Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Gibson’s L-50 archtop was introduced in 1932 and went through a number of design changes early on, finally landing at its final...
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Among the most unique electric archtops we’ve encountered is this 1959 Vega E-30D. Built in the late 1950’s, the E-30D featur...
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A particularly good sounding, early post-war 00-18 with excellent playability, great looks, and an over-all condition that belies...
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A completely original Fender Mustang in excellent condition. Great looking black-on-black body, rosewood fingerboard, large CBS e...
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The Fender Elite Telecaster was envisioned by Dan Smith - Fender’s legendary Director of Marketing in the early 1980s - who is l...
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Here’s a tremendously cool vintage resonator that at first glance looks like a Regal Le Domino model but is actually an assembla...
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Harmony’s H68 is a full depth, 16.5” wide, electric archtop that was launched in 1968, with a position at the top of Harmony...
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National’s Triolian was introduced in 1928 as a wooden-bodied budget instrument. By sometime in 1929 the model had changed to s...
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Banner-era Gibsons come in all sorts of variations – from maple to mahogany, red and Sitka spruce, different neck specs, and bri...
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FON 214.  Easily one of the finest pre-war vintage acoustics we’ve ever offered for sale, this black and white Gibson L-0 was b...
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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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The first Long & McQuade retail store opened in Toronto in 1957, the year this Gibson SJ was built. Today Long & McQuade is a reta...
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