Museum: Gibson Guitars

FON 9753. The most lightly and finely built Gibson acoustics are those from 1929 and 1930, and the tone produced by instruments fr...
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FON 4659G-2. A lightly built J-35, with double scalloped tone-bars, natural finish, and a big, round neck. Almost 'Banner' in its...
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FON 2937. This guitar must have led a sheltered life. It is in remarkable condition, free from any cracks or significant playwear,...
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No FON. Now here's something special -- a crack-free, stunning, and perfectly playable script logo LG-2! As with so many '46 Gibso...
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Serial # V9147. The National 1160 is, essentially, a Gibson LG-3 with a different headstock, pickguard, and bridge. The model was...
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Serial # 70026. The A-Jr was Gibson's entry level, no-frills A style mandolin, built between 1919 and 1927. To keep the cost down,...
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FON 124C-37. A local J-35, originally sold through Beare and Son of Toronto. An exceptional example of Gibson's early 3 tone-bar J...
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Serial # 49310. The roundhole Gibson F models built in the 'teens and 'twenties are always show-stoppers here at Folkway, and thi...
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FON 741. A first-year issue L-C, with simply breathtaking looks, astounding tone, and perfect playability. The Century of Pr...
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Serial # 85119. Formerly owned by British guitar legend Steve Philips, this Loar-era L-4 graced the stage along side Mark Knopfle...
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FON 5709. Post-war Gibson Jumbos really don't get much more exciting that this '51 SJ. This guitar's magical combination of finish...
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Serial # A29382, FON T6489-26. Blond, PAFs, amazing neck, and 100% original but for slightly later Kluson tuners, this guitar need...
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