Vintage Instruments: Archtops & Classical Guitars

Gibson’s ES-135 was built for a few years in the mid 1950’s. A dressed up version of the best-selling ES-125, the more expens...
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The stage-ready Ramirez 3CWE is a hybrid classical that offers a slightly easier playing feel than a traditional concert instrumen...
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The Ramirez 2NE is a cedar topped Estudio line Ramirez designed by Amalia Ramirez and built with solid tone woods and unique Ramir...
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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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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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Gibson’s Johnny Smith was introduced in 1961 and held the honour of being the company’s most expensive artist model, and only...
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One of two Gibson Super 400 CES electric archtops to have come in recently. This one is a custom-ordered example in wine red fini...
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Tony Duggan-Smith is among the Pantheon of Larrivée-trained Canadian guitar builders, having worked with Jean Larrivée at both h...
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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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A studio-line instrument bearing a Marcelino Lopez label, this late 1970’s guitar is a cleanly made, high-quality student grade...
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William ‘Grit’ Laskin is one of Canada’s most highly regarded luthiers, and an artist with many international accolades to h...
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The Hagstrom Vikings are some of the best sounding off-brand vintage guitars on the scene; and 5 minutes with this guitar would ma...
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