The Jetsons Collection

    Something you’d see in a Montgomery Ward catalogue in the ‘50s and ‘60s, the original model was the weapon of choice for many blues players of the time, including JB Hutto to whom this model is often attributed. Since then, musicians such as Jack White, PJ Harvey, Calexico and more have discovered the charms and unique character of the Airline guitar.

    AIRLINE 59 2P PRO

    Updated for the modern working musician, this machine introduces all the right touches in all the right places. You want iconic Valco style in a stage and studio-ready guitar? Look no further. 

    AIRLINE 59 3P DLX PRO

    The ‘59 3P DLX PRO gives it all - the historic and showstopping Airline ‘59 body shape, a Bigsby tailpiece, and flexible controls will command attention from any audience and have fellow artists itching to experiment.

    The Map Collection

    The Airline Map design is our tribute to the ever-stylish National Newport -- or Map Guitar -- from the 1960s. Icons of the studio and stage have recognized the draw of the vintage National guitars’ Valco designs, from The Cure’s Robert Smith to The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach.

    The Montgomery Collection

    During the '50s and '60s, "Airline" brand guitars were built by Valco, Kay, and Harmony, and distributed throughout the US by Montgomery Ward. These guitars were often identical, with only a headstock logo to differentiate them. The Montgomery Collection features modern recreations of these iconic models, all with improvements for the modern player.

    The Heritage Collection

    The Heritage Collection is a treasure trove of tributes to vintage Airline Guitars you won't find anywhere else. From the fully hollow Airline Tuxedo to the ultra-short scale Pocket Bass, the Heritage Collection has got something for everyone.


    All Airline