Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

FON 551B-12. Some time ago a gentleman and his college-aged daughter visited us from a small town about 30 miles from the store....
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FON Z1974-13. Hereís a guitar that was brought to us recently by the fellow who bought it new in 1952, when he was 11 years old....
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FON U681-13. With its nice mid-range punch, clearly defined bass and very round and full trebles, this Gibson LG-2 is a top notch...
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FON 9??8, Serial number N/A. A wonderfully responsive, lightweight guitar, this small-body mahogany Nick Lucas Special has a spac...
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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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Serial # 67438. A beautiful, completely original sunburst J-200. No cracks, no internal repairs, and no modifications. Gorgeous...
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FON 1031. One of the most beguiling sounds youíll hear on a visit to Folkway these days is this small-burst Gibson tenorís voice...
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Serial # V14626. Built by Gibson but branded National, the National 1145 most closely resembles a Gibson L-50, but with a cosmeti...
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Serial # 9036 It is incredible to think about all the music that this Gibson A3, now well past 100 years old, has made through it...
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Serial # 191418. With a long-neck design inspired by Pete Seegerís Vega banjos, home-made long necks, and his unique playing styl...
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Serial # 196916. The B-25 was the new name given to the LG-2 in 1962, when the model was given a bit of a cosmetic makeover that...
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FON Illegible. Here's a player's Gibson Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe that was converted to Spanish-style a couple of decades ago. The...
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