Made in Italy, circa 1970. Known as "the busker's friend", for its solid build quality & reliability. Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page owned one! (Rare shot of Jimmy inside, recording 'Tangerine' on his Eko)
The Plainsman got its name from the 1936 Gary Cooper/Jean Arthur western, produced by the legendary Cecil B De Mille. Built by Richter of Chicago for Montgomery Ward catalogue & department store chain...
Harmony Archtone vintage archtop, 1964. Great sixties model, based on thirties art deco styling. Part of Harmony's prestigious 'Auditorium Series' - from the golden days of American guitar building.
Roy Rogers "Singing Cowboys", 1950s. All birch construction. Amazingly fine condition – one of the best condition examples we've ever run across. And sounds as good as it looks!
Epi Olympic, 1939 - 1941. Very similar to the model played by David Rawlings and Gillian Welch. Tones that range from warm and mellow to surprisingly loud and crisp. This guitar is AMAZING!
An all original, American-built, Spruce top Baby, in Near Mint condition. Now being made "south of the border", these original California-built models are in big demand. Get this 'un before it's gone!
A square neck, spider bridge National resonator. Straight out of a private collection - custom ordered in 2003 and still in BRAND NEW condition. Complete with its original hard shell case.