Museum: Archtop Guitars

Collings’ Eastside LC is a full-hollow mid-depth single-cut archtop made for the professional Jazz guitarist. An exceptional so...
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The Harmony H62 is something of a cult classic among jump blues guitarists and is popular with rockabilly players as well. The gu...
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Finding a near-mint condition Gretsch Country Gentleman like this 1976 model is exciting enough, but add to the package an origina...
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The Collings AT-17 represents the apex of Bill Collings’ craftsmanship in lutherie. A giant among builders, Bill is famous for...
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A go-to guitar for the blues, jump-blues, and rockabilly set, Gibson’s 1950’s ES-125 packs a lot of sonic punch into a tighter...
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Gibson’s L-3 was offered through the early 20’s century up until sometime in the early 1930’s, and was the company’s most...
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Bryant Trenier’s Motif Model round-hole acoustic archtop was designed to appeal to fingerstyle players and has the warmth and li...
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A Custom-appointed Collings SoCo Deluxe with Lollar P-90 pickups, carved figured maple top, tobacco sunburst lacquer finish, and a...
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