Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

Banner-era Gibsons come in all sorts of variations – from maple to mahogany, red and Sitka spruce, different neck specs, and bri...
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Introduced in 1963, the Firebird series of guitars featured a neck-through body design, a unique body shape with a reversed look a...
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The first Long & McQuade retail store opened in Toronto in 1957, the year this Gibson SJ was built. Today Long & McQuade is a reta...
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A powerful, throaty, and fat sounding J-45, with beautiful mid-range presence and plenty of support on either end of the spectrum....
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Gibson’s ES-355TDSV was the company’s flagship of the ES-335 family of instruments and featured gold hardware, multi-ply bound...
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The compact ES-339 offers the sound and feel of an ES-335, but with smaller body dimensions and lighter weight. A fairly recent ad...
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The National model 1111 Aristocrat is a Gibson-built 17” archtop featuring a tone-bar-braced maple ply body and a bolted-on Valc...
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FON 214.  Easily one of the finest pre-war vintage acoustics we’ve ever offered for sale, this black and white Gibson L-0 was b...
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A very fine sounding J-45 with a dark warmth and plenty of 50’s Gibson thump. Balanced and expressive, quite open and resonant,...
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The Gibson-built Dobro Dobroleckric is a thinline semi-hollow resonator electric with a National-style biscuit bridge cone, P-90 p...
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Gibson’s F-25 was designed to appeal to the folk musicians of the early 1960s. Similar to Martin’s New Yorker models, the F-2...
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The perfect compliment to your 1933 Gibson L-00, this A-00 features the same target-sunburst top finish, firestripe pickguard and...
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