Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

FON X8131. Gibson's mid-century TG-50 featured the popular L-50 body mated to a 22.5" scale tenor neck. 16" archtop body with ca...
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A hot-rodded Custom Shop Gibson ES-339, with Bigsby tailpiece and Towner-tension bar, and a killer-sounding pair of cool looking L...
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Essentially a modern version of the single pickup ES-175, the Herb Ellis model filled a serious hole in the Gibson lineup upon its...
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Gibson’s ES-5 was introduced in 1949 as the electric counterpart to Gibson’s L-5 Premier. Prior it its release, the ES-350 wa...
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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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To those of us steeped in vintage Gibson history and lore, the 2009-2014 Hummingbird Pro is pretty much a reissue of the early 196...
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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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The Nashville-made Gibson 1963 ES-335 Block Reissue is the most faithful-to-the-original Block-neck 335 yet made by Gibson. The g...
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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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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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An incredibly rare guitar, the KG1 saw a production total of only two batches in the spring of 1949. Gibson built Kalamazoo-brand...
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One of two Gibson Super 400 CES electric archtops to have come in recently. This one is a custom-ordered example in wine red fini...
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