Museum: Other Acoustic Guitars

Serial # 1885. The Style A was Lyon & Healy's most ornate and most expensive offering in their Washburn guitar line during the ea...
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Serial # 31779. The Maurer 562 was a lavishly appointed 'standard' sized guitar, second only to the model 585 in trimmings. The...
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Meticulously thought out and above-and-beyond aesthetic considerations were given to this Quebec-made classical guitar by Bruand....
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A professional-level concert classical guitar of the highest order, this de Jonge features quartersawn rosewood with mahogany-lami...
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Sergei de Jonge is something of a hallmark in the Canadian luthiery world, having built some of the finest concert-grade classical...
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This 14-fret H model marries the high-level craftsmanship that Santa Cruz is famous for with the blueprint that Gibson drew up for...
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Regal was commissioned to build instruments by many of the distributors, wholesalers and retailers of the between-the-wars years....
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Serial # B3191. Surely one of the coolest looking Nationals out there, this late 1930's Trojan is a far cry from the earlier (and...
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Among the finest builders you’ve likely never heard of, Chuck Merrill spends his time building guitars between timber framing jo...
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The Wee Lowden (the WL in the model name) is the smallest body size offered by Lowden guitars. The guitar measures a scant 13-3/1...
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Built by Harmony in 1938, the Hawaiian Harmolin features a unique string bending mechanism that allows the player to affect the pi...
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Serial # 1749. One of the classiest vintage guitars you're likely to encounter. From the pearl-button hand-engraved Waverly tuners...
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