Fretboard Summit poster hanging at Old Style.
Old Style Guitar Shop swag.
Anyone need a drummer in a box? Vintage Hammond Auto Vari 64 for sale.
Perhaps the wildest (and easily the heaviest) instrument brought in by our readers: An Epiphone Varichord lap steel.
No, the Epiphone Varichord doesn't have a built in calculator. These levers allow you to adjust the pitch on each of the seven strings.
At some point, the most gorgeous Wayne Henderson guitar came through the door.
Session guitar great Bob Bain with musician and FJ contributor Skip Simmons.
One reader brought in this lovely Harwood guitar. We featured Harwoods and their story in the FJ #23.
There was no shortage of interesting instruments brought in for show & tell. Here's Phil Lesh's old bass. The Alembic pickups are currently housed in another bass owned by the owner.
Packed house for Adam Levy and Jay Bellarose. The pair recently completed a recording session together, which we can't wait to hear.
The outside of Old Style.
Mike Adams (Mike & Mike's Guitar Bar co-owner) holds Mason Stoops' 1952 Blackguard. The guitar sports a refin but the body is dated 12-4-52 and signed by Tadeo Gomez.
Rebecca Schiffman performing.
Mike Viola performing.
Mike Viola's vintage Gibson sports a few bruises.
Joseph Bradshaw and Mason Stoops performed. Bradshaw sported one of the most classic country voices we've ever heard.
In addition to running a store, Cox has his own line of affordable handmade instruments.
It's not a party until the banjos show up: Tom Marion and David Volk performing.
Skip Heller and the legendary Tom Marion perform.
Ethan Sherman and Mason Stoops sounded terrific together. Here, Sherman is playing Stoops 1952 Telecaster, while Stoops plays Mike Adam's 1961 Jazzmaster.
One lucky reader brought out not only a Slingerland 400 lap steel (shown) but also a matching Slingerland 401 Spanish style guitar.
A Slingerland 401 Spanish style guitar. Easily one of the earliest solid body electric guitars ever built, circa 1936.
You've heard of through-body necks. The neck and body on the Slingerland 401 are one piece!
FJ publisher Jason Verlinde talks shop next to a whiteface Gibson A-3 for sale.
Tom Marion and friends.
Todd Wisenbaker brought the volume and the vintage Guitar Center satin jacket to the stage.
Packed crowd at Old Style.