Built by Harmony in Chicago, for New York music distributors Buegeleisen & Jacobson. Probably the most spectacular parlor guitar we've ever had through.
Brilliant Swedish craftsmanship from the turn of the twentieth century.
Even Sting plays a lute!
Is it an acoustic guitar?
Is it an electric guitar?
Is it an acoustic-electric?
The multiple award-winning Taylor T5 is one brilliant guitar that is all three!
This bangs out that famous Martin sound like you just won't believe. BOOM!! And it's a LEFTY! Check out the solid Sitka Spruce top - one of the most finely-grained pieces of Spruce we've ever seen!
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)
Oahu vintage Hawaiian slide guitar, square neck model, 1945 - possibly a Model 50K Deluxe. Good condition Oahu branded Hawaiian instruments become more desirable with every passing year.
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.