Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

Gibson’s F-5 Fern is a vintage-style F-5 that’s inspired by the company’s ‘Fern’ F-5 instruments signed by Lloyd Loar in...
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Gibson’s Humbucker-equipped ES-175D hasn’t much changed much in the last 60 or so years; and it still remains one of the most...
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One of the more unique amplifiers that Gibson produced during the 1960’s the GA30RVT featured 12” and 10” Jensen speakers, r...
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Gibson’s F-25 was designed to appeal to the folk musicians of the early 1960s. Similar to Martin’s New Yorker models, the F-2...
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A very fine sounding J-45 with a dark warmth and plenty of 50’s Gibson thump. Balanced and expressive, quite open and resonant,...
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A powerful, throaty, and fat sounding J-45, with beautiful mid-range presence and plenty of support on either end of the spectrum....
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A beguiling tenor guitar from Gibson’s finest period, this TG-1 features a delicate and light build, gorgeous hand-rubbed sunbur...
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Gibson’s CF-100 was introduced in 1950 and has the distinction of being the world’s first cut-away flat-top acoustic guitar in...
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Introduced in mid-'57, the EH-500 Skylark became Gibson's most popular steel, sharing the futuristic look and Korina body used by...
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With its low C stringing and unison strings tuned in 5ths, a mandocello has an amazingly unique and beguiling tone. The second la...
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Built by Gibson in its Kalamazoo factory, the Epiphone FT-45 N Cortez is identical to Gibson’s B-25N, but for its headstock and...
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A quite-wonderful sounding mid 1950’s Gibson SJ that’s just had a neck reset and refret here at Folkway. With excellent playab...
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1964 Gibson ES-355. Stereo, Bigsby. This one wasn’t ready for this morning’s Gibson family portrait, but no reun… https://t.co/Z8wkyp3mFQ