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


Here is a listing of many of the instruments we have sold through our shop.  We tend to keep posts about instruments on our site, rather than deleting them, for historical and reference purposes.   In some cases, our archives here may be the only clear photos and description of an instrument.


SOLD!!! Fretless Parts Bass

Part of the genius of Leo Fender's design is assemblng parts to make a working instrument. This Fretless Parts Bass shows how this


SOLD!!! 2014 Taylor 320e Baritone SLTD Guitar

The Taylor 320e Baritone SLTD guitar is based on the dreadnought body design and features sapele back and sides paired with a mahogany top and


SOLD!!! 2005 Gibson Explorer Solidbody Electric Guitar

The Gibson Explorer was a radical design even by 1958 US design standards - there were huge fins everywhere! Despite this, it was not


SOLD!!! Gretsch Black Falcon Players Edition Archtop Guitar

Along with the expected Falcon bling, the Gretsch Black Falcon Players Edition has all the extra features to bring archtop electrics onto the modern stage.


SOLD!!! 2013 C. F. Martin HD-28 1935 Sunburst Steel String Guitar

Martin D series guitars are probably the most recognizable in the world. The Martin HD-28 uses rosewood for the back and sides and has


SOLD!!! Fender American Longboard Stratocaster Limited Edition

Drawing on the aesthetics of laminated American Longboard surfboards, the limited edition Fender American Longboard Stratocaster was built in 2015.


SOLD!!! 1999 Don Grosh Retro Classic Solidbody Guitar

Don Grosh has been building guitars like the Grosh Retro Classic since 1994, and had previously worked for Valley Arts in North Hollywood, California.


SOLD!!! 2006 Gibson L7-C Acoustic Archtop Guitar

Orville Gibson basically invented the modern mandolin and archtop guitar styles, and the Gibson L7-C is the natural outcome of that design.


SOLD!!! Holloway Harp Guitar Dyer Style Model 5B

The Harp Guitar appeared around the end of the 19th century, and one of the main designs was built for the Dyer company of St.