Many vintage and used steel string guitars pass through The Twelfth Fret, from 1930’s vintage pieces to slightly used newer models. Our stock changes daily, so if you are looking for anything in particular, contact us. We ship worldwide.
Introduced in 1942 as an 'improved' version of the J-45, the Gibson J-50 mainly differs in having a natural finish top, allowed by using better
The C. F. Martin HD-28V Dreadnought is a re-creation of the classic dreadnought used by countless players, back to the legendary Hank Williams.
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
With elegant simplicity, the Santa Cruz 1929-OO model reflects the classic instruments made for players enduring the Great Depression that began in 1929.
The Martin T17 Tiple appears to be a relative of the ukulele, but it also traces its lineage to South American tiples, particularly the
The Taylor T5 was created to address a changing reality for working guitarists - declining budgets for road shows reducing the number of guitars on
The Tenor guitar was originally developed by the C F Martin and Gibson companies to ease transition, allowing tenor banjo players to switch to guitar
The Collings D1A is the Adirondack Spruce topped version of the classic mahogany dreadnought, an essential tool for any acoustic player.