Museum: Archtop Guitars

Gibson’s ES-140 ¾ T is a fully hollow, thin body ¾ sized archtop. Dressed in ES-125 appointments, the 140 ¾ looks a lot like...
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With its regal looks, exceptional tone and gorgeous original hardshell case, this 1941 Gibson L-7 is a very enticing guitar. It...
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Gibson offered the fully-hollow thin body ES-175T for a short time in the late 1970’s. The guitar was spec’d nearly identical...
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What an incredible Jazz guitar! This L-5 CES is nothing short of spectacular in every way imaginable. Master-grade tonewoods and...
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With its single DeArmond Gold Foil pickup, full hollow single-cut body and shorter 24” scale length there’s nothing else out t...
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A great looking, jazz-voiced, early Guild T-100. Introduced in 1958, the T-100 (aka the Slim Jim) was a popular thin-bodied lamin...
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The Gibson L4C is the acoustic sister to the electric ES-175 model, but built with a solid carved spruce top and tone-bar bracing....
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A big 17” archtop built by Kay in Chicago in the mid 1950’s. This is a surprisingly great sounding archtop with lots of volu...
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The Epiphone Masterbuilt Broadway was a professional archtop model built from the early 1930’s on. The Broadway changed signifi...
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The Hagstrom Vikings are some of the best sounding off-brand vintage guitars on the scene; and 5 minutes with this guitar would ma...
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1957 was the year Humbuckers were unveiled at Gibson, and all of the company’s high-end guitars we’re fitted with the new hum-...
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Respectfully to all the folks who have bought 17” Gibson Archtops from us over the years, this 1949 playworn L7 is likely the be...
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