VintageSilvertones.com is pleased to present our first major update in nearly 20 years. To celebrate the update, we’re busting out some super rare axes. Featured below. There’s still some tweaks to be done in the gallery. We’ve switched from Paypal to Stripe. If you prefer to use Paypal drop us a note. If the Fedex shipping seems excessive, drop us a note. We might be able to get a better price.
Get your 12 string twang on with this beautiful Harmony H79 12 string electric guitar made by Harmony of Chicago circa 1967. It’s a lush burgundy red finish with a double cutaway, thinline, semi-hollow body with two powerful DeArmond single-coil pickups.
We have here a hard-to-find Silvertone 1446 electric guitar, 2 pickups, black finish, with a real Bigsby tremolo made by Harmony for Sears circa 1964. We rarely see these any more. Grab it fast.
Super cool and rare 1969 Dan Armstrong Modified Danelectro electric guitar made by Dan Armstrong in New York City/Neptune New Jersey. Estimates suggest there was less than 700 of these great guitars made others say it was less than 300.
Continue Reading Dan Armstrong Modified Danelectro Danelectro – 1969
A sharp-looking and hard-to-find 1967 Danelectro Dane series B2N solidbody electric guitar made by Danelectro of Neptune New Jersey. It has an off-white neck and black crackle finish body. Groovy!
This Silvertone 1448 guitar is a classic piece of American music history & should be in a museum. It may be the first amp-in-case guitar ever made. It is a prototype, guitar made by Danelectro. It was owned by the infamous musician, studio musician, and inventor: Vinnie Bell. For serious collectors only.
This is a circa 1965 Airline Folkstar/New Folk Resonator resonator guitar made by National. This is the extremely rare version of the resonator guitar with the crown headstock similar to that used on the Nationals of the early 1950s.
Continue Reading Airline 7049 ResoGlas – circa 1965 – NATIONAL
This is a late 1950’s Lyric Mark V electric guitar made by Magnatone of California. This beyond, extremely rare guitar was designed by Paul Bigsby. Here’s an opportunity to own a Bigsby designed guitar for a fraction of the price of one he built.
This is an extremely rare, T2N6 Coral Teardrop guitar made by Danelectro of Neptune, NJ circa 1968 making this guitar one of the last Danelectros-Corals built.
This is a beautiful Kay Thin Twin K161, electric guitar made by Kay of Chicago. It has two single coil pickups that range from twangy to smooth. It features a maple body with rosewood fretboard. And is one of the most popular Kay guitars and was in their catalog from 1953 to 1960.
This super cool and classic, redburst Silvertone 1457 is a full scale guitar that will rock your socks off! It launched a million Rock bands on Christmas mornings in the mid-1960s. And will make a great, fun playing, addition to your collection.