Parlor Guitars

Over the last few years the Parlor Guitar has been coming back into fashion. This board is dedicated to parlors with their strong mid-range tones, convenience and portability, their playability, and their general coolness! You might also want to check out this Parlor Guitar Database: https://parlor.guitars/list
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Martin 000-15M.   As the label implies, this guitar features a 000 (triple "O") body, which is smaller than their standard dreadnought and orchestra shapes but bigger than traditional parlor guitar shapes.  Street price: $1460.

Martin this guitar features a triple "O" body; smaller than their standard dreadnought shapes but bigger than traditional parlor guitar shapes.

Martin 0-28VS.  The shape of this acoustic guitar is inspired by the paror guitars that were prevalent from the 1870s to the early 1930s. It sports a Solid Sitka Spruce top and Solid East Indian Rosewood back & sides.  For a detailed guide to Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

Martin with a Solid Sitka Spruce Top and Solid East Indian Rosewood Back & Sides.

Martin 00-17S Whiskey Sunset. This small bodied guitar follows Martin's "Grand Concert" shape, which together with the stripped down look and the Whiskey Sunset finish, give the 00-17S an old school depression era parlor guitar appeal.

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Martin 000X1AE Acoustic-Electric Guitar.  It features the 000 platform and a smaller body design than the traditional Dreadnought, producing full, robust sound. It has a solid Sitka spruce top with mahogany-grained high pressure laminate (HPL) back and sides, It also comes with Fishman electronics.  For a Detailed Guide to Acoustic Guitars see https://www.gearank.com/guides/acoustic-guitars

The acoustic-electric guitar features a platform and a Dreadnought body design that produces a full, sustaining sound. The East Indian rosewood-grained laminate (HPL) back and sides give i

1917 Martin 0-28 Natural Acoustic Guitar, Serial # 12905. Very nice example. Beautiful and bright 100% original finish. Crack free top with only minor nicks and scratches.

1917 Martin Natural Acoustic Guitar, Serial # Very nice example. Beautiful and bright original finish. Crack free top with only minor nicks and scratches.

Takamine TF87-PT - an acoustic-electric parlor guitar. This particular parlor guitar looks closer to an old parlor guitar than a modern acoustic-electric instrument, but it still carries Takamine's characteristic clean look and preamp placement. Although Takamine have ceased production of this model you can still get it at some online music stores.

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Luna Gypsy Mahogany Parlor Guitar. It  is surprisingly elegant looking at its price tag. Its compact shape, nice looking wood grains and celtic rosette all blend together nicely resulting in a very presentable instrument that looks far more expensive than it actually is. Street Price: $179.  For a detailed guide to Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

Here is a mahogany body parlor guitar that features Luna's distinct ornamentation and appeal. It is part of the company's Gypsy series, which feature affordable acoustic guitars that cover various shapes, configurations and sizes.

Oscar Schmidt O315. This acoustic guitar is inspired by the parlor guitars that the company built in the 1920's, featuring elaborate cosmetics and traditional tonewood combination that is affordably priced.

Oscar Schmidt This acoustic guitar is inspired by the parlor guitars that the company built in the featuring elaborate cosmetics and traditional tonewood combination that is affordably priced.

Fender CP-100. This acoustic guitar was chosen as one of the top Parlor Guitars of 2016.  Street Price: $199.99.  For a detailed guide to small body Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

If you are on a quest to find the best parlor guitar, check out these standouts!

Luna Heartsong Parlor. This small body acoustic guitar comes with built-in electronics that allow for direct recording. Street Price: $255.  For a detailed guide to Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

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Alvarez Yairi PYM70. The PYM70 is part of the premium Alvarez Yairi Masterworks line, a handcrafted traditional style parlor guitar with all-solid wood construction and premium cosmetics.  For a guide to the Best Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

Alvarez Yairi PYM70. The PYM70 is part of the premium Alvarez Yairi Masterworks line, a handcrafted traditional style parlor guitar with all-solid wood construction and premium cosmetics. For a guide to the Best Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

Recording King RPH-P1. This is a popular vintage style parlor guitar with a…

Recording King This is a popular vintage style parlor guitar with a…

Recording King Dirty Thirties RPH-05. This is one of the most popular Parlor Guitars currently available - this is in no small part due to its quality construction with a Solid Spruce top for a street price of only about $200. For a detailed guide to parlor guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

This ultra affordable "blues box" comes with a solid spruce top and vintage style sunburst finish. It is reminiscent of the mail order parlor guitars that were available back in the early parts of this century, but with modern reliability and playability.

Recording King Dirty Thirties RPH-07 Harmonella 0. Recording King describes this parlor guitar as a throwback to the dry and throaty sounding department-store instruments that became the favorite of many blues players. For a detailed guide to The Best Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

Recording King Dirty Thirties RPH-07 Harmonella 0. Recording King describes this parlor guitar as a throwback to the dry and throaty sounding department-store instruments that became the favorite of many blues players. For a detailed guide to The Best Parlor Guitars see https://parlor.guitars/blog/roundup-best-parlor-guitars

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