Hagstroms for Sale

1969 H II N – Sunburst – #768071
This is a rare “transition” H II N. It is one of only 250 H II Ns made from late 1969 to early 1970. I was made early enough in ...
$750.00
1972 Hagstrom H II –Birch Red Burst – #822079
This is the coolest H II that I have ever seen! This is from the last production batch of the single-coil H IIs. It has several features I had not ...
$650.00
1979 Hagstrom Partner – Red – #52...
According to Hagstrom records, only 437 Partner guitars were made using a variety of parts and influences from previous models.  Essentially the Partner is an H II N with the ...
$850.00
1963 Kent Cromwell – Red – #563182
This is a Hagstrom guitar that you don’t see every day.  According to the book SuperSwede De Luxe, copyright 2020 by Mikael Jansson, p. 47: “Some 200 Kent guitars were also ...
$550.00
1966 Hagstrom I B – White – #690552
This H I B from late 1966 is in excellent condition.  Like its partner, the white 6 string also listed,  the vinyl on the back could use some cleaning, but ...
$550.00
1976 Hagstrom Jimmy – Sunburst – #53-965107
A very nice looking and Playing “Jimmy” from the first run in the 70’s. This instrument is in good to very good condition depending on how you value its assets ...
$1,100.00
The Last Jimmy Oval Hole Archtop -1979
#53-057100was the last guitar Hagstrom crafted in the third run of oval hole “Jimmys”.  These instruments are the same materials and dimensions as the better known ‘F’ hole “D’Aquistos” except ...
$2,500.00
The First Jimmy Oval Hole Archtop – 1977
#53-987001 was the first guitar Hagstrom crafted in the first of the 3 runs of oval hole “Jimmys”.  These instruments are the same materials and dimensions as the better known ...
$2,500.00
1968 Viking 1 – Ribbon Mahogany or is it Bubinga?
A beautiful transition model 60’s Viking in near mint condition – very rare.  Additional photos and details available upon request.
$950.00
Rare Jimmy D’Aquisto Handmade Hagstrom Prototype
This instrument was handmade by Jimmy D’Aquisto in Alvaden, Sweden in the late 1960’s while instructing the Hagstom employees on how to make the archtop guitar they wanted to add ...
Accepting All Reasonable Offers
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