Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

FON 19480-24. Gibsonís L-30 is a small-bodied arch-top guitar with flat maple back and matching sides, carved spruce top, and sunb...
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Hereís a guitar thatís got pretty much everything going for it. Tone, looks, and feel are all just right, and itís darn near impos...
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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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Serial # A-25800. Introduced alongside the Byrdland in 1955, the ES-350T was one of Gibsonís first thin-bodied guitars. And s...
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Serial # 351996. A rare variant of the ES-125, the ES-125CD is much more akin to an early 1950ís ES-175D than any other version o...
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FON 918? The natural finished Recording King M-3 was built by Gibson for Mongomery Ward for a short while in the late 1930ís. Mo...
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FON U2536. One of those rare, rare guitars that have survived the years as if they hadnít happened. This í57 Southern Jumbo is a...
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The J-45 Custom is a highly dressed up take on Gibsonís classic J-45 model. Itís built with rosewood back and sides like the Adva...
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Serial # 17619. An amazingly complete, original, and intact A-1, built over a hundred years ago! This Gibson mandolin has surviv...
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Serial # 12821. For many tone-seekers, the voice of a Ďteens Gibson Mandola is a hard thing to better. The H-2 is something like...
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Serial # 12360017. A very fine sounding J-45 with classic good looks, Gibson feel, and built-in LR Baggs pickup. The guitar is i...
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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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