Weekend guitar shopping at Folkway Music in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Here we have a 1964.65 Toastmaster, a 1968 Gibson ES-175 in near mint condition, a 1927 Washburn Type A, and a trio of acoustic guitars: to the left is an original 1930s Cromwell, made by Gibson during the depression. The two on the right are modern Collings “Waterloo” repros of the Cromwell, which itself was a budget version of a Gibson L-00.
The other photos were taken in nearby St Jacobs, Ontario. It’s a quaint small village full of boutiques and shops that sell local arts art, crafts and antiques.