Vintage Instruments: All Vintage Guitars

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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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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We have a soft spot in our hearts for sunburst-topped Martin Guitars. There’s something about them that just looks so good to a...
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Built by Danelectro and marketed by Sears through the 1960’s, the Amp in Case models were sold as all-in-one electric guitar pac...
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No serial #. Few figures in the history of Canadian guitar making are as enigmatic and mysterious as Charles Brasher. A Toronto...
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ON SALE
Ludwig's Kingston Tenor banjo featured a two piece walnut neck with bound ebony 19 fret fingerboard, 23" scale, 'High Pressure Met...
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Perhaps made most famous through its appearance on the Dire Straits’ Money For Nothing album cover, the 14 fret National Style O...
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CMI (Gibson's parent company) acquired Epiphone in 1957 and shifted production of Epiphone-branded instruments to the Gibson facto...
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Guild’s Slim Jim T-100 is a fully hollow, 16.5” wide, thinline cutaway electric with a single pickup in the neck position and...
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Built in Galt, Mason amps and lap steels are local to their core. The amp features Guelph-made Hammond transformers, Waterloo-mad...
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Cleveland's Oahu Publishing company was the largest print music distributor in its day. They specialized in Hawaiian steel music a...
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Serial # 131867. A one owner transition-era Fender Jazz Bass brought to Folkway by only person who's ever played it. It's still...
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