Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

FON 9??8, Serial number N/A. A wonderfully responsive light-weight guitar, this small-body mahogany Nick Lucas Special has a spaci...
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FON 150C-14. The Gibson-built Recording King M-4 was produced for Montgomery Ward between 1937 and 1939. The model, originally ca...
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No FON. Gibsonís maple banner models were produced towards the end of 1943 and into í44, by our best guesses. South American lum...
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FON V7372-30. The Gibson L-48 was the companyís most affordable post-war archtop, produced from 1946 into the late 1960ís. The g...
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FON V4838-15. The ETG-150 was, essentially, a dressed-up tenor-necked version of Gibsonís popular ES-125 electric archtop, and wa...
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Serial # 849359. Itís called the king of the flat-tops, and has been played by a laundry list of the most famous names in music....
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Serial # 533140. The RB-250 is Gibson's most-popular post-war 5 string. Introduced in the mid 1950ís and still in production tod...
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Serial # 10131012. The modern Gibson AJ combines Gibsonís wide-X scalloped bracing, a long-scale neck, and rosewood back and side...
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