Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

Gibson’s A-40 mandolin was a staple of the company’s post-war catalogue and was built from the late 1940’s into the 1970’s...
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Introduced in mid-'57, the EH-500 Skylark became Gibson's most popular steel, sharing the futuristic look and Korina body used by...
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They don’t come better than this, folks. Here’s an under-the-bed special 1960 Gibson ES-330T, with rare original Lifton hards...
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Gibson’s LG-1 is the ladder-braced sibling of the LG-2. Amazing to think that the LG-1 was a less expensive guitar than an LG-2...
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A beguiling tenor guitar from Gibson’s finest period, this TG-1 features a delicate and light build, gorgeous hand-rubbed sunbur...
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In his never-ending quest for feedback-free high-volume playing Chet Atkins had his say in the design of many instruments over th...
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A one-off custom ordered Gibson R8 with believably aged finish, hardware and Grover tuners. With its chunky deep rounded ‘58 ne...
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A one-owner local guitar, this J-50 hasn’t strayed farther than 50 miles from our store’s address since its first strum. Its...
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A simply appointed Gibson Tenor Ukulele from the early 1960’s, the TU-1 features a lightly built unbound mahogany body, thin sat...
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Here's a mint-condition 1997 Gibson Historic Reissue Les Paul Standard R8 for your consideration. It's a fairly early one, and...
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Gibson’s CF-100 was introduced in 1950 and has the distinction of being the world’s first cut-away flat-top acoustic guitar in...
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Gibson’s Custom Shop Limited Edition SJ-200 Rosewood is a beautifully made instrument featuring Indian rosewood back and sides,...
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