Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Kay’s K-24 was one of the company’s first cut-away flattop models. Introduced in the mid/late 1950’s the K-24 featured a 17...
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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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With its single DeArmond Gold Foil pickup, full hollow single-cut body and shorter 24” scale length there’s nothing else out t...
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This single pickup solidbody features a sunburst-finished wood body with Airline’s famous Jetson-esque outline, white pickguard...
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Essentially a modern version of the single pickup ES-175, the Herb Ellis model filled a serious hole in the Gibson lineup upon its...
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A mid 1950's Gibson Korina double-neck console steel in excellent condition. Twice the size of a lap steel but with no pedals to a...
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A great sounding ’62 Gibson J-45 that’s been nicely played-in and has opened-up really well. The guitar features a deep cherr...
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William ‘Grit’ Laskin is one of Canada’s most highly regarded luthiers, and an artist with many international accolades to h...
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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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Gibson’s Johnny Smith was introduced in 1961 and held the honour of being the company’s most expensive artist model, and only...
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A road worn 45 year old blond Fender P-Bass that’s got huge vibe and some stellar vintage P-bass tone. It’s a great looking m...
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Known as the King of the Flattops, the J-200 boasts a 17” wide body with lavish appointments, ornate moustache bridge, and engra...
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