Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

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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With its highly figured koa body, herringbone style 28 trim, attractive wooden purflings, and fresh conversion to Spanish style fr...
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Gibson’s F-25 was designed to appeal to the folk musicians of the early 1960s. Similar to Martin’s New Yorker models, the F-2...
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Martin’s first 12-string model to enter production was the D12-20. The first of these instruments were completed in the latter...
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A very fine sounding J-45 with a dark warmth and plenty of 50’s Gibson thump. Balanced and expressive, quite open and resonant,...
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Here’s an under-the-bed-special. A left-handed 1981 Fender Stratocaster, complete with all of its factory hang tags and case doc...
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Weighing in at a scant 7.2 lbs, this late 1970’s ash-bodied Strat is something of a unicorn amongst that era of Fender guitars....
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This Harmony H-53 sports a cool looking vintage Bigsby tailpiece for some extra points. It’s in great shape, with frets that ar...
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A powerful, throaty, and fat sounding J-45, with beautiful mid-range presence and plenty of support on either end of the spectrum....
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Guild's D-25M was a staple of the line through the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s. The guitar features a spruce top stained dark, and a...
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A heavily played but largely crack-free late-period Herringbone D-28 with exceptional tone, great looks, and perfect playability....
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A cool Kay-built resonator from the late 1950’s. The K-90 features a larger 15.5” body, a long 26” scale, and a smaller 8.5...
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