Vintage Instruments for Sale

Coming Soon:

Original Prototype Ike Everly Guitar #one. Autographed by many celebrities - Johnny Cash, Chet Atkins, Everly Brothers, etc. See photo below.

Partial list of signatures on Ike Everly Guitar #one (1st Prototype):

The Beach Boys, The Brothers Four (Flick, Foley, Paine, Haworth), America, Pat Alger, Jim Hatlo (Jimmy's son), Three Dog Night, Country Joe (McDonald), David Bromberg, Tommy Roe, The Crickets (Allison, Payne, Mauldin), Frankie Avalon, The Everly Brothers (twice) & band members, David Grisman (twice) & band members, Jim & Jesse McReynolds & band members, John Sebastian, The Kingston Trio (Shane, Reynolds, Stewart, Haworth), Quarterflash (Marv & Rindy Ross, Jack Charles, Mel Kubik), Craig Carothers, Tim Ellis, C. F. Martin IV, Donovan, Kurt Vonnegut, John Callahan (cartoonist), Peter Rowan, John Monteleone (luthier), Roy Frizzell (Lefty's 1st cousin), Billy Hinsche ("Billy" of Dino, Desi & Billy), Wayne Charvel (designer of Charvel Guitars), "Dennis" (Kucinich, Presidential Candidate), Randy Sparks, Barry McGuire, Fritz Richmond (Kweskin's Jug player), Bill Bush (author), Turtle Vandemarr, Eric Schoenberg, Richard Hoover (luthier, Santa Cruz Guitars), Lonnie Turner (Steve Miller Band), Tom Wheeler (author), etc., as well as a few artists & friends no longer with us: Mike Longworth, Mimi Farina, Johnny Cash, Bill Monroe, Richard Schneider (luthier), Ken White (luthier), Stan "Whitey" Fafara, Terry Demezas (luthier), Irving Sloane (author), Johnnie Ray, Chet Atkins, Keith McReynolds (Jesse's son), Carl Wilson (The Beach Boys).

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Steinegger Vintage Guitars at Other Web Sites:

Ike Everly guitar #48 is for sale at Cotten Music Center in Nashville. Click this link:

and scroll down to "ADDITIONAL SMALL SHOP AND HANDMADE GUITARS", and then down to "Steinegger Ike Everly Guitar". Since I no longer build these, I try to locate them for anyone looking for one. This is only one of two that was made with figured Hawaiian Koa wood. If the purchaser contacts me, I will provide a new set of Gold Grover tuners (much nicer than the type I originally used on this) at no cost. Please note that I have no other involvement with this transaction.

Vintage Instruments in progress (photos to follow soon):

1940-41 Recording King (by Gibson) Roy Smeck A-104 arch-top electric
1963 Guild F-30NT (with earlier Epiphone style peghead)
Old "0" size Indian Rosewood (rare from this period- 1920's?) Parlor Guitar with Abalone top and soundhole inlay, newly restored with "X" bracing
1958 Epiphone (by Gibson) Texan with rare original New York Epiphone neck-obviously a transitional model. Has some damage (extra holes drilled into head), but is structurally sound and sounds great. New bridge and refret

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