The Twelfth Fret carries a huge range of vintage and used instruments. Here is a selection of what’s passing through our shop.
The Bond Electraglide is a rare and historically notable instrument. Built during 1984 and 1985 in Scotland, it was one of the first carbon
The Gibson ES-335 was a groundbreaking instrument when introduced in 1958, bringing together the tonal character of archtop guitars and feedback resistance.
The Fender Custom Shop Telecaster 1963 NOS is a reproduction of one of the classic American workhorse guitars, as it gained a rosewood fingerboard.
This Picado Model 62 is in good condition, with Brazilian Rosewood for the back and sides, a refinished Spruce top and top quality Gotoh tuners.
The Blueridge BR-371 Parlor Guitar is based on the classic parlor guitars built in the early 20th Century, when guitars were played by ladies
The Hofner New President P55 is a full 16 inch body archtop guitar with one pickup at the neck. It features a carved German
The Ramirez model 2NE classical guitar is part of the Estudio line for developing students requiring a high quality instrument that isn't overly expensive.
Guitarists haven't been the only musicians getting louder - other players had to keep up and the Gibson EM-150 Electric Mandolin helped meet this need.
With elegant simplicity, the Santa Cruz 1929-OO model reflects the classic instruments made for players enduring the Great Depression that began in 1929.