The Twelfth Fret stocks a large and constantly changing collection of vintage and used archtop guitars, from 1930′s fully acoustic carved masterpieces to recent thinline models with pickups. If you’re looking for something in particular and don’t see it, contact us. We will set up instruments to the player’s requirements and we ship worldwide.
A few years ago, Jerry Jones retired and sold off his shop and fixtures, so his guitars are hard to find now.
Now here's something you don't see every day - a Gretsch Country Club in the G6196TSP-2G version, with two-tone smoke grey and metallic violet finish.
The Epiphone Century thinline archtop electric guitar was a simple beast - a thin body with no cutaway and one pickup.
The Silvertone 1446 was built for Sears by Harmony, in Chicago, Illinois. At the time, Harmony was the largest musical instrument manufacturer in
Here's a nice Gibson ES-335 TD in black, from 1976 when a coil tap switch was standard equipment. This guitar was built in either
The Douglas Harrison GB thinline archtop guitar has proven very popular with jazz guitarists and features a carved spruce top on a chambered back.