The Twelfth Fret carries a huge range of vintage and used instruments. Here is a selection of what’s passing through our shop.
This Bourgeois Signature D features an Adirondack Spruce Madagascar Rosewood, dates to 2007 from Lewiston, Maine, has excellent tone and looks nearly new.
In the mid 1950's, solidbody electric guitars were really taking off, and cheaper guitars like this Harmony Stratotone H44 were very popular.
1976 Gibson Firebird Bicentennial Limited Edition Sunburst
The Gibson Thunderbird Bicentennial, as seen here, is a fairly rare bird. In black or 'ebony', only 91 were made in 1976 with
Built by Fender's Custom Shop the 2008 Telecaster Custom Deluxe is based on the Tele with a number of practical upgrades and a snappy Tangerine
The Robin Savoy Classic is a spectacular single cutaway thinline archtop electric guitar built in Houston, Texas by David Wintz until 2010.
William Laskin is one of the top luthiers in the world. After working with Jean Larrivee he has for decades been building from his shop
The Gibson F-9 Mandolin is based on the original, classic and uniquely American F-Style design by Orivlle Gibson in the closing days of the 1800s.
The C. F. Martin J-40 is a Jumbo model guitar featuring Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood paired with abalone hexagon inlays and logo.