Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

An incredible sounding, one-owner, first year SG body, early 1961 Gibson Les Paul Standard. Consigned with us by the wife of its...
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A museum-quality example of a Boston-made John C.Haynes flat top guitar, complete with original Tilton Improvement fittings. This...
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A wonderful sounding and playing all-original Martin D-28 built in 1950. The guitar is crack free but for the usual pickguard mar...
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Gibson’s CF-100E and its acoustic twin the CF-100 were built through the 1950’s and have the honour of being the first cutaway...
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With its crystalline Dueco finish, steel body and aggressive bluesy tone, the National Duolian is one of the most iconic vintage r...
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The Guild D-25M is one of those desert-island guitars. It’s the consummate strummer, and has provided musical inspiration to co...
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With its quarter-sawn Brazilian rosewood back and sides and tortoise bindings, the D-21 is stylistically akin to a D-18, but tonal...
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Size 5 is Martin’s smallest-bodied guitar shape, and the 5-17T was their smallest and lest expensive tenor guitar offering thoug...
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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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A time capsule, in as close to ‘As New’ condition as a guitar can be after half a century. The finish is perfect with just a l...
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A one-owner local guitar, this J-50 hasn’t strayed farther than 50 miles from our store’s address since its first strum. Its...
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The National Val-Pro 82 is a Res-O-Glass body, Valco-made, map-shaped, hollow body electric built in the early 1960’s. These gu...
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