Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

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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In his never-ending quest for feedback-free high-volume playing, Chet Atkins had his say in the design of many instruments over th...
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A stellar flatpicker, this 1950 D-28 has everything one looks for in a bluegrass dreadnought. The guitar has a strong voice, excel...
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A particularly special guitar, this 1926 Martin 000-18 is a beautifully preserved example of Martin’s then-biggest mahogany inst...
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A simply breathtaking fingerstyle guitar with a very light build, stunning appointments, and the kind of tone most of us dream abo...
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The Yamaha GC-5 is a professional-grade concert quality classical that was hand-built in Japan by Yamaha’s finest luthiers. Th...
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Here's a particularly open and resonant early 1950's Gibson LG-3 that's spent the entirety of its life within an hour's drive of T...
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No serial #. The Royaltone was built for a very short period between 1950 and 1952, and was the first Gibson lap steel to be fitte...
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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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Serial # 1749. One of the classiest vintage guitars you're likely to encounter. From the pearl-button hand-engraved Waverly tuners...
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Fernando & Cesar Vera were master guitar makers in Madrid through the 1950's and 1960's. Madrid at that time was a major guitar-m...
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No FON. The banner Gibson models built with maple back and sides have an entirely unique voice amongst flattops. Like the best of...
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