Ephemera: More Good Oldies

This '60s Canadian couple goes through the agonizing photo-while-folksinging process with a Gibson Hummingbird. Too bad it's the version with the ceramic saddle for the adjustable bridge. Pingpingpingslinkslinkchippachippa...


1960s Harmony H162 000-Size Flattop Guitar

1951 Gibson LG-1 (X-Braced Conversion) Flattop Guitar

1949 Epiphone Blackstone Carved-Top Archtop Guitar

1920s Lyon & Healy American Conservatory Fretless (Modded) Tenor Banjo

Local Flavor: Summer Solstice

We Wildwoods always have a bonfire for the solstice. The kids both got flower crowns but the wifey and I were foxes, as usual. We have a resident fox living up behind the shop who comes down to visit when the garden gets watered in the evenings -- so it's appropriate.


2005 Beltona Southerner Fiberglass Resonator Guitar

1980s Atlas D-469 Dreadnought Guitar

2004 Taylor 414CE-L7 Grand Auditorium Flattop Guitar

1923 Gibson TB-Jr Tenor Banjo (Banjo-Uke Setup)

Back in the Shack: 1950s Vega Baritone Ukulele

The customer who owned this (a tenor guitar player) decided bari wasn't for him and so he traded it into me. I've enjoyed for a few weeks but I'm really a soprano uke guy (I don't own any other kinds, I have to admit), so it's a bit out of my wheelhouse. The bottom line is that this is an excellent baritone with a fan-braced top and crack-free, solid mahogany body. The neck is nice and quick, too -- and straight.