Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Martin’s first 12-string model to enter production was the D12-20. The first of these instruments were completed in the latter...
Read More
Gibson’s F-25 was designed to appeal to the folk musicians of the early 1960s. Similar to Martin’s New Yorker models, the F-2...
Read More
Martin’s D-18S is a wide neck 12-fret Dreadnought with a cavernous voice. There’s a significant increase in air volume in a 1...
Read More
A very fine sounding J-45 with a dark warmth and plenty of 50’s Gibson thump. Balanced and expressive, quite open and resonant,...
Read More
Here’s an under-the-bed-special. A left-handed 1981 Fender Stratocaster, complete with all of its factory hang tags and case doc...
Read More
Weighing in at a scant 7.2 lbs, this late 1970’s ash-bodied Strat is something of a unicorn amongst that era of Fender guitars....
Read More
This Harmony H-53 sports a cool looking vintage Bigsby tailpiece for some extra points. It’s in great shape, with frets that ar...
Read More
Harmony’s H-1310 “Brilliant” Cutaway was the company’s flagship acoustic archtop model throughout its 20 year production....
Read More
The Vox Phantom VI is thought of as one of the more iconic guitar models of the 1960’s ‘British Invasion’, even if it didn...
Read More
A powerful, throaty, and fat sounding J-45, with beautiful mid-range presence and plenty of support on either end of the spectrum....
Read More
Guild's D-25M was a staple of the line through the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s. The guitar features a spruce top stained dark, and a...
Read More
A heavily played but largely crack-free late-period Herringbone D-28 with exceptional tone, great looks, and perfect playability....
Read More
Join the Folkway Email list

Follow Us

The Latest

1964 Gibson ES-355. Stereo, Bigsby. This one wasn’t ready for this morning’s Gibson family portrait, but no reun… https://t.co/Z8wkyp3mFQ