Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

Martin’s round hole C-1 archtops were built from mid 1931 into late 1932 and were the company’s first archtop guitars. The gu...
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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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A time-capsule guitar, this 1931 Martin 0-18K has survived the years without any cracks or loose braces, almost no finish wear or...
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Gibson’s ES-175 was introduced in 1949 and went on to become the company’s most successful professional electric archtop model...
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The National model 1111 Aristocrat is a Gibson-built 17” archtop featuring a tone-bar-braced maple ply body and a bolted-on Valc...
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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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The rarest of Martin’s 0-size koa Hawaiian models, the 0-21K was out-produced by the style 28 koa ten-to-one, and is 50 times le...
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Charles Bruno, and later C. Bruno & Son, was a major New York based distributor of musical instruments with roots as far back as t...
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Gibson’s ES-355TDSV was the company’s flagship of the ES-335 family of instruments and featured gold hardware, multi-ply bound...
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One of the good ones, this 1975 Martin D-18 has a very warm, open, full and dark voice, with definition in the bass and roundness...
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Martin introduced the HD-28 Model in 1976. It was the first reappearance of Herringbone top trim and a zigzag back strip on a sta...
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With its firestripe pickguard and dark sunburst finish this J-45 is near the top of its class in the looks department. Tone is tr...
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