Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

A powerful, throaty, and fat sounding J-45, with beautiful mid-range presence and plenty of support on either end of the spectrum....
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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...
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The Starfire VI was the highest-level model in the popular and long-spanning Starfire line. Built between the mid 1960s and the l...
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A heavily played but largely crack-free late-period Herringbone D-28 with exceptional tone, great looks, and perfect playability....
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Here’s one for the record books. It’s a near-mint, under-the-bed-special, left-handed 1977 Fender Stratocaster, complete with...
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A cool Kay-built resonator from the late 1950’s. The K-90 features a larger 15.5” body, a long 26” scale, and a smaller 8.5...
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Among the most finely preserved Herringbone D-28s we’ve had the pleasure of having through the store, this 1941 Martin D-28 does...
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1956 was the first full production year of Martin’s D-21 model. With Brazilian rosewood back and sides and a spruce top, the D-...
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Guild’s answer to Gibson’s top-selling ES-125, the X-50 featured a 16” fully hollow body, a single pickup in the neck positi...
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Serial # 1. Equal parts beauty, tone, and rarity, the Lyon and Healy Style A Mandocello is truly among the most awe-inspiring inst...
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A beguiling tenor guitar from Gibson’s finest period, this TG-1 features a delicate and light build, gorgeous hand-rubbed sunbur...
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We have a soft spot in our hearts for sunburst-topped Martin Guitars. There’s something about them that just looks so good to a...
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