Vintage Instruments: Other Acoustic Guitars

Canadian luthier Luis Feu de Mesquita first learned his guitar making chops growing up in the south of Spain. In his youth, he spe...
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The Santa Cruz H-13 is loosely styled after Gibson’s 1930’s Nick Lucas model – complete with an extra-deep body, 13 fret neck join...
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Taylor Guitar’s all acoustic 816 sets a high benchmark in modern acoustic tone. The company redesigned the 800 series for 2014; th...
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FON X8131. Gibson’s mid-century TG-50 featured the popular L-50 body mated to a 22.5” scale tenor neck. 16” archtop body with ca...
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Serial # 1885. The Style A was Lyon & Healy's most ornate and most expensive offering in their Washburn guitar line during the ea...
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The earliest Larrivée we’ve ever encountered, this 1970 Spruce and Rosewood concert classical is signed and dated 1970. It was bu...
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Serial # 83613. A small tenor guitar with a robust bass response and full, clear trebles. This Wartime 0-17T is one of those diffi...
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Serial # 866 A particularly attractive cut-away mahogany and spruce Morgan Concert. The guitar is in wonderful condition and sho...
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Serial # 1749. One of the classiest vintage guitars you’re likely to encounter. From the pearl-button hand-engraved Waverly tuners...
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The 9PA is a particularly fine sounding student-level offering by the Spanish builder, Alhambra. The guitar features a German Spr...
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Well here’s one for the history books, folks. There aren’t too many North American guitars that stump us, but we’ve managed to...
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The Larrivée 04 series is a hybrid of the company’s value-packed 03 series and their higher-end models. Like the 03 series, the LV...
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