Vintage Instruments: Electric Guitars

CMI (Gibson's parent company) acquired Epiphone in 1957 and shifted production of Epiphone-branded instruments to the Gibson facto...
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Finding a near-mint condition Gretsch Country Gentleman like this 1976 model is exciting enough, but add to the package an origina...
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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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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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In nearly 20 years of hunting down the weird and wonderful catalogue-brand guitars, we’ve never seen another Kay K4144 Sizzler....
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The Kay Value Leader K-5918 electric bass was the company’s least expensive bass offering in the late 1960’s. A no-frills ins...
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Serial # E338238. The classic early 1980's two-knob Fender Stratocaster in left-handed configuration. The model was built this w...
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Alan Beardsell is one of the more revolutionary instrument builders in the pantheon of Canada’s highly regarded luthiers. His g...
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With a carefully carved top of highly quilted maple and a hollowed one-piece mahogany body the Giffin Standard Hollow Body is a th...
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The full-hollow thinline Harmony Rocket features a 16” single-cutaway body, a single DeArmond GoldFoil pickup with volume and to...
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Gibson’s Melody Maker was introduced in 1959 as a lower-priced option to the Les Paul Junior. It featured the same single-cut b...
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The Harmony H62 is something of a cult classic among jump blues guitarists and is popular with rockabilly players as well. The gu...
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