Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Gibson’s Nick Lucas Special was the company’s first Artist model and was positioned at the top of the pricelist at its introdu...
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In celebration of their 150th anniversary in 1983, C.F. Martin & Co. embarked on recreating their most highly regarded vintage mod...
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Introduced in 1958, the 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean was originally designed as a simplified student version of the 6120. It evolve...
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An incredibly fine vintage Gibson flattop, this 1955 LG-2 was a one-owner guitar until quite recently and it arrived to Folkway wi...
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Gibson’s L-48 was a base-model acoustic archtop offered through the post-war years up until the Norlin take-over of the company...
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An exceptional D-28 by any measure, this 1953-built guitar is made even more special thanks to its 'mystery' spruce top and ebony...
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Likely the single most under-rated guitar in our inventory, this mid 1950’s Kay K15 has that big, full and deep bluesy tone that...
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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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Gibson’s L-30 is a small-bodied arch-top guitar with flat maple back and matching sides, carved spruce top, and sunburst finish....
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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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The Cromwell brand was built by Gibson and distributed by a few mail-order stores from 1935 until 1939. This particular Gibson bud...
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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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