Museum: Gibson Guitars

Gibson’s LG-1 is the ladder-braced sibling of the LG-2. Amazing to think that the LG-1 was a less expensive guitar than an LG-2...
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Gibson’s CS-336 lefty is quite a different guitar than the ES-339, although at first glance this might not be apparent. Both gu...
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This guitar arrived at Folkway on trade, with no pickguard or tuners, and with terrible frets. It had a reglued top center seam a...
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A one owner, amazingly clean, crack-free and totally original small-bridge J-45. A clear, powerful, loud, and quick guitar, with f...
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Here's a mint-condition 1997 Gibson Historic Reissue Les Paul Standard R8 for your consideration. It's a fairly early one, and...
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A remarkably open, dark, rich and resonant ‘teen’s Gibson H-1 Mandola, and an inspiring instrument to play. Previously owned...
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An incredible sounding, one-owner, first year SG body, early 1961 Gibson Les Paul Standard. Consigned with us by the wife of its...
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In his never-ending quest for feedback-free high-volume playing Chet Atkins had his say in the design of many instruments over th...
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Gibson’s ES-125 is a perfect choice for blues and rockabilly players thanks to its neck-position hot P-90 pickup and full-depth...
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Gibson’s 1929-30 TB-2 was marketed as Gibson’s highest-priced non-Mastertone model in 1930. It featured a bound walnut resona...
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FON 768-5. A one-family-owned mid 1930's banjo, this MB-3 was the pride and joy of a radio musician from the mining town of Timmi...
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A simply appointed Gibson Tenor Ukulele from the early 1960’s, the TU-1 features a lightly built unbound mahogany body, thin sat...
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