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1964 Hofner Verithin Stereo  –  £999

1964 Hofner Verithin Stereo – £999

NEW ARRIVAL  The Hofner Verithin was introduced in 1960, and quickly became their most popular model. As US imports were very thin on the ground in the 60’s, the Verithin took the place of Gibson’s...

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1994 Crow Archtop  –  £999

1994 Crow Archtop – £999

ON HOLD  Arthur Crow was a little known luthier of fine archtop guitars, based in Longmont, Colorado. One of his unique touches was the beautifully inlayed headstock logo of the Twin Peaks, Rocky...

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1947 National 1140 Archtop  –  £1249

1947 National 1140 Archtop – £1249

ON HOLD  Most famous for building resonator guitars, National also made archtop guitars in the 40’s and 50’s. This was because there was a dip in the resonator market, so they decided to enter the...

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2012 Eastman AR503 CE  –  £999

2012 Eastman AR503 CE – £999

SOLD  Eastman have become a major player in the archtop world, and the AR503CE is the most sought after model from the whole family. It’s a hand built Nitro finished carved spruce top archtop, in a...

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1957 Hoyer Archtop  –  £499

1957 Hoyer Archtop – £499

NEW ARRIVAL  Post second world war West German archtops have become renowned for their stylish looks and great value for money. Arnold Hoyer in particular produced some strikingly good looking...

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2004 Gretsch 6120 DSW  –  £1599

2004 Gretsch 6120 DSW – £1599

SOLD  Few electric guitars are as recognisable as a Gretsch, and in a classic orange finish the Nashville 6120 has to be the most identifiable of them all. It first appeared in the mid-1950s with...

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1950 National 1100 California  –  £1399

1950 National 1100 California – £1399

NEW ARRIVAL  National guitars have become a bit of an institution for making resonator guitars, but it’s less known that for a short period they made archtops, and these have become quite desirable...

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1967 Hofner Verithin  –  £799

1967 Hofner Verithin – £799

NEW ARRIVAL   Introduced in 1960 the Verithin, like so many other Hofner models, is clearly inspired by Gibson guitars, and with a hollow body closely resembles the ES330. Then in late ’65 early ’66...

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