Vintage Instruments: Gibson Guitars

The last of the small-bridge J-45s rolled out of Kalamazoo in 1948 and ushered the end of the pre-war era at Gibson. With its sm...
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A great sounding ’62 Gibson J-45 that’s been nicely played-in and has opened-up really well. The guitar features a deep cherr...
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Gibson’s Johnny Smith was introduced in 1961 and held the honour of being the company’s most expensive artist model, and only...
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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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Serial # 283474, Pots dated early 1964. Although John Lennon acquired his first Gibson electric acoustic in 1962, it was his 1964...
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A strong and focused scalloped-braced LG-3, with excellent bass and treble response and a lovely presence through the mid range....
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Built more than a quarter century ago, this natural-finished J-200 has developed into a remarkably good sounding flat top. The J-...
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Essentially a modern version of the single pickup ES-175, the Herb Ellis model filled a serious hole in the Gibson lineup upon its...
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Known as the King of the Flattops, the J-200 boasts a 17” wide body with lavish appointments, ornate moustache bridge, and engra...
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Gibson’s ES-5 was introduced in 1949 as the electric counterpart to Gibson’s L-5 Premier. Prior it its release, the ES-350 wa...
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Gibson offered the fully-hollow thin body ES-175T for a short time in the late 1970’s. The guitar was spec’d nearly identical...
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With its regal looks, exceptional tone and gorgeous original hardshell case, this 1941 Gibson L-7 is a very enticing guitar. It...
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