Vintage Instruments: Other Acoustic Guitars

Serial # 2695. The Cremona VII was Harmony’s top-tier archtop, and offered between the mid 1930’s and early 1950’s. The instrume...
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Serial # 16525. It’s hard to find fault with this Epiphone Zenith – it’s in remarkable condition, it’s really good looking, and...
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Label dated 1976. Jean Larrivée built instruments at several locations throughout Toronto in the 1970’s; and this particular guit...
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It’s not often that you’d find an Ovation gracing the pages of our website. Most that we encounter haven’t survived the years wel...
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Serial # 8837. The S-12 is a small-bodied mahogany and cedar Lowden model, with fairly deep sides. At 14.5” wide, the guitar is...
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Serial # 20020320146. A wonderfully mature sounding Taylor with an open and expressive voice, sweet and rich mid range, and exce...
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Serial # 020803. A guitar with remarkable volume across the strings and up the fingerboard. It's a rare treat to play a left-ha...
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Serial # 5S0103. Another fine offering from Toronto-based luthier, Luis Feu de Mesquita. We’ve had a few of Luis’ guitars throug...
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Serial # 20040607140. Introduced at the summer 2004 NAMM show as one of that year’s Fall Limited models, the 614ce-L7 features Gr...
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Serial #4106305. Vancouver, British Columbia builder David Webber combines old-world hand craftsmanship with modern CNC machining...
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Dated July 6th 2005. This 00 sized Prototype would later become known as the Juniper – one of Blanchard’s standard models. This...
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Serial # 597. Dermot McIlroy spent a decade building Lowden guitars before opening his own workshop in Northern Ireland in 2000....
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