Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Here’s a looker, huh? The Kay Model 6150 ‘Super Auditorium’ is a 15.5” small jumbo guitar with a whole lot of cherry sunburst, an...
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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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A lovely example of the mid 1960’s B-25 model. Gibson renamed the LG-2 the B-25 for 1962 for reasons unknown to us here. Perhaps...
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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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No FON. The banner Gibson models built with maple back and sides have an entirely unique voice amongst flattops. Like the best of...
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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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Yamaha’s hand-built guitars from the early 1970’s are concert-grade instruments, made with the finest materials and excellent craf...
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Ludwig’s Kingston Tenor banjo featured a two piece walnut neck with bound ebony 19 fret fingerboard, 23” scale, ‘High Pressure Met...
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Serial # 98932. It’s no secret that we’re big fans of smaller-bodied mahogany guitars here at Folkway, so we’re naturally pretty...
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Built at the end of the first World War 99 years ago, this L-1 has aged well and remains a viable, playable, and wonderful guitar....
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Serial # A-16593, FON Y6846. Gibson’s J-185 is widely considered the company’s finest post-war flat-top model, but with only 8 yea...
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FON U2536. One of those rare, rare guitars that have survived the years as if they hadn’t happened. This ’56 Southern Jumbo is an...
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