Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of,” where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “Musical Instruments” and we’ve got loads of them.
There’s a great quote by poet Wystan Hugh Auden that goes, “Music, which can be made anywhere, is invisible and does not smell.” Whether you’re new to music-making or are an experienced musician, you’re sure to find a great deal on instruments across Krrb.
Upright Bass in Rialto, California
An upright bass so you can do your best acoustic of the Beastie Boys’ song “Paul Revere.”
Find it on Cynthia’s Corner. $1,000.
Colonial Tin Banjo in Brooklyn, New York
Earl Scruggs-it-up with a handmade tin banjo.
Find it on Great Plains Handmade Instruments’ Corner. $450.
Vintage Gibson Mandolin in New York, New York
A 1968 piece, you’ll be jamming like renown mandolinist Chris Thile of acoustic trio Nickel Creek and acoustic folk/bluegrass quintet the Punch Brothers in no time.
Find it on Sweet Danish’s Corner. $1,200.
Esteban Guitar in Denver, Colorado
Snatch up a bargain for this acoustic guitar signed by bolero hat-toting Esteban, the legendary flamenco/classical style guitarist.
Find it on Jenxx’s Corner. $65.
Clarinet in Versailles, France
Complete with case, this Selmer clarinet made by G. Leblanc needs just a little restoration love.
Find it on Denis’ Corner. $800.
Upright Yamaha Piano in New York, New York
This Yamaha Model T116 SE Upright Professional series piano was purchased new in 2006 and is still in great condition.
Find it on Amy R’s Corner. $2,500.
Cello in Brooklyn, New York
A full-sized German cello comes with bow and case.
Find it on Bobulate’s Corner. $1,350.