Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

FON 13. Among the finest L-bodied Gibsons ever built are those branded Kel Kroydon – built between 1929 and ’33. Kel Kroydon was G...
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FON Illegible. A wonderful sounding late ‘Banner’ LG-2 with quintessential Wartime Gibson tone. A very strong guitar, with the a...
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No FON. The maple banner Gibson models have an entirely unique voice amongst flattops. They are very loud and punchy instruments...
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2007 Epiphone John Lennon 1965 Casino. Serial number 328 of 1965 total production. The Limited production 1965 John Lennon Casin...
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Serial # 80705527. A left-handed Flying V. Is there really anything else that needs to be said?! Aged white finish, set-in ne...
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Serial # 10894002. Gibson’s J-45 TV (True Vintage) pays homage to the wartime ‘banner’ J-45. The guitar is very lightly construc...
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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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FON 97?7. The Kel Kroydon KK-10 Tenor banjo was based on Gibson’s popular TB-1. The instrument features an 11” maple rim with rol...
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Serial # 75852. Introduced in 1912, the L-4 was Gibson’s finest guitar offering until Lloyd Loar’s signed L-5 arrived ten years l...
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In factory-perfect condition, there’s little about this Les Paul that suggests it’s a used guitar. Frets and finish show close to...
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X8066. An exceptionally good sounding small-guard Gibson J-50 in nearly perfect condition. The guitar has classic Gibson warmth...
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A great looking sunburst ES-335 lefty, set-up by our in-house lefty, and ready to roll. Gibson never made too many lefties back i...
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