Vintage Instruments: Mandolins, Banjos & Ukuleles

Gibson’s A-40 mandolin was a staple of the company’s post-war catalogue and was built from the late 1940’s into the 1970’s...
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A simply appointed Gibson Tenor Ukulele from the early 1960’s, the TU-1 features a lightly built unbound mahogany body, thin sat...
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A lightweight, warm and woody clawhammer banjo, the Vega Old Tyme wonder features an 11” maple tone rim, Fibreskyn head, No-K...
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A striking instrument, Weber Mandolins’ Black Ice F style mandolin features a black finished top and translucent grey stained ba...
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The Windsor Company of Birmingham, England was the UK's largest stringed instrument manufacturer prior to 1940, when their factory...
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Serial # 1. Equal parts beauty, tone, and rarity, the Lyon and Healy Style A Mandocello is truly among the most awe-inspiring inst...
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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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2010 Martin Style 3K Soprano Ukulele Serial # 1463942. Martin's Style 3K ukuleles have always been the stuff of dreams. The mod...
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To further help you in your quest for the perfect instrument, we carry the high-quality and affordable lines of Goldtone banjos an...
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