Museum: Archtop Guitars

Serial # X20601. The smaller-bodied fully-hollow National 1125 Dynamic is the kind of guitar that makes electric blues sound the...
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FON V4838-15. The ETG-150 was, essentially, a dressed-up tenor-necked version of Gibson's popular ES-125 electric archtop, and wa...
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Serial # 12063. Nothing short of spectacular, this Collings Eastside LC is enough of a guitar to make even a non-musician weak at...
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FON 832. This beautifully kept Gibson L-50 was brought to us by the niece of the guitar's original owner - a professional musician...
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Serial # 51099. The C1 was the least expensive of the 15" C series archtops built by Martin Guitars between 1931 and the onset o...
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FON 150C-14. The Gibson-built Recording King M-4 was produced for Montgomery Ward between 1937 and 1939. The model, originally ca...
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FON V7372-30. The Gibson L-48 was the company's most affordable post-war archtop, produced from 1946 into the late 1960's. The gui...
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Serial # 2695. The Cremona VII was Harmony's top-tier archtop, and offered between the mid 1930's and early 1950's. The instrument...
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Every time an instrument built by Oskar Graf arrives at the shop, everyone here falls back in awe of this master builder's workman...
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FON Z1974-13. Here's a guitar that was brought to us recently by the fellow who bought it new in 1952, when he was 11 years old....
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Serial #5498. With its hot DeArmond Dynasonic pickup, full-depth 16" archtop body and killer looks, this 6185 Electromatic is a Ro...
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Serial # 16525. It's hard to find fault with this Epiphone Zenith -- it's in remarkable condition, it's really good looking, and i...
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