Welcome to Vintage and Used Instruments at The Twelfth Fret! We carry a wide and frequently changing variety of vintage and used instruments in many price ranges, from recently purchased items to centuries-old antique pieces. We can’t possibly do full features on everything that comes into our shop, so if you’re looking for something specific, contact us with the link to the right – in the meantime, here are some of the items we carry. Don’t forget to check out our Just In page for the most up to date listings!
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The PRS P22 is a 22 fret, piezo equipped solidbody delivering all the quality, class, playability and tone expected from a PRS.
The Guild F-412 is one of the classic, benchmark 12-strings. Its maple back and sides help bring clarity to the large amount of sound
The Gretsch G6120DC appeared in 1962 as a Chet Atkins 6120 model, and has a thin electrotone body, double cutaway, smaller than the 6122 Country
The Hamer Artist was Hamer's first take at the semi-solid, thinline chambered design, which can increase resonance and warmth - and reduce weight.
Named after the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, the Collings CW Indian A features Indian Rosewood back and sides and an Adirondack Spruce top,
R. Taylor guitars are a high-end project by Robert Taylor, founder of Taylor Guitars - small batches made from scarce woods by experienced luthiers.
Produced only between 1965 and 1967, the C. F. Martin GT-75 thinline archtop electric guitar is an oddity in Martin's history.
There have been two versions of the Fender Telecaster Custom, and though instantly recognisable as Telecasters, they are equipped quite differently.
Emmett Chapman introduced the Chapman Stick in the early 1970's, and a few variations like this 12-string Mobius Megatar Toneweaver have appeared.