The Twelfth Fret - Guitarists' Pro Shop
2132 Danforth Ave Toronto Canada | Sales: 416-423-2132 | Service: 416-423-1554 |

Steel String Acoustic Vintage and Used

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.


2015 Taylor 522e 12-Fret Mahogany Steel String Guitar

Here is a lovely Taylor 522e 12-fret guitar with slotted peghead. Using a traditional design, the 522e is an excellent guitar for fingerstyle


2009 Taylor GS Custom Steel String Acoustic Guitar

The Taylor GS, or Grand Symphony, is one of the largest body shapes Taylor offers. Similar to the classic Gibson J-200, the GS


1971 Guild D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee Steel String Guitar

The Guild D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee is a sonic cannon. A very even, full tone representing all the notes played is delivered with volume


1962 Gibson J-45 Sunburst Steel String Acoustic Guitar

The iconic Gibson J-45 has been one of the most successful steel string guitar designs. It sounds great as an accompaniment, on its own


2014 Collings D1 Dreadnought Steel String Guitar

The Collings D1 is a top-shelf expression of the world's most successful and popular steel string guitar design - the square shoulder dreadnought.


1960 Gibson J-45 Steel String Acoustic Guitar

An iconic American design, the Gibson J-45 is one of the most used steel string guitars for recording and performance.


2015 Martin GPC12PA4 12-String Cutaway Steel String Guitar

The Martin GPC12PA4 was the first twelve string in Martin's popular Performing Artist Series, featuring a Sitka spruce top and Sapele back and sides.


2004 Allan Beardsell Model 4 G Quilted Maple Acoustic Guitar

Allan Beardsell runs the Beardsell Guitar Workshop in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and produces guitars like this 2004 Beardsell Model 4G, with a pair of side ports.


1932 Prairie State Larson Brothers Model 427 Auditorium Guitar

The Larson Brothers of Chicago, Illinois built guitars from the 1890s until Carl Larson's death in 1946, and had major impacts on how guitars are