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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Originally designed as a grab-and-go studio and small club amp, the Dr Z Maz 18 made its way to some of the largest stages, but
The Fender Super Champ compact tube amplifer appeared in 1982 under direction from Paul Rivera, as Fender sought new ideas to revive their market.
The Martin D-18 is one of the benchmark steel string acoustic guitars - based on a time-tested square shoulder dreadnought body, with spruce and mahogany.
Produced in a small batch of around 65 guitars, the 2014 Gibson Iron Mountain AJ was built in Bozeman, Montana during 2014 with flame maple
Since 1975, the Stelling Staghorn has been the flagship instrument from the Stelling Banjo Works in Afton, VA, made using rare materials like claro walnut.
Leo Fender introduced the Jazz Bass in early 1960 to draw acoustic bass players, and it featured a much narrower fingerboard than the Precision Bass.
The Guild D55 became a flagship model, first appearing in 1968 as the 'TV' model, but only as a special order item until the 1973.
The Fender Stratocaster took the guitar world by storm when it appeared in 1956, eclipsing even the spectacularly successful Fender Telecaster.
The Nechville Galaxy Phantom 5-string banjo incorporates major advances in banjo technology, providing a clearer tone and better playability.