The Fretdancer guitar museum features an array of vintage acoustic guitars. Many of these are extremely rare guitars played by the great Blues Legends, prior to playing Gibsons and Martins. With over 100 items in their collection this is a must see museum for the guitar enthusiast.
Gibson Guitar Museum
Guitar Museums Online Series Presents "The History of the Gibson Guitar". This online museum contains photos and narration which are educational as well as entertaining.
Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
The "Timeline of Art History" contains a variety of guitars from many regions of the world, with an emphasis on the Baroque period. The collection assists in educating the novice about the history of the guitar and allows the guitar aficionado the pleasure of viewing some of the most spectacular pieces of plucked string instruments ever made.
TheMomi.org - Museum of Musical Instruments
The Museum of Musical Instruments (MoMI) gives you an opportunity to examine, explore, and experience examples of 19th and 20th century musical instruments. Hank Risan and Bianca Soros built MoMI, a virtual museum, to reach a large audience of music lovers throughout the world.
Burns Guitar Museum
The Burns Guitar Museum offers an extensive collection of guitar history, education and guitar aesthetics.
The Carvin Guitar Museum
The Carvin Musical Instrument Museum offers an all inclusive history of Carvin Musical Instruments, including guitars and basses, mandolins, steel guitars and other items.They feature an "in stock" archive which displays several hundred guitars and basses and a very interesting section that showcases interesting guitars spotted on ebay.
Guitar Collections is a website that allows a different collector, every month, to feature their Flying V collection.
Bernie Marsdens' Guitar Collection
Bernie Marsden has an impressive collection of guitars which can be viewed online or on a cd rom available for purchase. His collection includes vintage guitars as well as modern instant classics. This is a collection that shouldn't be missed.
Phil Brodie's Guitar Collection
Phil Brodie has an enticing collection of guitars which, over the last forty years, have given him and many others so much joy. He invites all music lovers to come experience the excitement of viewing his collection. Check out his interview in "Guitar and Bass" magazine, March 2007, Vol 18- No. 2.
Butch Moore's Grammer Guitar Collection
Butch Moore has an extensive Grammar Guitar collection. All are playable with the exception of the "Split" model due to a broken headstock, and a couple of the Grammer's displayed are not "strung" for playing.
Hofner Guitar Miscellany
The Hofner Guitar Miscellany is Steve Russell's vintage Hofner web site for vintage guitar buffs. There are plenty of photos of old Hofner guitars from the 50's and 60's, together with sections on Selmer, Watkins/WEM, Bird, Fenton-Weill, Grampion, Dallas, and Elpico Amps.
Rob Wesley's Guitar Page
Rob Wesley's guitar collection features many photos of his personal guitars-- whether for playing or for repair projects. Some of the guitars in his collection are available for purchase.
Early Romantic Guitar
The EarlyRomanticGuitar.com web site was created out of a desire to find good information about the guitar practices, composers, and instruments of the early 19th century (known also as the Early Romantic Guitar era). This is a central web site that brings together diverse and widespread information. It is an educational overview of the early romantic 19th century guitar. The target audience is the guitarist who wants to learn more about this genre, but does not have much information or access to instruments.
Ronnie Rogers' Guitar Collection
Ronnie Rogers' Guitar Collection started when he received his first guitar in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1979. This photo collection contains everything from Electra to Ibanez. He shares not only his guitarrs in this collection but also a bit of his life as well.
My Vintage Guitars
Dann Dunn is an avid photographer and has taken some wonderful photos of his vintage and custom guitars. From a 1919 Martin to an 1994 Wes Brandt, his collection spans nearly 75 years. They are available for viewing in this online collection.
Vintage Instruments Museum
Players Vintage Instruments would like to welcome you to view their personal collection of vintage guitars, mandolins, banjos, and other instruments . Martin, Gibson, Epiphone, Fender, and Vega are but a few of the names included in this collection. Some items are available for purchase.
The Mandolin Collection
The Mandolin Collection contains photos of an many interesting mandolins spanning many time periods. The photos are for reference and interest but not for sale. Interesting items available for viewing include a mandolin/violin, a 12 string mandriola, a Knutson style Harp mandolin, a Framus 12 string mandolin, and many others.
The Mandolin Archive
The Mandolin Archive is the brain child of Dan Beimborn. Originally, this archive was going to include only old Gibson mandolins, but so much enthusiasm from viewers has inspired Dan to include a collection of stringed instruments with contributions from collectors all over the world. Check out the Mandolin Cafe while you're there.
The Banjo Ukulele is a retailer of banjo ukuleles made by Ludwig, Gibson, Dallas and others, but also include a collection of George Formby's banjo ukes.
This website is dedicated to photos and descriptions of the many banjos in Bill's collection, along with a few other vintage instruments. The author hopes that other collectors might follow suit and share photos and information on their banjos. The collection spans the period from the 1860’s to the 1920’s. Banjos are listed alphabetically by manufacturer or brand name and there are many of them.
Ukecat Ukulele Museum
Alan Bond's Ukecat Ukulele Museum has over 60 ukuleles by such names as Martin, Kamaka, and others. There are some wild designs in this collection!
The Mandolin Museum is made up of mandolin pictures that Alan Bond has collected over the years. Enjoy an F-hole Mandolin museum, a Lloyd Loar F-5 Master Mandolin, and many others on this site.
Notecannons (National Steel Guitar)
NoteCannons presents a pictorial history of the National brand name, dating from the 1920s through to the present day. Paul Wheldon supplied many of the pictures on this site. There are many single cone and tri-cone Nationals here, as well as National mandolins.
Alroys Amazing Out-of-Control Guitar Collection
Alroy claims to own several million musical instruments. Some available for viewing on this website include a Kent electric guitar, a Vantage bass, a mystery Epiphone, a Fender 70's Strat, a Gibson Les Paul Studio, an Epiphone Sheraton II, a Tyler Mountain bouzouki, a Walnut Fender Strat, and many, many more.