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.


2005 Sadowsky Jim Hall Archtop (SOLD)

Roger Sadowsky has built professional instruments in New York City for decades, and the Sadowsky Jim Hall archtop is the result of several years work.


1993 Fender VibroVerb 1963 Reissue 2×10 Combo (SOLD)

Introduced in early 1963, the Fender VibroVerb 40 watt combo amp was the first production Fender amp with built-in reverb, and this feature quickly


1996 Douglas Harrison 17 Inch Archtop Guitar SOLD

Douglas Harrison is based in Toronto, and splits his time between building fine jazz guitars and repairing instruments at The Twelfth Fret.


1969 Edgar Monch Classical Guitar (SOLD)

This lovely Edgar Mönch classical guitar is a true survivor, and was recently discovered in a Montreal attic where it has languished for the past


2016 Harrison GB Custom Acoustic Thinline Archtop SOLD

We've just taken delivery of a brand new Harrison GB Custom thinline archtop guitar, this time an acoustic model with a neck mount Bartolini pickup.


2013 Taylor 520ce First Edition Mahogany Dreadnought Steel String Guitar SOLD

Featuring an all-mahogany dreadnought body with venetian cutaway, this Taylor 520ce has a powerful voice with lots of well articulated, balanced midrange.


1930 Gibson L4 Archtop Guitar (SOLD)

The Gibson L4 archtop guitar appeared in 1911, as one of Orville Gibson's innovations - combining violin technology with guitar design.


1957 Magnatone Mark IV Guitar SOLD

Here's something rare and wonderful - from 1957, a Magnatone Mark IV guitar, based on Bigsby designs and built by one of the top amp


1962 Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean SOLD

Introduced in 1958, the Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean became highly visible when George Harrison started using a 1963 model.