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 Martin 000-18 is one of the great fingerstyle guitars. The 000 body size provides an excellent tonal balance and the mahogany sides
The Collings 001 Mh is a variation on the very traditional 00 body size made popular by Martin and other builders in the early part
Many custom instruments are produced by Edward Rusnack, and a good example is this Rusnack 10 String, with steel strings - most of this type
Built since 2011, the C. F. Martin 00-DB Jeff Tweedy model is Martin's first Custom Artist model that's FSC© certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council.
In 1951, the Gibson J-185 appeared, designed to fit between the popular slope-shoulder dreadnought Gibson J-45 and the classic Gibson Super Jumbo J-200.
Based on a popular jumbo design, the Collings SJ maple is a 'small jumbo' with a body width of 16 inches and depth of 4.5
The Maurer Model 593 'Tree of Life' guitar was built by the Larson Brothers - Carl and August - in Chicago. The Larsons bought
In late 1975, the C. F. Martin company released the D-76 bicentennial commemorative limited edition model for the 200th anniversary of US independence.
The Gibson J-45 appeared during 1942 with its fancier cousin, the SJ (Southern Jumbo) and immediately became a basic instrument for singers and songwriters.