundholes. Original gold hardware: Gibson Schaller ‘Crank Winder’ tuners with tulip keys, Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, Tunematic bridge with inlaid ebony, Gibson 492R neck and 490T bridge humbucking pickups, twin volume, master tone and master volume controls, black barrel knobs, 3-way control switch, and 5-ply bound tortoiseshell pickguard. The original Gibson plush hardshell case is in remarkable condition.

This is a beautiful guitar that Chet would be proud of. It occupies a prime position in our showcase, but we’d love to see someone bring out its inherent character. After 30 years it’s still a Country Gentleman.

Gibson Custom Shop 2002 Non-Reverse Firebird Guitar w/Original Case

Price: $2,250 firm
Guitars like this one don’t come along very often. Not only does it look like it’s rarely been played; it looks like it’s hardly been out of the case. There’s not a scratch or ding on it. Short of building a time machine and traveling back to 2002 to buy it new, this is your best shot at getting a like-new, virtually unplayed custom Firebird.

Quoting from the included Certificate of Authenticity, this guitar “was handbuilt by Gibson’s Custom, Art & Historic Division, where highly skilled artisans are committed to carrying on the company’s century-old tradition of creating exquisite, investment-quality instruments. Like all Custom Shop instruments, this guitar boldly reflects the highest standards of imaginative design and masterful craftsmanship.” We couldn’t have said it better.

This particular model features a stunning variegated yellow/gold/orange “bowling ball” finish,  and coil tappable BurstBucker™ pickups that Gibson introduced in the early 1990s to recapture the vintage sound of their earliest original “Patent Applied For” humbuckers; according to Gibson, they “produce an airy, full tone, and when overdriven they achieve a magical distortion with the slightly enhanced highs that made the originals famous.” Beautiful all gold hardware completes this unique package. The original hardshell locking burgundy velvet-lined case is also in pristine condition, and all original documentation is included. According to Kendall, our resident guitar aficionado, “this guitar is sonically and visually awesome!”

This beauty is not likely to be around for long, so get in touch with us if you have any questions. We love talking about special guitars like this one.

Godin Multiac ACS-SA Nylon 2013

Rounded cutaway
Black gloss finish
Onboard preamp and MIDI controls
Multi-sensor MIDI pickup
14” lower bout
2-3/8″ body depth
25-1/2″ scale (648mm)
1-29/32″ nut
Cedar top
Chambered maple body
Bolt-on mahogany neck
Slotted headstock
Richlite fretboard
Rosewood bridge
Built in Canada
Original soft case

Price:  $899

The Godin ACS-SA nylon string guitar is an industry standard. It’s a great shape for people that are used to playing an electric guitar, while it can take classical players to a new level sonically. The chambered maple body with cedar top results in a guitar that can be played at high volume without feedback, thanks to the piezo-based bridge pickups and active onboard preamp that give the guitar a natural tone.

Acoustic Guitar magazine says that “Multiacs are designed to be versatile and sound great amplified,” and have “solid-body feel (with) classical attitude” (January 2013). The chambered body gives it more acoustic volume than a solid-body guitar, making it ideal for practicing unplugged, but it really comes alive when it’s plugged in and captures every nuance of your playing. The Acoustic Guitar review goes on to say that the ACS-SA has “an RMC Poly-Drive hexaphonic system with six individual saddles, each with a piezo-based pickup that gives you exceptionally accurate, low-latency note tracking.” The shallow body makes it an extremely comfortable and lightweight instrument to play.

This 2013 model is in superb condition and appears to have been used very little, with only a few small finish marks that are barely visible. The original protective film is still on all of the hardware plates, and the soft case is in like-new condition.

The electronic connectivity of the Multiac is remarkable, both for performing and recording. Be sure to watch the short 4-minute linked YouTube video from Godin that covers all the amazing features of this guitar: https://youtu.be/axjvAiuouYs. You can also find a number of other great demo videos on YouTube, but we could only include one.

Godin guitars are 100% North American “from forest to stage” and they “strive to honour the finest traditions of lutherie while continually refining (their) products through innovative design.”

If you’re looking to add some classical flare to your sound, along with state-of-the-art electronics, consider this beautiful Multiac ACS-SA.

The Weber Black Ice F-Style Mandolin

Price:  $3,999

Weber mandolins have a reputation for being among the finest traditional eight-stringed acoustic instruments being made today.

This stunning Black Ice F-style mandolin was handcrafted in Logan, Montana at Weber’s Sound to Earth schoolhouse shop alongside the Gallatin River in approximately 2011-2012 before the Weber craftspeople relocated to Bend, Oregon in 2013. It is signed and numbered by Bruce Weber who retired in 2016, which makes this a true collector’s item.

Weber designed the Black Ice series to be visually and sonically breathtaking…”dark and bold inside and out.” The translucent slate back and sides are something to behold. This traditional F-5 mandolin is based on Weber’s Yellowstone platform and features a double-stained back, neck and rim, and an opaque black top with ivoroid binding and a glossy nitro-cellulose lacquer finish. The AAA-grade highly flamed figured maple back, sides and neck join with the hand graduated and tuned red solid spruce top to deliver a bold sound with strong, clear and rich tone. 

The comfortable neck and radiused ebony fingerboard with nickel-silver frets and mother of pearl diamond inlays make this a very playable instrument; 14” scale length, 1 1/8” nut width, and dual-action/adjustable truss rod. The headstock is ivoroid-bound ebony with a shield and “The Weber” script both inlaid with mother of pearl. A cast “W” nickel-plated tailpiece, Grover tuners and traditional Brekke bridge complete the package. It comes with the original deluxe plush hardshell case (with a few small rips on the vinyl top that could be easily glued down if desired).

One review says the Black Ice mandolin has “a pretty warmth to its tone, and is quite responsive to a dynamic attack. It has headroom aplenty and plenty of volume when you want it, but remains expressive and full when played with more subtlety.” Be sure to watch the linked YouTube video overview of this extraordinary instrument to see it up close and hear it in action. https://youtu.be/QdwwEYMelow

As nice as it looks in pictures, it’s even more impressive in person. It’s in outstanding condition with only the slightest pick wear and polishing abrasion visible on the top (if the lighting is just right). You can own this amazing Bruce Weber Montana-made mandolin for thousands less than buying a new Bend, Oregon model. It would make a tremendous holiday gift for yourself or someone you love.

Gibson 1968 EB-0 Bass

There was a lot happening around the world and in music in 1968, the year this EB-0 rolled out of the factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan. This beautiful bass is in phenomenal condition for a 50+ year-old instrument. 

It’s been modified/upgraded with the addition of a mini-humbucker in the bridge position for added definition and tonal flexibility, and stacked volume and tone controls for each pickup. The original large “Sidewinder” humbucker in the neck position is known for its distinctive tone, deep low end and high output.

There are some minor finish blemishes, like some belt-buckle hazing on the back and surface nicks and scratches on the back of the neck and body (which are hard to detect in the photos), normal wear and tear really for a bass this age. The overall appearance of the cherry finish on the mahogany body and neck is strikingly good. Fret-wear is minimal. 

Kendall our resident guitar aficionado says it’s “a great player with powerful tone!” It includes a non-original plush hardshell case and boatloads of vintage vibe. Please contact us if you have any specific questions, or drop by to check it out in person.

Price: $1,295

Takamine Bass

Model:  TB10
Year:  2012
Price: $2.450


If you want the sound and feel of an upright bass at a fraction the size, the unique Takamine TB10 hybrid crossover bass guitar might be just what you’re looking for. Made in Takamine’s pro series facility, the TB10 acoustic-electric bass retains the 34” scale but the fretboard has the radius of an upright bass, which allows for bowing. It features a cutaway body shape and classic f-holes on a spruce top along with maple back and sides. The CoolTube electronics utilizes an on-board tube preamp (a brand new preamp was just installed) with bass and treble tones, a second input, blend control and a chromatic tuner. This is a beautifully crafted instrument that sounds great plugged in, plus it’s simpler to amplify and mix, and it’s a lot easier to transport. Comes with a rugged plush hardshell case that has some normal wear and tear on the exterior, but the inside is pristine, which is what really matters. The TB10 can be played on your lap like a regular bass guitar, or in the upright position using the included tail pin extension peg (note: there are no pegs for a strap). We love seeing it in our showcase, but we’d rather see it with someone who can make it sing.  We’ve priced it lower than anything we’ve seen online for this outstanding preowned bass, just $2,450.

Swart AST PRO Tube Amplifier w/Foot Switch

  • Deeper Cab w/Recessed Chassis for Protection
  • Chassis Elevated to accommodate Larger Speaker
  • Upgraded Celestion Alnico GOLD 1×12 speaker
  • Rear Panel w/Switchable External Out/In & Enlarged Port
  • Rear Panel includes Night Light Input
  • Dark Lacquer w/Dual Piping & contrasting Light Grill
  • Extra Large Rubber Feet for Vibration/Protection
  • Foot switch
  • Full warranty
  • 15 1/2″ W x 10 1/8″ D X 18 7/8″ H ~ Weight @ 31lbs.

Price: was $2,299; now reduced to just $1,999.99

Divided By 13 CCC 9/15 Tube Amplifier

  • Pre-owned
  • 9 Watts, 2 x 6V6, Class A
  • 15 Watts, 2 x EL84, Class AB1
  • Celestion Vintage G12H 1×12
  • Cathode Bias
  • Single Channel, Dual Modes
  • CH 1: V, T, B, MV
  • Push/Pull Mid/Gain Boost
  • Half Power Switch (9 Watts)
  • Tube Rectified (5AR4/GZ34)
  • Power Section: Mode 1: 2 x 6V6 GT
  • Power Section: Mode 2: 2 x EL84
  • Preamp: 12AX7s
  • 4, 8, 16 Ohm output
  • Head: 22W x 11.25H x 8D, 30Lbs.
  • Speaker Cabinet: 22W x 21.25H x 10.5D, 48Lbs.

Price: $1,999.00

Marshall 4×12 Speaker Cabinet – 1981

29.5” wide x 29.5” tall x 14” deep; 90.5 pounds

Price:  $950

This modified vintage Marshall cab has been upgraded with two Celestion G15T-75 speakers and two Celestion Vintage 30s for amazing tone and versatility, and we’ve upgraded the jack plate to stereo 8 om so you have the option of splitting the cabinet down the middle. There is some minor cosmetic wear and tear on this after 38 years but it is mechanically solid. It came in with the decal shown on the front, which you may easily remove if desired. Hear a similar setup in the linked YouTube video, and let us know if you have any questions. 


Mackie 3204-VLZ3 USB Mixer 

Price: $999.99


This is a brand new discontinued product from Mackie that carries a full manufacturer’s warranty, and it’s priced to move out to make room for new merchandise. The 32-channel Mackie 3204-VLZ3 provides VLZ3 low-noise, high-headroom technology with increased channel count and superior processing that’s ideal for live gigs. 28 XDR2 mic channels, each with 3-band, sweepable mid EQ, offer more clean and useable gain than the competition. Create great-sounding, professional mixes using dedicated channel and subgroup compression, dual RMFX+ effects processors and true 4-bus architecture. 

This unit is ideal for live sound mixing, churches, clubs, gymnasiums, banquet halls, conference rooms, boardrooms, multitrack studio and field recording, video post-production, multimedia applications, broadcast and more. Connect to your laptop to record the show, stream house music or use your favorite plug-in live using the built-in 4×2 USB interface. Control your sound, your mix, and record the whole show. Save big on this brand new unit. Includes dust cover, power cord and USB cable. Was $1,399; now just $999.99!

Gretsch Brooklyn 4-Piece Drum Kit (drums only*) 

Price: $2,399

[*This is a drums-only set; no cymbals, stands, pedals or hardware included unless otherwise noted.]

Gretsch has been making drums in the US since 1883, and the Brooklyn Series is hand-crafted in Gretsch’s Ridgeland, SC factory. They produce a distinct yet recognizable sound, featuring 6-ply North American maple/poplar shells that are slightly thicker than Gretsch’s USA Custom Drums, and have a 30-degree bearing edge. The Brooklyn uses 302 hoops which are inspired by early-’50s Gretsch hoops; the 3mm double-flanged hoops have a more open and ambient tone than Gretsch’s die-cast hoops, and are thicker and more rounded than vintage hoops so they’re easier on your sticks. 

The Brooklyn drums deliver classic tones that Gretsch describes as “full, punchy and warm.” Gretsch’s innovative techniques produce a new tonal characteristic that is “slightly more open and satisfyingly ambient,” according to the manufacturer’s description. One reviewer describes them as “classy high end drums” that have “a real authentic open jazzy feel” and one of “the vibiest drums around.”

The upgraded G-4000 series hammered 100% antique copper snare drum produces a distinct, dark and dry tone that really complements this kit. These hard to find snares can run $500 to $700 purchased separately.

The Remo drum heads are in excellent condition, and the Satin Mahogany finish has a beautiful warm glow. The bass drum in this set is outfitted with an aftermarket Bass Plate (MSRP $59.99) docking station which allows you to laterally adjust the striking point of the beater, and boosts frequency response at the low, mid and high ranges, giving you greater flexibility in customizing and improving your sound. It’s also great for double pedals. Come check out this beautiful kit.