Vintage Instruments: Other Acoustic Guitars

Taylor’s 2008 Fall Limited 714ce features Koa back and sides, a top of Western Red cedar, koa-bound ebony fingerboard with green...
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Likely the single most under-rated guitar in our inventory, this mid 1950’s Kay K15 has that big, full and deep bluesy tone that...
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There's nothing quite like a lightly-built all-mahogany 00 size guitar. The Santa Cruz Guitar Company builds some of the most ligh...
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The Cromwell brand was built by Gibson and distributed by a few mail-order stores from 1935 until 1939. This particular Gibson bud...
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Here's a looker, huh? The Kay Model 6150 'Super Auditorium' is a 15.5" small jumbo guitar with a whole lot of cherry sunburst, an...
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Built by Gibson in its Kalamazoo factory, the Epiphone FT-45 N Cortez is identical to Gibson’s B-25N, but for its headstock and...
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Charles Bruno, and later C. Bruno & Son, was a major New York based distributor of musical instruments with roots as far back as t...
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Harmony’s H68 is a full depth, 16.5” wide, electric archtop that was launched in 1968, with a position at the top of Harmony...
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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 Jumbo King is the largest guitar in the Waterloo line up, and offers a whole lot of volume, headroom, and mid-range punch. Thi...
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Cleveland's Oahu Publishing company was the largest print music distributor in its day. They specialized in Hawaiian steel music a...
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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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