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Contact & Links

If you have enjoyed visiting this Broadway guitars site and have any suggestions about how it could be improved or have any contributions to make towards it, I will be most happy to hear from you.


If you have any memories about your Broadway guitar,  or have any photos that you'd like to contribute to this web , again, I will be more than happy to accommodate.


Please note that I do not give valuations of Broadway guitars! I am happy to give advice about the guitar's condition and prices obtained on other Broadway guitars sold on various on-line auction sites in the past. Whilst this information might give an indication of value, my advice is given in good faith and not as an optimum sale price!



I can also make up a reproduction

Broadway guitar headstock logo  for you. 


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Reg Godwin's provision of some facts and photos  have been greatly appreciated. 

Please take time to visit Reg's site, dedicated to another British iconic guitar and amp range, Watkins and WEM. Go to


Many thanks to Guy Mackenzie, who has helped and provided some images and invaluable contributions for use on this site. Guy has an ever growing collection of stunning guitars, including several Broadways, which can be found at:


Project Guitar Parts is run by Alan and Helen Exley. Alan himself manufactures repro tremolo arms, supplies vintage repro scratchplates, knobs, control panels and switches and much more (in fact, just about anything to help with your vintage guitar project)

Steve Russell has a brilliant site dedicated to the world of vintage Hofner guitars. Steve's first guitar was a Broadway Plectric 1921 model, in 1962 and he is still an enthusiast.


Paul Day has made a great contribution. Paul (guitar guru, guitarist and author of 'The Ultimate Guitar Book', contributor to 'Classic Guitars of the '50s' and 'Classic Guitars of the '60s​) has contributed to both Guy Mackenzie's website and to Reg Godwin's, particularly in terms of guitar history. I've used some of Paul's expertise in this website and my thanks goes to him for this.

Nataniel DeMont has an interesting site dedicated to Guyatone Guitars, especially those from the 'golden age' of the '60s and '70s and including Broadways. Go to

Nate's own guitar company site can be found at

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