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As electric guitars go, there's none quite so 'accessible' than a Club, if you'll pardon the pun. Specifically, the Hofner Club Model 60, a thinlin...read more

The Harmony Rocket. An understated classic if ever there was one. Guitars like Gibson Les Pauls have found mass appeal and iconic status by blowing...read more

Okay, so here it is; our vintage 1958 Gibson ES-335. A serious big daddy and then some, this isn't a guitar for taking down the Dog & Duck, unl...read more

The old-tyme appeal of country and bluegrass is far from a spent force in this day and age, and the banjo continues to find admirers worldwide. We ...read more

The brand that keeps our team broke, this vintage 1959 Kay UpBeat K-8980 is the sort of guitar that causes in-fighting between the staff about who ...read more

A legend in every sense, this 2003 Gibson Les Paul Historic Gold Top is the sort of guitar that most of you think about almost constantly for month...read more

Under ‘taken for granted back in the day’ you’ll no doubt find a picture of this, a vintage ‘60s Teisco Del Rey EP-8T. Thes...read more

Ultra-nifty and becoming lesser-spotted as you read this, this vintage 1981 Fender Bullet is a magnificent creature from the very earliest of the 1...read more

Continuing our theme of rarity, here’s a 1969 Yamaha SG-2. This is an important piece of history, as Yamaha only started making electric guit...read more

As you’re already super into this let’s not mess about - it’s a vintage 1960s Airline H72 Rocket. Looking very much indeed like t...read more

Signed by the one and only Marty Wilde, this vintage Harmony Rocket 1P is hard cool. For those of you who don’t know him, in addition to bein...read more

Not all basses deliver such whopping bottom end as this vintage 1973 Gibson EBO. The plummiest of the plums, the roundest of the round, the deepest...read more

Inspired by the likes of Dobro and National, this Regal Resonator is a handsome, affordable way of breaking into the hard, gloriously rootsy world ...read more

Not all basses deliver such whopping bottom end as this vintage 1973 Gibson EBO. The plummiest of the plums, the roundest of the round, the deepest...read more

As you’re already super into this let’s not mess about - it’s a vintage 1960s Airline H72 Rocket. Looking very much indeed like t...read more

Ah, what a thing - this vintage 1975 Fender Stratocaster is the very definition of a hard-working instrument. In the ‘70s, Fender changed the...read more

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