Museum: Archtop Guitars

The Nashville-made Gibson 1963 ES-335 Block Reissue is the most faithful-to-the-original Block-neck 335 yet made by Gibson. The gu...
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Gibson’s L-30 was a small-body, flat-backed archtop that saw production throughout the 1930s. Although originally offered as a...
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Gibson’s ES-135 was built for a few years in the mid 1950’s. A dressed up version of the best-selling ES-125, the more expens...
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The classic Gretsch 6120, but in a distinctive and unique blue sunburst finish. This example is in perfect condition and has just...
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They don’t come better than this, folks. Here’s an under-the-bed special 1960 Gibson ES-330T, with rare original Lifton hards...
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A wonderful guitar, with expressive and forward 17” tone, fabulous looks, and meticulous craftsmanship, this Campellone is inspi...
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A meticulously crafted Japanese-made D’Aquisto New Yorker. The guitar features a 17” cutaway archtop body with multi-layered...
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A mint-condition Westerly-built Guild Starfire IV in cherry red. This era of Guild production is highly regarded for excellent fi...
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Gibson’s ES-125 is a perfect choice for blues and rockabilly players thanks to its neck-position hot P-90 pickup and full-depth...
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Serial # 491. The ViviTone company was founded in late 1933 by Lloyd Loar and a small handful of businessmen. ViviTone would ma...
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One of Epiphone’s most sought-after acoustic archtop models today was at one point among the company’s least expensive offerin...
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The full-hollow thinline Harmony Rocket features a 16” single-cutaway body, a single DeArmond GoldFoil pickup with volume and to...
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