Museum: Electric Guitars

Serial # CL7255. A positively gorgeous solidbody, the CL features a highly figured maple top, one-piece Honduran mahogany body wi...
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The Faded Cherry Collings I-35 LC might just be the best thing that’s happened to semi-hollow electrics in the last 50 years. C...
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Serial # 1959. The Fender Custom Shop Heavy Relic 1954 Stratocaster was issued in commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of this i...
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18 inches of some of the most inspiring Jazz tone in you'll find in Canada. This D'Angelico New Yorker is a wonderful sounding in...
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Introduced in 1956, the Musicmaster was designed to appeal to beginner players and featured a short 22.5” scale, 1.5” nut widt...
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It would likely be tough to find a 1963 or ’64 Fender Esquire that’s much nicer than this one. From finish to frets this guit...
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The H53 Harmony Rocket is always a shop favourite when we have one. With its fully-holly single-cut body, hot DeArmond pickup and...
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A fun, lightweight guitar with a heavenly neck carve, this ’61 Gibson Melody Maker is a perfect players’ choice. The guitar i...
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Serial # 530144, pots dated to 1973, neck date is fairly hard to read, but looks like '73. A lightweight, ash-bodied, maple-neck...
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Here’s a really clean two pickup Harmony H-54 Rocket that’s been hot-rodded with better Kluson deluxe tuners, a TonePros bridg...
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Here’s a guitar that’s got all of Folkway’s staff on the same page. This gorgeous X-160SB is an incredible sounding guitar...
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The Fender Custom Shop NOS Nocaster is a faithful reproduction of one of the most iconic electric models in guitar history. The g...
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