The Twelfth Fret - Guitarists' Pro Shop
2132 Danforth Ave Toronto Canada | Sales: 416-423-2132 | Service: 416-423-1554 | sales@12fret.com

Guitars Vintage and Used

The Twelfth Fret carries a huge range of vintage and used instruments. Here is a selection of what’s passing through our shop.


Vintage Guitars

1985 Bond Electraglide Carbon Fibre Guitar

The Bond Electraglide is a rare and historically notable instrument. Built during 1984 and 1985 in Scotland, it was one of the first carbon

1966 Gibson ES-335 TD Sunbust with Bigsby

The Gibson ES-335 was a groundbreaking instrument when introduced in 1958, bringing together the tonal character of archtop guitars and feedback resistance.

1994 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster 1963 NOS Candy Apple Red

The Fender Custom Shop Telecaster 1963 NOS is a reproduction of one of the classic American workhorse guitars, as it gained a rosewood fingerboard.

Antonio Picado Model 62 Classical Concert Guitar, Brazilian

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.

2009 Blueridge BR-371 Parlor Guitar

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

2004 Hofner New President P55 Archtop

The Hofner New President P55 is a full 16 inch body archtop guitar with one pickup at the neck. It features a carved German

2009 Ramirez Model 2NE Classical Guitar

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.

1949 Gibson EM-150 Electric Mandolin

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.

2011 Santa Cruz 1929-OO Steel String Acoustic Guitar

With elegant simplicity, the Santa Cruz 1929-OO model reflects the classic instruments made for players enduring the Great Depression that began in 1929.