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 D-28 is one of the benchmark American dreadnought acoustic guitars, used by countless players on innumerable recordings.
The Gibson Dove was introduced in 1962 as Gibson's second square-shouldered dreadnought and second from the top of the line for flat-top acoustic guitars.
While there are many really great sounding guitars, to my ear, for a number of musical styles little matches the pairing of just a Gibson
For many folks from the 1940s to the 1960s instruments like the Gibson LG-3 was their first 'serious' guitar with the next step pro models
The Guild D25 was for a time called the Bluegrass D25, because it works so well for bluegrass. It's a sonic cannon that holds up
No longer in production, the Martin D-18 Authentic 1937 is a recreation of a pre-war guitar, built to 1937 specifications, with an Adirondack spruce top.
The Gibson Songwriter Custom is one of the designs from Ren Ferguson during his time at the Gibson Acoustic plant in Bozeman, Montana.
The Guild Navarre F-50 was near the top of the Guild steel string line, and was built from 1954 to 1986, and reissued for 1994
The Gibson AJ, or Advanced Jumbo, was introduced in 1936. The 'Advanced' means that the X-brace is moved towards the soundhole, giving a