Vintage Instruments: Archtop Guitars

Serial # A1/02. Oskar Graf's instruments combine the finest craftsmanship the world has ever seen, a keen attention to the most t...
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The Heritage Eagle is a single-cutaway 17” carved archtop with 3” depth, X-braced top, and mahogany top and back. Imagine an...
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Gibson’s Humbucker-equipped ES-175D hasn’t much changed much in the last 60 or so years; and it still remains one of the most...
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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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Harmony’s H-1310 “Brilliant” Cutaway was the company’s flagship acoustic archtop model throughout its 20 year production....
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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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Here’s an incredibly clean mid 1960’s Hofner model 456 archtop. A gorgeous guitar with no issues and excellent playability....
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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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The Jazzica Special features a 16” tapered cut-away body with figured maple back and sides and a solid spruce top. Stylized F-h...
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The Jazz II was Kay’s top-of-the-line thinline hollow body in the early 1960’s, and replaced the Barney Kessel signature model...
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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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