Welcome to RetroFret! Welcome to RetroFret!

We've been busy! While being closed to the general public throughout the COVID-19 emergency the folks at Retrofret have been working to maintain a safe environment. All surfaces are vigilantly cleaned on a regular basis. The HVAC has always been HEPA filtered but now has hospital grade, high intensity UV disinfecting units in all the duct work. All areas also have stand alone Ion filtration air handlers. The Retrofret team alternates half the week working by remote and wears face coverings at all times while on site. Lots of hand sanitizer, too!

Our plan is to stayed closed to the general public into the Fall. We are still shipping at a brisk pace. The repair shop is catching up with what had been an eight month backlog of work. Appointments can now be made (on a limited one person at a time basis) to visit the showroom. Face coverings are required at all times. Please call to schedule a showroom appointment, inquire about making a purchase, ask service questions or to pick up a completed repair. As always, we are interested in purchasing or consignment of vintage guitars, amps, banjos, mandolins and basses.

Take care, stay healthy, and best regards!

Steve Uhrik and the Retrofret team.

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Premier  Twin 12  Formerly owned by Steely Dan
Gibson  Firebird III Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1967)
Rickenbacker  Model A-22 7-String Lap Steel Electric Guitar  (1934)
Vega  FW-5  Folk Wonder 5 String Banjo  (1963)
Fender  Telecaster Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1952)
Steve Carr  Mini-335 Owned and used by Elliott Sharp Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1981)
Fender  Telecaster Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1965)
S. S. Stewart  Lady Stewart #2 5 String Banjo (1899)
S. S. Stewart  Champion #2 5 String Banjo ,  c. 1892
Fender  Mustang Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1965)
C. F. Martin  000-18 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar  (1962)
Gibson  GA-8T Discoverer Tremolo Tube Amplifier (1964)
Gibson  GA-8 Discoverer Tube Amplifier (1961)
Fender  Stratocaster Non Tremolo Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1958)
Gibson  BR-6 Tube Amplifier (1951)
Epiphone  Broadway Arch Top Acoustic Guitar  (1939)
DeArmond  Rhythm Chief Model 1100 Archtop Guitar Pickup,  c. 1965
DeArmond  FH-C Guitar Mike Archtop Guitar Pickup (1960s)
Gibson  ES-140 Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Guitar  (1956)
Guild  M-65 Freshman Owned and Used by Elliott Sharp Thinline Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1962)
Gibson  L-00 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar  (1931)
Gibson  MB-1 Mandolin Banjo  (1933)
Fender  Stratocaster Solid Body Electric Guitar  (1969)
Kalamazoo  KG-14 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar  (1942)
Fender  Telecaster
Fender  Precision Bass Solid Body Electric Bass Guitar  (1953)
Gibson  SG Standard
Fender  Champ 5E1 Tube Amplifier (1957)
Fender  Champ-Amp 5C1 Tube Amplifier (1953)
Gibson  ES-330TC Thinline Hollow Body Electric Guitar  (1960)