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.
The Gibson Sheryl Crow Signature model is based on her 1962 Gibson Country Western model, which she'd been touring and recording with for years.
Let's start the week off with something rare and unusual - a Jay Buckley SE21 cocobolo Harp Guitar, built during 2005 in Lviv, Ukraine.
Bluegrass players hold guitars like this Gallagher g-45 custom in high regard - they produce all the articulated volume needed for loud high speed
Oskar Graf has been a prominent Canadian independent luthier for decades. Working from his shop in a small town, he produces well regarded
Michael Gurian has been involved in instrument construction since 1965, and until 1979 was one of the early forces in the American boutique guitar market.
The Taylor 812ce is based on the Grand Concert body and its balance and articulation makes it very well suited to fingerstyle playing.
Old World craftsmanship is still found, and is represented in instruments like this Stonebridge OM21, built by Frantisek Furch in the Czech Republic.
The earliest Dreadnought body guitars appeared around 1916, built by Martin for Ditson. The Larrivee SD-60 is heavily influenced by that body style.
The Taylor 355ce uses a cutaway jumbo body with Spruce top, mahogany for the back, sides and neck, and ebony for the fingerboard and bridge.