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Authentic guitars crafted with the vintage styles you love and modern features you need.

Vintage Guitars has been around since 1985. We know what professional guitar players want. Our authentic guitars combine the classic design of vintage guitars with the modern playability of newer ones. The retro look is combined with patented new hardware that gives you the best of both new and old worlds. Whether your preferred genre is rock, country or jazz, we have vintage guitars for every working professional musician. If you’re looking for great features and old-school style, you’ve come to the right place. Check out all of our electric, acoustic and bass guitars!

Artists all over the world are enjoying the classic looks and premium features of Vintage Guitars. Professional players and producers working with world renown Artists like Gregg Allman, Amy Grant, Josh Turner, and many  more, rely on the great sound and playability of Vintage Guitars. See what they’re saying about the guitars they’re rocking out on every night!

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VintageWednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 8:45am
Ronnie Gregg with his two VINTAGE guitars on tour with Southern Accents -A Tribute to Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
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VintageWednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 4:31am
This is going to be something quite special, and we hope, the first of many events of its kind.

Vintage Guitars 'Something for the Weekend...' Acoustic Evening Concert ~ Saturday 25 May 2019, 7:30PM

Vintage Guitars presents an evening concert with a quartet of the UK's finest acoustic guitarists.

Acoustic troubadour Gordon Giltrap MBE famed for penning 'Heartsong', the original theme tune to the BBC's Holiday program, will be joined by three fellow Vintage endorsees and luminaries of the acoustic guitar fraternity.

Paul Brett acoustic guitar historian and aficionado, is widely regarded as one of the finest 12 string guitarists in the world; Paul is also the designer of a series of best-selling Vintage acoustic guitars and he will perform using a selection of his signature instruments.

Carrie Martin, the First Lady of Vintage guitars, has recently had her unique brand of folk fingerpicking and ethereal vocals showcased on BBC Radio, and 2019 will see her touring her latest album 'Seductive Sky' throughout the UK, Europe and Canada.

Rory Evans is a young acoustic maestro who has to be seen to be believed. Already described as 'a frightening mix of Jerry Reed and Tommy Emmanuel,' Rory's incendiary playing has generated wild critical acclaim. Combining lightening fast picking, impossible accuracy and a devilish sense of humour, Rory's acoustic guitar talents will amuse, enthral and enrapture.

In addition to the evening concert, Vintage guitars will host 'Something for the weekend...' guitar show at St. Mary's - A Creative Space, during Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May; admission to the exhibition will be FREE OF CHARGE, with each day open to the public between 10.00am-4.00pm

Come along and sample the latest products from Vintage guitars.

There will also be an opportunity for show-goers to meet the performing concert artists during the exhibition days across the weekend.

Tickets for the acoustic concert on Saturday evening are £12.50 and are available here tinyurl.com/VintageSFTW
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VintageTuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 6:56am
Killer pic of Dan Silvestri playing his VINTAGE US Pro Shop V4 at the 70000TONS of Metal Cruise. Modded by Kevin Easton.
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VintageTuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 4:55am
UK rock n rollas - look who's coming back this springtime!

When we say Porcelain! - you say....

If you didn't manage to catch Porcelain Hill on their last trip to UK and Europe, make sure you get involved this time around - it's a good time gig like no other!

Porcelain Hill Darnell Cole
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VintageMonday, February 18th, 2019 at 4:00am
Ever gone to 'do a Slash' (😏) by bending the neck of your precious string sabre and ended up with a guitar in two pieces? Or, have you ever been quietly and competently restringing your tone rod only for the high E to snap and catch you in the eyeball?

Give us your worst/best tales of guitar-based hilarity and the one who gives us the biggest laugh/shock wins a Vintage prize pack.