Museum: Gibson Guitars

Here's a guitar that's got pretty much everything going for it. Tone, looks, and feel are all just right, and it's darn near impos...
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FON 9644. We have long sourced the finest sounding vintage Gibson flat tops for this website. We've played, restored, measured,...
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No FON. A particularly attractive late 40's LG-2, with its weathered reddish-brown sunburst finish, small pickguard and bridge, a...
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Serial # 75852. Introduced in 1912, the L-4 was Gibson's finest guitar offering until Lloyd Loar's signed L-5 arrived ten years l...
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FON EG-6903. Among the most striking versions of the L-00 is the late 1930's Firestripe-on-black L-0 / L-00. A gorgeous guitar,...
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Serial # A-3122. After L-5, the L-7 was Gibson's highest-level 17" acoustic archtop guitar. Built quite similarly to the more exp...
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Serial #500339. Completely original and in quite excellent condition, this LP Deluxe should turn a few cranks among our website fa...
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FON 1078B-7. The very first J-35 model guitars are most easily differentiated from those built later by their absence of back bo...
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Serial # 67438. A beautiful, completely original sunburst J-200. No cracks, no internal repairs, and no modifications. Gorgeous...
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FON 1031. One of the most beguiling sounds you'll hear on a visit to Folkway these days is this small-burst Gibson tenor's voice...
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Serial # 196916. The B-25 was the new name given to the LG-2 in 1962, when the model was given a bit of a cosmetic makeover that...
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Serial # V14626. Built by Gibson but branded National, the National 1145 most closely resembles a Gibson L-50, but with a cosmeti...
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