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.
The Gibson ES-125T, the thin body version of the popular ES-125 built since 1941, appeared in 1956 as an entry level electric archtop guitar.
The top of the thinline archtop lineup was the Gibson ES-355, used by top tier players like B B King, Chuck Berry, and Alex Lifeson.
The Eastman company builds more arched top instruments than anyone else, and they apply their expertise to thinline archtop electrics like the T186MX.
Steve Vai and Ibanez developed the JEM series of guitars in the mid 1980's and the Ibanez Universe is the 7-string version of the signature
The Guild JF30-12 was built from 1987 to 2004 and has the typical Guild 12 characteristics- big, sturdy, with lots of tone, clarity, volume and
Here's a near new condition Gibson ES-137 3U or 'Custom' model built during September, 2007 and featuring bound neck and head, split diamonds and Varitone!
The Closet Classic line from the Fender Custom Shop is intended to replicate a guitar that was bought, played a bit, then put away in
The PRS McCarty Archtop appeared in 1998 based on designs by PRS master luthier Joe Knaggs, who liked jazz but found big bodied guitars uncomfortable.
Here we have one of the last guitars of its kind, a 2005 Martin GE Golden Era. Built from 1999 to 2005 using