The Twelfth Fret
The Twelfth Fret
(416) 423-2132
Toronto, Ontario
7:15 AM
12-6 Monday to Thursday 12-7 Friday 11-5 Saturdays Closed Sundays

1. We accept Visa and Mastercard through our secure online payment processor. We do use 3d Secure, aka Verified by Visa and Mastercard Secure Code. If the card cannot be verified through this method, shipping delays may occur. 2. We accept wire transfers - please contact us for details. 3. We do not accept cheques. Our banks hold cheques far too long for this to be useful. 4. In person we're happy to accept cash or verified debit cards. 5. Normally, on our own website ( we list prices primarily in Canadian dollars. On Gbase, we've converted the Canadian prices to US dollars at a 1.3% exchange rate. This rate is subject to change, reflecting current currency conversion rates.

Our primary carrier is FedEx. We also use Canada Post where rates or delivery schedules may provide better service to our customers. While we try hard to ship promptly, we will hold shipments if we determine that weather issues may cause damage to the shipped item.

Returns of Guitars, mandolins, banjos, amplifiers etc. All sales are final. We have a no-returns policy with a number of exceptions. To view our full return policy, and Terms and Conditions, please see the page at the link below:

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2007 Bourgeois Signature D

This Bourgeois Signature D features an Adirondack Spruce Madagascar Rosewood, dates to 2007 from Lewiston, Maine, has excellent tone and looks nearly new. Dana Bourgeois is well known for his skill at voicing guitar tops and it really shows on this fantastic guitar. Based on the standard 'D' or Dreadnought body style, this one has crisp brilliant highs and represents all of the spectrum. It...
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1955 Harmony Stratotone H-44

In the mid 1950's, solidbody electric guitars were really taking off, faster than major manufacturers could produce them. Guitars like this Harmony Stratotone H44 were very popular, as they were more readily available and cheaper than the models produced by Gibson or Fender. Harmony, based in Chicago, Illinois, mass produced thousands of guitars a year for the rapidly growing American guitar...
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1976 Gibson Firebird Bicentennial Limited Edition

The Gibson Firebird appeared in 1963 and while it wasn't as popular as other models, it did take a prominent place in recording studios, especially Motown. In popular images, the Firebird might be most associated with Johhny Winter, Eric Clapton and Allen Collins of Lynyrd Skynrd. But off camera, the Firebird appeared on many sessions and hit records with Dennis Coffey and Eddie Willis, key parts...
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1976 Gibson Thunderbird Bicentennial Bass

The Gibson Thunderbird Bicentennial, as seen here, is a fairly rare bird. The Thunderbird Bicentellial Bass was built between 1976 and 1979 for a total production run of 1,855 units to commemmorate the 200th Anniversary of the US Declaration of Independence. In black or 'ebony', 91 were made in 1976 and a total of 411 over the entire run. Highly distinctive, the Thunderbird Bicentennial is...
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